28 Burst results for "Blackstone Group"
Fresh update on "blackstone group" discussed on Joe Pags
"20, with judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie all signing on for the ABC return. Ryan Seacrest is also coming back to host when the show is back in the spring of 2022. Last year, Idol won its time slot with adults 18 to 49 for a second year in a row and was the number four unscripted series with total viewers. Her friends and her mom. Hate go down on the bed. Dude, Cry baby. She gave me a new report says the baby could have prevented being removed from numerous festivals like the New York governor's ball Following his ran at the 2021 rolling loud Miami billboard reporting that the rapper had plans to make an apology video expressing remorse for the homophobic statements. He made it rolling loud. According to sources, the clip was supposed to be played prior to babies. Lollapalooza's that last weekend. But the video apology was never given. The North Carolina native was ultimately removed from the lineup for that reason and replaced with young thug. The news comes after the baby issued a formal apology via Instagram Reese Witherspoon's media company. Hello, Sunshine is getting a new owner. The Wall Street Journal reports the private equity giant Blackstone Group, based out of New York City bought it for about $900 million. Witherspoon and CEO Sarah Harding are said to be on board and we'll keep equity in the company The Sundance Film Festival is returning this year. With new stipulations. All those who are participating will need to be vaccinated. That includes volunteers, audience members as well as the artists themselves at the Park City. Utah Festival. That's entertainment. Jennifer Belzoni, NBC news radio. I'm.
Fresh update on "blackstone group" discussed on John McGinness
"And her mom had to go down on the bed. Dude, cry baby. She gave me a new report says the baby could have prevented being removed from numerous festivals like the New York governor's ball Following his ran at the 2021 rolling loud Miami billboard reporting that the rapper had plans to make an apology video expressing remorse for the homophobic statements. He made it rolling loud. According to sources, the clip was supposed to be played prior to babies. Lollapalooza's that last weekend. But the video apology was never given. The North Carolina native was ultimately removed from the lineup for that reason and replaced with young thug. The news comes after the baby issued a formal apology via Instagram Reese Witherspoon's media company. Hello, Sunshine is getting a new owner. The Wall Street Journal reports the private equity giant Blackstone Group, based out of New York City bought it for about $900 million. Witherspoon and CEO Sarah Harding are set to be on board and we'll keep equity in the company The Sundance Film Festival is returning this year. With new stipulations. All those who are participating will need to be vaccinated. That includes volunteers, audience members as well as the artists themselves at the Park City, Utah from California's capital city. This is Sacramento's.
Fresh update on "blackstone group" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Away. Anyone with information is asked to call national City Police Carlsbad Police released the identity of a woman killed in a holiday park shooting on Saturday night. 28 year old Sarah Martinez was killed. Her 27 year old friend has serious wounds after being shot. His name has not been released, and there's no suspect description. The U. S lends a hand to Afghans who helped American forces in the war torn country State Department this week announcing a new resettlement program for Afghans who assisted the United States but who did not qualify for special immigrant visas. We will do everything we can Help them, including making these different avenues of arrival to the United States for this group of people possible. Secretary of State Antony Blinken are Obligation. I believe this in the first instance to make sure that we are making good on our commitments to those who in particular, put themselves on the line put their families on the line. The program does have one stumbling block applicants must leave Afghanistan to start the process that can take 12 to 14 months. They have to go to a third country and the United States won't support their travel or stays, Either that Steve Rapoport reporting the governor of Texas and the mayor of Houston could end up mano a mano after a new city health order, Houston City workers are being too They must resume where a mass while on the job, But the requirement could contradict Governor Greg Abbott's most recent executive order banning such mandates. Mayor Sylvester Turner issue the Mask mandate Monday. Last month governor repeated his executive order banning mask mandates by any state county or local government entity. The Houston mask mandate comes as Covid hospitalizations across the state continue to rise due to the delta variant. Today's plan. Test launch of the Boeing Starliner capsule is being delayed again. Bowing ruled out a software glitch as a problem that was detected on a thruster position indicator. Starliner capsule and the Atlas five rocket that will send it into space will be rolled back inside the hangar. The mission is the second test flight for Starliner capsule that will be used to ferry people to the International space station. A new launch date has not been set. It's going to cost more to watch the Padres next year. But how much Mm. Don't know. Yet. Weekend games are also going to start weekday games will start earlier season ticket holders got that news in an email from the club CEO. It's the first price hike in about five years. And weeknight home games will start next year at 6 40 instead of 7 10, the club says it may consider earlier start times in future seasons based on feedback, the email says. The policy of bringing in outside food and drinks will be modified soon. So baseball used to be the affordable sport where you could. You know, you could take your family to a baseball game, and it was relatively cheap. I have a feeling that those days are coming to an end. Just kinda like going to Disneyland now. Yeah, like 1000 bucks gone three sweaters. Spoons. Media Uh Reese Witherspoon's media company. Hello, Sunshine. Always think of Hello fresh. I don't know why is getting a new owner. The Wall Street Journal reports the private equity giant Blackstone Group. Bought it for. Okay. Guess what? Guess how much they bought her company for a billion dollars close? No, I was just making that up $900 million to a billion dollars. Essentially, Witherspoon and CEO Sarah Harden are set to be on the board and we'll still keep equity in the company. Witherspoon says she started the company to change the way women are seen in media. She said. The partnership with Blackstone will allow for the company to tell more stories about women. A judge sides with