Here are the headlines from Tuesday's Bloomberg Market Report.
President Obama announced a $100 million plan to map the human brain, in an effort to find new treatments for related disorders. Drugmakers such as Pfizer and Eli Lilly have spent billions trying to develop medications for brain diseases, yet little is known about some of the most severe, including Alzheimer's.
Time Warner is the latest entrant into the streaming video market. The company's Warner Brothers Studio's new service features several vintage films and TV shows. The service costs $9.99 a month, but the company is offering free two-week trials.
Some good newsw for Finding Nemo fans. Disney's Pixar announced Tuesday that it will release a sequel to the animated blockbuster. Finding Dory, featuring the voice of comedienne and talk show host Ellen Degeneres, is slated to reach theaters in November of 2015.
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