The financial media company founded by Michael Bloomberg is restructuring its news division with the goal of improving editing processes.
A news producer is now part of a $5 million lawsuit claiming operational, pay and promotion practices that discriminate on gender and race.
A news reporter is suing over “diversity slots,” discrimination and pay inequity, among other systemic issues at Bloomberg News.
The company said it already knows who is suing it, but thinks everyone else should know, too.
His announcement follows a tough grilling on his NDA record by fellow presidential candidates during Wednesday’s debate.
An entity carrying out Bloomberg’s presidential campaign online now includes executives from CNN, Viacom, T-Mobile, Snapchat and Vogue.
Executives from Tiffany & Co., Brunello Cucinelli, Rent the Runway and more speak at Bloomberg’s “The Year Ahead: Luxury” conference.
The luxury titan has made almost $200 million a day so far this year, propelling him near the top of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Bloomberg began its inaugural discussion on equality with some high-profile guests.
Headliners include Diane von Furstenberg, Ashley Judd and Chelsea Clinton.
The company launched the Bloomberg 50, a new awards initiative.
Elle staffs up under new editor in chief Nina Garcia.