Japan reported lower-than-expected economic growth numbers, which means that China is now officially the world's second largest economy -- behind only the United States. So where does the Asian nation go from here? China bureau chief Rob Schmitz reports.
Hugo Lindgren, executive editor of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about the magazine's current issue, which discusses what's popular. And he reveals what the world's two most popular things are.
The FDA is expected to revoke its approval of the nation's best-selling cancer drug, Avastin. Health desk reporter Gregory Warner talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about why the FDA may take the drug off the market.
Russian farmers can no longer sell their wheat outside of Russia because of a brutal heatwave and devastating wildfires there. The export limits have raised fears that global food prices may skyrocket as a result.
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