The Black Wall Street massacre investigation reopened by Tulsa's mayor.
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October 03, 2018
Cory Booker Goes Hollywood, Times Up Names a CEO, and Blockchain Gets a Bill
FIRST… Consider that Donald Trump has donned himself a champion of the working man. THEN… Consider that the Trump administration has insinuated and/or outright called multiple groups of people “lazy” while the president touts his own hard work and his “very good brain” as the reasons for his wealth. FINALLY… Read the bombshell NYT report which shows Trump’s finances were deeply dependent on his father’s wealth. And a large portion of that money came to the president through the use of dubious tax schemes in the 1990s, including outright fraud. SHOWTIME… The cable network announced Tuesday evening that it will air a new documentary film centered on the NYT piece that’s dominating the breaking news banners. THAT DIDN’T TAKE LONG… After saying he found Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony about accusations against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh compelling, the president reversed course and outright mocked her on Tuesday at a rally in Mississippi. The crowd cheered. THE REAL VICTIMS? Men. “It is a very scary time for young men in America, where you can be guilty of something you may not be guilty of … It's a very scary situation where you're guilty until proven innocent,” the president said to reporters Tuesday on the South Lawn of the White House. THE CENTRAL PARK FIVEwould likely agree with the president on this one.  CASE CLOSED? The FBI could conclude its investigation into Kavanaugh today, as GOP leadership is eager for a vote. But who the agency spoke to and who they didn’t could leave Senators, and the country, divided. ALICIA KEYS TRIED TO TALK SOME SENSE IN HIMSinger Alicia Keys, Michael Stipe, and Norman Lear are gathering at a DC courthouse not far from Capitol Hill on Thursday afternoon to protest Kavanaugh's nomination. The “Bravery Is Contagious” event is backed by musicians, actors, and other artists, including husband-and-wife duo Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, Erykah Badu, Esperanza Spalding, and others. WHAT’S UP WITH ROSENSTEIN? Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein will meet with members of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees next Thursday for an interview about reports that he proposed secretly recording the president. CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? Expect a message from the president on your cell phone around 2:18 EDT today. It's the first nationwide test of the system built by the federal government and cell phone carriers to warn Americans of an emergency, like a terror attack or a widespread disaster. But plaintiffs in Manhattan are suing to stop the new alert messaging system. ALEXA, PUT SOME RESPECT ON MY CHECKAmazon said Tuesday that it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for all its U.S. workers. AND THE WINNER IS... PBS, CBS, and HBO took home the most wins in the 39th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, awarded Monday night in New York City. MISSING FANMissing Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has resurfaced (we think) after been fined around 883 million yuan ($129 million USD) for tax evasion. The star, who disappeared in July, posted a long apology on social media. HOW FUNKY AND STRONG IS YOUR FIGHT? It’s time to Beat It. We’re kicking off Wednesday with this...
  • Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) wants body cameras for CBP and ICE officers.
  • IMF names its first female Chief Economist.
  • IndieWire names reporter to boost Black film coverage.
  • Ajit Pai aims to free up space in the airwaves.
  • Mayor reopens the investigation of the Black Wall Street massacre. Read to the bottom!
  • Google has a shake-up.
  • Voting while Native American. Check it out in Blogs.
Vera Institute of Justice's Nick Turner and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) speaking at the Global Citizen Festival in NYC over the weekend.
The View’s Joy Behar with Sunny Hostin in NYC last month watching Earth, Wind & Fire perform.
Catherine Cortez Masto and Bob Menéndez Demand Answers from Bank of America on Citizenship Question
In recent months, Bank of America (BOA) has been accused of freezing or threatening to freeze customers’ accounts after asking about their legal status in the United States. Senators Bob Menéndez (D-NJ) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), members of the Senate Banking Committee, want to know why. “Bank of America has stated that the citizenship information is needed to meet ‘anti-money laundering, economic sanctions restrictions’ requirements. However, we are aware of no federal law that prohibits institutions from providing financial services, including maintaining open accounts, to noncitizens,” the Senators wrote in a letter to the CEO of Bank of America Brian Moynihan. “Additionally, according to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, a consumer is not required to show proof of citizenship to open a bank account.” BOA claims they are required to comply with Treasury regulations which dictate American financial institutions must monitor their accounts for signs of money laundering, and comply with the Office of Foreign Assets Control’s economic sanctions on several countries, including Iran, Cuba, and Syria. But domestically, they are not required to collect customer citizenship information. In fact, Social Security numbers aren’t even required to open an account. The Senators accused the financial institution of feeding into the anti-immigrant environment created by the Trump administration. “Bank of America’s actions, intentionally or not, have added to the environment of fear in the immigrant community and may create a resource for further targeting of immigrant communities by this Administration,” the lawmakers wrote. Read their full letter here.
Kamala Harris Wants to Establish Body-Worn Camera Programs at CBP and ICE
Multiple reports of mistreatment, exploitation, and use-of-force have surfaced under Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy along the border and in immigration detention centers. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) said enough is enough. On Tuesday, she introduced a bill to address these incidents and help increase transparency and bring oversight within ICE and CBP. The DHS Body-Worn Camera Act would require the Department of Homeland Security to establish pilot programs for body-worn cameras (BWC) for ICE and CBP agents. It would also require DHS to report to Congress on these pilot programs, develop policies governing the use of BWC with public consultation, and develop an implementation plan to require full BWC deployment. “Our government functions best when it is transparent and accountable to its citizens,” said Harris. “This is something I prioritized as Attorney General of California and continue to fight for in the United States Senate. Body-worn cameras can not only lower use-of-force incidents, but can also help reduce grievances against officers and ultimately improve trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.” Harris was joined by New Mexico Democratic Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich in introducing the bill. Congressman Filemón Vela (D-TX) plans to introduce a companion bill in the House. More here

