Indiana Farmers on Impact of Drought on Business

July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Tom Flora, a farmer from Delphi, Indiana, Mike Zuzolo, president of Global Commodity Analytics in Lafayette, Indiana, and Wes Stockdale, a farmer from Veedersburg, Indiana, talk with Bloomberg's Tony C. Dreibus about the impact of the U.S. drought on Midwestern corn crops and agriculture-related business. The condition of the U.S. corn crop worsened for a sixth straight week, the longest such streak since 2003, as the worst Midwest drought in a generation spread, the Department of Agriculture said yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

MIT's Brynjolfsson Says Taxing Robots Not Best Approach
50:46 - Erik Brynjolfsson, a professor of economics at MIT, discusses Bill Gates' proposal to tax robots, job automation and the future of the labor market with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
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