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Bausch Health to Spin Off Eye-Care Business

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Bausch Health to Spin Off Eye-Care Business

"Now. Canada based about health is spinning off its faster growing I care business from its court pharmaceutical operations. The Wall Street Journal reports the transaction could close today, the eye care unit known as Bausch and Lomb. Accounted for nearly half the company's 8.5 $1,000,000 revenue last year about health shares are up

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A Throwback Way to Hire Tech Workers: Apprenticeships

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:45 min | 1 year ago

A Throwback Way to Hire Tech Workers: Apprenticeships

"Every company wants to be a company. One consequence of that tech workers workers are in higher demand than ever and companies are struggling to fill their open positions so some of them are going about things the old fashioned way. They're bringing in apprentices our reporter Adam. Shot is here to explain how they're doing it. Adam thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome okay. Let's start start by zooming out. What exactly is the problem? Here for companies. What are they trying to address? The problem is there are many entry level roles that are going unfilled eld today especially in. It support and programming. And they're not enough college graduates to fill those roles. Also college graduates prefer more skilled jobs. As opposed to entry level jobs that could be in support of a website or other tasks so companies are now turning to high-school graduates and those who hold. GED's to actually fill those roles and they're being trained to actually start working in the company they're given a salary and the training typically lasts about twelve to twenty four months and at the end of the training. They're put into full-time jobs with the full skills they're expected to display. It used to be the companies were only competing with other tech companies for talent but now most companies have attack tech team so they're competing with everyone to get people in the door. Let's talk a little bit about these companies. It doesn't surprise me at all. The Bosh is leading the way here. Germany has has a very well known well established history of apprenticeships. But I do know that TAC was always one of those areas where they still were specifically looking for people who had college alleged degrees so Germany implemented this program and now we're seeing that being replicated in the US that's correct in two thousand. Fourteen Obama called he talked about during a state of union. He pointed out. APPRENTICESHIPS is being more geared towards the traditional jobs that could be vocational and he talked about the importance of apprenticeship in new areas like healthcare and technology. Ever since. Then there's been a lot of focus on starting those apprenticeship issue programs in the US especially in companies that are using a lot more tech and are increasing the hiring of tech workers. You mentioned the way in which these apprenticeships usually are. Set Up twelve to twenty four months programs on the job trainings. What do they do to supplement the education that somebody would have gotten in a college program Graham for example? The idea is to make sure that these people will get the skills that they need and get a salary at the same time. It's what IBM calls a pay as you go education method so they don't take on the debt of college but get the skills necessary to actually do a job so in in one case. IBM trained A nurse to actually take on a job in blockchain and it's only a support job so in this case she was given the skills necessary to support the blockchain technology at IBM one thing. I'm sure people are thinking about. Are these apprentices taking a payout now for less pay later One of the things that we often look at our that people are going back to college to get master's degrees because they they think that is going to get them to the next level of employment. So do they talk at all. About what kind of career pass these apprentices can expect to have if they they don't have that four year college degree a lot of these programs actually especially the one from IBM and the one being implemented by Bausch they're actually certified by the Department of Labor and at the end of the apprenticeship programs the actually get a certificate on the kind of skills that they've obtained so those skills could be moved to a new company in some cases the The apprentice may not want to continue on the job but they can take that certificate from the Department of Labor on that specific specific skill to another job so it becomes an important part of the resume I just pilot programs or are the companies expecting to build them out in some way in New New York City there are about three percent of apprenticeship programs are dedicated to tech and that's not enough According to a particular study I read. So there's not enough focus on technology right now though. The focus growing a lot of the companies still are little hesitant in hiring anyone the one with just a high school degree the still prefer to look for talent with the four year degree. It's a mentality that they have that they're trying to overcome. So some companies are breaking molds and looking at this new talent just because there is a need. It's interesting actually. If you think about the people who who are heads of a lot of these big companies college dropout is something that you read on a lot of their resumes. That is true this in this case case a lot of the apprenticeship programs are geared towards people who cannot afford college at all so with the case of Barclays. They're actually really working with underserved communities or underprivileged communities in the city to actually hire talent so it adds diversity to their workforce as well so this problem actually addresses an issue of those who just cannot afford to go to college or does with associates degree. Who Don't want to go to college? But only join the workforce. Are there any challenges that they're running into as they're implementing these programs here in the US. Yes one one of the challenges the mindset especially with the human resources folks folks the challenge is to especially in engineering companies like Bosch where the talent level is highly skilled for them. The challenge is to convince the engineering engineering heads to. Actually you know. Think differently about hiring people so in this case Bosh is actually hiring. Software programmers to develop technologies for autonomous cars. And these are jobs that are typically geared towards a four year degree holders also. They're running into challenges with employees are technical people who could be mentors because it takes a lot of time to make sure the the apprentices is actually learned during the program and the learning experience is actually fun so these people are busy. They don't have time and they have to take time out of their busy schedules. Israel's to do that and some of them are really excited about this Idea mentoring new talent shot. Thank you so much for joining

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Qualcomm is at the center of 5G. Were still, almost, there.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Qualcomm is at the center of 5G. Were still, almost, there.

"When it comes to rolling out five G.. There are a lot of moving parts at the heart hearts of the stories. It's qualcomm the company makes wireless chips for your phone and develops and licenses other technology in the wireless industry and it's been pushing five Gerard like future of the business hard but there are aspects of the five G. Rollout qualcomm can't control like how long it takes infrastructure to make it into you every neighborhood in the country. The company is also the subject of an F. T. C. investigation over whether it abused its monopoly. Position in four G.. Technology to charge too much for licensing. It actually settled a long-running lawsuit with apple over the same thing. Last April Cristiano Amman is the president of QUALCOMM. And we spoke about all of this at in Las Vegas starting with the promise of five G.. Basically as you bring the computational power of the cloud cloud all of the data that exists in the cloud to any device and one of the things we said in the very beginning of this transition in the five era era will develop side by side with five G.. Just because you're connected to Clo- you have a lot of data you can apply machine learning tool the data five days also technology that I think we've I've been waiting for right. We've been talking about the promise for a long time consumers. Being consumers people are getting impatient. At what point do you think people are getting frustrated. Or they're gonNA. I say this is all hype and no reality. I agree those things. Take time for you to have all of those benefits technology you have to have coverage infrastructure instructor needs to be built. There is no free lunch unless you have covers. You Not GonNa get there. We have a couple of things that would dealing with as an industry. I I if you look at United States one of the number one obstacles when you talk to operators its ability to get new sites up and they are working working with municipalities one at a time China for example have identified one million sites for five G. until the end of two thousand twenty. It also sounds like five day deployment is really important to your long term business success. I mean is there any world I can just hear the open source community city saying like listen you could potentially make some of this available for everybody to build on to accelerate the ecosystem. Well that's what we do if you were an automaker or if you're an industrial company and let's say you're Bausch and you're making manufacturing robots and you want to add five g you have to build. Put An engineering capability of a Samsung or apple. To be able to deal with this and what qualcomm offers is will provide you a license. Essence would provide you a chipset would provide a reference design. We provide your software. You can easily add seller to your robots industrial machine to your car and if you we don't have a model that is horizontal in creates eco-system. You actually prevent all of those other industries to get access to sell it. They have to build a cellular or phone company to be able to do it. And that is why we think five G. we're going to see an expansion of the licensing model not the other the other direction. Yeah this is a little bit of a left turn but we've been doing a lot of coverage on climate and how technology in the tech industry can help us adapt be more. Resilient may maybe maintain emergency communications. How do you see welcomes role in sustainability and resilience and climate conversation overall? Look I I feel I feel. It's a IT'S A. It's an interesting I agree with you. It's I didn't expect that question but The way the way we think about is I at the very basic. We're a company that developed technology for a battery powered device like we don't have the luxury extre- in into technology that we do to assume that we're going to be plugged into wall so we're probably being br building a lot of efficiency. That's no no Secret why we've been so successful in automotive because as an industry like any all of the industry really try to address How they can be more efficient consume laugh? You will consume less electricity and I think as a general. I think that's one of the things that we contribute. The other thing is by making everything connected it. There is a significant increase in productivity. Even when you think I'm trying to provide more of a vision but we always said that that every year that goes by you do more of your work and your phone And I think that's going to change over time with everything connected enact productivity people will be able to Damore to work at home. They won't be able to connect with other people without having to be there and I think there's a lot of in direct benefits of basically providing technology that allow everything to be connected. I do as long as we're in our awkward questions phase WanNa talk about licensing Because parts of that business model of come under scrutiny qualcomm Ben in a long legal battle with the Federal Federal Trade Commission over whether some of those this licensing agreements have reached monopoly status. Do Plan to approach five licensing any differently in light of those disputes. Look there's so much I can tell you about. You know the dispute. I think other than the public statements were made. Were very pleased and was the right decision. You know for us to be granted at stay and I. I think we're waiting for the appeal. But we can tell you is we. We actually have a very vibrant Licensed business more though. That equi enables competition competition. We're very pleased that we have many companies that sign a five t license with qualcomm independent of the dispute in even post the ruling and That validation that you know we have a competitive business model and actually won the provides growth in competition industry. All right last question because you first joined qualcomm. Welcome in Nineteen Ninety five when the company was just ten years old. And you've left income back since then but I just. I wonder what that journey has been like in this entire ecosystem system. It's an. It's an incredible company. Actually I was fortunate enough to join before the first. CDMA network was able to see. Every single transition of wireless ARLEDGE LENDS EIGHTY FIVE THIRTY ONE G two G to three G. to four G. Five G. so I've been to all of those it's really fascinating to see how seller changed the society. It's one of those few opportunities dead and I think all of our employees feel that you can work on something that you actually no that changed the society and It's also interesting to see that we. We may bet that everybody. In each one of those bats knowing exception told us that's That's not gonNA work or there's no need for this and And we'll we'll be able to see as we state with their vision to transformation and I don't WanNa go back all the way to CMA. But I'll tell you an example when when when we first talk about four g you know it was fascinating to see. All of the analysts on their blackberrys sending emails to each other saying a WHO needs a hundred megabits per phone. Nobody needs it. I have living I need to have my email I have all of the. DSM is good enough for email and blackberrys now and Ns US and now we see people say hi. Paul needs to be connected with the cloud and you know multiple gigabits of Speed Woolsey. Cristiano Amman is the president of QUALCOMM. 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Moscow's Depo Market: Russia's Top Culinary Destination

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Moscow's Depo Market: Russia's Top Culinary Destination

"Palo Alto Welcome to food neighborhoods monocle twenty four. I am Marcus hip. Older cities have areas the local love for their food and drink offerings. And in this series we get to know these places these week we head to the DEP. Oh Marcus in most. Go avast converted trim factory that makes a claim to be the biggest food hall on the continents are guys is more cools feo. Matt's variety in color possibly aren't words you associate with Russian cuisine. Not unless varieties of soup. The color of beat it certainly true that until recently there wasn't so much variety on the Moscow restaurant scene I I was hearing the T- thousands writing about food and drink for local paper and restaurants starting to diverse by then but for the most part you're looking at very high end. European food lead lower end Russian food on the big craze at the time which was Sushi. Well that's changed and you can see the change for yourself at a huge each market and food court just to the north central Moscow. The owners say it's the largest space of its kind in Europe. The markets housed in a converted. Tram de pay okay from the turn of the last century and spread over eleven thousand square meters about the size of a Manhattan City block the renovated building tape last year. And based seventy five restaurants and one hundred and forty stalls serving food from around the world. Anything from Bausch and pell may need to Fogo peaking doc natural lines barbecued meats. Traffic Crap Haggas and the club. It's still the New Year holidays in Russia and many Muscovites are out of town but Debo or they're pau as it's called here is buzzing outside. It's grim it's been a frequent winter here so there isn't even the usual thick layer of snow on the ground to brightens things up but in this red brick building. It's all glitter Christmas decorations and neon lights. It's mid afternoon and I'm today's visit a number twelve thousand Indi- seventy-three according to take on the markets website pushing through the mylene crowds and looking for a space at the table scattered around the market. I can believe that once your security which here is a metal detector in a couple of students faced God's staple of any public space in Moscow. You hit the local produce stalls fruits and vegetables not since spices. Caviar smoked fish and Russian cheeses. Don't be fooled by names. Names like Rockville Brio common. These are all produced locally and there's a political reason for that. Western dairy products have been under embargo in Russia since two thousand fourteen as part of the ongoing fallout from the Ukraine crisis. And this is given the country's cheesemakers a real boost. Not just to create imitations of French and Italian cheeses aces. They hear that. Pretty good imitations but also to develop more of their own. Actually there's a political element to the whole concept of deputy. When Muscovites came out to protest President Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin in twenty twelve? After four years as prime minister. The authorities didn't respond to their demands. They did attempt to appease the middle classes by making Moscow an easier place to live with better transport and better public spaces. Perhaps people would be less set on regime gene change and this food is very much a part of that. Now the the stores are arranged in tramlines as a not. The BUILDINGS HISTORY LINE AFER Georgian Moroccan dim sum and more lime beef Vietnamese Greek and a British pie shop admittedly doesn't seem to be doing very much trade see for a bar pass pizzas defeat desserts and health feed. If you're visiting you'll probably want to try something thing from Russia or other post-soviet cuisines you won't be able to find so easily elsewhere. So maybe try the mysteriously titled Back Man Whose Beck's which does a good Plov committee rice dish from Central Asia and Monte. Thick Greasy dumplings. Were just next door. There's back your corner offering skewers of meat as a by John Style and on a decent local wine list. If you're after Russian Russian head to the Tiger Gastro pub for Venison Pattaya and Salami which for seven hundred hundred and fifty rubles each. That's around nine pounds. Where you can try destroyed by Bruschi facilit- Russian classics cabbage seep minced? Hiring Full Schmidt meat cutlets cutlets in pies before heading back out into the slush. There are plenty of options to something sweet whether it's Russian delicacies. Like metabolic honey cake or Punky keke the local equivalent of dates or even Vegan and gluten. Free tards it's allowed bustling place and little Gordie for some people's tastes but if it's variety Brian Kelly or after in Moscow. DEMPO is a good place to start for Monaco in Moscow on

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"bausch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"bausch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"bausch" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"bausch" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Let's come less of a safe haven and that's not the only complicating factor yesterday one of my favorites basketball since the change of management house health companies the drug business form known as valiant reporter mixed core. They posted a small recent earnings beat miss of one dollars six basis. That's verse spoil miss but we're going to talk about that. Southern expected sales up one percent your of your that's more important. Well wasn't perfect quarter. It was pretty solid their biggest division bossom international so four percents organic growth. That's sensational did take a serious hit from the strong dollar. More importantly management raised full year forecast. Nobody seemed to care. This actually got hit. What was otherwise if the mortgage now see you joe papa's engineer terrific term at bash but lately this talks momentum has stalled what will get this thing back in action. Let's take a close look with joe papa. He's the chairman ceo. Balch health companies find out more about the quarterback companies headed bishop. Welcome back to make money good to see who you know. I was confused. I read it in a vacuum. I like to read the headlines and evacuate can read stories and then i will start by to be swayed by. I thought your stock would be up. Maybe a percent maybe two percent because she six straight quarter ganic growth much better than most of the pharmaceutical industry pay down debt. Tell me what i'm missing well. I don't think you're missing. You got exactly what was happening there. We label two thousand and one thousand nine hundred as the pivot offense right indeed. That's exactly what we've done. We've had now six consecutive quarters of organic growth. This quarter is up three percent and important as you mentioned our biggest segments in the company are the same business the bausch and lomb business those two together the other represents approximately eighty percent sales now so they're by far the majority and they were up about six percent so clearly talking in the right direction. These are not new products august so the the packaging's new and i think that we used to say that it was the mercedes brands and do whatever valiant did. It didn't hurt these now. They're bausch and lomb has got a great reputation. Now there are true. Bio tree's done really really well leading product now in the area for the multipurpose solution. The contact lenses our contact lenses. We had a situation the united states where we are up for eleven consecutive quarters in terms of growth and the are bausch and lomb business is up about about thirteen percent in the united states market was only eight percent so we're significantly outgrowing the market taking share and that's why we're excited about what's good scoring on tomboy about these subscription products where they're sent right to your house daily the daily. Were you know we think that that's something that we have to keep an eye. In terms of the economists ecommerce player absolutely we're looking at it and we're looking at what's best for our programs are typically but we think it fundamentally come down to if if you have a good product with good optics comfort for the patient we're going to do well with our patients and that's what's happened and that's why we had eleven consecutive quarters of growth there well also in terms of your pitch that i've noticed the bump up in arms spending of course new products. You've bought one. I think that your are working. It is and it's you know when i when i joined three years ago jim. I said there's three three things i have to do number one. I've got to reduce debt. We've reduced by eight billion dollars number two. I said i'm going to invest in research and development and last quarter we were up about twenty four percent and research and development for the previous year so clearly we're doing that and the third thing i said we have to do is launch. New products over the last eighteen months. We've launched. Were the nine nine key products so it's clearly going right direction. I am really pleased. This is our do aubrey product..

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"bausch" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Have contact lenses. We have surgical products that we sell so very diversified company. Of course, we have prescription, but a large part of in consumer products. But a large part of it is not being regulated by US branded pricing. It gives people we think very important place to look at healthcare. Here but not be concerned about the US branded prescription prices because that's what everybody it's top of mind. Now, this was obviously the pivot to offense quarter, but during the conference call there were people who openly asked about whether it's time to break up the company and your CFO didn't discourage it what was that. Well, we think first and foremost most important thing, we're doing is growing our Bausch on business. I don't know if I want you to break, we're growing at eight percent this quarter, Jim ver- strongest growth in Bausch and Lomb since the acquisition two thousand thirteen we think that's the most pivotal thing. We can do to really turn around this company. And that's really the place. We're going to focus on but long-term we're all about driving long term shareholder value for our company. So we're going to look at all things. But clearly, we think the most important thing right now drive the Bausch and Lomb performance. When I look at your news headlines is always things brand new approvals. And then a little pay down the fed each time, you're still just chipping away at that debt. Aren't you? Absolutely. We generate free cash flow ballpark. Over one point two billion dollars that we think we can put towards the pay down of indoor acquisitions we completed a good acquisition or gastrointestinal. What's the bankruptcy? You picked off. That was great. It's a perfect strategic fit force it fits, so. Well, we think we have a best in class product with terms of the labeling teaming up with ours. I fax and with truly it's we think is really great opportunity and just in the first thirty days we've owned it. We've already increase our calls on doctors about true, Lance our new products. So that was good thirty percent increase their we've already added some additional potential patients on as we've gone out to regional plans through market access. We added two point four million patients already. So we're excited. We think it's going to be a great opportunity for us. Well, last question for a lot of your products. I'm actually tired of going to the drugstore. Can I get all these Amazon? How do I do it? Well, they're available through obviously all the large retailers are also available on Amazon or through ecommerce with any of the large retailers e commerce. We say that because this is. Is the most run out of a product. I have ever seen. We'll drugstore. I don't know how it's possible. Everyone's always running out of this is it's just word of mouth. What goes on it? It is word of mouth, and it just a great product is already today as we sit here one year in versus the number one recommended product by optometrists and ophthalmologists opthamologist for the treatment of relations because that's one year when it is wiping out. There's is there's a whole I'll it it's wipe you out. It's really incredible. I want to just commend you for what you've done, and we don't even talk about the laws city where they're not even significant. Joe I wanna thank Joe Papa the chairman and CEO bows health companies. This is such a different company and three years ago, gradually detail. Thank you, stay, okay. Like hell we concludes tomorrow we at the tariff news, and we got the Uber deal. I think that rubers inexpensive stock. So if you've got someone the deal, I am blessing whipping it selling the stock. I do not want people to get complacent here about that. As far as the tariffs the beautiful letter. The craziness of it's anybody's guess. But I've gotta tell you. I said the other day by Tuesday. It'll be a sunshiny day like say this summer..

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Mojio The Leading Open Platform for Connected Cars

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

23:16 min | 2 years ago

Mojio The Leading Open Platform for Connected Cars

"Introduce introduce you you tonight tonight to to a a serial serial entrepreneur entrepreneur that's that's changing changing the the way, way, we we think think about about leadership. leadership. Kenny Kenny Hoke Hoke is is a a Detroit Detroit native native who who grew grew up up with with roots roots in in the the automotive automotive industry. industry. And And he's. he's. He He started started his his career career on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor at at General General Motors Motors book, book, he he soon soon found found himself himself leaving leaving Detroit Detroit for for new new opportunities opportunities overseas, overseas, and and in in Silicon Silicon Valley Valley now now Kenny Kenny is is the the CEO CEO of of Campbell Campbell waste, Mojo a leading software as a service platform for connected cars and carry a branded IOT services in a nutshell. Mojo is also KENNY'S six outing a CEO, including his passion for using technology, but to solve real world problems and undoing a little research of also discovered that Kenny was a semi pro skateboarder as a teenager, and he may or may not still be able to do a handstand world writing. And yes, art promise, you are will go to research, it guess stiffler is pure gold to me so book, a look and hold until I as I beam you'll is all the way to California. So we can speak with Kenny Hoke from Mojo. Massif warm. Welcome to the show Kenny how the New Year's resolutions going. Oh, you still holding firm after the holiday. He's under other any plans to resurrect your semi pro pro skating skating in in career. career. Maybe Maybe prove prove you you can can still still do do a a handstand handstand world world rolling rolling for for asking. asking. You You know, know, we we live live the the very very focused focused light. light. So So we're we're going going to to stick stick to to our our plans. plans. No No there there is is no no new new resolutions resolutions for for twenty twenty nineteen nineteen other other than than make make sure sure we we stay stay focused focused and and for for skateboarding. skateboarding. And And past past the the past past the the point point of of being being a a pro pro skateboarder, skateboarder, but but I I still still try try to to do do a a hand hand stand stand on on the the skateboard skateboard at at least least once once a a year year to to make make sure sure I I could could still still do do it. it. And And I'll I'll probably probably do do that that with with my my team. team. So So looking looking forward forward to to a a great great CDS CDS this this year year lab lab test test eight eight Lacerda Lacerda sight sight to to see see the the when when I I was was researching researching you you I'll I'll let let you you a a Detroit Detroit native native who who grew grew up up with with roots roots in in the the automotive automotive industry. industry. And And I I believe believe you you started started your your career career working working on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor at at General General Motors. Motors. But But soon soon found found yourself yourself leading leading Detroit Detroit for for new new opportunities opportunities overseas overseas and and in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. So So can can you you expand expand on on that? that? Tell Tell me me about about the the transition transition from from the the manufacturing manufacturing for for for for new new opportunities opportunities older older season season in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. So So I I worked worked at at General General Motors Motors between between junior junior and and senior senior year year of of college college to to make make some some money money for for college college snow snow university university in in the the US US is is quite quite expensive. expensive. And And I I was was supposed supposed to to be be programming. programming. Robots Robots at at General General Motors. Motors. Will Will it it turned turned out out the the robots robots were were delayed delayed from from Japan? Japan? And And so so the the plant plant manager. manager. L L Harris Harris came came out out to to us us twenty twenty eight eight college college students students who who are are supposed supposed to to be be doing doing programming programming and and said said men, men, I've I've got got good good news news and and bad bad news news bad bad news, news, robots robots won't won't be be here here for for another another nine nine months. months. Good Good news news is is you you can can work work on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor as as production production supervisor. supervisor. And And learn learn manufacturing manufacturing is is all all about, about, and and we we we we were were like like deer deer in in the the headlights. headlights. I I really really needed needed the the job job slide slide state state about about half half the the people people left left and and took took their their backup backup jobs, jobs, and and I I had had to to manage manage you you cranky cranky twenty twenty to to thirty thirty year year veterans veterans of of the the United United Auto Auto Workers Workers union. union. And And as as there there is is a a nineteen nineteen year year old old with with you you knowing knowing very very little little about about management, management, and and I I tell tell you you they they just just rip rip me me apart apart for for the the first first few few weeks weeks until until I I finally finally earned earned the the respect respect in in delta delta relationship relationship with with them. them. But But it it was was probably probably one one of of the the toughest toughest things things I I ever ever did did was was managing, managing, you you know, know, people people older older than than me me different different races races different different backgrounds, backgrounds, and and it it really really took took a a lot lot of of humble humble pie pie to to be be able able to to do do that that job. job. But But I I still still love love technology technology and. and. For For me me getting getting out out to to Silicon Silicon Valley Valley was was goal goal at at least least getting getting out out to to the the west west coast. coast. And And I I took took a a job job with with a a startup startup chip chip company company as as a a chip chip designer designer and and moved moved out out to to southern southern California. California. And And that's that's how how I I started started my my technology technology career. career. Incredible Incredible journey journey you you all all to to the the CEO CEO of of Campbell Campbell based based company company called called Mojo, Mojo, which which is is a a leading leading SAS SAS platform platform for for connected connected cars cars and and carry carry a a brand brand new new IOT IOT services. services. But But Mojo Mojo is is also also you'll you'll six six outing outing the the CEO CEO I've I've got got to to ask ask where where did did your your passion passion for for using using technology technology to to solve solve real real world world problems? problems? Where Where did did that that come come from? from? It's It's interesting. interesting. I I was was looking looking back back and and turn turn it it throughout throughout your your we're we're we're we're the the roots. roots. My My dad dad was was electric. electric. So So he he always always had had switches switches and and light light bulbs bulbs and and circuits circuits we we built built radio radio shack shack electronics electronics kits kits together. together. He He actually actually built built a a TV TV from from a a heath heath kit kit project. project. Can't Can't we we actually actually take take all all the the components components and and build build your your own own TV TV in in so so tinkering tinkering with with electron electron at at early early age age really really helped helped with with that. that. And And I I look look back back and and now now that that radio radio seconds seconds defunct defunct and and all all the the stores stores are are shut shut down. down. You You know, know, I'm I'm hoping hoping somebody somebody resurrects resurrects those those kits kits because because as as a a young young kid kid playing playing with with those those cats, cats, you you know, know, really? really? Really Really taught taught you you the the basics basics of of how how hell hell electrcity electrcity flows. flows. Have Have switches switches work work relays, relays, transistors, transistors, building building your your first first transistor transistor radio radio component component by by component. component. Those Those are are things things that that kids. kids. Now, Now, just just take take for for granted granted everything everything just just works. works. Are Are you you don't don't need need to to know know how how it it works? works? I I think think understanding understanding understanding understanding how how things things work work is is a a key key part part of of building building out out love love and and curiosity curiosity around around technology technology for for people people hearing hearing about about Mojo Mojo for for the the very very first first time. time. Could Could you you just just set set the the scene scene ill ill failed? failed? Exactly Exactly what what as as the the real real world world problems problems that that you you solve solve what what makes makes stop stop out out of of solutions solutions outlet. outlet. Sure. Sure. So So some some OJ OJ we're we're in in Vancouver Vancouver based based company company with with offices offices in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. Also Also Sofia Sofia Bulgaria, Bulgaria, we're we're quite quite global. global. We We build build a a cloud cloud platform platform for for IOT IOT starting starting with with the the connected connected car. car. And And what what that that means means is is we we for for just just ten ten dollars dollars or or ten ten year year olds olds per per month month of of mobile mobile operator operator provides provides a a device device that that the. the. Sumer Sumer plugs plugs into into the the vehicle vehicle into into their their on-board on-board diagnostic diagnostic court, court, which which every every car car since since nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven has has in in by by plugging plugging that that device device in in you. you. Light Light up up for for G. G. Lt Lt me me WI WI wifi wifi in in the the car car see see of of high-speed high-speed wifi wifi in in the the car car that that works works anytime. anytime. The The car car is is on on you you also also decode decode all all the the secret secret information information hiding hiding behind behind that that on-board-diagnostics on-board-diagnostics port, port, for for example, trouble codes when you check engine light goes on. And you have no idea what the problem is. We'll tell you not only the severity of the problem. But what the problem is the likely cost of repair. So when you go into a mechanic shop you as a consumer have much more power than just driving in and saying, please help I have no idea. What's wrong with my vehicle? Now, you can drive in and say this catalytic converters failing it should cost about six hundred pounds. Can you do it for six hundred pounds or less? So So just just those those two two features features not not only only give give the the customer customer more more convenience. convenience. But But also also save save them them time time say say that that money. money. It It also also lets lets you you know, know, if if your your car car has has been been tampered tampered with with has has been been bumped bumped toters toters being being stolen, stolen, and and you you know, know, that that your your loved loved one. one. Ones. Ones. Are Are also also getting getting into into a a safe safe vehicle vehicle for for me me I've I've got got teen teen daughters. daughters. So So knowing knowing that that they're they're driving driving safely safely knowing knowing where where they they are. are. And And the the cars cars are are safe safe is is also also great great peace peace of of mind mind for for me me as as a a parent parent and and with with that that we've we've gone gone from from zero zero to to eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand connected connected car car last last eighteen eighteen months, months, and and we'll we'll put put you you off off Moderato. Moderato. If If you you let let you you close close twenty twenty eighteen eighteen on on an an incredibly incredibly high high note, note, we've we've moved moved T T mobile mobile Poland Poland as as long long as as the the small small cost cost pilot pilot by by Mojo, Mojo, which which takes takes you you to to nine nine operators operators in in six six countries. countries. But But could could you you expand expand on on these these and and how how incredible incredible journey journey which which seems seems to to be be gathering gathering spate? spate? Now, Now, doesn't doesn't it? it? Yes. Yes. Thank Thank you. you. It's It's it it really really is is celebrating celebrating Deutsche Deutsche Telekom, Telekom, which which is is majority majority owner owner of of T T mobile mobile also also t t mobile mobile Poland Poland t t mobile mobile Germany Germany Austria Austria Czech Czech Republic. Republic. Thirteen Thirteen other other countries countries around around the the