Tagged: Bloomberg

Interested in energy coverage?

Interested in energy coverage?

Where does our supply of electricity, natural gas and gasoline come from and how does it get here? Will it keep coming? What do alternative energy sources need to compete? And, how can you...

Financial Times will break even in 2005

Financial Times will break even in 2005

That’s according to a statement released by parent Pearson Plc posted on its Web site today. The entire release can be read here. In relation to the Financial Times, the release states, “the Financial...

Bloomberg is hiring

Bloomberg is hiring

Particularly when it comes to its Washington political desk, Bloomberg News seems to be in an aggressive hiring mode. See the story in the New York Times here. Among its most recent hires is...

The country's best economics reporters

The country's best economics reporters

As David Warsh, editor of economicprincipals.com, so eloquently puts it, “It may not be a golden age of economic journalism. The traditional means of support — advertising — has been too undependable for that,...

Online business news web sites

Online business news web sites

How much do the online business news Web sites differ in what stories they lead with every morning? That’s something that I have been thinking about a lot in the past few days, so...

Reporting on the Fed

Reporting on the Fed

I spent some time on Monday talking to reporters and editors who follow the Federal Reserve about the new chairman Ben Bernanke and how he will differ in his dealings with the media compared...

Bloomberg training

Bloomberg training

A guy by the name of Tom Contiliano is on the UNC campus today. Tom is a forensic accountant by training who works at Bloomberg News helping the journalists there understand what’s going on...