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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"2020 at the Oscars. His movie Paris site became the first non English language film to win best picture. And bond became the first South Korean toe win best director. Parasite really just destroyed commercial expectations. It had an $11 billion budget, and it took in $260 million Bloomberg Business Week. Editor Brett Vegan notes. Bon used the film's success to remind American audiences that if they're willing to overcome the one inch tall barrier of subtitles, and you're going to be introduced to so many more amazing movies, and he's right in his acceptance speech after winning best director bond record now Is one of his own favorite directors. Martin Scorsese, whom Bond beat to win the category. When I was in school I studied Martin Scorsese's films just to be nominated was a huge honor. I never thought I would win Long Joon Ho, one of the Bloomberg 50 Alisa Parenti Bloomberg Radio. People who work for minimum wage in 20 states are getting a raise. Today. The minimum wage also is going up in 32 cities and counties, many in California, the National Employment Law Project reports. Workers in about half of those communities will see their pay rise to $15 an hour, even a number of states with historically low minimum, such as Florida. And Virginia are substantially raising their minimum wage this year of possibly moving toward $15 an hour over the next five years. State inspectors say they're waiting for test results on bacteria on four Asian bugs found in a tree on a property in Fallbrook. The bacteria can cause a plant disease, which is deadly to sit just trees and there's no cure. The disease is a major threat to San Diego's $150 million annual Citrus crop. At this time, the disease has not been detected in Citrus trees in the county. If the test results come back positive for the disease of five mile quarantine along the property in Fallbrook will be established. Maryland Haider KOGO news All the nation's top infectious disease expert says the U. S. Is playing catch up when it comes to its covert 19 vaccination schedule, Dr Anthony Fauci says there will always be hiccups when it comes to vaccinating an entire country. But he believes the U. S will catch up in the first week of January. It will catch up quickly with that 20 million dose in the arms projection. That we had. And as we get into the middle of January, February and March, we will be on the target. Even though the country is behind. Fauci is optimistic for the new year and says it will hopefully be a time for the country to finally put the pandemic behind us. Any passengers who want to fly to Canada. We'll have to test negative for the coronavirus. First. The government says they're working to implement the requirement as soon as possible. It will only be for AARP ass singers and even if they test negative before getting on the flight, any passengers from foreign nations will have to quarantine for 14 days. Those who break quarantine could be jailed for six months or find nearly $600. Colorado dealing with a double double corona virus outbreak More than 120 in and out workers are infected..

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 6 months ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their home here in Braintree absolutely gutted. It was ladders up on Christmas morning. What? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Shooting flames in front of the home on Pleasant View Avenue was completely engulf when firefighters arrived, Braintree Fire Chief James O'Brien said. Bruce had a tough time right away. The narrow and hilly streets made it tough for trucks to get to the home. Not to mention the intense 50 to 60 mile per hour winds. They were working against every time you've been late, a roof you have The wind that's coming down and swirling and spreading. The fire had a much faster rate than it normally would. Cruise had to tackle this fire from the outside, using chain saws and axes to break through the roof. Chief O'Brien says the mother inside woke up at around 8 30 this morning to the smell of smoke and quickly alerted her husband and child to evacuate. Next door. Neighbors say they feel for the Mitchell family, their home a total loss on Christmas Day. I couldn't believe it on Christmas, like I just couldn't believe that my heart goes out for them. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. But officials have an idea as to what might have happened this morning whether it was from the propane fueled fight place. Or an overload of electronic equipment. But that's what we're leaning towards right now based on talking with family, but they have a long road ahead of them on before people inside of this home all escaped with no injuries. Firefighters also want harm, Chief O'Brien says They're lucky they had mutual aid from four surrounding towns. Control this Christmas morning blaze coming up the latest on the bipartisan covert relief bill. Details next Amazon's New Year's resolution help 29 million people around the world grow their tech skills by 2025 by preparing them for cloud computing rolls. Shannon Kellogg is Amazon Web services v P for public policy in the Americas. Even before the pandemic, every government leader that I speak to usually has a goal around Workforce development to build a stronger digital a time to me and continue economic growth. And since the pandemic began, demand for those skills has only grown. Over the last year, Amazon Web services has seen a 152% jump in learners taking their fundamental cloud courses. That's just a huge jump in interest, you know, in getting cloud skills, and we're trying to respond to that need to make this free training available, not just domestic labor. Globally. Training programs run the gamut from Said courses on cloud computing to advanced courses in areas like machine learning. I'm Alisa Parenti Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. You're not talking to yourself. Wow. You're telling you're smart Speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. You know where you were when the Golden State killer was arrested your a moderator on the Zodiac killer Subreddit, But now you're in search of a new challenge. Enter solved the hit podcast That puts you at the center of the investigation That solved is like no other murder Mystery podcast, You'll track down killers hiding in plain sight here, all right? Yeah, It's just disturbing. You ever seen anything like this before? Not like this. So listen to solve. Download the free I heart radio app or listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It's your money, and we know that this is a Bloomberg market minute in this edition of our series on companies to watch in the year ahead. We look at anthem as it continues under. The new leadership of CEO Gil Boudreau the health insurance planning to create its own pharmacy benefit manager in two thousand nineteen anthem has tried to keep pace with all of the consolidation in the industry. We've seen these deals the Aetna. CVS next press. Presper steel, Bloomberg BusinessWeek editor Dmitry Kasana says anthem is hoping to bulk up with more acquisitions that strategy for next year as an extension of what was accomplished this year over the last twelve months anthem has acquired America's first choice health sun and health anthem has also partnered with WalMart as well as with an artificial intelligence platform company and more deals are expected. They're looking at expanding some of their partnerships with Blue Cross Blue shield to really increase the client base anthem. One of Bloomberg business companies to watch in two thousand nineteen. I'm Alisa Parenti, Bloomberg radio is the biggest music festival of the year. And it's coming to the CW already all festival. Don't miss the iconic perform. Justin timberlake. We would back. Powerful moments and night. We're all proud to be Vegas strong. The city of everything is there for plus especially surprise, you're going to want to miss watch. Our must see iheartradio music festival tonight and tomorrow night at eight PM on the CW fifteen. Whoa. Somebody just missed getting her a job site bad a hard hat for protection and legal protection as well. In some cases, the law gives an inter construction worker entitlements above and beyond worker's compensation. I'm Vic mazzetti Eloy at Martin Harding, MS, and I know construction law and special benefit call one eight hundred law ten ten to find out if your injury qualifies it's worth it to talk to the heavy hitters. It's.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Alisa Parenti from Bloomberg world headquarters equity markets, finish this shortened black Friday down the Dow fell seven tenths of a percent finished at two thousand two eighty six the S and P five hundred dropped six tenths to end at twenty six thirty two. The NASDAQ down half a percent to sixty nine thirty four energy company Scott battered with oil sliding below fifty one dollars a barrel. Its lowest in a year. Cruz weakness on signs of oversupply. Also paced abroad retreating commodities and the dollar climbed with treasuries with the US economy strong. Forecasts are signaling massive sales from thanksgiving to cyber Monday. But you might not know it if you're standing in a mall much of this year's frenzy will take place