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Fry’s Electronics Has Gone Out Of Business, Closing All Stores In Greater Houston

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Fry’s Electronics Has Gone Out Of Business, Closing All Stores In Greater Houston

"Also this afternoon. We're getting perspective. After a longtime electronics retailer announces. It's going out of business. Fries operated three stores in greater houston. The company says a pandemic as one of the reasons. It's closing along with changes. In the retail industry. Barbara stewart is a retail economist at the university of houston product. That is has and has been known for having just that right little piece for project for someone who is maybe building their own computer or expanding their technical abilities now. It's easy to find out online. Stuart says it didn't help. The fries had big stores with extensive inventories and that takes a lot of expensive real

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"barbara stewart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"barbara stewart" Discussed on KTRH

"Yeah. Joe Biden, also in Georgia, but he was playing to a much smaller crowd. By electing John and the Reverend. You'll be sending a powerful message to Congress and to the country. This time for this nation. God's sake to finally come together. The anti election fraud on the president's mind last night, and he had numbers to prove that it was stolen from him. There were more absentee ballots and 2020 than ever before by four, but magically far fewer ballots were rejected. This alone is more than enough to swing the election to us. And you can add Georgia Senator Kelly left. Learn now to the list of the senators who were going to be challenging this certification of electors in Congress tomorrow. Also tomorrow that massive pro trump that mag a rally in D C to support the president and the Americans who voted for him. And this challenge of the election. Texas attorney General Can Paxton tweeted He is going to be among the thousands attending. Of course, today, the GOP focused on Georgia. But tomorrow it is the certification of electors that show down that's gonna happen in Congress. Here's more from Ktrh is Jeff Biggs? Yeah, led by Senator Ted Cruz. Republicans are going to vote to not accept the election results. Members who object you're gonna have to defend this vote. The members who don't object are going to have to defend their vote, especially to the Republican base. So it's a way for the president to in some ways split the party because this is a tough vote to take for a lot of members and as you age political scientist Brandon Rotting house who also told Katie rates that while the intentions were good This will end up being just a show of support for President Trump. I think it will be. I mean, obviously, because the president is still talking about this. It's become front and center for most of the kind of political universe. Ultimately, it won't be successful. But it will be a marker that many Republicans will throw down to say that there were conservative than the others. What that said. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens. Yeah, we we will see, won't we? Sadly, today's runoff in Georgia is going to be setting the table. However, for we don't know what, uh, maybe a GOP takeover in 2022. If Republicans hold the Senate, there's no chance Joe Biden can carry out the left radical agenda, and it would give Republicans a clear platform for winning back the house in two years. Nobody wants to raise their Children in a city that's controlled by antifa, so Republicans have an opportunity to build on that agenda by offering our policies that engage on those critical issues and give people the opportunity that they're looking for. GOP strategist Bled Video says 2020 Victories at the state level also bode well for Republicans in the midterms. Republicans are in the driver's seat when it comes to redistricting, so Republicans will draw district that help protect Republican majorities wherever they can, He says. Republicans must pounce on the minority voters who chose Trump and build on that momentum moving forward Nick Cranky bitch. NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Our news time now is 606. It could be just a day away from new covert restrictions here in Harris County. If hospitals here remain above 15% filled with covert patients, Mary Sylvester Turner says that would mean restaurants will have to roll back to 50% capacity and bars will be shut down. That's the governor's mandate that if it's 15% or more, the hospital's a cove it and if it's for seven consecutive days, and they must roll back Yeah, we've had six days now of above 15% positivity. And I mean hospitalizations, bed space being used. The positivity rate in Houston is 13.9% but flew numbers here and across the country are way down. They've hit record lows this December. Meantime, the FDA has issued a warning about false results from the curative covert tests. That company is more than six testing sites in the Houston area, including the one at minute maid. You get false negatives. Too many false negatives are saying Now if you've already had covert and ever recovered, are you Do you need the vaccine? Doctor Paul Clubman with the Baylor College of Medicine says Yes, you do. That the antibodies you get from recovery only last for so long. We can take some solace in the fact that if you've been naturally infected, it seems to protect you, at least for the time. We've had this disease around. Yeah, he says, if you form those antibodies from having coverted well, and antibodies from the vaccine to they will likely offer longer immunity to the virus. But, you know, they don't know you may need a booster even from the vaccine down the road. As things change. So far federal agents, including the Border Patrol, they've been left out in the cold when it comes to where they stand in line to be vaccinated for covert 19. What is the importance of them? Texas Congressman Henry Quay are a Democrat, says that's a problem. Water security. They're the first ones that will be in contact with people coming in from South America and other places. Yeah, Choir says not fair, either. Vaccinating the Border patrol means that we could open the border to non essential travel again. We could keep them a little bit practice protected. Six the way it is our time. Shopping malls have been on the decline for years, even more because of covert and the online shopping boom, University of Houston retailing and consumers, science expert Dr Barbara Stewart says..

