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Jack Ma, Alibaba's Co-Founder, Resurfaces After Months of Lying Low

Mike Gallagher

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Jack Ma, Alibaba's Co-Founder, Resurfaces After Months of Lying Low

"China's highest profile entrepreneur has appeared in an online video is a parent's ending A 2.5 month absence from public view that prompted speculation about the future of the e commerce billionaire Jack Ma is the multi billionaire co founder of Alibaba, China and the world's biggest online retailer. He disappeared from public view after government regulators sensationally stopped a massive share issue. His finance company and group in the weeks before that, he'd provoked China's Communist Party authorities by saying they stifled innovation. He appeared by video link at an event for rural teacher's China has previously detained prominent executives here who's Cos it believes could pose a threat to stability. That's the

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

07:24 min | 4 months ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Pivot

"Everyone says your arbitrage arbitraging assets, arbitraging people specifically near desperation and their neutral flexibility arbitrage because I think the regular person using. US `exploitation do you WANNA call it? The word `exploitation, alright. Scott speaking of which peaking economies and how to bring them back Let's get to the big stories. China's economy grew by nearly five percent in the in the recent quarter. This means China's likely be the only major economy to expand this year. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund expects a world accommodated contract for percent by the way here in the US the budget deficit has soared to three point one, trillion dollars over the weekend. Also this week Alibaba China's biggest ECOMMERCE company. And Amazon strongest global competitor is buying China's largest box retailer son art son Art is Walmart's biggest competitor. So there's a lot unpack here, but China's doing. Great. So talk about this and what that mean for competition, we really got them with our trade deal I can see that I can see that they're really suffering from the blows we've put upon them well, first off. Mind blown I mean just mind belong there. Yeah. I saw it. The motoring pointed this out and and it's I. Think it's so ironic that the real victims of a crisis are usually not worthy crisis originates the crisis originates in China and wouldn't you know China is going to run through they are going to accelerate their basically the don of geopolitics right now, and that is they're going to accelerate through the pandemic right and there's a real lesson here and the lesson is that, okay what's the playbook and we like to think we're exceptional meaning we can't learn from anybody else because we have our head up our ass and think that anything we do even if it's terrible that we do it the right way. China what is the key? To distill down to three why China has been so successful at the way they have addressed the pandemic. The first is not the most important thing they locked that shit down. There was no excuse. There was no bullshit about freedom. There was no complaints about tyranny. You did testing you went into the economy and the people their economy contracted more severely than any economy in the world because. Okay. We actually have this thing called epidemiology and respect for science, and as far as we can tell until there's a vaccine, we've got to create these nodes of distribution and create distance between them and they locked down more harshly than anyone in the stage to was once they felt they had control of the pandemic got their supply chain backup and humming they open their factories, their supply chain I, and then phase three was to get their consumers backout spending money again, and you know what it's worked, and here we are with a series of half-measures complaints and no coordinated strategy and what you know Utah's out had its worst week since the beginning of the pandemic. A lesson here nobody wants to hear it and and we make these bullshit statements about Asia, that but they're more compliant, which is our way of saying they're week. Well, you know what we were pretty fucking can world war, two, we slowed down to thirty miles an hour week we bought war bonds didn't sit around waiting for a stimulus we sacrifice choose we were very compliant if you will. They have absolutely demonstrated a masterclass. Car Is said. So as Taiwan if you were to look at, there was a heat map. Showing Taiwan's amazing. I'm just writing a column about Audrey, Tang, the head of digital there this week, it's just amazing what they've done there. But. If you were to take if you were to look at every country and say and think of every every country as a stock and say relative to where it is. Now, would you predict it? The country as a stock will go up in value or down in value relative to its current place in the geopolitical world and you do a heat map you'd say, well, the places most likely that are likely to shed from where they are now are parts of Western Europe and