world, world, they they invested invested in in a a round, round, and and they they also also invested invested in in our our most most recent recent be be round, round, and and they've they've been been very very active active as as a a strategic. strategic. Investor Investor in in many many times times strategic strategic investors investors young young talk talk about about delivering delivering more more than than money, money, but but very very rarely rarely do do they they actually actually follow follow through through on. on. That That Goto Goto telecom telecom has has been been amazing. amazing. They They have have a a partner partner in in group group with with a a couple couple of of key key people people Ota Ota Chesney Chesney Gabby Gabby that that actively actively work work as as hard hard trying trying to to help help the the startup startup that that the the that that the the big big corporate corporate has has invested invested in in as as they they do do making making sure sure the the corporate corporate gets gets there there initiatives initiatives completed completed so so that that group group has has been been really really helpful helpful in in helping helping us us to to find find the the product product test test the the product product make make sure sure it's it's carrier carrier grade grade also also making making sure sure were were fully fully compliant compliant with with GDP GDP are are the the new new regulations regulations in in Europe, Europe, and and then then helping helping us us work work through through each each of of the the different different countries countries which which still still are are allowed allowed to to make make their their own own individual individual decisions. decisions. So So that that investment investment from from Richard Richard telecom, telecom, and and the the partnering partnering group group in in working working closely closely with with them them have have been been really really instrumental, instrumental, and and we we are are super super happy happy to to have have our our most most recent recent launch launch in. in. Poland. Poland. And And you you know, know, it's it's a a large large market. market. Don't Don't you? you? Tell Tell the the town town has has number number one one market market share share there. there. And And they're they're really really excited excited about about being being used used this this technology technology to to make make their their car car safer, safer, put put WI WI fi fi in in it it and and helped helped her her consumers. consumers. Save Save time. time. Save Save money money and and going going forward forward we we expected expected eventually eventually being being most most of of the the torch torch telecom telecom countries countries around around the the world world as as long long as as they they have have enough enough cars cars in in enough enough people people not not many many people people listening listening to to us us today. today. We'll We'll be be gently gently easing easing this this selves selves back back into into the the office office after after a a year. year. But But for for anyone anyone in in the the tech tech industry industry of of coal. coal. Steph Steph thrown thrown straight straight into into the the chaos chaos and and madness madness of of C C S S in in Vegas Vegas and and us us you'll you'll going going this this year. year. Attending Attending ceus. ceus. And And it's it's the the sacred sacred think think to to ensuring ensuring that that you'll you'll the the techs techs you'll you'll showcasing showcasing CAS CAS is is a a success. success. And And you you get get your your voice voice heard heard because because he's he's just just last last isn't isn't it? it? Great Great question, question, this this show show has has particular particular special special spot spot in in my my heart. heart. I I met met my my fiance fiance on on the the way way to to see. see. Yes. Yes. Two Two years years ago ago in in January January fifth. fifth. So So the the Saturday Saturday will will be be our our two two year year anniversary anniversary of of meeting meeting on. on. We We were were both both on on the the way way to to see. see. Yes. Yes. She She was was helping helping her her brother-in-law's brother-in-law's company company now now is is going going to to meet meet with with t t mobile mobile and and our our flight flight had had been been delayed delayed delayed delayed delayed delayed eventually eventually cancelled. cancelled. And And we we looked looked at at each each other other and and said said we we I I really really need need to to get get there. there. And And she she said said I I really really need need to to get get there there too. too. And And she she then then said said we'll we'll you you seem seem quite quite capable. capable. Let's Let's figure figure out out a a way way to to get get there there together together and and one one one one thing thing leads leads to to another. another. We We finally finally made made it it CDS CDS and and never never done done apart apart sense. sense. So So that that I I met met my my fiance fiance literally literally two two years years ago ago on on Saturday Saturday and and could could not not be be happier. happier. Mazen Mazen partner partner in. in. We We had had an an incredible incredible adventure. adventure. Thus Thus far far looking looking forward forward to to the the teacher teacher in in terms terms of of making making the the actual actual show show successful successful in in technology technology successful successful this this year. year. Will Will be be co co hosting hosting a a suite suite at at the the nation nation next next to to the the sands sands invention invention center center together together with with our our other other strategic strategic investor investor Bausch. Bausch. And And if if you you look look back back at at your your ago, ago, we we were were searching searching for for an an automotive automotive big big brother brother in in automotive automotive industry. industry. So. So. You You know, know, insulated insulated a a difficult difficult to to penetrate, penetrate, a a very very slow slow decision-making decision-making and and very very much much not not invented invented here here mentality mentality of of companies companies trying trying to to do do everything everything themselves themselves sweet sweet felt felt having having a a strategic strategic investor investor and and dig dig brother brother would would be be really really helpful. helpful. We've We've talked talked to to most most of of the the OEM OEM suppliers suppliers in in the the world, world, and and our our our our our our hope hope was was we'd we'd get get the the number number one one supplier, supplier, which which is is Bosch. Bosch. They're They're twice twice as as big big as as the the next next biggest biggest supplier. supplier. They They have have amazing amazing technology technology the the invented invented the the can can bus, bus, which which is is what what our our technology technology talks talks over over through through the the Opie Opie deport deport and and happy happy to to say say on on this this Boston Boston investor investor today, today, but but we've we've got got five five different different technology technology tracks tracks that that were were working working with with them them on on including including having having our our platform platform work work directly directly with with an an embedded embedded telematic telematic solution solution in in brand brand new new cars. cars. So So be be demonstrating demonstrating that that the the North North American American International International auto auto show show later later this this month, month, and and we'll we'll be be showing showing in in detailing detailing those those just just don't don't work work tracks tracks together together with with Bausch Bausch at at CAS. CAS. So So when when the the kids kids having. having. Had Had something something that's that's new new that's that's innovative. innovative. You You could could actually actually demo. demo. It It will will be be doing doing that that side side by by side side with with Bausch, Bausch, which which is is pretty pretty pregnant pregnant headed headed when when when when you you think think about about it it so so company company with with four four hundred hundred thirty thirty five five thousand thousand employees employees hundred hundred billion billion plus plus in in revenue, revenue, and and they're they're sitting sitting there there side side by by side side with with Mojo, Mojo, our our you you know, know, ninety ninety person person growth growth company company so so super super excited excited about about that. that. And And what what what what a a difference difference a a year year mix mix of of close. close. You're You're going going to to be be probably probably cool cool impact impact about about me me in in CAS CAS promoting promoting Mo-jo Mo-jo pushy pushy pup pup to to a a romantic romantic gondola, gondola, ROY ROY of of close close with with to to celebrate celebrate diversely diversely unto unto you've you've got got skateboarding skateboarding tricks tricks to to perform, perform, but but if if you you do do any any down down till till enjoy enjoy CS, CS, which which is is probably probably doubtful doubtful is is anything anything that. that. You'll You'll excel excel about about checking checking out out while while I I am am Vegas Vegas has has an an incredible incredible new new hockey hockey team team Las Las Vegas Vegas nights. nights. And And they're they're playing playing our our hometown hometown team, team, the the San San Jose Jose Sharks Sharks in in Thursday Thursday night. night. So So we're we're going going to to have have a a funding funding out out at at the the at at the the hockey hockey rink rink with. with. Tell Tell us us our our strategic strategic investor investor from from Canada Canada Bausch Bausch and and our our team. team. So So really really looking looking forward forward to to the the sharks sharks beating beating the the nights nights Thursday Thursday night night ninety ninety six six the the planet. planet. So So in in law law and and fear fear that that can can we we got got lucky lucky never never made made the the power power luck. luck. Not Not back back home. home. I I believe believe you you also also do do guest guest lectures lectures at at stunt stunt fits fits engineering engineering entrepeneurship entrepeneurship program. program. Can Can you you tell tell me me a a little little bit bit more more about about that that program? program? And And why why you you think think so so important, important, absolutely. absolutely. Why Why looking looking back back to to the the first first company company I I started started I I wrote wrote my my business business plan plan in in that that class class and and the the class class is is a a combination combination of of engineering engineering master's master's students students and and business business schoolmaster schoolmaster students students in in the the Inkatha Inkatha that that class class is is a a business business plan plan that that you you present present to to both both the the professor professor Mike Mike lions lions and and also also the the students students and and eventually eventually to to venture venture capitalists. capitalists. Why Why wrote wrote might might first first business business plan plan in in class class in in actually actually starting starting my my first first company company I I go, go, which which I've I've actually actually took took public public ninety ninety nine. nine. And And so so that that class. class. Nice Nice has has a a real real special special place place in in my my heart. heart. You You know, know, healthy healthy launch launch my my first first business business in in so so Mike Mike lions lions invites invites me me back, back, and and I I come come back back in in disguise disguise myself myself as as another another student, student, and and they they do do the the business. business. They They do do the the case case study study on on my my business business plan plan and and students students just just rip rip apart. apart. All All the the silly silly things things that that I I was was thinking, thinking, and and how how strategy strategy was was off off and and the the always always different different things things were were were were blemishes blemishes or or problems problems with with the the with with the the business business plan. plan. And And then then eventually eventually Mike Mike asked asked me me to to come come downs. downs. I I take take off off my my baseball baseball cab cab come come down down to to the the further further class class and and tell tell her her what what actually actually happen happen says says a a real real fun fun kind kind of, of, you you know, know, live live case case study study around around the the business business that that that that actually actually worked worked despite despite all all the the problems problems in. in. So So that's that's a a lot lot of of fun fun for for me. me. You You know, know, I I got got my my first first big big break break from from a a Stanford Stanford alumni, alumni, John John Michael Michael who's who's very very first first investor investor if if he he had had come come up up with with the the original original idea idea for for the the business, business, and and you you know, know, he's he's been been a a huge huge proponent proponent of of entrepreneurs entrepreneurs is is a a first. first. Estrin Estrin Staples, Staples, kinkos kinkos copies copies and and was was really really the the guy guy that that stood stood by by me in during the tough times. After starting