online. Instead, James Fallon, the editorial director of women's wear. Daily says there will be some clear winners in the retail battle this holiday season. Obviously, Amazon will definitely be a winner online. But also, I think in terms of brick and. Mortar and online players probably WalMart and target. Even the shares fell sharply on Wednesday. Kohl's. Evidently, he's doing very well. And I think also neiman's and Nordstrom at the high end will do very well, the US highway safety regulators investigating an alleged defect in two point seven million pickups and sport utility vehicles built by General Motors. They're getting into collisions because drivers are having trouble. Breaking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened an investigation after receiving more than one hundred complaints from consumers Canada goose is taking on a Chinese market. That's more used to knock knockoffs. The maker of the luxury jackets is pushing ahead with its expansion in China. It's betting that a strategy of selling premium snow parkas directly to consumers will overcome proliferation of counterfeits and the nation's consumption slowdown. Global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Melissa parental. This is Bloomberg business.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best. It's forty eight minutes past the hour. Now, it's time for Bloomberg opinion. Here's David Shipley. The Commissioner of the FDA insists that he's determined to keep electric cigarettes away from children yet the steps the FDA is taking are not enough it plans to ban the sale of candy flavored e cigarettes and stores that are not age restricted, but that's an ill defined distinction. That would be hard to enforce so sales could continue in many convenience stores. Online sales would still be permitted and there'd be no restriction on where menthol flavored e cigarettes can be sold. What's needed is a nationwide ban on selling all flavored e cigarettes, more important such a ban should be part of comprehensive. Regulation of e cigarettes the limited ban on candy flavored vapes may make it a bit harder for teenagers to buy them. That's no substitute for comprehensive regulation this editorial. Oh was written by the Bloomberg view editorial board. I'm David Shipley. For more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. Thank you, David. And now, let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations. I'm Alisa Parenti on W w j in Detroit, I'm reporting on Nissan chair Carlos. Being arrested in Tokyo for violations of financial law. Dunho on KRLD in Dallas. Jerry Jones says no mount of money will persuade them to sell the Cowboys. I'm Steve Potisk on KNX in Los Angeles. We're talking about a report that a CBS Viacom merger could be just months away. I'm Ed Corry on Cayenne vk in Sacramento. I'm reporting that apple has reportedly cut production orders regionally for all three unveiled in September. Thank you, Ed as.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Asking neighbors about the woman. You're also asking for any surveillance video that they may have former first lady Michelle Obama's due memoir hits the store shelves today in it. The former first lady gives a brutally honest opinion on the current president. Donald Trump abominable kickoff. Eight ten city US book tour tonight in Chicago where she grew up, and it's alighting lighting at buffalo tonight. Seven o'clock pregame start here live right here. A nine seventy WFL a four now, here's the Bloomberg market minute. This is a Bloomberg market minute. The Dow is now in the red down twelve points to twenty five thousand three seventy five NASDAQ higher by thirty six points or half a percent, and the s&p is gaining seven points or a quarter percent oil prices keep sinking down for a twelve day. That's the longest losing streak on record. President Trump criticized top OPEC producer Saudi Arabia's plan to cut output. Crude futures down more than four percent falling to fifty seven dollars forty cents a barrel and slipping into the red for the year the confidence of small business. Operators was a little shaken last month the national federation of independent business says its membership index unexpectedly slipped by half a point to a reading of one hundred seven point four while a four month low. It does remain historically strong. The tight job market has more small employers. Paying higher salaries to workers a cost twenty eight percent plan to pass along to their customers. Alisa Parenti, Bloomberg radio. Forty five percent of women surveyed chose an open GYN procedure. Because they're OBGYN said their condition was too complex for minimally invasive option..

