Kmart Rent-to-Own Turns $300 TV Into $415 Buy

Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Kmart is introducing a rent-to-own program charging the equivalent of 100-plus percent annual interest, a move into a business that has drawn criticism for hurting low-income consumers. Deirdre Bolton reports on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop. (Source: Bloomberg)

China's Big Plans for the Robot Industry
21:07 - Beijing is seeing robotics as a stepping stone to a broader strategic goal: dominating emerging markets for artificial intelligence, driverless vehicles and digitally-connected appliances and homes. Bloomberg's Brian Bremner reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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