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Today Cryptotraders Could Be Busy

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:51 min | Last week

Today Cryptotraders Could Be Busy

"Tonight's looking good today is looking good bitcoin play the game yesterday it pushed onto another daily high pushed higher trendies day we grinding why? Grind Grind Grind, is what we? Currently. Doing and look I tell you what? It's It really does look could. Let me visit numbers? We got two, thousand, one, hundred, seventeen, all thereabouts thereabouts that he's effectively a A point of resistance that was a support level that I raised my orders to buy Bitcoin It's come back up towards it tapped on. Yesterday, it just tapped a little tap tap tap. TAP. Aroo. And now. I'd love to say that level guy we get through that level and we stopped to get a lot more going on a lot more interest and bitcoin will the news that's coming at continues to be stronger and stronger and stronger we currently from those lives that we saw. In the full which happened to be nine eight to one way up twelve point, two, five percent from those lows. So the last three days have been pretty pretty conscious nothing major nothing major but let's get back to I. Think it was Monday Monday. Will we all right now we're up nearly seven percent. Or thirty seven percent thus far actually the best way to do that it's just a little weekly six point six percent the guy. And this off the weekly. So I just gotTa plant in the minute now, willy pushed through today will we see bitcoin pulled back a little bit and give us that or low on the high timeframes twelve-hour will the daily before we go through? That's the probability that I'm waiting to save plays at a couple of tries came out yesterday that was one on that was one K B while. X which is perpetual. Okay. B. p. e. By Doing the thing that look right now you know. BITCOIN's momentum guards at starting to look a little bit dangerous. He smashes through that resistance plays going the whole of the top ten is lit up wrought now and looks superb arts bitcoin eleven thousand and thirteen dollars a half percent to die look yesterday. Let's not forget what Adidas I did go all the way out one point six percent closing at ten, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, loy eleven, thousand theorems pretty a pretty good. Push out of the Guy Fawkes up three point seven six. Now, we're only one hour into the trading day and the three seventy nine, point six, three yesterday was flat and do anything except pay another one stop it's pushed hard full percent at twenty five point, six cents we sitting at right now starting to see that momentum increase once again, mole bullishness coming across these top ten bitcoin cash yesterday was damn point three percent today currently up two percent to thirty fuss what seven zero locking up three percent today. Yesterday. It was down one point one percent. It's at forty nine dollars and twenty three cents vase at one point four, three percents still one of the most ugly shots in the top ten. The, right. No data bats up one point four percent at one, sixty, five, forty, four. Donna closing in at ten sent me was down yesterday was only down one point seven percent today so far up two point, five percent bonds had bullish cattle in the cradle dot closing. It's broken the high of that now that doesn't mean tried to vital to me right now. It just means it's done something. It's I didn't get along on that tried to it because it wasn't there. There was low a high hall I don't play that game. Ply The guy, a tried trend. The trend wasn't set. We currently twenty dollars twenty one, one, point, nine percent on the day. Saifi ails would. Up One point two percent rejected the lows yesterday at one stage the law two, dollars fifty, seven, a closet toodle seventy one, point three, it's up two percent of the minute. Two hundred seventy six is what you WANNA theory else full length is up three point five, six percent off the being down one point out yesterday we are eleven and twelve cents holding again above that ten dollars, he's a story of the day thus far. Off Donald, my scans Adema scans across the markets that I like to try. On the full list full scan, it's Now seeing green lit up everywhere at the moment really really is a positive looking stopped to the dialogue full of so other continues to kick on. But if you look at the daily shots, there is a potential for lot of these dialing shots to have a high low in a bitcoins already continued movie it's dominated. than any of the others as far as moving. Hi, this way cerium look give if we can get above three ninety point seven, one, the high blood of high lows, but they'll be. Then we'll have an uptrend

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Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:44 sec | Last week

Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

"Auburn man is charged in federal court in connection with looting in downtown Seattle during the ongoing protests. Come on. Sue Romero has more. The U. S attorney in Seattle, Brian Moran, says 32 year old Alto, Lage had guns and stolen merchandise in his car. After a break in at a store called Sneaker City. On June 1st. The large number of individuals were seen coming out of there. That merchandise was eventually traced to a car in the nearby facility that that car was registered to Mr Tell Aga. A search of the car found two handguns, several pairs of Air Jordans and Adidas tennis shoes and new baseball hats. Since tell Aga is prohibited from possessing guns due to a previous robbery conviction. He was charged federally with being a felon in possession of a firearm,

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New Zealand Stock Market Halts Trading Amid Cyber Attack

Risky Business

02:43 min | 3 weeks ago

New Zealand Stock Market Halts Trading Amid Cyber Attack

"Trading on the New Zealand Stock Exchange has. been halted for like a week because, of Adidas, attack and this was this attack was already happening before adamant I recorded last week shy but we didn't talk about it at the time because we weren't sure what the motivation was. The Cross Church massacre terrorist was sentenced last week. So we thought they could have been a political nexus to the attack, but now it looks like fairly standard. Diaz ransom stuff. Standard. Blackmail. But at a pretty big scale, two, hundred gigabits per second is what is saying that they're tapping? At End. Up Pretty significant target the New Zealand Stock Exchange. This is a little bit risky just like the ransomware people who are going after critical national assets things like hospitals where people are GonNa die I think these guys are playing with fire New Zealand's got a pretty serious Intel capability vice country and I wouldn't be shocked if doing things like going after the Stock Exchange ends up with these guys in the real crosshairs. Yes. are able to take down the part of the ends at X. Website that dealt with company announcements and because they couldn't provide. Appropriate access to company information they had to suspend trading, and it's been up and down all week. So it is actually a pretty it is actually a pretty big deal. This one it looks like this is the same crew may be that was pretending to be Russians like a couple of years while pretending to be like fancy bed, we offensive s and is your bitcoins and that was making some people on the receiving end of those emails feel very important for for a time. Ego boost that you give to your victims but yeah, I, don't think this is how the G. R. U. is monetize their activity. No, and it looks like one of the issues here was that ends at was hosting its DNS servers and its content service on the same network, which is usually a good thing to do. We keep on saying this is a very important pieces of infrastructure where people have not thought through and threat model that. Looks like and and I do think you know any organization of reasonable size needs to have security assessments that don't just try to break in into look at traditional intrusion but to think through if dos attack happens, what is the the thin part of your infrastructure? That's GonNa feel I. This is really interesting because you know obviously most of the exchanges probably disconnect from the Internet on private networks on leased. Lines in such But like you said, if they can take down a web service and a website that is critical to the legal operation of the site, then does it matter if the backend servers still operating they have to stop operation overall? Yeah. This attack campaign is also targeting money Graham braintree and other finance services companies, and we have linked through to a write up on zd by Cowan Kim

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Border Patrol Seizes Millions In Counterfeit Shoes From Hong Kong At Dallas-Fort Worth

Herman Cain

00:20 sec | Last month

Border Patrol Seizes Millions In Counterfeit Shoes From Hong Kong At Dallas-Fort Worth

"Busts up a shipment of counterfeit athletic shoes at the port of entry in Dallas Fort Worth, including limited edition Air Jordans, priced at $2000 per pair. The shipments overall value, easily topping $4 million in fake Nikes and Adidas is were on their way to Mexico, and agents say they were not of the highest quality products appear to have come from Hong Hong Kong. Kong.

