Flip your TV's over to Bloomberg at 8 AM, as our own illustrious Editor in Chief Matt Hardigree will be co-hosting for the entire hour. It should be a hoot. Read more...
This week, CNN is hiring a senior producer for Fareed Zakaria GPS, while NBC Universal needs a line producer for MSNBC Dayside. Bloomberg is seeking a head of strategic content partnerships, and ABC News is on the hunt for a freelance news acquisition center engineer. Show More Summary
Stephanie Ruhle is speaking out about a sexist comment made by a guest on her Bloomberg TV show yesterday. AQR Capital founder Cliff Asness, who was guest co-hosting Ruhle’s show, said to her, “You’re giving me the look that I get when...Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV anchor Stephanie Ruhle was forced to call a "time out" less than two minutes into her interview with prominent investment manager Cliff Asness Tuesday after he delivered what she took to be a "sexist line" about her comprehension of quantitative investment strategies.
Hedge fund manager Cliff Asness of AQR Capital Management told Bloomberg TV's Stephanie Ruhle that there's one strategy that investors should incorporate into their portfolio. Asness pulled up a chart that shows cumulative returns to...Show More Summary
BREAKING: GM says two engineers placed on paid leave on switch probe $GM — Bloomberg TV (@BloombergTV) April 10, 2014 Read more...
Amazon and Netflix are doing it in style, Yahoo’s clamouring to join in, and now Microsoft apparently has at least six original series in production too. Bloomberg reports that Xbox’s TV studio, which is headed by ex-CBS exec Nancy Tellem, is working hard. More »
Today's screengrab du jour comes by way of Bloomberg TV, reminding us that this time better be different, or else (even though as we pointed out the market's forward PE multiple is now identical to where it was at the last bubble peak). Show More Summary
It takes a special kind of person to cover deals. You have to be smart, persistent, easy to talk to and most importantly, tireless. Bloomberg's star M&A reporter Cristina Alesci is all of those things. And when she's not chasing scoops,...Show More Summary
Microsoft will be bringing a slate of original shows to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 this year, including comedies from Sarah Silverman and Seth Green and a sci-fi thriller called “Humans,” Bloomberg reports. The company announced its intent to begin producing its own original programming late last year, but details have been sparse. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s efforts to go up against rivals like Netflix and Amazon in the TV arena by commissioning original TV programming for its Xbox service will bear its first fruit in June this year, according to Bloomberg. Reported today, comedians Sarah...Show More Summary
Amazon and Netflix are doing it in style, Yahoo's clamouring to join in, and now Bloomberg reports that Microsoft has at least six original series in production, too. Read more...
Though Microsoft has yet to produce any original TV programming, it has Netflix-like ambitions, according to a report from Bloomberg. Xbox's TV studio, headed by ex-CBS exec Nancy Tellem, now has at least six series in production, including a Sarah...
Michael Lewis claimed on '60 Minutes' (and then the 'Daily Show', 'Charlie Rose', CNBC, Bloomberg TV...surely 'Rachael Ray' is next) that the stock market is rigged for superfast pro traders (aka HFTs) at the expense of everyone else, as he elucidates in his new book Flash Boys. Show More Summary
Jin Lee/Bloomberg/Getty ImagesAmazon executive Peter Larson with the Fire TV. The Fire TV from Amazon.com (AMZN) raises the bar for set-top devices in new and unusual ways. Wednesday's debut came with plenty of positive surprises --Show More Summary
Amazon Introduces Fire TV Device to Take on Apple, Google [Bloomberg] Hero Priest Caught Driving Drunk While Armed And Carrying Marijuana [Uproxx] Samuel L. Jackson Performs ‘Boy Meets World’ As Slam Poetry [The Urban Daily] Huarache...Show More Summary
It's win or go home for Aereo. "[Aereo] probably will not be able to continue," key Aereo investor Barry Diller told Bloomberg TV about the company's Supreme Court case. He added that there might be some salvageable material. There isn't a plan B. Read More
Round 2 of the HFT vs Reality death match just took place on Bloomberg TV. Once again the clear winner was Katsuyama and Lewis version of the real world as Manoj Narang finally lost all credibility with the mind-0bumbing comment that...Show More Summary
IAC chairman Barry Diller says he “can’t see any path forward” for Aereo in the event the Supreme Court rules against the service. “If we lose, we’re finished,” Diller told Bloomberg TV’s Erik Schatzker. “It’s very possible that there’s some salvage. Show More Summary
Call him “Ari Hov?” When news that Jay Z was entering the sports agent business, skeptics questioned if the savvy businessman would have what it takes to flourish in that industry. According to a video profile from Bloomberg TV, it