Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Former New York City Comptroller and Democratic mayoral candidate William Thompson talks to supporters about the results in yeaterday's primary election.
Thompson refused to concede to New York Public Advocate Bill de Blazio, who with 96 percent of precincts reporter had 40.2 percent of the vote to Thompson's 26.2 percent. De Blasio needed 40 percent to avoid an Oct. 1 runoff. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)
Ramsey Says Fed, Other Banks, `Too Loose for Too Long'
Jan. 29 -- Douglas Ramsey, chief investment officer at Leuthold Group LLC, talks about Federal Reserve policy and the outlook for stocks.
Ramsey speaks with Betty Liu, Phil Mattingly and Olivia Sterns on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop."