Taiwan Still Aims for Over 2% Growth in 2013

July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou talks about the outlook for the nation's economy. Ma ruled out driving down the Taiwan dollar to boost exports following the currency’s rally against the yen and said the government still aims for growth of at least 2 percent this year. He spoke with Bloomberg's Debra Mao, Adele Lin, Adrian Kennedy and Rosalind Mathieson in Taipei. (Excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

How Warby Parker's Success Beat Their Own Expectations
12:47 - Warby Parker has thrived as a retailer of low-cost eyeglasses since its launch in 2010. Co-Founder and Co-CEO Neil Blumenthal describes the company's journey from its online roots to its expansion into brick-and-mortar stores in this edition of Small to Big. (Source: Bloomberg)
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