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Powered by more. Than, twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Nancy Lyons Thanks Nancy now with our other top stories I'm half Carol Elon Musk is elaborating on what caused. His effort to take tesla. Private the electric car makers CEO said the key to the gambit was the interest shown by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund musk says the Saudis approached him almost two years ago about taking tesla, off the market the fund recently bought an almost five percent stake shares of buyer known in. The US, has bear fell today by the most in fifteen years Bloomberg's Ed Corry has details the stock plunged in the wake of a US. Court, verdict against, Monsanto which buyer has acquired a jury in. US federal court in California delivered a two hundred eighty nine million dollar verdict comeback, half of a. Former school groundskeeper who said that exposure to Monsanto's roundup weed killer constitutes cancer Monsanto says it will appeal, the verdict, and claims government agencies and hundreds of studies have concluded roundup a safe buyer completed takeover of Monsanto June seventh it says it will no longer use the Monsanto name. Ed Corry bloom Berg radio Google is tracking, you even when. You tell it not to Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti has the story an, Associated. Press investigation found many Google services on Android devices and iphones store your location data even if you've. Used privacy settings at say they'll prevent it from doing so Google says it will allow you to pause. A setting called location history but the AP found even with it paused some Google apps automatically store timestamped location data for example Google stores snapshot. Of where you are when you open it's maps app and some searches that have nothing to do with location like kids science kits pinpoint your precise latitude and longitude and save it to your Google account Google says it's, being perfectly clear about what information saved and how users can turn the controls on and off. Or delete, their histories Alisa Parenti Bloomberg radio Ford is speeding up its introduction of new models in China the car maker said it will offer. A, mid sized SUV called the territory early next year for customers in smaller Emerging cities higher Canadian interest. Rates don't appear to be worsening the pain for, consumers yet some fifty three percent of Canadians say rising borrowing costs haven't. Had a negative impact on their personal spending, that's according to a survey by. Nanos research, smoke from California's wildfires is dimming output from solar farms a, spokesman says I solar has seen production, dip it installations near fires the company says so, far the, effect has, been minimal coming up Turkey has announced steps, to bolster its banks I'm Pat Carroll this is Bloomberg there are some tough jobs, in this,.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Ann Cates And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters plans could be shaping up to take tesla private a person with direct knowledge, of the, plans says Saudi, Arabia's sovereign wealth fund is in talks that could. See it becoming a significant investor in tesla the person said the public investment fund which has built up a stake a little less than five percent in tesla in recent months is exploring how it can. Be involved in a potential deal discussions are said to have begun. Before the controversial, August seventh tweet, by CEO Elon Musk saying he was weighing a plan to, take the company private the Saudi fund hasn't made, any firm decision on whether to, increase, it stake or by how much but the talks are ongoing the person said Turkey's president register type air. Dewan is doubling, down on the tough talk today in a speech he said outside forces such as the US are trying, to remove him using money something they could not. Do a coup he says economic attacks on. His country will Only increase Turkey's unity he says to those forces we see the. Game you're playing and we dare you as investors worry about Turkey's sliding toward a full blown financial crisis. The big question now is how far the pain may spread social media companies may face. Some big fines from overseas depending on a plan to crack down on terrorists material Bloomberg's elyssa parental reports Google Twitter and Facebook I've taken big steps. To remove Islamic state propaganda from their platforms experts say but they're still facing a tough new law. In the European Union Bloomberg. Reports the e, u is such a proposed fines for internet companies if they fail to take down terrorists material. In just the first three months of this year Facebook says it took down almost, two million pieces of his Llamas state. And Al, Qaeda content Alisa Parenti Bloomberg radio Global news twenty four hours a day on air hand it up on Twitter powered by, more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Parts of, the business be, WS financial says tvos could end up splitting itself into the stock is down nineteen, percent this year. A shakeup is in store for. Danish jewelry maker Pandora Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti has more CEO Anders Kolding freeze will. Step down. At the end of the. Month Pandora lost almost a quarter of its market value earlier this week when it cut its, profit forecast for the. Full year Bloomberg spoke with a CEO we've roughly doubled the company in the time I've been here and we've. Set a I think in total at very great and strong strategic direction for the company so that I do, not regret but clearly if, we look at At how this, has been the scene in in the stock market and of course not satisfied with the developing we've seen now Jeremy Schwartz will become Pandora's c. o. effective September first as the search for freezes replacement continues at Lisa parental Bloomberg radio and Occidental Petroleum dropped the. Most in, almost two years the company is spending an extra one point one billion. Dollars to, keep pace with rivals and maintain its position as the. Biggest oil producer in the Permian basin analysts were surprised at the increase coming up a check on. Markets I'm John motor this is Bloomberg elections ever wonder why weddings is so expensive why Brexit was really all about China. Did you know that in. Economics professor uses Broadway musicals to illustrate his. Lectures the Bloomberg benchmark podcast is about,.