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01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Money news a 25 and 55 in WTO P one 25 with Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute, companies have avoided paying billions of dollars in overtime by skirting a federal law and giving employees inflated management titles such as director of first impressions and lead shower door installer. Bloomberg reporter Matthew Boyle says a recent study shows the problem is widespread. Researchers forged through job listings between 2010 and 2018 and they found a 485% increase in job postings for salaried employees in fairly dubious managerial roles Boyle adds that corporate violators who are caught typically would rather pay the penalties than provide over time. They were getting out of about nearly $4 billion in overtime pay. And companies doing this were really across the board. Everyone from Avis. So Walmart to JPMorgan Chase has been either accused or even had to pay fines and settlements due to this over the years. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann cates on WTO. After traffic and weather and FBI search of President Biden's home Friday yields more documents with classified markings, and a longtime adviser to President Biden has signaled that he will step down as White House chief of staff after the president's State of the Union address next month. Stay with us. We have lots to share with you this morning on the radio on your smart speaker on the WTO app or at WTO P dot com, where it is one 26. Cancer

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01:56 min | Last month

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"Santa Claus sure making tracks at staying warm to heading for Acapulco, Mexico in the next minute or so, as he continues his yearly char will keep tabs on Santa for the rest of the morning hours while he is aloft. It's one 25. Money news at 25 and 55 and WTO, here's Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Pink slip parties, which became popular during the dot com bust in the early 2000s, are being resurrected. Bloomberg reporter Joe Constance has back in the day. It was a combination of networking and happy hour. It was just so many tech workers were laid off at the same time that folks started organizing parties where they used color coded name tags and wristbands and the like to identify folks who were looking for jobs, recruiters who were still hiring and then the folks that were just there for a good time. Corporate America lately has been laying off workers once again, especially in big tech, and large scale gatherings to help displaced workers find new jobs are returning constant says in person parties these days are preferred over Zoom meetings. These events are really for people who are coming together and just trying to meet new people and figure out what made sense for the next move. Still, people who've lost their jobs often turn to LinkedIn or even TikTok right away to kick off the new search process. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO. Jingle all the way oh what fun it is to ride. Great to have you with us on the holiday morning coming up after traffic and weather cut back on that power usage this morning. That is the plea from the region's electric grid operator details ahead, one 26. Cancer can feel like something we can't do anything about, but you can. There are screening tests that can catch cancer

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02:14 min | 2 months ago

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"Our stories to learn more. A message from the Alzheimer's association and the ad council. This is WTO P news It's one 23 defying federal government opposition American Airlines in JetBlue are expanding their partnership. A federal judge is considering the government's attempt to kill the deal, the Justice Department 6 states in D.C. have sued to block the partnership which lets American and JetBlue work together, setting schedules and sharing revenue on flights on the very important and lucrative New York to Boston route. The price of gasoline continues to fall that's now cheaper than it was one year ago. Gas buddy says there's a good chance the price could fall below $3 a gallon nationally as soon as Christmas. Paul brandis, who's a columnist with Dow Jones market watch in the Washington bureau chief of evergreen podcasting. Triple-A's national average is down 50 cents in just the past month. So if you were paying, say, 75, 80 bucks to fill up over the summer, you might be paying 50 bucks now. So folks have a few more in their pocket ahead of the holidays. Obviously, very good news. In our area, Virginia and Maryland both almost saw a 50 cent decline on average from last month, D.C.'s drop is about 20 cents. Oil industry analyst Tom closes as gasoline and diesel prices could keep falling until March. An investigation continues into a shooting at an electrical substation in North Carolina, the left tens of thousands of people without power for several days. CBS News correspondent Catherine heritage as the investigation is expanding. The FBI is investigating a series of attacks on U.S. power grids in North Carolina thousands were left without power for days after gunfire damaged two substations. Shots were also fired this week near an energy facility in South Carolina, and recent attacks were reported in Oregon and Washington state. Authorities were examining shell casings found at the location of that attack in North Carolina. Money news here on WTO appear at 25 and 55. Here's Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Stay

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02:39 min | 2 months ago

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"Adopt U.S. kids dot org. A public service announcement brought to you by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, adopt U.S. kids, and the ad council. This is news. It's one 23 We've seen confederate statues across Virginia being taken down over the past couple of years. In one county, leaders are working to stop that from happening. Here's WTO's nickey and Ellie. The situation is playing out in Matthews county, Virginia, which is north of Newport News, the county board of supervisors is taking an unusual step planning to protect a confederate statue by transferring the public land it's on to a private group in an effort to prevent residents from taking the statue down. It's stirring up controversy and the board has heard negative public comments. Does that fall under fiscal responsibility? How about social responsibility? What you are proposing does not follow logic or law, Shane. It's led the local chapter of the NAACP to threaten a lawsuit over any effort to transfer the property. Nick and Ellie WTO P news Leesburg police department has lost its accreditation, Virginia's law enforcement standards commission comprised of current and former police officers that Leesburg department failed to meet four of the required 191 standards for accreditation that process is repeated every four years. Those standards include failure to conduct timely audits, failure to update policy language around property on it and requalifying officers to use less lethal shotguns. In the news release, police per police department says calls these issues administrative errors, adding that it does not impact the day to today operations of the department. There are renewed concerns about the mental health of men and women serving in the U.S. Navy following the recent apparent suicides of four sailors. The command, which is assigned to repair ships on the east coast, includes 1200 sailors, about 500 of whom are on limited duty status for various reasons, including pregnancy injuries and mental health problems. We know that these people have higher needs right now, they're in a higher stress situation. After the first two deaths, the navy ordered a mental health stand down and brought in Kayla aristo. President of a nonprofit counseling service who delivered a grim report to the navy. Now the CBS is David Martin, if you or someone you know is dealing with thoughts of suicide, you can call the suicide and crisis lifeline at 9 8 8. Money news at 25 and 55 a WTO, one 25 with Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Just how many mister moms are out there? Bloomberg reporter

