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Bloomberg Daybreak

01:11 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Castner Paul Sweeney miss wall of worry everybody's been climbing it Mat Miller When you look at individual stocks what do you like Along with Bloomberg sharpest market analysts Wall Street reporter for Bloomberg news Bloomberg markets Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take He's a Bloomberg business lash But I'm Karen Moscow futures are jumping this morning We had the first word breaking news dish for today's morning call and here's Bill maloney Bill good morning And good morning Karen That's right You as features are surging right now without doubt if you just currently have 364 points That's a beast gained 64 while the NASDAQ futures are higher by 303 The U.S. ten year yield at 1.78% gold is down three oil is trading higher and Bitcoin is climbing by 4% European markets are also in the green led by 2% gains in France Germany and Italy and back in the U.S. on the economic front at 10 o'clock new home sales and a 2 o'clock the FOMC rate decision After the bell last night Texas Instruments gave an upbeat forecast and Microsoft reported is trading higher.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Day on Bloomberg S&P futures at 56 points down futures have 320 NASDAQ futures have 272 that's up 1.9% The Dax in Germany is up 2% The ten year treasury down 5 30 seconds he had 1.78% Yield on the two year 1.03% Nymex screwed oil is up 6 10% or 48 cents at $86 8 cents a barrel Down three tenths percent or 5.5 cents at 1849 50 an ounce The Euro 1.1279 against the dollar British found 1.3508 and he ended one 14.19 Bitcoin this morning also moving higher at $37,800 That's a Bloomberg business flash Now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around.

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00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on BTV Simulcast

"Is Bloomberg We used to take our freedom of movement for granted not anymore It's not just that people work for the airlines and it's natural to feel grateful for the things that kept you going Does America have a chance to lose our advantage Can we get to herd immunity fast enough so that will be in good shape But really we were just doing our jobs Oxford University is starting a study on patients who've recovered from COVID Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening What's the difference between you and your competition What's your vision in this relationship We're guessing one thing is that you are better informed European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde had this to say actually we're not guessing The realism of this is tangible up to the moment news Some of.

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Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:33 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

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Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:03 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg business" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Just in the month of January and down from 2.4% late last year In some earnings that came out today we had pretty good numbers coming from Microsoft and Texas Instruments both stocks are higher particularly Texas Instruments in the after hours the forecast very solid SoftBank is trading up about two thirds of 1% Nvidia is looking to abandon his purchase of arm SoftBank is arms current owner SoftBank is now stepping up plans for an arm IPO And South Korea's consumer confidence strengthened in January rebounding from the drop of the previous month it suggests that shoppers are already starting to put omicron in the rearview mirror When can we put the fed in the rearview mirror Probably not anytime soon But at least we'll get some clarity tomorrow Let's take a look at the number as the nikkei is down half a percent No trading in Sydney cost speed is up about 6 tenths of 1% And that is a Bloomberg business flash Let's get to the top news stories making headlines with head back straight All right thank you Brian China's now offered Hong Kong helped to ramp up mass testing to try to blunt the home outbreak Critics in Hong Kong and I was saying that the quarantine facilities have become a spreading ground for COVID actually.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:12 min | Last week

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg business and sports with Michael Barr scarlet fu and Mike lynch from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with two time Super Bowl winning MVP Eli Manning So we've talked to you about your new role as partnered with private equity firm BVP but the Manning name I mean it's all over the place You and your brother you have gotten into the liquor business and the family name is tied to sports betting and Caesar sportsbook Can you tell us about that Yeah well with Caesar sports book and they've obviously hit in New York and opened up over the weekend Which is exciting And that whole world is expanding and if you watch any football game on a weekend you see all the different sports books that are being endorsed and on commercials But I think it's for a long time people have been betting on sports I think it's good that you have a kind of a reliable name and a name you can trust like Caesars and I'll also love the fact that on its app it has responsible gaming tools or you can set limits You can set time limits deposit limits spending limits where my whole focus and what I stress is doing it responsibly knowing your limits on what you can do and understand just how it all works and setting those So it can be controlled But it's been fun to obviously anytime you can do stuff with your family and shoot your commercial With your dad and your brothers it's exciting and then Payton and I to kind of investigate as you said in the bourbon and Sweden's cove which has been a lot of fun and really initiative Payton is kind of leading the way on but it's been it's been a fun business to learn about It's also been a fun broadcast to watch you and your brother on Monday nights Manning cast as it's become known has really become his own phenomenon to the point where there are reports that a rod may get his own man in cast on ESPN when it comes to baseball We know your contracted with ESPN for three years and their reports that Amazon may want to lure you guys over as well I know you probably can't comment on that I'm curious about the workflow in putting together the weekly man cast What is that like How early do you guys sit down for meetings Do script out a lot of it Do you decide who you're going to book weeks in advance or is it kind of spur of the moment Walk us through some of the prep work This week we are doing the first Monday Night Football playoff game and we're calling it and we got the rams and Cardinals And so it's been kind of a scramble to I guess do we want to get a lot of it is really more just on my own I'm going to watch film on both teams It's a little different than a normal telecast But they're doing TV I don't necessarily I remember when I was doing some practice front the business and I was talking about I think we were doing watching a Vikings game and I'm saying hey you can see bar here is playing the hook flat area and they're saying no don't say names Most of the fans or most people watching this don't know who bar is They say number 54 Say the number So I don't need to know everybody's name And you're like no you don't need to know everybody names That's perfect That makes my life a lot easier So you're definitely the fact that you're not talking about every play You're just really talking about the big plays You're talking about schemes maybe a cool defense or what's going through the quarterback's mind cost management and really so you're watching film for that but really a lot of the preparation is because it's a little foreign for us is coming up with questions and kind of thinking of what are the themes that we're going to ask guest Eli Dave gettleman retired in I'm not talking specifically about the Giants but we see people like John lynch in San Francisco John Elway in Denver Any interest at all getting into the front office of a National Football League team It's an interesting business and it's just one of those things I don't know how you kind of test try it And how do you kind of slowly get in that to see if it's something you're good at or something you're interested in I mean I think it sounds good Oh it's football it's GM It makes perfect sense but it's also you're kind of in charge Obviously evaluating players And it sounds good You kind of say well I could look at quarterbacks and I see guys if I don't tell who's a good quarterback but I've been wrong before on guys and it's also not just the quarterback to say can you look you've got to watch 50 college offensive guards to see if which one we should take in the fourth round And probably really test you think you.