the business said, listen, I believe in you believe in the business steel stick through this. You're gonna make it instead of worrying about each of the issues to send me a fax. This is back. When people did a lot of faxing semi a fax every Friday in the one good thing that happened and you'll see after time, you're you're making progress in you know, it turns out he was right in. So I'm threader thankful now into Stanford. But also, John Michael for gave me the confidence to stick with it. And not let the first second third or fifteenth problem. He'll. Knock you down every startups have problems, but you probably saw beginning one more step closer to the solution. So that's a key part. And the other is just being back on campus. Really energizes you being around you all students the energy, you know, the taking you back to time. When you remember that anything is possible? There's nothing like that feeling of being on campus. So I get a lot out of it as well. Not you have enjoyed a fantastic career experienced a dramatic is on lows of entrepreneurship since we can help from shop floor. But But can can you you share share the the finished? finished? Oh, Oh, most most interesting interesting story. story. This This happened happened to to you you since since you you began began late late in in Ulan Ulan company company had had -solutely. -solutely. Well. Well. You You know, know, I I started started at at the the chip chip company company called called Silicon Silicon Systems Systems right right out out of of college. college. And And after after on on a a couple couple of of years years working working in in different different parts parts of of the the genera genera team team invited invited to to a a CEO CEO dinner dinner and and the the CEO CEO of of the the company company car car of of I I didn't didn't know know this. this. But But he he didn't didn't fight fight six six seven seven people people out out to to dinner dinner once once a a month. month. Trying Trying to to get get them them a a little little liquor liquor up up in in in in having having few few glasses glasses of of wine, wine, and and then then he he would would say say all all right, right, Kenny. Kenny. What's What's the the one one thing? thing? You You would would change change in in this this company. company. Just Just one one don't don't give give me me ten. ten. What's What's the the number number one one thing? thing? You You would would change change his his company company right right now, now, what what is is it? it? And And I I said said well well for for customer customer meeting meeting last last week. week. And And I I noticed noticed that that your your sales sales guys guys are are confused confused about about some some of of the the products. products. They're They're missing missing opportunities opportunities in in customers customers really really frustrated frustrated trying trying to to figure figure out out which which of of the the products products to to use use and and how how to to apply apply them. them. I I think think we we need need a a two two day day technical technical training training class class for for our our sales sales people people and and Karm Karm says, says, you you know, know, what what you're you're right right at at a a lot lot of of complaints complaints about about that. that. Hockey Hockey seemed seemed like like you've you've got got a a good good personality. personality. So So starting starting Monday, Monday, you're you're going going to to be be transferred transferred up up to to Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. And And you're you're not not going going to to be be in in technical technical sales sales way. way. We'll We'll what what what what that's that's not. not. That's That's not not what what I I suggested suggested he he says says no no that that that's that's exactly exactly what what he he suggested suggested in in is is perfect perfect and and start start packing packing your your stuff stuff tomorrow. tomorrow. He He can can move move over over the the weekend weekend report report up up to to the the general general manager manager John John Tamil Tamil up up there there on on Monday. Monday. And And that that was was it. it. I I was was pushed pushed from from a a technical technical career, career, which which I I was was really really enjoying enjoying into into sales. sales. And And you you know, know, I I thought thought of of sales sales is is used used star star sales sales people, people, I I never never understood understood or or appreciated appreciated the the importance importance or or the the art art of of professional professional sales sales and and went went into into his his office office and and said, said, I'm I'm not not I'm I'm not not a a salesman salesman engineer engineer design design products products Bill Bill products. products. He He says says number number one. one. This This is is not not a a democracy democracy decisions decisions been been made made number number two. two. He He says says nobody nobody in in this this company company gets gets paid paid until until somebody somebody sells sells something something and and number number three. three. I I heard heard you you wanted wanted to to be be an an entrepreneur entrepreneur some some day day will will if if you you wanna wanna be. be. Sure, Sure, sell sell better. better. Learn Learn how how to to sell sell get get out out of of my my office. office. And And you you know, know, might might might might sales sales manager manager John John John John Tamil Tamil was was a a true true pro pro taught taught me me all all the the ropes ropes of of selling selling in in in in the the importance importance of of a a professional professional sales sales career. career. And And we we just just crushed crushed it it became became number number one one worldwide worldwide eventually eventually at at thought thought TD TD k k at at later later TI TI in in that that experience experience combined combined with with the the other other lessons. lessons. I I learned learned it it so so consistent consistent stay stay with with me, me, my my whole whole career, career, and and I I look look back back because because I I had had a a chance chance to to go go back back to to General General Motors Motors and and IBM IBM which which I'd I'd also also worked worked at at and, and, you you know, know, if if I'd I'd taken taken that that easy easy path path which which actually actually paid paid more more money money than than what what Silicon Silicon Systems Systems offered, offered, you you know, know, we've we've never never learned learned as as quickly quickly as as they they did did it it growth growth company. company. And And I I also also think think it it would would have have delayed delayed in in in in maybe maybe even even prevented prevented me me from from ever ever starting starting a a business. business. So So the the taking taking that that path path less less traveled traveled in in the the more more difficult difficult path path I I really really recommend recommend especially especially when when you're you're beginning beginning your your career. career. So So if if anyone anyone listening listening wants wants to to meet meet you you all all your your tape. tape. At At CS CS the the way way obey. obey. But But if if you've you've got got a a boot boot or or so so whether whether me me find find you you online online and and just just come come to to Mandeville Mandeville statements statements that that call call any any questions. questions. Sure. Sure. So So our our website website is is M M O O J J dot, dot, I I l l that's that's mode mode dot dot IO. IO. There's There's no no dot dot com. com. Just Just mowed mowed dot dot IO IO will will be be hosting hosting suite suite at at the the Venetian Venetian right right next next to to the the sands sands convention convention center center together together with with Bausch Bausch into into book book an an appointment. appointment. You You can can go go to to calendar calendar Lee Lee C C A A L L E E N N D D L, L, Y Y dot dot com com forward forward slash slash jail jail forward forward slash slash C. C. S S dash dash two two zero zero one one nine nine we we really really appreciate appreciate the the time. time. This This morning morning Neil. Neil. Thank Thank you you so so much much of of what what you you said. said. Today's Today's really really rested. rested. I I live live me. me. I I love love how how you you using using technology, technology, but but actually actually solve solve real real problems. problems. But But what what you you said said a a few few months months ago ago about about not not taking taking the the easy easy path path techy. techy. Not Not road road less. less. Trouble Trouble on on Easter Easter learning learning on on the the grind grind shape. shape. She She prepares prepares you you for for the the future. future. Such Such wise wise would. would. Something Something that that really really resonate resonate with with anything. anything. I I wish wish you you the the best best for for C C S. S. I I looked looked to to hear hear from from you you late late on on in in the the say say how how things things are are going. going. But But I I thank thank you you for for coming coming on on and and sharing sharing your your Tom Tom me me tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. My My pleasure. pleasure. Cheers, Cheers, a a great great story. story. Kenny, Kenny, really really as as the the real real Dale Dale and and a a great great guy guy to to boot boot unluck. unluck. I I said said at at the the beginning beginning of of the the show, show, we we must must remind, remind, but but this this is is Kenny Kenny six six acting acting CEO CEO indulging indulging his his passion passion for for using using technology, technology, but but to to solve solve real real world world problems. problems. And And that that really really comes comes across. across. And And unsurprisingly unsurprisingly his his achievements achievements include include winning winning the the GS GS innovate innovate of of the the year year award award setting setting the the world world record record for for low low power power smartphone. smartphone. GPS GPS chip chip says says and and sunning sunning over over one one billion billion in in mobile, mobile, power power accessories. accessories. Olga Olga is is nearly nearly as as impressive impressive as as doing doing a a one one hundred hundred handstand handstand while while riding riding escape escape boat. boat. But But what what really really excites excites me me he's he's loggia loggia while while positioning positioning themselves themselves as as the the technological technological backbone backbone for for that that rapidly rapidly growing growing connected, connected, call call industry, industry, unless unless remember remember that that spice spice alone alone is is forecast forecast to to reach reach hundreds hundreds of of millions millions of of vehicles vehicles around around the the world world by by twenty twenty twenty twenty and and a a few few years years ago, ago, of of course, course, twenty twenty twenty twenty same same luck luck it it was was miles miles away. away. But But wearing wearing twenty twenty nine nine t t now, now, that's that's literally literally next next year. year. Mojo Mojo isn't isn't just just connecting connecting costs costs to to the the internet. internet. That That actually actually enabling enabling a a new new automotive automotive ecosystem ecosystem of of bringing bringing together together players players of of all all shapes shapes of of all all sizes sizes and and foams, foams, so so I'm I'm going going to to be be following following this this story, story, very very very very closely. closely. And And I I wished wished to to tame tame it it Mojo Mojo all all the the best best on on that that mission mission of of connecting connecting all all these these pieces pieces together, together, and and it it creates creates at at least least from from having having to to spoken spoken to to him him briefly briefly here here that that that's that's what what drives drives him, him, and and that's that's what what drives drives the the company company forward. forward. But But a a guy guy you've you've heard heard me me talking. talking. You've You've heard heard Kenny Kenny talking talking today, today, but but what what were were your your takeaways takeaways from from today's today's conversation? conversation? Did Did it it leave leave you you with with any any food food for for thought? thought? Or Or just just something something that that you you would would like like to to share share with with me me all all the the listeners listeners oath oath April-May April-May tech tech blog blog writer writer at at outlook outlook dot dot com. com. Tweet Tweet me me at at Nailsea Nailsea Hughes Hughes old old Papa Papa by by website website tech, tech, blog, blog, writer writer dot dot co co dot dot K. K. But But we've we've reached reached the the end end of of another another episode episode twenty twenty nineteen nineteen for for icing icing boys, boys, but but I'm I'm hungry hungry for for more more sow sow joy. joy. Join Join us us again again tomorrow tomorrow same same time time same same place, place, we'll we'll do do own own again again will will the the ninety ninety thing. thing. Just Just up up breaks. breaks. I I key key for for listening listening on on until until next. next. Don't Don't be be a a stranger. stranger. Thanks Thanks for for listening listening to to the the tag tag globe globe rice rice cost cost until until next next time. time. Remember Remember technology technology is is best best when when it it brings brings people people together. together.