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Seattle Kraken: NHL announces name of 32nd franchise

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

11:24 min | 2 months ago

Seattle Kraken: NHL announces name of 32nd franchise

"These story of the week the Seattle thirty two's have a name. They are the Seattle cracking before we drill down and getting some of the. Pacific says a Sandy Atlantic about this. How important was the events of this week for Seattle for the NHL? Like how big a deal is this for the League? It's a huge deal and first of all. It was a fun topic Jeff. Life is hard for people right now. And that was a fun couple of hours. The reveal the video, the look at the Jersey. The name like whether people like the name or didn't like it. They were kind of laughing like Whoa. That's really off the board and I know you don't like it. Because of the nicknames that can come from it, but I love it. It's different. It's different for hockey. It's a step out of the. The normal, it's bold. It's it's a change. It's a try it something new, and I think hockey badly needs that. There were a couple of interesting things I've found out in some conversations number one when they were talking about the Jersey with the people from Adidas one of the things they were saying is we have to imagine what it would look like to lift the Stanley Cup? In this Jersey we can't think that it's going to. To look terrible to lift the Stanley Cup in this Jersey and I liked the Jersey. I liked that way of thinking i. think that's very big. The other I heard that was interesting, was that they chose the name crack and I, and then they went about the identity, the logo and the Jersey and the like the story line of the cracking, and there were some people who heard the name and they were like, are you? You, sure about this, is this really a good idea? And then they started to see the logo and the identity behind it, and they bought in and a lot of times when expansion teams come in. They won't reveal the name the logo end the Jersey at the same time they'll do maybe name and logo at once and Jersey later. This was a win because they did all three at once and I think that's sold people. I think they had to do it that way. And I I think you're right and to the point like we've talked about before I, wanted sasquatch. Works on a whole lot of levels, but again as I pointed out on this podcast before I've realized, and I've been dragged kicking and screaming into this realization that not everything is for me, and that's okay now. I don't want to I gotTa WanNa shoot an Arrow and then paint a circle around it after it lands I. Don't WanNa. Be That Guy Oh. Yeah I, liked it all along cracking his great. Oh a homerun tape measure, but at that reveal. I didn't hate it. Like I love the colors I love you collars look great. The colors are great. The logo looks great. I can get used to crack in and the one. You're think is a good one. It is different. It is distinct and the one expectation that I think we all have a bow. Seattle at this point is that everything they do is going to be new is going to be progressive is gonNA surprise a lot of people whether it is the name which is very nontraditional, whether it's the first you know green arena climate pledge arena. Everything they do is going to be different. We expect that they're hiring policies progressive the way that they are going to do business as progressive I. Just hope that it doesn't stop now I. Don't think that it does but what does do Elliot selfishly since I have conceded sasquatch. Bang the drum for different colored ice for Seattle Oh my God. I knew you're GONNA. All all our producer I wrote down actually I got to tell you I wrote down. When does jeff come up with the different colored? Ice Oh my God yeah. I'm telling. Pretty, it'd be this early. It will put it this way Jeff. If one team's going to do it, it's going to be this one well. They WANNA. They're promoting. They have the green arena, so do green ice here you go. Here's your chance. I'd love to see if the NHL allows this you know. It reminds me a lot of the raptors. When the raptors came in new, there were a lot of people didn't like raptors and I remember. John Bits of doing an interview on the Fan with Bob McCowan and John. biddle said Bob. What do you think of the name and he goes Bob? Said I hate it and John biddle said good. That means that you're not in our target audience so I! Don't care what you think about it. And the other thing, too, is you talk about the team? Look at their twitter feed now that we have a name or strategizing all the ways to draft your favorite player. Yeah, like there are people in the league. Telling me I'm sick of these guys already sold. The rivalries are building. Yes, rivalries are building so the other two Jeff I I'd heard was. I heard the amount of meetings over the small details were unreal. The color of the is how many is you know I didn't realize I saw the video. When you look at the logo, the S has tentacle through it. like that black line is the tentacle of the cracking, and there was one person who told me that They weren't so sure about this until they saw that video and I have to say identify with that. When I saw the video and saw that that's what that black line was supposed to be. I thought that was really cool. What are the things about the whole reveal by? Seattle is the security around at the secrecy around. It the lack of leaks. I thought for sure that by the morning of the announcement it would be out there and confirmed by somebody I'll tell you the one thing that I learned from one of maybe if not my favorite movie of all time jaws. Is this Don't show the shark. Secret that movie is they don't show the shark until much later on. Don't show the shark and the one thing that Seattle did in this entire process is. They didn't show the shark like sure. There was a temptation there to extend the metaphor. Show the shark, but they didn't do it. Even in that video as everybody is going through this pruder's style frame by frame by frame, trying to look for clues I gotta give it to Seattle Man. They didn't show the shark at all. One of the big conversations I heard after they decided the name was. What's the Mascot GonNa look like. Well and that's when you get the rivalry about DETROIT WITH DETROIT. Yes, it looks too much like a traditional octopus. It won't. There's no way it will. No of course not, and they also said like the Jersey, the crack and has to look. Not like a WIMP, it can't be a wimpy cracking I. Don't know enough about mythological creatures. I'm not sure there can be a wimpy cracking. Does it exist I? Doubt it every movie I've ever mccracken. They're pretty nasty, but they definitely talk about that. We can't have a soft cracking. So the jerseys were revealed the branding is revealed and Tim Leiweke, who's a CEO of the Oak View Group was on hockey central with us. The day of the announcement and he let something slide. Let something slip. That was pretty interesting. We spent more time going back and look at the Metropolitans. In the fact, they won the Stanley cow, so we spend a lot of time looking at that history and tradition. I won't spill all the beans, but I'll tell you. There's a third and Fourth Jersey coming. Eventually wore on her that legacy in that tradition. Hundred Seventeen team. Of course when the won the Stanley Cup I would imagine that if they're winking at history that hard, and I think that they will. That will probably see Abana raising on opening night while you're going to do something special rate. I think they'll do a number of the special things on opening night I would imagine that would be one of them. Yes, and you know a nice touch too here. We are here here. He goes, SEATTLE. Here's here's a million ideas here on this podcast. HAP Holmes was the goaltender for that Seattle team homes played on a number of Stanley Cup, champions real good goaltender born in Aurora in the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame, died relatively young I think it is early fifties in Florida, but he wore a baseball cap. I think it might have been the first goaltender in the NHL to ever wear a baseball cap. It would be nice if they did something with HAP Holmes and abate. I don't know what it is I'm just doing this off the top of my head, but if someone is wearing a hap-. Maybe it's whoever the goaltender is for. The opening ceremony wears a HAP, Holmes baseball hat that would be a nice touch for the. Hockey nerd like me out there. WHO DIDN'T GET SASQUATCH well? One thing I looked up was to Seattle have any retired numbers and they don't. Remember when Ottawa came in had an old retired number. Frank Finnegan, and they honored it. But Seattle, I can't sense that they do. Okay, so now. Seattle's job is to make this team to create this team out of nothing not unlike what Vegas went through most recently. Do. They have a friend in the flat Cap Seattle All I. We talked about this last week. I, think they're a huge winner. In the new CBA their job just became. If easier is the right word, but I they gain some real advantages and. A few teams have said that to me that the mistakes Vegas they were going to avoid them now. Circumstances have dictated that someone's going to have to make them, and it's a huge advantage for them. There's no question from a financial point of view Elliott. We just mentioned the flat cap here second ago. Given the economic realities NHL NHL is going through now, and we'll go through in the next couple of seasons I know. I opened up by saying how important is Seattle team, but I'll ask it again from an economic point of view to this team, not just become where the more important teams in the NHL team thirty two new infusion of money. Well there's no question that that's true and new infusion of enthusiasm to the Batman, and daily made it very clear and their negotiations with the players that ownership cash flow was very important. They got expansion money that players don't share in from Vegas and there were some owners who thought they didn't get enough. In terms of the system stuff, edgy arbitration that they wanted, but one of the things they could be sold on was that they've expansion money coming in, and that's their win, and that's cash, so there's no doubt that Seattle's big for a lot of reasons, and the other thing too is even before this. There were people who were predicting. Predicting that Seattle would be a top ten revenue team in the NHL. They're gonNA need that. They're merchants already hot negative. That's one of the reasons. It didn't get out because it's not ready at right me, you can order stuff, but I learned through this process that one of the ways that logos and names get leaked Jeff is that you have to share them with vendors or you presale them to vendors and things like that. They didn't do it this time. They didn't do it this time day. Kept it all close Alright talk, congratulations, seattle you now have a name in the NHL has team

