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"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:11 min | 6 months ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stood out to me. Carol's within transports its ups. It's FedEx. Is she behind? Really seen the big e commerce than some of the railroad shipments is? Yes, we are still buying hordes and hordes of items for our home. We come down here on the bottom again for the retail audience off anywhere from 1 to 2 to 3%, primarily between the chip makers and some of the automakers. What stood out to me here? Chip makers that comment from Deutsche Bank The price action isn't responding to the really good data within the automakers. Carol one of these, of course, Tesla's The China demand concerns that German factory concerns that's really dragging down the individual Auto sector Index. Yeah, that's a big deal, because that's certainly big part of the test. This story. Let's talk about some of the gainers in today's trading session. But Donna your top name in the NASDAQ 100 specifically up about 4.5%. It's up about 80% so far this year, the headline It's going to supply 500 million vaccine doses to the Kovacs effort, so really stepping up When it comes to getting out vaccines globally. Warren Buffett got to talk about Berkshire. We're gonna talk about a little bit later on, but that stock up almost about 2%. Today. We're talking about a red hot economy. Also, it looks like we know who his successor will be Mr able, So we've got some clarity about what comes next from that Also, don't look back Havana. You talk about cars specifically and this remain sending out his analyst calls this morning car Vanna upgraded to buy from neutral over at Bank of America. Sack up about 2%. I mentioned Berkshire that was up about 2% as well and then Presidio. This is not a stock that we talked about. It's a high flyer micro cap biotech, and it's number one in the NASDAQ overall up 155% him in today's session. Well, let's look at some of those recliners and Kelly, you mentioned remain another shadow to remain for sending out that email that he does every morning. He puts him on Twitter to that the big analyst upgrades and downgrades Clorox a downgrade coming from there, It's Clark's down just a percentage point. Roughly. Clorox shares are lower because Wells Fargo's Chris Carey cut the price target to 170 from $240 after those disappointing earnings, Virgin Galactic Holdings sliding more than 9% this, of course, the parent company of Virgin Galactic, falling today for the fourth straight day. This one, though it comes after an essay was published in The New York Times that questioned the company's space tourism plans Twitter Down more than 1% Novavax plunging today more than 17%, a biotech company working on that Cove. It vaccine those results from a late stage U S and Mexico based study that was expected by April. April, Taylor has come and gone Not nice roaming gets to shout outs against you. Let me try to get a shot at with the work on the bond market that was in here every time it is always confident, always a competition that rather than everyone yields, not aunt, we catch a bid on the long intends and thirties down 123 basis points or so, Carol. Some of this, of course. Comes from that week. I assume numbers that we got this morning. And, of course, some comments from Warren Buffett over the weekend. I said this quote to Romain, he says. We're seeing substantial inflation. We're raising prices. Prices are being raised on us. This doesn't feel transitory. And so how much those comments coming from him? Also, you see in the bond markets today. Yeah, I mean, look at inflation numbers. I mean, they're real. You're seeing those price pressures. You saw it in the sort of those second tier numbers coming out of bias him, But I guess the question really becomes here is when do you start to see That really sort of translate into sort of any meaningful movement by J. PAL who seems have dug in his heels and said, Look, we're willing to let this thing run hot as long as we need to. Let's talk a little bit about Warren Buffett because the big news today is that Buffett says that great able is his likely successor at Berkshire. Here's My question, though, guys big question What When it looked like that he and Charlie Longer we're having a lot of fun over the weekend. This is what Warren Buffett has done his whole life and this is what he wants to do. You're not gonna walk away anytime soon. We talked to their captain Belinsky use all things buffet and Berkshire Hathaway and the same thing, she said. You know, this is the face of the company and gray cable. Maybe doesn't have the going personality is much. Maybe some would say. Nothing. Dad. I'm just saying that you know, Warren Buffett likes being the face of his company, Taylor. Well, you want to talk about personality and some of the jobs that were thrown from that, particularly within the world of Robin Hood and then the world of crypto currencies. Really talking about some of the buying frenzy? Some of this speculative behavior I liked, Of course, the comment that Robin Hood as sort of slightly just made like a little bit job back, But then crypto, you guys, I mean, Bitcoin, whether it's speculative bubble or not, whether it's an anti correlation and negative correlation asset romaine or a theory amid 3300 today, Just unbelievable. Is that like anti matter or something, you know? Well, first of all, I mean, we need to. I don't know far Bloomberg radio audience can actually see this, But we have a new set here. By the way. We have new music for our radio audience, too, so they could at least hear that. So I'm all inclusive here. I am curious, So I mean here. I mean way, sort of make all these jokes here. About everything that's been going on with crypto and stuff. But when you talk about how this is overtaking it, there is some legitimacy here, too. How the funds and particularly now some of the financial advisors have started to turn to ether, tether and some of the others as a way to sort of get into Bitcoin. And it does so didn't show you that the intertwining of this actually shows that there may be a little bit more room for this to grow well, all right, and for are those who are listening on Bloomberg Radio, of course, watching on Bloomberg TV and also on YouTube. They did see that chart. What's interesting is Bitcoin. Still a big part right of the digital crypto market at this point remain, but no Unless it's been reducing. And maybe it's just a case of investors to some extent, looking for an opportunity, right? A growth if theory, maybe has a lot more room to run. Essentially, Tim, perhaps I don't know if it's right. I have no idea. I don't think I stopped trying to predict what was happening or even understand what's happening in these markets. Because they seem so unpredictable. I mean, who would have thought that people would become millionaires? And after a fake crypto currency that was created as a joke? Maybe I shouldn't say fake but a Cryptocurrency It was created as a joke based on a shibui new, You know, I'm talking does him Senator I just need to find my darned passwords, guys, and then I wouldn't have to be here. I could retire. Let's push this story forward. We really came off of some of the week. I assume data Romain this morning faculty clothes for slowing because of some of those supply chain issues and what it means going forward. We're getting there Friday jobs, They've remained revisions higher system had a million. Can I just tell you I looked at this number? A few days ago, and I think it was like around 960 was the average estimate of economists now at 9 89 95. Excuse me. You have two estimates here. Better just out liars you have over Jeffries. They're predicting 2.1 million jobs created and you have several folks, a couple folks here predicting 1.5 and 1.4 million jobs created. We're living in the era of large numbers right? Because whether it comes to earnings. The comparisons a year ago were so easy, you know, because everything had stopped, but the same thing with the job market we saw Something jobs. Millions go away, and that's the what What happens if you if we get one million plus jobs created? Can J power really go out there at the next Fed meeting? You say we're staying? Put the 2023. Yes, because there's still five or six million exactly million jobs. Seven million. I think you can and look, I think the headline number is certainly important. But there's a long way for this job's market to go, and especially, we think about how uneven the jobs recovery has been. Professionals like people like who worked at keyboards and can work remotely. They've been fine, but young people you see minority and women workers languishing below their 2019 employment levels. We gotta look closely at these numbers because it has been a case shit recovering. It has been an uneven recovery. She think about the people who maybe don't come back. What does that do to productive productivity for me and just further comments? Carol, of course, that we're looking through inflation and just all eyes here on, perhaps maybe a single mandate, and that is employment. Sounds like we're going to a good week because there's lots to look forward to our that's going to do it for a cross platform coverage on Bloomberg TV Bloomberg Radio also on YouTube, We're gonna be back again tomorrow at the same time, Same place, everyone. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Massar and Bloomberg. Quick takes Tim Stenkovic on Bloomberg Radio a packed week. Yeah, it's gonna be important. We are going to see and I agree. You know, with Romain just talking about. We're going to see Blockbuster numbers and well, people say, Oh, my God, that has got to slow down. You got to put it all into perspective, because there's still millions of people who have to come back. I imagine.

