In 1981 Bloomberg started out with one core belief: that bringing transparency to capital markets through access to information could increase capital flows, produce economic growth and jobs, and significantly reduce the cost of doing business. Today’s Bloomberg builds on that foundation - everything we do connects decision makers in business, finance and government to a broad and dynamic network of information, news, people and ideas.
Bloomberg is information technology, in its purest definition. We provide accurate, timely information you can use, and the systems that bring it to you. You can access our information in many forms, each tuned to meet your needs, processes and industry sector. More than 12,900 people in 166 locations across the world are working right now to gather news and data, analyze it, compare it, dissect it, and deliver it to our customers.