the US there's just nationalism narcissism things aren't a Ford looking indicators and very strong there. But that's you want to say we're not an. Anti. Anglo. Saxon. New Zealand Canada Australia have done a pretty good job of trying to. Because of her behavior, she won a big victory in New Zealand doctor she's not talked. By the way. Back to you but and then if you said all right Asia, let's be honest if Asia was a stock in ETF, you'd want to buy it. If, you hit a map of your perception of which countries in which nations are going to thrive. It's like a heat map of corona virus, Corona virus, and the way who have the these nation states have handled. Covert nineteen is literally afford looking indicator of our physician empowered society and very negative important indicator are for us I agree, and this is these these rallies these all kinds. Of Different. It was really interesting because I was noticing the the voting now in Florida early voting and people who are voting were six feet apart standing in the rain with masks like going to do their duty right and they were not coalescing. They were not doing like dancing around singing to fortunate son which the guy who wrote fortunate son does not want them to be dancing to. And it was really it really is in the numbers viruses just saw and you look at China and you you're like, you can say virus twenty times a day. But the fact of the matter is they've shut it down effectively and here we are indulging ourselves. Being slopping and being resistant, and I, we joke about Scott Atlas but it's it's it's I don't even know what to say about he should be. Removed from the White House. If Joe Biden wins this election just removed and never allowed to come back in again because this is just This is about the economy. This is about getting back to work. I would like to everyone's got pandemic fatigue endemic I want to go to a restaurant and this this ridiculous indulgence that we've extended the life of this thing and not done everything we can to shut it down and you see China returning to grows. It's it's IT'S And you know you're going to see by the way how to had a backlash and they handled it they handled their backlash and they'll have another one into the fall. I'm sure. But it's just it's something else when you look at it. So does that give companies like Alibaba chance to become more powerful than Amazon? And if you were if if Biden does win what would you Do if you you were appointed to to to the bite administration and you have to deal with the China Situation Scott, I will never happen obviously but what would you do? What would you do? Well, are goes back to our original statement instead of make America great again, I think think the the right call sign for the Biden Harrison hopefully the Biden Harrison ministration is America again. And I think I think countries the trade together are just less likely to go to war with each other and I think that it's important that we understand China I just don't think there's any getting around. It just says everything's been accelerated ten years. China was supposed to overtake the US in terms of geopolitical power in ten years. We don't like to admit it. I think it's happened in the last ten weeks. Just as we withdraw from the world. Health Organisation, they filled that vacuum and they go in. So I, think our relationship with China is really important. I'd love to see personally I would love to see if I were Joe Biden I would go to Barack Obama and say boss I was a good soldier few for eight years I need you to be Secretary of State for the next twenty four months and go on the world's biggest repair tour just.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"In a speech yesterday secretary of State Mike pompeo outlined a new five pronged quote unquote clean network effort designed to curb potential national security risks allegedly posed by technology from. . This would specifically include banning untrusted Chinese apps from us, , APP stores. . Let me go through the five prongs line by line. . I, , a concept called clean carrier. . The US government is working to ensure that untrusted Chinese telecoms can't provide or interfere with US communications second clean store quote we want to see untrusted Chinese apps removed from US APP stores, , and quote Third Clean Apps Pumpido said he wants to keep Wa and other Chinese manufacturers from pre installing or Even, , making available popular US apps. . Fourth Clean Cloud, , making sure Americans data is protected and can't be accessed by cloud systems from alibaba China Telecom tencent and Others v Clean Cable keeping undersea cables secure particularly from Wa Wa quoting CNBC with parent companies based in China APPS TIKTOK and we chat and others are significant threats to personal data of American citizens not dimensioned tools for Chinese Communist Party content censorship pompeo said during a press briefing, , the nation's top diplomat. . Added that the State Department would work with the Commerce Department as well as the Defense Department to limit the ability of Chinese cloud service providers to collect store and process data in the United States and quote. .

