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Will the 2020s bring an end to the era of open offices?
Blamed for everything from decreased productivity to increased flu cases, the majority of workers hate them, a survey says.
Don't trust those "Bloomberg for President" rumors
He does this dance every four years.
Gates and Bloomberg team up against smoking
Helping low and middle-income countries fight challenges from tobacco companies.
Anti-Bloomberg ad signals new political trend
You don't have to be a candidate to be the target of an attack ad.
Bloomberg: 'Here's $50 million for gun control'
Michael Bloomberg is committing $50 million to create an anti-gun voting operation. What does $50 million buy?
Does Bloomberg's stair advocacy make business sense?
In his persistent campaign to make New Yorkers healthier, Mayor Bloomberg wants people to take the stairs instead of the elevator.
Mayor Bloomberg is "nobody's puppet." But is he a muppet?
Michael Bloomberg says he can't be bought by special interests, but a cozy relationship with Miss Piggy suggests he may bow to 'festive interests.'
Mayor Bloomberg's wealth holds lessons for politics
As a multi-billionaire, Michael Bloomberg has governed New York free from debts to special interests. But there's another side to that independence.
Mayor Bloomberg to stores: Hide your cigarettes
New York City Mayor Bloomberg is proposing a ban on cigarette displays in stores. It’s the latest proposal aimed at making New York a little healthier.