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Michael Bloomberg

An American businessman and politician. He spent his early career in investment banking and, in 1981, established what became known as Bloomberg LP, a news company that offers real time and historic prices, trends, and analysis of securities, as well as information and reporting on the economy as a whole. In 2002, he became mayor of New York City.
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Crime continues to come down in New York City, even as it goes up in other parts of the country," Mayor Bloomberg said when releasing the statistics "The hard work and innovation of the NYPD are effective, but we will not rest on these successes We will continue to give the police the tools they need to push crime down even further, while continuing to protect the city from the threat of terrorism.
Included in his final State of the City Address today, Mayor Bloomberg revealed various new programs intended to improve the environment, including creating up to 10,000 parking spaces for electric cars and adding 50 electric cars to the municipal fleet.
One of the biggest issues for freelancers is finding space to work in," said Sara Horowitz, the executive director of the Freelancers Union who spoke with Mayor Bloomberg after the luncheon at a press conference.
We wish Karsan the best of luck in the Taxi of Tomorrow competition and we call on Mayor Bloomberg to consider Karsan's strong action in the award of the Taxi of Tomorrow contract.
Simpson, and Mayor Bloomberg joins Senator Judd Gregg and Governor Edward Rendell as the National Co-Chairs of the group.
We've worked hard over the last seven years to build strong, safe neighborhoods, and we will not let the current mortgage crisis destabilize our communities and threaten our quality of life," said Mayor Bloomberg.
The donations were announced by Office Depot Foundation President Mary Wong at a press conference at PS345 in Brooklyn with Mayor Bloomberg and other key education and policy officials.
Noting that armed private citizens are able to defend themselves and others from criminal attack, Gottlieb suggested that Mayor Bloomberg needs to "back up his words with action.
Paterson endorsed a third term for Mayor Bloomberg at a press conference last week stating that it was a "great idea" and that the recent budget cuts in the city under the Mayor's leadership served as a model for municipalities on how to prune spending in order to deal with the slowing economy.
Gottlieb, "that Mayor Bloomberg is trying to make it appear that his gun regulations are more user-friendly to deflect a potential lawsuit once the Supreme Court rules on our legal action to overturn the handgun ban in Chicago.
WILL URGE MAYOR BLOOMBERG TO ALLOW EQUAL ACCESS TO TRANSPORTATION; ABIDE BY JUSTICE DEPARTMENT OPINION