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Boston Bombing

Bloomberg Boston Marathon Photo Wins Award

Nearly one year ago, Bloomberg photographer Kelvin Ma was standing right near the finish line at the Boston Marathon as one of the highest-profile acts of terror in the U.S. took place. Kelvin took the well-known photo of wheelchair-bound Jeff Bauman moments after he looked into the eyes of the man who tried to kill … More

Newspaper Printing Plant

Research Highlights: How American Journalism Generated Revenue In 2013

Media organizations are rapidly seeing a change in the way people consume content. It’s no surprise to anyone – readers and viewers are increasingly using mobile devices and social networks to discover media outlets from a variety of angles. The proliferation of devices and content delivery methods has left an impression on journalism in another … More

Lawrence Dune

Q&A With Bloomberg Reporter Dune Lawrence

New York-based Bloomberg News reporter Dune Lawrence has been helping Bloomberg break news since 2004, when she joined the company, reporting on stocks and investors. After several years reporting from overseas, she returned to New York, where she joined the Projects and Investigations team in 2009. Today, her coverage often focuses on hacking and cybersecurity. … More

Bloomberg Photo Coverage Highlights — Week of April 14, 2014

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

Bloomberg Content Licensing Aki Ito

Q&A With Bloomberg Reporter Aki Ito

Bloomberg News reporter Aki Ito has found a sweet spot writing about the intersection of technology and the economy. Based out of Bloomberg’s San Francisco bureau, she covers the Federal Reserve Banks of San Francisco, Dallas, Minneapolis and Chicago, as well as technology-related trends in the U.S. economy. In Depth recently spoke with Aki to … More

Bloomberg Photo Coverage Highlights – Week of April 7, 2014

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

Bloomberg Retail Signage

Bloomberg Content Now Available For Retail Signage

Bloomberg L.P. is no stranger to digital signage. If you’ve been to one of our offices, you certainly would have noticed the bold screens and innovative ways we showcase important real-time information, including news and market data. Now, any business working to engage their customers [or employees] can get the same content for their signage … More

Horse-Drawn Carriages

Q&A With Bloomberg Photographer Victor J. Blue

Victor J. Blue is a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, N.Y. He works closely with Bloomberg News, shooting a variety of content from across the United States and around the world. He’s traveled to California, Guatemala and Afghanistan, covering such major events as the Republican National Convention in 2012 and Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2013. … More

Currency-Fixing Scandal

Q&A With Bloomberg Reporters Gavin Finch and Liam Vaughan

Gavin Finch and Liam Vaughan are Bloomberg News reporters based out of Bloomberg’s London bureau. Gavin has been at Bloomberg since 2006, covering a variety of financial stories, particularly investment banking and financial crime. Liam has been at Bloomberg since 2011, covering various market stories with a focus on financial crime. Together, the two of … More

Q&A With Bloomberg Reporter Charlotte Porter

Charlotte Porter is an editor on the Energy Markets team at Bloomberg News. She spent years a world news editor before making the transition to weather coverage, where she and reporter Brian Sullivan have been reporting on everything from summer hurricanes to the winter polar vortex. In Depth recently spoke with Charlotte to discuss her … More