Johnny Depp and his ongoing battle with his ex wife, Amber heard Johnny Depp got a judge to side with him in his battle with ex wife Amber heard that will force the charity to reveal whether the actress lived up to her promise to donate her $7 million divorce settlement that was granted a partial petition by New York Judge That ordered the American Civil Liberties Union to release documents to confirm whether her donated his lawyers have alleged heard was lying, and that may have cost him his libel case against the sun, in which a judge ruled that a headline that he was a wife beater was substantially true. Lawyers for news group newspapers, which owns the Sun and Fox News. Insisted heard was not lying and that she was pledging to pay it out. Over time. You almost think that these two should get back together just to save other people from them? Why do I think she's googling places? I can donate stuff? It don't know. I need to give away $7 Million worth of stuff. Google? What do I do? Alexa, help Oh, I gave it to goodwill. Fish? Yeah. Hear the stories trending FDA is looking to give the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine full approval by Labor Day After canceling the previous bid from the last two years. The sports arena site will continue on redevelopment. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo disputing a report claiming he sexually harassed multiple women calling it biased and unfair. We have your traffic your weather three minutes away. Cocoa news time. 5 47 the Gemayel.
Panasonic to buy U.S. software firm Blue Yonder for $6.5 billion
"Firm Blue Yonder for $6.4 billion, the Japanese electronics term's biggest acquisition since 2011. Japanese newspaper Nikkei says while Panasonic last year about a 20% stake in blue yonder, it is now in the final stages of acquiring the rest from shareholders, including Blackstone Group. That's your money now, not such a good day for Amazon
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The crash. Seven passengers suffered minor injuries after one part of the articulated bus fell 50 ft onto a highway ramp. The other half remained on the bridge. No other vehicles were involved. Companies collecting personal data on large numbers of New Yorkers would have to disclose what the data is used for and only gathering for those purposes. It's under a Friday proposal from Governor Cuomo. Cuomo also suggesting a consumer data privacy bill of rights that guarantees every New Yorker the right to access control and erase their data. Bumble the Dating APP where women make. The first move has filed for an initial public offering more from Bloomberg's Charlie fell in the Austin, Texas based company Listen, offering size of $100 million, a placeholder amount that will likely change. Whitney Wolfe, heard founder and CEO of Bumble and private equity firm Blackstone Group will retain control over the company. Upon the completion of the listing, Blackstone took a majority stake in Bumbles parent company in a transaction that valued it a $3 billion in 2019 sources. I've said the listing could come right around Valentine's Day, but not on that exact day because it falls on a weekend. Charlie Pelant Bloomberg Radio Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird Daybreak weekend. Our global look at the top stories in the coming week from our daybreak anchors all around the world and just ahead on the program bank earning season is underway..
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We continue with our panel was CEO and chairman of Blackstone group Steve Schwarzman the CEO and chairman of bank of America prime morning hand and another Mahendra chairman of the hinder group and make him throw was so interesting because we wanted to talk about the US China trade war and he's got operations in a hundred countries but he clearly thinks the world from an Indian perspective here's his take on the trade war I see it as a situation of enormous opportunity I have to be most. that you do of course absolutely because to be and I'm I'm just being truthful here that for a long time it wasn't kosher for anyone in American policy positions to admit that there was a kind of conflict with China and that India in fact could be one of the players give this game as a buffer against China that is just a no no he went to the concert on foreign relations nobody would admit that I think it's now it's in the open and I think president trump has even made it more in the old I mean going to Houston have listening to our prime minister he made it very clear what kind of alliance yeah I think there's nothing but opportunity for India and this and we have to play our cards right and see then we are viewed now as a very very. we have allies for the U. S. as a buffer both in defense storms frankly if you look at the number of defense exercises between the US and India the proliferating dramatically defense but the woman from the it from India is already budgeting we never used to buy means to buy more from the Russians and frankly. all the all the tenor of the relationship with India is right this is a democratic country. the country that values idea is a country that has scale and growth so there is profit for the global companies store over there so I think India has nothing but a unique opportunity right now and we have to just play those cards right and I think it would be a win win for both the US and for it so it it it died actually agree and having been with a bunch of CIOS with prime minister's morning all who were talking about their business expanding in India it's been a natural step in and I think some of the bureaucracy and things that were difficult operate they have been the doubt what they can be improved and everybody knows it I think the broader context here though is is you know global trade in if you go back and say it if if the China US situational take longer the questions what can result in an arm and this is where unfortunately not sure what happens given that that the politics then the the situation this week the US MCA and things like that which are critical to get done because at as much as India is a beneficiary Mexico and Canada noted in a trade with the west is a beneficiary in a sense or wait operate let's make it simpler the weight scale Mexico is is actually lower than parts of China there's a they could use the jobs there's a lot of people can move the manufacturing there there's already integrated manufacturing supply chains. there's a different situation so I think to keep the US kind of moving forward there are three or four things to knock out. everybody hopes for China US but the couple things knockout first among them as US MCA I don't know politically thick push it through even though I think both sides seem to want it and if they can push that through that would be good and give more time to work I think on China so but I want to stick with something you said in the context.
