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"american airlines news" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:16 min | 7 months ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Counts of criminal sexual assault and criminal aggravated sexual abuse He was arrested in his west lawn neighborhood he scheduled to appear in court today The owner House passed the change to the right of conscience act The measure gives employers greater authority over COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirements Representative dean mazaki says the amendment is an infringement on personal freedoms Government is supposed to respect and protect our civil liberties not disregard them And that is because we are citizens not subjects The act has been used recently as a loophole allowing people to flout COVID mandates The only Department of Veterans Affairs is asking the public to reach out to residents of state veterans homes the operation rising spirit campaign aims to do just that says I DVA acting director Terry prince Our veterans and homes really like getting mail you know they come from the military where that was always a big thing Male call was a big event So getting mail in our veterans home is just the same thing Anything we can do to brighten their spirits Just to let them know that we're thinking about them we care about them and we've got their back Well you can write a letter or card and send it to the agency Springfield office to be forwarded to one of the state's 5 veterans homes or visit veterans dot Illinois dot gov to send a message electronically A popular pizza chain is under attacks investigation all three of parler pizza's locations are shut down and wicker park river north and the west lube and authorities saying American Airlines flight from New York to California was diverted to Denver after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant the airline says the passenger was removed and the flight attendant was taken to the hospital that passenger is no longer allowed to fly on American Airlines News time is 1232 All right we have disabled vehicle on the outbound Kenny where the right lane is blocked to kill our avenue I got is on the scene solid traffic inbound Eisenhower between Ogden and the burn And it looks like we have an exit on the outbound Ryan around the Chinatown feeder ramp That's continues at that area We'll bring another traffic update in 15 minutes In the business report the U.S. economy slowed to a 2% annual rate last quarter in the face of COVID-19 and supply shortages The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to a pandemic low last week jobless claims dropped by.

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"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell will appear before Congress on Tuesday via video conference Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports Powell is expected to make the case for more spending for an economy reeling from the impacts of the corona virus pandemic they'll be joined by treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin before the Senate banking committee they're testifying on the two point two trillion dollar virus rescue package passed by Congress in March but watchers say poll must communicate the need for more money but not overplay his hand and hurt the fed's credibility house Democrats have proposed a new three trillion dollar relief bill but it has a dubious future in the Republican led Senate Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Williams companies said it won't refile estate application for a contentious one billion dollar natural gas pipeline after New York again denied the project a key permit York on Friday rejected Williams at latest application for a water permit for its northeast supply enhancement project the same thing it did last year Williams said yesterday that it wouldn't be re filing applications to either New York or New Jersey global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts and more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly Bloomberg's radio we use some of the most important informative conversations we had throughout the week and our daily radio show of course it's all about the virus could we are we are today what it looks like post code nineteen and I have to say we to remind everybody all of this happening in real time as news continue to cross the Bloomberg terminal absolutely and one of our favorite conversations was with Daniel Hostetler he's the president and managing director of the ocean house management collection the owner and operator of some absolutely beautiful properties I felt like in talking to him in researching a little bit I got a little bit of a window into what it's like to be Carol mass is definitely going to be a challenge this summer is like all New England seaside destinations you know the majority of these properties up here make a good sixty to seventy percent of their business during during the height of the summer season we've we've been working hard communicating with the staff on a weekly basis zoo might think is the new go to meeting application and so we get the entire company together every week for an hour to talk about what the plans are going forward and keeping them informed it's a challenging Ross says because there aren't a lot of guidelines laid out yet you know first of all it's individual state to state and then in our state like in most states that there are not yet concrete guidelines that say how many people can you have in the restaurant how much capacity can you have on the beach or in the hotel so we are sort of crisis planning with with with in the end a lot of gray area mainly we're you know we're we're spending our time looking to re concept I think the food and beverage operations most of all because that is clearly the area of concentration for the public right and so let's talk about that so what so what are you doing and how do you sort of work through something like this as you say you know you're taking guidance from state officials and and local officials but as a team how do you