60 Minutes March 3 2013
60 Minutes on March 3 2013 delved into the troubling issue of military suicides and examined concerns over Chinese real estate property values for residential developments, some of which sit empty in unpopulated areas. Here were the night’s top stories.
60 Minutes: Clay Hunt, Military Suicides, Team Rubicon & Ride 2 Recovery
Why do so many service members struggle with their return to life in America, and why is it so difficult for them to get the resources and help they need? 60 Minutes explored the story of Clay Hunt, one of a growing number of veterans and military service members who turn to suicide.
60 Minutes: Soho China Office Buildings & Real Estate Mogul Zhang Xin
Zhang Xin may be living the American dream, but she is doing it in her home country of China, where she has built a Chinese real estate empire that has turned her into a self-made billionaire. Find out what she thinks about her country’s future, and why she has
60 Minutes: Chinese Real Estate Bubble & Residential Property Values
Chinese residential property has recently been seen as a wonderful investment opportunity for citizens with few other options. But 60 Minutes discovered that the country is building ghost cities at astronomical prices that could be artificially inflating its economy and putting it on the edge of an economic bubble ready to burst.
60 Minutes: Searching For Sugar Man Oscar
Bob Simon shared an update on singer-songwriter Rodriguez, the documentary subject who was previously profiled on 60 Minutes. A former Detroit day laborer, he was a huge hit in South Africa for decades.
The movie Searching For Sugar Man caught up with the 70-year-old singer-songwriter, who is now getting his due after decades of toil.
These days, he is playing world tours, and the Rodriguez documentary won an Oscar in 2013.