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01:51 min | Last week

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Strategy senior editor at Bloomberg business week She joined us along with business week editor Joe Weber The way that this whole project starts is they take this massive universe of companies that they cover more than 2000 And basically start running it through their spreadsheets and it's just like this gigantic filtering effect to come up with these 50 And really excited about them because it's not they're not hard calls Buy and sell recommendations That's not what we're going to get from Bloomberg intelligence I think it's more interesting and perhaps nuanced than that because we think of them as just companies to watch Some of them have positive sentiment some of them have negative sentiment but they're just ones that we think in the year ahead are going to be really really really interesting companies Yeah so Rebecca come on in here and talk a little bit about some of these companies here I mean the one that I want the one that jumped out at me was Airbnb because I feel like I've been watching Airbnb for years at this point after it's huge IPO and the way the company was able to recover during the pandemic after laying off so many people How did Airbnb make the cut Yeah I think Airbnb will be quite familiar to a lot of us who wanted to travel during the pandemic but didn't feel safe at a hotel for example So bookings have been up and interestingly they've done really really well with long stays So people staying for weeks on end Now the bunker intelligence analysts feel like Airbnb sets itself apart from rivals with its brand advantage So it's very recognizable and it doesn't even really need to spend that much in marketing So that's where Uber intelligence has investors should be watching this company Okay so another one that I love And by the way can we just all say when it's like whatever the weather was it was at 19 It feels like it's like single digits Like I'm ready for travel.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | Last week

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg business of sports with Michael Barr Scarlet fu and Mike lynch from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes I'm scarlet foo And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with two time Super Bowl winning MVP Eli Manning So we've talked to you about your new role as partnered with private equity firm BVP but the Manning name I mean it's all over the place You and your brother you have gotten into the liquor business and the family name is tied to sports betting and Caesar sportsbook Can you tell us about that Yeah well that's new With Caesar sports book and they've obviously hit in New York and opened up over the weekend Which is exciting And that whole world is expanding and if you watch any football game on a weekend you see all of the different sports books that are being indoors and on commercials But I think for a long time people have been betting on sports I think it's good that you have a kind of a reliable name and a name you can trust like Caesars and I'll also love the fact that on its app it has responsible gaming tools where you can set limits You can set time limits deposit limits spending limits where my whole focus and what I stress is doing in responsibility knowing your limits on what you can do and understand just how it all works and setting those So it can be controlled But it's been fun to obviously anytime you can do stuff with your family and shoot a commercial with your dad and your brother it's exciting and then I'll Payton and I to kind of investigate as you said in the bourbon and Sweden's cove which has been a lot of fun and really initiative Payton is kind of leading the way on but it's been a fun business to learn about It's also been a fun broadcast to watch you and your brother On Monday nights the Manning cast as it's become known has really become its own phenomenon to the point where there are reports that a rod may get his own Manning cast on ESPN when it comes to baseball We know your contracted with ESPN for three years and their reports that Amazon may want to lure you guys over as well I know you probably can't comment on that I'm curious about the workflow in putting together the weekly maning cast What is that like How early do you guys sit down for meetings Do you script out a lot of it Do you decide who you're going to book weeks in advance or is it kind of spur of the moment Walk us through some of the prep work This week we are doing the first Monday Night Football playoff game and we're calling it and we got the rams in Cardinals And so it's been kind of a scramble to I guess do we want to get a lot of it is really more just on my own I'm going to watch film on both teams The little different than a normal telecast what they're doing on TV I don't necessarily I remember when I was doing some practice front of this and I was talking about you know I think we're doing watching a Vikings game and I'm saying hey you can see bar here is playing the hook flat area and they're saying no don't say names most of the fans or most people watching this don't know who bar is They say number 54 Say the number so I don't need to know everybody's name They're like no you don't need to know everybody saying That's perfect That makes my life a lot easier So you're definitely the fact that you're not talking about every play You're just really talking about the big plays You're talking about schemes maybe a cool defense or what's going through the quarterbacks mind cost management And really so you're watching film for that but really a lot of the preparation is because it's a little foreign for us is coming up with questions and kind of thinking of what are the themes that we're going to ask these guests Eli Dave gettleman retired in I'm not talking specifically about the Giants but we see people like John lynch in San Francisco John Elway in Denver Any interest at all getting into front office of a National Football League team It's an interesting business and it's just one of those things I don't know how you kind of test try it And how do you kind of slowly get in that to see if it's something you're good at or something you're interested in I mean I think it sounds good It's football it's GM It makes perfect sense but it's also you're kind of in charge obviously of evaluating players And it sounds good You kind of think well I could look at quarterbacks and I see guys that might be able to tell who's a good quarterback but I've been wrong before on guys and it's also not just the quarterback to say can you look you got to watch 50 college offensive guards to see if you know which one we should take in the fourth round And it's like it probably really tests you think you like football until you got to watch two straight days of offensive guard and decide whether which one's the best and who should we draft in the fourth round So it's those things that you just don't know just because you've played the game and played a long time does it make you a good GM I mean you got to go all in on that Up next on the show stay tuned for more of our conversation with two time Super Bowl winning MVP Eli Manning Straight ahead On Bloomberg business of sports sound Michael bar.