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"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Officials in Louisville, Kentucky, are under pressure to disclose details on the grand jury decision not to bring homicide charges and the police killing of Briana Taylor. Fired Officer Brett Hankinson is facing endangerment charges for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbor. As W. P. K use Karen Boyer reports. Critics also want to know why Hankinson was hired in Louisville despite a questionable tenure at the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police are criminal justice system does not exist to bring justice to black and brown people on any level, And so when people say, just wait Justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned in Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. The U. S Senate held a reaffirmation to the U. S constitution Thursday and remember on both sides of the aisle stated their commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. During inauguration, PAL Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump needs to commit to doing the same. Remind him you are not in North Korea. You are not in Turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. So why don't you just Try for a moment to honor your oath of office. The issue of a peaceful transfer of power of rose after President Trump refused to promise to leave office if he loses reelection. He told reporters Wednesday that he'd wait to see what happens. If results show he lost. New home sales rose last month to their highest level in over a decade. That is NPR's Kris Arnold reports. Economists would like to see even more homes built. The Commerce Department says new Home sales rose about 5% for the month before is low interest rates helped motivate Homebuyers. But in many parts of the country, there aren't that many homes for sale on that tight inventory is pushing up prices. The National Association of Realtors says the median price for an existing home was about $310,000. It's up more than 11% from a year ago, and that could eventually heard sales if prices become unaffordable for too many people, But one obstacle to simply building more Hobbs. The pandemic and wildfires mean delays for building materials and rising costs. Personals reporting. This is NPR news. Brazil has the world's second highest number of registered cove. It 19 deaths after the United States. Yet, as NPR's Phillip Reese reports, it's far right president to seeing his popularity surge few leaders of more dismissive of the Corona virus viable scenario. He rails against lockdowns ignores social distancing and often fails to wear a mask. Medical experts accused him of worsening the pandemic in Brazil, where the official death tolls close to 140,000. Get a new opinion poll by Ebola Pet finds 40% of respondents rate his government as great or good, that's up 11 points from December before the crisis began. His disapproval ratings also down sharply to 41% on this, say this big jump in both scenarios. Popularity is partly due to his government's emergency pandemic payments to the poor. Lip Reeves NPR news re edition and the British government says it may take part in a study. It involves deliberately infecting volunteers who with an experimental corona virus vaccine. To determine if the drug works. Proponents think that approach may produce results faster than typical studies, which great reactions among volunteers who are given an experimental treatment. And those who receive a placebo report in the Financial Times says the UK study is set to begin in January. Wall Street stocks close slightly higher and trading Thursday with the town gaining 52 points. The NASDAQ at 39. U. S futures are higher in pre market trading Stocks across Asia are mixed. I'm.

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"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it from WNYC on Matt Katz filling in for Alison Stewart coming up. We'll speak with Director Daniel Gordon about his new 30 for 30, ESPN documentary Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius, which chronicles the South African Olympic sprinters career and his trial and conviction for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, 2013. Then WNYC culture editor gave Anasco stops by with recommendations for things to do in and around the city this weekend and later, bestselling author Gillian Flynn stops by to talk about her new Siri's for Amazon called Utopia. Starring John Cusack and rain Wilson, about a graphic novel that predicts the end of the world will get all of it. Matt Katz and I'll meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Officials in Louisville, Kentucky, are under pressure to disclose details on the grand jury decision not to bring homicide charges and the police killing of Briana Taylor. Fired Officer Brett Hankinson is facing endangerment charges for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbor. As W. P. K use Karen Boyer reports. Critics also want to know why Hankinson was hired in Louisville despite a questionable tenure at the Lexington police. PRA part Mint. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some race concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police. Our criminal justice system does not exist. To bring justice to black and brown people on any level. And so when people say, just wait, justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned and Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Curren Boyer. The U. S Senate held a reaffirmation to the U. S constitution Thursday and remember on both sides of the aisle stated their commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. During inauguration, PAL Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump needs to commit to doing the same. Remind him you are not in North Korea. You are not in Turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. So why don't you just Try for a moment to honor your oath of office. The issue of a peaceful transfer of power arose after President Trump refused to promise to leave office if he loses reelection. He told reporters Wednesday that he'd wait to see what happens. If results show he lost. New home sales rose last month to their highest level in over a decade. That is NPR's Kris Arnold reports. Economists would like to see even more homes built. The Commerce Department says new Home sales rose about 5% for the month before is low interest rates helped motivate Homebuyers. But in many parts of the country, there aren't that many homes for sale on that tight inventory is pushing up prices. The National Association of Realtors says the median price for an existing home is about $310,000. It's up more than 11% from a year ago, and that could eventually heard sales if prices become unaffordable for too many people, But one obstacle to simply building more homes at the pandemic and wildfires mean delays for building materials and rising costs. Chris Arnold reporting. This is NPR news. Brazil has the world's second highest number of registered cove. It 19 deaths after the United States. Yet, as NPR's Phillip Reese reports, it's far right president to seeing his popularity surge few leaders of more dismissive of the Corona virus than Shyam balsa nado. He rails against lockdowns ignores social distancing and often fails to wear a mask. Medical experts accuse him of worsening the pandemic in Brazil, where the official death tolls close to 140,000. Get a new opinion poll by Ebola Pet finds 40% of respondents rate his government as great or good, that's up 11 points from December before the crisis began. His disapproval ratings also down sharply to 41% on this, say this big jump in both scenarios. Popularity is partly due to his government's emergency pandemic payments to the poor. Reeves. NPR NEWS REDISH NATO. The British government says it may take part in a study That involves deliberately infecting volunteers who with an experimental corona virus vaccine. To determine if the drug works. Proponents think that approach may produce results faster than typical studies, which great reactions among volunteers who are given an experimental treatment. And those who receive a placebo report in the Financial Times says. The UK study is set to begin in January. Wall Street stocks close slightly higher in trading Thursday with the town gaining 52 points, the NASDAQ added 39 U. S futures are higher in pre market trading Stocks across Asia are mixed. I'm Shae Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Hub Spot whose enterprise C R. M platform is designed to help marketing sales and customer service teams generate leads gross sales and innovate the customer experience more at hub spot dot com.

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"april taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Off to university, usually a joyous trying to make friends and to party. But all that's now off with the first week for some students quarantine because of the Corona virus. First the news Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. Officials in Louisville, Kentucky, are under pressure to disclose details on the grand jury decision not to bring homicide charges and the police killing of Briana Taylor. Fired Officer Brett Hankinson is facing endangerment charges for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbor. As W. P. K use Karen Boyer reports. Critics also want to know why Hankinson was hired in Louisville despite a questionable tenure at the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police. Our criminal justice system does not exist. To bring justice to black and brown people on any level. And so when people say, just wait, justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned and Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Curren Boyer. The U. S Senate held a reaffirmation to the U. S constitution Thursday and remember on both sides of the aisle stated their commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. During inauguration, PAL Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump needs to commit to doing the same. Remind him you are not in North Korea. You are not in Turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. So why don't you just Try for a moment to honor your oath of office. The issue of a peaceful transfer of power arose after President Trump refused to promise to leave office if he loses reelection. He told reporters Wednesday that he'd wait to see what happens. The results show he lost. New home sales rose last month to their highest level in over a decade. That is NPR's Kris Arnold reports. Economists would like to see even more homes built. The Commerce Department says new Home sales rose about 5% for the month before is low interest rates helped motivate Homebuyers. But in many parts of the country, there aren't that many homes for sale on that tight inventory is pushing up prices. The National Association of Realtors says the median price for an existing home is about $310,000. That's up more than 11% from a year ago. And that could eventually hurt sales if prices become unaffordable for too many people, But one obstacle to simply building more Hobbs. The pandemic and the wildfires mean delays for building materials and rising costs. Chris Arnold reporting. This is NPR news. Brazil has the world's second highest number of registered cove in 19 deaths after the United States. Yet, as NPR's Phillip Reese reports, it's far right president to seeing his popularity surge few leaders of more dismissive of the Corona virus, then Chez Bouchon, Otto. He rails against lockdowns ignores social distancing and often fails to wear a mask. Medical experts accuse him of worsening the pandemic in Brazil, where the official death tolls close to 140,000. Get a new opinion poll by Ebola Pet finds 40% of respondents rate his government as great or good, that's up 11 points from December before the crisis began. His disapproval ratings also down sharply to 41% on this, say this big jump in both scenarios. Popularity is partly due to his government's emergency pandemic payments to the port. It grieves. NPR news REDISH NATO. The British government says it may take part in a study It involves deliberately infecting volunteers who with an experimental corona virus vaccine. To determine if the drug works. Proponents think that approach may produce results faster than typical studies, which great reactions among volunteers who are given an experimental treatment. And those who receive a placebo report in the Financial Times says. The UK study is set to begin in January. Wall Street stocks close slightly higher and trading Thursday with the towel gaining 52 points, the NASDAQ added 39. U. S futures are higher in pre market trading Stocks across Asia are mixed. I'm Shae Stevens. This.