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Trump administration wants to purge Chinese tech from US networks

Techmeme Ride Home

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Trump administration wants to purge Chinese tech from US networks

"In a speech yesterday secretary of State Mike pompeo outlined a new five pronged quote unquote clean network effort designed to curb potential national security risks allegedly posed by technology from. This would specifically include banning untrusted Chinese apps from us, APP stores. Let me go through the five prongs line by line. I, a concept called clean carrier. The US government is working to ensure that untrusted Chinese telecoms can't provide or interfere with US communications second clean store quote we want to see untrusted Chinese apps removed from US APP stores, and quote Third Clean Apps Pumpido said he wants to keep Wa and other Chinese manufacturers from pre installing or Even, making available popular US apps. Fourth Clean Cloud, making sure Americans data is protected and can't be accessed by cloud systems from alibaba China Telecom tencent and Others v Clean Cable keeping undersea cables secure particularly from Wa Wa quoting CNBC with parent companies based in China APPS TIKTOK and we chat and others are significant threats to personal data of American citizens not dimensioned tools for Chinese Communist Party content censorship pompeo said during a press briefing, the nation's top diplomat. Added that the State Department would work with the Commerce Department as well as the Defense Department to limit the ability of Chinese cloud service providers to collect store and process data in the United States and quote.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Whose leader announced big ambitions for its people when he declared it is time to take center stage in the world. We have debated China several times before as an emerging military power as a model of capitalism as America's rival this time, we want to take on China's soaring status as a major power across several dimensions the use of questionable trade practices and espionage to get out in front of Silicon Valley use of data and technology and initiative to create Chinese-made global economic infrastructure. So that all roads will lead back to China. There is so much to discuss that for this topic. We are using our unresolved format five debaters each flying solo saying yes or no to a series of three resolutions one after the other in other words instead of one debate we're doing three right in a row from intelligence squared US. This is unresolved the Technomic Cold War with John. China. I'm John donvan for this debate at symphony space in New York City are debaters are Michelle floor noy. Principal advisor to the secretary of defense onto President Obama and co founder of the center for a new American security in Brimmer president and founder of Eurasia group and author of the book us versus them the failure of globalism, your Shenghong, professor of politically Konami at MIT and author of several books in Chinese and English, including capitalism with Chinese characteristics Perot Khanna founder and managing partner of future map, and author of the future is Asian commerce conflict and culture in the twenty first century and Susan Thornton senior fellow at the yell university Paul Cy China center and former acting assistant secretary for East, Asian and Pacific affairs at the State Department. Susan speaks French Russian and Mandarin Chinese. So we have a full panel of diplomats and bestselling authors here, and let's get onto the debate technological powerhouse with big tech firms like Alibaba. China has nine of the world's top twenty companies are first resolution is this the next Silicon Valley will be in China. The first debater is Michelle floor I declare yes because China sees itself in a strategic competition with the United States both economic and military, and it is doing everything in its power to eliminate our technological edge. China has a clear plan and is making massive investments. Beijing's five year plan its most recent one focus is research and development on a number of technology areas, including things like aerospace engines, satellites artificial intelligence and quantum computing, its annual research and development spending has increased by seventy one percent of the last five years. And it's defense spending has tripled in the last ten years. It is established doctrine of civil military fusion, which means any advances made by private companies in China have to be shared with the Chinese military. And it's undertaken amass. Massive and sustained campaign of cyber theft of our intellectual capital our property totalling hundreds of millions.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Square in the popular shopping district. A puzzle way is a huge opulent building full of shops, selling expensive, clothes and cosmetics. It's also the new home of the South China Morning post, an influential English language newspaper for the region, that's widely considered Hong Kong's paper of record its acquisition in recent years, by Alibaba China's equivalent of Amazon has left some wondering if the paper is this independent as it used to be. Paul Mooney is a former writer at the post who thinks outlook has changed. There are certain things that Hong Kong reporters know that they just can't report about there's a line. There is an invisible line. A lot of people say thing about the South China Morning post is that gotten worse in recent years. They don't cover certain things, but they still do a lot of sensitive news. The owners of the paper the Beijing government. They realize that if the newspaper was to overnight turn into the China Daily, which is the English government mouthpiece. It would completely lose the respect of people in Hong Kong. So I think that they allow a certain amount of sensitive reporting to go on. But what people don't know is what doesn't appear in the newspaper, and you don't realize how the paper is being censored, for example, I've had friends who work for the South China Morning post hill sale. They'll do a story they'll get approval to do it. And then when the series done it'll be spiked or they'll be told they can't write a certain story, or they'll do the story they'll send it in. And then the editors will change it around quite. A bit cut quite a bit of the story a couple of years ago. There was a story or well known Chinese dissident was found dead in his hospital room. And the government said he committed suicide which nobody believed and the Saturday Morning Post, the reporters, they get a story was in the evening in the middle of the night, the editor running the newspaper came in and rewrote the story and buried it on a back page and the next morning when he was challenged by the Hong Kong media, notice this. He said, oh, well, we didn't have enough information to write a proper story. But there already was an eight hundred word story that in running the early morning edition that he cut in half and then placed on a back page, and this is the kind of example of censorship that goes on the newspaper, we asked to speak to a senior editor or executive, but despite weeks of notice no one was available. There are other examples of China wielding, its economic clout even more directly in Hong Kong..

