Episode 4: The Mayor: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton
Top of the World- Lessons from rebuilding the World Trade Center
Michael Bloomberg was sworn in as Mayor of New York City just four months after 9/11, and for the next 12 years, he oversaw much of the area’s and the city’s remarkable recovery. He was one of the earliest proponents of Downtown’s transformation from a 9-5 business center into a vibrant mixed-use 24/7 neighborhood. Mayor Bloomberg shares his thoughts on how the city can recover from the pandemic, and the lessons we can draw from the World Trade Center rebuilding. Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton talks about transforming the new World Trade Center into a vibrant campus, with food, drinks, music and art.
Expert Insights #01 | Michael Bloomberg, Arthur Lira, Larry Fink, Randi Zuckerberg e os demais destaques do primeiro dia do evento
Os especialistas da Monte Bravo trazem os destaques e analisam o primeiro dia de palestras da Expert XP, o maior evento de finanças do mundo. O Sócio e Head de Relações Institucionais da Monte Bravo, Rodrigo Franchini; Bruno Madruga, sócio e Head de Renda Variável da Monte Bravo, e Thayse Baronio, sócia, assessora de investimentos e Planejadora financeira CFP, discutem os principais insights de negócio e economia para empreendedores e investidores. A apresentação é da jornalista Aline Scherer.O primeiro dia de Expert XP trouxe nomes importantes, como o empresário Michael Bloomberg, Fundador Bloomberg LP, Bloomberg Philanthropies e Ex-prefeito de Nova York; Larry Fink - CEO e presidente do conselho de administração da BlackRock, Inc., uma das maiores gestoras de investimentos do mundo; Randi Zuckerberg - Fundadora e CEO da produtora Zuckerberg Media; Arthur Lira, presidente da Câmara dos Deputados e Roberto de Oliveira Campos Neto, Presidente do Banco Central do Brasil.Siga a Monte Bravo nas redes sociais: @montebravoinvestimentos no Instagram. O Expert Insights é um podcast que reúne um resumo e análise das mais de 100 horas de conteúdo da Expert XP, o maior evento de finanças do mundo.
How Michael Bloomberg Made 59 Billion With Only 325000 Customers
The Bloomberg Terminal is a computer software system provided by the financial data vendor Bloomberg L.P. that enables professionals in the financial service sector and other industries to access Bloomberg Professional Services through which users can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform. We will do your narration in any language, we will convert your document into an audio file. Click the link below: https://bit.ly/3BPpjMh We will write you an article or an essay on any topic: https://bit.ly/2V2V9oa Read our articles on: https://usernamejack.medium.com
Growth Story - High Growth Company Case Studies With Scott D. Clary
Growth Story is a weekly podcast that breaks down the strategy and tactics utilized by high growth companies, in a short case study format hosted by Scott D. Clary (@scottdclary). For more business case studies, tactics and insights, make sure to subscribe to my youtube channel (youtube.com/c/scottdclary).
Risk vs. Opportunity in the Market: Investing the Assets of Michael Bloomberg with Steve Rattner (#50)
Manager of Michael Bloomberg’s personal and philanthropic assets, Steven Rattner, shares what he is investing in now and how he views the opportunities and risks in the market. As a former Counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury and former head of Obama’s Auto Task Force, he also provides insights on government.Steve is also the Economic Analyst for MSNBC’s Morning Joe and a Contributing Writer for the The New York Times Op-Ed page.
How Michael Bloomberg Sold His First Terminal #scottsthoughts
Success Story with Scott D. Clary
➡️ For More Episodes Visit: successstorypodcast.com Today we're going to learn from one of the greats in business, Michael Bloomberg. I'm going to walk you through the exact strategy he used to sell his first, Bloomberg terminal. Take some of these lessons and apply them to your own business, when you're first trying to take your product to market. Tweet Me: twitter.com/scottdclary My Newsletter: newsletter.roioverload.com/subscribe
Ep.80. Michael Bloomberg y su terminal financiera.
Aprende, ahorra e invierte con Mauricio de Medina
Michael Bloomberg nació en Boston Massachusetts en 1942 y es el creador de la terminal Bloomberg, fue alcalde de la ciudad de Nueva York del 2002 al 2013 y fue también candidato por el partido demócrata para ser presidente de los estados unidos en 2020. Y en este podcast quiero compartir su historia de éxito ya que me parece una historia de emprendimiento muy aleccionadora. ¡Dale play e incrementa tu IQ financiero! Para ver más videos, tips, cursos de educación financiera e información útil me encuentras en: https://www.facebook.com/DeMedinaMau/ https://twitter.com/DeMedinaMau https://www.instagram.com/demedinamau/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mauricio-de-medina O visita: https://www.mauriciodemedina.com Aprende, ahorra e invierte.
#5 - Coronavirus, Ghostbusters and Michael Bloomberg
The Crash Ball Diaries
Due to recent criticism of their current affairs content, the boys tackle some of the big topics taking place in the world today. COVID-19 discussion - what are the updates? Will England v Italy and other key sporting events go ahead? Will free-to-air TV lose the Six Nations? What is the most controversial sporting celebration? All information and statistics correct as of 21.00pm 04/03/2020 Twitter: @CB_DiariesPod Intro Music: 'Hocus Pocus' by Focus music.apple.com/us/album/the-best…us-pocus/81358435 Jingles: freesound.org/
Drag His Ass: Michael Bloomberg Edition with Rohan Padhye
The newest installment of Drag His Ass has finally come for Michael Bloomberg's ass. Julia is joined by guest host Rohan Padhye while Kate is in Massachusetts doing the Good Work for Bernard.You can follow Rohan Padhye on Instagram @rohanpadhyecoolguyJulia and Kate can be found at @OhJuliaTweets and @KateWillettHosts: Kate Willett and Julia ClaireProducer: Genevieve GearityTheme Song: Emily Frembgen and Kate WillettArtwork: Adrienne Lobl
The Many Iterations of Michael Bloomberg, C.E.O., Mayor, and Presidential Hopeful
The New Yorker: Politics and More
Eleanor Randolph finished her biography of Michael Bloomberg in June, 2019, just as the former mayor decided not to run for President. “He didn’t want to go on an apology tour,” Randolph tells David Remnick. Bloomberg knew that he would be called to answer for his vigorous pursuit of unconstitutional stop-and-frisk policing, accusations against him of sexual misconduct, and his history as a Republican. Ultimately, Bloomberg did enter the race, and he has spent more than four hundred million dollars on political ads to defeat another New York billionaire, the incumbent, Donald Trump. Randolph and Andrea Bernstein, a reporter for WNYC who covered Bloomberg’s three terms as mayor, join Remnick to discuss the candidate’s time in Gracie Mansion, his philosophy of governing, and his philanthropy. Trump’s political contributions have been unabashedly transactional, but Bloomberg’s generous philanthropy also has an expected return. “All the money that he gave to philanthropies and charities were a way of doing good in the world, sure, but they were also a way of making him more powerful as mayor,” Bernstein says. “Everything with Bloomberg, there’s a countervailing thing. Something benefits somebody: it also might benefit him, it also might benefit billionaires from Russia.” Eleanor Randolph is the author of “The Many Lives of Michael Bloomberg.” Andrea Bernstein’s book is “American Oligarchs: The Kushners, the Trumps, and the Marriage of Money and Power.”