Illinois Parts Maker sees Profit in Assault Rifles

July 2 (Bloomberg) -- David Mennie, vice president at Mennie Machine Co., talks about the reasons behind the family business's decision to expand operations into producing assault rifles. The factory is about to begin shipping its first orders of AR-15's, the type of gun used in the Dec. 14 Newtown, Connecticut school massacre that killed 26 children and staff. (Source: Bloomberg)

China's Big Plans for the Robot Industry
03:18 - Beijing is seeing robotics as a stepping stone to a broader strategic goal: dominating emerging markets for artificial intelligence, driverless vehicles and digitally-connected appliances and homes. Bloomberg's Brian Bremner reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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