Growing Body Parts and Race Cars: 3D's $2B Pot

Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) –- 3D Systems' founder, Charles Hull, invented stereolithography, the earliest form of 3D printing, in the mid-eighties. The company is now the dominant player in the 3D printing market, which reached $2.2 billion last year and is growing fast. Here's a look at the most remarkable facts about 3D Systems and the game-changing technology it created. (Source: Bloomberg)

Macklowe's Manhattan Ambitions
21:37 - Harry Macklowe is one of Manhattan's most storied real estate developers. He's the man whose losses in the crisis forced him to sell the GM Building, only to rise again phoenix-like to build the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere, 432 Park Ave. Macklowe sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at Macklowe Properties headquarters to discuss his latest ambitious projects in Manhattan including 200 East 59th Street. (Source: Bloomberg)
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