It’s been a rough couple of weeks at Bloomberg.
First, there was a story about how Bloomberg was muzzling its investigative operation in China, ostensibly to keep in the good graces of Chinese leadership.
Also in the same Post report, it hinted that a round of layoffs could be coming, possibly on the order of 50-100.
And in more public-facing news, this week Bloomberg TV lost star reporter Sara Eisen to CNBC.
In the meantime, Bloomberg CEO Justin Smith has asked Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel to take a more active role at the network.
The company had faced controversy earlier this year over a scandal involving reporters getting information via the terminal and customer accounts, a practice that the firm has vowed to reform.