Bloomberg co-founder Tom Secunda and global head of financial product strategy and development Jean-Paul Zammitt are set to make this morning “a significant announcement related to the Bloomberg Professional service” at the company’s headquarters in New York.

The announcement is expected to cover a $100 million makeover of its namesake Bloomberg data service, that gave rise in its infancy to the Bloomberg terminals used widely on Wall Street and by financial markets firms in general. Roughly 310,000 subscribers currently use the service, worldwide.

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