Politics Michael Bloomberg

  • NYC Comptroller: Going to watch every dollar

    New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer (D), discusses the health of New York City's pension fund, and how his team is working smart.

  • Wealthy donate big this season

    America's wealthiest philanthropists donated a total of more than $3.4 billion to charity, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. CNBC's Robert Frank and Dominic Chu discuss.

  • Bill de Blasio

    Bill de Blasio took the oath of office on Wednesday, formally becoming the 109th mayor of New York City while pledging to pursue a sweeping liberal agenda.

  • Looks like Cuccinelli will lose: Costa

    Dissecting Tuesday's elections for New York City's mayor, and Virginia and New Jerseys' governors, with Democratic strategist Steve McMahon, and National Review's Robert Costa.

  • Bill de Blasio, New York City Mayoral candidate.

    Democrat Bill de Blasio seems headed to be New York's next mayor. But Wall Street's worries about his election are unwarranted, some observers say.

  • World's most powerful

    CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Michael Noer, Forbes, discuss the magazine rankings of the most powerful and influential leaders in the world.

  • One year after Sandy: NYC real estate

    Discussing the recovery projects from Sandy in downtown Manhattan, with Rudin Management vice chairman & CEO Bill Rudin. "With tremendous leadership, we got the Federal money for recovery," he says.

  • Mayor Michael Bloomberg

    As Mayor Michael Bloomberg's long reign draws to a close, some of New York's ealthiest expressed alarm at a future without the billionaire at the city's helm.

  • Catsimatidis: Bloomberg had courage, so do I

    Republican candidate for New York City Mayor John Catsimatidis makes his case for office, discusses Bloomberg's "courage," and efforts in North America to become energy independent.

  • An officer shows a video camera worn by some officers in Oakland, Calif.

    Police officers wearing video cameras has raised privacy concerns and practicality gripes. NBC News reports.

  • NYC's pension fix?

    Republican candidate for New York City major Joe Lhota shares his plans for pensions, and discusses the biggest difference between him and John Catsimatidis.

  • Soda's big win in court

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest details on New York's soda ban.

  • A customer eats with a 21 ounce cups of soda at a Manhattan McDonalds on September 13, 2012 in New York City.

    New York City's plan to ban large sugary drinks from restaurants and other eateries was an illegal overreach of executive power, a state appeals court ruled on Tuesday.

  • Red Apple CEO Eyes NYC Mayoral Race

    John Catsimatidis, Red Apple Group CEO, says his business and investing experience should convince voters he's the best candidate to replace current New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

  • Women Charged With Sending Ricin Letters

    A Texas woman was charged with sending ricin letters to frame her husband, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

  • Ricin In Letter Sent to Bloomberg

    A letter sent to NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg contained ricin, and Rep. Michele Bachmann won't seek a 5th term in Congress, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Mayor Michael Bloomberg

    New York police said two anonymous letters sent to Mayor Michael Bloomberg contained traces of the deadly poison ricin.

  • Bloomberg Hires Sam Palmisano to Review Policies

    The mass media company is taking steps to review the relationship between its news division and its commercial operations, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • The Bloomberg Breach Fallout

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports key questions remain unanswered about the spreading controversy surrounding the privacy violation at the financial news and data company.

  • The Many Faces Behind Facebook

    Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO & editor-in-chief; and Steve Bertoni, Forbes associate editor, discuss how the social networking company has grown up in the past twelve months.