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LA Auto Show - huge next stage in-dash infotainment systems

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. So I love the idea of opening up a car with my watch all the people who are listening who always lose their keys. What a cool idea is that it's coming in the future. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Listen talking tech. I'm here at the Elliott shout. Chris Woodward from USA day. As with me, we have both taken a look at this new futuristic infotainment says Senator from d'arme, you probably won't see it for a year or two, but one of the cool things it will do is open the car with your watch. Chris. What do you think I think that's a great great trick to have up your sleep? Now, remember on Garmon, this is a company we all know for making navigation devices. It's also a great example of a company that needs to get out ahead of technology to leapfrog where everyone else is because everyone else's caught up to where they were. So what they're trying to do is integrate a whole number of technologies into their car and being able to get into it with your smartwatch is just one of them. Yeah. The watch is one thing they're going to announce in January in alliance with the German manufacturer who could that be BMW VW know who who knows and you'll be able to send information from the watch to the car by the end of the year, you'll be all the open the door with your watch. But this new entertainment system is really competitor, apple and Android with what they've got. But the cool thing about it is that you could use the apple carplay if you chose you could use Android auto if you chose and they also have other fun things. Like, better, weather, better navigation, those and of course, restaurant information and things like that. So that makes you wonder is better better better going to be enough. There's no leapfrogging technology in his goal even the smartwatch to open. It right now. There are other subs out there for key-fobs. So makes you wonder if they can do better better better on about eight different areas. If that's going to be enough to make them stand out in. A very crowded field for this kind of technology going into cars typically when what we're seeing today in Vancouver Twenty-eight teen looks pretty cool, but this won't show up in a car till twenty twenty one or twenty two two if we're lucky yes. But this stuff is coming on pretty fast again, their computer their competitors are on their heels. And they have to try to get a little bit ahead of them. When it comes to that kind of stuff. It's happening very fast. The thing that intrigued me when we got a look at talk to these guys was trying to do some sort of virtual reality things in the car. They're trying to do like when you see navigation. They're trying to put new overlays on that more than what we're seeing. Now, we're tell you the name of the street like, for instance, you're driving on Broadway, and it will show you pictures of the restaurants pictures of the restaurants, or, you know, all kinds of different views or the ability to call ratings for that restaurant. I mean that is where the action is it's an infotainment. Actually on the other stuff doesn't really matter as much it looks like an ipad in your navigation. It looks like an ipad new dashboard similar to a tesla. A big beautiful screen, and we'll see how successful garment is a getting it into these cars. No word on the cost. But it will be an option. It will be an add on from the manufacturers. Yes, they could market directly to the customer, but more than largely I think it's as you mentioned what they're going to have a German partner. It could be an automaker. It could be a supplier like Bausch, and then they'll just sell it directly to the automakers. But here at the Los Angeles auto show, we're seeing a ton of really innovative info infotainment systems, including some that stretch all the way across the dashboard. Okay over here. We have a new vehicle that was introduced today that it's a new SUV. It comes from a company called Biton B Y T O N. They're gonna make them in China. They say they're going to be due out in the next year. And in this concept version of disaster V is. Infotainment screen that stretches from one door to the other at about ten inches high. So this Mosser sleep huge infotainment screen in which you could continuously broadcast information to the driver. And the passengers the big question how distracting will that be for the driver as I look into is peer into that vehicle. It's seems to me like it would be really distracting. Now, it is a concept. They could definitely tone it down for production. But talking to one of their guys they say, no, this what what I see is pretty much. What customers will be getting? I thought the garment display was distracting. But you know, what can I say? I certainly the kids in the car will love it. And we'll see what happens from the L A auto show. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA they here with Chris ward yard, thanks for listening. You could find me on Twitter match episode Graham, Chris Chris yard at Chris yard on Twitter. Please. Please subscribe to talk. You tap on podcasts. Favored the show in situ to help more people. Find the show as always thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. 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"bausch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Green Bausch, isn't it? Yes. Sorry. Interview for that job to be like, the marketing director at the mall of America. And I was at Carlson companies every time and joy. Of course, we were both there and I'm walking around with a hard head on the mall of America had no pinned yet. And you didn't take the job will love my travel job. And I couldn't imagine giving up all my fun travel things that were part of work. We call them boondoggles. When it's a work, but it's a fun work trip. And so there was so this Moondog. And then also I freaked out that I would be in the cement. I knew the basement I had an office view window of the pond. Carlson a coveted window spot. And I thought I I am not someone who I can't. I can't work. I just that freaked me out. I remember you tell I just said it doesn't matter. I don't even care if they like me, I can't go back there can't work in a basement cell. That's. Douglas. No, then we would have had to we would have been separated never met my brother. That's right. I mean that would have been terrible for us. Yeah. No. I knew I knew, but it was fun to, you know, have the hard hat tour like be in there before was. Oh, yeah. I I love them. I love the mall of America. Jason I could arm wrestle over that. I think he actually does go there more often. But only because he is a husband who likes to go there key C O. Different story being nightmare. It would be like how he would feel if I stayed downstairs and watch football game with him. Oh, that's a great analogy. He doesn't care anything. I have to say about the Vikings. Even though I have a little experience like a we always have trouble with kickers and. And with winning. Yeah. But anyway, so I don't get there. Mostly when I have a girlfriend or somebody from out of town or somebody needs a, you know, like they have to dress shopping for an event, and they need another set of eyes. Great place toy. Girlfriends is very disappointed with my girlfriend, Barbara whose daughter Babs. My friends since third grade her daughter is getting married today. And I was so sad that she didn't come down for a shopping trip with me because you're gonna go shopping upset I love to go shopping with somebody. And then, you know, you say if you're just shopping shopping with a girlfriend, I know juries up here painting her nails like this happening..

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"bausch" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on Ideas

"Sweet streams of golden butter and white rain of powdered parmesan pastor is also deeply democratic with meat or fish there's always the best cut or part with past there's no best part it's all equal an exile tation of conviviality it's simple to make cheap and cost yet rich in variety de now says within the traditional european meal structure it's no accident that past comes first bausch the past bash good that a passionate pashto pre mckay period the finish on at tanto multiple overlord what is the place of mazda in a meal the first course and by definition abundant but my inexpensive over lethal value mainly silicone though missouri to the second course me is much smaller but of greater valley lou just like the bourgeois class of the time small but powerful debacle to the third and last course is desert it's the luxury course represents the nobility highly expensive but if it didn't exist there would be no loss to society so we see past that within the meal as an expiration of the proletariat real liberal and in reality it's like this pasta is the most populist of food z pugh people guarded pashtu.

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Novartis hands investors Alcon spin-off and $5 billion share buyback

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:06 min | 3 years ago

Novartis hands investors Alcon spin-off and $5 billion share buyback

"Novartis is to spin off its alcon eye care business and commence a share buyback of up to five billion dollars by the end of two thousand nine hundred nineteen a strategic review by nevada has concluded that a one hundred percent spinoff of alcon is in the best interests of shareholders and consistent with the company's strategy of focusing on medicines alcon is expected to be incorporated in switzerland now let's get more details on that story let's bring into the conversation sampras ellie bloomberg's director of research for emir and large farm analysts at bloomberg intelligence thank you so much then sam for joining us this wasn't a surprise in that they've been reviewing the status of this business for a very long time was the final decision on the timing surprise sam two i didn't expectation was that decision by the end of the year which i think most people that interpreted we'll hear about what they decide to do closer to the end of the air so it's it's it's interesting that we've got that decision made which i think is good for clarity and just the business is still taking relatively nicely because it's been a painful novartis over the past few years project to and that's positive nevada's bought alcorn in stages for on fifty billion dollars per but the unit so they have they've dropped off what might the valuation of this business actually be than what we actually know about that the best we can look back and see years ago a walking bausch and lomb full which is a bit of a stretch in terms of trying to evaluate we do have a relatively compatible company out there in in group a vision that could be used as a yardstick for my living alcon if you plugging the numbers in terms of anti value to to operating profit assuming some operating margin improvement should be cooking would be conservative twenty would be a pretty meaningful number to go for it could get a bit more if there's obviously interest so i i would say we should look around the average two billion dollar mark does it do analysts believe do you believe this is the right move novartis to focus on prescription drugs then sam of course this is we've moved on a couple of since daniel vasella put this company together with with alcon inez and now we've got nara narasimhan making different strategic decisions does this make sense so investors pleased absolutely makes sense any which is why the companies i think doing it but reasons why the company they trust focus if this is what they can go and buy assets themselves don't need companies type for them companies at supposedly drug development and a key issue a special some businesses that you can hold and there's some kind of possible strategic overlap go here there's no one business can create for the other timing development approach development approach completely that was completed coaching the when the investor confidence said that they had back in a month or so ago the attitude of the management of allow completely different to that of the drug development i think it is absolutely the right thing that these two business should be separate bloomberg intelligence director of research for a mia and large pharma analyst thank you very much.