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm scarlet fu I'm Damian sasser And I'm Mike lynch And of course a lot of big money issues when we talk about college football let's continue our conversation with American athletic conference commissioner Mike or eco Mike we had started to talk about conference realignment Obviously a huge topic among the NCAA ever since the original big east collapsed Now we know that losing Houston UCF and Cincinnati a big hit for the AAC What have you done to stabilize the AAC And more importantly what's the plan for the future We recognize the fact that conference realignment has been effect of life for decades literally decades going back 30 40 years And even prior to that you've had movement These are voluntary organizations If you pay your exit fee and you stay a particular amount of time you can leave And teams tend to leave for what they perceive as greener pastures Texas and Oklahoma are leaving for the SEC That created a domino effect That's typically what happens Usually conference realignment plays when these spasms occur when these earthquakes occur Things play out there aftershocks and they play out over a period of maybe a year even two That's what happened back in 2010 all the way through 2012 which definitely affected the big east I was commissioner at the time So I'm through this before This isn't my first realignment rodeo unfortunately and I've been on both sides of it and neither either side of it is pleasant But you'll make a long story short here We basically have reconstituted and we can talk about that if you'd like But we reconstituted with 6 we think really good teams that have tremendous potential And some have already realized some of that teams like UAB UTS in the top 25 right now We've got teams that are in big markets that fit our philosophy So we think that although we're losing three very good schools the incumbent schools in our conference have been very competitive with those schools that are leaving Now these aren't dynasties that are leaving We've had tremendous success against those schools and they've been great for us too We feel that ultimately we help them by being a conference that has a great TV deal and great TV exposure We help them build their brands but they helped us to develop into a great conference And I have no animosity toward them and leaving You can not take this personally It's not a personal thing Well Mike you know I mean my question for you is this I mean with the 6 new teams that are coming in obviously you know it changes the talent pool that the American is going to basically be leaning on right And so for my question you've been able to despite all of the turnover in the AAC since it's really been formed players like Antonio Gibson Quentin Grimes you know I mean you've still been able to generate elite performers at the next level And so my question for you is how does that the talent pool that you're accessing change and how do you see that kind of evolving over the future Well it's really going to be a factor of whether the change coming in can elevate their game by virtue of the tremendous exposure we received from ESPN We have a great TV deal that helped build our brand to get ABC appearances Memphis when they went to the cotton bowl appeared four times on ABC during that season back in 19 UCF built its brand with all those great national appearances four times game day has come to our campuses Think about that four times If you had told me in 2013 when we were reconstituting that 5 years later or so Memphis and SMU would play on national TV on ABC at night and game day would be in Memphis You would have said what is this guy doing here The point is it did happen And I think it will happen again We have brought in some really good teams Now we have had a lead performance performers all along the way I don't think that will necessarily change One issue though is the transfer portal and the elimination of the here in residency for transfers That's going to have an impact on everyone I don't know how many players will lose as a result I don't know how many players will gain as a result SMU has built its team through better recruiting but also through transfers because being in Dallas they get a lot of players who played in the area and then want to come home at some point whether as grad transfers or as regular transfers We typically concentrate on teams in big markets where there's also a real passion for football which drives us but we also want to be good in basketball We really do And I think we will be that's another factor But I think we'll get we'll still get great talent coming to our schools and I'm pleased that the teams that are coming in I've made real investments in their series If you don't make an investment you're not going to get there And we think that that's a hallmark of what this conference has been about All right up next on the show we're going to continue this conversation with American athletic conference commissioner Mike rusko We're going to discuss name image and likeness better known as NL That is straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports I'm scarlet fu I'm on Twitter at scarlet phu And I'm Damian snap sour and I'm on Twitter at D sass hour And I'm Mike lynch you can follow me at lynch EW CD And of course don't forget to catch all of our podcasts available Mondays.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg businessweek Wait day afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com House speaker Nancy Pelosi is hoping to get the infrastructure Bill passed tonight Speaking to reporters Pelosi said some members still want more clarification on the cost of a bigger social spending bill With that White House deputy press secretary karine Jean Pierre said both measures are fully paid for New research shows that Delta variant diminish the effectiveness of the three COVID-19 vaccines in a study published in the journal science researchers looked at 800,000 vaccinated U.S. service members and found the strain reduced the Moderna vaccine for example from 89 to 58% effective Colin Powell is being remembered in the nation's capital on Friday Powell was eulogized during a memorial service at the Washington national cathedral Michael Powell said his father had a core belief He wants to love intimately to sacrifice self and the service of others and to live in obedience to some transcendent trust That was my father I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world Hank waters an up day on Wall Street 5 winning weeks in a row are rallying companies that stand to benefit the most from an economic rebound drove stocks to a record after solid jobs data Jeff Rosenberg is with BlackRock Relative to what's going on globally I think the U.S. is pretty much at expectations and the expectations are here that the fed will be patient that there will be lift off but they won't be so quick to lift off because they're waiting on that full employment debate BlackRock's Jeff Rosenberg an RB adviser's dance Suzuki says all the criteria for a bubble in stocks have been met Growth is actually better than expected And that's going to support a lot of the markets are contention here though is that there's a growing bubble within the markets And however you want to look at the U.S. equity market is probably 45% tied into that bubble in some way or another And so that's the big concern here Dance Suzuki of RB advisers Energy secretary Jennifer Granholm says she rejects the argument by some American oil drillers that President Biden's restrictions on the industry are to blame for high energy prices It is not the president's doing that is causing the oil and gas companies right now to decide to slow down Actually they were slowed down because of COVID And we're seeing some movement of oil rigs getting back online but it is curious about why they are not incentivized more at $80 a barrel Energy secretary Jennifer Granholm indeed West Texas intermediate crude end of the week just over $81 a barrel Records on Wall Street S&P up 17 up four tenths of 1% today the Dow up 203 up 6 tenths of 1% NASDAQ up 31 up two tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg Thanks.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg business and sports with Michael Barr scarlet fu and Mike lynch from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barr I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch Today we are speaking with Vince sports group CEO Steve griggs That's the parent company of defending Stanley Cup champs the Tampa Bay lightning I got to give you the big hello how are you doing Steve Well I start by correcting but it's back to back Stanley Cup today Oh I'm sorry I'm sorry Let me get the knife out of my heart here That's you know that's a heck of a feat Can you guys do it three in a row Well you know that's what you competing for each and every year And first for getting into the playoffs but we got a great team moving forward You have a great team of moving forward You have a great team for the last couple of years I'm a rangers fan so it pains me to see how many former rangers have ended up on the lightning But I wonder in terms of how you motivate younger players and how that affects your ability to recruit younger players What does back to back Stanley Cup championships mean in terms of getting the college students the kids to say you know what I want to move to Florida and I want to make that place my home for the next 5 years ten years You know our organization and the bucks organization have obviously had a lot of success here in Tampa And with that is sort of raises the pride and the stature of the city you add that with everything that's going on from a technology standpoint the development that's going on within Tampa Bay itself the region itself the growth here and just the continual progress of becoming one of those cities everyone talks about Nashville lost in Raleigh We are in that conversation and what people see on TV with sports teams and I think that always elevates the brand of a city You throw in a couple of boat parades as well and people who are sitting there in other cities are saying that looks like a fun place to live in a great place to have a great living and a great lifestyle and you can't find a better place or a better city than Tampa to have that work life balance of coming to hockey game working and then going to the beach on the weekends So it's a pretty nice setup Well they call it Champa bay now they used to call it Tampa Bay now it's Champa bay with all the championship teams you have down there the rays are in the World Series last year they gave the Red Sox a heck of a run this year with a success of all the teams does it make marketing your lightning easier or tougher Now that you get more competition Well I think success raises all boats In our river which holds us where we hold the uprights Yes hillsborough river We are real good friends with both teams And you cure them on you want to see success because it just creates quite the sports town like a Boston or like a New York or like a Chicago when they were doing really well And so it puts us on the map And does it create some collision of competition Absolutely but we're up for the challenge We do live in the south We are a hockey team in the south which we've held our own as a brand and we've been to the last 5 of 7 last Conference Finals Our brand is extremely strong we've sold out about 240 consecutive hockey games So we hold our own and we have a strong brand because of everything we do in the community with our owner Jeff finnick But there is competition but I think it's healthy competition and it makes it so sharper I want to ask about the growth of hockey in Florida overall Gary Batman the commissioner of the NHL very focused on growing the sunbelt as the NHL's growth market I think about Mario Lemieux son Austin who played for Arizona state and really put the school on the hockey map What kind of interest are you seeing for hockey in Florida at the youth level the high school level the college level that leads you to believe that you have a local pipeline for talent We want to have the next auth Austin Matthews We brought in in 2015 We brought J feaster back who was our 2004 general manager And took over our entire community Hockey program We now have given out over 300,000 hockey sticks in the last 7 years We've built ten outdoor street hockey rinks We now have 30 high school hockey teams and we run the lightning high school Hockey League And we've seen the number of USA hockey registration Quadruple in the last three years So we feel that and we're running out of ice We're running out of ice There we need to build some additional ice sheets here We had about four when I arrived here in 2010 We're now up to 12 Just in the Tampa Bay Area Up next on the show stay tuned for more.

