Bloomberg terminals used by subscribers to follow real-time developments in business and finance were struck by a "global network problem" Friday, the company's technical department said.
"Our network teams are trying to resolve the problem," a Bloomberg representative said without specifying the cause of the breakdown that led countless screens to go black Friday morning.
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