CA congressional candidate Andrew Janz (D) Tuesday with the National Crime Prevention Council’s McGruff the Crime Dog. 
Actor and Co-Founder of the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Esai Morales at the Penny Lane Voices Gala in LA over the weekend. 
What is Blockchain? Doris Matsui Intros Bill to Offer an Answer
Congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-CA) 
has been introduced that would bring together stakeholders in government and private industry to come up with a common working definition of blockchain. It’s one of the biggest buzzwords in both finance and technology today. So ... what exactly is blockchain?? In simple terms, blockchain is similar to an accounting ledger, only it records transactions across a vast network and is decentralized, meaning it doesn't require any central authority to oversee it. It’s being touted as a technology that will revolutionize the finance sector. It gets occasional bad press because of its association with Bitcoin. However, cryptocurrencies like blockchain because it allows all parties to track, verify, and agree upon transactions, even when the individual participants remain anonymous. A recent CNBC report says slow transaction speeds and a lack of standardization, for instance, threaten to stunt blockchain's growth. But when implemented effectively, advocates say blockchain can improve efficiency and effectiveness, help cut costs, and increase revenue by creating new products and services. Matsui teamed up with Congressman Brett Guthrie (R-KY), both members of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittees on Communications and Technology and Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection, to introduce the Blockchain Promotion Act. The bipartisan measure would direct the Department of Commerce to establish a blockchain working group to recommend a consensus-based definition of the technology. The working group would also consider recommendations for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the FCC to undertake a study that would examine the potential impact of blockchain on spectrum policy and opportunities for the adoption of blockchain to promote efficiencies within the Federal government. The bill comes as states are trying to come up with their own, varying, definitions. “Blockchain technology could transform the global digital economy. Opportunities to deploy blockchain technology ranges from greatly increased transparency, efficiencies and security in supply chains to more-opportunistically managing access to spectrum," Matsui said. More here.