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg business of sports with Michael Barr scarlet fu and Mike lynch from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports Michael Barnes I'm Scarlett booth And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation with the tide to buff President top rank the boxing promotion behind world champions like Tyson Fury and Terence Crawford This is a good time to talk about pay per view And you brought it up earlier in the show when cable television came into play It kind of messed up pay per view as more cable outlets came into play because it wasn't even pay per view back in the day It was just closed circuit and he would go to the arena and you'd watch it on a screen What has changed now with pay per view and is there a business model for it today in boxing When we talk about the shift from media landscape with boxing what happened was its mainstay meaning the size of the boxing product was put behind the paywall Now there's always been a paywall in boxing for a closed circuit like it was when you went to the theaters at the highest level So for those marquee events you paid for them and you went to a theater in the old days right And then it became distributed in the 80 million pay per view homes and you spent 69 or 79 or maybe where the package was a $100 or you did 1.6 million buys It was crazy So there's always been that tiered system So I think in today's world what we're seeing is we're seeing that there is a much more profound relationship between the digital providers direct to consumer providers than there is with cable operators and dishes And I think that's really where we're seeing the delta we're seeing a much more robust response and pay platform being built through DTC than we are through the cable operators that are still just delivering broadband all your homes So the results of our pay universe is now having a much more profound and responsive result to the sports fans that are connected to direct to consumers like the netflixes of the world or in our case the DSP and plus that is our distributor for most of our fights What do the profit margins look like for pay per view versus streaming overall versus being on network television which I know is back in the day I'm just curious if you could break it down for us Well our perspective is it varies just very differently right Because we have to take the risk associated with guaranteeing the fighters the revenues they're guarantees So each of those big pay per view events right Has a a la carte basis other than what our medium rights mill is currently with ESPN and Disney So we provide about roughly 30 shows not including pay per view shows and our library and shoulder programming in the whole verticals boxing vertical to ESPN gives me ESPN+ And you get the regular shows for that And we provide that and you get to see the gema Lopez or the loan and chain goes in the world or the Tyson theories who comes over in the U.S. and pikes twice I mean as game plus and exposing on pay per view that's a different model That's an a la carte model and it depends on the deals that you make with the fighters and the athletes and your positives associated with that So there is no formula Profit margin system that's set up for the patient It's bespoke then 100% is both and depends on the profit participation of the athletes and what they're guarantees are Todd how does top rank the gold standard in my book How does it measure a successful fight that strictly on pay per view subscriptions I look at the whole body of work and success right I felt like we made a big move I think it was about three or four years ago when we said listen we see the models shifting Let's bring boxing back to the masses and let's make this deal with ESPN and bring it to you So we're on SportsCenter all the time we're in the chatter with the radio shows all the time And we're running across the tail of the tape on the bottom all the time We were just connected from that So first thing is I want to see boxing Be successful and I want you to know all of these fighters names So I don't look at it as just a successful one night I look at it as a successful putting our arms around the brand and elevating the sport On the bigger fights like we just had with fire a wilder and fury the third fight The success of that was a number of reasons One is everybody was on the edge of their seat and everybody was talking about how this could have been one of the greatest heavyweight fights in one of the best 5 states team in many many decades Two decisive endings always make a difference I can't stand the rhetoric I think we kind of shoot ourselves in the foot when you have a bad decision associated with a big fight because consumer confidence goes low And then I think the third piece is the economics of how much awareness that we create How much should people tune into it How much pay per view did you do What would your live game international And I think those are the economics around it Up.

