Government Managing Editor, Bloomberg News
editor at Bloomberg News
bloomberg.com — Jobs centered on data have been falling into Ana Bertran Ortiz's lap since she finished her electrical engineering Ph.D. in 2007. The jobs all come from her command of statistics, making her a beneficiary of the growing demand by U.S.
bloomberg.com — As Carter Glass began to sketch out plans for a central bank in 1913, all the U.S. representative from Virginia had to do was read his mail to know he had nationwide support.
bloomberg.com — Andreas Spindler was well-served by Austria 's apprentice program, from which he graduated a decade ago. The skills he gained kept him employed steadily as a sous-chef in Vienna's finest eateries, including Cafe Central, the coffee house once favored by Sigmund Freud.
bloomberg.com — Robert Rummells, a U.S. Army Ranger for 22 years, says it was a natural transition when he opened a Mosquito Joe pest-control franchise in Richmond, Virginia, earlier this month.
bloomberg.com — Grupo Isolux Corsan SA's task of laying power lines across the Amazon jungle ran into an unexpected obstacle last year when Brazil took more than six months to grant visas for 200 specialized Chinese workers.
bloomberg.com — U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said he was briefed in March that an investigation was underway of IRS screening of nonprofit groups, though he didn't learn details of the findings until last week.
bloomberg.com — Five dozen teenagers hunched over computers in a hotel conference room near Washington, decrypting codes, cleaning malware and fending off network intrusions to score points in the finals of a national cybersecurity contest. Just hours later, the high-school students got a glimpse of the labor market's appetite for their skills as sponsors such as network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc.
bloomberg.com — James D. Jones III has been drafting new drawings of the piping at an Atlanta-area factory on a contract for ManpowerGroup Inc. (MAN) for the last 10 months. When this job ends, he says it will be easy to find another.
bloomberg.com — A brawl between Ecuador's ambassador to Peru and two local women in a Lima supermarket has set off a diplomatic crisis between the two Andean neighbors 15 years after signing peace accords to end more than a century of conflict.
bloomberg.com — When a recruiter called last year about a position as a mechanic in British Columbia, Paul Thomas said he could hardly believe it. Thomas's annual income had dropped to $40,000 a year from $100,000 as business slowed at the Atlanta auto dealership where he worked.
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