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"april taylor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on KCRW

"Able to ban new gas powered vehicles in 15 years? Ma'am l. A artist Mark Bradford on his new quarantine paintings. I put all the bright colors and then I cover them up with all this dark paper, and then I saying through to retrieve it. If I have to work for Mark Bradford that's coming up for the next hour. The news is next. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. A wrenching debate is continuing over the decision not to charge three Louisville police officers specifically for their role in the death of Briana Taylor. The case is also prompting criticism of the police department in nearby Lexington, Kentucky. Korean Boy Remember Station W. K U reports the only officer two face any charges at all in the case, Brent Hankinson used to be with the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police. Our criminal justice system does not exist. To bring justice to black and brown people on any level. And so when people say, just wait, justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned and Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Corin Boyer. Meanwhile, a curfew is in place in Louisville tonight, with protesters still marching in the streets there met a heightened police presence. Ahead of the New York Federal Reserve says the Corona virus pandemic has been especially painful for people of color and of whole economic recovery is likely to require substantial investment in health, education, infrastructure and training. York Fed President John Williams saying today while there's no single silver bullet, actually to be taken to look at problems laid.

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"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's the big question in Miranda. July's new movie. Can Gillian Air a story about a family that makes a living, cheating, lying and scamming Miranda will tell you why that movie forced her to confront some questions about family. She wasn't totally willing to face that's coming up in just a minute. A bit later, I sometimes think that years from now people will watch historical period pieces about us like the election of Donald Trump. This moment we're currently living in. But thanks to Billy Ray's new miniseries, we can actually do that now. Get perspective on this era while we're still in it. All that coming up on cue. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. A wrenching debate is continuing over the decision not to charge three Louisville police officer specifically for their role in the death of Briana Taylor. The case is also prompting criticism of the police department in nearby Lexington, Kentucky, Korean Boy of member Station W. E K U reports the only officer two face any charges at all in the case, Brent Hankinson used to be with the Lexington Police Department. Protesters spoke out against the grand jury decision and called for reforms to the Lexington Police Department. Some raise concerns that the department had allowed Hankerson to resign from the force after a checkered tenure. They say firing him would have served as a warning to other departments. But community organizer April Taylor says the tailor decision feels like something bigger than the conduct of the police. Our criminal justice system does not exist. To bring justice to black and brown people on any level. And so when people say, just wait, justice will be served. Where is the justice? Protests are planned and Lexington over the next several days for NPR news. I'm Curren Boyer. Meanwhile, a curfew is in place in Louisville tonight, with protesters still marching in the streets there met a heightened police presence. Ahead of the New York federal reserves as the Corona virus pandemic has been especially painful for people of color and of whole economic recovery is likely to require substantial investment in health, education, infrastructure and training. York Fed President John Williams saying today while there's no single silver bullet steps will need to be taken to look at problems laid.

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"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, were shot last night as protests intensified following a grand jury decision not to charge any officers in the death of Rianna Taylor. I'm Sean Carlson, and this is all things considered WN. We'll get the latest from that city this hour As the mayor of Louisville appeals for peace. I'm asking everyone to reject violence and join me and committing ourselves to the work of reform. Also this hour, we'll hear from California Governor Gavin Newsom about his executive order that bans the sale of new gas and diesel powered cars in the state by 2035. Get those stories and more this hour just after news headlines stated Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Some prominent Republicans are distancing themselves from President Trump's notion he may not commit to a peaceful transfer of power. More from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez, Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee says. If the election goes Joe Biden's way it will be a peaceful transition. We will have a peaceful transfer of power. However, the election here. Other Republicans agreed, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the chambers number two Republican John Thune of South Dakota. Senator Susan Collins, a moderate who is facing a tough re election fight in Maine, says she wasn't clear what Trump meant. But she dismissed the possibility that he could reject the election's results. It's fundamental House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy also expressed confidence there will be a peaceful transfer if Biden wins Claudia decide this. NPR News, the capital, the only Louisville police officer to face any charges at all. After the deadly rated Briana Taylor's home is being charged with Wanton endangerment for allegedly firing indiscriminately into neighboring apartments. Korean boy Remember station W E COU reports Brett Hankinson used to be an officer nearby Lexington and the case is prompting criticism of that city's police department. Red Hankerson resigned from the Lexington Police Department in 2002 after a troubled tenure. The Lexington Herald leader reported in July that Hank Astin's former supervisor, wrote he quote would not recommend him for reemployment. Community organized their April Taylor says. The police Department missed an opportunity to protect the public. And we believe that if the Lexington Police Department had fired Bret Hankins and rather than allowing him to reside that it's possible that the Louisville Metro Police Department may have given more pause, the hiring Lexington Police Department would not comment on Hank Astin's employment for NPR News. I'm current Boyer in Lexington, Kentucky. Security Council debate about covert 19 turned into a diplomatic shouting match today, NPR's Michelle Kalman reports. The U. S. Blames China for the pandemic. The US ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft is blasting her colleagues for what she describes as they focus on political grudges at a U N Security Council meeting on the pandemic, You know shame on each of you. I am astonished and I'm disgusted. By the content of today's discussion. She defends the Trump administration's response to covert 19 and its decision to pull out of the World Health Organization, insisting that China should be held to account China's ambassador accuses Thie US of trying to blame others for its own failings. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS, The State Department, the number of people filing first time jobless claims was up slightly last week and assign the Corona virus pandemic continues to squeeze restaurants, airlines, hotels and a variety of other businesses. On Wall Street. The Dow was up 52 points. This is NPR and this is WNBC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. New York State health inspectors have found safety shortcomings at 77 nursing homes since the beginning of the Koven 19 pandemic. Many of the violations include failures of basic infection control measures like staff not wearing masks or washing their hands and about half a dozen facilities fail the isolate Cove in 19 patients from residents who didn't have the virus. Department of Health says the status find 23 nursing homes for violations since March, 1 Nearly 6700 people have died in nursing homes during the pandemic, but that number does not include patients who died after being transferred to hospitals. City Council speaker Corey Johnson is not running for mayor. W Nice is Bridget Bergen reports He's opting to focus on his current post and his mental health. Well, Johnson has forged a public persona filled with dancing and city boosterism. The council speaker, said he opted out of the 2021 mayor's race because he was battling depression since May. To get help. He says it took support from a mental health professional and his family, especially my mother, who is really going to get emotional, But she's really been night Rock throughout all this. More than anyone else. You know that that has made the world of difference. For now, he says he'll focus on the city's recovery and his own, leaving the door wide open for future bids for higher office. Three Metro North employees built themselves a so called Man Cave under Grand Central Terminal, furnished with the flat screen TV, A beer fridge in a food, Tom. That's according the empties, inspector general. Man. They even built wooden boxes to cover their gear. If someone came in the unauthorized break room poses a fire hazard and is considered a waste of empty. A resource is that's according to the I. G's investigation. The employees are suspended awaiting disciplinary charges since the empty was alerted about the man cave. It's begun mapping all the rooms in Grand Central. That comes as the agency is working to complete East side access an eight track terminal underground there, which is expected to be completed by 2022. Tonight should stay Mostly cloudy low of about 62. It'll be sunny tomorrow. The high reaching about 79 in the afternoon. Showers are possible. Late tomorrow night..