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Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

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"Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem is one rather than solving it in isolation and jit New Jersey Institute of Technology Learn MORE AT N J I t dot e d u Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg Com on the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe. We expect economic activity to accelerate in the second half of this year, you could probably waiting until the autumn for a potential first adjustment. The national approach has been working when it comes to restrictions, the warning that there can't be a national recovery without a London recovery. This relationship between the US and the UK it's

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Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

03:45 min | 6 months ago

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"Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem is one rather than solving it in isolation and jit New Jersey Institute of Technology Learn MORE AT N J I t dot e d u Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg Com on the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe. We expect economic activity to accelerate in the second half of this year, you could probably waiting until the autumn for a potential first adjustment. The national approach has been working when it comes to restrictions, the warning that there can't be a national recovery without a London recovery. This relationship between the US and the UK it's strong. It's got very, very deep roots. It'll stay strong. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe on Bloomberg Radio. Good morning from London. I'm Ana Edwards. And I'm Roger hearing in your listening to Daybreak. Europe live on London Digital radio, and we checked the markets for you every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio. So let's get straight to that, Shall we? European equity markets, then Roger up by 3/10 of 1%. Not so for the London market fairly flat, actually in London, but elsewhere. We're making some better gains on the major markets to the cat around up by 4/10 of a percent. This after tax up by an eight the first email also up by 2/10 of a percent, and, in fact, the IBEX now joining the footsie and being a little lackluster today, down by 1/10 of a percent over in Madrid, US futures point to something flats are positive up by around an 8% on E Minis, Dow futures and NASDAQ futures pointing higher by around 1/10 of a percent. The S E. Asia Pacific index entirely flat are not giving us a great deal of of momentum as we move into the European session but actually allowing the European session to reflect on to Sort of converging and divergent forces that we have driving things right now. On the one hand, there's a concern around clamp down on so called vice stocks in China that's weighing on the Hong Kong market. There's also concern about the spread of the delta variance in China, and we know the reaction function that that then could prompt from Chinese authorities. So there's concern about growth in China. All of that sounds pretty negative, but that rubs up against what's been a fairly solid earnings season. Four European corporate in a number of European companies upgrading their guidance. And even those in the sectors where they're concerned around Chip supply shortage the messages that they want to be able to produce more so there's a lot of positive narratives coming out of the earnings season. And that seems to be taking the limelight so European equity markets edging higher this morning at the oil price, recovering a little bit from some of its earlier weakness. 70 44 is where we trade on brands up 1/10 of a percent. The U. S 10 year yield. It was down as low as 1.13%, then moved a little higher on some comments that were perceived as a little more hawkish from Clara during the feds were 1 18 on the 10 year yield. Right now, the dollar flat to negative so down by around 10 per cent on the Dollar Index and the Bloomberg Dollar Index the pound little stronger on Bank of England today, Roger Well, speaking of the Bank of England, it is decision day today, and one question will be course which central banks going to be the first to the Taper Trigger? Will Bank of England policymakers seem likely to favour patients? Michael Saunders is set to be perhaps alone dissenting voice. They're calling for an immediate end to the bond buying program. Let's bring ourselves Up to speed because we can go straight to the bank outside the bank. In fact, Bloomberg's UK economy reporter Lizzie Burton joins us now, Lizzie Good morning and thanks for being with us. What are we expecting from the Bank of England today? The drugs are set to dominate. Today. We're expecting a unanimous vote to keep interest rates on hold at North 0.1% and I'm bond buying a 71 split with Michael Saunders. This time, as you say the sole dissenter in favor of ending stimulus early he'll take the hawkish man told that Chief

