Nick Cave Horses Whirl in Grand Central Centennial

March 26 (Bloomberg) -- Colorful, life-sized horses created by American artist Nick Cave whirl to live music as Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal celebrates its centennial. Dancers from the Ailey School dress in the soundsuits and perform at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. every day in Vanderbilt Hall. The public project, which runs through March 31, was commissioned by MTA Arts for Transit and Creative Time. (Source: Bloomberg)

Unmanned Drones Take Flight in Israel
47:15 - Israel's Airobotics is the first company to receive certification to fly fully autonomous drones. They're now being used to survey perilous locations in the mining and oil industries, among others. In an interview with Globalive Chairman Anthony Lacavera, the company’s co-founder and CEO Ran Krauss speaks to the current market growth and outlook for drones. (Source: Bloomberg)
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