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"barbara stewart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"barbara stewart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Recommend. Keep the tags on. Make sure you have an idea for any in store returns and take your receipts with you to get cash back. But before you start the process, do your research check with the website of the store that you're trying to return with, Whether is a bricks and mortar or an online vendor that the Web sites have instructions, and some of them make it very, very easy to return. Something that just isn't right for you. That's Barbara Stewart, who teaches retailing at the You know. Diversity of Houston 36 year old man from reading who state police says was heavily intoxicated found driving the wrong way on route 93 South. Near exit 40 yesterday morning in Wilmington, State troopers putting down Stop sticks, flattening the tires in the Medford area. The driver with four flat tires just kept driving in to leverage circle and tried to hide in the mass General parking area. The man was eventually apprehended and taken to Tufts Medical Center for a medical evaluation and police in Boston investigating the death of a man in East Boston on Christmas Eve. Officer is responding to a report of a person stabbed in there to await Sumner Street. That man transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The only woman on US death row Will not be put to death as soon as expected. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Keiper CBS News Staying informed is Easy with WBZ Boston's hardest working newsroom earned your trust every day by getting to the truth of every story we cover reporting the news that matters to you always up. Today's always accurate so that when you.

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"barbara stewart" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"barbara stewart" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"barbara stewart" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"barbara stewart" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"We are tracking job losses in this covert economy. It'll be a harbinger of bad things to come later. This morning the payroll processor will release. Its count of layoffs and hiring in April with the official unemployment report for the month due on Friday that could show joblessness at great depression levels. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer has more the monthly. Adp report is based on payrolls in the private sector it comes from actual payroll data. Investors are braced for bad news. The consensus from economists in one poll from Kano Day is that twenty million private sector. Jobs were eliminated last month but the payroll report isn't always a perfect predictor of the full jobs report which comes out this. Friday that measures the overall unemployment rate economists have told us they expect the jobless rate for April to be in the double digits. But that's not a perfect measure either. It counts people over age sixteen. Who aren't working but are looking for a job. If you're temporarily laid off but expect to return to your job the situation many people find themselves in now. You are also counted as unemployed even if you're not job hunting but if you lost your job permanently and have stopped looking for work. You're not counted even though you don't have a job. I'm Nancy Marshall Genzer for marketplace with interest rates so low investors are buying stocks. Anyway the Dow future is up two hundred seven points nine tenths percent this morning the SNP and the Nasdaq futures are up. Similar range crude oil up at twenty five forty two a barrel up three and a half percent. It's been on a three-day upward streak. China is coming off a five-day Spring holiday officially extended a year ago in the hope a longer break might spur tourism but the calculation is already in tourism revenue in China. Down Sixty percent during this Labor holiday marketplace's. Jennifer pack joins us from Shanghai. This morning thanks for connecting. Thanks for having me. People just afraid to travel his virus. Yeah that's part of it but there are still many virus. Prevention measures that deter people from travelling. We'll give us a sense of those in China well before you travel on vacation. You're GONNA have to answer a couple of questions. Will it affect your child's schooling? Some schools for example require students to sell Corentin. If they leave the city like in southwestern China's Quinn city. Another question is it going to affect your work This week there's a government press tour in Shanghai of schools reopening but because I left Shanghai last week on vacation. I'm now disqualified from attending China has also shut. Its borders to outsiders so if I leave now I'm not going to be allowed back into the country even though I have a valid work visa now many burdens for China's tourism and hospitality industries as is the case just about everywhere on earth. Now Yeah it's going to be a struggle. Businesses are held responsible for screening virus carriers. And if an outbreak happens they could get shut down so business. Owners are being extra cautious and right now. There's a narrative in the Chinese press that most of the corona virus cases are imported So even though a lot of those aren't Chinese nationals Returning from abroad in practice. It means foreigners like myself like a business liability so I couldn't book recently. A seat on a budget carrier and some hotels won't take foreigners so one a hotel owner in south western Yunan province told me that he expects his business might return to fifty percent of what it used to be. Only by summertime marketplace's China correspondent Jennifer pack in Shanghai Jennifer hanging there youtube given the pandemic. There's a forecast that half of all department stores located in. Us shopping malls will close by the end of twenty twenty one. If that happens adjacent dominoes will fall. Marketplace's Marielle Sagarra. Reports malls are generally built around anchor. Stores Big box retailers department store brands that occupy multiple floors and tens of thousands of square feet and all the smaller stores in between that sell clothing or jewelry or hot pretzels. They rely on those anchor. Stores to bring in customers. Mark Cohen Directs the Retail Studies Program Columbia Business School. When a anchor goes dark the specialty stores that occupy the concourse leading to the -partment store anchor struggle because the traffic is vastly diminished. Which is why he says. These smaller stores often have clauses in their leases that allow them to pay lower rent if an anchor store shuts down Cohen Paints a grim picture. Of what can happen. Next malls that have been suffering from this phenomenon. Start to invest less in housekeeping insecurity. Parking lots not not as Pristine. The mall becomes less attractive as a destination. He expects a lot of malls to close because of this crisis but department stores have been struggling for years and some malls have found creative replacements for them Barbara Stewart who teaches retailing at the University of Houston. Says that could happen again now. We may see a progression of retail malls to become service centers where Acre stores are replaced with fitness or beauty or restaurants or even met coal of providers that are more on the service side than on the product. Side the problem is these kinds of businesses. Might not be looking to open a new location anytime soon. I'm Maryelle Sarah for marketplace. Also farmers in meatpackers are hurting from the pandemic. But what's happening with people who fish professionally. Three hundred million dollars of corona virus response money was earmarked for the seafood industry but the situation remains bleak. Normally two thirds of Alaskan salmon is exported for processing and consumption New England lobster shellfish have long relied on restaurants and tourism fuel. Now fish are being sold online and shipped directly to consumers and more lobsters are being sold. Right off the duck marketplace's Lucas southern has been talking to some seafood pros from New England to Alaska..