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Chip Ganassi Sells Entire NASCAR Team to Trackhouse Racing

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Chip Ganassi Sells Entire NASCAR Team to Trackhouse Racing

"Chip Ganassi sold his NASCAR team to Justin Marks. He's the owner of track House raising. And declared that he will pull out of the nation's top stock car series at the end of this season. Now one of the things that happens when you buy a NASCAR team that's established like Chip Ganassi. Is that you buy a charter and because the Nazi has two cars that means to charters. Now the terms of the deal were not released. But what I want to know is How much As of two weeks ago are two charters in NASCAR. And if anybody doesn't know what where the charter is, it means basically that you have an agreement that you're going to show up at the race with those two cars

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Facebook Launches Substack Newsletter Rival, Won’t Take Cut of Pay

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Facebook Launches Substack Newsletter Rival, Won’t Take Cut of Pay

"To their Facebook followers. It's a new newsletter service called Bulletin Mark Zuckerberg says newsletter writers can charge for subscriptions if they want, and the company will not take a cut of the paid subscriptions for a couple of more years. Sportscaster Erin Andrews, an officer Mitch album, already have signed on Two bulletin Andrew O'Day Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Your Place of Work

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 7 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us. I'm Jason Kelly alongside Michael Barr and Mike Lynch. Let's get back to my conversation. David Beckham. He is, of course, now the president and co owner of the MLS club, Inter Miami, He had an unbelievable career as a player. He is a sports icon globally. And here we talk about His active ownership role in Miami. He really has, I think, quite literally rolled up his sleeves and gotten in there to try and fix some of the operations. The football operations as it were. This club to drive forward the MLS. And of course, we had to talk a little bit about the Super League that wasn't this is obviously an issue very near and dear to his heart, having played at both Manchester United and Paris son Jermaine during his professional career and Jason this interview you had with Beckham was part of the Culture Economic Forum in Doha. And we should mention that you two were many miles away for this conversation, and your audio line is a bit more faint than we're used to. So please excuse the audio quality on some of Jason's questions here. He is speaking with David Beckham. Well, I think I've been very lucky to have had the career that I've had, you know, to have played for the clubs that I've played for to have played in the cities and the countries that have played for played in, um obviously of also been successful as well. So I think that that really I take into My business world. I think I'm very lucky. You know, I've been part of some great teams over the years and I also have now a great team within my business. But that wasn't just luck. You know, that was obviously something that I've built, You know, five years out from retiring and that and that for me was an important part of my decisions Going forward, you know? When I moved to the MLS and I was 31 years old. I was a real Madrid player and people were critical. Maybe of you know that decision, but I realized that yes, I played for Manchester United and play for Real Madrid. I was moving as a real Madrid player. To play in a league that wasn't fully established at that point, but there was a real potential and opportunity there and it wasn't just on the field, which my my head automatically says. I want to be successful. I want to. I want to win trophies for the L. A galaxy. But more importantly, there was a bigger role as an ambassador for the league and for the sport in that country as well in the U. S. And And that's what really interested. Me. Yes. Firstly, I wanted to win championships with the galaxy. But then I wanted to be able to grow the sport. And it's interesting. I would think you would find it interesting, too, that this next generation of players, you know, maybe even the next two generations of players This is a given in many ways that they will build businesses around themselves. But that wasn't necessarily assumed when you came up. Is that fair to say, 100%? You know, I see I was I was making decisions. Probably when I was playing that people were looking at and saying even probably my dad was looking at me. But doing the odd, you know, photo shoot for GQ or the odd photo shoot for vogue and saying, Yeah, but you're You're footballer, So.

