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Bloomberg Photos + The New Yorker Online

On Monday, November 24th, The New Yorker’s website featured a Bloomberg photo of Chuck Hagel, U.S. secretary of defense, smiling after speaking during an announcement with U.S. President Barack Obama in the State Dining Room of the White House. Contact us to learn more about licensing content for your print or digital publication from the … More

Bloomberg Photo Preview, Week of Nov. 24: Black Friday, Suddeutsche Zeitung Economic Summit

Here is a preview of the selected, scheduled events the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week. Bloomberg will also be covering several exclusives and any breaking news that may happen, as well as a full slate of additional assignments, all of which will be available over the wire and in the … More

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Bloomberg Photos + The Washington Post

On Thursday, November 20th, The Washington Post published a Bloomberg photo of representative-elect Gwen Graham supporter Paul Woodward performing a back flip before Graham picked a number during a member-elect room lottery draw on Capitol Hill. Contact us to learn more about licensing content for your print or digital publication from the Bloomberg Content Service.

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Bloomberg Photos + The Adelaide Advertiser

On Wednesday, November 19th, The Adelaide Advertiser, a daily Australian newspaper, published a Bloomberg photo of U.S. President Barack Obama, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, shaking hands on November 16th during a trilateral meeting at the G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia. Contact us to learn more about licensing content … More

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News Xchange Attendees Learn About Media Source

The Bloomberg Content Service joined News Xchange attendees last week at News Xchange’s 2014 meeting in Prague. At a cocktail party prior to the start of News Xchange, Bloomberg team members welcomed News Xchange attendees to Prague and brought them up to speed on the launch of Media Source.   Media Source is a new … More

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The Billionaires Beat: Q&A with Bloomberg Reporter Tom Metcalf

Tom Metcalf is a billionaires reporter for Bloomberg, which is a rather self-explanatory role — he reports and writes on rich people, their businesses and the things they do. He recently wrote about how a double murder on the French Riviera intersected with one of the wealthiest fortunes in Monaco. In Depth recently spoke with … More

Bloomberg Photo Preview, Week of Nov. 17: G20 Summit, L.A. Auto Show

Here is a preview of the selected, scheduled events the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week. Bloomberg will also be covering several exclusives and any breaking news that may happen, as well as a full slate of additional assignments, all of which will be available over the wire and in the … More

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Bloomberg Photos + Handelsblatt Newspaper

On Wednesday, November 5th, Handelsblatt, a leading German language business newspaper, published a supplement called “Russia Beyond The Headlines” that featured a Bloomberg photograph on the front page. In the photo, a worker adjusts his safety visor as he works near the blast furnace at the OAO Novolipetsk Steel plant, also known as NLMK, in … More

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Bloomberg Photos + Time magazine

On November 6, Time used a photograph by Bloomberg photographer Luke Sharrett of former U.S. Navy Seal Robert O’Neill speaking at the “Best of Blount” Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony. O’Neill has identified himself as the person who killed Osama bin Laden in a 2011 raid. See more work by Luke Sharrett. To learn more … More

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What Will Auto Look Like in 10 Years?

Craig Trudell is a Bloomberg reporter based in Tokyo, where he covers Toyota and the broader automotive industry in Japan and the rest of Asia. He recently has reported on a Japanese maker of air bags under investigation for malfunctions that have injured or killed U.S. motorists. In Depth sat down with Craig to talk … More