Most Wanted: Meet the King of Bulletproof Cars

Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) –- Armoring your vehicle is the latest craze among the uber-wealthy. Texas Armoring in San Antonio is the biggest private vehicle armoring company in the world, protecting celebs like T.I., Mel B and Steven Segal. They produce about 200 vehicles a year and project that number to double in the next five years due to a spike in demand in the U.S. CEO Trent Kimbell tells Bloomberg what it takes to keep this niche business on the top of the vehicle security market. (Source: Bloomberg)

Koho CEO Banks on Millennials
56:16 - A Vancouver-based company call Koho is looking to change the way you bank. Koho could help you to purchase items with a Visa card and an app to help you can pay bills and keep track of it all online. Koho's CEO Daniel Eberhard joins Bloomberg’s Pat Kiernan to talk more about the company. (Source: Bloomberg)
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