A $100M Oil Man Brings Fortune to Tiny Vermont Town

March 12 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew J. Hall, the former Citigroup oil trader whose pay package of about $100 million ensnared him in the fight over compensation at bailed-out banks in 2009, is selling handmade lavender soap and grass-fed Angus beef from a farm in Reading, Vermont. Max Abelson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

Tax Cut Frees Billions in Funds for Aramco
06:17 - Saudi Arabia slashed the tax rate paid by state oil producer Saudi Aramco, a key milestone in preparing the company for what may be the world's biggest initial public offering. Bloomberg's Wael Mahdi reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
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