Mario Díaz-Balart Wants Tax Credits to Help Rebuild After Federal Disasters
When a federal disaster is declared, taxpayers’ dollars are used to help rebuild affected communities and cities. Research shows investing in resilient construction during the rebuild will help limit the need for emergency funding in the future. With that in mind, Congressman Mario Díaz-Balart (R-FL) has introduced the Disaster Savings and Resilient Construction Act, which if enacted, would provide a tax credit to homeowners or building owners who use resilient construction techniques when building and renovating homes and commercial structures in federally declared disaster areas. Diaz-Balart introduced the bipartisan bill with Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY) and Peter Defazio (D-OR) following Hurricane Florence and the wildfires in California. “Building our homes and communities using resilient construction is the best defense against natural disasters,” said Díaz-Balart. “I am proud to support this bill that incentivizes homeowners and business owners to use these proven mitigation techniques that can save both lives and taxpayer dollars. We should not take the threat of hurricanes and other natural disasters lightly and must do everything we can to protect our families.” More here.

Author Michael Arceneaux, BuzzFeed’s Sylvia Bell, and The Atlantic’s Jemele Hill on-set of Hella Opinions last week in NYC.
Trans non-binary advocate AC Dumlao with CNN’s Lisa Ling to preview Ling’s latest episode on gender fluidity, at The Wing in DC last month.
Cory Booker Goes Hollywood
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
is heading to Hollywood this month. The 49-year-old lawmaker is headlining a fundraiser for his 2020 Senate re-election campaign. However, this West Coast trip has already fueled speculation that Booker is seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2020. The fundraiser will be held at the home of Hollywood producer Simon Kinberg, according to NBC News. Tickets start at $150, with Chair-level donations at $5,000. Booker, who has been an outspoken member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has said that he’ll determine whether he's going to run for president in 2020 after the midterms. However, he’s already landed in Donald Trump’s line of fire. The president attacked Booker twice on Monday during a press conference in the Rose Garden at the White House and later at a rally in Tennessee. Booker is also scheduled to headline the Iowa Democratic party's fall gala on Saturday in Des Moines. Additionally, Booker recently interviewed filmmaker Spike Lee about BlacKkKlansman, police brutality in America, and Trump. Read that interview here
Indian American Fund Announces Final Round of Endorsements
The Indian American Impact Fund, a Political Action Committee that helps supports Indian Americans running for office, announced their final endorsement of candidates before the midterm elections. Among them is Chintan Desai, a school teacher from Helena-West Helena Arkansas who is running against Congressman Rick Crawford (R-AK) to represent the state’s First District. The 29-year-old Democrat and son of Indian immigrants was raised in California and graduated from UC Davis. The PAC also endorsed Sanjay Patel, who is facing Congressman Bill Posey (R-FL) to represent the Sunshine state’s 8th District. A graduate of UCLA, Sanjay began his career in technology, strategy and consulting roles before relocating and getting involved in Florida politics. “In our final round of formal endorsements, Impact Fund is proud to support five incredibly talented women and men running from coast to coast,” said Deepak Raj, Co-Founder of Impact and Chair of the Impact Fund. “These candidates are fighting for our community’s values in some of the toughest terrain across the country. That kind of commitment deserves our attention and respect, and that is why we established this new designation to raise their visibility among strategists, donors, and volunteers nationwide.” See who else they endorsed here.
The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah on Tuesday during a show run-through.
IL constituent Anastasia meeting Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) over the weekend in Seattle.
Time’s Up Taps Lisa Borders as First Ever CEO 
Time’s Up has named WNBA President Lisa Borders as their first-ever President and CEO. Under Borders' leadership, the anti-sexual harassment organization will target three areas -- culture, companies, and laws -- across industries including entertainment, advertising, law, finance, healthcare, and tech. Tina Tchen, former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Chief of Staff, leads the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund and was part of the search committee -- which included Shonda Rhimes and actress Kerry Washington -- who found Borders. The 60-year-old had been with the WNBA since 2016 and brings more than 30 years of experience from the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Borders previously served as Chair of the Coca-Cola Foundation and VP for Global Community Affairs at The Coca-Cola Company; President of the Grady Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of Atlanta’s Grady Health System; and as President of the City Council and Vice Mayor of Atlanta during Mayor Shirley Franklin’s term. The Georgia native was also a candidate for Mayor of Atlanta in 2009 but eventually dropped out and endorsed Kasim Reed’s candidacy. The 1979 Duke graduate, who also earned a Master’s from the University of Colorado at Denver, is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. "TIME'S UP is both a natural extension and a bold advancement of the work I have been doing for the last four decades,” Borders said in a statement. “To disrupt and reinvent the ingrained status quo, we will need all hands-on deck to create and sustain enduring change. I'm thrilled to lead TIME'S UP and I am convinced that together, we will shift the paradigm of workplace culture.” She starts in her new role on November 1st. More here

