Lloyd Blankfein and Michael Bloomberg

Mayor Bloomberg Returns To Civilian Duty

After a 12 year run as mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg is returning to the financial data and media company he founded in 1981.  Now 29th on Forbes' list of the most powerful people in the world and 10th on the list of the Forbes 400 wealthiest people in the United States, Bloomberg returns to the fifth floor of Bloomberg headquarters on the upper east side of Manhattan where “he will work . . .

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