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NHL’s Seattle team unveils ‘Kraken’ name along with logo, jersey design

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:15 min | 2 months ago

NHL’s Seattle team unveils ‘Kraken’ name along with logo, jersey design

"We are proud to give you the Seattle cracking. I'm Heidi Devil. And I'm, the vice president of marketing for the Seattle crackin. It's now my honor to take you through the inspiration for this new and exciting brand. Seattle is a city built by the sea. In our PJ's sound is notorious for its deep waters. As a child growing up here. I was always really proud of that. My grandmother from Ballard and my grandfather from Linden would entertain my siblings and cousins and I with tales of sea voyages and beasts in the deep As I got older, I learned that the largest octopus on planet Earth lives right here in our waters. about galloping Gertie and the legend of the King Octopus under Tacoma Narrows Bridge. And I can't help but think that these magnificent and highly intelligent creatures could only be descended from one thing. See the truth is hockey's always been here, sleeping giant ready to be awoken. And this city deserves a hockey club untamed as the sea herself. And when we heard the rallying cry ing of the fans and we heard the undeniable passion they had for this name. We knew it was the one We are the Seattle crackin. Our logo was built in close partnership with Adidas. To honor Our city. Our beast. And the incredible game of hockey. Wearing the shape of the s, like our champion predecessors. Seattle metropolitans. Our team will take the ice and play each in every game like it's the Stanley Cup final. Like our city. Our logo is carved from the sea. Two shades of blue converged to form a bevel ing that honors our maritime history. Stealthy tentacle and a fierce eyes symbolise the mighty crackin and the tenacity. Our players will bring toe every moment on the ice. Perhaps the most intriguing part is what you don't see. This is a brand that will grow with it city the crack in the mysterious beast and will continue to reveal itself over time. There you have it. The Seattle crackin, which apparently the team had not or the NHL. Seattle officials did not care for it first has actually been named. The team name. They've got a logo that is an SM will soon find out what the uniforms look like. Of course, we'll have to wait for you to get those on visuals. But it's an exciting day. NHL Seattle now announcing the name of the team as a Seattle crackin

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Over 400 Advertisers Hit Pause On Facebook, Threatening $70 Billion Juggernaut

Hey, It's Cory Hepola

02:25 min | 2 months ago

Over 400 Advertisers Hit Pause On Facebook, Threatening $70 Billion Juggernaut

"Burns not happy. It's gotten issue. Stop Hate for profit campaign just started up a couple weeks ago. Now more than 400 companies. Coca Cola Adidas Ford Lego have evolved, have vowed to halt advertising on Facebook. It's AH growing protest over how Facebook handles hate speech, another harmful content. And so this campaign takes aim at the most important thing to Facebook. Which is money. Facebook's advertising juggernaut, which accounted for more than 98% of the company's nearly $70 billion in revenue last year. The goal of this campaign stop paid for campaign to force Mark Zuckerberg to address the effect that Facebook has had on our society. Mark Zuckerberg, finally this morning and said, You know what? I'm going to be with him. Why Because money talks Right money talks didn't need to pay attention. Never need to pay attention until Oh, Now you got 98%. Going after my 98% of my revenue. My advertising. All right, Alison. gotta hire more moderators. And then who decides what is hate speech like we all know. Don't know. Some hate speech. We all know. Okay, way over here. That's that's hate speech. And then there's some stuff in the middle. Where I mean, I I would consider that hateful. Disgusting speech. But what would a moderator Feel it the same way. To say Well, is that Who's Who's that directed at Is that borderline like there's a lot of borderline. Hate speech is a lot of underlying code that gets through to I suppose if you were to clean out just Is other the He really The garbage. That gets through That would help. And so it's to stop a for profit campaign. And now, Zuckerberg what you talking about my revenue. You know who else

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Adidas HR head resigns as company addresses diversity issues

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Adidas HR head resigns as company addresses diversity issues

"Karen Park and the global head of Human Resources at Adidas is retiring from the company following employees complaints about the sportswear, giants culture and lack of diversity. A group of Adidas employees had called on the company's supervisory board to investigate whether parking and taking the right approach to address racial issues in the workplace.

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Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott

"Says major users of its cloud computing services. Hoping to benefit from rising government spending and private investment. The Wall Street Journal says the move by Amazon Web services comes during a multiyear surge in U. S military and civilian agencies spending on space projects. Ford, Pepsico, Clorox, HP, Adidas and Microsoft, the latest blue chip companies to join the growing advertising boycotting Facebook and its Instagram unit over its failure to deal with hate speech and misinformation on its platform. Over 280 companies have now joined the boycott. And that's your money now. Jennifer Gosh. Inca Comeau

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Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

"Ads from social media. Adidas is the latest company to pause its advertising on Facebook with company and it's Reebok subsidiary will suspend ads on Facebook and Instagram through July. Same for Denny's Ford and Best Buy. Clorox and ConAgra are among others taking action on ads through the end of the year. Some companies say it's to pressure Facebook to doom or to stop the spread of hate speech and misinformation. Part of the hashtag stop Hate for profit. Others say it's part of an overall effort to reviews, Social Media presence. Steve

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Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

"Boycott against Facebook has now got about 250 companies on board, including Ford, Pepsi, Adidas and Denny's. The latest arrivals to the list, joining the Stop Hate for profit campaign. They're all promising not to spend money on Facebook ads in July this after civil rights groups have been accusing the social media giant of doing very little to stop hate speech and misinformation.

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Kanye West is bringing his Yeezy brand to Gap in 10-year deal

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Kanye West is bringing his Yeezy brand to Gap in 10-year deal

"Gap was cheered on Wall Street for extending its partnership with Kanye west gap signed a multi year deal with Kanye's Yeezy brand to design adult and kids clothing a gap stores starting in twenty twenty one easy footwear won't be part of that deal however as it's designed with adidas shares gap soared higher on the news up by nineteen

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"adidas" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"adidas" Discussed on The Journal.

