How Did 4th Richest Woman Stay Under the Radar?

Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- For the past six years, Elaine Tettemer Marshall, the fourth-richest woman in the U.S., has avoided the spotlight that ordinarily accompanies great wealth.The 70-year-old Dallas resident controls almost 15 percent of Koch Industries. Matthew G. Miller reports on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Historian MacMillan Lends Perspective to Global Politics
02:17 - Margaret MacMillan is one of the world’s best known historians. The highly-decorated Canadian is known for her best-selling historical works like "Paris 1919" and "History’s People." She sat down with Bloomberg’s Amanda Lang to give some perspective on the current tensions in the world and why she’s drawn some comparisons to the situation in Europe in 1914, just before the Great War. (Source: Bloomberg)
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