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Bloomberg LP Chairman Peter Grauer Recognized as a Leading Global Champion of Diversity in the Workplace

Financial Times Ranks Grauer Among the Top Allies for LGTBQ Equality and Gender Diversity
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Bloomberg Chairman Peter Grauer has been recognized this year by two of the top diversity and inclusion rankings by the Financial Times, a testament to his advocacy for an inclusive workplace.

First Look at the New Bloomberg HQ: Why Norman Foster's Design Is a Triumph

Norman Foster’s new Bloomberg HQ is a triumph of green design and a lesson in good manners for future development in the Square Mile
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By Robert Bevan

Not many will mourn the passing of Bucklersbury House and Temple Court. Designed in 1953 for a site next to the Mansion House and completed five years later, they set the architectural direction for the post-war City of London. At 14 and 15 storeys high, they were the first office buildings to break the 100ft height limit, entirely ignore the street pattern and prioritise parking at the expense of pedestrians. 

Bloomberg's New European Headquarters Rated the Most Sustainable Office Building Design

Sets new standard in sustainable office design with highest BREEAM rating under latest scheme
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Opening later this month in the city of London, Bloomberg's new European headquarters is the world's most sustainable office building, as designed. The building achieved an 'Outstanding' rating against the BREEAM sustainability assessment method, with a 98.5% score.

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Bloomberg’s New European Headquarters Rated World’s Most Sustainable Office Building

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Originally posted on www.bloomberg.com

LONDON, October 3, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Opening later this month in the City of London, Bloomberg’s new European headquarters is the world’s most sustainable office building, as designed. The building achieved an ‘Outstanding’ rating against the BREEAM sustainability assessment method, with a 98.5% score. This is the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office development.

Q&A About Data Science Code of Ethics With Lilian Huang of Data for Democracy

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A new initiative from Bloomberg, BrightHive, and Data for Democracy is looking to create shared values on the ethics of data science.

Bloomberg Signs Amicus Brief Opposing Trump's Travel Ban

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Originally posted on www.insidesources.com

While often rivals in business, Google, Facebook, and Amazon are among 161 tech companies collectively asking the Supreme Court to strike down the Trump administration’s second travel ban. The companies range from sharing economy businesses Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb, to the entertainment giant Netflix, to the internet provider Verizon, to music streamers Pandora and Spotify.

Natalia Adler: Building – and Using – Data Collaboratives to Help Children

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Natalia Adler describes herself as a problem-solver, not a data scientist. When she came to work at UNICEF’s New York headquarters after seven years in Nicaragua and Mozambique, she joined the data research and policy division. “I immediately saw that, even though we do all sorts of data work, we were behind on the data science component,” says Adler, now a data, research, and policy manager at UNICEF (The United Nations Children’s Fund). “And if you want to make progress on that front, you need to access to big data – however, most relevant datasets sit with corporations.”

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