Bloomberg Helps Bring Broadway Strike to an End A dispute between Broadway's musicians and the League of American Theatres and Producers ends in compromise. With New York City's economy losing an estimated $7 million a day since musicians struck on Friday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls representatives together to settle differences. Jeff Lunden reports.

Bloomberg Helps Bring Broadway Strike to an End

Bloomberg Helps Bring Broadway Strike to an End

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A dispute between Broadway's musicians and the League of American Theatres and Producers ends in compromise. With New York City's economy losing an estimated $7 million a day since musicians struck on Friday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls representatives together to settle differences. Jeff Lunden reports.