do this sort of step by step well for us it started with mapping the guests process from point of arrival on the driveway at the Belmond two point of departure again with the Bellman and every step in between and asking ourselves how are we going to conform to the best practices the social distancing and yet give a level of luxury service that the gas are used to and how do we make it a fun experience so something as simple as housekeeping will be guests want us in the room twice a day as traditionally so we we approach that and said you know we're going to whenever possible we're going to deliver the service that we've always delivered and we're going to let the guest guide us so we are going to say housekeeping services are twice daily but if you would prefer once daily we can do that if you would prefer just cleaned house brought to you every day we can certainly accommodate that as well it's it's sort of taking every touch point and trying to find out how we keep the gas safe how we keep our staff safe and still deliver a unique experience what do I do wonder in terms of as you mentioned you know for food and beverage you're looking to re concept it does that include maybe more folks eating in their rooms or perhaps you set up space outside I mean do you think about that yes we absolutely are doing that we're looking at a unique dining menus taking restaurants that were traditional sit down and making them fast casual where you walk away and pick your own seat coming up with a picnic platter menu that where you can say I would like to eat on the beach I would like to eat on the croquet lawn and your food will be there sat on a table for you when you when you arrive for dinner that evening those sorts of unique dining experiences that wouldn't be traditional I do wonder about the staffing you said you're you're breaking them every week and and presumably hearing their concerns as well how do you make that side of it work as an employer well we want to make sure that when we bring them back it is safe for them as well so in the same way we are asking them to sign a health pledge that that our guests know that they are taking their temperature before they come to work every day and washing their hands every thirty minutes SunTrust we will have signage throughout the hotel's asking the guests to do similar things to practice social distance thing and you know and we're providing all of the masks and gloves and equipment that the staff needs to feel safe and that's Daniel Hostetler the president the ocean house management collection Carol you had sort of turned me on to at least remotely these properties you've been there you've sailed there I mean it's pretty remarkable what they have but also what they are trying to do to get back yeah and they definitely tap into that New York tri state area in terms of the folks that come to state their properties over the summer season I mean that is when they get the bulk of their business something like sixty to seventy percent they expect business to be down forty percent and yet they're mapping out process by process you know their way back and I love the way he said it from a rival with the bell man to departure with the Bellman they've got to figure out every step of the way to make sure that everybody their workers as well as those that come to state the properties stay safe you're listening to Bloomberg this week coming up we stay with the travel and hospitality business we catch up with the airline industry legend Bob Crandall the former chairman and CEO of American Airlines news at industry so well this is Bloomberg.

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"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special report coronavirus update S. A. graduates with a virtual commencement address former president Obama criticized the trump administration's handling of the corona virus outbreak on fox news special assistant to the president Peter Navarro came to trump's defense saying China is responsible for the virus worldwide there are no coincidences in China that that ground zero patient in Wuhan was within yards of that P. for lab and the bats that were in the wet market we're not the same as spawn this virus as most states are re opening parts of their economy this weekend Disney says it plans to re open a shopping area at its Florida resort on Wednesday and while coronavirus cases in the US have slowed the death toll from covert nineteen no protein eighty nine thousand set no this number exports okay it is not been a good week for some NFL players Redskins wide receiver Cody Latimer has been arrested and charged with second degree assault menacing illegal discharge of a firearm in a suburb of Denver deputies had responded to reports of gunshots inside an apartment at a complex a statement from the Redskins said they were aware of the situation and they have informed the league office and they will have no further comment at this time meanwhile the Seahawks Quinton Dunbar the giants de Andre Baker both turned themselves in to authorities in Florida Saturday each facing charges related to an alleged robbery this past Wednesday night at a party the lawyers for both players say they have affidavits from witnesses that will clear each of them a sixty seven page report sent by Major League Baseball to the players detailing the protocols that are expected to be in place if and when the players returned included is the blueprint for medical ten testing protocols for covert nineteen social distancing the clubhouse and dugout no big jugs of water or sports drinks no high fives are hugging no spitting and no smokeless tobacco or sunflower seeds this week on CNN commissioner rob Manfred expressed optimism I think it's hopeful that we will have some major league baseball this summer we are making plans box laying in the stadium's but as I said before all those plans are dependent on what the public health situation is and us reaching the conclusion that it would be safe for our players and other employees to come back to work of course the major sticking point is money and they'll be saying if