Breaking financial, business and economic news worldwide from major provider of information services. [Description from dmoz]
What do you do when you've conquered Wall Street? You become mayor of the city the famous financial district calls home. After leading his financial news and information company to success, Michael Bloomberg left to lead the Big Apple (his term expires in 2009). His namesake company remains a leader in the market for business media. Its core product, the Bloomberg Professional, is a service terminal that provides real-time financial news, market data, and analysis. The company also has a syndicated news service, publishes books and magazines, and disseminates business information via TV (Bloomberg Television), radio, and the Web. Michael Bloomberg founded the company in 1981; he owns a majority of the firm. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 8.5 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor shops at real.com.
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