It’s a rollercoaster! Every day there’s a new story and a new twist.— Ruth David, Bloomberg
If they say it’s not enough, then, that’s it! The deal falls apart.— Ruth David, Bloomberg
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Bloomberg News journalist Ruth David.
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