Tuesday, September 19

ByKevin Sheekey

Most Read on the Terminal (Last 24 Hours): 
Obama Goes from White House to Wall Street in Less Than a Year (Bloomberg)


Boris Johnson has told friends the UK should be prepared to walk away from stalled Brexit talks. Boris Johnson Believes Brexit Negotiations Will Fail and End Up with Theresa May Being Humiliated (The Sun)


Ahead of Germany’s general election, extremist online activists are busy inciting on the internet. Right Wing Activists Take Aim at German Election (Der Spiegel)


Emmanuel Macron is pressing ahead with changes that the European Commission and the IMF have been recommending for years. Macron to Bring French Public Spending to Lowest in 10 Years (Bloomberg)


As millions of square feet of office space are planned in a building boom: Brooklyn Seen as Best Bet for NYC to Win Amazon’s New Headquarters (Bloomberg)


Caribbean islands bracing for third major storm in two weeks as Hurricane Maria hits Category 5 strength. Maria Gains Strength On Path to Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands (Bloomberg)

Quote of the day:

“Uh, the mayor won the Democratic primary.  I am a Democrat.  I support Democrats, and I’ll support Mayor de Blasio in the general.” – Gov. Andrew Cuomo on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show 

New York Times’ Jesse McKinley:  “If this were a paid endorsement, the mayor might want to consider asking for a refund.”


Tweet of the day:

@MikeBloomberg: Look fwd to joining @Tim_Cook in conversation on the challenges & opportunities of civic leadership at #BloombergGBF mikebloom.bg/2xJNY7r