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02:01 min | 4 months ago

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"Approve them. Here are now Alexandria 5 school zones will be getting speed enforcement cameras. If the cameras catch you going at least ten miles an hour over the speed limit, it would mean a fine of up to $100. It would not count as a conviction and would not go on to records that affect insurance rates, signs will need to be posted within a thousand feet of the cameras to warn that they're being used, you could challenge a ticket if you weren't driving, but you'd have to say who was behind the wheel. The school zones that will get the speed cameras are still to be determined. In Alexandria, Neil odd can stay in double TLP news. It's one 24 environmental and historic preservation groups in Maryland are asking a federal court to block plans to widen a 15 mile stretch of the beltway and I two 70. Those aiming to block the highway project say it could disturb an African American cemetery in cabin John and plummer's island, a small island in the Potomac near the American legion bridge that is renowned for its botanical research. Josh Tolkien, director of the Maryland chapter of the Sierra club, says there are deficiencies in the state's environmental review. The Maryland department of the environment tried to take shortcuts and circumvent really critical studies that needed to do. The project is intended to ease congestion by adding toll lanes and a new and expanded American legion bridge. Particularly on WTO P news. The Maryland Department of Transportation is expected to give $1.4 million in funding for road improvement project aimed at unclogging sections of three high traffic state highways in and around county, a project to add a link to Richie highway, a section of route two in Arnold running between route 50 and Arnold road, funding should be distributed some type in 2023. Money news at 25 and 55 of WTO one, 25 with Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The hot new must have for

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02:15 min | 7 months ago

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"For the first time instead of sending students to a county wide site. There's a certain level of comfort certainly for our students and our families knowing that they're coming to their homeschool site. Bob marble is the principal there and says they currently have three classes with 15 students each, and it's very hands on. There's also a lot of collaborative opportunities for the students to work in small groups. He says despite staffing shortages in some counties across the region, putting teachers and students first has made for a successful program. Yes, the last few years have been difficult, certainly our hope that we're on the other side of it, and there are certainly brighter days ahead. Melissa Howell WTO penis. Ridership for MTA bus and rail lines in Maryland has yet to rebound to pre-pandemic levels. That's according to a Friday report by the daily record, which is found that the decline in ridership can be seen across all the agency services. The agency is also facing a shortage of operators like most other transit systems in the country. The transit agency has temporarily changed light rail schedules in Baltimore due to the shortage and is increasing efforts to fill vacant positions. Two 55. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO hears Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Canadian company loop mission is on a mission to help save the planet. Bloomberg reporter Danielle Boko says the startup's goal is to cut back on global food waste by giving fruits and vegetables that would otherwise be discarded, a new life in the form of juice and other products. What loop mission is trying to do is to pull some of that food that pointed towards landfill and turn it into something that can actually be sold while keeping the carbon footprint neutral or even negative. Volkov adds that loop mission is also developing other uses for food waste. So they are making beer with old bread. They're making gin with potato peeling. They've experimented with soap. The founders say that at any given time they have like maybe 15 recipes that they're experimenting with. The loop missions products are priced as low as possible to boost sales and move inventory while helping consumers be sustainable and turning a profit at the same time 14% of food harvested worldwide never gets eaten. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann cates on WTO. Demonstrations across the U.S. calling on Congress in The White House to protect women's reproductive rights of

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01:32 min | 8 months ago

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"Three 55 Money news a 25 and 55 Here's Anne cates This is a Bloomberg money minute U.S. workers continue to walk away from their jobs during the great resignation Bloomberg reporter Charlie well says the quit rate remains strong despite soaring consumer prices and a possible economic downturn The people who feel like they've been through recessions It wasn't the pandemic They have dealt with a lot of personal issues over the past two years and they feel like they have what it takes even if there is a recession Wells adds up for some it's not always about a high salary There are people who say are more in other phases of life Maybe they have families And what they seem to be focusing on is trying to kind of reevaluate work versus lifestyle and trying to find a sense of balance Close to four and a half million Americans voluntarily left their place of employment in April That's one of the highest levels since 2000 Plus one third of those surveyed by human resources for Mercer say they are considering resigning over the next 6 to 12 months From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate saw wt LP and coming up on WTO a breakthrough on gun reform on Capitol Hill 20 senators announced the outline of a bipartisan deal Three 56 Jamie's log progressive Harrington's backyard day four two 18 a.m. I've been camping outside the Harrington house for four days now proving that progressive S 24/7 protection Mister Harrington says I don't need to do this since progressive protects 24/7 It's a pretty easy concept to grasp But I'm going to stay improve my point Besides there's a big tree branch over.

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01:34 min | 9 months ago

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"Money news at 25 and 55 of WTO add one 25 Here's Anne cates This is a Bloomberg money minute Many employees would like to have a four day work week but only 6% of corporate executives pulled by Gartner say they have implemented such a schedule or are considering it Bloomberg reporter Matthew Boyle says the conversion is not instantaneous But not something where you just flip a switch and okay guys now we're doing a four day work week from the research we've done This can take up to 6 months of planning You really want to experiment because there's different variations in how you do this It's not just everybody come in Monday to Thursday and then we're all off Friday But Boyle adds that with huge numbers of open jobs and workers quitting firms with that four day work weeks are taking big risks Not a time when companies can be laying out dictates and saying thou shall do this Thou shalt do that Or they're going to lose people and not just people They're best people It's your best employees are usually the first ones to go out the door when they're not happy They're not engaged Boyle says management worries about a loss of productivity by shifting to a shorter work week From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann cates on WTO On this very busy Sunday morning federal authorities say the 18 year old accused of killing ten at a buffalo supermarket was motivated by racially based hate and the president has reacted to that shooting in Buffalo on Saturday afternoon As the Republican leader of the U.S. Senate visits Keith Russian troops fall back from Ukraine's second largest city Thanks for bringing us along on Sunday morning WTO P news time one 26 I'm doctor Lee beers with the American academy.