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"april taylor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on KCRW

"With Governor Gavin Newsom. This is where the automobile manufacturers air going. This is where the proverbial puck isn't we want to skate towards it. Last new research on how Cove in 19 affects pregnant women and their babies. In general. I think these findings are reassuring in terms of both the mother and infants. Also Ruth Bader Ginsburg extremely effective strategy for fighting gender discrimination and why enrollment at community colleges is declining. First news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Some prominent Republicans are distancing themselves from President Trump's notion he may not commit to a peaceful transfer of power. More from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez, Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee says. If the election goes Joe Biden's way it will be a peaceful transition. We will have a peaceful transfer of power. However, the election here. Other Republicans agreed, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the chambers number two Republican John Thune of South Dakota. Senator Susan Collins, a moderate who is facing a tough re election fight in Maine, says she wasn't clear what Trump meant. But she dismissed the possibility that he could reject the election's results. It's fundamental House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy also expressed confidence there will be a peaceful transfer if Biden wins Claudia decide this NPR News, the capital, the only Louisville police officer to face any charges at all. After the deadly radio, Briana Taylor's home is being charged with Wanton endangerment for allegedly firing indiscriminately into neighboring apartments. Korean boy Remember station W E COU reports Brett Hankinson used to be an officer nearby Lexington and the case is prompting criticism of that city's police department. Red Hankerson resigned from the Lexington Police Department in 2002 after a troubled tenure. The Lexington Herald leader reported in July that Hank Assassins former supervisor wrote he quote would not recommend him for reemployment. Community organize their April Taylor says. The police Department missed an opportunity to protect the public. And we believe that if elections in police Department had fired Bret Hankins and rather than allowing him to reside that it's possible that the Louisville Metro Police Department may have given more pause, the hiring Lexington Police Department would not comment on Hank Astin's employment for NPR News. I'm current Boyer in Lexington, Kentucky. Security Council debate about covert 19 turned into a diplomatic shouting match today, NPR's Michelle Kalman reports. The U. S. Blames China for the pandemic. The US ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft is blasting her colleagues for what she describes as they focus on political grudges at a U N Security Council meeting on the pandemic, You know shame on each of you. I am astonished and I'm disgusted. By the content of today's discussion. She defends the Trump administration's response to covert 19 and its decision to pull out of the World Health Organization, insisting that China should be held to account China's ambassador accuses Thie US of trying to blame others for its own failings. Michelle Kellman NPR NEWS The State Department, a number of people filing first time jobless claims was up slightly last week and assign the Corona virus pandemic continues to squeeze restaurants, airlines, hotels and a variety of other businesses. On Wall Street. The Dow is up 52 points. This is NPR. And on the Thursday September 24th is his case. He R W On Larry PERL. Here's what's happening at 404. Containment has increased in the battle against the Bobcat fire after burning for more than two weeks over the San Gabriel Mountains and into the Antelope Valley, the more than 113,000 acre fire Now 50% contained Angeles National Forest, National Forest spokesman Andrew Mitchell told ABC seven mother Nature has been cooperating had increased community lower temperatures, decrease winds So discusses a chance really build that containment line. The U. S. Forest Service says firefighters will continue to fortify areas that were strategically burned to improve containment. Officials say at least 27 homes have been destroyed and more than two dozen other buildings. Damaged a man from the San Gabriel Valley accused of intentionally driving his truck into a crowd of black lives matter. Demonstrators this spring has been arrested as KCR W's Terry Glaser reports the man's been charged with conspiring to violate firearms laws. About 150. Protesters were demonstrating in Pasadena on a Sunday afternoon in May. Suddenly a truck accelerated towards the crowd. The demonstrators scrambled to avoid being run over. No one was hurt. One. Police search Benjamin Hyung's truck later that day, they found a loaded semiautomatic, several high capacity magazines, a machete and $3200 in cash. Prosecutors say Hyung got the gun from a friend who bought it form in Oregon and then transported it to California. He also allegedly purchased other guns and tactical equipment from suppliers across the country. The Times reports. Hyung's truck was decorated with flags associated with right wing extremists. At least two separate witnesses reported seeing the vehicle scoping out the area in the day or two leading up to the protest. In this case, your W's Terry Glaser, reporting in the city of Berkeley, is cracking down on impulse buys like chips, gum and drinks at checkout counters. This week, the Berkeley City Council passed a ban on junk food at checkout stands. It's the first of its kind in the nation. Peter San Francisco, reports the bamboo on ly impact stores 2500 Square square feet or larger, But big grocery stores like Safeway or Whole Foods will have to stalk healthy items by the register that have on ly small amounts of added sugar or sodium. The band.

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"april taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This is where the proverbial puck is, and we want to skate towards it. Plus new research on how Cove in 19 affects pregnant women and their babies in general. I think these findings are reassuring in terms of both the mother and infants. Also Ruth Bader Ginsburg extremely effective strategy for fighting gender discrimination and why enrollment at community colleges is declining. First news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Some prominent Republicans are distancing themselves from President Trump's notion he may not commit to a peaceful transfer of power. More from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez, Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee says. If the election goes Joe Biden's way it will be a peaceful transition. We will have a peaceful transfer of power. However, the election here. Other Republicans agreed, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the chambers number two Republican John Thune of South Dakota. Senator Susan Collins, a moderate who is facing a tough re election fight in Maine, says she wasn't clear what Trump meant. But she dismissed the possibility that he could reject the election's results. It's fundamental House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy also expressed confidence there will be a peaceful transfer if Biden wins Claudia decide this NPR News, the capital, the only Louisville police officer to face any charges at all. After the deadly rate of Verona. Taylor's home is being charged with Wanton endangerment for allegedly firing indiscriminately into neighboring apartments. Korean boy Remember station W E COU reports Brett Hankinson used to be an officer nearby Lexington and the case is prompting criticism of that city's police department. Red Hankerson resigned from the Lexington Police Department in 2002 after a troubled tenure. The Lexington Herald leader reported in July that Hank Astin's former supervisor, wrote he quote would not recommend him for reemployment. Community organized their April Taylor says. The police Department missed an opportunity to protect the public. And we believe that if the Lexington Police Department had fired Bret Hankins and rather than allowing him to reside, that it's possible that the Louisville Metro Police Department may have given more pause, the hiring you Lexington Police Department would not comment on Hank Astin's employment for NPR News. I'm current Boyer in Lexington, Kentucky. Security Council debate about covert 19 turned into a diplomatic shouting match today, NPR's Michelle Kalman reports. The U. S. Blames China for the pandemic. The US ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft is blasting her colleagues for what she describes as they focus on political grudges at a U N Security Council meeting on the pandemic, You know shame on each of you. I am astonish and I'm disgusted. By the content of today's discussion. She defends the Trump administration's response to covert 19 and its decision to pull out of the World Health Organization, insisting that China should be held to account China's ambassador accuses Thie US of trying to blame others for its own failings. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS The State Department number of people filing first time jobless claims was up slightly last week and assign the Corona virus pandemic continues to squeeze restaurants, airlines, hotels and a variety of other businesses. Wall Street. The Dow was up 52 points. This is NPR. Authorities in Iowa have issued their first citation to a meat packing plant in that state with a major corona virus outbreak. The fine of $957 is for a minor record keeping violation. Inspection records at the Iowa Premium Beef Plant, and Thomas, Iowa, show 338 of the plants, 850 workers testing positive for the virus back in April. That's 80 more than were previously acknowledged. Brazil has the world's second highest number of registered covert 19 deaths after the U. S. You get is NPR's Phillip Greaves reports his far right president. Seeing his popularity surge few leaders of more dismissive of the Corona virus, then Chez Bouchon, Otto. He rails against lockdowns ignores social distancing and often fails to wear a mask. Medical experts accused him of worsening the pandemic in Brazil, where the official death tolls close to 140,000. Get a new opinion poll by Ebola Pet finds 40% of respondents rate his government as great or good, that's up 11 points from December before the crisis began. His disapproval ratings also down sharply to 41% on this, say this big jump in both scenarios. Popularity is partly due to his government's emergency pandemic payments to the poor. It breathes. NPR NEWS REDISH NATO President Donald Trump's needs. Mary Trump is following up her Tell all book with a lawsuit against the president of two of his siblings. Mary Trump in the suit alleges she was cheated out of tens of.

