Homelessness in New York City is at an all-time high thanks to the chronic housing shortage, wage stagnation (and for low-income workers, wage decline), and Governor Andrew Cuomo and former mayor Michael Bloomberg's elimination of the Advantage rental assistance program in 2011, among other factors. [ more › ]
Harvard University says it's partnering with business titan Michael Bloomberg to provide leadership training to mayors across the U.S.The former New York City mayor is donating $32 million to start... To view the full story, click the title link.
Former New York mayor aims to help other mayors tackle urban problems.
Today, August 25th at 10a.m. ET, Michael R. Bloomberg (@MichaelBloomberg) will host a twitter chat focusing on strategies to prevent noncommunicable diseases. The philanthropist and former three-term Mayor of the City of New York will function in his new role as Global Ambassador for Noncommunicable Diseases for the World Health Organization (WHO).
The World Health Organization (WHO) has today named Mr Michael R. Bloomberg, philanthropist and former three-term Mayor of the City of New York, as Global Ambassador for Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs).
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday appointed the philanthropist and former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg as a global health ambassador to help governments tackle chronic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, cancer and heart disease. Bloomberg, who has a track record in public...
When federal judge Shira Scheindlin ordered a number of stop-and-frisk reforms three years ago, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Chief Ray Kelly both predicted a drop in unconstitutional stops would result in a dramatic rise in criminal...Show More Summary
Shaun Donovan, President Obama’s budget director, “wants to run for mayor of New York City—and one of Michael Bloomberg’s top political hands is putting together a preliminary effort to draft him into the 2017 primary race against incumbent Bill de [...]
Meg Whitman and Seth Klarman join onetime GOP Mayor Michael Bloomberg in trashing Trump and offering their voice—and their cash—to the Democratic nominee.
That so many media elites threw their lot behind Michael Bloomberg—a man whose primary accomplishments as mayor were austerity and racist policing—shows just how little policy matters in so much of this conversation.
Truly self-made billionaire Michael Bloomberg deftly suggested that Donald Trump is mentally unstable when New York’s former mayor called on Americans to elect a “sane” person as President.
Democrats spent four days trashing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump at their convention, but it seems that Trump has taken special issue with one speaker in particular: billionaire entrepreneur and former New York City Mayor Mike...Show More Summary
Even Mayor de Blasio agrees that Mike Bloomberg was a better choice to get a prime time Democratic National Convention role.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unleashed a wave of Twitter attacks on Michael Bloomberg on Friday, responding to the sharply anti-Trump speech the former New York City mayor delivered this week at the Democratic National...Show More Summary
Donald Trump lashed out at former Mayor Michael Bloomberg Friday two days after the media titan's withering takedown.
The Republican nominee disparaged a certain “very little guy.” That seemed to be the latest in a series of barbs traded with the former New York City mayor.
Two former New York mayors, Michael R. Bloomberg and Rudolph W. Giuliani, spoke in featured spots at one of the political conventions. Their messages could not have been more different.
PHILADELPHIA — Last night, former New York mayor and billionaire executive Michael Bloomberg addressed the Democratic National Convention, in prime time, in a speech designed to present the political independent’s case for supporting Hillary Clinton for president. Read more...
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made a comment at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night that appears to have been...
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivered a speech on Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention. Here are Bloomberg's full remarks, as prepared for delivery: Let me thank all of you for welcoming an outsider here to deliver what will be an unconventional convention speech. Show More Summary