Mark Sebastian, Chief Operating Officer at Optionpit.com has said in a segment on Bloomberg TV that the S&P 500 will have only “one-off sell-off” moments of half and one percentage points and will then rebound. He added that S&P 500 going down today by only 0.19% was surprising, given the geopolitical turmoil and the rally […]
Jonathan Butler, co-founder of Smorgasburg and the Flea, stopped by Bloomberg TV yesterday to discuss his newest projectBerg'n, and business. "We have become the biggest small business incubator in the city" says Butler, going on to describe how his business...
Joe Green, the FWD.us president who was also Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's college roommate, was asked in a recent Bloomberg TV interview how he felt about big-tech companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and Hewlett-Packard that are slashing American high-tech jobs while pushing for massive increases in guest-worker permits. Show More Summary
By Matt Stewart: Dear Ms. Hyman, I happened to attend Pershing Square's presentation at the AXA Financial Center in Manhattan the other week. You were there too, representing Bloomberg. During the Q&A, you asked the following question to Mr. Show More Summary
Shortly after today’s announcement that David Plouffe, the former campaign manager of President Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential bid, would join Uber next month as SVP of policy and strategy, Plouffe and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick were...Show More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Al Gore Sues Al Jazeera Over $500 Million Current TV Deal (Bloomberg) Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore has sued Al Jazeera, claiming the satellite news provider owned by the Qatari royal family owes him and a partner $65 million from a deal to buy his network, Current TV. Show More Summary
John Burbank, whose Passport Capital has grown from $800K to $3.9 billion in 14 years (not your typical basement-dwelling, tinfoil blogger) was interviewed by Bloomberg TV on Friday, discussing his outlook on the US economy (bullishShow More Summary
Bloomberg reports former Vice President Al Gore is suing Al Jazeera over the $500 million deal to purchase his former network Current TV in 2013. “Al Jazeera America wants to give itself a discount on the purchase price that was agreed to nearly two years ago,” David Boies, a lawyer for Gore, said in a statement today. Show More Summary
Josh Tyrangiel has been promoted to oversee all consumer content at Bloomberg Media. Tyrangiel will serve as “the editorial lead for everything we do from magazines to TV to radio, digital and live events and continue to oversee Bloomberg...Show More Summary
This week, The Weather Channel is hiring an executive producer, and Bloomberg needs a TV writer. Meanwhile, NBC Universal is seeking a supervising producer for Weekend Today, as well as a copywriter for NBC Sports. Get the scoop on these...Show More Summary
In a recent article, Bloomberg News pointed out President Barack Obama's hypocrisy on calling out major corporations for being "economically unpatriotic" for using offshore mergers to change their home base and reduce tax rates to those of foreign countries hungry for investment that have lower rates. Show More Summary
TechStars alum and former Bloomberg reality TV star Onswipe today addressed acquisition rumors, confirming its sale to publisher-centric ad tech company Beanstock Media in a stock and cash deal. Onswipe, which optimizes Web publishers’ sites for mobile devices, rose to New York tech fame back in 2011 after quickly inking publisher deals and starring in Bloomberg’s […]
And it was going so well until Joe Biden called. Moments ago the PM who refuses to hand in his resignation spoke to the nation in a TV address. In short: he isn't going anywhere. From Bloomberg: MALIKI SAYS AL-ABADI NOMINATION IS LEGALLLY WORTHLESS MALIKI SAYS IRAQ FACES A SERIOUS CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION MALIKI SAYS U.S. Show More Summary
The new head, Claudia Milne, is a veteran BBC news producer.
Claudia Milne is joining Bloomberg as the Head of U.S. Live TV, senior executive editor Josh Tyrangiel announced today. Milne joins Bloomberg from BBC News, where she has worked for two decades. Milne, whose father was a London producer for “60 Minutes,” began her career at the BBC’s documentary unit. Show More Summary
This week's show: Palestinian guests are asked to condemn Hamas. Do Israeli guests face similar treatment? Plus CBS goes to Michael Bloomberg for Africa analysis and the New York Times publishes a correction that makes a bigger mistake the article it was correcting. Watch:
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is locked in a tight Senate race with Alison Grimes, whom he has tried to link to the so-called 'war on coal'. But it's McConnell’s wife, Elaine Chao, featured in a major McConnell TV spot, who is on the board of not one but two foundations fighting dirty coal. Show More Summary
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Bloomberg Media has made cuts in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and New York City today. The media arm of the privately-held financial services company is shutting down its Los Angeles TV operations, cutting three jobs there. In New York, up to five jobs will be eliminated as the network returns European TV operations jobs to London. Show More Summary
The layoffs, affecting about 25 people, come as the media company adds new websites and TV shows.