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm alisa parenti on wbz 'em in chicago i'm reporting on the near five billion dollar venture between locally based boeing and embraer i'm larry kofsky and on bloomberg ninety nine one i'm reporting on the end of era in us air travel with the landi of piedmont airlines turboprop on maryland's eastern shore i'm courtney donohoe on ktar h in houston goldman sachs says it's time to buy commodities despite the berlin trade war i'm ed corry on w t a m in cleveland i'm reporting eaten has a new chief human resources officer who comes from ge thanks that china has said it will not implement tariffs ahead of the us on friday after previous arrangements put it on a course to do so bloomberg's david westin spoke with former commerce secretary carlos gutierrez about the threat of a trade war let's start with the big news which is midnight tonight and those tariffs that are coming due on thirty four billion dollars of imports from china china's going to retaliate right right away is there a way to stop this things are way to stop it from just escalating and escalating and escalating well it's hard to see how we're going to stop something that's going to happen within the next twenty four hours i just don't see a catalyst to be able to stop that to some extent you almost have to start the fight to realize what a bad idea it is and then have both parties baby step back a bit but this friday tomorrow we're gonna get slapped with tariffs primarily on commodities these are red states voted for the president this is a big hit we already have our surplus of cheese we're going to have a surplus of soybeans is not good for the us farm so and then of course china will get hit so tomorrow i wouldn't say tomorrow it starts because i think it's already started wordy seeing the repercussions wordy see prices increase were he sees some people losing their job in the us but tomorrow it will escalate no question just chilling right now soy elevators by congressional district and the concentration through the midwest upper midwest the puzzle of political ramifications but put on your hat as a ceo again for a moment if you're a ceo how do you deal with these issues as you try to plan capital investments make decisions that are longer term decisions thus far it seems like the markets have not reacted too much to the trade talk yeah i think you're ceo you've gotta be very careful because you can make a strategic decision and three months from now realize that you didn't have to make it because the tariffs are off so for example we know companies who are losing market share and losing money because because of the terrorist slapped on some of their inputs they can't sell competitively in the us or outside of the us that company can choose to close down and open a factory someplace else but i think it's worthwhile waiting a little bit even if you have to take a hit the important thing is to get through it without making decisions that you'll regret aluminum and steel tariffs are not going to be here forever in fact if the president wants to get nafta done we'll probably see those tariffs taken away from.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is already underway and then it's today's bloomberg small business report it's forty eight minutes past the hour and now it's time for bloomberg opinion here's charlie pellett this editorial was written by the bloomberg view editorial board the european commission's proposal to ban plastic straws plates cutlery and drink stirs and slashed the consumption of many other single use products is more than just a nice novel idea it's a step urgently needed from every country as plastic trash pours into the oceans of the rate of almost nine million tons a year the thought of trash is killing fish turtles seals carl and birds and is getting into the seafood people eat if no action is taken over the coming decade at stands to increase ten fold the us proposed band is just one of a set of measures proposed in a longer effort to increase the amount of plastic the gets recycled to more than fifty percent by twenty twenty five other countries must be quick to follow suit with similarly comprehensive efforts to stem the plastic tied this editorial was written by the bloomberg view editorial board for more bloomberg opinion please go to bloomberg dot com slash opinion or opie i n go on the bloomberg terminal thanks charlie and now let's check in with the bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations gina cervetti and for wvu in chicago i'm reporting that china is cancelling more us soybean shipments has more tariffs looms importing donohoe on what s in louisville a record low eleven point four percent of us workers earn poverty level wages last year i'm alisa parenti on w w j.