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Magazines 8 April 2016

How to Hack an Election / Cómo Hackear una Elección

Bloomberg Businessweek's interview with the man who rigged elections in Latin America, went viral last week, receiving accolades and coverage around the world.   More

Black ink and pages of Brigitte women's magazine pass through a printing press at the Prinovis printing works, a unit of Bertelsmann SE, in Ahrensburg, Germany, on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014. Bertelsmann, Europe's largest media company, said it's buying U.S. online-course provider Relias Learning, making good on promises to fuel growth with investments in education. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Awards 7 April 2016

2016 Rising Stars in Media

Two of Bloomberg's stars, Kamilah Gray, Global Media Marketing Manager and Nathalie Tanbourgi, Sales Executive, Bloomberg UK, have been named by FIPPs as 2016 Rising Stars in Media.   More

A man rests on a bench under cherry trees in bloom at a park in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, April 1, 2016. Japan will need economic measures in the second half of the current fiscal year after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government will front-load budget spending, according to the vice president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Photos 6 April 2016

The Week Ahead April 2 – April 8

Each week, we post a small preview of selected events that the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week.   More

Supporters stand below the sign of the Apollo Theater before former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in Harlem on March 30.

Photos 4 April 2016

The Democratic Candidates Come to New York City

New York City is a frequent destination for political candidates to raise money behind closed doors, the upcoming primary means now they’re hitting the town.   More
Pedestrians walk past plants displayed for sale in Manhattan's flower district in New York, U.S., on Thursday, March 24, 2016. With an El Nino in the equatorial Pacific, winter across the contiguous U.S. was the warmest in history, and new daily high temperatures were posted last week in Philadelphia, Trenton, Boston and New York's Central Park. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

All 28 March 2016

The Week Ahead March 26 – April 1

Each week, we post a small preview of selected events that the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week.   More


Photos 28 March 2016

Visual storytelling and the modern newsroom

"Audiences now expect continuous visual engagement across media. With the exception of podcasts, every platform today is a visual platform," says Michael Shane, Managing Editor, Bloomberg Digital.   More

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