The former Republican New York mayor, who considered an independent run for president, will endorse the Democratic nominee at the party's convention this week. Bloomberg's backing will play like an endorsement from the financial-industry plutocracy. Clinton could do without that.
Michael Bloomberg, who was elected mayor of New York City as a Republican, will speak at the Democratic National Convention to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. Spokesman Marc LaVorgna says... To view the full story, click the title link.
My Fellow Americans: Permit me to introduce myself. My name is Michael Bloomberg. I have been a Democrat, a Republican and an Independent. I have been Mayor of New York City for three terms. Before I was Mayor, I was a businessman. I started a financial information service that grew into a full-blown news service. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton has received her share of endorsements since announcing her run for the U.S. presidency. But the announcement that former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is not only backing her, but will address the Democratic convention this week, is raising a few eyebrows. Show More Summary
Michael Bloomberg, the former Mayor of New York, will endorse Hillary Clinton for President in a prime-time address at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) starting tomorrow (Monday) in Philadelphia. Mr. Bloomberg had considered running for President himself as a third-party candidate earlier in this election cycle, ultimately choosing to stay out. He has not been [...]Show More Summary
The former New York City mayor is likely to speak Wednesday.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is set to endorse presidential candidate from Democratic Party Hillary Clinton at the Democratic convention, despite not being a member of the party since 2000, local media reported Sunday, citing an adviser to Bloomberg.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will endorse Hillary Clinton during a primetime speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night. While Bloomberg has made it known he is against Donald Trump’s candidacy, so much...Show More Summary
Michael Bloomberg plans to endorse Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week, The New York Times reports. An adviser to Mr. Bloomberg said the former mayor of New York will support Clinton “fromShow More Summary
Hey, remember when former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was considering a third-party run? Well, instead of all that, the New York Republican has decided to back Hillary Clinton instead.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who considered an independent presidential run of his own this year, will endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton and speak at her convention this week.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will endorse presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a speech at the Democratic National Convention next week, The New York Times reports. According to the Times, the endorsement “reflects Mr. Show More Summary
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to endorse Hillary Clinton in a prime time address at the Democratic convention, the New York Times reported on Sunday. Citing Bloomberg’s adviser Howard Wolfson, the newspaper said that he plans to make the case for Clinton from the...
Bloomberg will endorse Clinton’s presidential bid during a primetime address at the DNC this week, according to a report.
The former mayor of New York City, who chose not to run for president this year, will back Mrs. Clinton in a speech at the Democratic convention.
In a somewhat shocking move, new UK PM Theresa May has appointed former London Mayor and always outspoken "Leave" campaign leader Boris Johnson as her Foreign Secretary. Given his history of foot-in-mouth disease, as Bloomberg reports,...Show More Summary
This is perhaps not surprising, but still disappointing. Former NYC mayor and current billionaire media/tech company boss Michael Bloomberg has come down on the wrong side of the "going dark" encryption fight. In a Wall Street Journal...Show More Summary
A decade ago, London was poised to replace New York as the world’s financial capital. Mayor Michael Bloomberg even endorsed a 2007 report that said New York needed to emulate how London did... To view the full story, click the title link.
A decade ago, it looked as if London would replace New York as the world’s financial capital. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Sen. Charles Schumer even endorsed a 2007 report that said New York... To view the full story, click the title link.
A former Bloomberg aide is challenging Mayor de Blasio to answer questions about campaign donors probe.