Fed Jumps Into Market to Push Down Rates, a First Since the Financial Crisis
"Story dealers all bracing for another blast of cash from the fed today off it jumped into money market for the first time in over a decade more from Bloomberg start Christmas. early Tuesday morning a stunning jump in short term rates pointed to a scarcity of cash in the financial system the knock on effects at the fed's key fed funds rate to the operative it's targeted range a two and a quarter percent a move if unchecked could push a range of borrowing costs higher so the New York fed added liquidity by buying more than fifty three billion in securities and then like Tuesday the fed said it will do it again and conduct a second repo operation with as much as seventy five billion available I'm dead prisoner Bloomberg daybreak Europe now traders scrambled for clues as to what she calls the unexpected spike in the repo market but a senior Blackstone group executive says it's not a sign of a systemic problem that will affect the economy Tony James hopefully by that he believes the fed has the tools to solve these short term problems he doesn't see a ripple through to the economy the rates by close very scary but it's only overnight so that the actual cost of the system is not high as more of a concern to dealers is our technical it's a technical problem very short term that the defense addressing no tidy James added that he wasn't surprised that the fed stepped in to ensure stability will be well double line CEO Jeffrey complex as the spike in the repair rate may prompt the feds to expand its balance sheet he cools is a way of baby stepping to more clearly on the fed's repo operations come of course is policy makers meet to consider another cut to the fed funds rate Rubik's Michael McKee has that preview it's not so much what they do as what they plan to do next a twenty five basis point rate cut is baked into the decision but is that the last of eight mid cycle correction as chairman Jay Powell put it in July or do trade in geo political uncertainty mean more cuts are likely it's a communication challenge for Powell get it wrong and yields and the dollar may rise offsetting the fed's easy one more issue does the fed need to change its balance sheet strategy given the backup in repo rates this week. in Washington Michael McKee Bloomberg
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The chapter eleven filing in New York shows that Blackstone group which acquired a majority stake in twenty fifteen could wind up owning most of the rest of stern's that's a Bloomberg business slash politics policy power and law continues all right thank you Greg we are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio I'm anymore as California congressman Eric Swalwell has decided to seek reelection for his house seat and not run for president after three months he is bowing out of the race we started about three months ago eight presidential campaign believing that we must bring the promise of America to all Americans be honest with ourselves we had to look at how much money we're raising where we were in the past today ends our presidential campaign what is the beginning of an opportunity in Congress with a new perspective well says that while he did move the needle among Democrats on gun control and buying back military style assault weapons he just did not see a path to victory we want to get more on this and the race for the White House from Bloomberg news national political correspondent to help the poor joining us by phone to hell it's always great to have you thanks so much for joining us operative now the was it his whole numbers was it the support simply wasn't there what made him make this decision it was all the about he was struggling in the polls it difficult for a candidate who is at the bottom of the pack or near the bottom of the pack to fundraising I feel this crowd and on the court the energy the active isn't simply wasn't there for him another two dozen candidates in the democratic field we got one more just this morning in Comstock are the billionaire financier also from California swallow come state announcing his late entry into the democratic presidential race so we have one out and we have one in yeah I want to talk to you about star in just a minute on the one more of two more questions about swallow first though because this signature issue was gun control and on the surface it looks like that would really garner a lot of support on the democratic side but it didn't seem to move the needle as much as he'd hoped well I think part of his problem was that most of the democratic contenders agreed with him on the need for much stricter gun control ninety Dickel little further than that his rivals I think the government should impose a mandatory five back program not only ban on military style assault weapons but take away the ones that are currently on the street and paid the owners but having said that swallows didn't quite make his mark on the issue of gun control because the entire party has has moved I'm sharply in the direction of what for laws are the way of preventing a mass shooting so it was difficult for anyone can make a stand out and the other point about that'll make is that there are number of single issue candidate in this race right there is John Hickenlooper with the anti socialism message there's Jay Inslee a climate change message well well have the gun control message none none of the single issue candidates seem to be catching on the democratic voters appear at this early stage even to be looking for well rounded candidate the end I will there is also the theory that the message isn't as important as the mission which is on the democratic side to defeat president trump and take back the White House exactly and there is of course the debate within the Democratic Party as to what the best way is to do that either moderate to the a pragmatic candidate someone who stayed with a known quantity like Joe Biden or energize the progressive base with a figure like Elizabeth Warren are Bernie Sanders who they are you know who activists believe can turn out disaffected voters might not show up or something like that so yes the mission is absolutely have an account and there's a disagreement which I expect will crow in the weeks and months to come how to do that and as you mentioned we are learning billionaire hedge fund manager Tom style you're running for president some folks may know him as his impeach trump movement from those