SEC Goes Social: Is There Transparency on Twitter?

April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Michelle Leder, founder at Footnoted.com, discusses the decision by the SEC to allow companies to share business data on social media and what it means to transparency. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Trump and a Look at the Economy: Charlie Rose
50:32 - On "Charlie Rose," a look at the economy with guest host Anthony Mason of CBS News. Donald Trump's path to the White House was energized by a populist campaign message promising more and better-paying jobs to support middle-class families across the country. He vowed to take action through a series of initiatives including lowering tax rates, rolling back financial regulations and enacting a massive infrastructure spending plan. We are joined by Joe Nocera of Bloomberg View, Henry Blodget of Business Insider and Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post. (Source: Bloomberg)
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