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Financial writer discusses the downgrade of R1 RCM stock after New Mountain's buyout offer, as Deutsche Bank predicts a potential bidding war.
Deutsche Bank has upgraded newly public BrightSpring Health Services (BTSG) to buy, citing valuation. Read more here.
Deutsche Bank AG’s decision to force workers into the office more frequently has met with fierce internal criticism, demonstrating the challenges in reversing a policy introduced during the Covid pandemic.
Citigroup Inc.’s former co-head of rates trading Pedro Goldbaum has joined Deutsche Bank AG as Germany’s biggest bank makes a push into the US bond market.
Read the discussion of Musk’s pricey disdain for anyone tracking his private plane from the latest episode of Elon, Inc.
Harvard University is considering the sale of as much as $1.65 billion of bonds, marking the latest Ivy League school to sell debt this year, and potentially providing a sign of how it’s financially faring after months of turmoil over allegations of antisemitism on campus.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government introduced an online safety law, joining European countries in trying to compel internet companies to actively regulate and remove harmful content.
The US government is fast approaching yet another shutdown unless Congress approves new funding by looming deadlines on March 1 and March 8. With the Democratic-led Senate and Republican-led House still far apart on the measures, another temporary funding patch or a shutdown are becoming more likely. Memories remain fresh of the longest shutdown in US history, lasting 35 days in late 2018 into early 2019, over President Donald Trump’s insistence on adding $5.7 billion to the budget for a wall on
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A federal appeals court intervened to reverse the transfer of SpaceX’s lawsuit against the US labor board from Texas to California.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and his team never acted with bad intentions when he failed to immediately disclose his hospitalization over complications from prostate-cancer surgery, according to a Pentagon review of the episode.
California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a new recall effort from some of the same organizers who tried and failed to unseat him in 2021.
The US used artificial intelligence to identify targets hit by air strikes in the Middle East this month, a defense official said, revealing growing military use of the technology for combat. Bloomberg's Katrina Manson joins Ed Ludlow on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
The White House denounced Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s assertion that his criminal indictments have increased his support among Black voters.
BYD Co. has been contacted by the Italian government as part of the country’s efforts to attract a second car manufacturer beyond Fiat maker Stellantis NV.
At the SAG awards over the weekend, the twin strikes were a major topic of conversation, with the SAG-AFTRA president presenting AI as one of the union's biggest concerns. Nick Lynes, co-CEO and co-founder of Flawless, a company that uses generative AI to correct out of sync dubbing and more, weighs in on the evolving relationship between Hollywood and AI. He joins Ed Ludlow on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Alphabet Inc. is falling amid renewed fears that the Google owner’s missteps in artificial intelligence are putting its search business at risk.
The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its scrutiny of solar companies in the US, asking for information about their supply chains, an indication the Biden administration is poised to toughen enforcement of a ban on products linked to Chinese forced labor.
Charter Communications Inc. is exploring a takeover of smaller rival Altice USA Inc., according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Brian Kahn, whose role in the collapse of a US hedge fund has drawn scrutiny from prosecutors and battered shares of B. Riley Financial Inc., has been accused of defaulting on parts of a settlement meant to help repay investors who lost hundreds of millions of dollars.
Jeff Bezos, Nvidia and other big technology names are investing in a business that’s developing human-like robots, according to sources, part of a scramble to find new applications for artificial intelligence. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman joins Ed Ludlow on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Apollo Global Management Inc. has held talks with the lenders of its portfolio company CareerBuilder about potentially merging the job-search website with another firm, according to people familiar with the matter.
Martin Currie head of long-term unconstrained strategies Zehrid Osmani joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the state of tech markets and which companies leveraging generative AI he is looking at on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
The US Supreme Court struggled to find a middle ground on the application of free-speech principles to the internet, as the justices reviewed Republican-backed laws that would sharply restrict the editorial discretion of the largest social media companies.
The US Commerce Department is adding computer networking company Sandvine Inc. to a blacklist that will effectively ban it from obtaining US technology, according to a government disclosure.
Hedge fund interest in a popular trading strategy that’s meant to profit from price gaps between cash Treasuries and futures appears to be fading, according to Deutsche Bank AG.
An increase in share buybacks during fourth quarter earnings reports is the latest sign that companies are feeling better about their financial situation despite higher interest rates.
European banks are set to hand investors a record 120 billion euros ($130 billion) in dividends and share buybacks this year, analysts say, returning more of the profits reaped from a period of higher interest rates. Bank of Ireland on Monday became the latest lender to announce a hike in payouts, joining others including BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and Santander in promising more cash for their investors. Switzerland's UBS this month pledged to restart its buyback programme, while state-owned Italian lender Monte dei Paschi di Siena announced it would pay its first dividend in 13 years.
Historically, this stock-market rally is nearly off the charts, Deutsche Bank says.
One CEO has been caught in the fallout from a souring leveraged buyout. Another is trying to make his business profitable after years of losses. And one founder is in a bitter dispute with his lenders after he was recently stripped of all executive roles.
Microsoft Corp., under mounting political scrutiny globally for its deep ties to OpenAI, has cut a deal with the startup’s primary competition in Europe.
Nordea Bank Abp Chief Executive Officer Frank Vang-Jensen last year earned about 40 times more than the bank’s average employee, up from around 20 times since he took over four years ago.
European Union states still aren’t doing enough to stop Russia getting hold of sanctioned technologies for use in weapons to wage war on Ukraine, according to officials familiar with the matter.
Milder-than-normal temperatures are on Bloomberg Green’s radar today.
Amer Sports (AS) sees positive ratings from Wall Street analysts after the expiration of its quiet period, with potential growth catalysts ahead. Read more.
Domino’s Pizza Inc. rose after fourth-quarter US comparable sales beat expectations, bucking a trend among fast-food chains.