The Career Client

Bloomberg L.P. + Willkie Farr

, Corporate Counsel

Hen he left Salomon Brothers Inc. in 1981, Michael Bloomberg-then just another well-heeled Wall Streeter, cashing out of the firm with $10 million-could have retired to a spacious ranch or seaside villa. But tanning on white-sand beaches for the next 40 years didn't suit the ambitious 39-year-old. Instead, he wanted to start his own company: a service providing real-time financial data and analysis. Bloomberg rented a three-room office on Madison Avenue, ready to put his plan into money-making action. All h

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