Bloomberg Opens But Won't Offer Raw Data Feed


The Bloomberg is opening up -- to a degree. Breaking with its conventional practice, Bloomberg L.P. announced two weeks ago that it would allow users to display its data and services on PCs rather than the proprietary standalone terminals that it has always sold. Users will also be able to extract Bloomberg data to use in other Microsoft Corp. Windows NT and Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Solaris applications.

But although the new version of the service is called the Open Bloomberg, Michael Bloomberg

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