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Flying cars used to be only in our imaginations on tv or in the movies but now they're real uber is predicting urban air taxis will be roaming the skies in ten years working with nasa to develop sky ports and traffic systems ceo dara koss rush hour he says what they're calling uber air would let customers get high speed flight in and around cities at the push of a button we make big bowl bats you know that's part of the identity of the company chinese drone company e hang wants to get its taxi flight drone in the air as soon as the us will allow german company evola has a flying car with room for two there's also the kitty hawk flyer financed by google co founder larry page kitty hawk ceo sebastian through computerized system so that every person can know how to fly in five minutes at least a dozen companies are pursuing the sci fi dream of personal aircraft alisa parenti may be traveling in a red two thousand and fourteen jeep patriot with colorado license plate one nine eight z q oh if you have any information regarding this abduction immediately call nine one one seniors the answer might be yes if you know adolf hitler there he sits in the bureau push there's the guy that's going to plunge the world into war yes when you make analogies to the sick minded individuals out there that donald trump is adolf hitler and that we trump supporters are nazi sympathizers that is ratcheting up the rhetoric to a point where mentally ill individuals will take action against trump and those who support him maxine waters say show up wherever they show up in restaurants department stores at a gasoline station created crowd and pushback and tell them you're not welcome here get out get out the democratic party once again is in rebellion against the federal government let's continue bill coming in the great american live with you every sunday.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The three d printed sneaker game alisa parenti bloomberg radio and wbz news time is twelve thirty nine the latest now on the russia investigation president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani says the president should refuse to be interviewed by special counsel robert muller unless one condition is met giuliani says that condition should be that trump's team should i be allowed to review classified information shared with some lawmakers in tweets over the weekend president trump pounded away at the idea that his campaign was infiltrated my spies cbs news justice correspondent paula reid has more on that california democrat adam schiff said the president and his supporters are pushing a false narrative to stymie the muller probe this is just a piece of propaganda the president wants to put out and repeat and certainly we've seen this pattern before republican senator jeff flake a frequent critic of the president said congress needs to do more to combat mr trump's lies we've got to push back harder than we have giuliani is downplaying the possibility that president trump would fire muller one person is confirmed missing after torrential rainfall sent floodwaters rushing down the streets of historic allocates city in maryland first responders rescuing dozens of people as waters flooded the first floors of homes and businesses and overturned cars it's the second time in two years that allocates said he has been has seen catastrophic flash floods howard county executive allen kidman says it's still unclear when people can return home i know we have an incident management team that we've requested they'll be coming here this morning and so again you know unfortunately we do know a little bit about disaster recovery and we will be using our experience in the past and we've learned and do a hopefully a better job this time in two thousand sixteen two people died in downtown businesses were shut down for two months when flash flooding the city foreign ministers for the european union nations met in brussels today to discuss the iran nuclear deal the eu says it's looking for a way to preserve the deal that lifts economic sanctions against iran in exchange for restricting its nuclear weapons program president trump pulled the us out of agreement earlier this month saying it was not restrictive enough you foreign policy chief frederico guerini says member nations are committed to striking a new deal with iran opting already peon union level place set of measures to make sure that the.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seven cents gold flat at thirteen twenty yield on the ten year treasury two point nine six percent i haven't mentioned a little bit about bitcoin this morning it's sold off quite a bit down more than four hundred dollars doug over to you thanks brian here in the states the us has extended the hearings for president trump's proposed tariffs on about fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods about one hundred thirty companies and industry groups will now have the chance to share their views about the impact of these plan tariffs bloomberg's mark nicad tells us the responses have been mixed there's some little coming arguing that certain products on that list needs to be removed because either there's no us manufacturer of of those products there's also companies that are arguing that product should be added to the tariff that some cases it's an unfair competitive situation at a specific product doesn't get a tara so other companies that still need to testify that list includes us steel best buy and hp inc julia well beijing maybe making life tougher for us companies bloomberg's elyssa parentally reports as trade tensions between the us and china intensify american products are running into delays in customs clearance chinese ports are holding up cars apples and lumber imported from the us according to people familiar with the matter inspection strengthened after pests and diseases were found in some shipments these are among the early signs that the widening trade dispute between china and the us is exacting a toll on both sides more talks aimed at resolving the conflict are planned for next week in washington alisa parenti bloomberg daybreak asia we go to china next door jp morgan is increasing its headcount for research by more than fifty percent the story from bloomberg's rishaad salamat j p morgan says client demand for china analysis is rising as beijing opens up the financial sector the new hires and mostly senior analysts they'll focus on tech and consumer goods as well as financials and industrials the process will double the banks coverage of chinese companies.