Bloomberg Eyes the West Wing
- 10 QUESTIONS FOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG. Ripley, Amanda // Time;9/6/2004, Vol. 164 Issue 10, p8
Presents an interview with New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. Strategy for handling the influx of people arriving in New York City for the Republican National Convention; Plan to greet delegates outside Broadway shows; Impact of New York's identity as a Democratic town, where Democrats...
- Room in the Middle? Schneider, William // National Journal;1/19/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p34
The article examines the chance of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to win the U.S. presidential election should he decide to run as an independent. The author claims that Bloomberg is rich enough to finance his own campaign. He might also attract a lot of Democratic votes due to the fact...
- FREDDY FIRES OFF. Mfuni, Tanangachi; Watson, Jamal E. // New York Amsterdam News;7/21/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 30, p1
This article reports that it was the brouhaha over the West Side stadium that drew Fernando Ferrer, mayoral candidate, out of political retirement after losing the 2001 Democratic nomination for the mayor of New York City. It is informed that Ferrer blasted the Jets football stadium, which was...
- His American Dream. // New York;12/11/2006, Vol. 39 Issue 44, p28
This article offers a look at the politics of Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City. According to the author, Bloomberg has a good chance in running for the United States presidential election of 2008. The article mentions public opinion and approval ratings regarding Bloomberg. The...
- Poll indicates no major surprises in citywide races. Williams, Grace L. // New York Amsterdam News;8/25/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 35, p15
The article presents information on a public opinion poll regarding various contenders for the New York City Mayoral seat. Democratic voters favor current Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, said that despite several debates,...
- Giuliani's tough choices. Roane, Kit R. // U.S. News & World Report;05/08/2000, Vol. 128 Issue 18, p20
Focuses on New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and his campaign for the United States Senate. Reaction to his revelation that he has prostate cancer; How the diagnosis affects the Republican Party, which will choose a Senate candidate on May 30, 2000. INSET: New reasons for hope, by Susan...
- A good mayor takes a cause too far. Myers, Jr., Woodrow A. // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/20/2012 Supplement, Vol. 33, p12B
The article offers the author's appreciation on the public service of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg with details on the regulations he implemented for the city such as banning smoking in bars and restaurants.
- Mayor Bloomberg Offers N.Y.C. Development Plans, But No Raises. McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;1/24/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31559, p3
Reports on the speech given by New York City mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on various economic development plans. Efforts made by him to reduce the budget deficit for the year 2004; Implementation of cost-saving economic plans by him; Evidence of his inclination towards mergers from his speech.
- Bloomberg 'flattered' by 'Jewish Nobel' win. WIENER, JULIE // New Jersey Jewish News;10/24/2013, Vol. 67 Issue 43, p29
The article informs that New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been named the first winner of the Genesis Prize, which is also known as the Jewish Nobel Prize, as of October 2013.