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Tilson Discusses $0 Price Target for Lumber Liquidators (Audio)

(Bloomberg) — Whitney Tilson, managing partner at Kase Capital, says he has a price target for Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. of $0 a share as a “60 Minutes” report accused the company of selling Chinese-made flooring with illegal levels of formaldehyde. Tilson speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s “Taking Stock” on Mar. 2. Source: Bloomberg

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Orr Says Detroit Recovery ‘Only Way Possible’ (Audio)

(Bloomberg) — Kevyn Orr, former Detroit emergency city manager, discusses the need for qualified workers in Detroit as a part of the city’s turnaround. Orr speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s “Taking Stock” on Feb. 23 from the M&A Advisor 2015 Distressed Investing Summit in Palm Beach, FL. Source: Bloomberg

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Clark Says Ethics Important to Millennials (Audio)

(Bloomberg) — Cynthia Clark, management professor at Bentley University, discusses millennials’ response to being taught ethics. Clark speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s “Taking Stock” on Feb 20. Bentley University is a strategic partner of Bloomberg Radio, Gloria Larson, president of Bentley University also particpates in the conversation. Source: Bloomberg

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Nicholas Carlson Says ‘Fight is on’ for Yahoo! (Audio)

Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) — Nicholas Carlson, author of “Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!”, discusses activist investor Starboard Value LP intensifying pressure on Yahoo! Inc. urging Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer to disclose her plans for assets such as a stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Carlson speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s ...

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UBS’s Matus, Bloomberg’s Matthews Discuss FOMC Minutes (Audio)

Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) — Drew Matus, chief economist at UBS Securities, and Steve Matthews, Bloomberg News economic reporter, the Federal Reserve saying their new policy guidance means they are unlikely to raise interest rates before late April, and a number expressed concern inflation could remain too low. Matus and Matthews speak with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Michael McKee on Bloomberg ...

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