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"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Slowly through Alabama and then on into so this is going to hit the South East. NPR's heavy Elliot. India continues to be the hardest hit country for new Corona virus infections meet Oppa talk reports. The country's Health Ministry confirms more than 90,000 new cases Over the past day, India went under strict lock down during the early months of the pandemic. But lifted it in June to try to revive the economy. Most offices, restaurants and malls have re opened and public transport has resumed in seven cities. And in the US there are more than 6.6 million cases of Corona virus and more than 196,000 death. That, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, all street trading higher at this hour. The Dow is up 210 points. You're listening to NPR news from the news. I'm Brian what San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says he doesn't believe the city's police department instigated violence during racial justice protests in May. When several officers were accused of excessive use of force Shannon Lin reports in a report released by the San Jose Police Department last Friday. Bodycam footage showed instances of officers shooting rubber bullets tackling and using quote, unacceptable language against protesters. The report looked at law enforcement response during the initial 10 days of protest against police violence in late May. During a city council meeting Tuesday, San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo said that while mistakes have been made here, He's most officers showed restraint, overwhelming majority of the participants. There were in fact peaceful but there is no question that the violence started because individuals in the crowd were doing everything they can debate police into a confrontation. The independent police auditor's office is expected to release its own report at a later date. I'm Shannon Lin Ke Ke T news. San Leandro Police officer Jason Fletcher was taken into custody yesterday He was arraigned on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of Stephen Taylor at a WalMart in April. Taylor was apparently trying to steal a tent and baseball bat from the store when a security guard called 901. That's when a confrontation between the two men took place. Prosecutors say Taylor did not pose an imminent threat to anyone. At the time. Fletcher's attorneys say he is innocent and that he followed state law on using force.

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"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news. Live from Kait VD news. I'm Brian Watt. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says he doesn't believe the city's police department instigated violence during racial justice protests in May, when several officers were accused of excessive use of force Shannon Lin reports in a report released by the San Jose Police Department last Friday, Bodycam footage showed instances of officers shooting rubber bullets tackling and using quote, unacceptable language against protesters. The report looked at launch Horse mint response during the initial 10 days of protest against police violence in late May. During a City council meeting Tuesday, San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo said that while mistakes have been made, he believes most officers showed restraint, overwhelming majority of the participants. There were in fact peaceful, but there is no question that the violence started because individuals in the crowd were doing everything they can debate police into a confrontation. He independent police auditor's office is expected to release its owner. Court at a later date. I'm Shannon Lin kick. Edie News. San Leandro Police officer Jason Fletcher was taken into custody yesterday He was arraigned on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of Stephen Taylor and a WalMart in April. Taylor was apparently trying to steal a tent and baseball bat from the store. When a security guard called 901. That's when a confrontation between the two men took place. Prosecutors say Taylor did not pose an imminent threat to anyone At the time. Fletcher's attorneys say he is innocent.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know Kenneth Walker told his attorney that he believed he was acting in self defense but he did not know that police on the other side of the door I'm prepared to maintain that they knocked and announced their present so based on interviews with police that the Commonwealth attorney who as you mentioned alternately dismissed the charges against Kenneth Walker he played the tape and in these interviews no it cannot Mister Walker is saying that he and Brianna D. heard banging on the door but they didn't know who or what they're yelling out who is it who is it and they're not hearing anything back inside you mentioned he grabs his gun and your door flies open and he fires one shot which he said in the interview that he intended to be a warning shot as you mentioned the charges were dismissed now the concentrating how wine has said that he you know these charges could be brought back this is pending the results of the multiple on going investigations because our district and keeping our district attorney Attorney General is looking and do this as well as the F. B. I. and throw it at the end of these investigations the Commonwealth attorney feels that charges are appropriate detail could be brought back for now they have been dropped in just as a point of reference no knocks have led to this before I've actually found an article back from I think it was twenty fifteen talking about how when no knocks go wrong it's usually the citizens that are the subject of the warrant the search warrant the investigation they pay the price and this is happened before where officers enter without identifying themselves they are shot at by people who are unaware of what's going on and then those people are charged with crimes against officers whether it's murder unfortunately if one of those officers is killed in the line of duty or one of them is injured it's attempted murder just because you know obviously you cannot fire a weapon at a police officer but you don't know it's a police officer what are you supposed to do that's my argument sorry yes I got to get off of my little step back down from my soapbox now so earlier this week I think was earlier this week maybe it was the in the last week of April Taylor's mother actually spoke with I heart radio she spoke to a couple of women from our company and it was a in depth interview and it was really is really disappointing to hear how officers handled of the twenty four hours following Brianna Taylor's death there were allegations that they basically did not inform her mother that she was dead in her apartment they actually sent her mother to a hospital falsely and it took her mother about twelve hours to find out that she was in fact no longer living has the police department responded to any of these allegations can do you can you make heads or tails of kind of what's going on with that and whether they've determined that that was in fact the case so I have been pulled out from our queue what you mentioned in this interview tactics at police may I ask her if Brianna had any enemies but they sent her to the hospital that they they kind of gave her the runaround this is not something finalized at the police department has a drive staying at that point local police are pretty much not answering any questions they are you know declining interviews they're declining to release documents citing citing that it is an ongoing investigation so now I have not heard that address from the police department how long are they gonna be able to get away with that do you think in terms of saying it's an ongoing investigation when I would qualify that as misconduct I could be wrong but I really don't think it's right for a police officer to know that a woman's child is dead and not tell her that I mean can how long do you hide it behind the active investigation label well as far as public records go on the courier journal my newspaper is actually suing the police department yes you go get them go get them press okay please enter a us while the couple weeks ago because we learned that the investigative file from the police department public integrity unit has been turned over to the attorney general's office and therefore our editors in our attorneys argue that because it had left the police department hand and then given to an outside agency that therefore it is a concluded document and can no longer be held under this you know ongoing investigation a clean bill that that is just very early on to believe that the Clinton filed a couple weeks ago but that is certainly the argument that the newspaper is making at that you know it left the police department can't it should be I think because there might be future questions does not mean that document is not complete now yeah you know he using that logic you know win win wanted investigation not be considered on going at that point a Tesla please come back on when you guys act because you will win that I know you will win that case and I want you to come back on and talk to us through what you find out in that document you as a reporter as a journalist you feel like you are kinda getting brushed off by the police department in regards to this case and their handling of it or do you feel like they are being rather forthcoming with you and other members of the media trying to create an open dialogue that well let me try I will say that it is the assertion of our attorneys that is what we are seeing in response to the Taylor case is on a similar way of operating that we've seen with other other high profile cases so you know our attorneys would argue that there is a lack of transparency and Allen PD in that case that could not relate only to this case but is more of a pattern Dan denture with okay that's fine but that's not the I'll take that answer looks up the answer Tessa got one more question for you this is kind of a recent development I think was it happened yesterday and obviously this is a fast developing case anyways so there we're getting new information all the time but there are now all claims of sexual assault being made against one of the officers involved in this case can you speak to anything about that right now absolutely so earlier this week I'll be at the colonel reported that one of the officers involved right he can stand has multiple sexual assault allegations against him that have since gone just absolutely viral on social media and the police department is aware of them they are looking into these allegations are not paying a whole lot other than that but it is also come to light that.