Washington's New Bodyguard: A Missile-Proof Blimp
March 1 (Bloomberg) -- Once part of a large fleet of protectors, the U.S. Army plans to tether two Raytheon-built JLENS surveillance blimps just outside Washington, D.C. beginning in 2014. It is part of a test of a $6 billion program that once included 32 aircraft but has been reduced to just four due to budget concerns.
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Italy Finance Minister Says Banking Problems 'Solved'
29:16 - Italy's Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan says the country has "solved" its banking problems in conjunction with the European Commission. Padoan, leading a delegation to London this week to bring investors to the table, speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua. (Source: Bloomberg)