|search externally:||Google Scholar, Springer, CiteSeer, Microsoft Academic Search, Scirus , DBlife|
Daniel L. Doctoroff is President and Chief Executive Officer of Bloomberg L.P., the leading provider of financial information.
Mr. Doctoroff joined Bloomberg L.P. in January 2008 as President of the Company and was appointed Chief Executive Officer in August 2011. Mr. Doctoroff has led the Company through the financial crisis, achieving record results each year.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Mr. Doctoroff was Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding for the City of New York. Mr. Doctoroff led one of the city’s most dramatic economic resurgences, spearheading the effort to revive New York after the attacks of 9/11 through a five-borough economic development strategy which included the most ambitious land-use transformation in the city’s modern history; the largest affordable housing program ever launched by an American city; and the creation of PlaNYC, New York’s pathbreaking sustainability plan.
Before joining the Bloomberg administration, Mr. Doctoroff was Managing Partner of Oak Hill Capital Partners, a major private equity investment firm. While at Oak Hill, Mr. Doctoroff founded NYC2012, the organization dedicated to bringing the Olympic Games to New York. He continued to oversee New York City’s bid as Deputy Mayor, ensuring that the Olympic effort spurred parks, housing, and economic development projects in all five boroughs.
Prior to joining Oak Hill, Mr. Doctoroff was an investment banker at Lehman Brothers. Mr. Doctoroff received a B.A. degree from Harvard College and a J.D. degree from The Law School at the University of Chicago. Before attending law school, Doctoroff was a political pollster.
Mr. Doctoroff serves on the Boards of the University of Chicago, World Resources Institute, and Human Rights First. In addition, he created Target ALS, a $25 million collaborative effort to develop therapies for Lou Gehrig’s disease, and he is Chairman of Culture Shed, an innovative cultural institution to be located on Manhattan’s West Side.
as author at 20th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD), New York 2014,