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"WLW Theresa Elliot three months ago today officers served a no knock warrants April Taylor's house and shot and murdered her most people would say to this day there is very little resolution in the case except that there's now a new law for Brianna that basically bans no knock warrants now in local maybe not enough one might say like me I would not say that's enough but Hey it's a start can you give us a feel about what's going on with the case now sort through some of the misinformation that's out there because I feel like there is quite a bit with this case talking to Tessa duvall of the courier journal Tessa thanks for joining me so much having a so let's start with the new law that they just pass this week are banning no knocks in the city of Lobel absolutely well Thursday night will metro council unanimously passed a new ordinance that wench and no knock warrant it was signed by the mayor on Friday afternoon and so what this does is just just for the fact that police have to not they have to announce their presence and they also have to wear body cameras at least five minutes before starting to serve the warrant and in five minutes after the conclusion of serving a warrant as well and this is something that activists in will will have very much been pushing for because we received a warrant went and no not required the night that they went to Brianna Taylor's apartment now police officials say that they knock and announce neighbors apartment otherwise that is still a point of contention by but the law is intended to address that like I said it's been a major concern of activists here in the community and I believe our rand Paul's pursuing this nationally is that correct absolutely I believe that came to light on Thursday as well that rand Paul who is from Kentucky had met with Brianna Taylor's mother and it is Beilein bill that would keep that are nationwide if it were to you know to make it through Congress absolutely which is which is good because a lot of these a lot of the swat response this was a swat response but most of the swat teams that are actually sent out to people's homes are to do now no knock warrants for narcotics is like eighty to ninety percent of what they do so it's kind of important that we get a little bit more clarity on what's the correct procedure nationally rather than just say well Hey you know Oklahoma you can do this in Illinois you can do this Kentucky you can do this every needs to be some sort of structure to how we move forward at this well you you bring up a good point in that it can differ from state to state and place to place so for that did not allow no knock it out in court and leave it is and that Oregon or Washington I'm sorry I don't have it off the top of my head but another state and that mark Leff has IBM them through its legislature but beyond that you know it it certainly can't be male so after no knocks went bad in Houston the police chief down there had said that they will be using the rocks and their police department it if that were to make it through Congress and become law that would certainly streamlined something that died currently differ from place to place we're talking to Tess devolved the courier journal Tessa one of the things that's been hard to sort out and help me if you can with this because I do know is confusing the original warrant you know obviously the incident report came out and was a Tuesday or something earlier this week it was basically blank what was the initial warrant for who are they looking for when they went to Brianna Taylor's house and how does that relate to her residence do we know for sure actually absolutely so you're right that had been something that really confusing so there's been a lot of misinformation floating out around this as well saying that no police tracked the wrong apartment which is not the case so there were five search warrants issued for the night that Riana Taylor died related to the narcotics investigation one of them wise for her apartment it did have her name on it but in addition to her name it also had few other gentleman's names on there to markets corner indeed read Walker and they were also named on the other four search warrants so in addition to her apartment police are looking at a home that they believed the stash house and they're also looking at a home the drugs are being sold from and to neighboring properties that may have been used to pass the ball and felt pretty honored it connection to that according to the affidavit and search for it is that we believe that one of the suspects your markets Glover may have been stashing drugs at her house having packages sent there right click on picture hasn't come out and that actually we did not find any suspicious packages being sent to her house so like you said it is it is confusing but there her name was on the warrant but she was not a target of the broader investigation okay Tessa so a I know you can't give an opinion officially but in terms of kind of sorting through all of that down to its most basic terms she basically knew some guys that might have been dealing dope and so they searched her home anyway that's what they were going with they she knew these people so they were going to search for her home just on the assumption that there might have been drugs there because she knew somebody that might be dealing trucks she had previously dated jamarcus Glover a couple of years earlier according to one of her attorneys and they sort of maintained a casual passive friendship is how he described it and yeah through this Russian on the affidavit of support from factors and disagreed with that he may have been have having packages sent there so that is the connection between the alleged connection between her and the broader investigation okay and so when the police actually went through and so knocked down the door to go into brown Taylor's residence they came up against her and then also Kenneth Walker who had a weapon because he thought that the you know the apartment was being broken into because these are plain clothes officers supposedly that did not announce who they were when they broke down the door it was just and you know what I I I I buy that in terms of if I were a person at home and somebody broke down my door I wouldn't assume it was the cops like just you know just in general it's not the assumption you make when you're not up to any necessarily illegal activity you know if you're just like a normal law abiding citizen I get that but a he shot at our officers and they returned fire which is how unfortunately Brianna was killed how were those charges dropped against Kenneth Walker how did that all work out because I know they they he's no longer additionally was charged with attempted murder of an officer but that's not the case anymore those charges were dropped right absolutely and.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For September fifth set and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Warren Buffett is reversing course on his airline's bad again Buffett said Berkshire Hathaway completely exited its stakes in the four major U. S. airlines the sale of shares of delta southwest American Airlines group and United made up most of Berkshire's six and a half billion dollars in equity sales in April during his live streamed annual meeting Buffett said the business has fundamentally changed following the economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic buffets had an on again off again relationship with airline stocks over the years and for now he's off more progress is being made in the fight against the corona virus Roche says it has received emergency authorization from the FDA for its new covert nineteen antibody test whipsawed investors are gearing up for another week on Wall Street stocks saw losses Friday on the back of April which was the best month for the S. and P. five hundred since nineteen eighty seven look at the big picture for companies says Tim Coleman a partner at PJ T. partners it's all about liquidity because these are not companies that are sick from their own operations these are companies that are sick from being affected by the virus Coleman was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak Middle East a big focus for investors in the week ahead will be this Friday's April jobs report and the news could be devastating Bloomberg's Tom Busby has more in March the unemployment rate was just four point four percent just off a fifty year low then the corona virus it and thirty million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits over just the past six weeks now fears a ramping up of the jobless rate could be as high as thirty percent when the labor department releases its monthly jobs data this Friday that would be the worst since the Great Depression nearly a century ago Tom Busby 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 businessweek Bloomberg radio well I'm Carol Massar and adjacent Kelly today we're bringing you some of the most important we hope informative conversations we had on our daily radio show Bloomberg business week all about the corona virus it's in the center of all of our lives it is going to affect how we work how we play everything that we do going forward so a lot of interesting conversations coming up it is the courses conversations happening real time is the news continue to change around us one of the conversations we had Keith bar he's the CEO of the giant hotel company intercontinental hotels group it was another division of PW talks love catching up with him also April Taylor we hadn't talked to her before but we are so excited because she the co executive producer of the big hit show billions premiering season five this weekend but first up we checked in on the virus the medical perspective with one of our go to gas which I went central go later he's the dean of the Boston University School of public health check it out and the endemic co proceeds we are seeing more and more how this exposes fractures in our society the what the clinic first started there were a lot of conversation about how the virus does not discriminate it affects everybody but it didn't take long for us to realize that the buyers does discriminate that yes we are all at risk of the virus but ultimately those who are more at risk adults were marginalized who are poor who are people of color who live alone who are single parents and those who die are those same groups so what we're seeing is a world where groups that are vulnerable do not even have protections from something as widespread as a pandemic like this and and you're hearing this from data emerging from cities all over the country and really from all over the world so I hope that this is a wake up call for us that says even in the context of a pandemic we have created conditions where health hubs and health have not deviate at a time like this and doctor collapse we get here I mean how did it get this bad and and was this something that always existed it feels like it's been exacerbated in the last cut you know call it ten twenty years sh yeah when when you look at the data it has been excessively cold last thirty to forty years okay so what about forty years ago it is important to to to note the American help American help was among the best of the high income world now today we are where squarely do worse with discredited worst health of any of our high income country peers so we have a life expectancy is shorter we have higher disinfection lead hired that's from non from ma non communicable disease and we need about five years of life expectancy on the table compared to other countries so no I I would ask you enough or every anybody listening you know we have chosen we have chosen to leave five years behind in life expectancy now you may be saying well I didn't choose that but we did do you did in hide it because we have we have voted for policies that allow that to happen so it's been about the past thirty to forty years where our held as a country has been getting progressively worse and it has brought us to a place where when something like this happens it reveals that this underlying truth no this truth is with us at all times the virus did not created the virus is just exposing and what specifically the policies and and and maybe the ones that could more easily than others B. were first what what would you point to we we do need to look at this from a top to bottom we talked with the fact that we have a system which ultimately accumulates resources and rewards those resources that starts from our taxation policies all the way to our employment policies all the way to who gets sick leave doesn't from the state of our education from the state of our housing if we really wanted to tackle this would say how do we create a world where everybody has access to high quality education to allow us to change people's life trajectories that everybody has access to stable housing