What to expect from Apple's iPad, MacBook overhauls
Apple Inc. said it will hold a product announcement Oct. 30 in Brooklyn, New York, likely to unveil new iPads and Mac computers.
How attractive are Nigeria’s debt instruments?
Nigeria's Debt Management Office is currently on a roadshow in New York as the country is on a search for investors for its 2.8 billion-dollar Eurobond issuance.
Men's fashion week kicks off in New York
Menswear designers showcase their offerings for Spring 2019 in New York, including wearable art, pants with a twist.
Top Managers on the Active Outlook
Michelle Seitz, chairman and chief executive officer of Russell Investments, and Jean Raby, chief executive officer of Natixis Investment Managers, discuss how asset managers are grappling passive investing trends with Bloomberg's Caroline Gage at the Bloomberg Invest Summit in New York.
Racism revelations from New York to Paris
Media Watch takes a look at a viral video that shows brazen, aggressive racism from a fan of Donald Trump. A New York lawyer was filmed "flipping out" over Spanish being spoken by staff at a deli in Manhattan.
NY att. general prosecuting Weinstein resigns over assault claims
New York's attorney general Eric Schneiderman resigns over assault allegations.
New York nanny convicted in murders of two children
A New York nanny was found guilty on Wednesday of stabbing to death two children in her care at their luxury Manhattan apartment, in a case that drew national headlines.
Former Nazi guard living in limbo
Former Nazi concentration camp guard Yakiv Palij is now in his 90s and living quietly in New York. Due to revelations of his Nazi past, he has been stripped of his US citizenship. But deporting him for trial is complicated.