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02:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Customers are still without power in states from Maryland to Georgia North Korea has fired what is suspected to be two ballistic missiles VB on Rosso reports from Tokyo The projectiles were launched from an airport in North Korea's capital city of Pyongyang on Monday morning according to the South Korean military South Korean and Japanese authorities are currently collecting and analyzing information to determine further details Japan has once again called Pyongyang's actions a threat to the region's peace and security the latest launches marked the fourth this year the United States imposed fresh sanctions on North Korea last Wednesday In response North Korea has accused the U.S. of escalating the situation Maryland family is dealing with the messy aftermath after a burglary gone wrong at 24 year old man became stuck in their chimney while attempting to enter their home the Montgomery county police department reported the man was stuck inside the chimney for at least four hours I'm Lisa Taylor And I'm Karen chase From the Bloomberg newsroom U.S. stock markets are closed today in honor of the Martin Luther King day holiday But overseas markets have been open and actively trading the FTSE in London closed up 68 points The cac in Paris was up 59 and the Dax in Germany up 50 Walmart is planning to enter into the Brave New World of virtual reality and cryptocurrency According to filings with the U.S. patent and trademark office Walmart is preparing to create its own cryptocurrency and collection of non fungible tokens The applications represent a significant step for the retail giant as it looks for a way to get in on the metaverse a virtual world that blends aspects of digital technologies Walmart last year posted a job position seeking someone to develop the digital currency strategy and product road map Big banks have just developed a post earnings season strategy Bloomberg's and Kate's has the details Wall Street's biggest banks are expected to hit the corporate bond market after they report quarterly results in an effort to raise money before the Federal Reserve boosts borrowing costs higher Analysts at JPMorgan Chase predict major financial institutions will borrow a combined 24 to $32 billion after posting their profit reports United and American Airlines are also on the earnings calendar this week along with Netflix which could also impact bond prices In Washington Anne cates Bloomberg radio Target's top executive predicts consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping trips into fewer as they adjust to price ear gasoline and the highest inflation rate in almost four decades Shoppers are also likely to eat more at home and seek cheaper generic brand goods in an effort to ease the flow from rising prices CEO Brian Cornell told participants at a national retail federation event consumer prices jumped 7% last year The fastest one year pace since mid 1982 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries I'm Karen chase And this is Bloomberg.

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. is leading a march in the nation's capital King's eldest son Martin Luther King junior the third his wife and their daughter will be among the marchers on this Martin Luther King day holiday They're crossing the Frederick Douglass memorial bridge before joining D.C.'s annual ML came memorial peace walk through the district The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff is positive for COVID Lisa Taylor reports General Mark milley is isolating after he tested positive yesterday the joint staff spokesperson says he's experiencing minor symptoms and is vaccinated including a booster shot His most recent contact with the president was last week the tested negative days prior to that event I'm Lisa Taylor There was an emotional funeral ceremony held in The Bronx Sunday for 15 at the 17 people killed earlier this month and a huge apartment building fire Thousands of mourners came to pay their respects at the Islamic cultural center about two miles from where the high rise fire broke out I'm Michael kassner And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom GlaxoSmithKline says that it rejected an offer from Unilever for the drug makers consumer healthcare business that valued the unit at $68 billion Glaxo over the weekend said it received three unsolicited proposals The most recent just before Christmas and that said that they were turned down because they undervalued its consumer healthcare offerings Its border of directors still prefers the plant spin off of the division which includes brands such as sensitized toothpaste and advil pain killers Targets CEO says U.S. consumers are trying to combat inflation by modifying their behavior in a number of ways Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has a story CEO Brian Cornell says first he sees consumers driving less to consolidate their shopping at a fewer trips to adjust for gasoline prices He also says more eating at home and cheaper generic brand goods to try to ease the blow He says these are things that consumers have done in the past and he sees it playing out again this year He says target is coming off record years of demand and is trying to adjust for what's to come and the inflationary cycle ahead In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg radio Federal Reserve officials are heading toward their January meeting with only tentative conviction and inflation will finish the year below 3% One of the biggest challenges for the Central Bank is providing guidance as the pandemic lingers volatile economic data is causing the fed to constantly revise its outlook The housing sector is in focus this week with new figures on housing starts and existing home sales due out in the coming days The puts in London is gaining 7 tenths of a percent The cac in Paris and the Dax in Germany are up half a percent then they can Japan is up 1% The Hank second Hong Kong fell 1% while China's CSI 300 rose 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I man cates This is Bloomberg Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York Bloomberg 11 To Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg one O 6 one Does San Francisco.