there were pro rated salaries like the players won the game would see an average loss of six hundred forty thousand dollars for each game over an eighty two game season an empty ballparks governor Cuomo announcing that horse racing tracks and walk ins one race track we'll be able to reopen without fans and the Preakness Stakes has been rescheduled for October third with the Bloomberg sports update on Franklin RD this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly Bloomberg's radio some of the most important informative conversations we had throughout the week and our daily radio show of course isn't all about the virus could we are we are today what it looks like post code nineteen and I have to say we to remind everybody all of this happening in real time as news continue to cross the Bloomberg terminal absolutely and one of our favorite conversations was with Daniel Hostetler he's the president and managing director of the ocean house management collection the owner and operator of some absolutely beautiful properties I felt like in talking to him in researching a little bit I got a little bit of a window into what it's like to be Carol mass it's definitely going to be a challenge this summer it'll like all New England seaside destinations you know the majority of these properties up here make a good sixty to seventy percent of their business during during the height of the summer season we've we've been working hard communicating with the staff on a weekly basis zoo might think is the new go to meeting application and so we get the entire company together every week for an hour to talk about what the plans are going forward and keeping them informed it's a challenging Ross says because there aren't a lot of guidelines laid out yet you know first of all it's individual state to state and then in our state like in most states that there are not yet concrete guidelines that say how many people can you have in the restaurant how much capacity can you have on the beach or in the hotel so we are sort of crisis planning with with with in the end a lot of gray area mainly we're you know we're we're spending our time looking to re concept I think the food and beverage operations most of all because that is clearly the area of concentration for the public right and so let's talk about that so what so what are you doing and how do you sort of work through something like this as you say you know you're taking guidance from state officials and and local officials but as a team how do you do this sort of step by step well for us it started with mapping the gas process from point of arrival on the driveway at the Belmond two point of departure again with the Bellman and every step in between and asking ourselves how are we going to conform to the best practices the social distancing and yet give a level of luxury service that the gas are used to and how do we make it a fun experience so something as simple as housekeeping will be guests want us in the room twice a day as traditionally so we we approach that and said you know we're going to whenever possible we're going to deliver the service that we've always delivered and we're going to let the guest guide us so we are going to say housekeeping services are twice daily but if you would prefer once daily we can do that if you would prefer just clean towels brought to you every day we can certainly accommodate that as well it's it's sort of taking every touch point and trying to find out how we keep the gas safe how we keep our staff space and still deliver a unique experience what do I do wonder in terms of as you mentioned you know for food and beverage you're looking to re concept it does that include maybe more folks eating in their rooms or perhaps you set up space outside of me do you think about that yes we absolutely are doing that we're looking at a unique dining menus taking restaurants that were traditional sit down and making them fast casual where you walk away and pick your own seat coming up with a picnic platter menu that where you can say I would like to eat on the beach I would like to eat on the croquet lawn and your food will be there sat on a table for you when you when you arrive for dinner that evening those sorts of unique dining experiences that wouldn't be traditional I do wonder about the staffing you said you're you're breaking them every week and and presumably hearing their concerns as well how do you make that side of it work as an employer what we want to make sure that when we bring them back that it's safe for them as well so in the same way we are asking them to sign a health pledge that that our guests know that they are taking their temperature before they come to work every day and washing their hands every thirty minutes at center we will have signage throughout the hotel's asking the guests to do similar things to practice social distance thing and you know and we're providing all of the masks and gloves and equipment that the staff needs to feel safe and that's Daniel Hostetler the president the ocean house management collection Carol you had sort of turned me on to at least remotely these properties you've been there you've sailed there I mean it's pretty remarkable what they have but also what they are trying to do to get back yeah I think definitely tap into that New York tri state area in terms of the folks that come to state their properties over the summer season I mean that is when they get the bulk of their business something like sixty to seventy percent they expect business to be down forty percent and yet they're mapping out process by process you know their way back and I love the way he said it from a rival with the bell man to departure with the Bellman they've got to figure out every step of the way to make sure that everybody their workers as well as those that come to state their properties stay safe you're listening to Bloomberg this week coming up we stay with the travel and hospitality business we catch up with the airline industry legend Bob Crandall the former chairman and CEO of American Airlines news at industry so well this is Bloomberg.