"Adidas is the largest sportswear retailer in the world after Nike Its logo. The three stripes is one of the most recognizable brand around. Our colleague courageous after covers retail and she says that over the years there's been one key group of people who have helped make adidas so famous. It has really leaned on black culture in the last couple of decades to market its products, it uses black sports, stars and sell sneakers using black influencers. This link with black culture goes back decades in the nineteen eighties the rap group. Made a song about the sneakers. These days Adidas has deals with musicians like frail Williams Kanye West, and beyond say and athletes like NBA player James Harden. Defense Authors Houma game in a box. It's really important for a dita's gear and sneakers to be worn by a black artist by the black sports stars. The black community is very important to Adidas, but dozens of employees or saying that the external image of Adidas as a company that's in tune with black culture isn't reflected inside the company. Starting with its Leadership Adidas is a German company. That's where it's offices, and where most of its top leadership is from, the company doesn't have any black members on his executive team or board of directors. When Julia Bond started working as an assistant designer at the company's North American headquarters in Portland Oregon last year, she noticed almost immediately that people inside. Indeed this didn't look like the people in its ads. I joked about it at the time like with my co worker, I remember sitting at my desk and I laughed I was like well, only black person and she was like. She was like, but wait really you. You are the only black person, and then we started to talk about it and she was like wait. I think you're. I think you're the only black female across like apparel designer across all categories here. Wow, and that. That was really isolating. I was like. Wow! I guess I am the only black female that's. DESIGNING APPAREL IN PORTLAND. For Adidas right and I was like that was really. Was a dark day. I would say because it was very like. Wow, okay I. know we're out there right I know there's black female apparel designers out there, but like where where are we? I would notice it a lot more after said it out loud. I would be in meetings and I would look, and I'd be like still just me. Then one day last summer only a couple months after she became a full time employee, something happened that made Julia. Feel even more isolated at work. Did is creative. Directors had sent inspiration packets to design teams all across the company. These packets were full of images images that we're supposed to serve as a conceptual starting point for the next season's collection. Damages were also hung up on a wall so that designers could be constantly thinking about them. And that's when an intern on Jewish team came over to talk about one of the pictures. She had come down to our area and she was like hey, did you guys see the confederate flag on the wall? And I was like what. Are you sure it's a confederate flag I googled it and shoulders like this is a confederate flag shorts that like didn't believe her, and she was like. Yeah, come on, let's go on the wall and look. So. We looked at the wall and my immediate team came with me, and we looked at it and I'm looking at this image of a guy who's skating with a confederate flag on his t shirt. And I remember. A start to cry and I wasn't expecting that at all. And this is after we had a meeting where. Our marketing team is telling us that we have to better target inservice service, the urban consumer and I use the biggest air quotes of my life here. When they mean black people. like our highest design. Aspiration is a confederate flag. Yet you guys want us to speak to black people. It broke me to be honest because. I can't understand how. This happened like you know like how. How did that happen? To my ancestors died. Because people chose to wave that flag. That flag is a symbol of hatred. And it frustrated me so much I just couldn't stop crying and my team was like Llosa's like so messed up like. You shouldn't be made to feel this way at work and they were even flustered. For Julia. It wasn't just the image. She was also disturbed at the thought of how many other employees must have seen it and not said anything. These images went not only to the Portland team, but also to Germany, and they also like circulated around not just apparel, but footwear and marketing. Allot lot of hands had these images right and you know these were the final images right so I can only imagine the process of you know. Consolidating and dwindling down, and getting really clear, and making sure that these were the ones. You want it to show the team. Julia talked to her boss and hr about the incident. She says she was promised an explanation about how a confederate flag got into the design inspiration packet, but that explanation never came. Adidas declined to comment on Julius Story and declined to provide us with a racial breakdown of its staff. The same summer that Julia had the incident with the confederate flag, another employee in a different part of the company was dealing with something similar. His name is Aaron Teret. I'm thirty years old, born and raised in Germany, half black openly queer I've been working for the data's group for close to three years now Aaron works for Reebok. A Brand Adidas owns last August he went to an all hands meeting Reebok's Boston office with a group of top executives from Adidas. There was a Q. and A. In one question had to do with the New York Times story about Adidas that run a few weeks earlier, the story highlighted concerns from employees about a lack of diversity and its effect on the company's culture. Adidas is head of HR. Karen Parkin took the question. Because she felt this was mostly in age our topic. Karen Parkin started to answer this question. And she said more or less that this is only noise that we do here here in the US. I do not really believe that there's an issue was. Let me get this straight, so there was a question about how the company was. Going to deal with and confront racism correct, and the head of human resources stood up with the company, and said that racism was just noise in the United States. Yes more or less That's what she said correct. This sparked quite a lot of outrage and at our headquarters, so the day after there was a lot of meetings with the SLT's the senior leadership team at L. Company where we discussed what has happened and a lot of employees in a very emotional manner, sometimes even started to share their experience, and how they felt there were people crying, because they've been with a company for a long time, and basically said that they felt very disappointed that even though our president and our team was also present during that meeting, no one had said anything. Now want to reiterate also that while Karen may have been the person that answered the question. No one did really say anything to answer in a more. Suitable way well. How did you interpret those comments to mean? And how did it make you feel about the company on that day? I lost a lot of trust. I think lost a lot of trust in the leaders Liebeck that will also present. I lost a lot of. The part numbers many of which I've actually met in person June time in Germany I lost a lot of trust in corporations as a whole. Did it said that it does not tolerate racism, but both Aaron Julia felt like the company hadn't.

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ISS & Adidas team up to make Boost sneakers in space

Innovation Now

01:17 min | 3 months ago

ISS & Adidas team up to make Boost sneakers in space

"A new scientific investigation being conducted on the International. Space Station is looking at high tech shoes manufactured in space. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The International Space Station now in its twentieth year of continuous human presence provides opportunities for research. The Shoe Company Adidas is hoping to Improve Foot Comfort. Thanks to research. They are conducting in space. Adidas uses a manufacturing process that blows thousands of phone pellets into a mold to create performance mid soles. Their boost investigation looks at how multiple types of pellets behave. Behave in the molding process by looking closely at pellet motion during the process, engineers can determine which pellets will optimize shoe, performance and comfort, besides creating better insoles, results of this investigation could demonstrate the benefits of manufacturing in microgravity, contributing to an increased commercial use of the space station in the future, and what data learns will benefit variety of other industries that use foam molding as well making this research, a cushy proposition

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Workers At Garment Factories In Bangladesh Face Harsh Conditions During The Pandemic

All Things Considered

03:37 min | 4 months ago

Workers At Garment Factories In Bangladesh Face Harsh Conditions During The Pandemic

"To Bangladesh which is under a coronavirus locked down except for garment factories the garment industry is critical to Bangladesh's economy and to the livelihoods of millions of mostly female workers there NPR's Lauren Frayer reports shampoo actor works twelve hours a day at a factory in Bangladesh's capital she sews denim jeans destined for the US and Europe earning ninety five dollars a month she's been able to support her disabled brother or sister and their parents that is until late March when her factory closed because of the corona virus Bangladesh's had about five hundred code nineteen deaths in a population of a hundred and sixty million you take my facts she was shut for six weeks I fell behind on rent I couldn't be my brother's medical evidence I'm very scared and one it's not only me one of my coral because I'm in the same position some relief came in early may when her factory re opened her manager gathered all the sewing machine operators together with I'm in my sixty percent of our salaries for the days you missed but he also said global orders have basically stopped and he doesn't know how long you'll be able to keep being listed on in Bangladesh where there are no unemployment benefits any pay cut or furlough can literally be to starvation milled up no money starving hunger not as much achter no relation to Shamba is a former child labor and now president of one of the largest union federations in Bangladesh the last time she saw such desperation was seven years ago when a garment factory called Rana plaza caught fire and collapsed killing more than a thousand people love that well not many days sector the worst knows many survivors were left with nothing but back then big fashion brands stepped up the pay compensation for wages and implemented new safety standards doctor says that's not happening now global brands are obsessed with their own pain they're canceling orders in Bangladesh where they typically don't have to pay until they take the goods and now close are piling up in warehouses gap has yet to pay a penny for back orders JCPenney Kohl's mother care hi Lisa Barron blot in California is an activist behind the hash tag Hey up campaign which is petitioning big fashion brands to pay for whatever they ordered before the pandemic broke out NPR contacted those brands gap and Kohl's did not respond J. C. Penney has declared bankruptcy and says it hopes to make some vendor payments mother Kerr says it's working very closely with manufacturing partners but didn't respond when asked for specifics bear in blood says that's not enough these are mothers sisters wives who kept these brands profitable for decades and it is not the time in a global pandemic for these brands to turn their backs on the women who make our clothes she says some brands including H. and M. adidas and Nike have agreed to pay K. for seven point five billion dollars in backorders factories are re opening to fill those with some help from government loans well I actually talked to since her factory gave her mask and installed a hand washing station at the door but her sewing machine is just inches from the next one no social distancing and that is the least of her worries she just hopes the factory stays open I need to work she says all die of hunger before I die of this

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How to Effectively Manage Accelerating Change in Your Business with Don Mackenzie

Stories Behind the Grind

06:01 min | 4 months ago

How to Effectively Manage Accelerating Change in Your Business with Don Mackenzie