we have a fair economy the sensors such that people who work hard can get jobs that put him on the right track and all of that ultimately would add up to create a much better life trajectories for people that is so true because if you think about it if you get a good education you probably get a good job that also provide you with great benefits are good benefits in terms of health care in our some benefits or some benefits are great but but we know what's what amazes me and Jason knight hosted a quality summit that we did here at Bloomberg and we were talking about you know how this virus is impacting the more vulnerable populations as you said health care the problems have been exacerbated I thought you said forty five to fifty years it's a long time why haven't we been able to figure that out we have some of the best and brightest minds in this nation public sector private sector we know the problems are there they've been there for a long time what's holding us back is a private sector the public sector where's the problem Russian I would point to all of us I think we are holding ourselves back frankly because those of us who are in the richest twenty percent and that makes me that means you have been too self involved and frankly the system serves us well it it did there really is little incentive to push against the system that ultimately serves those who are dominating the cultural business conversation and and that is and that is all of us so we need to say this is a moment in time which has exposed the underlying inequities in which shows us that there is a country of health hubs which is roughly the richest twenty percent in health have nots which is roughly correct eighty percent and say that is not the kind of country we want to live and now we do not want to live the kind of country because that is wrong and secondly because if there is another outbreak like this it threatens us all so we're beginning to see with this outbreak that if some of us are vulnerable all of us are vulnerable and if this is not a wake up call him all the time I don't know what is and that Sandro delay he's the dean of the Boston University School of public health and author a very relevant and I have to say candid and honest voice in all of this I really enjoyed talking to him because he's looking at it obviously from the medical perspective but also from a social perspective in helping us understand some of what this virus is laying bare you enjoyed it I enjoyed it I had a bunch of our listeners emailing me or tweeting at me because they that conversation really resonated with them with interesting you're right chase and he talks to have a corona virus has been really a wake up call about the health plans and health have not in our society it's a much bigger problem than we may have thought.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The news special report corona virus update from the White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett said the fourth corner virus stimulus relief package may not be necessary while Democrats are pushing for Congress to provide more funds to cash strapped states and has its assessment infuriated New York mayor bill de Blasio is this guy serious if we end up without the support we need and we have to lay off firefighters police officers healthcare workers teachers sanitation workers is he saying it's our fault that the corona virus came to our shores to our city that's outrageous and that's inappropriate and anyone who says that bluntly should be fired because it's disrespectful to the first responders and healthcare workers have been the heroes in this crisis and now I have to wonder if their job is going to be there in a few months many states have begun to lift restrictions on businesses while maintaining some social distancing world I've ever made this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio he said the most important and informative conversations we had on our daily radio show all that about the virus and really about the impact what does the future look like and again a reminder there happening in real time a lot of news continuing to evolve around us one of the conversations we're really looking forward to Carol was with April Taylor she's the co executive producer for billions she's worked in the business of television and film in and around New York for a long time she worked on sex and the city back in the day so she understands the business so she really understands not just the excitement around the season premiere we talked about that but also the dramatic impact this virus has had on the production of film and television in New York check it out we have a group of New York producers came together you know many of us have navigated the shut down which was a rather hectic affair and it's Gerry time to live and realizing that hi we're gonna change and you know we're all using terms like the new normal or you know whatever whatever your industry attacking too but we realize they're going to have to be some substantial changes to how we how we make NDTV found product going forward and we're working really closely with the industry with all of our partners in the industry and with the call might have forced to have discussions that are you know guiding us into new solutions those discussions are you know obviously coming from a health and safety standpoint looking at every aspect of our industry and what we do and how we do it those things are unique in New York my name you know are different in LA or in Atlanta or any other region we're focusing our efforts on this area that have had you know I mean it's such an intense outbreak and has this great density issue though you know there's really not gonna be any stone unturned and the kind of conversations are having a ranging from the basic P. P. conversation that every industry is having to you know how to we specially distance while filming after three and people who are obviously vulnerable to not be able to wear PP on on a on a set so we were you know going through all right now well and I do wonder I do wonder to light and cool will there be insurance liability questions that come into this I mean do the dynamics in the economics of the business also turn it changed able because of things like that I think would be foolish to think that any industry would not be having intense conversations with cartoon insurance and risk management and you know how we all look at our our employees and our company the thing is that the insurance in the insurance business and their response on pandemic I don't think any of us have seen really what that's going to yield yet but certainly there are a lot of consideration for people's privacy that are now being you know discuss with bacterial testing protocols that might be implemented and then all of the resulting in a medical disclaimers and and comfort level that we all have to have with sharing our personal information right and that's you know that extends that is so not a production issue that is every company does yeah you're listening to Bloomberg business week excited to get back into our conversation with April Taylor co executive producer of billions that season five debut it is right to head office this coming Sunday may third couldn't be more excited especially as I feel like I've been binging all sorts of things but it's all been leading up to this April I gotta ask you mean this is the show that I was they were both fans of me especially and I was worried when it first came on it was going to feel like a little bit of a Bussmann holiday given what we do for a living and and yet it's a breakaway head I love it so many others do why do you think it is like what is the zeitgeist that it's capturing here I think I'm from the business community you know there's a lot of and the writers are really fabulous job you know hi harvesting some real life stories that kind of speed into into the story line sometimes Anna and I'm in a real way sometimes are a little bit unbalanced and I think that the rabbits had had kind of Tommy gun New York fast talking yes I am the nature of most of the characters in a big extraction firm for many of us in the New York area in particular but I think in general you know they're there the fact that the character's mind all works so fast and that they have these you know Machiavellian brains that kind of you know out fox each other at every turn building to the venture can't story every season is something that is exciting and and that is entertaining what I can say with entertaining for us April no doubt about it is will be like okay that feels like this corporate raider or this hedge fund individual and you know all of us have been covering Jason's been covering it for several decades me too and so it's just great to kind of you know compared to you know reality I got a chance to catch up with Brian Koppelman and David Levien they did a panel here at Bloomberg to talk about the series in the they had some great conversations about some of the real life folks that they talk to an anecdotes how often are you guys you know grabbing something from a headline or reaching out to somebody in the financial community to say okay how would you guys play this how would you do it I think the writers are doing that and then on our on a regular basis and I think that a lot of the color of the show is having that kind of real insight that only people in the industry can grab onto I know is that is that is a real true it is either a truth or heavily rumored yeah so and I think that that's something that they're they're constantly doing and and looking for insight eight hours fighting ten bit so throw in there that they know or wink right already you know already stirring in the column well in April one of the other interesting things and I think just sort of going back to a broader conversation about New York is New York is really a character in the show in many ways and I know that I mean there was I I believe it was the season premiere last season where Chuck is sort of going from place to place to place and it was almost there think treasure hunt through New York City NY at this restaurant in this place in this building it feels like you guys invest pretty heavily in this notion of making this city and its environs sort of a character fair extremely fair and I think that's gonna be you know major appeals as a producer on the show I think it helps healing that we you know get to go to all these great places and that the writers you know and the creators of the show Brian and David are new Yorkers and that there is a real love on the New York Mets that's around all of these people and that helps to find them and and you know color there their world you know the Opry's died of you know check being nearer and the the cool Bobby Axelrod in you know in a different kind of environment they find themselves in and Chuck being part and this sort of you know a lot of the old garden right in the middle of the third degree is just you know the it gives us a lot of opportunity it really showcase New York enough a lot of the reason why you know it and the passionate producer you know I was one of the people that jumped into this you know early effort has started make sure that we are going to revitalize New York film production is is again I have to say right is somebody who's you know lived worked in New York for such a long time it is like such a wonderful postcard and and it reminds me of sex in the city a lot in that you just went to the hot spots the places that everybody was talking about or would be talking about as a result of including them in the show yeah I'm I mean I worked on Texas city for if these and many years ago and I'm quite my background is actually from location I have a a particular passion with respect to this subject but it was the first anything where people would call us and say please come installment are very high end restaurant you know little or no money just because the simplicity became such a big part of that experience and billion is not far behind that I mean we have we really do have a lot of recognition now and people like what it says when we come in and put them on the screen well and I love I I will say this is that I don't want to go too far too far down the rabbit hole here but the music also is unbelievable and it features just a lot of great music and not you know the the obvious music you know Jason Isbell drive by truckers I things like that and I I think a lot of that comes from from couple men especially I do have to ask you to give us a preview of this season what are we gonna see we sort of saw I believe this sort of uneasy alliance at the end of last season between Bobby and shocking my remembering that right I think a very delicate a lot and I think we've the only we see these two powerhouses with that are incredibly smart and have slightly different active and egos you know.