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  • Extreme Photographer Travels the World Capturing Death-Defying Acts

    Extreme Photographer Travels the World Capturing Death-Defying Acts

    The Weekly Flickr
    Extreme Photographer Travels the World Capturing Death-Defying Acts

    In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile extreme photographer, Ian Webb. Ian has traveled to the far reaches of the world working for Red Bull China, capturing some of the most intense challenges known to man. Climbing through harsh terrains, adjusting to inclement weather and witnessing surreal events - testing the limits of the human mind, body and spirit - Ian's photography is jaw-dropping. …

  • BMW M5 F10 Burn Out Takeoffs!

    BMW M5 F10 Burn Out Takeoffs!

    Rumble
    BMW M5 F10 Burn Out Takeoffs!

    Featuring the all new 2014 BMW M5 F10 in action. With start up and acceleration demonstrations showcasing the vehicle's powerful V8 engine. …

  • Old guard techs earnings beats

    Old guard techs earnings beats

    Reuters Videos
    Old guard techs earnings beats

    Summary: Both Amazon and Microsoft earnings beat forecasts, Markets modest gains; GM profits plummet; Zimmer buying Biomet; Jobless claims rise. Bobbi Rebell reports. …

  • Nadella's Cloud Push Gains Ground

    Nadella's Cloud Push Gains Ground

    Bloomberg Videos
    Nadella's Cloud Push Gains Ground

    April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft’s push into cloud computing, which is accelerating under new CEO Satya Nadella, paid off in the fiscal third quarter. Net income in the period that ended March 31 was $5.66 billion, or 68 cents a share. Bloomberg Industries' Anurag Rana explains Nadella's cloud push on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg) …

  • New York City Gets a Cat Cafe

    New York City Gets a Cat Cafe

    wall-street-journal
    New York City Gets a Cat Cafe

    New York has a pop-up cat cafe through Sunday and animal lovers are lining up to go. The cats are available for adoption, and WSJ's Jason Gay spoke to them to find out what they think of the excitement. Photo: Emile Wamsteker for The Wall Street Journal …