Whistle-Blower Says Obama Turned Hope to Hypocrisy

Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Drake, a whistle-blower and former analyst at the National Security Agency, talks about the personal and professional toll resulting from an allegation that he gave a reporter classified information about inefficiencies and cost over-runs in an NSA surveillance program. Drake, who was prosecuted in 2010 by Obama’s Justice Department under the Espionage Act and maintains he never shared classified information, spoke this week to Bloomberg's David Ellis. (Source: Bloomberg)

Why It’s So Hard for Activist Investors to Find Value
13:14 - SkyBridge Capital Senior Portfolio Manager Troy Gayeski and Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker discuss hedge fund manager Bill Ackman’s apology for his investment in Valeant and why timing and focus are so critical to activist investors. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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