Bloomberg BNA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bloomberg, is a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals. Its network of more than 2,500 reporters, correspondents, and leading practitioners delivers expert analysis, news, practice tools, and guidance — the information that matters most to professionals. Bloomberg BNA’s authoritative coverage spans the full range of legal practice areas, including tax & accounting, labor & employment, intellectual property, banking & securities, employee benefits, health care, privacy & data security, human resources, and environment, health & safety.
More than 600 reporters, attorneys, and editors working from the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, along with a network of national and international correspondents, deliver the highest editorial quality in the industry, providing timely, comprehensive, focused coverage so Bloomberg BNA customers spend less time on reading and research.
Across Bloomberg BNA’s publishing groups, expert legal and business practitioners in a wide range of fields offer readers insight and analysis. Bloomberg BNA’s Legal Resource Centers integrate up-to-date news, thought leadership from respected practitioners, Bloomberg BNA’s expert analysis, case law, and other primary sources—conveniently organized by practice area all in one place. BNA Insights feature outside experts helping customers understand the implications of key legal developments, legislative activity, and trends.
Bloomberg BNA has been named three times to the FORTUNE list of "100 Best Companies to Work For in America." Working Mother magazine named BNA one of the "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers" for nine years in a row. BNA has also been listed by Washingtonian magazine as one of the "Best Companies To Work For in Washington" and was awarded the prestigious Business Ethics Award for Employee Ownership.
Bloomberg BNA partners with a variety of businesses and welcomes the opportunity to work with small, disabled, veteran, women- and minority-owned businesses. Through outreach, Bloomberg BNA extends fair and equal procurement opportunities to all capable competitive suppliers and vendors. Bloomberg BNA actively seeks to work with vendors and suppliers that reflect the diversity of our company, our community, and our customer base.
Bloomberg BNA’s corporate giving is focused principally on charitable organizations, community institutions, and programs that address the needs and quality of life in the greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. We support local organizations, having tax exempt status under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Tax Code, which offer significant free programming and services to citizens of our community and in which Bloomberg BNA employees are actively engaged.
Bloomberg BNA is committed to the ideals and practices of environmental, social, and fiscal sustainability, and employs a formal program to identify and reduce environmental waste; promote good practices and awareness of environmental activities and policies amongst employees, shareholders, customers, vendors, and partners; participate in local projects and initiatives that improve the quality of the environment, in the jurisdictions where Bloomberg BNA does business; and continuously analyze progress against aggressive goals.