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WATCH: Greek Upstart Steals Bloomberg Reporter’s Mic During Live Broadcast

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

Things have gotten so chaotic in Greece following the embattled country's rejection of a loan/austerity exchange that you can't even film a civilized live TV report. And they invented civilization! (At least the parts in iambic pentameter.)

Greek bystander steals Bloomberg anchor's mic on live TV

Bloomberg TV's Joe Weisenthal was accosted by an individual and had his microphone snatched out of his hand while doing a live stand-up in Athens.  Weisenthal handled the situation well, remaining calm while someone on his tech team attempted to retrieve the stolen microphone. He also showed a good sense of humor. Show More Summary

Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis: 'I'll Resign if Greece Votes Yes'

Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has vowed to resign if Greece votes 'Yes' to the bailout plan proposed by its international creditors in Sunday's snap referendum. Speaking to Bloomberg TV in Athens, Varoufakis said he would...Show More Summary

The Greek finance minister says he’d rather ‘cut his arm off’ than sign a deal that doesn’t include debt relief

Greek Fin Min @yanisvaroufakis won't sign deal without debt restructuring. #GreeceCrisis — Bloomberg TV (@BloombergTV) July 2, 2015 Latest betting odds on the Greek referendum. More Summary

Yanis Varoufakis hasn't used an ATM since the €60-a-day limit came in

Greece's far-left ruling Syriza are the party of the people — but are they standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Greek citizens during these tough financial times? Not quite. Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis told Bloomberg TVShow More Summary

Yanis Varoufakis: 'I prefer to cut my arm off' than agree to the current deal

Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis gave a pretty punchy interview on Bloomberg TV on Thursday, during which delivered one of the most colourful quotes of the Greek debt crisis so far. Asked if he'd sign bailout proposals that...Show More Summary

VAROUFAKIS: If Greece votes 'Yes' I'll quit

Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's embattled finance minister, just told Bloomberg TV that he'll no longer be in his job if the Greek people vote "Yes" in Sunday's bailout referendum. The government is pushing for a "No" vote, rejecting theShow More Summary

Career Journalist Peter Cook to Become Pentagon Spokesperson in July

Former chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg TV, Peter Cook, will take over the role as the US Department of Defense spokesperson in July 2015, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced in a statement on Friday.

Peter Cook Bound from Bloomberg TV to the Pentagon

Politico’s Mike Allen reports Peter Cook, a Washington correspondent for Bloomberg TV, has been named press secretary for Defense Secretary Ash Carter. Citing a Pentagon source, Allen says “Carter chose Cook because he was ‘looking for...Show More Summary

Putin to Russian business leaders: It could be worse

Russian President Vladimir Putin is giving a keynote speech and speaking with Charlie Rose on Bloomberg TV at the  three-day Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday. "We have managed to stabilize the situation," Putin said, according to a translator. Show More Summary

Uber investor Chris Sacca won't invest in your company if you don't do your dishes

Chris Sacca has invested in companies like Twitter and Uber through his venture capital firm Lowercase Capital.  But there's one thing, Sacca says, that would keep him from investing in a company. In an interview with Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang, Sacca talked about how he brings founders to  his home near Lake Tahoe. Show More Summary

Bill Clinton Will Give Free Speeches, but Only If Hillary Wins

Bill Clinton’s public speaking fees are going way down if Hillary Clinton becomes president.   The former president told Bloomberg TV he would forgo any payment for speeches if the former secretary of state, his wife, is elected president...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton win could mean an end to paid speeches by Bill

Former President Bill Clinton might quit his lucrative career as a paid speaker -- if his wife is elected president. In an interview conducted with Bloomberg TV Wednesday on stage at a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in Denver, Clinton said he would likely step off the lecture circuit that has earned him more […]

Quote Of The Day: Bill Clinton Edition

During an interview with Bloomberg TV, Bill Clinton uttered the following: CLINTON SAYS FOUNDATION HAS "STRICT NO-CORRUPTION POLICY" Which made us wonder, does the Clinton Foundation also have a "no murder policy", or a "no punchingShow More Summary

Republican Ex-Members of Congress Still Only Willing to Complain About "Congress"

[Over at Equitable Growth]: I found myself debating Tom Davis--a very smart and well-trained professional--on Bloomberg TV last Friday, on the occasion of the monthly employment report. I did better than I had expected, probably because...Show More Summary

Former ABC News chief David Westin joins Bloomberg TV

4 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Former network news executive David Westin is back in the TV business, but this time he'll be in front of the camera.

David Westin Joins Bloomberg TV as On-Air Personality

Bloomberg has hired former ABC News president David Westin as an on-air personality. Westin will join the network later this month. “I’ve worked alongside some of the best TV journalists in the business,” said Westin. “Now I’m looking...Show More Summary

Apple upgrading its cloud services to churn out streaming content

Apple is suping up its internal network and data centers ahead of its new streaming music service and upgraded Apple TV, according to a new report. Bloomberg Business cites “people familiar with the plans,” who say that Apple is making … Read more ›

News: Report: Apple beefing up high-speed network for streaming music, TV services

4 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple is building its own high-speed network and upgrading how it builds data centers to compete with Amazon, Microsoft and Google in cloud services, Bloomberg reports. Apple relies on traditional network providers to support services...Show More Summary

Employment Report Talking Points for Bloomberg TV

[U.S. Employers Add 280,000 Workers in May]( "Is Jobs Data Truly Good News About U.S. Economy? >39:21 - UC Berkeley Professor of Economics Brad Delong and former republican Congressman Tom Davis examine the state of the U.S. Show More Summary

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