Journalists at Bloomberg LP may be breathing a sigh of relief this week.

That is, according to the New York Post, the time stamp on emails has now been removed. Apparently it revealed to everyone when employees swiped in and out of the building.

One employee revealed to the newspaper, “It was way overdue.”

The time stamp has been in effect ever since the company was founded; it stamped the time and status on every single email. Considering it was stamped by messages sent by reporters and salespeople, what if you have to leave the office early to interview a source? Or arrive late one morning? Yes, all of the time stamps were previously included on emails. Read more