The journalist cited by an Uber executive as being a target for a possible smear campaign has increased security for herself and her family. Pando Daily Editor-In-Chief Sarah Lacy told Bloomberg TV that she was taking steps to protect...Show More Summary
Wednesday on Bloomberg TV' “Bloomberg West,” PandoDaily Founder and Editor-In-Chief Sarah Lacy detailed recent stories about Uber executive Emil Michael's commnets at a dinner with prominent journalists that Uber had plan to hire top opposition researchers and go after journalists families who criticized his company. Show More Summary
Pimco paid its former CEO Bill Gross a bonus of about $290 million in 2013, a year in which his Total Return Fund trailed a majority of peers, according to documents provided to Bloomberg View by someone with knowledge of Pimco’s bonus policies. Bloomberg’s Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” His opinions...Read More
Americans for Prosperity's Tim Phillips' declaration to Bloomberg News dovetails nicely with Fox News' business model. What a coincidence! So earlier this year, AFP dropped its economic argument against Obamacare in favor of TV ads with a bit more human drama, spotlighting people who had to drive twice as far to get to a doctor, for instance. Show More Summary
Renowned author Malcolm Gladwell appeared on Bloomberg TV today and opined on the ESPN suspension of his e-mail correspondent Bill Simmons. To no surprise, Gladwell didn’t think too highly of ESPN’s decision to suspend The Sports Guy for three weeks. Show More Summary
Malcolm Gladwell tells Bloomberg TV that suspending Bill Simmons “was totally the wrong decision” by ESPN. “I thought that in the course of expressing their opinions, sports columnists are allowed to draw conclusions. Apparently not....Show More Summary
Malcolm Gladwell thought ESPN's suspension of Bill Simmons was out of line. Speaking to Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang, Gladwell was asked if suspending Simmons was the right decision. His response: "No, it was totally the wrong decision. Show More Summary
Citibank's chief innovation officer Deborah Hopkins recently sat down with Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang to discuss Citi's investment in mobile payment options like Square and Apple Pay. The Apple Pay portion of the interview begins at 1:54 seconds in...
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“Meet the Press” is celebrating its 67th birthday today. The longest-running program on TV debuted on Nov. 6, 1947 hosted by Martha Rountree. There have been 11 moderators in that time (12 if you count Tom Brokaw who filled in afterShow More Summary
Athleisure is the buzzword on everyone's lips lately, but J.Crew hasn't hopped on the bandwagon, with CEO Mickey Drexler telling Bloomberg TV that the company had considered doing an activewear line, but decided to bench the plan. Still, according to Jenna Lyons, who was at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund event... More »
Marc Faber, editor of "The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report", spoke with Bloomberg TV's Trish Regan today at length on a wide variety of topics. He commented on Bill Gross' remarks about deflation (noting "the concept of inflation and deflation...Show More Summary
There have been a number of changes to the Bloomberg Media line up since we last familiarized you with their team. So allow us to reintroduce you to the ladies of Bloomberg TV and Radio. The group is nothing to sneeze at. One of these...Show More Summary
Forget Halloween... Let's just call it Stephanie Ruhle Day! All Hallows Eve is the Bloomberg TV star anchor's favorite holiday and she owns it. "I love Halloween because—unlike most holidays—there is no gift, travel, family or meal pressure. Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV Apple’s CEO acknowledged in a Bloomberg Businessweek essay today that he’s gay. How’d that article end up in Businessweek? “The backstory is pretty simple,” Businessweek Editor Josh Tyrangiel says in an interview with Tom Keene. Show More Summary
The Russian ruble fell to new record lows against the euro and dollar on Wednesday. Bloomberg TV's Tom Keene uses Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" to describe what's going on. When Business Insider asked Keene for what he considered to be the most important chart in the world, he sent us a long-term chart of the crashing ruble. Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV Anchor/Managing Editor Stephanie Ruhle and her husband really know how to shake up Halloween with their phenomenal costumes every year. If you’re looking for some last-minute inspiration, check… READ ON
Bloomberg Politics has solidified its plans for the November 4th midterm election night coverage on Bloomberg TV with its “With All Due Respect” hosts at the helm. During its regularly-scheduled air time of 5 pm, “WADR” hosts Mark Halperin and John Heilemann will present a special edition of the program focused on that day’s elections. Show More Summary