IMF Names Chief Economist
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) this week announced Gita Gopinath as its Chief Economist, making her the first woman and third Indian to hold the important position in the U.S. The others are former Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, who was also the Chief Economist of IMF, and Kaushik Basu, the Chief Economist of the World Bank between 2012 and 2016. Gopinath has emerged as one of the leading thinkers on the global financial system. In her recent research, she has focused on the continued dominance of the U.S. dollar in the global financial system. The 46-year-old graduated from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi and went on to get a postgraduate degree from the Delhi School of Economics. She then pursued another Master of Arts degree at the University of Washington and went on to get a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton. In 2001, she joined the University of Chicago as an Assistant Professor before moving to Harvard University as a tenured professor in 2010. She is a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and also serves as a member of the Economic Advisory Panel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The international organization -- which is headquartered in DC -- consists of 189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world. Gopinath’s appointment comes as IMF’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde is raising alarm bells about the health of the global economy, saying international growth may have plateaued. The annual meeting will be held this month in Indonesia, and will bring together most of the world’s finance ministers and central bankers to assess the health and discuss priorities for the global financial system. Gopinath will succeed Maurice Obstfeld, who is set to retire at the end of 2018. More here.

Execs at Google Shuffle As Ad Chief Leaves
Google advertising chief Sridhar Ramaswamy, who oversees the search giant's $110B+ ads and commerce business, is joining Greylock Partners. In his new role, Ramaswamy will focus on earlier-stage entrepreneurial projects. He will work with companies focused on big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and analytics. During his time at Google, he helped the ad platform business grow from $1.5 billion to $100 billion over 15 years. He will be replaced by Prabhakar Raghavan, formerly a VP of Engineering for Google's Cloud apps, with a strong background in AI research. He joined Google in 2012, after a seven-year stint as EVP and head of Yahoo Labs, which he founded. Like Ramaswamy before him, Raghavan will focus on products. Before Yahoo, Raghavan was the Chief Technology Officer at Verity and worked at IBM Research. He is also the author of two computer science textbooks. “Google's ads business remains strong and I am happy to transition this world-class product and engineering organization to a leader of Prabhakar’s caliber,” Ramaswamy said in a statement. More here.
NM congressional candidate Deb Haaland (D) last week supporting equal pay for women. 
CNN commentators Alice Stewart and María Cardona on-set to appear on HLN in September in DC.
Judy Tong Returns to the NYT
Judy Tong
is returning to The New York Times’ Metro team as a Senior Staff Editor. In her new role, she’ll work with reporters and help oversee coverage. Tong was previously based in San Francisco where she served as the Deputy West Coast Editor at The Guardian, supervising correspondents across the region and helping to run the U.S. report. Prior to that, the 41-year-old Connecticut native spent 15 years at the NYT starting as a clerk and eventually working as an Editor in Hong Kong. Her final stint was on Metro, where she was on the copy desk and filled in on the backfield. The 1999 NYU graduate began her career as an Editorial Assistant for Esquire Magazine. “I’m looking forward to returning to my old stomping grounds in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, and watching the seasons change,” she says. “I’m also honestly, truly, sincerely looking forward to snow.” More here.

