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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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Michael R. Bloomberg and Katty Kay at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum 2018.
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, has renewed the appointment of Michael R. Bloomberg as WHO Global Ambassador for Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and Injuries, as world leaders meet at the United Nations in New York to agree steps to better address NCDs, the worlds biggest killers.
Former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is set to return the company he founded more than three decades ago.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced that an estimated 44 million people from around the country and the world visited New York City in 2006.
A problem-plagued school system that three New York City mayors had previously tried to control is now in the hands of the present mayor, Michael R. Bloomberg, part of a growing national trend.
"Our customers and audiences depend on us to supply critical information in new and convenient ways," says Michael R. Bloomberg, CEO and founder of Bloomberg.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner Joseph F.
The venture is the product of a collaboration between HPD and NYCHA which was implemented as part of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's $7.5 billion New Housing Marketplace Plan.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bear, Stearns & Co.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has budgeted $66 million for construction of the esplanade and other infrastructure improvements.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Department of Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Shaun Donovan announced details of the expansion of the Mayor's New Housing Marketplace Plan, which has grown to a $7.5 billion undertaking to build and preserve 165,000 units by 2013.