Bloomberg reports: New York Mayor Bill de Blasio presents himself as a champion of the technology industry. The industry says he’s trying to smother progress one app at a time. The mayor’s plan to require Uber Technologies Inc., Lyft Inc. Show More Summary
Mother, after mayor Bloomberg goes by: Was that Rudy?Daughter: Giuliani? You really don't know what Rudy Giuliani looks like?Mother: No.Daughter: This is almost as bad as the time you said you don't know what Darfur is.Mother: I still don't.–Columbus Day Parade
Even in California Mayor de Blasio can’t help but take a swipe at his predecessor Michael Bloomberg.
The billionaire former New York mayor is funding urban innovation, in the hopes of finding new solutions to the problems that plague cities around the world. In the 20 years since Joan Dunlap left her hometown of Mobile, Alabama, she...Show More Summary
Just three short years ago Mayor Bloomberg cut the ribbon on the new and improved McCarren Park Pool, after it was transformed by a two-year, $50 million renovation. Yet a little more than a year after Bloomberg pronounced "McClarren"...Show More Summary
The fund, which lured wealthy philanthropists under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, raised an average of $29 million a year over the last decade. This fiscal year, it has raised just $18 million.
Mayor de Blasio doesn’t have many nice things to say about anyone in a new magazine interview — except himself.
Michael Bloomberg is mulling bidding for the New York Times. FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Charlie Gasparino reports former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg “has now expressed renewed interest in buying The The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT).” Gasparino went on to report that the numbers floating around Wall Street for The New York [...]
One of the signature accomplishments of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was the development and implementation of the city's first sustainability plan. Bloomberg saw projections of New York's growth and realized that environmental goals needed to be integrated into the city's future. read more
Dave Weigel and Arit John, at Bloomberg Politics: … The former mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland, and likely candidate for the Democratic Party’s next presidential nomination, was standing at the end of a food giveaway at the St. Show More Summary
"In some places it did. But of late the progressives have been making a comeback, led by Bill de Blasio in New York and the challenge to sometime reform Mayor Rahm Emanuel in Chicago. This week’s nightmare in Baltimore shows where this leads. Show More Summary
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg gives $1M won from promoting 'Jewish values' to nine groups.
One of the signature accomplishments of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's twelve years as mayor was the development and implementation of New York City's first sustainability plan: PlaNYC 2030. Mayor Bloomberg saw projections of...Show More Summary
Long before New York City mayors marked Earth Day with 322-page policy papers (Bill de Blasio, 2015) or 170-initiative master plans (Michael Bloomberg, 2007), there was John Lindsay. An... To view the full story, click the title lin...
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has a plan to improve 100 other cities across the United States, and he's dropping $42 million to see it happen. Through his charitable organization, Bloomberg Philanthropies, the multibillionaire...Show More Summary
It's Earth Day, and Mayor de Blasio has introduced OneNYC: The Plan For a Strong And Just City, an ambitious update to Bloomberg's PlaNYC, the sweeping sustainability initiative introduced in 2007 that called for an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050 and building code upgrades to combat flooding, among other environment-friendly goals. [ more › ]
The city's environmental groups usually get excited as Earth Day approaches. This year, they're a bit nervous. The de Blasio administration on Wednesday will rebrand the Bloomberg administration's... To view the full story, click the title link.
When he wasn't wooing ladies on the Staten Island Ferry our former Mayor Bloomberg could be found grabbing grub at UES diner Viand. Sadly for Mike, it looks like he'll no longer be able to score "soft-boiled egg and well-done toast " at the diner, which will be closing its doors after Saturday service, according to the Daily News. [ more › ]
During his three controversial terms as mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg launched all-out public-health crusades against some of his constituents’ favorite vices, including cigarettes, trans fats, and sodas. Perhaps he should have declared war on loneliness, instead. Show More Summary
Posted by Patch W Adams, the P/Oed Patriot. (Image Politico) Former Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg maybe against large sodas, and firearms, but he isn’t against encouraging others to threaten people in order to push the green agenda. During … Continue reading ?