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"barbara stewart" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

Chewing the Fat

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"barbara stewart" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

"Hey folks. Chewing chewing the fat is back for season two. Where the sustainable food programs podcasts? That looks at people. Making change in the complex world of food agriculture schools back in session and that means is our speakers series is to from food writers to help farmers. We've got an incredible lineup for you. This season naturally kicking us off our podcasters themselves. Cynthia Graber Nickel twilly. Really Co hosts of gastropod. gastropod is award winning podcast. That looks at food through the Lens of science in history. The podcast is covered so much. And it's thirteen seasons wasn't the N.. Nikki were on campus and episode of there's tied into everything they saw. Papa's Yell Farm. English pudding recipes old cookbooks. We were even asked to give audio for the latest this piece on Tiki an audience of devoted listeners. Welcome Cynthia Nikki. Later that evening for a live event recording ever been curious about how gastropod episodes are written or or how science and history are balanced in their storytelling. Well listen in Cynthia Nikki chat with English Professor Barbara Stewart celebrated rated gastro pods fifth anniversary. Happy Anniversary thank you. Thank you two hundred podcast here. We're really old. I don't know if we look good for five or good for a hundred. I totally an unlined for one hundred. Can you talk about what you've learned over the years Doing these podcasts. And what have been some of the surprises along the way it was the surprise. How much work it is you? Ah You WANNA go the idiot who had never done any audio journalism before and Cynthia I wanNA start this podcast and I was like well all you need to Co host and forced my way into it. I thought it was a great idea. I did thinking it would be this little side project. It was Super Fun and I was like we'll make something. That's a bit like radio lab but it'll take us about a couple of hours a week and I said Oh yeah okay well. I'm totally down with that. All of that sounds like a great idea. Yeah I love you know. We kept on brainstorming. Do you have any idea how much time this is going to take. I know idea how to do anything. It was ridiculous. Ah You know even the scripting for it's the follow me along. Putting a period every five is used to print journalis- journalism and even as a print journalist my sentences there too long and for radio. I literally did. I would chase after her on the page and put like periods and say that has to be three different different sentences. That is way too long just showing up right myself. We were recording in The summer in I lived lived in New York City at the time under deve with the air conditioning off together under the do they were two two separate separate separate debase but I would just like crawl all out of the room after two hours like soaking wet just now in closets. We've we've moved anyway so I've learned a lot the things is that what you intended or other must have learned some things so I think one of the great things about about making this show is that especially five years long so many of the themes we keep kind of coming back to and looking at them in slightly different ways. The episode is a totally new episode. But then it'll relate to something. We covered last month there last year. And we'll say well you know we're can I give them a sneak preview for next week episode so so we have an episode while I promise not to tell anyone we've in episode coming out next week about Tiki both the cocktails and the history history and the kind of very complicated history about it but also it's fun and you know in this episode. Say Well you know if you listen to our episode about cocktails in such and such and we do a lot of things about microbial science and we can refer back to other stories. We've done and I think I just love seeing how everything thing is new. Each time we get into a new topic. I learned something new so I learn something new every day but I think seeing how it all ends up tying together has been really gratifying. Okay Okay I have to ask this because it's really amazing to me the the breadth of of these podcasts. Where you ever get your ideas? Oh okay I mean so. We get our ideas from every so we got our ideas from listeners. So you're always welcome to read it right in with really good ideas very long list we do and we go back to it sometimes and then we some of them to record themselves We get our ideas. There's a book that's coming out. Maybe it's a great episode on. Its own maybe it sparks an idea for us and we take that we interview that author and we move on to something something else. Maybe we're going to be in new haven okay. Well there's this topic we wanted to do for a long time and you know there's an expert there so we're gonNA grab that while we're in town and then wait on it and do it later Yeah we have a lot of. There's a person We'd always wanted to interview and so we build an episode around them. We're like Oh we can take this angle and sort of craft a story. I mean our most recent episode about crisper. I had been told that story about Crisper in yogurt like before we even start before I even knew each other. I want to know but but but we hadn't. We knew we wanted to do. Do another story to go with it. About how crisper was being used in the future and it was then finding the other story and partnering. So it's the idea is kind of float around