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Bloomberg L.P. was founded by Michael Bloomberg in 1981 with the help of Thomas Secunda, Duncan MacMillan, and Charles Zegar. Within 10 years of its founding, Bloomberg L.P. had made over 10,000 installations of the Bloomberg Professional service, a groundbreaking data, analytics and information-delivery service. In the same decade, Bloomberg opened offices around the world and launched Bloomberg News.

The next decade saw subscriptions skyrocketing to 150,000 while Bloomberg.com and Bloomberg Tradebook launched, allowing traders to trade stocks directly through the Bloomberg Professional service. This past decade saw more rapid growth, with technological innovations continuing to make Bloomberg the professional’s choice for data, analytics, news and more. Subscriptions doubled yet again to over 300,000 as new and better algorithms allowed finance professionals to stay ahead of the competition.

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Last Updated: June 27, 2016

U.S., Philippines Sign Defense Pact Amid China Tensions

Joel Guinto, Margaret Talev and Phil...
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Philippine President Benigno Aquino is strengthening military ties with countries like the U.S. as it is embroiled in a territorial dispute with China over islands and shoals in the South China Sea.

China Court Frees Japanese Ship After Unprecedented Seizure

Chris Cooper and Kiyotaka Matsuda
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A Chinese court released a Japanese ship owned by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. after the cargo carrier paid compensation for the loss of two vessels leased from a Chinese company before the two countries went to war in 1937.

Was Chinese Train Massacre ‘Terrorism’?

Nisid Hajari
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Chinese might want to think twice before they start adopting the U.S.’s politically charged, post-Sept. 11 enthusiasm for labeling terrorists and terror attacks.

China Must Reduce ‘Unbearable’ Smog, Government Adviser Says

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China's air pollution has reached intolerable levels and the country should aggressively cut its reliance on coal, according to the government’s climate-change adviser.

Wall Street Girds for China Bribery Probe as IPOs Beckon

Cathy Chan And Keri Geiger
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Wall Street hiring in Asia is under increasing scrutiny after a U.S. criminal investigation into whether JPMorgan Chase & Co. employed children of China’s elite in violation of anti-bribery laws.

Harvard-Linked Hospital Eyes Expansion With China Billionaire

John Lauerman And Michael McDonald
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Brigham and Women’s Hospital is considering a proposal from real estate billionaire Hui Ka Yan to become the first Harvard-University affiliated hospital to expand to China.

China Trade Growth Defies Signs of Slowdown

Rachel Butt and Xin Zhou
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The surprise jump in China's January Export-Import growth defies signs that the world’s second-largest economy is slowing but fuels fears of a recurrence of fake shipments.

Blankfein Says China’s Expansion to Have ‘Huge Consequences’

Chitra Somayaji and Russell Ward
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Goldman Sachs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Lloyd C. Blankfein said: “We’d be making a mistake if we overfunded [China], put [in] too many people, too much investment.”

Blankfein Says China’s Expansion to Have ‘Huge Consequences’

Chitra Somayaji And Russell Ward
Bloomberg
“The China growth story is going to be the story of the next 30-40 years,” Blankfein said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.

How Does China Impact the Global Economy? (Video)

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Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Elizabeth C. Economy discusses the Chinese economy, natural resources, the pollution problem, the fallacies of referring to the C.C.P. as a “totalitarian regime”, and more on Bloomberg Television’s “...

China, the Death Star of Emerging Markets

William Pesek
Bloomberg
On any list of banking accidents waiting to happen, China is assured a place at the very top. But could a crash there take the entire global economy down with it?

Chinese Drivers Pollute Without Guilt

Adam Miner
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Chinese demand for private transportation soars while air-quality plummets. 

China Stocks Fall to Five-Month Low

Weiyi Lim
Bloomberg
Declines for technology and consumer shares have overshadowed a rally for Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. and raw-material companies.

If You Can't Beat the Shanghai Smog, Change the System

Adam Minter
Bloomberg
As the smog that has choked Shanghai for much of the last week reached hazardous levels, the city’s environmental authority adjusted standards downward to ensure that there won’t be so many frequent  air-quality alerts.

Joe Biden’s Unfinished Business With China

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Joe Biden’s trip to northeast Asia has left some in Japan feeling abandoned. By not demanding that China roll back its new “air-defense identification zone,” the U.S. vice president tacitly accepted the controversial zone as a fait accompli.