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Check out this article written by Ravi Somaiya of The New York Times about happenings at Bloomberg. Read it here…
Some of the changes are small. He had struggled to find the paper towel dispensers, artfully hidden behind the mirrors in the company bathrooms, so he had them labeled with arrows. Emails between staff members are marked with the time the employee entered the office, a measure that has been reinstated since Mr. Bloomberg returned and that some suspect is intended to encourage employees to arrive earlier (or to shame them for arriving late). In a memo, he asked his staff members to make sure their security cards do not cover their name badges so that he can identify them more easily.
Some of the changes are big. The company’s chief executive, Daniel L. Doctoroff, stepped down last year after it became clear that Mr. Bloomberg wanted to make his own decisions. Late last year the founder and longtime head of the news operation, Matthew Winkler, was moved aside and given an honorary title. He was replaced by John Micklethwait, the editor of The Economist. Mr. Bloomberg oversaw the process. Mr. Winkler’s deputy, Laurie Hays, once seen as his heir apparent, left shortly afterward. Read more…
Listen in to “The Hays Advantage” on Bloomberg Radio, for an interview with Jeff Bradley, Chief Executive Officer of Globe Specialty Metals, a Healy Corp client. Click here to listen (please fast forward to 39:49).
Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) –- Globe Specialty Metals CEO Jeff Bradley discusses the production of silicon metal and silicon-based specialty alloys. He speaks on “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg) Click here to see interview.
(Globe Specialty Metals is a Healy Corp client.)
Check out this recent Business News Network Canada TV interview with Jeff Bradley, Chief Executive Officer of Globe Specialty Metals, a Healy Corp Client.
An interview on The Street with Alan Kestenbaum, Executive Chairman of Globe Specialty Metals, a Healy Corp Client:
Surging growth in the automotive and solar end markets is spurring demand for silicon metal, said Alan Kestenbaum, Executive Chairman of Globe Specialty Metals. Kestenbaum added that lower energy prices are lifting the company’s margins since transportation is a major cost for the company. He said GSM is vertically integrated so it is not at the mercy to price fluctuations of key inputs like coal, wood chips and quartz. Finally, Kestenbaum said that GSM is North America’s largest producer of silicon metal, an essential raw material with no substitute, which will increase in demand as the economy strengthens. Read more…