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Anchor and Editor-at-Large, In The Loop — Bloomberg News

Anchor/Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg TV. Author: Work Smarts: What CEOs Say You Need to Know to Get Ahead. Retweets are not endorsements.

London’s Johnson Says Brexit Unlikely If EU Terms Renegotiated — (Bloomberg) -- The U.K. probably won't leave the European Union because it's likely to reach agreement with other member states over the terms of its membership, London Mayor Boris Johnson said.

Southern Co. CEO Says Customers Won’t Pay for Reactor Delays — (Bloomberg) -- Southern Co. and its electricity customers in Georgia won't pay for contractor cost increases from an 18-month delay on two nuclear reactors being built. "Customers will not be impacted," Chief Executive Officer Tom Fanning said Wednesday in an interview on Bloomberg Television. "Southern Co. won't absorb those costs.

How to Make and Pack Dumplings for Lunch — As a defiant response to Sad Desk Lunches, the Food52 team works to keep our midday meals both interesting and pretty. Each week, we'll be sharing our happiest desk lunches -- and we want to see yours, too. Today: Stuff some dumplings, then stuff your face for lunch.

Dolphins Owner Ross Says NFL Commissioner Goodell ‘Not a Liar’ — Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he supports National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell in the Ray Rice domestic violence case. "Roger is not a liar," Ross said today in a telephone interview, adding that he does not believe Goodell had seen a tape of Rice punching his fiancee before imposing a two-game suspension that women's advocates criticized as too lenient.

The Leadership Trait Behind AIG's Massive Turnaround — And it has nothing to do with using bad language... Bob Benmosche is now the former CEO of AIG, having stepped down at the beginning of this month. Before that day, I had a chance to spend some time with him in Croatia, a place he fell in love with a decade ago and to where he told his family he would retire.

Wall Street Dealmaker Jimmy Lee Talks About Things Nobody Likes to Talk About

Failure? That's Real Life.

GM Victim Program Sees ‘Cautious Optimism,’ Feinberg Says — Ken Feinberg, the lawyer managing General Motors Co.'s program to compensate victims of ignition flaws that led to at least 13 deaths, said the plan details are winning support from stakeholders. There's "a cautious optimism," Feinberg said today on Bloomberg Television.

GM Victims’ Fund to Have ‘Modest’ Window for Claims — Kenneth Feinberg, who is managing General Motors Co. (GM) 's fund to compensate victims of ignition flaws linked to at least 13 deaths, said there will be a modest window for filing applications after it starts accepting claims around Aug. 1. "This program can't go on forever," Feinberg told Bloomberg Television today.

The Little Things That Lead to Big Things — (Reading up before an interview with Howard Buffett, Tony Blair in 2013) Years ago, when I first began as a cub reporter at Dow Jones Newswires, an editor gave me a valuable piece of advice. He knew I'd just graduated with basically zero knowledge of business.
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Mar 27, 2015

.@PopeyesChicken CEO tells me not jumping into breakfast anytime soon. No Louisiana-spiced shrimp to go w/ yr morning coffee and #ITL show?

Mar 26, 2015

.@Paychex CEO says Affordable Care Act and immigration reform are sparking growth in HR support.

Mar 26, 2015

An appetite for megadeals. @NBuhayar on why Warren #Buffett is still hungry with cash to burn after $46b Kraft deal.

Mar 26, 2015

What I learned while touring the @CarnivalCruise ship: they steer the hulking vessel with THIS tiny joystick.

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