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:58 min | 7 months ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us, everyone. I'm Jason Kelly alongside Michael Barr and Mike Lynch. Let's get back to our conversation with Pete Bevacqua, chairman of NBC Sports Group. So, Pete, we got to talk about the business of media the business of consumption. In many ways you referenced earlier in the conversations that you know you're sitting and watching the U. S open via Peacock. If we were having this conversation a couple years ago, you know, we'd be talking about the peacock as a as a mascot is a simple as a as an icon, and now it's an entirely new Streaming network. Break it down for us because you see this entire landscape. How does the streaming world fit into the world of sports broadcasting? Well, what's so, uh Beneficial for us is it gives us endless real estate. And it allows people to do a deep dive on their passions. And obviously so many people are passionate about sports, But now we can fully round that out with exclusive coverage on Peacock. So if you're a golf fanatic like I am, you know we started this morning. Uh, it was going to be the first tee shot and you know, so you could wake up watch as much of the U. S open as you wanted to, as we kind of segue into Golf Channel and NBC coverage. And whether that's golf or the Premier League or, you know, I think about our new our new Sunday night football relationship with the NFL as we extended that deal, another 11 years. Every time we're sitting down and talking to our partners, current partners future partners were explaining to them that we have the unbelievable, uh, benefit of NBC and everything that NBC can bring to life, Pete. I was going over all the sports you have in your group, and it's not your grandfather's barrel jumping championships. I mean, you have a lot going. You got the NFL NHL. The PGA Tour, obviously, and the sport that I lap up like biscuits and gravy Auto racing, you've got Indy. First of all, that's a That was a big move. That's a big jewel. You have NASCAR. How has the top sports in auto racing help your coverage and your layout? Well, we have such a great relationship with our friends at NASCAR and IndyCar and I think back to the Indy 500 a couple of weeks ago. That was one of the sporting events that over the course of the last bit here with the pandemic, it felt like a big event. It sounded and looked like a big event, and it was one of the first times where I said to myself. We're getting back to normal. So we feel great about it. But you mentioned it. I mean, I I pinch myself When you think about the relationships we have. We've talked about the Olympics and the IOC, The NFL You mentioned NASCAR, the NHL, the P G, a tour the Triple Crown Notre Dame's football We just are coming off a really wonderful French Open and you know, I'm sitting here today. It's the beginning of June and thinking we're entering into a stretch that I think is not just going to be the busiest stretch in the history of NBC Sports. Truly, I would say the busiest stretch in the history of any sports group. With everything we normally have now, you layer on top of that, Because of the postponement, the Tokyo Olympics. We're going to blink, and we're going to be in the midst of an NFL season and Notre Dame football season the Premier League We're going to have the winter Games that Beijing Oh, by the way in the middle of the Winter Olympics, we're going to have a Super Bowl in L. A on NBC, and then we're going to come home from Beijing and turn the corner and our colleagues at Telemundo. We're going to have the World Cup. And what we're saying is, it's kind of this once in a lifetime collection of the absolute biggest events in sports. And they're all on NBC. So I told our team if we can't get excited about that were in the wrong business. Well, Peter let the landscape is forever changing, And I know that as soon the NBC sports network will will vanish and When I usually I'm in Boston, so among Comcast at age 65, NBC Sports Network tell the people who want paying close attention. What's happening where it's going and where they can find the program they usually found in the NBC Sports Network. Sure. So we made the decision kind of looking at the landscape realizing the power of NBC, the power peacock and you know our USA, which is part of our NBC portfolio, and we have what we've had, You know, World W W. E On USA and the thought process. The analysis we did. How can we take the best elements of Nbcsn and Embed them on USA and really, quite frankly, creates this Super Channel of entertainment and sports. And so I'm tremendously excited. And when we've talked to our partners at NASCAR, you know conversations which Steve Phelps and auto racing across the board and obviously everything we do is the W. W. A We're ultimately going to take the best elements of NBC s and put them on USA and create what I think will be a pretty unbelievable be powerful channel and it was really the best strategic approach for the future. Take the best of what we do. Put it on this one channel secure its success for a prolonged period of time. It just made all the sense in the world so people will be hearing and seeing more of that, as we move toward the end of 21 really begin to launch this new USA in 22, which will be Very sports Heavy. So you know excited about that. And As I sit in my role at NBC Sports Part of our responsibility is okay. What belongs on NBC? What belongs on USA? What belongs on Peacock? What's the most powerful formula for each partnership across those three platforms? And it gives us a lot of versatility, Lot of agility to keep current and hopefully a little bit ahead of the trends in the industry. Well, Pete it really, really good to spend some time with you. We could talk to you all day. But you've got you know golf to oversee and I dare say that Lynch is probably going to download Peacock is as we're getting off here because he's going to be fair to say, Lynch. You will be horizontal this weekend watching some U S open. You can take that to the bank. Yeah. Anyway, Pete really good to talk to you. Thank you so much. We enjoyed it. I appreciate it..