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Square in the popular shopping district of Causeway Bay is a huge opulent building full of shops, selling expensive, clothes cosmetics. It's also the new home of the South China Morning post, an influential English language newspaper for the region, that's widely considered Hong Kong's paper of record its acquisition in recent years, by Alibaba China's equivalent of Amazon has left some wondering if the paper is this independent as it used to be. Paul Mooney is a former writer at the post who thinks outlook has changed. There are certain things that Hong Kong reporters know that they just can't report about there's a line there. It's an invisible line. A lot of people say thing about the South China Morning post is that it has gotten far worse in recent years. They don't cover certain things, but they still do a lot of sensitive news. The owners of the paper the Beijing government. They realized that if the newspaper was the overnight turning to the China Daily, which is the English government mouthpiece. It would completely lose the respect of people in Hong Kong. So I think that they allow a certain amount of sensitive reporting to go on. But what people don't know is what doesn't appear in the newspaper, and you don't realize how the paper is being censored, for example. I've had friends who worked for the South China Morning post L sale. They'll do a story they'll get approval to do it. And then when the series done it'll be spiked or they'll be told they can't write certain story or go do the story they'll send it in. And then the editors will change it around quite a. Bill cut quite a bit of the story a couple of years ago. There was a story or well known Chinese dissident was found dead in his hospital room. And the government said he committed suicide, which nobody believed and the South China Morning post, the reporters, they did a story in the evening in the middle of the night, the editor running the newspaper came in and rewrote the story and buried it on a back page and the next morning when he was challenged by of the Hong Kong media, notice this. He said, oh, well, we didn't have enough information to write a proper story, but they're already wasn't eight hundred word story that it run in the early morning edition that he cut in half and then placed on a back page, and this is the kind of example of censorship that goes on at the newspaper. We asked to speak to a senior editor or executive, but despite weeks of notice no one was available. There are other examples of China wielding, its economic clout even more directly in Hong Kong..

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"alibaba china" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Using the data to sell and build Uvira out products to that consumers and businesses. Around the world to really is disruptive in. When you say that you say, for example, the storage of data, right? Amazon web services has the lion share of the data storage, right? Your guys are trying to disrupt that to keep that within an enterprise or corporation to where they can store large amounts of data distributed within their network with the ability for other networks to communicate or to work with whatever that needs each other has is that, is that what I understand you've pretty much on the point there. So if cloud computing, you mentioned AWS five or six large vendors out there. AWS. Microsoft is your IBM blue mix? Google cloud and now Alibaba, China's well, but pretty much if you use us cloud solutions, great solutions, you're pretty much long into one system. Verses of is not easy to migrate a business or service from Amazon AWS to another service, like Microsoft as you that not compact. Able, why? Because companies behind the want to. And that's how they make money looking companies. And with block Shang you have the ability to move dates away from central ecosystems. Silence you for them to more decentralized opticians as no reason why a company built in that business on not run the blockchain infra social on their own infrastructure in house all within a local telco that may be local telescoping, the communications ocean provider. The happens to be the same country. The same city providing three things number one day to leave the local environment which is great for privacy to they provide high speed networks. Literally local, typically, fiber and three. The support contract is local in the local language and often businesses already have established relationships with telcos. So we take see telcos great partners to adult the ecosystem to allow that local customers to build new business ecosystem using go on top of that some phones. Local small business. I'm a small business owner..