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"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The beaches don't have to stay open if people don't comply this will bring us no joy but we reserve the right to put the brakes on a reverse the car if we think we've we've got unattended particularly bad health consequences from step to take the jerseys daily death toll has dropped to one hundred fifteen we're hearing Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund is planning to borrow about ten billion dollars by pledging some of its stakes in softbank group's technology investment vehicle this to shore up its liquidity Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini takes a look sources say the public investment fund will pledge some of its stakes in softbank group's technology investment vehicle the public investment fund has been on an overseas shopping spree recently and it is now said to be speaking with investment banks about a margin loan backed by some of its investments in the hundred billion dollar vision fund the fund may also decide against raising the loan the recent plunge in oil prices is pushing sovereign wealth funds in the region to find ways to unlock liquidity to dispel a grainy Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio some of the most important informative conversations we had throughout the week and our daily radio show and of course it's all about the virus could we are we are today what it looks like post code nineteen and I have to say we to remind everybody all of this happening in real time as news continue to cross the Bloomberg terminal absolutely and one of our favorite conversations was with Daniel Hostetler he's the president and managing director of the ocean house management collection the owner and operator of some absolutely beautiful properties I felt like in talking to him in researching a little bit I got a little bit of a window into what it's like to be Carol mass is definitely going to be a challenge this summer is like all New England seaside destination you know the majority of these properties up here make a good sixty to seventy percent of their business during during the height of the summer season we've we've been working hard communicating with the staff on a weekly basis zoo might think is the new go to meeting application and so we get the entire company together every week for an hour to talk about what the plans are going forward and keeping them informed it's a challenging Ross says because there aren't a lot of guidelines laid out yet you know first of all it's individual state to state and then in our state like in most states that there are not yet concrete guidelines that say how many people can you have in the restaurant how much capacity can you have on the beach or in the hotel so we are sort of crisis planning with with with in the end a lot of gray area mainly we're you know we're we're spending our time looking to re concept I think the food and beverage operations most of all because that is clearly the area of concentration for the public right and so let's talk about that so what so what are you doing and how do you sort of work through something like this as you say you know you're taking guidance from state officials and and local officials but as a team how do you do this sort of step by step well for us it started with mapping the gas process from point of arrival on the driveway at the Belmond two point of departure again with the Bellman and every step in between and asking ourselves how are we going to conform to the best practices the social distancing and yet give a level of luxury service that the gas are used to and how do we make it a fun experience so something as simple as housekeeping will be guests want us in the room twice a day as traditionally so we we approach that and said you know we're going to whenever possible we're going to deliver the service that we've always delivered and we're going to let the guest guide us so we are going to say housekeeping services are twice daily but if you would prefer once daily we can do that if you would prefer just clean towels brought to you every day we can certainly accommodate that as well it's it's sort of taking every touch point and trying to find out how we keep the gas safe how we keep our staff safe and still deliver a unique experience what do I do wonder in terms of as you mentioned you know for food and beverage you're looking to re concept it does that include maybe more folks eating in their rooms or perhaps you set up space outside I mean do you think about that yes we absolutely are doing that we're looking at a unique dining menus taking restaurants that were traditional sit down and making them fast casual where you walk away and pick your own seat coming up with a picnic platter menu that where you can say I would like to eat on the beach I would like to eat on the croquet lawn and your food will be there sat on a table for you when you when you arrive for dinner that evening those sorts of unique dining experiences that wouldn't be traditional I do wonder about the staff and you said you're you're breaking them every week and and presumably hearing their concerns as well how do you make that side of it work as an employer what we want to make sure that when we bring them back that it's safe for them as well so in the same way we are asking them to sign a health pledge that that our guests know that they are taking their temperature before they come to work every day and washing their hands every thirty minutes at center we will have signage throughout the hotel's asking the guests to do similar things to practice social distance thing and you know and we're providing all of the masks and the gloves and equipment that the staff needs to feel safe and that's Daniel Hostetler the president the ocean house management collection Carol you had sort of turned me on to at least remotely these properties you've been there you've sailed there I mean it's pretty remarkable what they have but also what they are trying to do to get back yeah and they definitely tap into that New York tri state area in terms of the folks that come to state their properties over the summer season I mean that is when they get the bulk of their business something like sixty to seventy percent they expect business to be down forty percent and yet they're mapping out process by process you know their way back and I love the way he said it from a rival with the bell man to departure with development they've got to figure out every step of the way to make sure that everybody their workers as well as those that come to state the properties stay safe you're listening to Bloomberg this week coming up we stay with the travel and hospitality business we catch up with the airline industry legend Bob Crandall the former chairman and CEO of American Airlines news at industry so well this is Bloomberg president of the Jewish rocket mortgage and the rock family of companies every one of our team members know zero this is your second serving the.

