Listen: Amazon, Frank St Louis And Kevin Rincon discussed on WCBS Programming
"An update on our very cold forecast. Here's meteorologist Frank St Louis starts out mostly cloudy in most places even a couple of flurries around well, north of the city. Otherwise tonight clearing and cold muddle up if you'll be outlawed ranger behind teens in the colder, northwest suburbs to twenty-seven amid midtown then tomorrow, you'll see sunshine that dimmed by high cloudiness at times the clouds coming in from the store passing by well to our south. I'd you're forty tomorrow chilly day tomorrow night, some clouds low near thirty in midtown Monday. Looks to be mainly sunny but still chilly with a high near forty again Tuesday into Wednesday colder air pushes back in thirty seven for the high despite a good deal of sunshine for Tuesday and Wednesday little milder. Thursday, approaching storm brings increasing clouds with a high near forty there's a chance for some rain later Friday into Friday night right now. Twenty six degrees in Wisconsin. It's twenty seven in Teaneck and thirty three degrees with cloudy skies at central park. WCBS news time nine forty making Amazon more diverse. That's the focus of new effort as a company gears up to open a new headquarters in the city. Kevin Rincon tells us more about PR this is not about spin. This is not about a handshake is about treating this as a business imperative in the twenty first century. Mark more yell is the president of the national urban league. He wrote an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos ahead of its moved to Long Island city. The message benefits have to be broadly. Enjoyed and broadly spread y'all says New Yorkers are diverse in Amazon's workforce in queens should be to says other companies answered the call with firm commitments to add people of color, not just on the front lines. But in the board rooms says if Amazon wants to be a good neighbor, they'll do the same. Kevin ring cone, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty WCBS news time nine forty one. When it comes to taking."