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02:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Celine Dion is canceling the remainder of her courage world tour due to ongoing health issues The Canadian singer announced on Instagram she would not be going forward with the last 16 shows because of severe and persistent muscle spasms Dion postponed her Las Vegas residency in October of last year due to the same issue in the same post she said she was looking forward to being on stage again once she was back to full health 5 of the NFL 6 super wild card weekend games are in the books Mike Bauer reports As one sports journalist put it Josh Allen devoured Bill Belichick soul as the Buffalo Bills romp past the New England Patriots with a perfect offensive performance thanks to the combination of Joe burrow and Jamar chase the Bengals beat the Raiders and won their first playoff game in 31 years Tom Brady was missing more than a few offensive weapons himself and it still didn't matter as the defending Super Bowl champ Buccaneers beat the eagles and a nail biter this San Francisco forty-niners upset the Dallas Cowboys And the slow ramp up to the mismatch gave the Kansas City Chiefs a big win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and tonight's first ever Monday night playoff game awaits between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams I'm Mike Bauer The Australian open is underway Number one men seed Novak Djokovic notably won't compete after he was denied a medical exemption remains unvaccinated against COVID-19 and was ordered deported from Australia I'm Michael castner And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom more turmoil for Credit Suisse Now the guy who was supposed to fix things has been ousted More from Bloomberg's to these Pellegrini In a midnight surprise Antonio horda aus has been pushed out after just 9 months on the job This is a man who received a British knighthood after reviving Lloyd's bank earlier Now he is out at Credit Suisse after violating COVID quarantine roles being replaced by axel liemann as chairman He's a board member at the bank who oversees Credit Suisse risk committee but his little known outside Zürich Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Wall Street's biggest banks are expected to hit the corporate bond market after the report quarterly results in an effort to raise money before the Federal Reserve boost borrowing costs higher analysts at JPMorgan Chase predict major financial institutions will borrow a combined 24 to $32 billion after posting their profit reports united and American Airlines are also on the earnings calendar this week along with Netflix which could also impact bond prices Investors searching for clues as to where Bitcoin may be headed they want to take a look at what the options market is signaling The world's largest cryptocurrency appears to have stabilized after falling 40% from its record high clock tower strategists warned that Bitcoin remains as volatile as ever and trading could be choppy in an environment where interest rates could be hiked.

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05:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Headaches for air travelers this morning like tracking website flight aware shows over 1300 flights within into or out of the U.S. already canceled today Martin Luther King the third and his family kicked off the holiday honoring his father with a rally against the Senate's filibuster rule the late civil rights icon son took aim at democratic senator Kristen sinema of Arizona on Saturday We believe that as it relates to getting this these bills passed that senator sinema has been one of the challenges And so it made sense to come to Arizona King said cinema's speech last week opposing changes to the filibuster means she supports voting rights but not as much as she supports the ability to take those rights away The filibuster requires 60 votes to pass most legislation in the Senate with a 50 50 split in the Senate the Democrats voting rights bill has no chance of passage unless the filibusters change to allow passage by a simple majority The COVID amaran variant wave may be peaking but it's not peaking across the country all at once Mark Mayfield fills us in Appearing on ABC's this week Surgeon General Vivek Murthy noted that not all areas of the U.S. are at the same place in their battle with the variant so peaks will be staggered over the next several weeks However he didn't out encouraging data from New York and other pockets of the northeast where the number of cases appears to be leveling off or even declining The Australian open is underway No One men seed Novak Djokovic notably won't compete after he was denied a medical exemption He remains unvaccinated against COVID-19 and was ordered deported from Australia Today marks what would have been Emmy winning actress Betty White's 100th birthday the documentary about the special occasion is airing in theaters across the country It's called Betty White a celebration and was already in the works before she passed away on New Year's Eve I'm Michael kosner There was an emotional funeral ceremony held in The Bronx Sunday for 15 of the 17 people killed earlier this month and a huge apartment building fire noram laden with more Thousands of mourners coming out in the cold to grieve with the families at the Islamic cultural center in The Bronx It's a big big glossy for the whole continent The mourners filing past 15 caskets Senator Schumer mayor Eric Adams taking part in the service The American Dream for too many burnt in that fire All of the victims died of smoke inhalation dozens more trapped in the flames are still in the hospital today It appears North Korea has gone through with yet another missile test or from TRE Thomas South Korea's joint chiefs of staff says the north fired a projectile into the ocean off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula earlier today It comes after a pair of launches last week and won the week before The Biden administration imposed new sanctions on Pyongyang the last Wednesday after a missile launch prompted the FAA to issue a brief ground stop For some West Coast flights out of an abundance of caution Former president Donald Trump is describing Florida governor Ron DeSantis is having a dull personality and unable to beat him in 2024 Mike Bauer reports Axios reports that Trump is furious with desantis because of an unwillingness so far to rule out running against Trump in two years Axios also states that Trump is irritated by desantis growing popularity and lack of gratitude A source close to the former president says Trump says desantis has no personal charisma and adult personality Trump has declined to publicly attack dissatisfied name but there was little doubt he was referring to desantis who has refused to say if he had received a coronavirus booster shot when he recently described gutless politicians who refuse to disclose their vaccine status There's no trading on Wall Street today both the stock and bond markets are closed for Martin Luther King Jr. day I'm Michael castle And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom The head of target predicts American consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips as they adjust to more expensive gasoline and the highest rate of inflation in almost four decades Chief executive officer Brian Cornell speaking at a national retail federation event also thinks people will be more likely to eat at home and buy cheaper generic goods as prices continue to rise Consumer prices soared almost 7% last year The fastest 12 month pay since mid 1982 Walmart meanwhile as preparing to create its own cryptocurrency and collection of non fungible tokens the world's largest retailers seeking several new trademarks with a filing showing at intense to make and sell virtual goods such as electronics decor toys sporting goods and personal care products and step into the emerging metaverse Urban beekeeping may be all the buzz but a new study has uncovered some problems Bloomberg's Nancy alliance reports a new study of cities across Switzerland finds the rise in registered beehives grew from 3100 in 2012 to 9300 in 2018 But none of the cities had adequate green space to support the bees Ecologist with the Swiss federal institute for forest snow and landscape research said there were just not enough flowers and other plannings for the pollinators One solution being.

