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The Surprising Way Wrigley's Gum Was Born

Here's how the Wrigley's brand we all know and love was first born.

UBS' Ermotti on Earnings, Costs, Trade Concerns…

Apr.23 -- UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses the company's first-quarter earnings, cost-cutting, trade concerns and the fall in value of the franc. He speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller in Zurich.

GM, Korean union reach tentative agreement on wages, workers

GM, SKorean union reach tentative agreement on cost cutting, new car models for GM Korea factories

Manulife's Lewis Says Inflation Will Behave

Apr.23 -- Geoff Lewis Manulife Asset Management Senior Asia Strategist, discusses the markets and risk of inflation. He speaks with Yousef Gamal and Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."

This Blueberry Butter Will Upgrade All Of Your…

You'll want this in your fridge all year long.

Kate Middleton Is in Labor With Royal Baby No. 3!

The new prince or princess will be delivered at St. Mary's Hospital in London.

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Kate Middleton Is Reportedly in Labor with the…

Any minute now.

Lance Bass and husband officially on the road to fatherhood

"We’re looking at eggs, we now have the person representing us, and contracts are being made," Bass said.

Monster Week Ahead for Tech Earnings

Apr.23 -- Bloomberg's Christine Harvey reports on the latest markets and business news. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."

Monument Memorializes 4,400 Lynching Victims

The lynchings that killed thousands of people and terrorized generations of blacks in the U.S. are solemnly commemorated in a new memorial in Alabama's capital city. **Warning: Graphic Images** (April 23)

The Latest: Abdeslam, accomplice guilty of…

A Brussels court has found Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police officers as they sought to flee arrest in March 2016, and sentenced them to 20 years in prison

Rasmala CEO Says Key Markets Are U.K., Europe…

Apr.23 -- Rasmala CEO Zak Hydari discusses the markets and his investment thoughts. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."

The 8 Biggest Questions After 'Westworld' Season…

We have more questions now than we did before, TBH.

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Tick bite sends Annette Bening to ER during ‘Seagull’ filming

Bening was tested for Lyme disease adding, "I overreacted a little bit... it was no big deal."

Ermotti Says UBS Investment Banking Unit Is About…

Apr.23 -- UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses the first-quarter performance of the lender's investment banking unit. He speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller in Zurich.

Maine Community Remembers Barbara Bush

About 200 people gathered on a Maine beach - some with dogs in tow - on Sunday to remember Barbara Bush. The former First Lady, who spent many summers in Maine, died on Tuesday in Houston at the age of 92. (April 23)

Eurozone interest rates could stay frozen well…

Weaker signals from the economy and worries about a trade war between the United State and China mean the European Central Bank is in no hurry at all to start withdrawing its monetary stimulus efforts

Thousands of Girls Across US Become Cub Scouts

Thousands of girls have become Cub Scouts in an early adopter program as the Boy Scouts of America begins welcoming girls into the organization in new ways. (April 23)

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NBC wanted Britney Spears on ‘Freaks and Geeks’

The cult classic TV show, which followed a group of misfits at a Michigan high school in the 1980s, ran for one season between 1999-2000.

Mobily Reports $755 Million 1Q Revenue

Apr.23 -- Mobily CEO Ahmed Abdelsalam Abou Doma discusses the company's earnings and performance, and talks about growth in Saudi Arabia. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."

Gun Reform a Hard Sell in Rural Kentucky

Even after a deadly school shooting in Kentucky earlier this year, many in rural parts of the state aren't joining the national outcry over guns. (April 23)