Snake Farm Feels Bite as Drugmakers Cut Orders

Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Venomous snakes in the French town of Valence are feeling the bite of Europe's economic crisis. Latoxan, a company that farms snakes and scorpions to sell their venom to drugmakers such as Johnson & Johnson and Sanofi, expects sales to drop 30 percent this year as clients cut back on orders. Bloomberg Television's Tom Gibson reports.(Source: Bloomberg)

How Robots Can Help a Slowing Labor Force
42:39 - Japan and Germany may be sitting on a ticking demographic time bomb where aging populations begin to drag down economic growth. Good thing they're also prime candidates for robot revolutions. Bloomberg's Anirban Nag reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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