New York—Bloomberg announced that company President Daniel L. Doctoroff will also hold the CEO title, effective Aug. 1. In this role, he will manage all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the company. He will continue to report to Bloomberg Chairman Peter T. Grauer.
“In addition to our very successful core businesses, the Bloomberg Terminal and Bloomberg News, we have started eight new businesses just in the past few years,” Grauer said. “Dan is perfectly suited to manage our increasingly diversified business model.”
Bloomberg also announced that Thomas F. Secunda has been appointed a vice chairman. Secunda, one of the four original founders of the company, currently manages Bloomberg's largest business unit, Financial Products.