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Browns' Myles Garrett critical of Durant joining Warriors

Fitz and Brooks

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Browns' Myles Garrett critical of Durant joining Warriors

"Was silly three brunell five lower and i thought how good jimmy he was good keenum mcardle i was really good team man jets beat them in the playoffs but that team could want a super bowl offline at tennessee titans bruce matthews edinburgh campbell and warren moon warren moon's a guy if you would have had a chance to come over earlier when the black quarterback was accepted unlike unfairly going to canada think it's yours yeah he's still he's still in the conversation pure throwers of all time without added doubt he was great okay how about this i mean everybody every the crossover of nfl player china on the nba and vice versa i mean everybody's got a little piece of the pie listen to what myles garrett said about kevin durant for basically taking the easy way out the championship check this out katie broke the league you helped onto a seventy three nine team and then he took these well in my mind was different for when lebron left he kind of went to no wait and bausch and something that was already guarantees i'm that you already knew was going to you'll have immediate success you kind of have to know jalen work things in the place but katie you just stick them in any scores now you put no second best player in the world on a artie alltime great team and of course you're gonna have no success in pretty easy success were him i wouldn't have never made a move like that the i is in the competitive to jain know somebody's coattails to get a w.

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New traction control technology for motorcycles

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:59 min | 3 years ago

New traction control technology for motorcycles

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Death toll in DRC Ebola outbreak now at 27

24 Hour News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Death toll in DRC Ebola outbreak now at 27

"A swearing in ceremony for new cia director gina hospital this morning president trump praised the agency she leads it is a true honour to stand here today before the most elite intelligence professionals on the planet earth nobody even close hours before the ceremony trump blasted former director john brennan suggesting he's to blame for the for the russia probe after months of battle syrian forces have captured a neighborhood in southern damascus from islamic state militants syrian military is declaring the capital and its surroundings completely secure president trump is hailing a truce with china on trade saying in a tweet that he expects barriers and tariffs to come down in a big boost for american farmers that's boosting the mood on wall street where stocks have been higher all day i'm ben thomas a nurse has died from bola in congo now bringing the death toll from the disease to twenty seven according to congress health minister the country also faces nearly two dozen confirmed cases of the disease with several more probable cases to patients have recovered in headed home congas health delegation and representatives of the world health organization and united nations launched a vaccination campaign against the disease a legal argument about the size of eyedrops has failed to catch the eye of the supreme court drug companies allergan bausch and lomb merrick and pfizer have all asked the court to get involved in the case they were sued by patients using their eye drops because they say the eye drops are too big and that leads to waste the patients say they'd wind up spending less money if the bottles were designed to dispense smaller eyedrops now that the supreme court's passed a lower court decision to let the lawsuit go forward will stand former polish president and anti communist elect for when sir met with disabled people and their parents who've been staging a sitting in the parliament for more than a month.

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"bausch" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You can attach the micro service reading in go to against cautious doing it do a delivery and then no gs do the function daniel basically can debugged like it's a one with a couple of cash even though you jumping cross welcome if it makes it much easier to show it to copper yeah i know i believe and people can definitely check it out by going to solo dot io two so can you help me understand how a company would integrate with with glue like where along the path do i do i spend it up and how so you said it can discover all the services that i'm running how does it do that like how does it plug into my existing infrastructure so if rinses let's just take an example that you have vm ware and you have a coup bananas and you're so using it w that's just faculty for example so we basically going to communities as for the upstream dies easy and then we also looking at each of the aps stream to see if you have any function that we can recognize for instance if you running on this service in micro say you know on kuban at is running let's say application which water so we collect that as well right so we basically going to find all your workload cross classes and then besides it also the function that running on top of them in also the you know the deregulation that running on top of it so now if we know that be can act is a regular api get way because you know by far the way we build it i think that there is no question me are the best that exist to the market but also you can we give you a lot a lot of tools to actually mcglade those of the cation in case he won so again you decided that you wanna take application a and you wanna move it to somewhere out to microsoft mrs that's where you will basically use glue that's one one option yellow option is that if you look in a lot of the offer today like france suggest why with cloud foundry they using kuban clubs on today so they have like they contain around time and also that we can run time there's nothing that make them work together besides bausch.

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"bausch" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on PTI

"Ter beating lebron wade and bausch and miami amazingly the soon to be forty year old bisky is still the face of the mavericks find myself because jerk viscous is so worthy a player of such a nice guy i wish he was on a team that was more relevant that's what i wish she's happy in dallas i guess happy trails to you nss for this diamond necklace he broke it sliding into second base last night got so angry that he threw the necklace onto the dirt scattering diamonds everywhere and he left the mayor's he went back to the dugout and that's the mets won the field shortstop picked up the stones which i don't think are real diamonds because they were real diving's cessnas would have been down on his lease with a magnifying glass first of all wasn't the major league baseball like the nba i know just say no jewelry you can't wear this stuff on the field get rid of it on a roll no errors today let's go to the big finis chiro is done for the season he's moving into a front office role with the mariners that makes sense into a five is playing days are over just not go into the front office period the mariners james paxson after seven innings and sixteen strikeouts should they go for twenty protect the arm you don't want to pitch in hungary they had to go to one thirty five sons higher jazz assist in ebor cocoa skull i hope as their new head coach that make sense to you tony he's been an assist for like eighteen years in the league clippers pistons sons cavaliers magic jazz aren't jason witness officially retired from the cowboys to join the monday night football both are you surprised i'm a little bit but he's a cowboy you look at michael irvin and tony romo and troy aikman daryl johnson they've all been great at last one cavs raptors game tonight you like the cavs again i can't believe i'm gonna say this i'm gonna pick the raptors to win this game really.

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"bausch" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on PTI

"Ter beating lebron wade and bausch and miami amazingly the soon to be forty year old bisky is still the face of the mavericks find myself because jerk viscous is so worthy a player of such a nice guy i wish he was on a team that was more relevant that's what i wish she's happy in dallas i guess happy trails to you nss for this diamond necklace he broke it sliding into second base last night got so angry that he threw the necklace onto the dirt scattering diamonds everywhere and he left the mayor's he went back to the dugout and that's the mets won the field shortstop picked up the stones which i don't think are real diamonds because they were real diving's cessnas would have been down on his lease with a magnifying glass first of all wasn't the major league baseball like the nba i know just say no jewelry you can't wear this stuff on the field get rid of it on a roll no errors today let's go to the big finis chiro is done for the season he's moving into a front office role with the mariners that makes sense into a five is playing days are over just not go into the front office period the mariners james paxson after seven innings and sixteen strikeouts should they go for twenty protect the arm you don't want to pitch in hungary they had to go to one thirty five sons higher jazz assist in ebor cocoa skull i hope as their new head coach that make sense to you tony he's been an assist for like eighteen years in the league clippers pistons sons cavaliers magic jazz aren't jason witness officially retired from the cowboys to join the monday night football both are you surprised i'm a little bit but he's a cowboy you look at michael irvin and tony romo and troy aikman daryl johnson they've all been great at last one cavs raptors game tonight you like the cavs again i can't believe i'm gonna say this i'm gonna pick the raptors to win this game really.

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"bausch" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good morning armstrong and getty show you heard about the courageous conversation racial awareness program in schools well there are a lot of people including black scholars and think it's insulting and well racist and by then will we have struck syria yet and what will russia have done in retaliation things are getting too interesting on that front they need to stop everybody calm down the latest on the next armstrong and getty show the armstrong and getty show morning six to ten only on the next generation of k g o eight ten eight ten news update good afternoon to you i'm kim mcallister in for nikki medoro facebook is notifying users at their data has been swept up in the recent privacy scandal the eighty seven million users who might have had their data shared with cambridge analytica are supposed to get a detailed message on their news feeds ceo mark zuckerberg's prepared remarks for a house hearing indicate the company will notify everyone by wednesday arizona boosting the number of national guard troops that it plans to send a mex mexico border as part of president trump's plan to fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking california still has not decided whether or not to participate ten people are in police custody with sixteen more wanted by san francisco police related to a string of more than sixty home burglaries the suspects allegedly stole more than three million dollars worth of firearms jewelry credit cards passports car keys and money when they targeted homes and the terrible bayview single side and apologies as we well i should say i miss the special three pm contact the four day four k a day giveaway that is where we have your chance god bausch and bud trouble now it's me so you know you can win a thousand dollars at six am nine am noon and three pm every day i miss the three pm all my fault but i will get it right next time i promise just think of that person that didn't win that money maybe they like had like a sick relative on life support all my hall i'm going straight to how they're no you won't go to hell instead.