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03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Favorite animal shelters Betty was an avid animal lover She died at her Los Angeles home on New Year's Eve just weeks before her 100th birthday I'm Trey Thomas The first Monday night playoff game ever awaits the final team to make the NFL divisional playoffs as Mike Bauer reports whichever team wins tonight between the rams and the cardinals will travel to Tampa Bay Sunday to take on Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers Meanwhile all the other divisional championship games are already determined Saturday the Cincinnati Bengals will make their way to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans and Saturday night the San Francisco forty-niners will go to the frozen tundra in Green Bay to face Aaron Rodgers and the packers Then Sunday Night the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Buffalo Bills two teams playing like the two best teams in the AFC but only one of them will move on to the conference title game after next week which is a pity There's no trading today on Wall Street with both the stock and bond markets closed for Martin Luther King Jr. day I'm Michael castner And I'm Ann kates from the Bloomberg newsroom More turmoil for Credit Suisse Now the guy who was supposed to fix things has been ousted More from Bloomberg to these Pellegrini In a midnight surprise Antonio horta aaro has been pushed out after just 9 months on the job This is a man who received a British knighthood after reviving Lloyd's bank earlier Now he is out at Credit Suisse after violating COVID quarantine roles being replaced by axel limon as chairman He support member at the bank who oversees Credit Suisse's risk committee but his little known outside Zürich Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Wall Street's biggest banks are expected to hit the corporate bond market after the report quarterly results in an effort to raise money before the Federal Reserve boost borrowing costs higher analysts at JPMorgan Chase predict major financial institutions will borrow a combined 24 to $32 billion after posting their profit reports united and American Airlines are also on the earnings calendar this week along with Netflix which could also impact bond prices Investors searching for clues as to where Bitcoin may be headed they want to take a look at what the options market is signaling The world's largest cryptocurrency appears to have stabilized after falling 40% from its record high clock tower strategists warned that Bitcoin remains as volatile as ever and trading could be choppy and an environment where interest rates could be hiked TCI fund management made 9 and a half $1 billion for its clients last year leaving some of the world's biggest hedge funds The top 20 generated more than $65 billion in 2021 It is a holiday shortened trading week with Wall Street investors resuming action tomorrow And overseas markets the FTSE in London the cac in Paris and the Dax in Germany are all gaining about half a percent The nikkei and Japan closed up 1% Thanks sang in Hong Kong fell 1% while China's CSI 300 rose 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and a Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Anne cates This is Bloomberg This is masters in business with very revolts on Bloomberg radio My special guest this week is Joan solitaire She is Blackstone's global head of.

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I think Putin again smells weakness here He knows if he's ever going to invade Ukraine now is a time Texas Republican Michael McCall made the comment on CNN's State of the Union McCall said talks with Moscow to avoid the invasion of Ukraine need to see more sanctions on the table than rhetoric And there are Martin Luther King Jr. day celebrations across the U.S. today in Georgia the Atlanta Hawks will be unveiling a new MLK wall before their game on Monday night elsewhere the Chicago symmetrical will be hosting its annual MLK day live performance in Los Angeles the MLK march for social justice is taking place I'm mark Mayfield And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom GlaxoSmithKline says that it rejected an offer from Unilever for the drug makers consumer healthcare business that valued the unit at $68 billion Glaxo over the weekend said it received three unsolicited proposals The most recent just before Christmas and that said that they were turned down because they undervalued its consumer healthcare offerings Its board of directors still prefers the planned spin off of the division which includes brands such as sensitive toothpaste and advil playing killers Target's CEO says U.S. consumers are trying to combat inflation by modifying their behavior in a number of ways Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has a story CEO Brian Cornell says first he sees consumers driving less to consolidate their shopping at a fewer trips to adjust for gasoline prices He also says more eating at home and cheaper generic brand goods to try to ease the blow He says these are things that consumers have done in the past and he sees it playing out again this year He says target is coming off record years of demand and is trying to adjust for what's to come and the inflationary cycle ahead In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg radio Federal Reserve officials are heading toward their January meeting with only tentative conviction and inflation will finish the year below 3% One of the biggest challenges for the Central Bank is providing guidance as the pandemic lingers volatile economic data is causing the fed to constantly revise its outlook The housing sector is in focus this week with new figures on housing starts and existing home sales due out in the coming days The in London is gaining 7 tenths of a percent The cac in Paris and the Dax in Germany are up half a percent then they can Japan is up 1% The Hank second Hong Kong fell 1% while China's CSI 300 rose 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I man cates This is Bloomberg.

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"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio Matt malley over at Miller tayback He's going to be stopping by here On the final day of the year just about 20 minutes ago here in the trading day as we count you down to the close This is Bloomberg I'm Anne cates at Bloomberg radio actress Betty White who saucing up for anything char made her a television mainstay for more than 60 years has died She was 99 white starred in The Golden Girls and as Sue and Evans in the very Tyler Moore show by popular demand the Emmy Award winner hosted the Saturday Night Live in 2011 Boulder county sheriff Joe pelley says Friday it says today at least 500 homes were likely destroyed and there were no known deaths in a wind field wildfire outside Denver Thousands of residents were driven by their from their neighborhood by windward wildfires and are still waiting to learn what's left standing after the flames burned homes a hotel and a shopping center Russia says it satisfied with yesterday's phone call between president Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin The White House says Biden reiterated the U.S. and allies are respond decisively if Russia invades Ukraine Greg volleyer at AGS investments says the call may have eased tensions just a little It's unrealistic to think this story has totally subsided but I think that the extreme tension we had over the last few weeks has definitely cooled off Greg volleyer with AGS Russia calls us that the teacher three more rounds of negotiations on European security next month Beset by the fast spreading Obama variant the world ushered in 2022 with a bittersweet cocktail of Sara for the dead and dying fear of more infections and hope for an end to the coronavirus pandemic and many places celebrations were muted or canceled for a second straight year The annual New Year's Eve ball drop in New York City's Times Square will come just as the year prior began when the pandemic clouded an already uncertain future the city says it will limit the number of people Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists I'm Anne Kate This is my birth And JIT things I thought could never happen for me in a punk band What What We are lady parts a new original comedy streaming only on pico It confused mix of hash anthems and sour girl power Vocals ayesha drummer Bismarck bases mumtaz band manager and.

