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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Kedrosky’

Bloomberg View to Launch Tomorrow

Last we heard, Bloomberg View, Michael Bloomberg’s attempt to spread the Gospel Of Bloomberg after he leaves us as Mayor, was going to launch at the end of this month. Today Adweek cites a source claiming that the day of reckoning will actually be tomorrow, along with some other insights:

Bloomberg View’s first columns will come from Ron Klain, the former chief of staff to Vice Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden; author William Cohan; and Tufts international politics professor Vali Nasr. Bloomberg News writers Margaret Carlson, William Pesek, Paul Kedrosky, and Amity Shlaes will also have columns out late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.

Prepare yourselves: The dawn of a new era in Bloomberg’s world is almost upon us. The question – as always – is if anyone will actually pay attention.

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Infectious Greed’s Paul Kedrosky Joins Bloomberg

Paul Kedrosky is joining Bloomberg as its newest contributor across multiple platforms, including video, radio, television and online at Bloomberg.com. The gig allows Kedrosky to continue operating his blog, Infectious Greed, covering “finance and the money culture.” Kedrosky has previously worked as an analyst for CNBC and as a contributor for TheStreet.com.

In a blog post about his new position, Kedrosky attempts to answer that age-old (or, well, a few years-old) question plaguing certain bloggers: Is he selling out?:

Yes. I mean, it would be stupid to pretend that there isn’t money involved. There is. (All upfront, and all in renminbi, of course. I have ace counsel.) But doing it just for the money would be boring. This simply seems like fun, and I’m interested in partnering with someone who can help grow a bigger audience for the sorts of things I like to do. And it helps that Bloomberg has more data than I do. A lot more.

So there you have it. Paul Kedrosky: The most honest man in finance journalism.