Joan Rivers: Return to `Tonight Show' Was Emotional

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Joan Rivers, a stand-up comedian, writer and outrageous television personality best known for hurling cutting barbs at fellow celebrities as well as herself, has died. She was 81. Here she and daughter Melissa Rivers speak on Bloomberg's "Taking Stock" about Joan's return to "The Tonight Show" after being banned for decades. They speak with Bill Cohan and Carol Massar. (Original airdate March 24) (Source: Bloomberg)

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