"Thanks so much for coming on the stories behind on cost. It's great to have you on. Thank you for having me. Join your the managing director of Adidas here in Australia. You've previously listed on destroying company on the X. Which managed billions of dollars of insurance claims and expanded the business internationally across Australia New Zealand Philippines in Great Britain reaching Five at six hundred staff whilst becoming the youngest managing director of Asset Company at the time. Tell me what was like growing up for you. In where did your entrepreneurial journey begin on the entire was a blast from the Pasta was a An interesting previous lots. Look a lucky break. When I was young my father all I was at university. You Cue up is the sole something in me and backed me in a little I'm improvements business that it guttering and roofing and all sorts of things like that so I walked around in bushels sky. Chooses a thing on Montaigne. You're all the business and and supply chains and things will go wrong and customers and processing all that jazz and and just had a real passion not so much to the product you know just the business so really got stuck into that and and built that up ended up selling that often and started another Businesses still had a bit of sort of getting deeper into the management of insurance clients but I built some software to manage it because of that time everything I still remember off the one storm having decided to someone. Look I'm sorry are you. Send the required request or a little bit light on. My fax machine is currently busy and and the early two thousands everything was facts and I remember the first email I got with a job request. Though was one of my skin sense that they would email us. Because how do they even know? I check my email every day. So not the done thing had just built that up and it's and things and Some things worked out really well some things that really proud of and and some things did not work out well and it was the lessons of both sides of move really quite interesting and and you know learning that sixty s to early doesn't actually teach you much doesn't actually teach you what not to do and teach you sort of things for the future and some of the difficult times kind because Han. Saad didn't know as much as I wanNA put onward but anyway that's how little you mentioned on so some big lessons from more values than as opposed to the successes of their any big lessons to sort of. Stay out you back. Spend that gives carried through. You'll sort of Korea. I guess as you've gone along. Yeah one of the big lessons is that actually the structure no structural achieve your vision and your mission in hunt side. There's lots of good strategies and lots of good vision. People I work with now and companies that invest in north of energy and focus that goes into strategy and vision and mission all on. Just it's actually the structure that will achieve it so as an example. A bite the one you know. A structural issue is like time orientation meaning short-term time orientation is long-term time orientation if your structure is short-term orientated and needs to be as an example come across a lot of people that are entrepreneurial wants to build a business they. WanNa get a business off the ground but you know what they're gonNA put food on the table in the show family. They'RE GONNA pay off school phase dual these shorter term things and ultimately the problem then becomes is there not structured so actually achieve that vision mission because the build a business? Sometimes you've gotta go for years with with very little in common you've got to bootstrap Lou those things in the problem. Is they become more and more frustrated because then achieving that vision and the mission thoughts from agree. I A lot of the things that I was trying to do. Didn't have a hope in hell of actually seeing a lot of day but because they weren't good ideas that I didn't have the passion on the Ngoni of that we didn't have the structure lies to Do it and sort of really getting to the bottom of the ingredients structure frost now with what we do with some clients. It's just about the time our intention roller responsibilities wards systems at your information flow all of these things flow into well we would define as the structure. And if you don't have the structure what you WanNa cheap got a choice to make. Either you keep going to that vision that mission so to speak and ignore the structure or you gotTa do a little bit of a dance. Maybe and I changed my structure a little bit to get a little bit of the mission and vision that I want and they once. I've done that a little bit of the dance. That in hindsight was one of the big learning even today so on we just on that as a structural element and it's silly example that I use. I wake up one day and decided I wanted to be. I my own supermodel now. The good thing with podcast is you. Don't actually have a video so I I can assure people that I am not structured to be Amousou. Gamal have the looks the stakes any of those bits and pieces right. I don't have the structure to be a mile supermodel so I've got a couple of choices. Either I can change my structure. Maybe I can gone lose. Twenty kilos leg extensions facelift. Go to the gym. All of that and become close to what today's definition is of a mouse. Oh Oh it's what I'm going to have to update my mission and vision to actually the achieve when I can based on my structure so there needs to be a bit of a Damn Mission Instruction Michigan structured structure. Yes I will can I change. My structure is something out of my control. Dance and and people did that more. And we're able to adjust the structural reality of the reality. Today I would be able to make incremental steps towards the big vision but often they just try shoe to five without a structure to support it so that was a big one that I still carry through tonight.

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NCAA calls alleged Kansas basketball violations "egregious"

Rich Eisen

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

NCAA calls alleged Kansas basketball violations "egregious"

"College basketball the NC double a enforcement staff said Kansas basketball I'm a committed egregious and severe rules violations that significantly undermine and threaten the NC double a collegiate model also Adam said that was their head coach bill self an assistant head coach they embrace the welcoming courage adidas employees influence

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Adidas says worse to come as profits and sales plunge

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Adidas says worse to come as profits and sales plunge

"But it is forecast a loss in the second quarter as revenue slides because more than two thirds of the athletic wear maker stores are closed because of the pandemic the company said sales will probably fall about forty percent after first quarter net profit slid ninety seven percent and a recovery for adidas depends on China but that won't offset closures in North America Europe and

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High Tech Shoes in Space

Innovation Now

01:21 min | 7 months ago

High Tech Shoes in Space

"A new scientific investigation being conducted on the International Space Station is looking at high tech shoes manufactured in space this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future. The International Space Station now in its twentieth year of continuous human presence provides opportunities for research. The Shoe Company. Adidas is hoping to Improve Foot Comfort. Thanks to research. They are conducting in space. Adidas uses a manufacturing process that blows thousands of phone pellets into a mold to create performance mid soles. Their boost investigation looks at how multiple types of pellets behave in the molding process by looking closely at pellet motion during the process engineers can determine which pellets will optimize shoe performance and comfort besides creating better insoles results of this investigation could demonstrate the benefits of manufacturing in microgravity contributing to an increased commercial use of the space station in the future and what data learns will benefit variety of other industries. That use foam molding as well making this research a cushy proposition all around for innovation now. I'm Jennifer. Pulley

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"adidas" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"adidas" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Let's talk about transition sentence my favorite shoe brand that I love to hate as we're like hate to love. Love hate relationships mutual, so Edita's. Where does crocs fit it and then oh, that's a hate hate relationship. Oh, okay. Got I hate crocs crocs hates me for talking so much about how I hate crocks. I see. So that's hey, this is love hate. This is this is this is an on again off again, relationship data's it's complicated. We'll get back to that. For those of you new listeners who were like what is Lisa's problem with Adidas? So the news this week is that is testing the future craft loop. It is the first sneaker it is designing to be returned to us for recycling into another pair of shoes. Adidas is looking at this sneaker as part of the closed loop process, where nothing ends up in landfills, according to an article about it in Blasi, David quad, who was the project director, on the global strategy team told glossy that consumption can facilitate the expression of self creativity. But people as we know on the show are becoming more aware of the car. Consequences that consumption can have. So they're trying to offset that model of consumption. He said, quote, at the end of the day, even our product made from recycled ocean plastic still gets thrown away. That's the key insight that fueled future craft loop and gave us the inspiration to come up with an alternative unquote. Adidas is testing the future craft loop sneakers with a group of two hundred consumers influencers and athletes that does not include me. Are you better just a little another two to three hundred pairs are being tested by Adidas employees and in a few months, they're all gonna turn in their shoes so that they can be recycled into a second generation?.

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"adidas" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"adidas" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So this is just a big announcement. That is not getting probably as much attention as it should. And will eventually last Thursday. Adidas announced the Dido's German sportswear giant Nike competitor. They announced almost like very vaguely that they have signed the beyond say Knowles as a creative partner. Now, they didn't give any details on how much they're paying beyond say or exactly what this partnership entails, but it's a long term partnership. Apparently that includes designing quote, new signature, footwear and apparel as well. As relaunching her. I've e- park at leisure brand beyond says been looking for a home for this Ivy park at leisure brand. She's been trying to launch obviously inspired by the name of her child. And then whatever the fuck else. I don't know. Apparently, she bought back what top shop had a fifty percent stake in Ivy park, and she. I bought it back because this guy behind top shop is named Philip green British billionaire he had Ella Gatien's of sexual harassment and racial abuse. And so beyond say bought him out in a press release beyond say, call the the deal with the Dita's the partnership of a lifetime for me. And for those of you who are like, nobody gives a fuck. Why does this matter the shoe games? Big deal to me. I love shoes a lot on the huge fan of Adidas. I'm a big fan of the the stuff that they've been able to pull off the last few years. And if you haven't noticed the game has shifted enormously over the last few years, mostly as a result of moves. The Dita's has made Nike used to be far and away the most dominant tear a shoe company in the world. Then it used to be like do who who's wearing a Dita's back. When Nike big like Mexican children who loves soccer. Yeah. Like, nobody was wearing deed as nobody was wearing Dita's. Everyone had like air force ones in Jordan. It was a much much smaller market share that a deed is had. Then like here's a bit from Yahoo finance. It helps put this in perspective. There is some president president here for Konya west every year from two thousand eleven to two thousand fifteen Adidas share of the US market declined..