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Least some businesses and Christopher crew and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room no surprise New York state's tax revenue plummeted in April down sixty eight point four percent this is locked down then the extension of tax return filings to July fifteenth took a toll your collected three point seven billion dollars or seven point nine billion less than it did the previous April the federal reserve issued a stark warning yesterday that stock and other asset prices could suffer significant declines of the corona virus pandemic defense in its financial stability report the fed said the commercial real estate market could be among the hardest hit industries U. S. retail sales and factory output registered the steepest declines on record in April illustrating a recession that's so deep that it'll likely take years to recover Lorraine is chief economist at F. S. investments I think what it is mark at that have clearly prepared for that really negative data but part of the market can you really be kind of floating right on past it with the expectation that we're going to get a rebound quickly or really disregarding the near term and feeling like it's not gonna have a long term negative impact America's stock cheerleader is finding ways to cheer about we hear more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold off most of its stake in Goldman Sachs group long time holding that slump by about a third during the first quarter Berkshire also trimmed its investment in JP Morgan chase by three percent during the quarter Berkshire has been a big investor and banks in the past two weeks ago Buffett said he completely exited the airline industry in temperatures sitting on a hundred and thirty seven billion dollar cash pile and buffet isn't spending it in the market downturn as we've been reporting J. C. Penney the iconic American retailer has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some stores will close for good and the company could be put up for sale global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is the Enberg this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio we'll bring you some of the most important informative conversations we had throughout the week on a daily radio show of course it's all about the virus could we are we are today what it looks like post code nineteen and I have to say we to remind everybody all of this happening in real time as news continue to cross the Bloomberg terminal absolutely and one of our favorite conversations was with Daniel Hostetler he's the president and managing director of the ocean house management collection the owner and operator of some absolutely beautiful properties I felt like in talking to him in researching a little bit I got a little bit of a window into what it's like to be Carol mass is definitely going to be a challenge this summer like all New England seaside destination you know the majority of these properties up here make a good sixty to seventy percent of their business during during the height of the summer season we we were working hard communicating with the staff on a weekly basis zoo might think is the new go to meeting application and so we get the entire company together every week for an hour to talk about what the plans are going forward and keeping them informed it's a challenging Ross says because there aren't a lot of guidelines laid out yet you know first of all it's individual state to state and then in our state like in most states that there are not yet concrete guidelines that say how many people can you have in the restaurant how much capacity can you have on the beach or in the hotel so we are sort of crisis planning with with with in the end a lot of gray area mainly we're you know we're we're spending our time looking to re concept I think the food and beverage operations most of all because that is clearly the area of concentration for the public right and so let's talk about that so what so what are you doing and how do you sort of work through something like this as you say you know you're taking guidance from state officials and and local officials but as a team how do you do this sort of step by step well for us it started with mapping the gas process from point of arrival on the driveway at the Belmond two point of departure again with the Bellman and every step in between and asking ourselves how are we going to conform to the best practices the social distancing and yet give a level of luxury service that the gas are used to and how do we make it a fun experience so something as simple as housekeeping will be guests want us in the room twice a day as traditionally so we we approach that and said you know we're going to whenever possible we're going to deliver the service that we've always delivered and we're going to let the guest guide us so we are going to say housekeeping services are twice daily but if you would prefer one Staley we can do that if you would prefer just cleaned house brought to you every day we can certainly accommodate that as well it's it's sort of taking every touch point and trying to find out how we keep the gas safe how we keep our staff safe and still deliver a unique experience what do I do wonder in terms of as you mentioned you know for food and beverage you're looking to re concept it does that include maybe more folks eating in their rooms or perhaps you set up space outside of me do you think about that yes we absolutely are doing that we're looking at a unique dining menus taking restaurants that were traditional sit