Bloomberg Reporter

Bloomberg Reporter

Nobel goes to economists fighting global poverty

Nobel goes to economists fighting global poverty

Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer honoured for "experimental approach"

Facebook can be forced to remove content worldwide, judges rule

Facebook can be forced to remove content worldwide, judges rule

Social media giant says EU court decision on hateful posts "undermines a long-standing principle"

Johnson builds huge lead in Tory leadership race

Johnson builds huge lead in Tory leadership race

Johnson won 143 votes among Conservative MPs while his nearest rival Jeremy Hunt won 54. Rory Stewart had the fewest votes and was eliminated

Ten years of growth, but no one’s partying

Ten years of growth, but no one’s partying

The US’s gross domestic product has expanded only half as much as it did in the 1991-2001 boom

Ireland Stands by Its Central Bank Outsider - For Now

Ireland Stands by Its Central Bank Outsider - For Now

Ireland’s government is standing by its choice to run the country’s central bank - for now - as he finds himself at the centre of a political dispute in another country.

Pound hits four-month low on back of Brexit chaos

Pound hits four-month low on back of Brexit chaos

Sterling in longest run of losses ever against the euro, May faces pressure to resign after latest Brexit offer flops

Morgan Stanley appoints Paul Price to Irish role

Morgan Stanley appoints Paul Price to Irish role

Mr Price, global head of distribution at Morgan Stanley's investment management unit, will head up the bank's Dublin investment arm

Nissan’s ‘highly unusual’ perk for ousted boss

Nissan’s ‘highly unusual’ perk for ousted boss

Fallen auto titan Carlos Ghosn’s four children attended elite US college Stanford

Biogen shares plunge after Alzheimer’s drug setback

Biogen shares plunge after Alzheimer’s drug setback

Biotech giant halts late-stage trials as results disappoint

The meat-free revolution

The meat-free revolution

As the numbers of vegans and ‘flexitarians’ rise, meat substitutes of all kinds are becoming big business. Deena Shanker and Lydia Mulvany delve into some of the key quesions raised by this change in our appetites

Way clear for Lane’s ECB appointment

Way clear for Lane’s ECB appointment

Lane’s appointment sets the stage for a bigger succession contest

EU presses Ireland for no-deal border plan

EU presses Ireland for no-deal border plan

The EU has made clear that Ireland would be expected to police the border

Deutsche Bank watchdogs said to favour Europe deal for lender

Deutsche Bank watchdogs said to favour Europe deal for lender

Deutsche Bank’s key regulators would prefer the lender merge with a European rival rather than local competitor Commerzbank

New ECB chief will be in populist crosshairs

New ECB chief will be in populist crosshairs

Picking the next ECB head is part of a major reshuffle

It looks like Bitcoin has found a new bottom

It looks like Bitcoin has found a new bottom

Market ‘extremely oversold by most metrics’