But Biden’s advertising advantage over Trump is more concerning for the president. Biden out-paced Trump more than 2-to-1 on the airwaves last week, according to the media tracking firm Advertising Analytics.

Preserve America officials have declined to name their donors, which will be revealed in campaign finance filings next month. But senior Republicans have said they expect the group to receive funding from Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus.

Adelson, the Republican Party’s most prominent giver, has a long history of cutting seven- and eight-figure checks to super PACs in the closing months of elections. Adelson and his wife, Miriam, have given $50 million to Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC devoted to protecting the Republican majority in the upper congressional chamber. The couple also gave $20 million to a pro-Trump group during the final weeks of

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Miami, Florida, March 3, 2020- Billionaire Mike Bloomberg walks by one of the iconic rooster statues along Calle Ocho as he campaigns in Little Havana along with former City of Miami Mayor Manny Diaz. Bloomberg says he’ll spend $100 million to help Joe Biden win Florida.

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Progressive activists backing Joe Biden in Florida say they’ve made millions of phone calls, sent hundreds of thousands of text messages and even written thousands of letters to convince voters to support the Democratic presidential nominee.

But one thing they’re largely not doing — and growing increasingly worried about — is talking to voters face-to-face.

Now, with the number of coronavirus cases down from their July peak in Florida and Election Day less than six weeks away, the state’s largest left-leaning grassroots organizations and political field operations are making a last-minute push to get back in front of voters in

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(Reuters) – China’s ByteDance Ltd is seeking a valuation of $60 billion for TikTok as Oracle Corp and Walmart Inc take stakes in the short-video app’s business to address U.S. security concerns, Bloomberg News reported on Sunday, citing an unnamed person familiar with the matter.

Oracle will take a 12.5% stake in TikTok Global and store all its U.S. user data in its cloud to comply with U.S. national security requirements, the companies said on Saturday. Retail giant Walmart said it would take a 7.5% stake.

The two companies would pay a combined $12 billion for their stakes if they agree to a $60 billion asking price, Bloomberg reported. https://bloom.bg/33H3rT6

ByteDance, TikTok, Oracle and Walmart did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the report.

The final valuation had

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The latest cover of Bloomberg Businessweek features an illustration of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a ‘Make America Great Again hat’.



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The September 21, 2020 issue of Mike Bloomberg’s Bloomberg Businessweek shows Zuckerberg MAD Magazine-style in President Donald Trump’s iconic red hat, grinning, along with the caption, “What, Me Partisan? How a 100% totally super-neutral social platform friended Trump.”

Bloomberg‘s cover article, titled, “Facebook Needs Trump Even More Than Trump Needs Facebook,” documents Facebook employees alleged concerns over “Facebook’s proximity to the Right” and Zuckerberg’s relationship with the president — who he secretly met for dinner at the White House last year.

“Employees fear Zuckerberg’s commitment to

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Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg gets the Alfred E. Neuman treatment on the cover of the Sept. 21 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek—which includes a headline, “What, Me Partisan?,” that plays on Mad Magazine mascot Neuman’s famous catchphrase (“What, Me Worry?”) Alfred E. Zuckerberg, let’s call him, is shown wearing a Make America Great Again hat, while a sarcastic subhead drives home the gist of the cover story: “How a 100% totally super-neutral social platform friended Trump.”

The web version of the story carries the headline “Facebook Needs Trump Even More Than Trump Needs Facebook” (subhead: “Employees fear Zuckerberg’s commitment to free speech is more about protecting the president than the company’s ideals”). The piece opens with an anecdote about Zuckerberg supposedly sucking up to Trump over a private White House dinner (at least according to Trump himself,

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Pampering the affluent is big business. Whether they’re in the office or on the road, the well-off demand to be fed and lodged, kept secure in clean surroundings, groomed, entertained and otherwise fussed over.

That’s why Covid-19 lockdowns have had such a devastating impact on workers in the industrialized world. In the U.S., one in four workers provide these kinds of personal services.

Many of those jobs will never come back. Even if vaccines and therapies manage to tame the pandemic, it seems likely that the wealthier classes will work from home more, and travel less.

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The broader trend of digitization, which enables remote working and discourages business travel, will create a tsunami of economic consequences everywhere. Since the worldwide lockdowns began, there’s been astonishingly rapid growth in digital services covering everything from health care to home deliveries. A decade of expected advances in

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Goodbye, BusinessWeek. Hello, Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

BusinessWeek acquirer Bloomberg L.P. plans to slap its name on the venerable business title as it seeks to bolster its B2B assets with the power of the iconic consumer weekly.

The privately held business information company on Oct. 13 announced that it had agreed to buy the struggling title from The McGraw-Hill Cos.

Bloomberg had widely been considered the frontrunner for the money-losing business newsweekly, in part because it presumably was willing to pay more than other bidders. The company apparently had already carved out space in its office building for BusinessWeek in preparation for an eventual deal.

Terms weren’t disclosed, but observers had reckoned that McGraw-Hill would have a hard time getting much for BusinessWeek, considering it was on track to lose around $70 million this year.

BusinessWeek reported on its Web site that Bloomberg’s cash offer was in the $2 million to $5

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HONG KONG, July 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Metis Global Limited (“Metis”) is proud to receive the “Excellence Award of Trustee Service” granted by Bloomberg Businessweek for two consecutive years.

Dr. Cheung Man, The Founder and Chairman of Metis Global Group
Dr. Cheung Man, The Founder and Chairman of Metis Global Group

The year 2019 has been an important milestone for Metis as they have received the “Excellence Award of Trustee Service” granted by Bloomberg Businessweek while they celebrated their 5th anniversary. In 2020, with the market atmosphere, Metis had taken a more prudent, careful, and cautious planning to innovate to stay ahead of the game.

The Founder and Chairman of Metis Global Group, Dr. Cheung Man Fai said: “We are proud to receive this award for the second time in a row. After winning the award in 2019, we have taken a more cautious attitude and listen to the needs of our partners and clients. We also took the initiative

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