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"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Then my business and you know I mean he's I'll be forever grateful You know to him Bramber Valdez who dominated the Red Sox last time out goes tonight against Charlie Morton who was with the Astros when they won the World Series in 2017 Morton also pitched in the World Series last year with Tampa Bay Meanwhile Associated Press reports in owner lockout is a near certainty in December that would halt all off season moves Seattle Mariners announced that their greatest player ever Ken griffey junior has joined their ownership group griffi called it a dream come true Rangers should have stayed on the road They went four O on the trip came home lost a Calgary at the garden 5 to one next beat Washington one O four to 90 Mother I put forward in New Orleans to win in Seattle 13 to ten The Jets have reacquired veteran TV Joe Flacco from Philadelphia He was needed due to the Zach Wilson knee injury that's going to sideline The Rookie two to four weeks Flacco was with the jets last season John stanch that went Bloomberg sports I think John we're coming up to 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report with Bloomberg and Kate's Luxury apartment sales in Manhattan have had their best week in 8 years The volume of high end sales hit more than 483 and a half $1 million last week 16 of the 50 homes that found buyers were listed for at least $10 million The biggest tally of so called trophy properties since March 2013 New Jersey transit is getting more buses Manufacturer NFI group says New Jersey transit has exercised options for 118 clean diesel commuter coaches Earlier this year NJ transit the third largest public transit agency in the country had also received delivery of 30 commuter coaches and 25 heavy duty transit buses Norwalk Connecticut based factset has hit a record high fact which provides financial data and software is up 30% on Wall Street so far this year That compares to the S&P 500 which is advanced 21% in 2021 With the Bloomberg tri state business report I'm Anne cates Thanks Anne It's 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world I'm Gina server and for WFLA and Orlando I'm talking about hertz big investment in Tesla and the shares of both companies surging On KF 8 the Omaha Kellogg calls on its union at a serial plans to resume negotiations Uncounted Bloomberg Devi digital radio in London we are reporting on Wednesday's budget with the Chancellor expected to lift the public sector pay freeze for millions of workers I'm Steve Potter scan on K and X in Los Angeles We're talking about trendy salad chain sweet green planting a public stock offering And those are some of the stories are.

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"anne cates" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"anne cates" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"Coast on cnn. Please watch the price of freedom and of course will always have lakes in the description of this episode about other places even find it as well but seriously thank thank you both so much rally. You've done so. It was a great week for california with people out there fighting for and winning on the issue of gun violence prevention in san francisco an ordinance passed banning ghost guns in the city. The bill now just needs to be signed by the mayor london breed. This is huge news because a number of ghost guns seized by san francisco law enforcement increased by over get this two thousand seven hundred thirty three percent from two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty and for anyone unfamiliar with ghost guns. There is an untraceable firearms that are often made from ghost. Anne cates that can be bought online at gun shows or a gun store and assembled at home. ghost gun. Kids include all the parts and often the equipment necessary to build these weapons at home including unfinished brains or receivers. Which would be banned under this new legislation. These kids are widely available and can be purchased by anyone including prohibited purchasers domestic abusers and gun traffickers without a background. Check undermining existing gun laws. There are a number of cities in california working to adopt similar ordinances. Like one in san diego exactly. So in san diego. The eliminate non serialized untraceable firearm. Enough ordinance which sign up love that name The enough ordinance was passed now. This prohibits transportation of unfinished frames unfinished receivers in non serialized firearms within the city of san diego in short also banning goes scouts and just like in san francisco. This is huge. Because according to the san diego chief of police dave let about one in four of every gun were recovering right. Now.

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Refunds are shrinking under the new tax law

Steve Dahl

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Refunds are shrinking under the new tax law

"Anne Cates. Most households got tax cuts under the 2017 law. But according to the Wall Street Journal tax cuts and tax refunds are not the same thing the tax cut is the change in what people owed for twenty eighteen compared with what would have been do if congress had done nothing. The refund is what happens when the IRS sends back any extra money people paid during twenty eighteen about two thirds of households are getting tax cuts paying less in twenty eighteen individual income taxes than they would have under the old system. Many but not all will get larger refunds and they typically do an estimate for the tax policy center. Fined sixty five percent of families will get tax cuts averaging just under twenty two hundred dollars. But tax payers won't see that effect. If they compare last year's refund with this year's and experts at Jackson Hewitt tax service are concerned consumers may incorrectly perceive that if they get back less than expected, then they're in a worst economic position, and that could show up in the form of weaker

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Stock indexes log worst Thanksgiving week since 2011—all three fall at least 3.5%

Dave Ramsey

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Stock indexes log worst Thanksgiving week since 2011—all three fall at least 3.5%

"Seventeen points. And that's now in correction territory off more than ten percent from its peak on September twentieth. The NASDAQ fell thirty three points and for the weakest down more than four percent. According to Dow Jones market data. It was the worst thanksgiving week for all three indexes since twenty eleven. I'm Anne Cates. The Golden State Warriors said that Starr, Stephen curry wasn't injured. But after two drivers hit his car on a rain slick freeway today, the California Highway Patrol says curry was driving a black

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Samsung admits fault over sicknesses, deaths of workers

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Samsung admits fault over sicknesses, deaths of workers

"For the illnesses and deaths of some of its employees saying it failed to create a safe working environment at its computer chip and display factories. The announcement by the South Korean technology giant came weeks after the company and a group representing ailing Samsung workers agreed to accept compensation. Terms suggested by a mediator and end a highly publicized standoff that went on for more than a decade. Samsung acknowledged it did not sufficiently manage health threats eleven years after the family of twenty three year old woman refuse to accept a settlement. After she died of leukemia. I'm Anne Cates.

