Norman Pearlstine


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  • American Politics and the Media: Bloomberg Panel

    Aug. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Jill Abramson, executive editor of the New York Times, Mike Murphy, Republican political strategist, Charles Spies, founder of Restore Our Future, and Bill Burton, senior strategist with Priorities USA, participate in a panel discussion about U.S. politics and the media at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. The panel is moderated by Al Hunt, Washington editor at Bloomberg News. Norman Pearlstine, chief content officer at Bloomberg News, Geoffrey Cowan of the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Trey Grayson of Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and David Lauter of the Los Angeles Times also speak. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Lilly CEO Urges Extension of Research Tax Credit (Transcript)

    Eli Lilly & Co. Chief Executive Officer John Lechleiter said during a panel discussion in Washington that U.S. lawmakers should renew the research-and- development tax credit to make it easier for companies to compete globally. The Oct. 5 event, sponsored by Harvard University and the Business Roundtable and hosted by Bloomberg News in Washington, centered on ways to spur innovation.

  • Bloomberg Businessweek Wins National Magazine Award

  • U.S. Stability Needed Amid Europe Crisis, Immelt Says

    The U.S. needs to be a “beacon of stability” amid the European debt crisis that triggered a rout in stock markets, General Electric Co. Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt said.

  • AT&T’s Stephenson Says Blocking T-Mobile Deal Will Lead to Higher Prices

    AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson said the blocking of the company’s proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA Inc. by regulators will lead to higher prices for consumers.

  • Maehara Says Japan Working to Mend Ties With China

    Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara said Japan is working to mend frayed ties with China while at the same time looking for alternative sources of rare earth metals.

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