Bleeping Computer: Bloomberg Crypto X account snafu leads to Discord phishing attack. “The official Twitter account for Bloomberg Crypto was used earlier today to redirect users to a deceptive website that stole Discord credentials in a phishing attack. As first spotted by crypto fraud investigator ZachXBT, the profile contained a link to a Telegram channel with 14,000 members, further pushing visitors to join a fake Bloomberg Discord server with 33,968 members.”
PR Newswire: Bloomberg Law Introduces Brief Analyzer, New AI Tool For Review And Analysis Of Legal Briefs (PRESS RELEASE)
PR Newswire: Bloomberg Law Introduces Brief Analyzer, New AI Tool For Review And Analysis Of Legal Briefs (PRESS RELEASE). “Brief Analyzer enables Bloomberg Law subscribers to quickly and securely upload a legal brief for analysis. Leveraging machine learning techniques, Brief Analyzer reviews the text of the uploaded document to identify authorities cited in the brief and additionally suggests other content for review, including relevant cases not cited in the brief, similar briefs from other dockets, and Practical Guidance.”
AdWeek: Bloomberg Focuses on Climate Change With New Vertical. “Bloomberg Media went live with a new publication today about climate change called Bloomberg Green, which will also include a podcast, events, newsletters and a print magazine.”
Apple Demands Retraction Of Bloomberg’s Big ‘Chip Infiltration’ Story; Bloomberg Has Some Explaining To Do (Techdirt)
Techdirt: Apple Demands Retraction Of Bloomberg’s Big ‘Chip Infiltration’ Story; Bloomberg Has Some Explaining To Do. “A few weeks ago, Bloomberg published a giant story claiming that Chinese spies did a somewhat daring supply chain hack on American big tech firms. The gist of the story was that servers from Super Micro had hidden chips that somehow were then used by Apple and Amazon (not to mention the US government), that allowed someone in China to access certain data. The story was a blockbuster that got everyone talking. But, almost as soon as it came out, a bunch of people started raising questions about the story. While the Bloomberg reporters claimed over a dozen sources, both Apple and Amazon came out with incredibly strong denials. Way stronger than is common in these situations.” When the story first came out several people sent it to me but I did not put […]
Twitter Blog: Finding the news in the noise. “As Bloomberg recently announced, we are expanding our partnership so that Bloomberg can now provide a new, real-time feed of curated Twitter data to its enterprise customers. Algorithmic traders using Bloomberg’s Event Driven Feeds product can now access potentially market-moving Tweets curated by Bloomberg technologies and expertise and enriched with Bloomberg insights and metadata.”
Los Angeles Times: Bloomberg and Twitter launch TicToc, a live-streaming video news channel. “Twitter users can now tune into TicToc, a live-streaming channel by Bloomberg Media, to catch up on the day’s news — and soon, the companies say, the channel will offer updates around the clock.” Because in 2017, the thing I want most in the world is TO HEAR MORE NEWS. Ugh.
Engadget: Twitter’s own 24-hour news channel will be made by Bloomberg. “Twitter’s evolution into a broadcast platform is getting more notable with the news that it is teaming up with Bloomberg. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the financial outfit will build a rolling, 24-hour news channel exclusively for Twitter.”
Nieman Lab: This handy little tool draws from Bloomberg data to add financial context on top of any news article
Nieman Lab: This handy little tool draws from Bloomberg data to add financial context on top of any news article. “A new tool built for Bloomberg by the New York-based mobile and web development agency Postlight cuts the fact-finding process for those interested in the financial context around companies and people that appear in the news to a single step. Called Bloomberg Lens, the tool will find companies and people names in any news article — not just Bloomberg’s — and overlay key facts like such as stock prices or a person’s previous company affiliations.” Currently available for Chrome and iOS, with Android coming soon.
More Twitter: Twitter is teaming up with Bloomberg. “Bloomberg Media and Twitter announced a partnership to livestream select programs from Bloomberg TV — extending the network’s reach beyond its relatively small TV audience and furthering the social network’s aim to be the home for live content.”
Twitter and Bloomberg are teaming up (more). “Bloomberg (@Bloomberg) was the first financial software platform to integrate Tweets for its customers, beginning in April 2013. Today, they are significantly increasing the amount of Twitter data available on their platform @TheTerminal, improving the alerts provided through the Bloomberg Social Velocity tool. Twitter data plays a crucial role in helping watch for unexpected jumps in conversation volume, which can be a critical indicator for traders.”