and then sometimes it's just something we're curious about and want to Like you Cynthia was sake. I want to do an episode about why we eat. The animals we do and We were both thinking completely different things. I was like oh well we have to talk about domestication when you were thinking more about. I like you were coming from different like so some of the disgusts. Yeah exactly ideas and things like that and so we've put an episode together. Yeah that Bra and the Nice thing is that you know she's like immediately okay domestication and I'm thinking. How do we decide what disgusting and not? And what kind of culturally we're okay. Hey with eating and and then together that really ends up making a really rich up so would we have come to that on our own if we were off doing this. Maybe but it's that much richer more quickly to be kind kind of brainstorming together about these topics so when you do the podcast. Since they're about food what is it like doing something on air her about that has to do with taste and smell how do you how do you do that. We don't yeah. Yeah I mean we try and describe things. We're a lot of it is I mean. We're not such a culinary podcast so I mean yes so people who are really like this is about restaurants and or baking or whatever like I think they have. Maybe You have to focus on that a little bit more but we do taste things in episodes we are. You know you can't eat on air. Without a group of people writing in about how revolting that is and why are we not respecting their music. Phoney and and the the only reply is that we are so sorry but like they are listening to a food. PODCAST we could put a trigger warning and we are But so I think you know we you try and use some sounds you try and use some descriptions When we did our Vegan? She's episode. We we often have people who are not US taste things to try and give a wider array of risk frequently. Don't like it very frequently. It says I feed him really horrible food do also feed him really good food on the show Yeah I mean I. It's an interesting question but also you know how could how does food writing conveyed these things. How these things I mean to me? I'm not the first person to say this but audio is an incredibly visual medium incredibly visual anybody almost anyone who listens as you're listening. There's there are images that are created in your head and there's no reason that those sensory sensory ideas are also created in your head as you're listening Tasting something isn't the only way to kind of experience food. Certainly I would much rather listen to a podcast than watch food TV at find listening to it much trigger. Do you see the your podcast. As some sort of yours is does so much I mean as a as a complement meant to food television. I feel like it's a different world. I mean I I don't really watch great British bake off because you love great British Bake. It's the greatest thing ever obviously Nikki. British watch was watching it before I was One of my best friends from high school was responsible for the famous squirrel. Nuts cuts in season. One for any of you. Who Know The story of the Squirrel testicles? Yes when she says squirrel nuts about the kind of. It's not be trying to. I know I feel like so. They'd be like but I just think I think the food is very either the competitive stuff or the food porn type thing. That's the word I don't. I don't really have another word for it but this very sensual visual I mean my favorite like good example of it as some rats net flex but real. It's gorgeous she's wonderful and she's funny and personable. But we're doing something really different. I mean there's a lot of I watch a lot of use. VPN To watch a lot of Weird Channel Four documentaries of like how all the frozen pizzas consumed in the UK get made and things like that and I feel like that. We're more like those. I really loved me a good piece of documentary. I did I get jealous of what they're able to do. Because seeing you know the pizzas being kind of like how the pepperoni gets kind of fired onto to the pizza and you know and then kind of goes through a thing so any misplaced pepperoni gets sort of scraped off and then there's like there's a whole sorting mechanism so Ones that don't have an adequate coverage of pepperoni get shunted off to the side. I like watching that. I can watch a kit. Cats get covered in chocolate like till the end of time. So I do. I am jealousy. We can't do those kinds of things but but we do. Yeah we do eat. We go to these places we get to see it. We'd get the sounds of it and we create create those pictures for you in your head and hopefully while you're out you know walking Dogar taking the subway or driving somewhere cooking dinner that you also are are imagining yourself in the spaces with us so you create a podcast. What sorts of things are you trying to pay attention to? Because your your your podcast cover everything and end up in these really unusual places that make it fascinating acting like I would. I would never listen to a show about the crisper engineering but yours was really interesting. So how do you do you put the podcast together. You know you've got two people putting ideas together. How does that happen? I mean we both really like the kind kind of things that you would the little snippets that you would go and tell someone about afterwards. That's what we're both John and I feel like we test them Out during our reporting process. I'm always like if if you know me I would. I'll come to your house and and tell you whatever is interesting whether you like it or I'm not And so you know..

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