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"adidas" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on KNSS

"Melvin g. Love love everyone. Right. But the campaign her didn't make me guy. They get to see my dad all the time like a guy that catch. It was something. Feel like super bad favorite superhero superman came for me. Also looks up to you. American industry critical. Put the beep on it. Yeah. Yeah. It is kinda odd to hear that in the Oval Office cookie said she's not that doesn't matter. He's our nut today. But there he has notice he says, I love Hillary. I love everybody. But that campaign, I'm with her just didn't make me feel as a guy that I wanted to see my dad and go out and play catch. But when I put on the Trump maga- hat, I felt like a superhero I felt like superman when I put on the make America great again cap. They're going to hate this. They're just gonna hate this. He next says, I think I think yea like pretty much every celebrity and quays I- athlete has a deal with Nike. But Kanye says that Trump inspired him to move over to Adidas heart. But I wouldn't. Eighteen fourteen million dollars. Dollars a year. Now, we have a thirty eight billion dollars market cap. It's called the easy. And I went to casper meeting in Chicago. And I say you have to bring manufacturing onshore into corps. The core of Edith Chicago core we have to America draw. So this thing maybe a billionaire lost two hundred million dollars walking away from that deal. More work for me to take a chance. And a half. No fathers in Chicago with. Kind of sit there and shudder when Kanye lets loose here. Would you gotta have the whatever's to go, but what he's talking about here? You gave. Yeah. I think I know what he's talking about. You don't you? Don't know what he's saying here. Okay. Okay. What? Here. He said you gave me the heart to go to a Dita's when I went in where a fourteen billion dollar company losing to billionaire, meaning he invested in it. Now Adidas because Trump advised him to go to Adidas. Now. It's a thirty eight billion dollar market cap Atta meeting, and he told Adidas they got to bring manufacturing back to America. Following Trump's initiative. He told Adidas you want me in. We got a manufacturer in America. So bring it to Chicago. That's the core of middle America. We have to make middle America strong. And I couldn't lost two hundred billion dollars walking away from this. I could lost that those two hundred billion. I know con- you had that kind of money that he'd be wealthier than than visas. At the time. I think he's talking about. Okay. That one. I don't know what he's saying. I'm not gonna try to tell you what how he lost two hundred billion. But he's basically trying to say that Trump's advice helped him save. Adidas by bringing Vitas manufacturing on shore and took them from a net loss to a net positive of thirty eight billion dollar market cap. Then he says, which I'm sure that you'll have no trouble understanding, bipolar. Was the polar disorder? Neuro psychologists that worked with the athletes, the NBA and NFL. Dropped some boxes. I have seventy five percents alcohol human beings, but it was counting eight number backward. Talker. Going to work with that one ninety eight percent Freud. He said that I actually was bipolar. I had sleep deprivation which could cost the Mitch ten to twenty years from now, I wouldn't even remember my son say, so he's do you understand that he say some shrink told him? He was bipolar and the shrink was wrong. And they looked into his brain. And they found out that he has a very high IQ. He's up there with tesla. And he's up there with Ernst line. To see these tests Freud not nine tesla and Freud, and then they told him that he wasn't bipolar. He had sleep deprivation. And that was gonna cause dementia. So he got all that fixed. I I dunno sleep deprivation sleep apnea who knows what the what that was a Trump was just sitting there with his arms folded. I don't know Trump was smiling. While while all this was going on. I'll tell you one thing. One thing this was not screened this, obviously, nobody knew what was going to happen here. They roll the dice on this. You and you agree with that? Okay. Here's a now Hicks talking that they mocked him on Saturday Night Live. They made fun of him Kanye on Saturday Night Live and a constantly do Trump. So now he's talking about Saturday Night Live and Trump would I need Saturday Night Live improve on liberals improve on it. If he don't look good. We don't look good. This is our president. He has to be a freshest highest the fly planes. The best factories and we have to make our poor empower. We have to bring jobs age America because our export is entertainment ideas. But when we make everything in China and not in America, we're cheating on our country. And we're putting people in the half to legal thanks to end up in a factory ever the system. Okay. You're on your own on that one that when you it's okay. Then explain that one and that one I don't get tell me what he said very quickly. What was he saying? Okay. If we don't have if we don't all okay. If we don't have jobs people end up in prison, which is the cheapest factory there is all right. And and you like that one. Okay. Well, the yeah. Okay. Final one. When it was over. Trump was almost speechless. I'll tell you. That was. I hate to say this, Jim. Jim didn't say anything Jim Brown remained seated saying nothing Trump said I don't know what you're going to say that Jim. Anyway. So what do you think as purpose was here? I think Tanya was attempting to in his own way show his support for Trump. He got up and hugged him. So I love this, man. And I don't know these people are always seeking. Cameras and PR opportunities. You can't take that out of this equation either. But say whatever you want he can't get there unless Trump invites him, and it was a scheduled launch. That was at the core of this outside of manufacturing prison jobs in America. It'll take a brief timeout it'd be back. Right. Russia's always at work and the IB never closes fifteen hours a week here. What is there not said it turns out a lot? And the Limbaugh letter is a repository for three hours is just not enough. Get the Limbaugh letter available in print and digital editions. Subscribe now at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the network. It's forty nine degrees on this Thursday afternoon at s s. Hi, Michelle Malkin here. One of the biggest outrageous, I reported on was the trial of abortion,.

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"adidas" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on KNSS

"Former Adidas consultant TJ guests Noah testified Wednesday that he made payments to players including this year's first overall pick in the NBA de'andre and and former five star recruit Brian bone junior to name a few. This is part of the trial of former agent Christian dockets. Adidas executive James ghetto and former Adidas consultant Merle code all facing charges for conspiring to influence players to sign with Adidas sponsored schools all three defendants have pleaded not guilty de'andre Eytan and the university of Arizona had been previously mentioned in the FBI scandal with arrows on a head coach Sean Miller denying allegations that the eight and family received payment to learn their son to join the Wildcats men's hoops program. Manopolio Tano, Fox News. British newlyweds on their honeymoon. And such a good time. They bought the hotel where they stayed Gino lions and Mark Lee were on their honeymoon in Syria Lanka, and we're having a good time. Actually, a really good time as in. They could feel no pain, admittedly. They'd been drinking quite a bit when they decided to make an offer on the small beachfront spot. They were staying at the owner said, yes. So now, they hold a three year lease to the seven bedroom bed and breakfast, Gary bomb Garten, Fox News. A massive mega millions jackpot up for grabs later this week for now the mega millions jackpot four this coming Friday as the third largest in the game's history, it's an estimated price of five hundred forty eight million dollars take the lump sum cash option, and you get about three hundred nine million. But it may get even bigger than that the it's been growing since it was last one on July twenty fourth and it could even close in on the altar. Time record jackpot, which was six hundred fifty six million dollars shared by winners in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland in twenty twelve till NATO, Fox News. Seven eleven now, eleven minutes past seven o'clock. We Stephen Ted..

