Mike Bloomberg joined CNN's Fareed Zakaria for a discussion on building resilient cities at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. Also participating were World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and Rockefeller Foundation Judith Rodin.
In 2002, we created the first-ever Five Borough Economic Development Plan that focused not on retaining particular companies, but on growing industries that have a bright future and attracting the people those industries require.
Mike Bloomberg announced a series of first-in-the-nation anti-obesity initiatives that will promote physical activity through the design of buildings and public spaces, including the creation of the Center for Active Design.
As part of the MLB All Star Week Legacy Project, St. Albans VA Community Living Center opened a new facility with the help of the MLB and the New York Mets. Mike Bloomberg spoke at the opening of the new outdoor facility for the residents.
Mike Bloomberg announces the launch of NYC Summer YouthWRAP program, a seven-week program that will connect 450 probation clients to paid summer jobs at Hurricane Sandy restoration projects in all five boroughs.
The budget remains balanced through billions of dollars in agency savings actions and increased revenues from the city’s economic growth, benefiting from a more diversified economy led by the tech, film and television, tourism and higher education sectors.
Stephen Barton survived the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. But 12 others didn’t. Watch his personal message asking President Obama and Governor Romney to offer their plans on how they will end gun violence, and join him by signing the petition.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg discusses how cities are leading the way on sustainability, his recent trip to the RIO+20 conference, and his work as chair of C40cities with CNN's Fareed Zakaria. June 25, 2012
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivers the 2012 spring commencement address at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 32-thousand people made their way to Kenan Stadium to celebrate with nearly 5,700 degree recipients.
The new Johns Hopkins Hospital Building is a unique art and architecture collaboration between over 70 artists from across the country. More than 500 original works of art were created and incorporated into the new hospital building to enhance healing.
On March 30th, Mike Bloomberg joined CBS This Morning to discuss his views on the federal budget deficit. In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, he outlined a 2 step approach to close the federal budget gap in 10 years: let the Bush tax cuts expire for everybody, and pass the Simpson-Bowles deficit reduction plan. Watch.
Boston Mayor Tom Menino and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg don't agree on football -- but they strongly agree that we can keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people while supporting the 2nd Amendment.
Mayor Bloomberg visited the set of "Gossip Girl", a "Made in NY" television series that films at Silvercup Studios in Long Island City - to announce that 2011 broke all records for television production in New York City and to celebrate the show's 100th episode, which will air Monday, January 30th on The CW.
SeatGeek, a New York based tech start-up and leading ticket search engine, is partnering with Bloomberg Philanthropies to make the unique New York cultural arts experience discoverable in a new, dynamic way.
Facebook's new engineering office is a significant step towards making NYC the world's #1 technology hub. "I strongly encourage all tech companies to do what Facebook is doing now," said Mike Bloomberg at the new office opening with Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. "Make New York City a hub of your engineering operations. You’ll find that this is the best place to recruit and retain the world's top talent."
In the second part of his interview with TechCrunch's Chris Dixon, Mike Bloomberg discusses how NYC attracts the world's best and brightest, and the urgent need to reform America's immigration policies.
Mayor Bloomberg sat down with Founder Stories host Chris Dixon to share how hard work, persistence and offering up a cup of coffee allowed him to become a successful tech entrepreneur. In part 2, Mike discusses New York's plans to attract the world's best and brightest and in part 3, he explains why NYC is the best place to start a business.
If left unchecked, tobacco use will kill one billion people this century. Bloomberg Philanthropies is working to promote proven tobacco control policies around the world and help stop this global epidemic.
Mike Bloomberg joined MSNBC's Morning Joe to discuss specific steps for reducing the federal deficit, including adopting the cuts proposed by Simpson-Bowles and allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire for all tax brackets.
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