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"bausch" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I personally really like bausch i think is an excellent show and i like that they got twenty four as exclusive show on amazon but there's not really anything over there that really makes go this is something i really must have on my device so i think them aggress aggressively investing in a tent pole property it makes a lot of sense to me personally so i think this is i think it's exactly she sat mark think this is getting people involved in their video ecosystem give jeff as us a little business tip because i think you could use jeff you know just saying it'd be even more of the richest twice coming from one of the poorest guys i'll kill the richest guy what apple did you write apple had made a horrible mess of it with the planet of the apps carpool karaoke a little better but still but what apple did what they realized is there is a receipt krit to hollywood success there are just as there are in the gaming industry just as there are in the writing trade there are superstars in television production and movie production and apple went and they found marquee people people who to secutive worked sony who had a real track record and i i would submit that apple's gonna turn around given what they've acquired they've really put some good deals together and i think that's clearly what netflix has and what amazon's lacking is the right i hate to say this the right executives so i would actually argue that another component we're talking a lot about the shows that they're launching now but i think another reason people binge on these streaming services is they get to catch up on shows.

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"bausch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You know in bausch told me the other day i was i was really excited get that kind of news at some you dream of as a kid being able to start opening day and i remember going to i don't know fifteen or twenty opening days when i was a kid coming you know growing up and it's always just an it's an absolute blast being able to go out there that first day of the years it's always exciting day everybody's pumped up so it's going to be a lot of fun for you this will be your second opening day in and you know i as a starter and i just want to get you just have you ever been have you been able to sit down yet and just go okay last year i was just happy i was in the bullpen at the time you know madison was there so you hadn't stepped into that role yet and then now you know is the is the change so drastic in your mind or is it just no start yeah i think i think it's pretty awesome to see the progress and understand the hard work that you put in and where it's got me now and just excited about the opportunity for sure obviously were were pretty bummed the you know losing for a little bit but you know what we're gonna we're gonna battle bath and we're going to start up and someone listening you guys young guys are going to try to come in and now hold down the fort for a little while we'll let's get into a little bit later just want to talk about you for right now because there's been able to play with you being able to understand your mentality and just to i mean the moments re really too big for you and you're getting into a situation now you've faced clayton kershaw a couple of times and beaten him and you've also team has beaten them i know that's where you're gonna go so answer that for you but you rake against clayton kershaw.

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"bausch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"If you let this disease run its course and you die from it you're not going to be able to do anything you're not going to be able to have an impact on the world and you're not going to be able to do anything for the greater good and you're definitely not going to be able to do anything helpfully for the greater good while you're sick so allow that to be your bright guiding shining light out of this that was a big part of it for me is is recognizing that i can't do anything if i'm dead no so let that come to the top of your heart and let that guide you there is there is a way out and you you can't do anything for the world if you're dead beautifully put and raise your hand and make yourself known and find help fund the person that you feel comfortable talking to that you can confide in and i think that's important i up and breaking a cycle of denial that prison that keeps you stuck yeah yeah so thank you for this was awesome dots you're an inspiration really appreciate your time and your testimony today as well it's powerful and i wish you well and keep doing what you're done i feel like we're saying goodbye forever come back and talk to for tomorrow right cool so if you wanna connect with dot c at outs bausch on twitter and instagram compassion chimps olympian on instagram olympian.

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"bausch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Sation with my friend dot c bausch a seventime us national champion former world record holder to time panamerican gold medal winner in track cycling dotty earned silver at the two thousand twelve london olympics in an event called team pursuit but here's the amazing thing not only was she along time vegetarian at that time she's now vegan she was almost forty when she won that medal the oldest ever in her discipline and one of the oldest athletes to ever compete in the olympic apes and all of that is extraordinarily it's awesome it's amazing but honestly what intrigues me the most about dot c is that hardfought road she trudged to achieve such athletic heights because dots greatest achievements are not athletic her biggest victory came from resurrecting her own life from the depths of severe eating disorders which threatened to take her life twenty years ago after a promising modeling career in new york city that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this week's guests there's a ton more i want to say about dot c before we dive in but i i hope i can indulge you a bit because i haven't announcement that i really wanna make as many guys know about seven years ago i released finding ultra my first book for those unfamiliar it's memoir sort of redemption story about addiction sobriety middleage malays and ultimately plant fuelled feats of athletic prowess well that book not only changed my life it went on to have a really huge impact on a lot of people more impact than i could have possibly imagined and in fact every year book sells more copies than the year before and i'm super proud of all of that but over the last couple years i just couldn't shake this feeling that the book is incomplete because it failed to tell the whole story because truth what is transport.

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"bausch" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Healthy for me so whatever kind of information this this watch can give to me and the grower can provide me up is increasing my confidence so i'm absolutely convinced that this data is generating here is not only good for the farmer drink crease productivity but also doing crease confidence or the consumer and how far would bear go in this chain i mean you guys too large company so how much do you guys wanna do versus work with partners with the very beginning of this journey stacy we have perfectly aware that we wanna partner and we are currently partnering with ron about thirty companies very big like bausch here that a lot of small startups and we iga reels refined new tech partners with whom we can collaborate and make this vision happening and how long until we see real changes in the way people farm from these sorts of innovations you'll see today if you're traveling parts of uganda and you see how soul farmers are adopting those digital products improve that humming practice this is unbelievable and really awesome then never had access to high tech information on how to do things and now the half the same formation on that fingertip as you and me i would imagine they have more okay how do you think all of this data that you're collecting in the research that you're doing will ultimately change how you guys sell your products we appropriately aware that a business model based on selling gallons or kilograms of products is not carrying us indefinitely into the future our ambition is to sell crop protection autumn it yields as service.

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"bausch" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"Loyd it yet it's it's a fun to watch it's one of those choose that is not a show where i ever felt i'd the lake be taking notes while i was watching it or it's not a show where i fell you know a lot of pressure to follow along with a multiple storylines or read recap to feel like i missed anything it's a show that you know you could for yourself a drake sit down watching enjoy and you are right it is is one of those shows that so much better and more fun to watch just at a power through binge because there's not a lot to think about for weektoweek he'll it's not something where is not gonna sit with you for a week while you're you know what tax gonna do in what's this good it's not it's not that kind of shout but it's really fun really good bingewatch at i ripped through it the same way that i ripped through light bausch once i got into the second season of bash i think basch is probably a little bit of a better show qualitywise their different detective show verses catch by traders show but it's got that same qualitytoitwhere'd what you start watching you could do a season in a few days you now yet because one of the things i realized i don't really care who wins sell it idon'ti don't necessarily like acts i don't like truck i don't care who is triumphant i have sympathy for certain characters ilikewendy quite a bit odd taylor is a very interesting character they introduced this year andi think they're introduction if you wanna talk about things that were better about season to that is certainly the top of the markets here's a really complicated and in many ways nudity be character who is really well play by asiakatedillon sooner some characters i feel sympathy for but for the most part i don't care who wins i don't care who loses i don't understand a lot of what's going on in terms of the finances and shorting and everything else but it's done with so much style and the actors themselves are so good luck it's just everyone is wildly over qualified to be in this show or in some ways to be making this.

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"bausch" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So drastically that there isn't even a question any more of whether a guy needs to be a one way or one a or a two teams no players know that they need to go and find some other ones to play with and beaumont he was talking about this on his show with paul georges is you know if he got to the cavs would it be as easy as we think bausch you know would calm up it's a marathon it's easy as you think to add have a lebrun and a and a weight and a bombshell together right away um and even kevin love coming from a number one where he was and it took some growing pains but i think at this point players after they just have to deal with that there's you cannot be the derek grows of of of the nba in 2017 and that was the hardest part for people within the bulls organization serb because terek dear believed than we wanted to be the guy he knew that he needed other solid players around him but he wanted to be the number one guy into your point that aura and matt mindset it's gone and talking about the bulls in their the conundrum that therein when always intrigues me is dwayne wade i talked to him eight years ago and he's the one who said derek scuttle lurd that he can't do a by himself and weighed understood at even at that time that you needed other players and this is before the superteam summer where it all came together you needed other players in order to succeed and win titles he had csak when he won his first title in miami up but there is no denying that the mindset of the athletes within the lee his change in that sense because for as as much of an alpha dog has a lot of these guys want to be it in their own locker room.

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"bausch" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"bausch" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And i believe he's going to get potentially swept now now he had a great series with bausch and wade and the celtics took him to seven showing how good at boston team was with pierce in rondo k g every series in his career in which he's had to other a high end all star players he's had a great series he's one now you can go back to the two thousand fifteen finals where he was thirty six thirteen and nine but remember love didn't play and kyw regard heard in game one this series with two other all stars a legitimate coach they could get swept like if you don't think golden state's great i think he got to just take a deep breath and look at what we're seeing chris crews are now joining us live you the coward global satellite network let's forget dynasty talk because to be a dynasty generally the the perception is chris you've gotta in two or three finals but my eyes i trust my eyes late the speed shooting ball handling the games more global golden state's got multiple guy six seven and up that can bring the ball up the floor leader break finisher break my eyes are telling me this is special you cover this league for twenty years what are your eyes telling you all the same thing this is definitely an alltime great same you're right we can't thought dynasty for a few years but you can be an alltime great team for one season remembered 1980 three philadelphia seventy six yeah moses malone at dr jay that was an alltime great say that was also the last time we had to mvps in their prime on the same team and they went full five fall river moses malone yeah they actually sweat magic karim both in their prime so this is an alltime great team your magic johnson say that they would have swept this warrior same there's no way obviously the warriors couldn't have guarded kareem abduljabbar but the lakers wouldn't have been able to guard them either so you would have been trading to for three so i don't want to belittle lakers t but this is certainly an alltime greats in yellow bronze fourthquarter numbers have not been great in this series but he's had great games tripledoubles now we've seen chris john wall get worn out we've seen harden.

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