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Details for harvard schoolmates are forming a hedge fund plumpton capital to invest in digital currencies plumpton is betting on the youth movement according to a recent harris poll four percent of millennials have owned bitcoin twice the rate of the general population and sixteen percent say they plan on buying bitcoin in the next five years the founders developed the idea for the fund after more than three hundred students expressed interest in harvard's student run blockchain group plumpton has already raised seven hundred thousand dollars from friends and family and is expected to launch in six to eight weeks alisa parenti app you prefer brown's your favorite podcast the average time a resume spends on an hr manager's desk is seven seconds and most of them are tossed aside now imagine if one of those resumes belonged to yasmine who was alter juggling three jobs i had to be resilient that's something that you can't teach we rely so much on a resume yet it could never tell the full story of someone who had to be independent.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the ad council minute youtube has angered advertisers whose commercials ran next to inappropriate content we've seen youtube struggle with brand safety issues on his platform and we've seen obviously facebook more recently have some pretty serious issues as well but paul verna with emarketer says advertisers can't seem to tear themselves away from social media digital ad spending is expected to soar by nineteen percent this year digital platforms have targeting capabilities that tv dozen so while traditional media may reach a larger audience tv ad spending fell one and a half percent last year according to emarketer and was eclipsed by social media ad spending for the first time we have been seeing a lot of signs of tv really not holding up in tone as far as a growth medium declining ratings including for some of the big tv events like the super bowl and and the oscars tv is expected to account for less than a quarter of all ad spending by twenty twenty two alisa parenti bloomberg radio imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of your religion or your race or because you have children or disability it's so wrong yes each of us has the power the law is on your side it's legal for landlords to discriminate because of race color religion sex national origin disability or familial status if you suspect that you're experienced housing discrimination file a complete without immediately so we can investigate it fair housing is your right use it to learn more visit how gutgutted slash warehousing that's how dot gov slash fair housing or call one eight hundred six six nine nine seven seven seven one eight hundred six six nine nine seven seven seven a public service message from hud in partnership with the national fair housing alliance some people think the markets are some amazing thing that nobody really understands you might not have such a big impact in terms of maybe hurting china here who's people are half right what else do we now bloomberg markets with carol massar but is that really that important for high net worth individuals amazing understood if it was technology what would that be like weekday afternoons at two eastern there's so many different angles to this story on bloomberg radio.

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"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"alisa parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eighty five billion dollar acquisition of time warner alisa parenti has that story from our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington the justice department is seeking to block at and t's acquisition of time warner saying would harm competition and increase costs for consumers at and t is expected to attack that claim by presenting evidence that it won't pull channels off the air in cases of contract disputes with rival paytv distributors the trial starts today with a legal battle over what evidence should be allowed opening arguments begin wednesday the case could run as long as eight weeks in court in washington i'm alisa parenti bloomberg daybreak thanks lisa and wants talk to tell you about this morning shares of micro focus international or dell more than fifty percent in london south of the software company warned that its you're on year revenue decline will be greater than expected and said it ceo has stepped down and futures this morning are lower with us and p futures down about fifteen points dow futures down one hundred thirty nine nasdaq futures down eightyfive and the euro at a dollar twenty two ninetyone straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is bloomberg and garin it's now six oh seven on wall street questions robert muller's fate bloomberg's michael barr with the very latest good morning good morning bob a member of the senate intelligence committee says he does not see president trump firing special counsel robert muller republican senator james langford spoke on abc's this week the clearest thing that i can explain from that is the president's exceptionally frustrated that he wants to be able to see this investigation come to an end the white house says president trump is not considering firing muller it comes after the president fired off several tweets over the weekend critical of muller's team meanwhile republican lawmakers pushed back against the firing of deputy fbi director andrew mccabe republican senator marco rubio told nbc's meet the press mccabe shouldn't have been let go just before he was due to retire forty eight hours to go before retirement i would have certainly done.

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