Today's Highlights | January 14, 2014 A Russian FrontAIDS with a Red Ribbon, a sign of support for people living with HIV on his cap protests in downtown Moscow, 28 November 2006. (DENIS SINYAKOV/AFP/Getty)
Highlights From Today's Show
Begins at 13:15: Chunka Mui, managing director of the Devil's Advocate Group, a consulting firm that helps organizations stress test their innovation strategies, makes the case for why Fortune 500 companies will end up becoming leaders in innovation—not tech start-ups like we are seeing today.
Begins at 20:51: In Detroit, a group of local and national philanthropists have put together a $330 million deal to save the Detroit Institute of Art collection. Dr. Paul Schaap, a Detroit philanthropist who pledged $5 million, joins The Takeaway to discuss how this art was saved from the bankruptcy court's blunt hammer.
Begins at 25:19: As Vladimir Putin puts the final touches on the $48 billion Winter Olympics in Sochi, 1.3 million of his countrymen have the life-threatening virus that causes AIDS. Simeon Bennett covers healthcare at Bloomberg News and reported on Russia's HIV epidemic for the February issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine.
Larry Fisher from Brooklyn, N.Y.
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