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Photos 27 April 2016

The Week Ahead April 23 – 29

Each week, we post a small preview of selected events that the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week. In addition to the below, our photographers will also be covering several exclusives and breaking news stories.   More

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All 22 April 2016

At the Table with Bloomberg Politics

On May 4th, Tanya Singer, General Manager, Bloomberg Politics and Craig Gordon, Managing Editor, Bloomberg Washington News will host At the Table with Bloomberg Politics, a free webinar looking at how modern newsrooms are transforming the way politics are covered.   More

Rows of colored co-ax cables are seen feeding into computer servers inside a comms room at an office in London, U.K., on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014. Vodafone Group Plc will ask telecommunications regulator Ofcom to guarantee that U.K. wireless carriers, which rely on BT's fiber network to transmit voice and data traffic across the country, are treated fairly when BT sets prices and connects their broadcasting towers. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Data 22 April 2016

Bloomberg: Big Data as a Strategic Imperative

Data Scientists Pat Moore and Priyanka Naik discussed the role data science plays in shaping Bloomberg Media's strategy, analytics and monetization opportunities.   More

A worker looks at a construction plan in the aquatic center at the Olympic Village in the Barra da Tijuca neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, April 4, 2016. In what is emerging as a rare bright spot in a country buffeted by crisis on all sides, the Olympic Committee is saying that more than 95 percent of the venues are complete some four months ahead of the opening ceremony and, what’s more, data shows spending has largely remained under control. Photographer: Dado Galdieri/Bloomberg
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Photos 18 April 2016

The Week Ahead April 16 – 22

Each week, we post a small preview of selected events that the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week. In addition to the below, our photographers will also be covering several exclusives and breaking news stories.   More

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Q&A 18 April 2016

Take a Deep Dive with Naadia Quader, Head of Product

On February 22, Bloomberg Content Service launched its news discovery platform for clients. Naadia Quader, Head of Product, spearheaded the redesign. We sat down with Naadia to get her take on how the new interface can make clients more successful.   More

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All 15 April 2016

BREXIT: Comprehensive Coverage

Great Britain votes to continue or end its membership in the European Union. While no country has chosen to leave the EU before, the potential impact of the Brexit referendum (a.k.a. “British Exit”) would affect economies for decades to come.   More

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