Police Fire Tear Gas as Ferguson Unrest Continues

Aug. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Tear gas, gunfire and arrests marked the eighth day of unrest in the St. Louis suburb that has become a powder keg since an unarmed black teenager was shot and killed by police Aug. 9. Responding to reports of a shooting, dozens of police in armored trucks and riot gear advanced on a crowd of protesters in the town of Ferguson. The clash took place after a midnight curfew imposed by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon. (Source: Bloomberg)

Maserati CEO Says SUVs Could Outpace Passenger Cars
45:50 - Automakers are rolling out their flashiest new cars at the New York Auto Show this week. Maserati unveiled the Ghibli Nerissimo. Only 450 units will be produced. Bloomberg TV Canada’s Pat Kiernan asked CEO Reid Bigland how they're tackling the Canadian luxury market, while managing the ups and downs of household incomes. (Source: Bloomberg)
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