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"The street column he spent nine years working in china so he takes the lead on ordering lunch jensen belcore we found okay i missed up one of the dishes you're forgiven during backs time reporting in china he watched its consumer culture transformed from a cash based konami to one that's wallis when i first arrived in beijing two thousand seven at that time was mostly a cash economy personal checks never existed in china credit cards very low penetration in china you paid cash restaurants i used to pay my rent in cash to my landlord and when i showed up to rent my apartment to pay like three months deposit so i had to bring a shoebox of cash to pay my deposit and people would travel with like a purse full of cash when they went around the country but online shopping change the country's cash economy alibaba's china's and by some measures the world's biggest ecommerce company has business grew it needed a way to handle money so they developed this ali pace system just kind of similar to pay pow key feature is that it had a kind of escrow where you had to say certified you were happy with what you got and then the funds were released to the seller that was really important because china's kind of a low trust society there's a lot of scams on people are afraid of getting ripped off so facts that alibaba was able to develop this very secure payment system really showed people the potential made people feel safe not using cash once allie.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In an online job recruitment video for male technicians posted by alibaba china's largest internet company the narrator says chosen candidates will work with a staff of beautiful women this is followed by shots of female employees of the company saying how much they love to work with tech guys the most important thing is that he treats me well and that he's handsome young alibaba employees gushes she manages to say this while paul dancing i mean on one hand as a woman i i kinda felt like you know just quite disgusted human rights watch is my awang says top chinese tech companies like by do and tencent posted similar ads all promising that male employees would work with beautiful women and quote goddesses i think it tells you that's the problem is finally coming in widespread and quite as that i didn't even think twice or didn't think that would kind of create any pushback or uproar last year ten cent apologized for footage of an annual company outing showing female staff kneeling appearing to use their mouths open water bottles tucked between the legs of their male co workers ten sent in by have both apologized in the wake of this latest report and alibaba defended itself saying that nearly half its employees are women and that women occupy a third of its management positions but one says until china's government starts cracking down on gender discrimination something she says it does not do this type of discrimination will continue in the world's second largest economy rob schmitz npr news shanghai you hear rob right here on morning edition from npr news brian watt will be along to bring us local news in just a moment but first at seven thirty joe mcconnell's got more about the commute today joe newest problem fremont eight.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Baby out in an online job recruitment video for male technicians posted by alibaba china's largest internet company the narrator says chosen candidates will work with a staff of beautiful women this is followed by shots a female employees of the company saying how much they love to work with tech guys the most important thing is that he treats me well and that he's handsome young alibaba employees gushes she manages to say this while paul dancing i mean on the one hand as a woman i i kind of felt like you know quite disgusted human rights watch is my awang says top chinese tech companies like by do and tencent posted similar ads all promising that male employees would work with beautiful women and quote goddesses tells you that's the problem is fairly common and widespread and quite as a practice that they didn't even think twice orden thing that would kind of create any pushback or uproar last year ten cent apologized for footage of an annual company outing showing female staff kneeling appearing to use their miles to open water bottles tucked between the legs of their male co workers ten cents and by do have both apologized in the wake of this latest report and alibaba defended itself saying that nearly half its employees are women and that women occupy third of its management positions but one says until china's government starts cracking down on gender discrimination something's she says it does not do this type of discrimination will continue in the world's second largest economy rob schmitz npr news shanghai you hear rob right here on morning edition from npr news fifty three degrees in new york city fair skies to expect increasing cloudiness today with a high near sixty four degrees nj transit reporting delays on the northeast corridor the raritan valley and the morris and essex as well as the montclair bruton lines f subway trains are delayed due to signal problems also j trains are delayed due to a train with mechanical problems wnyc is supported by the broadway debut production of the boys in the band starring jim parsons zachary quinto matt bomer and andrew reynolds limited engagement begins april thirtieth tickets at boys.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In an online job recruitment video for male technicians posted by alibaba china's largest internet company the narrator says chosen candidates will work with the staff of beautiful women this is followed by shots of female employees of the company saying how much they love to work with tech guys the most important thing is that he treats me well and that he's handsome young alibaba employees gushes she manages to save this while poll dancing i mean on the one hand as a woman i kinda felt like you know quite disgusted human rights watches my awang says top chinese tech companies like by do and tencent posted similar ads all promising that male employees would work with beautiful women and quote goddesses i think it tells you that the problem is fairly common and widespread and quite as a that they didn't even think twice so ordinary thing that we kind of create any pushback or uproar last year ten cent apologized for footage of an annual company outing showing female staff kneeling appearing to use their miles dope and water bottles tucked between the legs of their male co workers ten cents and by to have both apologized in the wake of this latest report and alibaba defended itself saying that nearly half its employees are women and that women occupy a third of its management positions but one says until china's government starts cracking down on gender discrimination something she says it does not do this type of discrimination will continue in the world's second largest economy rob schmitz npr news shanghai you hear rob right here on morning edition from npr news president trump wants to keep most transgender people out of the us military nncholas talbot wants to serve my purpose is to put on that uniform and do my job and serve my country that's what it's all about it's not about what you look like under that uniform as his legal challenge to the ban moves through the courts he preps for boot camp a transgender recruit this afternoon on all things considered from npr news all things considered begins at four thirty today here on k q e d where the time now is five thirty good morning i'm david greene technically yeah crystal had lock was wrong the.