Late in September, Bloomberg News climate reporter Christopher Flavelle inadvertently received a series of emails meant for Pentagon employees — emails that detailed the federal plan to spin President Donald Trump’s bungling of the response to Hurricane Maria and to dismiss criticisms...
By pushing for coal subsidies, the Trump administration wants to force taxpayers to prop up a heavily polluting industry when cleaner and cheaper energy sources are widely available, Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, said Wednesday. “Why should taxpayers be forced to subsidize an industry that may kill them when cleaner […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg's charity gave another $64 million to a campaign that aims to slash the number of U.S. coal-fired plants by two thirds by 2020, he said on Wednesday.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's foundation is donating $64 million to a Sierra Club program seeking to phase out coal-fired power plants and reduce planet-warming carbon emissions. The billionaire … Click to Continue »
Stocks keep climbing and climbing, but Michael Bloomberg isn't sure why. "I cannot for the life of me understand why the market keeps going up," the former New York City mayor said in an interview with CBS News' Anthony Mason. "Our economy...Show More Summary
New York won't be left behind if it has anything to say about it. Alicia Glen, the city’s deputy mayor in charge of economic devlopment, told Bloomberg that the New York diversity of the city's econmoy and industries, and the desireShow More Summary
Chris McNickle’s biography of Mike Bloomberg shows how New York’s mayor for 12 years used data and analysis to successfully transform the city.
Out next week: Bloomberg: A Billionaire’s Ambition by Chris McNickle. “The story of how one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs was elected mayor of New York City and what he did with the power he won.”
In April 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled a sweeping plan to make New York a greener city. Its centerpiece was an $8 fee for cars to enter most of Manhattan. He worked tirelessly to push the... To view the full story, click the title link.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pouring more money into a campaign to shore up support for a Chicago-area tax on sweetened beverages. Bloomberg is adding $3 million to … Click to Continue »
Earlier this week, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio reminded New Yorkers that in his view the authority of the state knows very few limits. Bloomberg: New York boosted the minimum price of a pack of cigarettes by 24 percent to $13...Show More Summary
Back in January 2013 I put up a post over on Ricochet on moves to cut access to prescription painkillers by then Mayor Bloomberg and the rather better qualified FDA. As the New York Times reported, the FDA explained (my emphasis added): Trying...Show More Summary
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is throwing his support behind a Chicago-area sweetened beverage tax by financing an ad campaign backing the levy. Bloomberg's charity announced Thursday that $2 … Click to Continue »
Oh look. Other news. The New York Times reports: A decade ago, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York offered a plan to ease traffic in Manhattan and raise hundreds of millions of dollars to improve the city’s aging infrastructure. Drivers...Show More Summary
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg took a shot at President Donald Trump's claims about his wealth during an interview with Germany's Der Spiegel. Bloomberg touched on several topics during the interview, including his efforts to...Show More Summary
Business Loves Government Hand-Holding Everyone from high-tech manufacturers to sports-team owners wring subsidies out of local politicians. Bloomberg, July 31, 2017 America’s titans of industry and finance work hard to convinceShow More Summary
The former New York mayor did not vote for the president, but he will support him -- until re-election.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg talks politics, Trump and a new mayors initiative he's launched.
In my email today from the NRA is an article those of you who scoff at the idea that liberals want to confiscate our guns may find enlightening: Back when Mark Glaze was executive director of Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and later Everytown for Gun Safety, he went to great lengths to portray […]
Murray is the latest in a long list of Bloomberg mayors accused over the years of crimes that have resulted in numerous convictions. This post State Investigator Concluded Bloomberg Mayor Ed Murray Sexually Abused Foster Son appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.