By Jacob Kushner April 5, 2016
Bloomberg believes that the story of Africa’s economic development is woefully under-covered. Two years ago, Michael Bloomberg launched Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa, a $10 million fund to “build media capacity, convene international leaders and improve access to information” on the continent. We spoke to Bloomberg editors to see how it’s going.
By Jacob Kushner October 1, 2015
As media outlets beef up their coverage of African business and corruption, investigative journalists are looking into one giant source of plunder: “transfer pricing” deals between African leaders and foreign corporations. We offer some resources for reporters interested in covering the subject.
By Alex Plough November 14, 2014
Obama supports net neutrality; Amazon and Hachette finally strike a deal, and some say Hachette won this round; YouTube’s new paid subscription music service may mark the beginning of the end of free music.
By Alex Plough October 3, 2014
An explosive story lifted the curtain on one of the country’s most important and secretive financial institutions; Online auction site Ebay announced it would spin off its PayPal subsidiary; investors are pouring their money into a new form of securitized debt, automotive loans.
By Newley Purnell March 19, 2013
Here’s everything you need to know about filing a FOIA request — and a few resources to help.
By Carl Gutierrez March 11, 2013
Mastered the basics? Here are a few ways to use the Terminal to hunt for market trends or ideas.
By Julia Leite February 2, 2013
The Bloomberg Terminal is a trusted resource, but it can take some getting used to.
By Covering Business March 14, 2012
In an article for Bloomberg, Peter Osrzag compiles research to show why downturns promote longer lives.
By Deirdre Bolton March 5, 2012
Bloomberg TV anchor Deirdre Bolton discusses how to report on alternative investments, including metals, real estate, hedge funds, private equity and venture capital.