Bloomberg Philanthropies Announces First Cities Selected to Join What Works Cities Initiative
Bloomberg Philanthropies announced the first cities selected to participate in What Works Cities - a $42 million initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve the lives of residents. The mayors of Chattanooga, Tennessee; Jackson, Mississippi; Kansas City, Missouri; Louisville, Kentucky; Mesa, Arizona; New Orleans, Louisiana; Seattle, Washington; and Tulsa, Oklahoma have publicly committed to enhance their use…
Mayor Jim Kenney headed to Copenhagen to share stage with AOC, Mike Bloomberg and other top...
Mayor Jim Kenney headed to Copenhagen to share stage with AOC, Mike Bloomberg and other top climate leaders
Bloomberg’s best debate moment came five minutes before it started. Then things went downhill.
The former New York mayor gave little indication he could stand his ground against Trump.
What is Bloomberg?
64 lines, read by 35 employees, using 18 culturally distinct vocal styles, covering 5 languages — eloquently speaking to the truly global nature of Bloomberg.
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How long can Greece carry on? With revenues just about covering the pay and pensions bill, there’s not much left over to make even the small(ish) payments due to the IMF in June.
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Do you have a confidential news tip? Here are ways you can get in touch with our reporters.
What’s Next For Michael Bloomberg
As New York’s mayor looks beyond politics and business, how far can the billionaire push his philanthropy and urban ideas?
What is Michael Bloomberg thinking?
What is Michael Bloomberg thinking Aides to the former New York City mayor insist there's a path to the nomination — albeit a very unorthodox one Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been surprised at the weak campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden, and impressed by polls that show Democratic voters focused on defeating President Donald Trump. | Scott Eisen/Getty Images In God…
How to Get Published in Bloomberg Businessweek
Bloomberg Businessweek's creative director Rob Vargas on why fresh talent is key to the magazine's edgy (and very funny) aesthetic.
How the Bloomberg Terminal Made History
The Computer History Museum is making room for an innovative gadget that arrived in 1982 and has never stopped evolving.
You Must Never Vote for Bloomberg
His expansion of the notoriously racist stop-and-frisk program is a complete and nonnegotiable deal breaker.
Bloomberg 'LeakedOver 10,000 Private Messages'
Just days after it admitted journalists accessed client data, Bloomberg is found to have posted private data online
Bloomberg Government Top 200
DynCorp International is listed in Bloomberg Government's Top 200 list of Top Federal Industry Leaders. DI is ranked 13th overall, up three spots from last year
What Bloomberg Wants
He isn’t really running for president; he’s running for secretary of state.
What Is Michael Bloomberg Thinking?
Former New York City mayor and current billionaire Michael Bloomberg is reportedly planning to file for the presidential primary in...
How Bloomberg is tackling Apple TV
Bloomberg's new Apple TV app offers more contextually relevant info within live and on-demand videos, as well as personalized content collections.
Bloomberg's Path to 100% Renewable Energy
Jun 2, 2017 9:15 AM ET Tweet This Bloomberg has been pursuing renewable energy projects since 2009, with our first installation in New Jersey in 2012. Since then, we have completed four more projects, including an on-site roof- mount array at our New Jersey data center in early 2016, and continue to aggressively pursue opportunities where they make sense — economically, operationally and environmentally In 2013,…
How the Bloomberg School is 'Engaging Baltimore'
Outreach effort involves diverse array of collaborations by all departments of the school to support local communities
Bloomberg Gives $100 Million for Campus
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is donating $100 million to Cornell University to help build the new location of the school’s technology campus, a spokesman said.