commercials what does he bring to the table or what does he say he brings a lot of money for one he's a very wealthy man he was more than any of his rivals I thought speculate earlier today he may be worth more than all of his democratic rivals put together which would be a remarkable statement so you certainly have the money to stop on his campaign and he's running on a message of restoring democracy and the corruption has some echoes of messages the other candidates are running on hello got interrupt you I'm sorry president trump is taking part in a bilateral meeting with the emir the state of Qatar let's go there now a lot of jobs so we just appreciate everything we have a great operation military operation right now in Qatar they built one of the great military bases I would say anywhere in the world and it's just been expanded with runways and everything else it's been really a great honor to work with my friend thank you very much for being here Mister president I'm very happy and honored to be here thank you very much for your hospitality as you mentioned we enjoy very regulation should between Qatar and then I said America we're doing a lot together as you mentioned president we're signing a few documents today and we are economic partnership is being more than a hundred and eighty five billion and we're planning to double this number we have a lot of investments in the U. S. we trust the economy here we do a lot in the infrastructure and we're planning to do more investment yes we host our database and it's we're working very closely together you are invited to come this year Catherine also to visit the base at anytime so president and I really enjoyed the personal friendship with these thank you very much thank you very much and I will say the base is incredible it's what they've done there is absolutely and a great place to have it right in the middle of the Middle East and so it's a obviously it's a very important location so thank you all very much yes action to the subpoenas the subpoenas America from.
Private equity firms win over Scout24 with improved $6.4 billion bid
"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds Marquette. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the Sweden forty six year old share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer
Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay
"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds market. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the sweeten forty six year share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer Tobias Hartmann, Greg Jarrett, Bloomberg radio
"blackstone group" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"End-all. Oh, mama. Luke Kuhn Aranka meandrous d'etre. Aparecida participated little bin Salman. So it's in sanguine Tara equality issues on the Alto. Proflowers. Tell me co agreed. Now. On the monitor Internacional Sonia in control conference. Yeah. The company as hotel Moran. Chase over for that rock Blackstone group Simmons either New York Times, I'm asked Talia. Japanese. You pilots are gonna hit axiom axiom and cannot participate secretary Steven Mnuchin Papa John Korea conference, but sort of renewal macho squander Aparicio Andrea in breezy payday or visit their Democrats in daughter here rice products, amazing for more. Malka? So he collaborates that Lula Gabriel John reporter for a Larry Newsweek city to interest a secret adage America, so. Estonia's yet. Breezy pay for Mr. implicated in sources in Yemen. Health officials are warning of possible new outbreaks of contagious illnesses like Jim influence full. Possibly this who wrote in contact your saccomano cola. Larrea Louisville was a Stankowski that on Passover mentor. Tropical Leuven get by. The dossier personas if. Who needs coq approximate the mill castle, they call it? Alex Padilla six European party. America sanitary. Three KOMO consequential accompaniment it up. Mama bin Salman, Eka Quin. Follow is also need us. Now. A labrador catastrophe money. National security adviser John Bolton is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin today. He styles. Unidos jumbo all equally president Roosevelt. But delays tells Unidos Rotella say mayor female into a Yunus at prosciutto, Donald Trump confidence. Oh planner. Did I say, yes? It would. Okay. For. Clearly thousand years. Trump the who? Cruciani cuervo. The name of mutual Monte Nido, Colorado. For most north routes. Actor Moscone intelligentsia. He told another. Most. No remorse, reduce idiom, clearer. I said they don't at the moment issued non completed a Cuervo toys owner. Gina. Thank you. Keita who is?.
Blackstone to Buy Thomson Reuters Unit in a $20 Billion Deal
"In the United States climbed to nearly an eighteen year high this month and his households remained upbeat on the labor market pointing to strong consumer. Spending That should. Help to sustain the economy for the remainder of the year the bright economic outlook however dim-sum by other data today showing the goods trade deficit widened sharply
"blackstone group" Discussed on From Scratch
"But eventually he had problems that were not really manageable, but he was always supportive of what you are jailing very, you're married now to Pete Peterson of and he's the founder of the Blackstone group. Incidentally, did Pete Peterson play a role in Sesame Street at all? He did. Oddly enough. He was on the board of any tea and NAT is the was the old national production center for public broadcasting, and I wanted them to administer the workshop for the first year and a half because we didn't know if we wanted to hire lawyers and accountants and all that. What if we failed and had all these the staff to fire? So my idea was higher. Those. That we had to have and then ask any t to supply the lawyers, accountants, and administration. And in order to do that check white, who was president said, you've got to present that to my board and they've got to approve, and Pete Peterson was on the board. And he asked question after question. He was just fascinated with the idea and came up and said, this is one of the most interesting ideas I've ever heard. Well, naturally, I never forgot him, but we were both married to different people. Our lives went on and separate ways. And then we finally met again when both of us were divorced, it was very romantic. I'm Jessica Harrison. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is Joan Ganz. Cooney co, founder of the children's television workshop now.
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Massar every day every day, so private. Equity one of my favorite absolute topics for sure your argument is that it is underappreciated literally and figuratively in a portfolio versus the public markets right now tell us about absolutely an increasing number of institutional investors are following Marin buffets. Lead and they're increasing their. Exposure in private equity And one of the. Reasons for that. Is. That private publicly traded companies are afflicted with what I call it the Z's and that, disease is short termism short termism I don't mean by high frequency trading and things of that sort I'm talking about? A, short term oriented quarterly. Reports things of that sort it's a bummer to be publicly held. Company it's pretty tough absolutely so you look at private equity offers a lot of advantages to alleviate that short termism and but the issue is how do. You blend that private equity position into a publicly predominantly they publicly traded portfolio well short termism versus. Long-termism we've heard, Larry think from BlackRock talk a, lot about. Of late one of the questions that always comes up here is the fees on the private equity side versus what you have to pay for the public could decide so what's the secret to making sure you're getting an affordable or Or or a private equity. Allocation that that's. Worthwhile. I would look at the rate of return vis-a-vis the risk that you're taking and if. The rate of return that you're receiving net of fees reaches a benchmark that you consider to be acceptable or not? Generally, is going to be. In a twenty twenty plus percent range then you know yeah let. Them collect the fees and you know but just make sure that what you're doing is what they're doing in managing your money is it is successful that. You're able to generate those kinds of rates are unfortunately too many Jason what was it was not the year ahead but we had I thought one of the key guys at, Blackstone group and talked about private equity and wanting to open it. Up to a wider array of investors and really kind, of individual..
Apple launches $300 million green energy fund in China
"Quickly threatening a recession that chairman jerome powell present the information to congress next week according to reports pal has said the economy is it really good place adrienne mitchell bloombergradio goldman sachs and blackstone group of taken a minority stake in private equity firm francisco partners terms of the transaction were not disclosed but lemberg has learned that u investors will hold less than ten percent interest francisco is a tech focused firm that has invested in more than two hundred companies since its founding in nineteen ninety nine apple the iphone maker has upped its environmental efforts in asia bloomberg's courtney donohoe has more apple announced at three hundred million dollar fund to promote clean energy in china the company wants to boost the use of renewable energy and its supply chain which is primarily spread across the country apple and ten of its key suppliers and partners will contribute to the fund over the next four years deutchebanks asset management arm will manage and invest in the fund earlier this year apple also helped aluminum suppliers alcoa and rio tinto start developing a new technology that eliminates greenhouse gas emissions during production that.
"blackstone group" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The the blackstone group and her argument is that that's just wrong that if you represent the people as it were that you can't be taking money from these sort of big democratic groups that these big sort of funders no matter how sympathetic they may be and and i completely agree with that sentiment and she also made a point that in districts that are heavily democratic that we should be pushing to move those districts further to the left because we have the opportunity to but she also said that she understood that in some more moderate districts that the messaging has to look different and i agree with the senator that we have to have a large as the democratic party and what about this whole question of the leadership geiger i'll go to you on this in an oped published today the times editorial board took some pretty serious shots at the democratic leadership in congress it says that quote representative crowley's losses thrown house leadership into chaos he said they say that for too long this regime has clung to power at the expense of future leaders and says the caucus leadership has gone from stale to downright ossified unquote ouch so editorial comment might out so do you think that that's true i think it would and i've said this before and i oppose leader pelosi's comeback for leadership this after this election so just to be a out there and to be clear for the one thing i told her and i told everyone else that's running for the ship is that you are accountable to the caucus enter democrats in general this whole country and you may have been a great leader at some point but every time you have to come and represent and give it give us reasons why you're going to do a good job and help us take back the house and of course also take back the white house so the most important thing that that i tell anybody that wants to be leadership you have to come forward with the plan i don't care how old you are i don't care how long you've been there but you better have a good plan about how we're going to take back the house protect americans and make sure that we stop this dictator in in donald trump well jillian when i read those lines you gave thumbs up there so what do you want to say about that yet we certainly need to form a united front i heard the representative call for new leadership and i was cheering him on because he he's correct we need to embrace this new generation this progressive movement and i'm quite alright with keeping people in place as long as they have new ideas for us to be able to take back the white house and take back both chambers immediately so so senator boxer what should the party strategy be for bringing people together at this point you know i think we are drawn together all of us you've got a big age despair disparity right on your show now and we're basically saying the same things with respect this is critical we are at a point in our country where if we don't unify and we turn on each other because maybe out of tennis shoes we don't agree on one or two we're going to lose and i think we all understand that wherever we're from i'm from the progressive wing of the democratic party okay but i also understand there is some districts where the progressive might not make it okay because the district does it reflect the progressive movement in other places a moderate will be knocked out it's all fine what we can't do is lose sight of where we're at we have got a republican congress right now which i think we all agree those of us on your show that they're cowards that they're enablers that they sit back when we see crisis after crisis from youtube a country our country ripping children out of the arms of their parents and then saying well we're still having zerotolerance so we're going to jail them and put them in prisons on military bases where are we we have.
Blackstone Group LP (BX) Position Held by Alethea Capital Management Llc; Harvey Investment Co Decreased Its Pnc Finl Svcs Group Com (PNC) Position by $528,500; Valuation Declined
"Michael will visit australia and fiji in the fall as ap correspondent charles de la desma reports they'll also travelled to new zealand and the kingdom of tonga the royal couple known as the duke and duchess of sussex we'll be making the tool around the time of the invictus games in sydney australia which is set for tober twenty two twenty seven harry a british military veteran who served in afghanistan created the paralympic style games as a way to inspire wounded soldiers towards recovery around five hundred.
Zuckerberg Won Only Half the Battle in Brussels
"Covered it up that coach shaun hutchinson denies the allegations global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm out together little facebook co founder mark zuckerberg's testimony to the european parliament tomorrow will be broadcast live online soccer berg we'll try to explain how facebook data from as many as two point seven million europeans could have been passed to cambridge analytica the uk consulting firm may have collected the data of some eighty seven million facebook users for use by donald trump's us presidential campaign google could face four point three billion dollars in damages in a british lawsuit involving iphone users that's according to a company court filing iphone user sued google claiming it unlawfully collected personal data by bypassing the iphones default privacy settings google denies the claims three days after agreeing to sell off the last of a tilton steak blackstone is buying another hotel company bloomberg's poetry sikora has that story blackstone group has agreed to acquire luxury hotel owner lasalle hotel properties in an all cash transaction at values lasalle and four point eight billion dollars including debt the blackstone agreement forts would be merger between lasalle the owner fortyone luxury.
"blackstone group" Discussed on WJR 760
"People who are wildly unprepared for retirement from a financial point of view we hear that all the time we hear that the the numbers of people who have nothing or very little saved for retirement i don't know what they're thinking we've we've been talking about problems with social security for years so i i'm not sure if they think the government is just kidding around and they're going to swoop in and take care of everything as we get older or or if they think they're going to be major changes in socialized medicine and socialized i guess retirement i i don't know that that's coming well i think if you look at the surveys you'll find that the biggest financial worry of people in all demographics all income levels actually it's retirement security so they are worried about the issue is what can they do about it the fed did a study which said that forty seven percent of americans could not come up with four hundred dollars in an emergency if they had to forty seven percent of americans could not come up with four hundred dollars so if you can't come up with four hundred dollars in an emergency you're not gonna put aside you're living paycheck to paycheck by definition you probably have credit card bills you probably have other borrowings you're not gonna be able to put much aside so i think the problem is it's not that people aren't worried about it they are eighty five percent of people in america say they're worried about retirement security it's the biggest worry even of millennials they had a student loans but what do they do about it that's the problem so we need a solution to help them it's not their failure they're not being lazy they're not being irresponsible they're just constrained with the tools they have to work with the economic club of detroit may twenty fourth conversation on the us economy and the retirement challenge with our guest tony james vice chairman of blackstone group and and i wanna know a little bit more from your new book rescuing retirement yeah a little bit more about this idea that you have about mandatory savings accounts explained to me how you see that coming together and working so no one likes to be told what to do and i'm very cognizant of that but at the same time if you leave it to to their own devices we seen for decades.
"blackstone group" Discussed on No Agenda
"Finish it for the new listeners we have a few oh we'll i started talking about this story on the air on aero classic rock and all of a sudden the what was it the account the law firm blau blackstone blau and blackstone group something i mean they are the the real bad actors and they within ten days the government said we're pulling your license i got you know of course fired after two days this thing went viral that you can still find it on youtube then it just became an incredible message station shutdown gone wasn't burned to the ground well metaphorically speaking there was no actual fire you kind of made that up along the way and i liked it oh there was no embellish no actual fire but the the guy the all is funding was pulled is licensed was pulled i and they eld investors pulled out couldn't even restart reboot it was it was very interesting period and i was glad decided i'm going to invent podcasting and i'm gonna be you can't what are you going well now of course they are trying to burn down your old place which you just look out the window and often you'll see the fire trucks but i see the hoses hooked up to the fire hydrants so there's a real fire going on well the joke's on them i live here gosh darn it exactly all right so i i just say before you we're not closing out the segment i'll just say i'm very open but please don't send me these lists of links and how they link semi some victims sent me a victim and then i'll be interested we have no victims look dutroux in those crazy crazy guys look at the jersey that's real real victims in real dead bodies show me a dead body and then i'll be interested otherwise just wasting your time.
"blackstone group" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"To call me if you expect a containment credit market or is it to seemed to say we don't have incredible markets will hold because the economy so strong the underlying economy so strong there was no prospect of default soul unemployment which had already been stoves on consumption in parts were mortgage market at several you don't see any any indications of of of such negative developed all conversations about market volatility this week brought out quite a range of opinion let's start with jason kelly's interview with blackstone group chairman and ceo stephen schwarzman is this volatility we've been seeing normal is it a new normal how do you look at it i i think it's pretty normal and you know look too to the world are the developed world probably girl round three percent of this year could be wrong could be three and a quarter could be a little ass odd and and the stock market was up about seven and a half a percent more than month some multiplied that for twelve months and and what have you got you get stock market performance a few just annualized add some more in the 80s to ninety percent with three percent growth that is simply ridiculous and and so uh y you have to stop that kind of compounding a roles you have almost a whole year's performance at one month and so what's going to happen in that scenario it's got to go down and you know dental go up the mental go down will just be more volatile world but i sort of what should happen at the end of the day not our two outwards away television works or traders at work or day to day or week to liege i think with the economy looking so good around the world uh we'll have enough pierre on hand it it can't be huge away off because we already did huge last year and it'll find its way a dc more dealmaking this here or less in terms of private equity specific well just generally usually have more deals would when you know the markets feel good and people are confident in prospects for their own business you seldom bought by somebody else's business if you are.
"blackstone group" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Glad were alarmed service so i it mccreary uh thanks for taking my call i just have some questions for you to are regarding three three stocks i sought the way in my roth ira all right sounds good okay uh first one well i've got right now it's a applied materials alibaba and blackstone group for the dividend and i'm kinda torn between uh right now you should say if you're looking to my in furniture too dark room because i've had them since their fiftytwoweek feel i'm doubt about six percent don't ellie bob in an applied materials and uh down about eight percent on blackstone so what i was wondering is if you would suggest maybe uh because i have enough to maybe one more equity in either diversifying into a lying technologies uh get into the medical quote sector i seem to think a lot of growth there or should i a tad to my position in one or the other three in athens down like price sport should i've also unload blackstone group 'cause i've been looking at eight p o one eight p a m with the same dividend comparable dividend yield be going into one of those instead of blackstone because it's been dead wood and no black students real good don't don't please do not sell it okay alibaba is by right here come down a little too much all right i think that's good applied materials company but next week on tuesday micron reports symbol mu their big customer of these semiconductor capitalequipment companies so they reported disappointing corner it all you'll be able to get applied materials that are better price but i think a matt is a great company for the next ten years not necessarily the next ten days but the next ten years i don't really want to do anything i i liked you're thinking i think you've got some good ones don't mess aram let's go to marketing nevada please mark.
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dave wilson has that center joins us right now at the start of the day in his song of the day and the song what is devils that so this course of their bigger hits and pay it was worth it if we much bigger on the other side of the atlantic i will tell you that much in any case it the song champagne supermo nova came to mind when i saw the term liquidity supernova pop up in a report by michael hartnett the chief investment strategist silver bank of america merrill lance what is referring to is the way that central banks have in essence thrown money at the economy and by extension the financial markets over the past several years i mean he was citing a figure that this year alone if you take in the federal reserve a european central bank in all their peers you're talking about something like two trillion dollars be added in terms of liquidity your money that can find its way for example into stocks and bonds so he'll here we are with a fed policy meeting coming up this week in a pretty widespread served in tis the patient that the central bank is going to start ratcheting down on bond buying that they're not going to reinvest whatever they get from maturing debt that's on their balance sheet already so the question is what does that mean for the markets and you know hartnett sodas address is that in the context of not just what the us is doing but also with the ecb is doing in terms of ratcheting back their bond purchases when you put the two together in his view you have necessary conditions for correction as he pull it next with the chart that accompanies so the summary of what hartnett had to say may familiar to those who are fans of the chart of the day because it's one that popped up over the summer with byron we'd over blackstone group in me he was pointing out as heart it did that you have seen stocks move up this shearer without a whole lot of change in the.
"blackstone group" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And you have companies like wa biggest fan at t and blackstone group which leads me to my pretty dramatically t it no matter what they do he kind of fun founding what i do with it what wanted hold and if anything original and if you look at some of the comedy probably going to hold some big popular companies that are already in your sp 500 etf so pragmatic yet i tend to look past the name and compete overlap with sort of more mainstream eket and if there is not like a video game media which tom philly but i'm telling you get a lot of konare that are not in bigger ep at that's more legitimate my opinion i eric there are a lot of questions here first class a lot first question is does a lot of companies donate equally to the gop and the democratic party just pick just to see you know makes they have a foot in that door in washington no matter who wins and if you go to open secret begin great tight biegel and stuff too but you'll see that like what they get pandered pretty much all republican but beyond and yet they're like like microsoft is about half and half though i agree like if they go in me i don't know how big of a pool they can draw from that are most heavily gop most do donate to both qatar to benefit from whoever win though we don't know the holding he added blunting next week and so it's not clear the my on those companies that are are a good get of would probably going to be an but that's a good point so it's make america great again with pretty big.
"blackstone group" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Trump's business advisory council has disbanded there are two of them and they both disbanded now there are competing at tweets out there one version of the story is that all of the businessman told trump as of today they're leaving they want no part of him they're getting out the other story is that trump actually he ended the two groups by claiming he didn't want the members to come under any more pressure so competing stories over what happened but the bottom line is that trump's advisory groups uh ceos and and other business people a one was on manufacturing one was on tac there's a number of them uh the only ceo that did not apparently did not volunteer to leave was michael dell uh stephen schwarzman huge huge republican donor billionaire blackstone group uh the merck guy he was out of there the under armor guy he was out of their these people fled for the hills yesterday today the news is that everybody toll trump we don't want any part of this and we don't want a party you and they quit that's probably the version the media will go with trump has tweeted that he disbanded the uh the two councils because he did not want the members to be facing any more public pressure them they than they already are so i intend to to get to a phone call here before the segment entered but i didn't have um i did i did that were in until the break was nearly over that the business councils had subsided so uh we will take the breaker the bottom of the hour and and come back there's two things i wanna combine i want to go through rule pointbypoint what trump said in his press conference yesterday line by line and just ask people care will hit that right or wrong good or bad just go through it and then have you measure of this hysterical response to it that you're seeing everywhere and of course we'll get back to your phone calls all of that coming up back here before you know it.
"blackstone group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going in the my feeling petkoff linda which raises the question of whether worry ultimately going to end in canada in canada something between them and christian as far as jared kushner where does the investigation dare go because there was also some questions about his the twenty billion dollar investment in the blackstone group which has ties the kushner family has tights to shortly after how dare he negotiated the arms sale to uh saudi arabia silly is it going that far we don't know we heard from our source of that part of it but you know definitely is you know who money financing of kushner development is part of the cory as well as sort of warmth back in the main about you know kushner's contact with russian that he did not close uh in in all of the form book cushion let's see if we can do this and twenty seconds because that's all we have this is just one avenue that that rubber muller's is pursuing right wh what else is he's looking at more broadly kurkcu trent oldie her to finance current incumbent the only a one part of what trump clay of a very sort of wide ranging and a complete we can undo examination by mr miller can of all things related to russia and the election last year okay were to have to.
"blackstone group" Discussed on Q'ed Up
"About this because he spent the past year investigating barrick and colony starwood i looked at this fat the fact was that even wall the economy was recovering the homeownership rate in america kept going down and last year hit its lowest level since the vietnam war so what happened to all of those houses that used to be owned by people they didn't just disappear and then i happened upon another fact almost half of all homes in some major american markets were being bought with cash they weren't being bought with loans at all so who were these cash buyers at you ask people around here in the bay area they'll say it's tech money they'll say it hey of foreign investors from china and i'm sure that that's happening but it just didn't seem like a complete explanation and that's how i started to look at these giant a private equity firms like colony that were buying up so many homes all over the country and putting them out of reach from people like you and me you start investigating you start looking at who's buying these homes in what's happening to them and what are you find well i find that there's a couple of big players colony is one of them another one is a blackstone the blackstone group are headed by stephen schwarzman uh they own about fifty thousand homes now through their invitation homes brand these companies were buying exactly the kind of homes that people might want to buy.
"blackstone group" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Rearing its ugly head about savings in a minute i'm going to cover widely savings is just a misnomer anywhere it's not really the problem but they just keep bringing this up the expunged is what is the solution some initial believers in the forward gary thicke measures don't go far enough miss gill board wants to ditch the poor kill together she and blackstone group president tony genes are recommending a mandated government run system that would administrated would be administrated by social security administration and managed by investment professionals while both or democrats they believe their solution would be bipartisan goes on and so she has already reached out to president elect donald trump uh advisers to float this new plan so there it is it's it's back in our face again now why is it that the government thinks we need to take larger and larger larger percentage of our disposable income and give it to them now they're saying it's because we can't save money saving money is not white people having our time retiring at this point people have been hard time retiring because of two reasons number one they have the wrong definition of retirement and number two there's no return on the money you safe what good does it do you to save even a million dollars if you used to living on one hundred two hundred thousand dollars a year you're not gonna last riven five to ten years so savings isn't the solution the solution is income you have to produce enough passive income to replace your earned income to allow you to stop burning by working if you want to get out of employment you still have to have income so where do you get the income in the old days the plans were fairly simple you say lotta money he bought cds and bonds the bonds would pay anywhere from five to ten percent depending what kind of bonds worse she is paying were from ten to fifteen percent depending on cds they were and you you.