North Dakota Fracking Boom Aids Community Bankers

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Petersen, chairman and chief executive officer of Lakeside State Bank in New Town, North Dakota, and Dale Patten, president of McKenzie County Bank in Watford, North Dakota, talk about the impact of the state's oil and gas boom on their businesses. Oil production grew at the fastest pace in U.S. history last year as horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, unlocked crude oil trapped in formations such as North Dakota’s Bakken shale. They speak with Bloomberg's Anastasia Ustinova. (Source: Bloomberg)

'Irving Penn: Centennial': Charlie Rose
25:33 - On "Charlie Rose," a look at Irving Penn, one of the most influential and celebrated photographers of the 20th century. A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art presents a major retrospective of Penn’s work. (Source: Bloomberg)
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