https://dcgmentor.wordpress.com/2015/07/30/ny-education-policy-is-for-sale-to-the-highest-bidder-a-tale-of-how-money-talks/ Although the NYT article leads with this headline, “Bloomberg Is NO Longer Mayor, but His School Agenda Thrives...Show More Summary
Where the ex-NYC mayor will likely conduct important business—knight-related and otherwise. All photos courtesy of Strutt & Parker Ex-New York City mayor, business tycoon, and secret knight Michael R. Bloomberg has been up to some real estate mischief in...
Real-estate magnate Donald Trump is apparently furious at former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's (I) eponymous media company for running an analysis valuing his net worth at just $2.9 billion. In an interview published Wednesday...Show More Summary
When a group professing to support education reform opposes mayoral control of schools, it calls into question what exactly it stands for. --Wiley Norvell in NYT (Groups That Back Bloomberg’s Education Agenda Enjoy Success in Albany...
A group that is devoted to continuing the education agenda of former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has become one of the most powerful forces in Albany by pouring millions into lobbying and adroitly exploiting rivalries in state politi...
Multibillionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has some advice for the president when it comes to dealing with Congress. "You trade, you bribe, you threaten, you cajole — you do all these sorts of things, the sameShow More Summary
The New York Times Perhaps Downton Abbey wasn’t on the market. Michael Bloomberg, who parlayed a media fortune into three terms as New York mayor, is trading up by buying a seven-bedroom, 18th century estate in London for $25 million, according to The New York Times. It’s about twice as big as his current home there, which is a mile away. Show More Summary
Former mayor of New York, once and future cosmopolitan rich person, and honorary knight Michael Bloomberg just bought another expensive place to live in London, on a street that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards once called home. The mansion, where writer George Eliot lived for less than a month before... More »
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former New York mayor, has snagged a $26 million mansion in the British capital, according to reports.
Oh, the tangled web our union leadership leads. They insisted on endorsing Bill Thompson four years too late, after Michael Bloomberg reversed the twice-voiced will of the voters to buy himself a third term (and won by such a small margin...Show More Summary
The New Yorker The most famous voice in New York City belongs to somebody at Bloomberg News. But it doesn’t belong to Michael Bloomberg, the former three-term mayor who is back atop the financial media goliath he founded. And it doesn’t...Show More Summary
Billionaire, and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, has pledged $30 million to the Sierra Club to help fund their campaign to close coal-fired generating plants in the United States, Politico reported. Bloomberg and other allies...Show More Summary
With a fortune of $33.7 billion, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg recently landed on our list of the richest self-made billionaires. Though his 12-year run as mayor ended in 2013, the billionaire remains as busy as ever, and is spending plenty of money as he goes. Show More Summary
When the parents have different surnames, figuring out what to call the baby can be a fraught experience, but Emma Bloomberg solved the problem. More » Mayor Bloomberg’s Daughter Just Figured Out An Excellent Answer To ‘Whose Name Does The Baby Take?’ is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
As far as I can tell, this shameful segment from Bill O'Reilly and Jesse Watters was intended to slap Mayor Bill DeBlasio for policies enacted during the Bloomberg years. But slapping homeless people around to do it is just a craven, despicable act. We begin with O'Reilly complaining that police can no longer use choke holds on suspects. Show More Summary
Today, we continue our ongoing series in which we sit down with influential leaders on key issues. Last quarter, we spoke to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Now, we talk with the first female editor of National Geographic Magazine, Susan Goldberg, to talk about their unique style of journalism, their focus on [...]
Since even before he took office, Mayor de Blasio has made clear his intention to change the Bloomberg administration's policy of mandatory parental consent for the metzitzah b’peh, a controversial ultra-Orthodox Jewish circumcision ritual in which a mohel sucks blood from a baby’s snipped penis. Show More Summary
The news website, The Trace, is being primarily financed by former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's gun-control group. It went live on Friday, only two days after the Charleston, S.C., church shooting.
City officials broke ground at the new Cornell Tech “Genius School” on Roosevelt Island Tuesday — but they didn’t break the ice between Mayor de Blasio and Michael Bloomberg.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, who rose to prominence promising a sharp break from the past and hasn't spoken to his predecessor since taking office, found himself in an unusual position Tuesday: honoring the... To view the full story, click the title link.