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Okay the metoo movement has spotlighted sexual harassment in the workplace but what about discrimination before you get the job a new report finds that china's top employers routinely publish sexist ads npr's rob schmitz reports after human rights watch analyze more than thirty six thousand job postings over the past five years in china it found gender discrimination across employers from both state and private sectors halsey out in an online job recruitment video for male technicians posted by alibaba china's largest internet company the narrator says chosen candidates will work with a staff of beautiful women this is followed by shots of female employees of the company saying how much they love to work with tech guys the most important thing is that he treats me well and that he's handsome young baba employees gushes she manages to say this while paul dancing on the one hand as a woman i i kinda felt like you know quite disgusted human rights watches my awang says top chinese tech companies like by do and tencent posted similar ads all promising that male employees would work with beautiful women and quote goddesses i think it tells you that's the problem is fairly common and widespread and quite as a practice that decision even think twice so ordinary thing that we kind of create any pushback or upper last year ten cent apologize for footage of an annual company outing showing female staff kneeling appearing to use their miles open water bottles tucked between the legs of their male co workers ten sent in by both apologize in the wake of this latest report and alibaba defended itself saying that nearly half its employees are women and that women occupy third of its management positions but one says until china's government starts cracking down on gender discrimination something she says it does not do this type of discrimination will continue in the world's second largest economy rob schmitz npr news shanghai you hear rob right here on morning edition from npr news president trump wants to keep most transgender people out of the us military nncholas talbot wants to serve my purpose is to put on that uniform and do my job and serve my country that's what it's all about it's not about what you look like under that uniform as his legal challenge to the ban moves through the courts he preps for boot camp a transgender recruit this afternoon on all things considered from npr news.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We will miss something we're doing everything that we can to ensure that that doesn't happen that we need individuals consumers citizens and we need companies to all recognize that they have a role to play in keeping this internet ecosystem safe janette mabthera is in charge of cybersecurity for the department of homeland security thank you so much for talking with us okay the metoo movement has spotlighted sexual harassment in the workplace but what about discrimination before you get the job a new report finds that china's top employers routinely publish sexist ads npr's rob schmitz reports after human rights watch analyzed more than thirty six thousand job postings over the past five years in china it found gender discrimination across employers from both state and private sectors did you have a baby out in an online job recruitment video for male technicians posted by alibaba china's largest internet company the narrator says chosen candidates will work with a staff of beautiful women this is followed by shots of female employees of the company saying how much they love to work with tech guys the most important thing is that he treats me well and that he's handsome young alibaba employees gushes she manages to save this while paul dancing i mean on the one hand as a woman i kinda felt like you know quite disgusted human rights watch is my awang says top chinese tech companies like by do and tencent posted similar ads all promising that male employees would work with beautiful women and quote goddesses i think it tells us that the problem is fairly common and widespread and quite as a practice that didn't even think twice orden thing that we kind of create any pushback or uproar last year ten cent apologized for footage of an annual company outing showing female staff kneeling appearing to use their miles dope and water bottles tucked between the legs of their male co workers ten sent in by both apologize in the wake of this latest report and alibaba defended itself saying that nearly half its employees are women and that women occupy a third of its management positions but one says until china's government starts cracking down on gender discrimination something's she says it does not do this type of discrimination will continue in the world's second largest economy rob schmitz npr news shanghai you hear rob right here on morning edition from npr news this is wnyc.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I always like it when they basically make you sign something so you won't divulge any company secrets i'm say like they have any you know like they have it copied everything from some other broadcast company already leave this building who cares yeah and if i if i suck so badly how come you all let me go work someplace else oh you young kids wanted to get into exciting medium into radio would you like fries with that that'll be your main job after a while i get a combo unless you're just lucky like boomer and made figuring out some way to survive for a long time all right michael rubin was the ecommerce billionaire owns fanatics the website and some other stuff that was in the news yesterday is the new possible new bidder for the carolina panthers and apparently he's lined up because it was it was speculated yesterday that he probably think forbes is estimated his wealth at two point some odd billion dollars but they thought he would probably have to come up with another partner in order to three billion dollars but that he would have to the abid that he likely would not have the ability to buy the team on his own which means he may be worth three billion on paper he probably can't come up with six hundred eighty million dollars or whatever it is so he's pulled together this joseph cy or say who is a billionaire minority owner of the brooklyn nets basketball team he's alibaba china's biggest online retailer is he's the co founder of that so he's got more money than he knows what to do with yale graduate worth about ten and a half billion dollars and then as part of that group they think might include ditty who couldn't by the team on his own but basically could put in a pretty good chunk of change in it did he's proven himself to be a pretty pretty good business person and then steph curry might be a part of that group as well so that's the latest rumor that's floating around on with with the hedge fund manager david tapper and the charleston guide been navarro and and then felix bodice although it's starting to look like there's little lines sometimes when.