IndieWire Hires Reporter to Boost Black Film Coverage 
Veteran writer and filmmaker Tambay Obenson has joined IndieWire as a Staff Writer covering African American film and television. In 2006, Obenson co-founded the Black cinema blog, Shadow and Act, which was acquired by Blavity last year and has grown into a vital part of IndieWire’s film coverage. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Curator of the annual New Voices in Black Cinema Festival in NYC, now in its eighth year. The Nigerian-born filmmaker then went on to co-found Shadow and Act LLC, a film financing and production initiative focused on backing Black filmmakers. Obenson’s credits include Beautiful Things (2006), Endless Shards of Jazz for a Brutal World (2015), and Indie Film Blogger Road Trip (2009). More here

ESPN Adds Malika Andrews
Malika Andrews
has joined ESPN as an NBA Reporter. In her new role, she’ll work the midwestern NBA beat and cover the Chicago Bulls, Milwaukee Bucks, and Minnesota Timberwolves. Andrews was most recently a Reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and before that was a Daily Writer for SportsTechie, the tech and media vertical for Sports Illustrated. The Oakland, CA native has covered the NBA for the AP, Yahoo Sports, and the Denver Post and has bylines in The Advocate, Teen Vogue, and The San Jose Mercury News. The 2017 University of Portland graduate is additionally a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Online News Association. More about her here.

FCC’s Ajit Pai Aims to Free Up Space on the Airwaves 
The FCC is considering freeing up more radio airwaves for use in 5G networks in its next monthly meeting, Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement. 5G is the fifth generation of cellular mobile communications. The technology is expected to drive the next big wave of spending for global wireless carriers, who are looking to mitigate the effects of a saturating wireless market by getting customers to spend more on their wireless data services. There’s been a lot of competition among carriers to be the world’s first 5G commercial network. The FCC’s proposed changes are a part of the federal government’s broader plan to foster more shared uses of the nation’s increasingly crowded airwaves. The move will open up airwaves now used by a range of industries including communications companies, utilities, and broadcasters for unlicensed uses such as Wi-Fi, to help alleviate the growing wireless traffic crunch. Pai said the agency would also look at removing regulations on rural carriers, which he said would let them invest in their networks. He said the order, if approved, would enable rural companies to take “resources currently wasted on regulatory compliance and devote them to building stronger networks and delivering better services.” Improving coverage across the country, whether through 5G or better Wi-Fi, has been a priority for the agency and one of the few issues on which many people can agree. More here.

Actress Blake Lively with GMA’s Robin Roberts last month to talk about Lively’s new movie, A Simple Favor.
Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-CA) at the Newseum for the premiere of An American Story: Norman Mineta and His Legacy in DC.
Mayor Reopens Investigation into Mass Graves Nearly a Century After Black Wall Street Massacre
The 1921 attack on Greenwood community in Tulsa, OK -- the thriving business district and surrounding residential area was referred to as “Black Wall Street” -- left hundreds of Black people dead. A white mob descended on Greenwood and set fire to hundreds of Black-owned businesses and homes. Twenty-four hours after the violence erupted, it ceased. Afterward, 35 city blocks lay in charred ruins, more than 800 people were treated for injuries, more than 10,000 Black residents were homeless, and more than 300 Black people were violently killed. Survivors recounted bodies tossed into mass graves. Now, Tulsa’s Republican Mayor G.T. Bynum said Tuesday that the city will re-examine two Tulsa cemeteries and a former dump -- all places that state investigators and archaeologists first identified as possible mass grave sites in 1998. The city plans to use new technology to see whether there is evidence that bodies were dumped there. “We owe it to the community to know if there are mass graves in our city. We owe it to the victims and their family members. We will do everything we can to find out what happened in 1921,” the Mayor said. How’d all this start? A young black teenager named Dick Rowland entered an elevator at the Drexel Building, an office building on South Main Street. At some point after that, the young white elevator operator, Sarah Page, screamed; Rowland fled the scene. The police were called, and the next morning, they arrested Rowland. By that time, rumors of what supposedly happened on that elevator had circulated through the city’s white community sans facts and flushed with conjecture and exaggeration. A front-page story in the Tulsa Tribune that afternoon reported that police had arrested Rowland for sexually assaulting Page. Greenwood community members who knew Rowland doubted the story and feared he would be lynched by law enforcement. When the white mob descended, 25 armed Black men attempted unsuccessfully to defend their families, their homes, their businesses, and community. The victims of the massacre have never received justice. More here.