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pandemic forces its customers to stay home American Express down three point two percent advance Bloomberg business slash all right Charlie thank you so much you're listening to Bloomberg business week Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly looking forward to our next cast his work Jason in real estate for several decades he really understands the city what keeps it going and back in oh four two thousand four he opened Steiner studios huge seven or sixty thousand square feet on twenty six acres and historic Brooklyn Navy Yard and he really gave New York city's first Hollywood style production support facility so we welcome to have with us Doug Steiner how are you I was trying to set up my co host died but you know I wasn't really paying attention clearly I'm not made for movies and television first of all how are you how's it all going and what does it look like in Brooklyn right now view full day but you know three times yeah about that I mean obviously we talked with them one of the co executive producers of billions April Taylor she's talking about just the shut down and how quickly they had it they had to move and react just the shut down of any kind of production in New York City or in the state tell someone about that and and what that time was like and what you what you guys had to go through well I think it happened pretty suddenly and they had to go into a mode similar to when they're on hiatus between seasons and everybody right now who has a pool side yesterday they're planning how they're gonna produce in light of young going pandemic well there's not really great testing out there and what the protocols are gonna have to be and that's what we've been working on as well are you able to put any sort of any numbers around this in terms of the impacted the local economy or you know the number of people who are infected and you know the size and scope of this business so well how do we start to get our arms around the impact here I think the film television production in the city and state is a multibillion dollar industry that's direct and indirect spending associated with that twenty eighty thousand jobs do the tax credits that the state offers and it's a huge part of new York's economic future so it's really important to get back on its feet as soon as possible and it's it's between tech and media for New York is really where it's going to be and you can see a specially now back office does not have to be in New York City that's been the case for about twenty years the future of New York is a newer industries and not finance insurance and real estate real estate really follower not a leader you come across well that's why I'm so clever talking with you because you've been involved in real estate developing you know for several decades and you understand the cycles whether it was after nine eleven weather is after the financial crisis whether it was at another time you've seen the ups and downs of what's going on tell us a bit about you know your expectations for New York New York as you said it's evolving into other things and it's not just about you know finance and banking I think that there's gonna be a real shake out well luckily we've been keeping our powder dry but there's a lot of people who are thinly capitalized or who have missed the market in terms of other demographic expectations for buyers or renters and it still comes down to location and property and how well to manage the old maxim still hold and the difference between a successful property into an unsuccessful property will really come down to sponsorship and quality and I will clean up and so does does the does the post pandemic world have the in this is obviously unanswerable at this point but now mask I guess predict you know does the post pandemic world make New York City specifically different in terms of who comes here how many people come here the types of folks who look to set up shop either on the commercial side or choose to live here on the residential side well I think in terms of our quality of life I think to be a rebound effect in terms of people wanting some more socialization in human contact and there's nothing better than new York I simply have to go to the internet so I don't think there's any change from the the sea change in people living in the city you know sending out of the city was head and I think in terms of film and TV production there's no there's nothing different here than production in LA we're in Georgia in London additional handicap but being in New York you get all the benefits of New York and it's really got more classes in the other locations are stages are plenty big people can be space to twenty feet apart rather than six feet apart we have fifty acres now on our lot there's just no shortage of space in the cruiser based here and I don't think the crews are going to want to be going far from home at this point I think the everyone's going back to work and these are the best cruise the world so it should be the same as it was it'll take a little longer it'll cost a little more it's going to be true referenced on cigarette out and as you said people are working on the protocols to figure out how to get a touch we're gonna come back to I can talk a bit more because we do also wanna pick your brain a bit more about what's going on in the real estate world Textainer chairman of Steiner NYC chairman of Steiner studios joining us on this Friday from Brooklyn so we'll continue that conversation but it's you know just like we've been talking with the restaurant industry talk with K. crater earlier I mean this is just one of the industry's just completely shut down right and it's going to be they're going to be some new rules when you come back they're going to have to be connected to that conversation with Doug center looking for to that in the meantime let's.

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"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"april taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Every week on the show. If you are not following. I'd like to personally invite you to follow we are up to some sixty three thousand three hundred seventy four think about the crowd sourcing opportunities when you have that within the show, and I love the interaction during the show of well, sometimes it's challenging for me to to to to talk and tweet at the same time. But I love the fact I have my tweet deck in front of me. And you're tweeting Atlanta's McAllister as I'm talking about this very topic. This all stems from a tweet earlier tonight from the beat writer for the San Diego Padres. And I don't wanna make it more than it is simply this beat writer from the athletic who notes the reds Padres. And Indians kind have been a triangle right now, the Padres potential interesting in Corey kluber to flip him to the reds. But at this point the reds knowing who's showing no inclination to trade, Nixon's L. I posed the question during the break on Twitter, if you were going to trade one of the two, which would you be more inclined to trade Taylor Nixon's L Nick is the number one prospect in the organization Taylor tremendous a number two prospect Nick will be twenty four. I think in April Taylor's twenty one. Nick is in triple A ready for the majors tailored your mail has played at just high-a Nick plays. Multiple positions. Taylor is at outfielder yet Taylor can play center field Taylor's got wheels. And he's got pop. They're both very highly thought of just kind of spitballing Johnson things down if you're if you're the Indians in and I have no idea if you could convince the Indians Stephen, and I'm trying to think of both sides if I don't know why I don't want. I don't get the Padres involvement in this because the reds Indian stuff has been going on for months since the off season started. So if you're the red you're wondering could you deal, let's just say for argument's sake. Could you convince the Indians to send you kluber? If you sent them say, send Zell Matt Kemp. And man if I'm the Indians, I'm asking for. Tony santee on. And if I'm the Indians if I'm giving up an stud pitcher, I'm getting a young pitcher. And Tony Santa and is rated as the reds fifth best prospect and their second best pitching prospect behind hundred green. So I'm looking at from the Indian standpoint, they're saying well, you want us to give up kluber. We have for three more years. All right. We want sins Zil and you want us to take on Kemp's seventeen. Eighteen million is still on the books, then we want Tony Santa a young pitcher. The give and take the push in the pool of okay, we'll do that. But you're going to have to do this. Tremendous zell. You know, what the easiest way out of this is spend money and buy a pitcher. You don't have to give up anything, but money, and that means GIO Gonzalez or Wade Wade Miley on a much lesser scale and kluber or it means Dallas kaikal on a similar scale. But still below Corey kluber about the same age. I think Keiko's thirty one. Kluber the better pitcher. And I I don't think that's a debate. But you wouldn't have to give up prospect, and I will say this. And I've said this before. We hear the reds are going to have the highest payroll or the highest payroll. They've ever had you realize the reds get to decide their payroll. There's no restrictions here. The reds were purchased for a quarter of a million dollars. And they're worth a billion. So whatever that number turns out to be if there if in fact their payroll goes to one hundred and thirty and that's the highest in the history of the franchise. Well, great, but they've kept that in their own doing at one hundred and thirty there's nothing that says it couldn't be one forty or one fifty. And if if it means writing that check for somebody like, the Dallas Heikal, and you go up to a one forty or one forty five you don't have to give up a prospect. I will admit great hesitation in suffering as long as we have we collectively in this city watching this team lose ninety games every year, the fruits of the labor of that our sins L and Taylor and hunter green and Jonathan India. Do you then turn around and give up part of the fruits of all that labor? Springfield would go. Brian. You're on seven hundred wwl w I think he's taking the call. Sure. All right. So I think one of the reasons why they might be doing that whole triangle trade is they might be something that the Padres simply just happy they're offered and they don't like the like that. And I think the question between, you know, giving and taking kluber comes down to did the reds wanna win, you know, bring this year March of this year, April or do they want to wait a couple more years than in grind it out? Get a couple more draft picks, and you know, try and maybe I honestly a dynasty teams got.

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