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Alibaba's china tech we did a blogger net today from our team talk about the cloud computing ingles volley bob intense sen but if you think us taxes hot look head china tech i mean that fund this year's that maybe 70 percent and if you think about where the future roof which i was gonna come from it's gotta be the tech part not really the financials and that's what i listen globally as well taecker kind of running ahead of everything else germany thank you so much jerry shorts is director of research at with some tree investments coming up ets are now eight three trillion dollar market in the us critics argue they could intensify as sell off we discussed whether ets our battle ready with someone on the frontlines the godfather the camps cantor fitzgerald reggie brown and one etf that caught our attention this week the i here's 20plus year treasury bond egypt investors carrying exposure to longer maturity debt as the fed moves closer to normalising rates money managers but one point two billion from t l teat the lowest on record this is etf iq of bloomberg ever wonder why weddings is so expensive why brexit was really about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that much more join hosts dan moss kate smith and scotland for a weekly jargonfree dive into the top stories that drives the global economy find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts no matter how much true love your offers some drums you need.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And evolutions with software in an artificial intelligence they're still is disconnect between you know systems that were written and certain frameworks are on software were built for very particular hardware and said you have big gaps and so you have a certain kind of security holes or you have bugs annan when they when google built and you have docker which company that that works on containers that saw these inefficiency sort of push software forward a major big reason it's you're having this is big push toward aws with amazon microsoft and gugel ibm alibaba china uh they're building these colossal businesses all of them say that this is still very early they're still seen as yet that use on demand their their own on centre storage should for data rather than moving to the cloud couvert and he's is one way that you can kind of test the cloud now you can use these containers with some of your data and cloud if you're building one app you can store that in the cloud but also keep lot of on your own premises which is what a lot of companies want first lady reasons this feels like it's a fairly recent thing and i guess i feel great around likely neat have been able to do this you know a few years zhou typically recent it's a new kind of come out of something and that google called a board which is one of their their names or the system they built up what their own container system rates so google massive over a million servers internally the they build of this huge infrastructure over twenty years with something like g male which has over a billion users you know one of the reasons that jima runs smoothly as that they have a container system so uh uh off whereas every time you have like a email signature is separate from the software that is a spam that sector and the reason that those things can work.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Some of the residents of the kabera slum in nairobi speaking to the bbc's david wish he now that heat likely won't go flat bringing renard now that's a chinese advert for kentucky fried chicken advertising facial recognition technology this kind of device has already been widely embraced in china but actually paying for goods using a machine that recognizes your face is something new over the weekend ali pay a payment service links to alibaba china's giant online retailer child it's first use enabling a kfc customers to pay for their food using facial recognition the financial times chinese economics and technology correspondent you on young told the bbc's james menendez how this works in practice if you walk into a kfc store the one and hung joe which since national high then all you need to do if you're a chinese national is to look at the screen in front of you which will have a camera and will register your face and old match its image of your face to the national database of chinese identity cards which has almost everyone and every day compounds database and then it will match that picture view to your identity your real name and then that name to your alley pay mobile payment account which many people have is a bit like pay powell but for mobile payments and then that will automatically pay for you once you set what you want to eat from campsie of processors armor very quick committed a simple blown so the camera and about payments processed.

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"alibaba china" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"alibaba china" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Some of the residents of the kabera slum in nairobi speaking to the bbc's david wish he now that heat likely won't go flat bringing renard now that's a chinese advert for kentucky fried chicken advertising facial recognition technology this kind of device has already been widely embraced in china but actually paying for goods using a machine that recognizes your face is something new over the weekend ali pay a payment service links to alibaba china's giant online retailer child it's first use enabling a kfc customers to pay for their food using facial recognition the financial times chinese economics and technology correspondent you on young told the bbc's james menendez how this works in practice if you walk into a kfc store the one and hung joe which since national high then all you need to do if you're a chinese national is to look at the screen in front of you which will have a camera and will register your face and old match its image of your face to the national database of chinese identity cards which has almost everyone and every day compounds database and then it will match that picture view to your identity your real name and then that name to your alley pay mobile payment account which many people have is a bit like pay powell but for mobile payments and then that will automatically pay for you once you set what you want to eat from campsie of processors armor very quick committed a simple blown so the camera and about payments processed.

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