down and making them fast casual or you walk away and pick your own seat coming up with a picnic platter menu that where you can say I would like to eat on the beach I would like to eat on the croquet lawn and your food will be there sat on a table for you when you when you arrive for dinner that evening those sorts of unique dining experiences that wouldn't be traditional I do wonder about the staffing you said you're you're breaking them every week and and presumably hearing their concerns as well how do you make that side of it work as an employer well we want to make sure that when we bring them back that it's safe for them as well so in the same way we are asking them to sign a health pledge that that our guests know that they are taking their temperature before they come to work every day and washing their hands every thirty minutes at center we will have signage throughout the hotel's asking the guests to do similar things to practice social distance thing and you know and we're providing all of the masks and the gloves and equipment that the staff needs to feel safe and that's Daniel Hostetler the president the ocean house management collection Carol you had sort of turned me on to at least remotely these properties you've been there you've sailed there I mean it's pretty remarkable what they have but also what they are trying to do to get back yeah and they definitely tap into that New York tri state area in terms of the folks that come to state their properties over the summer season I mean that is when they get the bulk of their business something like sixty to seventy percent they expect business to be down forty percent and yet they're mapping out process by process you know their way back and I love the way he said it from a rival with the bell man to departure with development they've got to figure out every step of the way to make sure that everybody their workers as well as those that come to state the properties stay safe you're listening to Bloomberg this week coming up we stay with the travel and hospitality business we catch up with the airline industry legend Bob Crandall the former chairman and CEO of American Airlines news at industry so well this is Bloomberg.

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"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"american airlines news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"S. economy in free fall and then overwhelmed healthcare system due to the pandemic the GOP controlled Senate already called it dead on arrival as Wisconsin Supreme Court lifted the governor stay at home order some bars and restaurants that opened up for path the owner of the bar Magellan's on main street in Waukesha Dan I tell ya know explained his decision there's a lot of other businesses around the world and if this would have been if I would have been say the loan will finance I would have done you know but there is I think we're all trying to exercise as much caution and you know basically keep our livelihood the Texas Supreme Court on Friday blocked a lower court order that had allowed residents to vote by mail if they say concerns about catching the corona virus at polling places I'm about to step and now this Bloomberg sports update according to autopsies released Friday the pilot flying Kobe Bryant and seven others to youth basketball term outside Los Angeles late January did not have alcohol or drugs in his system also stating nearly fatal injuries with their helicopters slamming into a hillside calls upon and for Alabama backup quarterback tell Leah Tagovailoa is transferring to Maryland making the announcement on Twitter Tagovailoa need a waiver to be able to play this next season he was behind his brother to at Alabama completing nine of twelve passes for even one hundred yards and one touchdown tool is taking the fifth overall pick by the Miami Dolphins New York Giants quarterback Deonte Baker in Seattle corner Quinton Dunbar being accused of armed robbery in are being sought by police in South Florida the two were attending a cookout at a home in Miramar when a fight broke out and Baker pulled out a handgun Baker Dunbar two other men then robbed other people the party of thousands of dollars with cash watches and valuables according to witnesses the attorney for Dunbar said he S. five sworn affidavits from witnesses saying his client was not involved in any armed robbery and I thought he's going to get real benefits ylides on Tuesday if the state local governments will allow it he she was required to submit a plan to the league for opening its training practice facility this week the further notice from the NFL teams may have no more than fifty percent of their staff in the facility not to exceed seventy five people the members of the coaching staff to return to the facility under the first phase of re opening no players may be in the facility other than those undergoing medical treatment or rehabilitation the ATP and WTA announced they have extended suspending their seasons to least August as tennis's top two governing bodies continue to wait out the corona virus pandemic money that's called off for July is the hall of fame opened in Rhode Island which part of the international tennis hall of fame to cancel its twenty twenty induction ceremonies this year's honorees going to be so much and could you Martinez will instantly recognize along with the twenty twenty one class and that's your Bloomberg sports update this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly Bloomberg's radio some of the most important informative conversations we had throughout the week