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Feb 19, 2020 9:14 PM CST
Bloomberg Booed After Answer on Sexual Harassment
Warren urged him to release women from nondisclosure agreements
- Elizabeth Warren and other Democratic rivals have been pummeling Michael Bloomberg throughout the Democratic debate in Las Vegas—and she got the audience to boo the former New York City mayor on one issue. After Bloomberg—asked about the alleged culture of sexual harassment in his company—said he had...
Bloomberg: Elect Me,
I'll Unload My $60B Company
Feb 19, 2020 1:59 AM CST
Bloomberg: Elect Me, I'll Unload My $60B Company
'We will be 180 degrees away from where Donald Trump is on these issues'
- Michael Bloomberg, unlike the fellow billionaire he wants to replace, will sell his business if elected president, his campaign says. A campaign official tells NBC that if Bloomberg is elected, he will place Bloomberg LP in a blind trust "for the eventual sale." The official says Bloomberg would...
Here, Interns Can
Earn $96K a Year
May 2, 2017 11:17 AM CDT
Here, Interns Can Earn $96K a Year
Facebook's interns are a lucky bunch
- Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to keep a rewarding internship and a roof over your head . If you're prepared for a fight, you can find a great internship that also pays well—$8,000 per month in the case of Facebook. Here are the companies offering the...
Go Down for Hours
Apr 17, 2015 7:02 AM CDT
Bloomberg Trading Terminals Go Down for Hours
Causing British government to postpone debt issue
- Bloomberg's trading terminals, which are used by most of the world's biggest financial firms, went down for two and a half hours today due to apparent technical problems, a development that prompted the British government to postpone a planned $4.4 billion debt issue. Users say the outage...
FBI: Our Economic
Data Is at Risk
Aug 6, 2013 9:56 AM CDT
FBI: Our Economic Data Is at Risk
Flaw in system could allow hackers to access 'black box'
- The FBI has found "a number of operational vulnerabilities" in the system the government uses to protect sensitive economic information, the
Wall Street Journal
reports. As part of its long-running attempt to figure out what's behind the suspicious trading activity that often precedes major economic news, the bureau...
May 11, 2013 5:25 PM CDT
Bloomberg News Caught Snooping on Bankers
May have also tapped data from Bernanke and Geithner
- Bloomberg LP operates both a multi-platform media organization, Bloomberg News, and a computer system, Bloomberg Terminal, that bankers and traders use to monitor market data. The problem: Bloomberg News reporters can see how and when any customer has been using a terminal, and now it turns out they have been...
Dec 10, 2012 10:05 AM CST
Bloomberg Considers Buying
Speculation rampant that venerated paper will soon be available
- Michael Bloomberg is doing some serious soul searching about the possibility of buying the
, sources close to the mayor tell the
New York Times
. "It's the only paper I'd buy," he allegedly told one associate, and others say that lately he's taken to...
Jun 21, 2012 3:55 PM CDT
Ignore Obama's '13-Point Lead'
Nate Silver: Bloomberg poll doesn't mean much
- Stats wiz Nate Silver has some serious doubts about Bloomberg's new poll showing President Obama with a 13-point lead over Mitt Romney. Silver's own analysis has Obama with just a slim lead over Romney, and little has changed over the past two weeks, he writes in his
AP Scores Helen Thomas Seat, Fox Gains Front Row
Aug 2, 2010 7:10 AM CDT
AP Scores Helen Thomas Seat, Fox Gains Front Row
Musical chairs in the White House press briefing room
- The coveted Helen Thomas seat in the White House press briefing room went to the AP yesterday, upsetting all three news organizations who'd been lobbying for it—Fox, Bloomberg, and NPR. But Fox moved up to the front row, into the old AP seat, and NPR moved into Fox's vacated...
Jun 7, 2010 6:30 PM CDT
Who Gets Helen Thomas' Front-Row Seat?
Opening in White House press room ignites speculation
- Fox News and Bloomberg have already called dibs on the front-row seat in the White House briefing room held for decades by Helen Thomas, but will either one get it? The White House Correspondents Association will make the call, and Thomas, who retired in disgrace today , isn't talking. Pretty much...
BusinessWeek for $5M
Oct 13, 2009 9:23 PM CDT
Bloomberg Gets BusinessWeek for $5M
Financial-news giant founded by current NYC mayor promises it won't gut mag
- Financial-news giant Bloomberg is the winning bidder for
, acquiring the 80-year-old magazine for between $2 and $5 million from parent McGraw-Hill, plus any liabilities associated with the purchase—not exactly a princely sum. “We are not buying BusinessWeek to gut it. We are buying it to build it,...
Sorry, Kids: No $99
iPhone at Wal-Mart
Dec 8, 2008 4:33 PM CST
Sorry, Kids: No $99 iPhone at Wal-Mart
- Rumors that Wal-Mart would offer an iPhone for $99 after Christmas proved unfounded, but the genesis of a misunderstanding that swept through business news outlets is intriguing,
reports. Wal-Mart will indeed sell iPhones, and at a discount—a whopping $2 off list price. But a blogger’s report of...
at Bloomberg's News Operation
Nov 5, 2008 4:06 PM CST
Culture Shifts at Bloomberg's News Operation
Outsiders take some edge off, but outfit still bucks trend with growth
- Unlike many news organizations, Bloomberg LP is growing, though whether the company’s culture will survive is in doubt, Seth Mnookin writes in
. Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York and the company’s majority shareholder, no longer oversees day-to-day operations. And the chief architect of the financial services...
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