Intel's Mobileye Deal Is a Pricey Roll of the Dice

Intel's expensive splurge at the car dealership makes sense, but it's also clear that hype for the next generation of automotive technology is getting out of hand. Intel said it will acquire Mobileye, an Israeli company whose technology helps self-driving cars "see" their surroundings, for $15.3 billion. Intel can afford the acquisition with its cash on hand, but it's still a pricey roll of the dice. Shira Ovide, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, has more on "What'd You Miss?" Her opinions are her own. (Source: Bloomberg)

Fastned's CEO Says EV Recharging Market Will Be Quite Big
15:37 - Michiel Langezaal, founder and chief executive officer at Fastned, discusses building fast charging stations for electric vehicles and the demand for the infrastructure. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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