and our daily radio show of course it's been all about the virus could we are we are today what it looks like post code nineteen and I have to say we to remind everybody all of this happening in real time as news continue to cross the Bloomberg terminal absolutely and one of our favorite conversations was with Daniel Hostetler he's the president and managing director of the ocean house management collection the owner and operator of some absolutely beautiful properties I felt like in talking to him in researching a little bit I got a little bit of a window into what it's like to be Carol mass it's definitely going to be a challenge this summer is like all New England seaside destinations you know the majority of these properties up here make a good sixty to seventy percent of their business during during the height of the summer season we've we've been working hard communicating with the staff on a weekly basis zoo might think is the new go to meeting application and so we get the entire company together every week for an hour to talk about what the plans are going forward and keeping them informed it's a challenging Ross says because there aren't a lot of guidelines laid out yet you know first of all it's individual state to state and then in our state like in most states that there are not yet concrete guidelines that say how many people can you have in the restaurant how much capacity can you have on the beach or in the hotel so we are sort of crisis planning with with with in the in a lot of gray area mainly we're you know we're we're spending our time looking to re concept I think the food and beverage operations most of all because that is clearly the area of concentration for the public right and so let's talk about that so what so what are you doing and how do you sort of work through something like this as you say you know you're taking guidance from state officials and and local officials but as a team how do you do this sort of step by step well for us it started with mapping the gas process from point of arrival on the driveway at the Belmond two point of departure again with the Bellman and every step in between and asking ourselves how are we going to conform to the best practices the social distancing and yet give a level of luxury service that the gas are used to and how do we make it a fun experience so something as simple as housekeeping will be guests want us in the room twice a day as traditionally so we we approach that and said you know we're going to whenever possible we're going to deliver the service that we've always delivered and we're going to let the guest guide us so we are going to say housekeeping services are twice daily but if you would prefer one Staley we can do that if you would prefer just clean towels brought to you every day we can certainly accommodate that as well it's it's sort of taking every touch point and trying to find out how we keep the gas safe how we keep our staff safe and still deliver a unique experience what do I do wonder in terms of as you mentioned you know for food and beverage you're looking to re concept it does that include maybe more folks eating in their rooms or perhaps you set up space outside I mean do you think about that yes we absolutely are doing that we're looking at a unique dining menus taking restaurants that were traditional sit down and making them fast casual where you walk away and pick your own seat coming up with a picnic platter menu that where you can say I would like to eat on the beach I would like to eat on the croquet lawn and your food will be there sat on a table for you when you when you arrive for dinner that evening those sorts of unique dining experiences that wouldn't be traditional I do wonder about the staffing you said you're you're breaking them every week and and presumably hearing their concerns as well how do you make that side of it work as an employer well we want to make sure that when we bring them back that it's safe for them as well so in the same way we are asking them to sign at health pledge that that our guests know that they are taking their temperature before they come to work every day and washing their hands every thirty minutes at center we will have signage throughout the hotel's asking the guests to do similar things to practice social distance thing and you know and we're providing all of the masks and gloves and equipment that the staff needs to feel safe and that's Daniel Hostetler the president the ocean house management collection Carol you had sort of turned me on to at least remotely these properties you've been there you've sailed there I mean it's pretty remarkable what they have but also what they are trying to do to get back yeah and they definitely tap into the New York tri state area in terms of the folks that come to state their properties over the summer season I mean that is when they get the bulk of their business something like sixty to seventy percent they expect business to be down forty percent and yet they're mapping out process by process you know their way back and I love the way he said it from a rival with the bell man to departure with development they've got to figure out every step of the way to make sure that everybody their workers as well as those that come to state the properties stay safe you're listening to Bloomberg this week coming up we stay with the travel and hospitality business we catch up with the airline industry legend Bob Crandall the former chairman and CEO of American Airlines news that industry so well this is Bloomberg.

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