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"adidas" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Channel 33

"That was what a tease of bars is like your son deserves more than an adidas press run but that really speaks to the nature of drake rate is that he is totally going to the his messaging about his son is going to sound like product messaging it's going to be a part of his rollout for his album scorpion it's coming out later this month it's it's gonna be a part of his brand management which is weird it's weird that we go from kid we didn't even know that exist existed to incorporating a small child into the brand management of a pop star and it's a thing that happens with all celebrity children got them monetize lows toddlers but it's it's in this case it's just jarring because the kids come out of nowhere you're what i'm saying contrast it with a kardashian baby rollout right where it's like the pregnancy is this thing even if it's not announced it's a thing this is like a surprise draw a surprise drop a real surprised well yes oh push a ruin drake surprise pates right right that's exactly what happened we're talking about a kid is prized but it's true in the context of how drake is going to talk about his baby mama secret kid going forward it's going to it's going to seem like that it's going to seem like this is a guy who's adjusting to the fact that he was trying to surprise drop a child and and there was a leak.

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"adidas" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Joining us on the line now is paula monica from cnn money in paul thank you for joining us today we're talking to and under our mode start first with adidas this is a company that really seems to be on the upswing over the last three to four years where do they see the most growth coming from you very well i'm going to be the nba he'd this year because out great he is you know he's a very good marketing type of guy and especially with that big beer is so you know i think that you know this has been benefiting from that what's interesting is that now you've got the cognac controversy with all of his comment that seemed to be a little you know crazy so i think that says something that people are wondering adidas has stuck with ganja they have you know an affiliated with him his brand of shoes and it seems like it's done well for them but go ahead hit increasingly difficult for big companies i think back someone who is as controversial as he is he's the the growth for adidas is it primarily on the footwear siders in apparel is well it's really been but we're side but apparel they've had some nice games also but i mean even though they reported some pretty solid numbers yesterday i think those results got overshadowed by controversies and stock actually fell what's over and go to underarm now this is a stock that pretty much from the end of two thousand fifteen through last fall was in just about a free fall going from forty three dollars a share down to about twelve the last six months they seem to be turning the corner is far as the stock price goes is that the businesses are improving or just because it had sold off too much it sold off a lot as you've noticed and it seems to be stabilizing now in the upper team that last check seventeen or so on that you a stock there are two classes shares no you got the other a shares as well which sixteen thing with under armour is almost the opposite edith under armor is having difficulty really gaining or regaining some of the momentum that it had the us you know the big splashy promotional poll with steph curry a couple of years ago and that was a big boost for them and you know.

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"adidas" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on The Playbook

"It was like over high i'm me overseas six hundred people you gotta use we haven't virtual platform for the t shirts now get all the sizes right they just go right on the text your name they can text braxton and then that's sure comes right to their house you gotta deal with yeah yeah it wasn't that it's an app yet won best moment web app in sports called the aggregated marketing shameless plug aggregating to get on that one the camps we literally do though we work with golf tournaments camps a lot with that so it's exact reasons you can't run out of shirts got all the right sizes and you do it afterwards and the kids love it then you get other sponsors as well speaking of sponsors one of the cool things too is you really well adidases your shoe sponsor level apparel to imperial too so you know it's not people realize is football players not easy to get a good shoe and appeared new and you have a really good one what it what it what was it about adidas because everybody goes with under armour or nike signed with all our athletes over the years what was appealing about adidas all been with not here ever since i was young you know how they had the best of the best you know the top three merchandise school period they picked you the you know this if you were going up to the nike campus that was it called area fifty one where they pick pick pick ten schools at the beginning season in four diamond schools how state was one of tcu is one of them and those diamond uniforms you got they had a plan that before the season in pick that's how i always know how state it'd be good when nike picks so we've been with i've been with them forever in you know no one indeed is came in always like do you know kobe hat on you know like i wasn't interested but now once i got older and understanding like the style they going to the cloud comfort gloves how much support you get you get behind them in how much though you know is is the.

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"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

"The next day when they are given time to explore adidas's bast archives a museum quality collection of old adidas shoes what they're looking at inside that room is corporate history but soon they realize they're looking at something else too they're looking at the company's future a company that before any other sneaker company did focused first on the athlete before leaving germany the two consultants make two recommendations the first is to doubled down on the kind of committed technical year that otti dassler prized back in the day limit color palettes limit the number of futuristic features the blatant nike rip offs stopped trying to chase nike and reebok that's a strategy that rarely works anyway better to reconnect with core functionality get back to doing would adidas does bashed and then more in strasser make another suggestion adidas should under no circumstances abandoned the classic brands like the stance myths in the superstars embrace the old stuff appeal to the sinomiddle instincts of old adidas fans and revive in refined the classics keep those core shapes and colors but update i'm with modern fit modern technology like improve souls and lighter rubber within a few weeks strasser and more than officially retained by their old arch enemy spearhead a line of performance of herald no first as it is equivalent and later as they beat his performance lives there tailored to appeal the record athletes and they began collecting the classic adidas styles and a group called adidas originates strasser and morris changes don't have an impact right away these two former nike executives of crafted a path it will eventually lead adidas powdered the wilderness and back into the.

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"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

"To the marketing budget the opposite some marketing budget of fifty million dollars to stay ahead of the competition if there were any doubt before it now seemed settled the tables have turned in 1987 horst dassler the businessman who put adidas on the map and more than one hundred fifty countries the man who helped transform his father's company into a multibillion dollar concern dies suddenly at the age of fifty one for the german firm the timing couldn't be worse not only is adidas getting pummelled in the us by nike but phil nights getting ready to launch a european invasion right there in adidas's backyard it stronghold and other rivals like reebok rambeau shing the three strives brand from the other side approaching annual sales of a billionplus the closing years of the 1980s marker new kind of low for adidas shrinking sales shrinking market footprint and above all a noticeable lack of the type of innovative new products that nike appears to be able to crank out by the truckload adidas's flailing in two hundred directions at once trying to expand into areas it has no business being in like casual outerwear and inside adidas's headquarters while it's basically become open warfare after horst dassler dies twenty percent of its shares good was kids audie junior and suzanne but horst also has four sisters and they control the remainder of the company the sisters begin working together and they start agitating for a sale of the company once proud three stripes losing out to reebok and nike it's unconscionable it's embarrassing otti junior and suzanne initially fight their odds but they have a pretty high tax bill from they're inheritance and they eventually decide to give up their shares the road to assail appears to have been paved and soon forst's sisters of located.

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"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

"Up sneaker culture and hip hop culture are now permanently fused but it's adidas with the first of the hip hop endorsement deals that's in front position to read the biggest benefit in fact in some ways things it adidas headquarters back in bavaria have never been better on volume alone the germanbased company far outpaces its rivals with annual sales regularly hovering around one and a half billion dollars as he equivalent of some three billion today in the mid '80s adidas's the industry trendsetter than his sneakers and a payroll will become even more iconic is the year's advance but horst dassler the chief of adidas in the son of the company's founder he knows that there are plenty of challenges facing the three strive brand for one thing there's the growth wave that adidas has been riding since the '60s and '70s mean how much longer can this go on for another there are now a lot of competitors wanting a piece of the sneaker action puma the company run by horst cousin are mean is gobbling up market share in europe and in the u s reebok shelling hundreds of thousands of pairs of aerobics and running shoes but they're not the greatest threat to adidas's continued dominance not by a long shot and horst knows it the greatest threat to adidas's top position is a certain company out of beaverton oregon named for the goddess of speed though adidas has scored a literal hit with the run dmc campaign nike has been gathering momentum with a raft of its own smart endorsements to say nothing of the shoes themselves sneakers that are changing the game with high tech features like the cortez considered by many to be the first modern running sneaker the little company that could a sprinted from annual revenue of less than twenty nine million in 1973 to more than eight hundred fifty million just a decade later now that's only half.

