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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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Outgoing mayor Bloomberg leaves a city in good financial health, but sharply divided socially between the rich and the poor.
Mayor Bloomberg was joined by London Mayor Boris Johnson, Warsaw Mayor Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, and Florence Mayor Matteo Renzi to launch the Mayor's Challenge at London City Hall.
Mayor Bloomberg called the bond program a "creative way" to generate much-needed capital and reduce a backlog of repairs in the city's housing stock.
Matthew Winkler, editor in chief of Bloomberg News, acknowledged that the practice had been in existence since the early 1990s, before Michael Bloomberg became Mayor Bloomberg. Winkler said there was no malice involved in the behavior of his reporters.
"The White House mail screening facility intercepted a letter addressed to the White House that was similar to letters previously addressed to Mayor Bloomberg in New York," Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan said.
FBI spokesman Ed Donovan said: "The US Secret Service can confirm that the White House mail screening facility intercepted a letter addressed to the White House that were similar to letters previously addressed to Mayor Bloomberg in New York.
"On the Contrary Mayor Bloomberg," the ad reads, "Coal is the World's Fastest Growing Major Fuel," with letters superimposed on the nighttime view of a major metropolitan skyline.
This afternoon, Politicker is reporting that Mayor Bloomberg's recent interview in The Atlantic with James Bennet has provoked the ire of Orthodox Jews.
The mayor hosted the banquet at his Gracie Mansion residence, where the city's Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs, Fatima Shama, welcomed guests before Mayor Bloomberg thanked those in attendance, including QFI.
Joining Mayor Bloomberg and Mayor Dean for the second round announcement, Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin emphasized the importance of supporting local volunteerism through public-private partnerships.
In July of 2006, Mayor Bloomberg decided to ban DuraCoat from the streets of New York City.
5 press conference, Mayor Bloomberg addressed the smell, dispelling health concerns about the sweet aroma, which had been wafting over the metropolis.