The Australian native runs Inside Airbnb, which uses the startup's own data to highlight illegal listings in big cities.
32-year-old French economist Gabriel Zucman scours spreadsheets to find secret offshore accounts.
With housing prices out of reach — people are making anything work.
The impact of the Trump administration's threats to choke Huawei reverberated across the global supply chain on Monday, hitting some of the biggest component-makers.
Looking for love when it seems like everyone is leaving.
As suicides and overdoses climb, insurance companies are putting up obstacles to coverage.
The cash-burning startup is turning to financial gymnastics to keep expanding.
Bloomberg sampled 13 cakes to find ones to serve that guests will talk about for years to come.
At a press conference in Washington, DC on Thursday afternoon, Bezos made his case for going back to the moon and showed off his private space company's lunar lander.
Do you have ~$5 million dollars burning a hole in your pocket? Buy a dang island.
W.L. Gore, the classic American innovator, is building artificial corneas, and reinventing itself in the process.
In interviews, current and former employees say brand building became more important than serving shoppers.
Vice Premier Liu He will travel to the US this week for high-stakes talks as prospects dimmed for maintaining a fragile truce after President Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on Chinese goods starting Friday.
How Satya Nadella remade Microsoft into the world's most valuable company.
A giant 1,758-carat diamond, the second-biggest ever discovered, has been found in Botswana. But unlike its rivals, it won't fetch a record-breaking price.
Generation Z — people aged roughly 7 to 22 — already accounts for a quarter of the global population. And early indications suggest that this socially conscious, always-connected cohort will have even bigger implications for companies than the millennials who preceded them.
Population trends have shifted ever so slightly in the direction of metropolitan areas with fewer than a million people.
The heir to the biggest real estate agency in property-mad Hong Kong doesn't own a house. Not only that, he won't inherit his father's stake in Centaline Group, estimated to be worth about $400 million because it was donated to charity more than a decade ago.
The world's best-known antibacterial labels are pouring millions into probacterial health and beauty startups.
According to a Bloomberg review of correspondence between the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and plant owners, 54 of the nuclear plants operating in the US weren't designed to handle the flood risk they face.