City Leaders Hope $5 Million Bloomberg Grant Will Help Curb Violent Crime In BaltimoreNearing the end of a violent year, city leaders are taking new steps to end the carnage in Baltimore.
Goldman Sachs CEO; Bloomberg Set To Grow Small Baltimore BusinessesMichael Bloomberg and Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO of Goldman Sachs are helping educate, fund, and advise small business owners in the City, in what's called 10,000 Small Businesses in Baltimore.
Bloomberg Makes $300M Donation To Hopkins School Of Public HealthMichael Bloomberg has made a monumental donation to the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
N.Y. Mayor Bloomberg Endorses Frosh For Md. Attorney GeneralNew York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is endorsing Maryland state Sen. Brian Frosh in his bid for attorney general.
Carlyle Group Funds Fight Of Lou Gehrig's DiseaseBloomberg LP CEO Daniel Doctoroff is joining with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and David Rubenstein of Washington-based private equity firm The Carlyle Group to fund a $25 million initiative for treatment of Lou Gehrig's disease.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg To Speak On Same-Sex MarriageNew York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coming to Maryland to speak in favor of same-sex marriage in Maryland.
Roland Park Elementary Students Take Pledge Against Sugary DrinksWith New York City set to enact a controversial ban on the sale of large sugary drinks, a Baltimore school is also getting into the act, but in a much different way.
New York City Mayor Attends Dedication For Hopkins' New Billion Dollar Facility National and international leaders visited East Baltimore Thursday. Johns Hopkins Hospital dedicated its new, billion-dollar facility with the help of Middle Eastern royals and New York City's mayor.
NYC Mayor Releases Redacted Taxes, Details GiftingMayor Michael Bloomberg is again refusing to release his unedited income taxes. But the heavily redacted documents provided Friday by his administration do provide a peek into the lifestyle and giftmaking of one of the world's richest men.
Federal Authorities To Use Emergency Warning Mobile AlertsFederal authorities are planning to revolutionize how we get emergency warnings, and they're using the technology most Americans keep with them every minute of every day.