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Advertising Week 2015 proved to be a star-studded week complete with A-list media players like Sheryl Sandberg and Tim Armstrong, as well as Hollywood celebs like Jessica Alba and Snoop […]
Josh Tyrangiel, who oversees all media content for Bloomberg—including digital, TV and radio—and is editor of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, is leaving the company.
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Bloomberg LP is launching a new franchise that involves an unprecedented amount of collaboration between its business units. The Year Ahead: 2014, a primer for CEOs, will involve 10 platforms across the company producing a special issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, a two-day conference in Chicago, an online research tool and TV and radio content.