Why Does This Cup of Coffee Cost $500?
July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Hardwick, chairman and co-founder of Bespoke Beverages, explains why a coffee bean eaten by an Indonesian feline makes his company's brew one of the priciest and most exclusive caffeine-fixes in the world. (Source: Bloomberg)
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47:46 - On "Charlie Rose," a look at the economy with guest host Anthony Mason of CBS News. Donald Trump's path to the White House was energized by a populist campaign message promising more and better-paying jobs to support middle-class families across the country. He vowed to take action through a series of initiatives including lowering tax rates, rolling back financial regulations and enacting a massive infrastructure spending plan. We are joined by Joe Nocera of Bloomberg View, Henry Blodget of Business Insider and Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post. (Source: Bloomberg)