New subscriptions to the Bloomberg terminal, the cornerstone of the business, have slowed down dramatically in the last year.
Last night, over a hundred people showed up at a book launch party to celebrate advertising executive Tom Doctoroff’s new book on China. One of those people was his brother's boss, Michael Bloomberg.(1)
Andrew Doctoroff, an attorney, professor, and the brother of former Bloomberg deputy mayor and current Bloomberg L.P. president Dan Doctoroff, has been touting the need for a third-party candidacy.
"I have been so upset on a personal level, on a visceral level, with the performance of the two major parties, that I was compelled to wonder and think about the feasibility of an independent presidential candidate," Doctoroff told me.(1)
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner?