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"benesch" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"benesch" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"There has done benesch shift in terms of the ratio people who are looking cool technology and make money at the same time versus the people who are mostly interested in making money and if the technology is cool that's like a nice thing but not particularly important has relieved flipped and insiders leg. Craig newmark from craigslist in ellen. Pao firmly wrote it talk about this shift happening after two thousand in the financial recession enrico bunch of mostly dudes from the finance industry and they realize this is not where we wanna be. The finance industry is maybe more problematic. Realize let's all go to big tech in so you saw this wave of financial expertise flowing into silicon valley and really offending some of the longstanding priorities there anion gentrification ucf very similar thing where the influx of cash comes in and. It's not meant to the people who are already living there. It's meant for newcomers. Who are usually already better off and usually white in the united states rather than people of color so you see this new infusion of money but it doesn't actually go to like help public schools or build new roads. It just goes to support new fancy coffee shops in yoga studios so the people who already have money. You're getting more amenities from this. Influx of gentrification cash rather than the money going to support group that people who've been there a long time so that sense of commercialization is another feature gentrification that you see in city streets as well as online but can you argue that You know these sort of gentrified gigantic platforms are democratizing in some way in the sense that they let more people get online they get people with technical skills get online they people who might not otherwise be able to afford to pay for services t- to use services for for free or without at least paying up front. Yeah paying up front. Is the real question. So it's a wonderful thing that the barrier eventually has lowered and more people can be online. That's like a net positive that people have access to news. You can keep in touch with family and friends from long distance away. I talked trash not facebook. But i certainly think it's also important source of community for many groups of people and tried to take that away but even if you're not paying money to be on facebook you were certainly paying in other ways and some people think you know allied really. Don't mind sharing my data with this book or have this sort of resignation. No we don't have privacy anyway. So what do i care if him on one more site that we have to ask if this business model of turning people into data points does harm to the groups of people who are usually hard in our society so particularly poor folks in people are lgbt to folks. And there's definitely ways that we see that playing out all the time so if you're a woman or a personal color you're more likely to be harassed on a platform like facebook. So is letting more people in good in terms of if maybe that just means. Someone's going to be more harassed or other way that you can think about it. I know there are some people who leg. You're really stretching this gentrification metaphor a little bit too far but sometimes the connections are very direct lake digital redlining. The witches win a platform uses targeted advertising to exclude groups of people from products in that skills. Kind of harmless. If it's like okay. I'm selling yoga mats. I'm gonna look for wound between thirty and thirty five. Who are vegans. They probably do yoga. I'm effectively excluding all the other people in order to sell this group of people yoga mats. That doesn't sound so bad. But if i'm excluding people of color from information about where to get a mortgage loan or where they can go to college then. Suddenly died exclusion feels a lot more redlining. Which was the system of lending or mostly not lending money to large groups of people based on race or in some cases religion so in that sense digital redlining is a very direct parallels between processes of gentrification and targeted advertising on online platforms. But you think that alternative communities and with them platforms will always spring up for for good or for ill. I mean in the wake of crackdowns. We saw the far right shifts content to smaller social networks like parlor like is there an inevitable to-ing and fro-ing between these smaller technological platforms and the giants that is something i've been grappling with because so when i wrote my first book i was like wow you know these cultural communities we need platforms that reflects their values. We need to build platforms. That do a better job of reflecting you know the policies in the needs of these small groups that have been on the margins and i was envisioning like feminists people like people. I liked albright parlor. It's not like i think. These groups relate reading my book and they're really go now. I understand what we do. But i do think the groups who have by far the best job of following the advice that i laid out in my book are the alt-right and i don't know what to make of that. Really i would say. In general academics have not been as inclusive as we need to be when we think about counterculture because so many of the counterculture. We talk about talk about this sort of like reverent way or this like rowley. We need counterculture like that. So important and we don't do enough thinking about who else qualifies as counterculture. Which is the outright so. I do think counter-culture is inevitable. There's an inevitable cycle of people using a platform they either get Pushed out and then they try to build new platforms over new ways of being on a mainstream platform. And i used to think that there was no way that could be a bad thing. You know leaving the platform in creating something new. The i just fell into the same trap that many other sociologists have of just not thinking about the ways that there are many other groups who beat the definition of the counterculture Use these technologies in ways. That are important for them. They reflect their community. Values is just wasn't who i had been thinking about jess. Thanks so.

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"benesch" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"That's term life at three three seven eight. Nine chris christie's in san antonio texas. Hi chris how are you. Hey how you doing today. Better than i deserve. What's up. i can go that. Certainly i've been hearing a lot of your Advice about life insurance policies and that's something top mind right now i just turned fifty years old. That's your benchmark moment in my life. And now that i have someone in my life seen this merger go chris are you gonna come back. You wandered off. Chris christie. You wanna put you on. Hold kelly pickup if we can get you plug back in. Brother are at travis's in hopkinsville kentucky. Hi travis our you did. How are you mr. Dave benesch john better than we deserve sir. What's up well. I'm just wondering. I've got going through a divorce now. She woke up one day. You told me she didn't want me anymore. That wanna be with me a little a little almost three years. Sorry to get married in two thousand nineteen. Well i've got a little student loan and a little truck loan gym membership and Student loan is one eighty five a mind truck. Long is about three seventy five a month gym membership at twenty dollars a month and i make about sixteen dollars an hour with no benefits. A little bit of ot and my question is should. I the house that. I'm living that me. And my wife are living in now from my mother at roughly a hundred and thirty thousand or should me and my mother because it's her house. Continue to split the payments of about three hundred dollars a month Your mother doesn't live there right. Correct she lives. On the other side of nashville. But i was okay. And what is the house worth She says she my. My mother told me she's had offers at right now. One sixty just as it sits without anybody coming out and looking at it. But that's just what people would offer her. That's not an actual agent or abrasion. How how old are you sure. I'm twenty seven. Twenty eight december. Well sound like you've had a hard year sir. I'm sorry issue What i what i would have you to do before you buy a home from anyone. Your mother or anybody else is to become debt. Free have an emergency fund in place So that means we need to clean up The gym membership membership. That's not a debt. But the rest of it is that we need to clean up. And if you can't get ot at this place you maybe need to look for some ot somewhere else. The second as soon as i get off on with you. I'm headed to my side hustle demo george. Okay good well. You're not afraid of hard work. That's for sure and So the on the career side of things. The next question you start asking yourself is twenty seven And i'm make thirty thirty thousand dollars a year so what. I'm what am i going to be doing. When i'm thirty. Seven the page double that. And what steps have i gotta take to get there. Those are kin coleman type questions if you've ever listened to him and to develop a long term career path that gets you up and beyond where you are. There is no shame in where you are at all. You're not afraid of hard work. You work hard for the money that you got. I'm proud of you for doing all that But i don't want you doing the exact same thing making the exact same money ten years from now. Do you know shit okay. So what is your plan. What are you going to be when you grow up so to speak. Well i actually Just quit my job about a month ago and now i'm doing a lot. Follow ken. Coleman did jump out on a lamb and started my career path. I'm the assistant golf course superintendent at a local golf course here and looking to move up to the head superintendent. I like that okay. You're way ahead of me then. All right i'll step back then and let you in can run that path. You're doing a good job. Well done all right. Let's hold off on bond the house to your debt free and having emergency fund in place and that is also gonna give you the side benefit of giving your heart your broken heart. Some time to heal drive is something we do when somebody pulls the the carpet out from under us is we start trying to grab for stability in. It feels like bond. Mom's house is going to give us a foundation and right. It's it's it's not. It's going to be another albatross around your neck right now because you can't afford it guy has i've lived here for twenty five years and this is where i grew up. Kid got you. There's your heart your heart is looking for a place that's going to receive it back right. Yes sir what i want you to do is stop looking at truck payments. Stop looking at other payment. Find out how much you owe get out of debt and let that be where you begin to get stability stability in taking steps after steps after steps towards a whole guy. Don't try to look in your past and try to recreate something you've had in. Your mom may say well then forget you know sell the house. That's what she chooses do. That's what she chooses to do. Go rent a one bedroom apartment while you climb out of this mess exactly but you can get there man exactly. So here's okay so can is giving you a path run on. John just gave you some really important words there The old joke is that broke. People tell you how much the payments are rich people tell you how much debt they got brighter. How much down. How much a month. That's broke people talk. How much is what rich people ask them in. So not how much death. But how mu- how much that's what they say not. Not how much down. How much money. So quick thinking of your debt in terms of payments. Start thinking of it as i have this much card that i have this much loan debt and i've got to get rid of it. You may have to sell your truck. You i mean you do what you gotta do. Brother get out of debt and find that the finest ability walking forward and the beautiful thing about that is it gives you something to focus on while your heart is healing. That's right and And you don't have to buy a house right now That house will be there. You're gonna get all this done probably a year and a half two years and then by the house from your mom probably what's going to happen Or you may decide. You don't want to live there. That's okay by the way open phones at triple eight eight to five five. Two to five scott is in las vegas. Hey scott welcome to the ramsey show. Eight on I just wanna thank you First of all food and your plan And your teachings on goals 'cause Between being debt free as of today i will be I i've lost it before pounds and we're talking about that didn't look at you. Oh so But my question is Light at the moment. I'm uninsurable.

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"benesch" Discussed on Good Boys Gone Bland

Good Boys Gone Bland

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Good Boys Gone Bland

"When they sat down in the room for this and they decided every single joke after joke after joke. You both said it now twice and i was. I was trying to find the word for fish out of water. The theme was trite. Every single joke was at the expense of cuba gooding. Junior's character because he had no idea what he was doing and it was funny for the first thirty minutes and then there was another hour of it joke after joke after joke after joke of him. Not being a person that would be used to the situation that he's in and then what you're saying i feel like this is an alaskans fantasy. In some ways. I think alaskans really liked fantasizing. Benesch is a big city person. come to alaska. And then they get their asses kicked by nature. They don't know what they're doing They're the idiots. You know things like that. And i think this movie epitomizes alaskans like how they wanna see themselves where it's like. Oh we're gruff in toughly shooting guns in the air and we like throw knives and we're so we know where salt of the earth people and this guy is a dumb ass who doesn't know anything. Eskimos style joke where he was like. We're going to settle their dispute. Eskimos style we roping nice. Alaskan breathing gets the dogs. And i see like my friggin five g. So i don't get it. I don't get a lot of choices. That's what i'm saying. Is this movie. Had a very short run time. Well not very short. Did oh man. Hour and forty minutes i saw for and reshot and a purpose and the things. They chose to write it like okay. How about this next time. You're making a movie that stars solely adults that's meant for a mixed audience. Give it to three twenty. Somethings who care a little bit about movies and say this makes fucking says. Don't put the shot in the movie because you're applying weird things. I don't figure you. we want to imply. Thanks that that will do. Wonders is moving. Maybe they already with with With shit nowadays disney movies. I feel they wanted to make this movie or pg thirteen in the disney movie and.

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"benesch" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Complained villages piecing quiet shattered by screaming and moaning from swingers about through troll area. Furious locals complained that their villages peace and quiet was shattered by screaming and moaning Just repeats it. Four hundred swingers took part in a four day sex best that included a mobile dungeon and bondage deem or demos with demons on four. Okay repeat it again. Oh my goodness yeah. This is definitely not a real article. Unfortunately it's going to be like that. That does coin poppy or whatever was using them. This is the happy camper is descended on fields near grantham lincolnshire on friday to take part in swing upon which was almost cancelled. Last week after organizers claimed it was too much hassle sounds professional. The most cancelled a week before. Well how hard could it really be to organize a festival for swingers. Right have no idea. So it's hot tubs. A naked singer benesch demos and missing mr swing on twenty twenty. One competition was on offer for kinky guests for two hundred euro dollar. He two zero ticket almost two hundred zero dollars. Take a little bit like post. It does does naked people they porcupine impossible used to have a sexton way back in the day. Oh my goodness no never heard of that. I was never there for any of the years that i went to go. It was never there for any. But as i hear it there was never anyone in there that you would have wanted to have fun with. Yeah i can imagine Anyways they should take a cue from pork festival if they don't want to organize that's fine. Just don't just just people show up and everybody will figure it out. It's pretty straightforward and pretty. Sure if they could figure it out. It can't be complicated at the very least to arrange one of these things unless you're trying to micromanage it but why even bother just just rent out the space and let people have a good time..

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"benesch" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It is free talk. Live six zero three two eight three six one six zero. If you wanna join the discussion six zero three two eight three six one six zero with you tonight. It's aria nikki and funny. And i'm working on eliminating some random issues that just appeared that mike arm apparently sucks and luckily i have a replacement here. But it's gonna take me more than four minutes to get that sorted out so bunny you just found an interesting story. Something about swingers right okay. You want to move to that one. I can pull that up more fun than trump and his much fun. Yeah not the first sentence basically all we need to know. He is suing them. And nobody thinks it's gonna work it probably. Won't he suing facebook and twitter. And i think some other places museum but this article from the sun ono. I think the sun is the one that we had with doj coin. Poppy to remember that. I don't i. Don't remember the me. You and angie covered the story area. It was oh. Yes i do remember. That was supposedly a lady. Put a gun up to a guy during sex and said that he had to give her all her all his doj coin. Yeah it's all coming back to me now. I remember that. I don't think that was real. But i think the sun is the same but we will find out if this is crazy or not. I don't think the sun the sun is just a right wing website. If i recall correctly okay. This one says it's from uk news at says something to moan about furious locals complained villages peace and quiet shattered by screaming and moaning from swingers about through be a troll. Goodness that's hilarious. Furious locals complained that their villages peace and quiet was shattered by screaming and moaning just repeats it. Four hundred swingers took part in a four day sex best that included a mobile dungeon and bondage steam or demos on said demons on two four. Okay have repeated again. Oh my goodness this is definitely not a real article. Unfortunately it's going to be like that That does coin poppy or whatever was using them is the happy camper is descended on fields near grantham lincolnshire on friday to take part in swing on which was almost cancelled. Last week. After organizers claimed it was too much hassle sounds professional the most cancelled week before. Well how hard could it really be to organize a festival for swingers. Right have no idea. So it's hot tubs. A naked singer benesch demos and a missing mr swing on twenty twenty. One competition was on offer for kinky guests for two hundred zero dollars. I mean he doing. Jiro ticket in less than two hundred zero dollars ticket. A little bit like pork. Best does does longtime naked people. They freedom festival used to have a sex dome way back in the day. My goodness no never heard of that i. It was never there for any of the years that i went to the ango. I'm never there for a years. And i went but as i hear it There was never anyone in there that you would have wanted to have fun with. Oh yeah i can imagine Anyways they should take a cue from fork best if they don't want to organize it that's fine just don't just people show up and everybody will figure it out. It's pretty straightforward and pretty. Sure they could figure it out. It can't be complicated at the very least to arrange one of these things unless you're trying to micromanage it but why even bother just just rent out the space and let people have a good time says couples could also enjoy adults bouncy castles which. I don't know how you make those adults. I guess being naked just by being naked. Yeah i guess. Any bouncy castle could be to an adult mount castle here naked. I don't know that you'd have to just put an adult there and then by definition bouncy castle right okay. I was just thinking adult so sexual. I don't know why a mobile dungeon a wet t-shirt competition and sleep in a four person. Yours all said to be right. Yes there's somebody that we know that lives in a year. Every time i mentioned him and says oh the guy that lives in a yurt. And i'll said i didn't know anyone lived in a yurt but i'm not one hundred percent. Sure what a year is a type of like it's not a teepee but it's like something that people would build back in like you know before america days i'm pretty sure in the united states or maybe like asia. You can make it out of leaves and stuff. But i don't know if that guys yours waves okay. It says the what's on guide for the adult. Only camp planned from thursday to sunday a lists other activities such as face painting burlesque cigar bars and lincoln park tribute band so bizarre choice right. That is kind of making it. Sound like a joke again. A joke video well. I'm pretty sure the whole thing is a joke. It's amusing nonetheless. Just the does coin. Poppy thing was a joke. I mean we realize that at the time we suspected it was fake but wasn't using though it was this is kind of creepy it says ticket holders were only given the location after booking and can only leave or emergency reasons according to formation provided online. We'll presumably you could leave. But then they wouldn't let you come back but that would be my guess otherwise a sort of kidnapping to find. Yeah you can't leave like it but it's illegal but they do. I don't know if this articles joking up but they do really have things like this. The swinger or swingers resorts and when there was a club in memphis tennessee. That was notorious with. I mean it was a swingers club essentially and you had to sign a release form and all sorts of stuff before you could even enter man. So i mean these things certainly exists. Now they're always. I'm always hearing stories about hotels being rented out for burry a furry not competition recon or chins real. It says. According to the swing on website there was also bedia. Sim demo a sweet bar. Outdoor cinema and clay pigeon shooting pigeon shooting brandom. What the heck is this like. Okay we have all of this stuff that's related to swinging. Oh but we're also shooting clay. Pigeons let's really weird. That's bizarre see. That is too much hassle to organize. Just have it rooms or people can have sex with other. People's wives are swingers. No i was just saying i. If we can have come they would be. They probably are swinging. Doesn't even seem like that much of a fetish to me. It just seems like i don't know people. They have sex while they're married. I know people like that. Yeah a lot of people are paulie yeah. It seems a little bit different than that. I think they know swinging just about the sex versus poly which is about the relationship. Yeah so i mean. I would characterize myself as polly but i'm not a swinger and i wouldn't want to be. I mean it's.

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"benesch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on KCRW

"Stream herbal from this morning is an episode about when to start talking about that cut. We give to the government million Brazilian host Jed Kim joins us now. Hey, my friend. Hey, David. Look, I get that when adolescent Olivia or no, uh, get their first W two job, we should talk taxes, but it's your sense working on this that parents might start earlier. Yeah, absolutely. Because our kids they pick up on whatever it is we're saying or feeling and we definitely have lots of fields when it comes to taxes, Think about like every tax season. Grown ups everywhere suddenly get like super stressed out, but we might never be explaining to our kids what's going on. And so since they see their parents getting stressed out, they won't want to bring it up. As a result, they'll just start fearing taxes. Know what tax info. Do You think you should give to a 12 and under Well, we took it as an opportunity to talk about priorities because our tax dollars go to things that our society at large has to be important. It really gets at the heart of what taxes are four and it makes you stop to think about where your priorities are. That's something your kids can understand. Sit down. Start with, I don't know form 60 to 51 alternative minimum tax. Probably not probably that. What's this about? Not assuming that everyone walks around in high dungeon about paying our taxes? Well, yeah, that was really interesting. We interviewed a tax policy expert named Ray New Zaretsky and she says, we actually kind of like paying taxes, and that's because we do understand that they go towards making our life more livable. But she says the key is it's got to be a good tax. Good tax is going to be fair. It's going to be felt equally by everybody relative to their ability to pay and they're going to understand why they have to pay it. How it's collected and how it's used. So it's when we think someone isn't paying their fair shared. That's when we get mad. And when we're exhausted, filling out all the forms of tax time. Hey, Before we go, the million Brazilian people over there have been shaking down our colleagues for their acting skills. Yeah, one of my favorite things is making them say kind of ridiculous things. And so I have a clip of Sabrina Benesch er, who is your fill in host sometimes And initially he is playing the role of Robin Hood. Who? No, sir. I've simply rescued your sales tax from that broccoli shop coming for you next, David. Okay. Hey, I'm descended from Desbiens. So I'm ready, pal. I don't miss the marketplace Kids podcast called million bazillion with host Jed Kim. Jed. Always good to connect. Thanks so much, David..

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"benesch" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH

Charlas sobre TDAH

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH

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"benesch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Me? Yes. Fun. Sports flag. All right, Carrington, first up. Let's take a quick check of the baseball scoreboard. They're playing in the top of the 10th and the Nationals and Yankees are Headed to Washington with runners on the corners and nobody out right now. Is there all this? Chapman's trying to get out of his jam. Meanwhile, bottom seven. The Giants leave the Padres 51 and the A's have a 32 lead over the Rays. Top seven. The Twins and Tigers airtight it too. Top of this second, the Indians leave. The Reds won Nothing and the Marlins have a one Nothing lead over the Brewers in the bottom of the first Earlier today, Paul Goldschmidt and Yadier Molina drove in three runs apiece to help the Cardinals deck. The Rockies 98. And the Cubs edge the Pirates 32 met Duffy had the go ahead R B I single in the seventh for Chicago. The Mets continue their serious against the Diamondbacks at Citi Field tonight. Good news regarding Ace Jacob to Graham, who is expected to start in the series finale tomorrow after being scratched on Tuesday, start with tightness in his lap. Are seven games in the MBA tonight, including the Blazers tipping off against the Spurs in board in Portland. The Lakers air off following last night's five point loss to the Blazers, which dropped out laying to seven place in the Western Conference standings of full game behind Portland. With five games to go, Pelican Star forward Sion Williamson will be out indefinitely with a fractured left finger. An injury team executive David Griffin says could have been avoided if the league did a better job officiating their star player, no timetable for Zion's return. He sustained the injury during Tuesday's win over Golden State. They were a couple of matinees in the NHL Today. The Rangers closed out their season with a 54 win in Boston because of Benesch ad scored twice and popular. Butch Nevins had three assists there. Jeff Carter scored to help the Penguins like the sabers, one zip. Jets head coach Robert Sallis says he hopes the team can lock up an extension with safety Marcus made you have Joe Douglas said He planned to re visit the talks after the draft. The two sides have until July 15th to get a deal done and from golf. Keith Mitchell sits atop the leader board at nine under after three rounds of the Wells Fargo Championship. Mitchell carted off 566 today for a two shot lead over worry McElroy.

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"benesch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A federal judge has struck down the nationwide hold on evictions during pandemic, saying the CDC didn't have the authority. Marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. What's the immediate effect? Well, David. The judge struck down theory actions moratorium, but then granted a stay on her ruling after that, so right now, no immediate effect, while the Justice Department appeals The CDC moratorium is still in effect. The concern is what happens shouldn't appeal court struck down the moratorium, too. Then we could start to see some serious consequences. We spoke about this with Emily Ben for She chairs the American Bar Association's covert 19 Task Force Committee on Eviction. It has the potential to cause widespread eviction to open the floodgates to increase. Health and equity among black and Latin next renters across the country. All right. Don't overdo renters have other protections from eviction. They do. A lot of renters are protected by states of dozens of them have their own moratoriums. Here's Emily bumper Agan. There are just over a dozen state moratorium remaining across the country that the same time 19 state governors and state supreme courts have adopted or amended and added to the CDC moratorium locally. So all of this concern about potential evictions and the stay of the judge's ruling. All of this could be blunted by some $50 billion in assistance for renters that Congress has funded. It's been slow rolling out, and groups representing landlords say that's really the answer at this point rental assistance, not more eviction bands, David All right now, but thank you, Mark. It's good news on people signing up for unemployment benefits the job market there. It's lower. Still in the last week 498,000 new pandemic low The Dow is up 33 points the S and P is down to 10%. The NASDAQ is down 6/10 Percent. Now the U. S government recent years has kept a closer eye on foreign companies buying US firms as well as the export of certain technologies. Transactions involving China are a key part of this. The Biden administration is keeping to the policy, but it's some cost marketplaces, Sabrin Benesch or has that Chris Greiner is an attorney. It struck and struck in love on he represents companies when they have to go before Sofia's the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U. S. This is the government office that vets foreign acquisitions of U. S companies. Raina remembers one tech company whose acquisition by Chinese investors was rejected by the committee. The client keeps going back to the Chinese investors. I said, Well, you just got turned down. Why you doing this? Well, they're offering three times the value of the company's okay, maybe we have think about. Is this a real business? Fiore? What's what's behind that. Buying a company is a way to access technology. And if the technology is sensitive, say aye, or quantum computing related That compose a national security threat in the view of the U. S government, particularly if the buyer is in China or has links to the Chinese military. Adam Segal is with the Council on Foreign Relations. There were some legitimate security concerns about the tips technologies the Chinese were acquiring and how they would have an impact on Chinese military capabilities. In 2018 Congress expanded Citius at one point it had four employees that now has upwards of 50. Its largest division, is now sifting through past deals that have already been completed to make sure none got through. That shouldn't have. David Hanky is a partner of errant Fox law firm. He worked on the city's expansion. The pandemic has really, I think expanded the focus of Cynthia's to consider things that previously might not have been thought of his national security. Pharmaceuticals, for example, even real estate. Separately, the Commerce Department has started to pay closer attention to what the U. S exports to China, For instance, it blocked the export of certain supercomputers in early April at a concern it would build up Chinese military technology. Increased scrutiny has led to an intended chilling effect. Chinese Foreign Direct investment in the U. S has slowed since 2016. We know the direction this is going. James Lewis is a senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. It's towards greater splitting of the two supply chains. But if we do it, the wrong way will hurt hurt ourselves. Lewis says. U. S and Chinese supply chains are deeply intertwined and disentangling them too far is a risk. When you talked to American chip companies or the equipment makers, they feel like they need to sell the China to keep the revenue streams that let's do the RND on the next generation of technology. As the Biden administration completes a review of U. S supply chain vulnerability, It will have to consider just how far decoupling should go in New York. I'm sorry Ben. Ashore for Marketplace.

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"benesch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To have you along, everybody. This is one of those days where we take the big economic story of the moment. And we tell you about it in a couple of different ways. The A list economies today, of course. Was word this morning from the Commerce Department that January through March of this year, the American economy grew at an end realized rate of 6.4%, the fastest quarterly growth we've seen since Ronald Reagan's first term. But as I believe we've said a time or two on this program. If you just read the headlines, you're missing. Most of the story marketplaces to bring Benesch or gets is going We are very close to getting back to pre pandemic GDP within 1% now so yeah, pretty close. Indeed. Paul Ashworth is chief U. S economist of Capital Economics. But where we were a year ago is not where we would be now if the pandemic had never happened, But you know what we're actually pretty close to getting there, too, will probably reach it in the third quarter of this year and beat it in the fourth. Constance Hunter is chief economist of KPMG. Not only are we getting back to where we would have been, we're going to do about 1.5% points better, she says. By the end of the year, none of this is normal. Recovery from recessions is not usually this fast or this strong. That does not usually happen. But we also usually do not give this much fiscal assistance and this targeted physical assistance. But you know all this stuff. It sounds great. I mean, it is great, but it's not getting Paul Angle King her job back. I have applied for full time permanent works, and I'm not getting it. Angle King is 55. She worked in TV production and then writing in the twin cities at the begining the pandemic. She was laid off in July and hasn't been able to find anything since. And she might just stop looking. I had friends thing. You know, Paula, you might not be able to get another full time job. We're still eight million jobs, short restaurants in your office Buildings, convention centers. All these things. We don't know what's gonna happen with them. Susan Hausmann is with the Upjohn Institute. There's reasons to believe that there will be significant structural change in where we live and how we work. The economy we get after the pandemic is not the one we had going into it, and that means it will take some time for the human part of the economy to adjust, and that's what you won't see in a GDP number. In New York. I'm so prevent ashore for marketplace. That was good line. Actually, that thing about the human part of this economy not being reflected in GDP because that's real. But anyway, what's agree was saying makes sense, right talking about the economy now versus the economy in the before times, one way to show how we're doing, but consider this for a minute, bigger picture more than a year into this pandemic. It's getting hard to really clearly remember what the pre pandemic times looked like and The question I started with Is that an economy? We necessarily want to work to get back to you. Marketplaces. Kristin Schwab has that one. It's easy to look back at the pre pandemic economy. All starry eyed unemployment was low and pay for low wage workers was rising. But I don't want to suggest that back period was a golden era for American workers. Harry Holzer is a professor of public policy at Georgetown and a former chief economist at the Department of Labor, He says we were making up for decades of job stagnation and loss before we got to relish in a few good years of growth. That isn't even the benchmark. We should use post pandemic because the labor market would have grown in the interim year to year and a half, so it's more about making up for the job's not just that we lost but that would have been created. Plus for certain groups of people. The old normal wasn't so good. Austin Clemens is with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. We really need to do a better job at thinking about the economy, not as This huge monolith But as many different households different levels of earnings different levels of skills before the pandemic, he says, income for high earners rose twice as much as low earners. Black workers were seeing historically low unemployment. But we're still almost twice as likely to be jobless as white workers and lots of people were struggling in ways data didn't catch Elizabeth on or not is an economist at Barnard College. I think that a lot of women are not eager to go back to pretending that they don't have families. Some women who stopped working to take care of their kids may not go back on a nut says she'd like to see that become a new major economic indicator, along with food and security and unemployment for black women, because when that number goes down, things are going well for everyone. But for now, a move towards pre pandemic levels gives us some assurance that the economy is turning a corner. I'm Kristin Schwab for Marketplace on Wall Street, the day all sunshine and light. I will tell you what we'll have the details when we do the numbers. So you probably heard or definitely heard of the president's speech.

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"benesch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"benesch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today this one is the 29th of April. Good is always to have you along, everybody. This is one of those days where we take the big economic story of the moment. And we tell you about it in a couple of different ways. The A list economies today, of course. Was word this morning from the Commerce Department that January through March of this year, the American economy grew at an end realized rate of 6.4%, the fastest quarterly growth we've seen since Ronald Reagan's first term. But as I believe we've said a time or two on this program if you just read the headlines. You're missing. Most of the story marketplaces to bring Benesch or gets is going We are very close to getting back to pre pandemic GDP within 1% now so yeah, pretty close. Indeed. Paul Ashworth is chief U. S economist at Capital Economics. But where we were a year ago is not where we would be now if the pandemic had never happened, But you know what we're actually pretty close to getting there, too, will probably reach it in the third quarter of this year and beat it in the fourth. Constance Hunter is chief economist of KPMG. Not only are we getting back to where we would have been, we're going to do about 1.5% points better, she says. By the end of the year, none of this is normal. Recovery from recessions is not usually this fast or this strong. That does not usually happen. But we also usually do not give this much fiscal assistance and This targeted physical assistance. But you know all this stuff. It sounds great. I mean, it is great, but it's not getting Paul Angle King her job back. I have applied for Little time permanent work, and I'm not getting it. Angle King is 55. She worked in TV production and then writing in the twin cities at the begining the pandemic. She was laid off in July and hasn't been able to find anything since. And she might just stop looking. I had friends thing you know, Paula You might not be able to get another full time job. We're still eight million jobs, short restaurants in your office Buildings, convention centers. All these things. We don't know what's gonna happen with them. Susan Hausmann is with the Upjohn Institute. There's reasons to believe that there will be significant structural change in where we live and how we work. The economy we get after the pandemic is not the one we had going into it, and that means it will take some time for the human part of the economy to adjust, and that's what you won't see in a GDP number. In New York. I'm so prevent ashore for marketplace That was good line. Actually, that thing about the human part of this economy not being reflected in GDP, cause that's real. Right anyway. What's the brain was saying makes sense, right? Talking about the economy now versus the economy in the before times, one way to show how we're doing, but consider this for a minute, bigger picture more than a year into this pandemic. It's getting hard to really, really clearly remember what the pre pandemic times looked like and The question I started with Is that an economy? We necessarily want to work to get back to you. Marketplaces Kristin Schwab has now it's easy to look back at the pre pandemic economy. All starry eyed unemployment was low and pay for low wage workers was rising. But I don't want to suggest that back period was a golden era. For American workers. Harry Holzer is a professor of public policy at Georgetown and a former chief economist at the Department of Labor, He says we were making up for decades of job stagnation in Los before we got to relish in a few good years of growth. That isn't even the benchmark. We should use post pandemic because the labor market would have grown in the interim year to year and a half, so it's more about making up for the job's not just that we lost but that would have been created. Plus first certain groups of people The old normal wasn't so good. Austin Clemens is with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. We really need to do a better job at thinking about the economy, not as This huge monolith But as many different households different levels of earnings different levels of skills before the pandemic, he says, income for high earners rose twice as much as low earners. Black workers were seeing historically low unemployment, but we're still almost twice as likely to be jobless as white workers and lots of people were struggling in ways data didn't catch Elizabeth on a knot is an economist at Barnard College. I think that a lot of women are not eager to go back to pretending that they don't have families. Some women who stopped working to take care of their kids may not go back on a nut says she'd like to see that become a new major economic indicator, along with food and security and unemployment for black women, because when that number goes down Things are going well for everyone. But for now, a move towards pre pandemic levels gives us some assurance that the economy is turning a corner. I'm Kristin Schwab for Marketplace on Wall Street today, all sunshine and light. I will tell you what. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. So you probably heard or definitely heard of the president's.

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"benesch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"benesch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And hopes that Maybe soon ish. We're going to start driving and flying and going places again. But 2020 put big oil through the wringer. Exxon Mobil reported a loss all in of more than $22 billion. Royal Dutch Shell said today its profits dropped 71% last year from a year earlier. And if the pandemic wasn't enough, there is, as you know a whole bunch of new momentum toward a less carbon e future, tell marketplaces Supreme Benesch or looked at the oil industry of the medium term future. It is not just Exxon and Shell. BP lost $5.7 billion last year. Kanako Phillips out 2.7. Chevron lost 5.5 billion, 2020 saw the steepest decline in oil demand in modern history. The been to hell and back Michael Lynch's president of strategic energy and economic research. More than 500, oil and gas related companies declared bankruptcy last year. The survivors Are taking a long, hard look at efficiency, according to Clark's that Chayefsky with accounting firm BDO, finding the most effective way to get every molecule out of the ground, plus shutting down expensive wells, trimming investments and new ones, Lynch says the next two quarters should actually see modest profits. People should be careful about thinking that the panda make reflects a new normal. Very different. Normal is coming a lower carbon normal Europe has legally committed itself to being carbon neutral by 2050. The Biden administration has rejoined the Paris climate agreement. Duane Dixon leads US oil, gas and chemicals at Deloitte the transition It's going to take awhile. Nothing's gonna happen overnight, and different Oil companies are getting ready for the future at different paces, beak leading edge off this process. The first movers are in Europe available. China is an energy analyst at Raymond James. British Petroleum, for example, has said it wants to ramp up investment in renewable energy tenfold. The earlier companies can establish Foothold in these emerging opportunities, the better it will be, because five years from now it will be much more crowded and competitive. American oil producers like Exxon and Chevron have been slower to make grand commitments, but they have time..

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"benesch" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"benesch" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm gauge one more than 1000. Protesters across Russia have reportedly been detained in a second weekend of demonstrations. Tens of thousands hit the streets demanding the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny Navalny is President Vladimir Putin's loudest critic. The upper Midwest is getting socked with several inches of snow making for dangerous travel. Chicago Streets and Sanitation Commissioner John Tully is asking people to stay off the road and allow plows to clear the streets. We ask those who need to be on the road travel with caution and just their speed based on road conditions, the snowstorms working its way across the Great Lakes. And into the Northeast. Former President Donald Trump has broken with his lead impeachment lawyers just a week before he is set to go to trial in the US Senate, which powers and Deborah Bar beer have reportedly left the defense team in what's being called a mutual decision that reportedly had a difference of opinion on how the case should be defended. Former President Trump is set to stand trial February 8th on a charge of inciting an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. Two men who've been ideas members of the proud boys are indicted on federal conspiracy charges related to the capital Riot, Dominic that solo and William Peppy were originally arrested on charges of illegal entry teachers in Chicago could walk off the job Monday if an agreement isn't reached between Chicago public schools in the teacher's union about re opening schools, too, in class learning more from news nation. It's Roger Benesch. Only students whose parents opted them into returning to school buildings will return while the other students will remain online. But Chicago teachers say the buildings and the safety protocols are still not safe enough for anyone to return. That having to teach students in person and online at the same time is unfair to the students. Negotiations continues Sunday Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation. Now, after news around the clock, I'm Dave's one. A winter storm warning continues until Sunday evening at six o'clock on and off light to moderate snow fall expected throughout our Sunday breezy as well with highs in the lower thirties. The snow eventually comes to an end here Sunday night. We could see accumulations between three and as much as nine inches across the area Gonna be cloudy overnight Sunday night, with temperatures dropping into the upper twenties, decreasing cause Monday with highs and lower thirties and partly cloudy Tuesday with highs.

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"benesch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"benesch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It is Thursday. Today, everybody the 28th Day of January. Good is always have you along. We have now, it seems entered the lawsuit phase of the game stop frenzy that his ticker symbol G. M E, by the way as the volatility and that company shares And those of AMC, the movie chain, BlackBerry, BB and Nokia and Okay, continue to paste this morning Robin Hood, the platform of choice for a lot of what's been happening and smother retail brokerage firms as well started restricting trading on those shares. Lawyers have gotten involved in. What has been started with these trades is nowhere near over, but we thought it might be a good idea to recap what we know. Look at why it's happening. And try to figure out where it might lead marketplaces to bring Benesch or is going to do that for us. All in two minutes. Here you go. So game stop. The video game store has not been doing so well. You've got some big investors who are shorting the stock, meaning they are betting the stock is going to go down like they will make money if it goes down. Hedge funds and other investors and other traitors and believe the Gamestop is overvalued because it's a brick and mortar chain. John Jacobs directs Georgetown's center for financial Markets and policy. And then you've got people who are betting game stop. Stock is gonna go up and a lot of these people are non Wall Street people. That's a small day traders who are coming to the market place sometimes for the first time, these two groups are fighting millions of small day traders are chatting with each other on Reddit, egging each other on to buy more..

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"benesch" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"benesch" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"benesch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"benesch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"You want to get something from point A to point B. In this economy, Chances are real good. It's going to get there on a truck. Trucking companies have been complaining for years. About a shortage of one kind of very essential worker truckers, one of many reasons, freight costs are high, a situation exacerbated by the pandemic. But filling out that labor pool had already been getting harder last year, due in part to increase access true drug test results for truckers And this your national drug testing data base is about to enter its second year marketplaces pre Benesch or has more on that. It's hard to run a trucking company. If you can't find truckers, Mary Ball works for heading your trucking in Missouri. At one point, they had 17 truckers. Now they have nine. It's not fun at all. We really struggled to get people in here. Nationally. Speaking part of the issue is demographics. Sean Garni is VP of scope, elitist consulting. Truck drivers in general are older than the general working population, which means that there are more of them retiring and it's hard to find new drivers. You gotta be 21 to get a commercial driver's license, and by that age people have invested in other careers. Bob Costello, chief economist with the American Trucking Association, says the pandemic made things worse. You can't train is many new drivers to the industry. When you talk to truck driver training schools, they have trained 20 to 50% fewer drivers in 2020 compared to 2019. This year. On top of all of that drug tests, A federal clearing house went into effect early last January that allowed states and companies to share drug test results nationwide. So a driver who fails the test in one state can't just go drive in another. Tens of thousands of drivers have been disqualified again, Sean Garni. It's hard to deny the fact that 47,000 drivers have been identified as you notable to operate a commercial motor vehicle since the beginning the clearinghouse. Half of the violations are for marijuana, a drug that is increasingly legal or tolerated in many states, but is a controlled substance at the federal level. Here's Mary Bowl again over it, heading our shipping. She says. Some drivers are put off. We've had some that have said Yes, until they found out about having to register with the drug and alcohol clearing house and they didn't want to do that. Of course, one consequence of high demand for truckers could be better pay in New York. I'm simply been ashore for marketplace Busses in Washington, D C. Are charging for rides again. Fares had been waived since beginning back in March, Passengers got on through the back doors as a way to keep drivers safe. Collecting payments again is an indicator of how transit systems are just trying to hang on until things go back to normal or Really? Whatever the new normal is going to be. Ridership is down in every major city. As we have been telling you. Marketplaces Kristin Schwab has more now on how transit funding an investment could change. Transit ridership had been falling long before the pandemic..

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The big problem for small business? Finding qualified people to hire

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:13 min | 3 years ago

The big problem for small business? Finding qualified people to hire

"Start today. Exploring feelings specifically how small business owners are feeling about the economy. They had a more positive. Take on the future Chur in October compared to September. That's according to a monthly survey from the National Federation of Independent Business responded said they are making capital investments and raising raising employee. Pay or at least planning to but their number one challenge finding qualified people to hire marketplace's Sabrina Benesch or has more on. That things are looking up at clean choice energy that we're hearing really optimistic about Where every now and the next eighteen months or more more Kate Kohler is chief staff at clean choice? It offers renewable energy sources. The company has thirty percent more employees than it did last year but she still has a dozen in positions to fill it is really the stiff competition and the candidates were interviewing or intervene at other firms is well nearly a quarter of businesses in the survey said. Their top concern was finding qualified. People either to grow the business or even just to maintain it. According to Joe Galvin Chief Research Officer for Advisory Advisory Firm Vestige. Chances Are you're higher replace. Some of you left your organization to go somewhere else to attract people clean choice. Energy is focusing on its green ethos off Every organization able to offer thirty percent of small firms said Dave increased compensation to attract workers Rebecca Hamilton co-ceo of WS Badger. It makes organic skincare products. She says the companies increased pay and benefits. We have an in house daycare center so we have flexible. WHOA hours? You know the onsite gym say Yoga classes on say Akito the NF Ibiza. Small businesses are paying for higher compensation with higher sales in savings things. Joseph Bruce Willis chief economist with consulting firm. RSM isn't sure sustainable. They're willing to offer more compensation but attended today. Were likely not to because of they slowing economy and a contraction and probably Bernie trains in other words. Small businesses can afford to fight over talent as long as consumers. Keep buying in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for

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Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

"Anyway to actually get going today this from the New York State Department of Financial Services. It's investigating whether the Apple Card back as you might know by Goldman Sachs discriminates emanates against women that after a weekend twitter tempest in which a tech entrepreneur complained that his wife was given a much lower credit limit than he was. Even though her credit score was better than his and they share assets another person who complained about the same thing this from the irony department. The CO founder of Apple. Steve Wozniak Jack Marketplace's Supreme Benesch. War has the nuts and bolts of how all of this stuff gets decided. How much money is your Credit Card GonNa let you borrow? The biggest factor here is going to be your credit report Joe. Gonzales is an analyst group Wallethub. That's obviously where the largest wealth of information on you as things like how how on time you are when paying your bill. How long the length of your credit history? How much do you owe? How much do you make? That's all the standard stuff. But then there's there's a whole other layer of information that can be used. How long does the bank or credit card to think you're gonNA stick with them? Are you brand loyal. Apple obviously has lots of information in about a lot of people. Jonathan Iraqi is a principal at millman quantitative consulting firm for the financial industry but the exact recipe. We don't know it's a secret secret sauce for every credit card issuer and it can change the fact that we have to guess what exactly is going on. That's part of the reason why the New York Department of Financial Services is investigating Linda. Eh lacewell is New York Superintendent Financial Services. This is what's known as a black box where there's no visibility into how these credit decisions are being made and when consumers are applying for financial services and products they're entitled as a matter of consumer protection to understand how these decisions are being made in a statement. Goldman says it basis credit limits on individual factors so two members of the same family might get very different numbers it also said it does not take gender into account when setting credit credit limits in New York. I'm sorry bencher for

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Chipmakers are cause for broader concern

90.3 KAZU Programming

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Chipmakers are cause for broader concern

"Know, it's hard out there for a semiconductor chip manufacturer broadcom announced this week, it missed its earnings targets for the second quarter lowered expectations for the rest of the year two that did a number on broadcom share stock and a half a dozen other chipmakers electronics manufacturers as well. And none of that reports, marketplace's Benesch your bodes. Well, for the global economy things are going to get better. It'll be okay. Twenty nineteen it's going to be when things turn around that is what the US semiconductor industry has been telling itself, and everybody else for the past six months. Tristen garra is an analyst with our WBZ. About dairy patients for a week. And then the US China trade negotiations fell apart, the US government blacklisted, one of the semiconductor industries big customers why? And when US based broadcom, major supplier of why reported it had missed earnings yesterday. The trade wars collateral damage was made plain for all to see the high hopes for twenty nine nine came crashing down. It was a punch to tech investors. Daniel is managing director at Wedbush securities, not only head broadcom lost out on sales to why way orders in general were down is that this could be a canary in McColl mine for broader weakness, ahead brought her weakness, not just for other chipmakers. But for the entire tech sector uncertainty is debilitating for companies with complex supply chains. Like cell phone manufacturers. And there's a specific concern that a cycle of retaliation between the US and China is kicking in where US tech companies will be targeted. Craig else is with be Riley. F B R. The sector is at affective leading. Indicator for broader economic trend. Not only is the semiconductor industry. A bellwether for the economy else says, recently, it's been foreshadowing moves in the

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Don't look at corporate earnings for clues on how the economy is doing

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Don't look at corporate earnings for clues on how the economy is doing

"Word as we get going here, and that word is prophets corporate profits. It can be tempting on daylight today. When we get earnings reports from the name just a couple G E G M McDonald's MasterCard and apple it can be tempting to read into them perhaps more than one should to wonder whether they are telling us something about the economy writ large, you could give into that temptation. But as marketplace's Abry Benesch, your reports, your best not because corporate profits are not the economic indicators. You might want them to be there is a saying back in the day. You might hurt it. What's good for GM's? Good to the United States. Pete Earl is a research fellow at the American Institute for economic research that saying is based on a quote by the CEO of General Motors back in nineteen Fifty-three. He actually said what was good for our country was good. For General Motors and vice versa. Anyway, that's not really always true today. For example, we own Commons. Williams meat is CEO of SMID capital management. Cummins is a builder of heavy equipment and Cummins had a very good report today and Cummings is very economically sensitive company, but they have a lot of their sales outside the United States outside the United States. The country's biggest companies are multinational, they have footprints, and tentacles all around the globe. How they are doing depends on a lot more than just the US economy, and even within the US earnings have much more to do with the individual struggles and disruptions of a particular industry or business model than the economy. At large also earnings are slow to react to things like GDP growth says petrol corporate earnings they are something of a lagging indicator plus low it's not like corporations take truth serum. When they report earnings, they don't tell you everything for can manage their accounts who satisfy. Analysts and investors. Vince Reinhart is chief economist with Mellon corporate CEO's also managed their conversation in their earnings calls put their firm in the best light. That's at one way. Corporate earnings can be useful as a window into the economy is as an opportunity to listen to what CEOs are talking about what they're worried about what they expect from the future. But generally, speaking earnings like markets are not the economy and the economy isn't a particular companies aren't things

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AT&T faces challenge of paying off debt while investing in expanded services

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:59 min | 4 years ago

AT&T faces challenge of paying off debt while investing in expanded services

"If you owe the Bank one hundred dollars jay-paul getting one said, it's your problem. You're the Bank one hundred million dollars. It's the bank's problem yo a hundred and sixty nine billion dollars could be everybody's prompt from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. On car result is Wednesday today. The twenty fourth of April good as always to have you along everybody we begin in corporate America today. We're quarterly earnings reports have been the barometer the past couple of weeks AT and T had. It's turn this morning. Did find not quite as good as everybody had been guessing. But fine, the real story of AT and T though, an increasing number of businesses in this economy is it's giant pile of debt company promised last year. It was going to do something about how much it owed, and it is trying to make good. It has lost hundreds of thousands of TV and wireless subscribers as it's moved money away from promotions into paying down that debt, but for dealing with debt free TNT and others could be a problem down the road. Marketplace's Benesch or has the story. A so AT and T owes a hundred sixty nine billion dollars debt levels are really really high. I mean, they haven't been most. Debt of any public US company right now Keat Snyder is an industry analyst with CF RA AT and T has a lot of stuff in needs to do like get more content for HBO develop a streaming service. Roll out five G networks. This is all expensive bad debt load is acting is kind of financial handcuffs to them. Why did it take on all this debt in the first place own part because it could interest rates have been super low for a decade? You're a company, and you can borrow at these very low rates, and you have something to do with the money, you'd be kind of crazy not to do it. Kenneth Rogoff is a professor of economics at Harvard corporate debt in general nearly doubled in the past twelve years from less than five trillion dollars to more than nine trillion dollars. The problem is that some of the people borrowing our borrowing with vary. You restrictions. They're going down into much chunkier kinds of debt. He says there could be one or even two trillion dollars worth of this kind of debt out there. And it's mostly not companies like AT and T whose debt is. Investment grade. It's small and medium sized companies. It presents a risk certainly if and when we head into our next recession Carl tanenbaum is chief economist at Northern Trust, the when you have lower rated corporate debt, what that means is that the distance between performance and default is that much shorter depending on how intertwined in the broader financial system. All this debt is defaults could be distabilise for the economy. Unfortunately, the best way to find out is further to be another recession for now a recession in the next year or seems unlikely so debt-laden companies may have a little longer to clean up their books, but not forever in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace.

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