Aug.16 -- If you want to buy Bitcoin without actually buying Bitcoin, you now have another way to own the controversial digital currency. It’s an exchange-traded note investors can buy more easily even though it’s technically listed and regulated in Sweden. Bloomberg's Rachel Evans reports on "What'd You Miss?"
"So when I saw him, the photograph of him, I saw my entire future with him flash before [me.] Like I saw it. And I don't believe in any of that and now I do because of that moment," she explained.
Aug.16 -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. made millions of dollars helping Elon Musk bring Tesla Inc. to the public market. Now, it could stand to make even more advising the electric-car maker’s CEO on how to reverse that decision. Bloomberg's Sridhar Natarajan has more on "What'd You Miss?"
Rookie left-hander Adam Kolarek pitched out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the ninth inning to lift the Tampa Bay Rays over New York 3-1 to win their first series at Yankee Stadium since 2014
Aug.16 -- Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers chief options strategist, discusses market volatility and his options strategy with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets."
Aug.16 -- U.S. birth rates are at a 30-year low, but that’s not stopping big-box and online retailers from wanting a bigger slice of the maternity-wear pie. Bloomberg's Janine Wolf has more on "What'd You Miss?"
Dramatic dashcam video captured by California sheriff's deputies shows an officer firing a round of nonlethal beanbags into a car's rear window to free a bear that had become trapped in the car. (Aug. 16)
Remember Furby? Remember the Furby? Tickle Me Elmo? How about Beanie Babies? We collected the hottest gifts that drove parents crazy throughout the decades. Plus, we've got a prediction for the most popular toy of 2018. If you were one of the lucky recipients of any of these top 43 Christmas and holiday gifts through the years, remember to call home and say thanks.
Aug.16 -- A former Barclays trader fired over the misuse of an electronic trading program won a long-shot campaign to get a job back at the bank. Bloomberg's Sridhar Natarajan has more on "Bloomberg Markets."