The Day After
It was the morning after the presidential election on the set of Bloomberg Television’s In the Loop, and Leo Hindery Jr., a partner at InterMedia Partners and a sometime adviser to Democratic officials, was pumping his arms in an off-air shimmy.
“Ohio, baby,” he said, naming the point in the previous night’s returns when he’d begun to celebrate. Then the cameras rolled, host Betty Liu repeated the question, and the private equity investor stifled a smile.
Thanks to a strict press limit, and a boycott by golf writers, there were only three wire reporters inside the heavily-draped room for Tiger Wood’s rather robotic mea culpa this morning.
“It was unlike any other golf press conference I have been involved with,” said Bloomberg News‘ golf writer Michael Buteau, who Read More
Having scored his new magazine a sit-down with President Obama after only a couple of months on the job, new BusinessWeek editor—and Observer insurgent—Josh Tyrangiel went along with his reporters to the White House.
“Being in the Oval Office is one of the most surreal experiences of your life,” Mr. Tyrangiel said Read More