The former New York mayor has said before he would likely sell Bloomberg LP if elected, which his campaign affirmed on Tuesday.
Bloomberg has risen sharply in recent opinion polls in the race for the Democratic nomination to challenge Trump in the Nov. 3 election after pouring hundreds of millions of his own dollars into advertising in states that vote in March or later.
Donald Trump cannot drag the US into another war ahead of an election and Iran is suffering from a crumbling economy and an increasingly frustrated populace.
The bank lowered its one-week repo rate 325 basis points from 19.75 percent to 16.50 percent.
Hiroto Saikawa, the chief executive of scandal-plagued Nissan, acknowledged receiving inappropriate payments from the Japanese automaker but denied he ordered it or knew about it.
Specific details of the Turkey-US agreement over safe-zones in Syria have not been officially announced, but there is hardly an entity which hasn't presented its own version about what happened behind closed doors.
Facebook acknowledged the transcriptions, which were first reported by Bloomberg, and said they were made with user permission but the practice has nonetheless been stopped.
US officials accused Huawei of facilitating Chinese spying. Bloomberg reported Huawei employees worked on at least 10 research projects with Chinese armed forces, collaborations the company said it was not aware of.
North Korea is saying that it had test-fired a new type of "tactical guided weapon," its first such test in nearly half a year. The country is also demanding the removal of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from talks over its nuclear programme.
Top officials from the world's two biggest economies held two days of talks, hoping to at least create sufficient goodwill to stave off an escalation of their tariff war. The talks ended without any signs of specific progress.
A report in a major publication alleges that Turkey is considering granting US defence companies access to Russian military know-how as part of its deal to buy the Patriot missile system from the US. Is this even a feasible scenario?
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman smiled and took selfies with cheering delegates during his 15-minute appearance on the opening day of the three-day Future Investment Initiative amid the crisis in the kingdom over Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
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