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Anne Cates, Ventura County And Daryl Ashby discussed on Leading the Way with Scott Murray and Angel Carlton

Leading the Way with Scott Murray and Angel Carlton

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Anne Cates, Ventura County And Daryl Ashby discussed on Leading the Way with Scott Murray and Angel Carlton

"Anne Cates. California continues to battle an outbreak of wildfires with the winds comes this concern on the Wolsey fire burning in LA and Ventura County. There's a lot of people didn't have not burn county. Fire chief Daryl Ashby says with the winds embers could be blown back behind the fire lines and within the lines threatening homes and landscape that has up till now been saved or spared. The that we're not concerned about. The devastation is overwhelming home after home from mobile homes to multi million dollar homes doesn't have been level fire knows no economic status or boundaries. These winds are expected to last the next three days. Decreasing the danger in Malibu, I'm Jim Roope. Or at least twenty five people have been killed by the wildfires in the northern part of the state more than one hundred are missing that blaze has charged one hundred nine thousand acres destroyed sixty seven hundred homes and businesses and his twenty-five

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Anne Cates, Assault And Harassment discussed on Into Tomorrow

Into Tomorrow

00:10 sec | 4 years ago

Anne Cates, Assault And Harassment discussed on Into Tomorrow

"Is being reported for the purposes of click bait entertainment, the actor was arrested and charged with assault and harassment. I'm Anne Cates.

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Is lead in your bones fueling high blood pressure?

Dave Ramsey

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

Is lead in your bones fueling high blood pressure?

"I'm Anne Cates. Gum disease has now been linked to higher blood pressure. There's a new study that finds poor oral health makes it harder for people with hypertension to be able to satisfactorily manage their blood pressure. Those with gum disease had average blood pressure readings that were higher than those without gum disease. And importantly, the researchers have found that they were less likely to have their pressure under control, even when they were given medication

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SpaceX, Alvarez and Detroit Tigers discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:10 sec | 4 years ago

SpaceX, Alvarez and Detroit Tigers discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Will announce on Monday who the first private moon traveler is and when the flight will be it's not the same mission SpaceX founder, Elon Musk outlined last year. The original plan called for

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Roe, Wade and Supreme Court discussed on WJR Programming

WJR Programming

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Roe, Wade and Supreme Court discussed on WJR Programming

"President Trump's US supreme court nominee faces his. First confirmation hearing tomorrow Brit Kevin. All has, been going through mock hearings with White House, lawyers hitting him with tough questions eight say including. His views on the road versus Wade nineteen Seventy-three ruling establishing a right to choose abortion cavenaugh will certainly, deflect. Direct, questions about row on CNN state. Of the union judiciary committee member, Senator Lindsey Graham well here's what I hope he'll do if there's a case before him that challenges are Roe v. Wade that he, would listen to both sides. Of, the story apply. Attest to overturn precedent Preston is important but it's not in. Ballot abortion opponents have hoped Cavanaugh will, provide the needed. Vote to overturn Roe while choice advocates are sounding the

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Argentina’s Peso Tumbles as Turbulence in Emerging Markets Spreads

Bloomberg Best

01:24 min | 4 years ago

Argentina’s Peso Tumbles as Turbulence in Emerging Markets Spreads

"A, mixed Friday. For US stocks it was a winning week thin trading as the Trump administration and Canada plan on resuming trade. Talks next week after discussions ended, with no deal as for the market outlook Phil Orlando is chief equity strategist at federated investors in our view the market is a little extended I think. We're in a fundamental vacuum if you will for the next six weeks or so and I think. We are going to see a risk off environment over the course of the next month or so and brench Schutte is chief investment strategist at northwestern mutual wealth management he says NASDAQ has. Remained resilient the. Tech sector is one of those sectors that have perceived to, be based on the potential economic damage of any trade war. That may result and so therefore I believe it is, getting safe haven money developing nations stocks slumped for a third day and India's rupee. Dropped to a. Record as contagion spread from Argentina and Turkey with more here's Bloomberg's John Tucker contagion has kicked in for the. Emerging markets According to. Johns Hopkins University economist Steve, Hanky the more the market currencies collapse there is a increase probability that. What we'll have some blowback in the in the big major markets he. Says the strong dollars but massive pressure on emerging. Market currencies and, that will not change anytime soon. Anki was senior economist with President Reagan's council of economic, advisers at a served as an advisor. To heads of state in various emerging

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U.S. judge rejects Trump directives easing ability to fire federal workers

Do It Yourself Investor Show

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. judge rejects Trump directives easing ability to fire federal workers

"Shot. At one thousand dollars four times Day w. m. a. l. a. Cumulus station Ruling against. Trump orders the. National enquirers change of heart I'm Anne Cates the US district judge has tossed out key provisions today of an effort by President Trump to make it. Easier to terminate federal employees correspondent Jan Johnson the judge ruled. That the president has the authority to, issue executive. Orders relating to federal labor relations including

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Molly Tibbets, Joseph Di Angelo and Cohen discussed on Chip Franklin

Chip Franklin

01:29 min | 4 years ago

Molly Tibbets, Joseph Di Angelo and Cohen discussed on Chip Franklin

"Other news, today a man in the country illegally is the suspect in the murder of university of Iowa. Student Molly Tibbets Twenty-four-year-old Christian Rivera faces a first degree murder charge in the death of the twenty year old who spent time in. Oakland a body believed to be Tibbets was found this morning in an Iowa corn Field district attorneys in California had decided to. Prosecute the alleged Golden State. Killer in Sacramento seventy two year, old Joseph Di Angelo is accused of thirteen, murders thirteen kidnappings during the course of robberies and eighteen rapes in counties in six counties pardon me Ventura County DA Gregg Totten's says having a unified trial in Sacramento was. The best move for the victims and their families we are United. Together and we're going forward with, an unyielding determination to have a. Successful result in this case, included in the charges against the Angelo, are four individual cases of kidnappings. During the course of,

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Trump insists he has "nothing to hide" in Russia probe

KDWN Programming

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Trump insists he has "nothing to hide" in Russia probe

