September 24, 2018 Issue
Miss America has been trying to evolve for the #MeToo era. It’ll have to do a lot more to fix a funding death spiral and an internal revolt.
The Bloomberg View
Leaving national supervisors in charge of money laundering is a mistake.
CCCC, Belt and Road’s biggest builder, is besieged by allegations of fraud, corruption, and environmental damage.
Shannon Liss-Riordan says the company has wrongfully terminated thousands of workers for being too old. Can she make it stick?
A first-of-its-kind study shows that women hold only 47¢ for every dollar of equity men do.
To help autonomous vehicles solve inclement conditions, WaveSense will sell a sensor that can see below the ground.
Down payment assistance programs again draw federal government scrutiny.
Christian Sewing knows how to bring down expenses, but some say he lacks a grand vision.
Central bank Chairman Jerome Powell is working the halls of Congress.
Long before Florence, the city’s buyout program was helping residents leave flood-prone areas.
At the Global Action Climate Summit, the former U.S. vice president talks to Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber about the sustainability revolution.
Welcome to the world of alberghi diffusi, where tiny villages are going all-in on tourism to save themselves.
The Cezeta, which was nicknamed “the pig” during its 1960s heyday, gets reimagined as a glamorous e-scooter.
Sobrasada is cropping up on calzones, in soups, and even in spoonfuls on its own. Just don’t call it soppressata.
Doris Kearns Goodwin’s new book, Leadership: In Turbulent Times, details how four former presidents handled crises effectively. It’s a strangely comforting read.
The Infinity Rooms artist has a new partnership with MoMa Design Store that will set your wheels spinning.