Today, 12:30P: Meet and greet for former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy, candidate for U.S Senate, hosted by Marcus Sebastian Mason & Patrice Willoughby. Madison Group, 1030 15th St., N.W. Suite 1080 West, DC. Click here for more information.
Thursday, October 4th, 4P: The Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership hosts “Empowering Latinos Countering Legal Challenges to Immigration and Voting Rights.” FeaturingJuan Cartagena, President and General Counsel, LatinoJustice/PRLDEF. The City College of New York, 160 Convent Avenue, Shepard Hall 350. NYC. Click here for more information.
Thursday, October 4th, 5:30P: A night of comedy, cocktails, and conversation in support of MD gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous. Hosted by Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley 
Bagley and Kathleen Matthews, along with honorary Co-Hosts MD Democratic Congressmen Anthony Brown and John Sarbanes, with special guest Dave Chappelle. Home of Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley. Address provided upon RSVP. DC. Click here for more information.
Thursday, October 4th, 6:30P: The Raben Group hosts "Cocktails & Conversation with West Wingers." Offering a behind-the-scenes look at the presidency with West Wingers Gautam RaghavanHeather FosterCecilia MuñozLynn Rosenthal, and Stephanie ValenciaRobert Raben moderates. Click here to get on the waitlist.
Thursday, October 4th: Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC hosts their 22nd annual American Courage Awards reception. JW Marriott, 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., DC. Click here for more information
Monday, October 8th - Tuesday, October 9th: Black Enterprise's TechConneX Summit featuring the first annual Black Tech Awards. Summit speakers include Damien Hooper-Campbell, Chief Diversity Officer at eBay, The Breakfast Club's Angela Yee, among others. San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront, 1800 Old Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame, CA. Click here for more information.
Thursday, October 11th, 5:30PA pre-birthday fundraiser with NY congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D). Provision No. 14, 2100 14th Street N.W., DC. Click here for more information.

Thursday, October 11th, 6P: The Muslim Public Affairs Council hosts the 2018 Empowering Voices Awards. Washington Court Hotel, 525 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., DC. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, October 16th, 6P: “Keeping the Dream Alive: A Conversation with Julián Castro” hosted by the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. Tishman Auditorium, Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South, NYC. Click here for more information.
Sunday, October 21st - Friday, October 26th: National Congress of American Indians’ 75th Annual Convention & Marketplace, “Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future.” Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th St., Denver, CO. Click here for more information.
Sunday, October 28th - Tuesday, October 30thThe Atlantic, The Aspen Institute, and Bloomberg Philanthropies' CityLab 2018, a summit to address the most urgent urban issues of our time. Westin Book Cadillac Hotel, 1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI. Click here for more information.
Thursday, November 15th - Friday, November 16th: Men of Color in Communications Business Summit, a two-day conference bringing together more than 300 men of color in marketing, advertising, media, PR, and the digital space. Speakers include Jeffrey Litvack, CEO, AdWeek; Rodney Williams, CEO, Belvedere Vodka; Jana Fleishman, EVP Strategic Marketing, Roc Nation (JAY-Z's Publicist); and many more. Bloomberg Corporate Headquarters, 731 Lexington Avenue, NYC. Click here for more information. 
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