Signs of Change in News Mission at Bloomberg

By: Amy Chozick, Nathaniel Popper, Edward Wong and David Carr | New York Times

Champagne flowed last Monday night as Hong Kong’s business elite gathered with top Bloomberg L.P. executives at a dinner for 100 guests at a cultural center in a former British colonial military complex.

Daniel L. Doctoroff, the company’s chief executive and the steward of the business empire behind the wealth of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York, had flown in to toast a corporate milestone: In 20 years, sales of Bloomberg’s financial data terminals in Hong Kong had ballooned into a business bringing in more than half a billion dollars a year.


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