Bloomberg L.P. has billions in revenue and 280,000 customers for its sophisticated financial software.
And they’re into small niche by introducing player-evaluation software for baseball teams.
They do whatever they could and want. But I have qualm with this picture:
The Bloomberg L.P. president Daniel L. Doctoroff, center, with the engineers who developed software for baseball analysis. They are, from left, Stephen Orban, research and development manager for Bloomberg Sports; Jay B. Lee; Angela Sun; and Bo Moon.
Why does it have to be a white manager leading a team of Asians? Are we Asians really dumber?