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"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Business Wars

"Vandame was entering a bold new era and this is episode four nike air today were picking things up in the 1980s a decade of big hair and bigger shoulder pads before the end of the decade though the sneaker would take on a significance both bigger and certainly more enduring than either of those passing fads indeed the sneaker continues told a special place today is both a fashion statement and a status symbol but how did that happen well as we'll here it had a whole lot to do the clash of sportswear titans but first let's get back to run dmc rocket a hometown crowd would my adidas in the crowd that night in out of town a guy named angelo anastasio he's slow now from the adidas offices on the west coast to see firsthand this run dmc phenomenon as it is honor for his vitas feels his heart racing when the arena full of fans raise their sneakers high in the air you can imagine i mean he heard this thing was big that man this is bigger than he dared to imagine after the show anastasio meets up with the wrappers vacs day how would you like to get paid to wear adidas clear members of red the amc told me much time to think this went of after all they've already become the brands loudest evangelist for a few days later the news goes public run dmc has become the first hiphop group in the world the sign a major endorsement deal with a sneaker company the pay out one million dollars in the weeks and months after adidas officially signs run dmc american sales of the shell towed sneakers sore billboards featuring the rap trio pop up in cities around the country the rappers work with adidas to develop their own line of tracksuits and superstar footwear versions of which by the way are still being sold today soon competitors follow suit signing up rappers to sport their brand a young rapper name dougie fresh is wrapping bali the beastie boys a wearing 'pumas grand master flash never goes anywhere without his bright red pair ponies slammed.

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"adidas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"My teeth checked up that's why my mouth hurt today we'll set a caller it's taiwan walker he lengthy be called into let us know that you must that went up to the you know what again coming colored walk a mile in my mouth right now and tell me the you'd be able to come out here slip up three slip slipup free first and last michael junior on espn radio need european have no it's not about my problems those by reputation those problems he's got a lot of them were used to have a lot of money and he still actually has all that money and we found out the sources kind of an interesting one as it pertains this whole situation so obviously rick pitino at the part of what was an fbi investigation surrounding a lot of impropriety in the world of college basketball but louisville came up particularly with their role with the deed as who was supposedly giving money to adidas to prospect so that they would come to adidas men sign with them after the draft all of this is to say that these two been tied together so closely and now we see more so than we ever could have thought and the headline the most of us are going to see today says rick pitino in the last adidas deal will louisville was pocketting ninety eight percent of the cash adidas was providing louisville when louisville athletic director tom your age announced a new one hundred sixty million dollar 10year deal with athletic apparel with adidas on august 25th the reporter asked him of some of the proceeds will be shared with university and his quote was it's for the athletic department it for the student athletes it's been earmarked for them and in fact what did i say you're h god guys i mean there's canker sores in there too i had a birthday last week i ain't nothing but cupcakes and cookies for like two straight days you what that does and then i decided to go to the dentist after like what kind of idiot them i why called an actually made that appointment after that that one's on me that one all where all of these mistakes tom jurij probably doesn't even deserve me pronouncing his name right after everything that's gone on there can tell you that much you want your name pronounced red eye michigan earned that or just be at the wrong place the wrong time and.

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"adidas" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"I think it's a brand that people think of over here they made me think like well they compete with nike and all these other brands but an over in europe and across the world adidas is is a worldwide leader isn't that the case yes absolutely differ pockets of the world the the brand resonates at different ways uh but uh you know a really the growth over the last three years in north america's unprecedented for the brand um so the the american consumer uh certainly seeing adidas in a brand new light and especially the gulf side of things now at ease gulf five months ago everyone will remember the news headlines because it is golf this big brand that was owning a number of other very small brands that sells off tailormade atoms in ashworth three very popular brands and that was in may and for those who don't know i guess jeff why are you able to say why you felt this move was necessary why this move ever happened hey they they may or may not be aware but but uh i mean it's really happened for a couple of reasons that the main reason his adidas just signing that's going to focus on its core competency which is of heroin footwear and obviously we've been doing that since 1949 in and do it quite well but that those are our court the cornerstones of our business in terms of of uh a product um but the other reason is to simply um the difficulty in managing multiple brands so um you know adidas is definitely getting to a point where it's it's going back to its core and focusing on the adidas brand uh first and foremost and not having competing priorities with with other brands as part of the purple portfolio and now you're the president of adidas golf.

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"adidas" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

Forbes Sports Money

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

"Being joined together to hip and this has been my argument uh for for a long time in behalf with on behalf of the athletes is everyone's in this together and the people who had the most to gain are the financial world and the universities and the out before ashley lasso everyone who was in the same room i i wasn't shocked i would only shocked at uh the day got him and then obviously the last the last line beyond what has sunk in the federal government involved which was not a the owed the entry of way enforcement they which is nothing other than uh of pretend thing that something actually is being done to go to really know what does happen on that level so that was my thing i was shocked by the enormity of it i was shocked by you know the federal government put their noses now yeah i'm not an attorney but the gist of this seems to be that uh adidas the huge sports apparel company is being accused of siphoning money to high school basketball players so that in order to get them to go to certain colleges or to use certain financial planners and with the hopes that these players would then turned into stars and then either when they were stars in college and then of course subsequently stars in professional basketball they would than uh endorsed these basketball players and these basketball players would wear adidas shoes and therefore that win help adidas sell basketball sneakers uh and what it's how one of the ways to seems to have changed to me over the years besides the actual the enormity of the dollars involves.

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"adidas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"This i think adidas is that that company it's is it might be worth the risk right if we start writing a couple of hundred thousand dollar checks cash rarely to get a guy we lay in the right guy the one guy it could really jettison are our profile as where we are among apparel companies nike's got so much to risk i just can't see i a say that it goes it happened yeah but i i don't know i i camps you know there's a difference between hey urinate you tell here's a free pair of shoes you're some gear right that sort of stuff on a regular basis verses oh here's one hundred thousand dollars go to win adidas school and then come beat adidas sprayed athlete once you go onto the perote's gotcha so rick patina there's other the sharks are circling around him what what kind of blood use of the court i mean i think he's totally aand i think of if you or any other any other coach that's a head coach because what's been implicated here the fbi arrested me chuck person that's got to play for the throat hornets tonight nothing denied the rifleman chuck person he's going to jail for a long time unless something a unless he gets some sort of a you know a pleabargain where he's outing other coaches and i think that's where we're headed where asia's eight the i don't wanna go to jail for up to eighty years which is something that's possible with some of these charges here and you're going to see this this snowball downhill were guys naming everybody else i mean this could really spread like wildfire for guys to avoid some serious prison time so you think you think between is going to go to go to jail and he was saying i think early this morning telling his staff ame this is it and if the guy who's just involved in an nc aa scandals strippers right in the last few months plus there was the whole situation of him having sex with somebody on a restaurant floor yes years and years ago yes allegedly yes it was an it was a nice italian rescue russell was very nice yes and desire and he as he kept will yessita which is which is very very important off the lights before he leaves that's exactly right and wiped live the.

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"adidas" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"adidas" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And i i can tell you having just gone through mexican airports the screening is lacking i i had adidas sneakers that have a metal sheet metal toe cap and it set off the metal detector and i forgot about them because i had never worn them through security before and so they didn't make you take your shoes off often you just walk through and the guy said okay there's something metal and i said well maybe it's my ring and i couldn't think of it and then lewis said oh no it's your sneakers and i said all right it's my sneakers and he just looked down and went okay we'll go through i could have had bombs in my sneakers and that was it he just smile that means it okay go on okay so let's go one step third of further with this of overview of what's going on in terms of travelling i'm wondering what this announcement from the hawaii emergency management the agency is going to do to those of us who love hawaii and who would like to go to hawaii and spend time i think this a wonderful place i love going i love hawaii area so yesterday or subtitler member winter was but i i saw this than i sorta caught my eye and then i went back to it again because of the ongo going north korean missile tests the hawaii emergency management agency is starting an educational campaign aimed at helping you if you're a resident there's we got a couple of stations listening to us in on the islands in hawaii i wonder with those of you over there a thinking and the those of us who are here who would like to be a visitor wanna go over there but there now beginning warren folks who were there that the state is a target of a nuclear missile attack or a potential target from the north koreans so i'm thinking about this and wondering whether it's some officials going too far.

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