"The Trump administration is reacting to. A top White. House aides cooperation with the Russia pro there's. No reason to believe he provided anything harmful President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy, Giuliani reacts to, news White House counsel Don Mcgann was interviewed. For, as, much as thirty hours by special counsel Robert Muller's, team the New, York Times first reported on them again cooperation the president confirms it though with a tweet quote. Fake piece today implying that because White, House counsel Don Mcgann was giving hours of testimony to the, special counsel he must be John dean type rat but I allowed him in all, others to testify in quote if, anything Mcgann might have provided, insight into the firing of. James Comey, FBI, director one action where it's known Muller's looking at obstruction of Justice accusations against. The president

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Rudy Giuliani says 'truth isn't truth'

Meet the Press

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Rudy Giuliani says 'truth isn't truth'

"Anne Cates President. Trump's attorney says truth isn't truth, Rudy Giuliani told moderator Chuck Todd on NBC's meet the press that, he is. Wary, of the president being interviewed by the special counsel as, part of the. Russia probe I'm not gonna be rushed into having him testify so. That he gets trapped in the Persian and, when you tell me that you. Know he should testify because she's going to tell the, truth should worry well that's so silly because it. Somebody's version of the truth not the truth he didn't have. A conversation with this I go I know it isn't. True true truth the president also tweeted today that he allowed White House lawyer Don Mcgann to cooperate extensively with the, special

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Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word

Dave Ramsey

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word

"President Trump, and former White House aide. Omarosa continue to Spar one presidential tweet even suggesting Mark Burnett apprentice producer, told Mr.. Trump there. Was no outtake of, him using the n. word on the set press secretary Sarah Sanders I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly homeworks is. Hiring was questioned last year since she was considered a in in the Trump apprentice, realm Sanders insists that lingering questions about her integrity led to the chief of staff firing her general Kelly came on and he voiced concerns that this individual didn't have the best interest of the White House and the president in the country at heart Sandras did concur with, a tweet that, President Trump, asked Kelly to try to work their

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Investigators working to recover debris from fatal plane crash

The Internet Advisor

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Investigators working to recover debris from fatal plane crash

"Investigators from multiple. Agencies will be working to recover the wreckage of an empty, plain, stolen from the Seattle Tacoma airport by an airline employee who later died in. A crash authorities say the man was a twenty, nine year old ground service agent for horizon air the sheriff's department described. The man as suicidal witnesses say the plane was flying irrationally and believed it was a military exercise the chase came to a fiery end when the plane nosedived and crashed in a wooded area about twenty, five, miles south of seatac authorities believed the pilot was the only

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Airline employee described as "suicidal" steals plane and crashes

Power Trading Radio

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Airline employee described as "suicidal" steals plane and crashes

"Deadly plane crash Charlottesville anniversary I'm, Anne Cates, and airline employee described as suicidal by thirties has died after stealing an empty plain from. The Seattle Tacoma airport and. Crashing at twenty five miles away correspondent Kyung Lah reports the worker with Alaska horizon air had been thoroughly vetted we did get some of the nuances of. Exactly who this employee was that. He was a three. And a half year employees that, he was, fully, credential he had access to this area it is, secured area he went through the background checks tenure background check and, this sort of criminal background check, takes place and it's renewed every. Two

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California, Officer and Detroit discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

The Richard Eeds Show

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

California, Officer and Detroit discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

"Claim, a huge jackpot the California lottery says last month's five hundred forty three million dollar mega millions jackpot was. Won by eleven members of an office, pool who played on a, whim the Santa Clara county co workers showed up at the California lottery's Hayward office the day, after the. July twenty fourth drawing. The winners say they work in the financial industry range in age from, twenty one to sixty and. Everyone pitched in two. Dollars to buy. The ticket the grand prize is the largest in California lottery history I'm. Anne Cates Detroit police officer has been suspended with pay after a bystander's, video showed him. Punching a possibly, mentally ill woman at least ten times had a hospital. Detroit, police chief, James Craig is, called the video, very disturbing and says a criminal investigation has. Been launched into the officers use of force but he says no one should rush to, judgment because the officer he says he's.

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711 kids in custody haven't been reunited with their parents

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:07 min | 4 years ago

711 kids in custody haven't been reunited with their parents

"Correspondent. Dan, Simon reports that a fast growing wildfire sweeping through parts of northern California has killed. Two people threatens five thousand buildings and his forcing massive vacuum. As it moves into reading the devastation is beginning to set in for people in Redding, California. The apple named car fire which officials say was first sparked by a vehicle, has ravaged the region since Monday and doubled in size and investors have pummeled Twitter today correspondent. And Cates reports shares of. Twitter have. Closed down twenty one percent after, reporting a decline in monthly users Twitter attributed the drop to purging. Millions of accounts and an effort to reduce the amount of abuse. And hate speech on its platform but says a number of people using the site daily is up eleven percent before Friday's losses Twitter had risen eighty percent this year. I'm Anne Cates Senator Mitch McConnell visited an immigration and customs agency office in his home state today looking to pick. Up morale, after the agency has, been under scrutiny McConnell says the. Department of homeland security. Says, it has reunited every immigrant family that it could be thought they were on the. Way to reunify and all these families I'm supporting legislation that. Would try to deal with a court decision that brought about this situation in the first, place A US postal service employees and his half brother pleaded not guilty today in Los Angeles to federal charges stemming. From armed robberies of USPS trucks, that caused nearly a quarter million dollars in losses William Crosbie thirty one the UPS the. USPS employees and Myron Crosby twenty-seven both of Inglewood were named in a four count indictment filed Tuesday the indictment charges both Crosby's with, conspiracy and robbery of United States property in relation to the March first heist William Crosby is. Additionally charged with theft of. Government property. And an additional count of robbery, of United States property if convicted of all charges William Crosby would. Face up to sixty five years in federal prison and Myron Crosby. Would face up to thirty years in prison for the conspiracy count both defendants are ordered to stand trial September eighteenth in downtown Los Angeles and Walt Disney and twenty..

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