Ireland: How Businesses Fight the Chopping Block

Ireland's small companies will be watching the budget for any measures that could halt growth. Many haven't been able to survive what's become the country's worst debt crisis. Some companies however have found ways to get by, even if it means less revenue as Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic reports.

Cultivating Top Crops With a Drone’s Watchful Eye
18:01 - Agriculture is one of humanity's oldest and biggest businesses. The World Bank estimates the industry is worth more than $2.4 trillion. But as land grows scarcer and climate patterns more unruly, new technologies will be needed to squeeze the most out of our production. In an interview with Bloomberg North’s Anthony Lacavera, Max Bruner, CEO and co-founder of San Francisco-based company Mavrx, explains how they’re giving farmers what even the most powerful satellites can't: a clear eye on their crops, no matter the conditions. (Source: Bloomberg)
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