Recently, I went to visit casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson in Hangover City. I mean, Las Vegas. His folks invited us out to hear him speak at the Uni...
Too-big-to-fail hospitals blow up the money of the working men and women of America, the people who work "downstairs" -- the tireless Mrs. Patmores and Mrs. Hughes' of the world.
Under the radar, under the cover of the financial crisis, at the very bottom of the stock market, a one-page memo circulated inside the Bloomberg building in midtown Manhattan.
At the Bloomberg Link Markets 50 Summit, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made a point that he has set out to level the playing field...
It's no surprise that Warren's speech has drawn fire from the right. What is surprising is the weakness of the conservative response, which, in turn, demonstrates the air-tight case Warren has made about the pro-corporate trend at the Supreme Court.
The power amassed by the finance industry over the past quarter century is not simply a function of the corrupting power of its political contributions, but rather its success in the creation of a belief system within the halls of power.
What a week for Republicans! It started with Obama fighting off simultaneous scandals and 24 coming back this Fall. But as Spitzer and Reagan discuss, by Friday the Scandals Scorecard revealed more smoke than fire. Who'll tell FOX?
Companies wishing to steer clear of the headline-grabbing cultural and operational issues the IRS and Bloomberg LP are now dealing with are well served to do these things.
With a global television network operation in place, Bloomberg News is using video clips from its shows as well as Web-only videos to produce some 20...
The three speakers on the China panel at Bloomberg Markets 50 Summit agree that leaders in Beijing are committed to doing everything in its powers to keep growth going.
As a journalist, I was disturbed by the media's negligence as the disaster unfolded. What I observed was a story of slow-off-the-mark reporting and appalling insensitivity on the part of Carnival Corp. and at least two TV networks.
The New York Times and now Bloomberg have both exposed the fact that the economics of risky and expensive unconventional gas recovery simply don't match up with industry geologists' claims of a "nearly limitless" supply.
I was (at first) happy to see 60 Minutes highlight fiscal problems of states and municipalities. It explained how Illinois was late on payments to service suppliers, and it's a huge problem for people doing business with the state. Then 60 Minutes went completely off the rails.
The GOP primary process has been painful and embarrassing, especially for Republicans. While President Barack Obama faces a tough reelection campaign, the Republican Party seems to be doing all it can to help him win a second term. Or, as Governor Perry would say, "Oops."