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Ask the ethicist: How should Bloomberg News cover Michael Bloomberg?

Within hours of a recent New York Times story that revealed multi-billionaire Michael Bloomberg was considering a run for the nation's highest office, journalists began wondering how his candidacy would affect Bloomberg News, the media arm of the company he founded. Now, less than a week after the original report, they're beginning to get an answer. The company's newsroom, … Read More

Bloomberg News is a Supreme Court health care winner

Competition among news services for financial news that can "move" markets has always been intense. It's more so given new communications technologies, growth in the financial services sector and heightened rivalry among increasingly well-heeled media rivals. Thursday's Supreme Court decision underscored the bottom line journalistic and economic reality. While most people focused on the policy and political ramifications, Bloomberg's Washington … Read More

C-Span teaming with the networks to cover presidential campaign

C-span's red busC-SPAN is teaming with the major news networks to share personnel and other costs while covering even more events in real time along the campaign trail. Ted Johnson, a political reporter for Variety, walked up the steps of the iconic bright red C-SPAN school bus parked on the floor of the national cable TV convention. He just … Read More

Bloomberg LP reshuffles editorial management

FisbowlNY Bloomberg LP has announced new changes to its editorial team, including the creation of a new "editorial management committee" composed of editor-in-chief John Micklethwait, deputy editor-in-chief Reto Gregori, and new editorial chief content officer Josh Tyrangiel, All main editors will now report directly to this committee, according to FisbowlNY. In addition, Bloomberg will physically move its digital … Read More

Bloomberg News' Matthew Winkler on hearing women's voices in the newsroom

Matthew Winkler, who resigned his position as editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News in December, recently spoke at a United Nations panel on media and gender about how to include the perspective of women both within the newsroom and as part of international stories. According the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, Winkler's advice included knowing in advance the … Read More

Analysts: Businessweek loses $30 million a year

Financial Times Businessweek loses $30 million per year, according to an estimate from analysts referenced in a Financial Times story announcing the launch of Bloomberg Business: Bloomberg says Businessweek’s advertising revenue has increased 24 per cent between the acquisition and 2013, and its rate base — circulation promised to advertisers — has risen 9 per cent to 980,000. Read More

Career Beat: Matthew Kaminski named executive editor of Politico in Europe

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Matthew Kaminski will be executive editor of Politico's European operation. He's a member of the editorial board at The Wall Street Journal. Bill Nichols will be a founding editor-at-large of Politico's European operation. He's an editor-at-large at Politico. Carrie Budoff Brown will be associate editor and senior policy reporter … Read More