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Google, LVMH Unveil ‘AI Partnership’ for Luxury Online Shopping

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Google, LVMH Unveil ‘AI Partnership’ for Luxury Online Shopping

"Wealthy customers with a personalized experience when they shop online. Google will also work with individual brands like Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior. To enhance demand forecasting and inventory management and help better recommend targeted products to clients. AI will increasingly be embedded into every part of the operation. Karen Chase Bloomberg Radio. What's the true value of your custodial relationship? Ben Harrison of Bien Y. Mylan's Pershing

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Harry and Meghan Clash With BBC Over Story About Naming of Daughter

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Harry and Meghan Clash With BBC Over Story About Naming of Daughter

"Now talking about Harry and Meghan's. New baby. Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have denied a report that they named their newborn daughter Little bit a longtime nickname of Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, the second before asking the queen herself. The BBC reported, citing an unnamed Buckingham Palace source that the queen had not been asked by Harry and Megan before they gave the name to their second child. But a spokesperson for the Duke of Sussex tells CBS News that Harry did discuss the name with the queen ahead of the announcement and that the monarch was supportive of their choice. That Piper CBS News 708. Let's check in on Bloomberg business this

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UK PM Boris Johnson Married in Secret Ceremony

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

UK PM Boris Johnson Married in Secret Ceremony

"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was married in secret wedding Saturday. British newspapers say the 56 year old prime minister, very Kerry Simon's at Westminster Cathedral in front of close friends and family. 33 year old. Simon's was part of Johnson's campaign team when he was mayor of London. Last year's Simon's gave birth to the couple's first child. Johnson has four Children from a previous

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NASA Criticizes China's Rocket Re-Entry as Debris Lands Near Maldives

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

NASA Criticizes China's Rocket Re-Entry as Debris Lands Near Maldives

"Officials with NASA criticized China for a lack of planning with the return to Earth of a Chinese rocket early today, the Chinese government said the rocket came back down, with most components burning up in the atmosphere during reentry, the report says the remnant of the rocket landed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. S administrator, Bill Nelson said China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space

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8th woman comes forward with allegations against Cuomo

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

8th woman comes forward with allegations against Cuomo

"Come out, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This is the eighth woman to do so. So far CBS is Meg Baker tells us about a rally held yesterday where people demanded Cuomo's impeachment. Those were the chance heard from Washington Square Park to City Hall. Saturday. Rally cries for Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty to start the impeachment process when woman After a woman after woman after woman after woman after woman after woman has come out and we have a governor who refuses to resign. The time has come to call for impeachment. Others in support of the governor rallied outside his office in the city. And Cuomo, insisting he's done nothing wrong and refuses to resign is 12 Oh, eight, Here's Bloomberg business. Soon

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Jobless claims: Another 770,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Jobless claims: Another 770,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims

"Get the update now from Bloomberg business. Here's the details from Tom Busby Jeff 770,000 Americans filed for state unemployment benefits last week for the first time or than expected more than the week before. Clearly assigned. We're not seeing much improvement in the labor market. Meantime, American companies that pay their CEO more than 50 times, with a

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00:58 sec | 11 months ago

EXPAND - Bloomberg - WAV- Short - burst 1

"Daybreak for Wednesday, July 8th, 2020 coming up. The shower has coronavirus infection surge the government Rampage testing across the South the Trump Administration gives notice to the UN saying it's quitting the World Health Organization and the White House takes aim at Hong Kong with a push to undermine the city's currency Long Island beginning of days for every opening today. Plus President Trump pushes for schools to reopen in the fall on Michael. Barmore ahead. I'm downstairs shower in sports. The Ryder Cup has been postponed and another net won't be proud to be a restart petrol straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak on Bloomberg. 11300, New York, Bloomberg. 1991, Washington DC Bloomberg. 1061, Boston, Bloomberg 960 gianfrancisco, SiriusXM, 119 and around the world on Bloomberg Radio., and via the Bloomberg business hour off.

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Trevor Noah to host Grammy Awards Show from the Los Angeles Convention Center

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Trevor Noah to host Grammy Awards Show from the Los Angeles Convention Center

"Biggest is here. The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will air on CBS. Streaming platforms tonight with the Daily Show's Trevor Noah is host from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Despite the social distancing Because of the pandemic, there will still be performances from big names, including Post Malone, Harry Styles, BTS and Billy. I'll ish show could be caught online on Paramount, plus and grammy dot com. I'm Lisa Taylor.

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[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 4

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 4

"And just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's There's radio. I

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Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business

"In 2018 from the former president's sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, according to property records. Nike exec and he burned a 25, year veteran of the sportswear brand abruptly left the company following a Bloomberg Business Week report about her son operating a business reselling sneakers and using a credit card in her name. He reserved his vice president and general manager of North America, while her son known as West Coast, Joe, It turned Jordan's and easy's into a bona fide asset class. There's a Bloomberg pursuits dot com for more I'm Andrew Rhodey. Bloomberg

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Target keeps sales momentum going during pandemic

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Target keeps sales momentum going during pandemic

"Big sales A target's last quarter We get an update from Bloomberg Business this time brought to us by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise Bank. Here's Tom Busby, with details. Well, it was the terrific holiday quarter a target store sales up nearly 21%. That was more than forecast. Digital sales accounted for nearly a quarter of all transactions. That's those online grocery orders and deliveries, one of the big drivers there. Target did not give it out. Look for the full year, but still shares are higher in early trading. Just his Wall Street comes off his best day in months. The Dow up more than 600 points Monday. Right now, though, Dow futures just down a little bit down.

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"A Touch of Disney" to open at company's California Adventure Park

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

"A Touch of Disney" to open at company's California Adventure Park

"A pretty good day on Wall Street across the board, Let's see what happened in Bloomberg business. These theme parks in California have been closed for almost a year. But this afternoon, the mouse is unveiling a mini reopening plan. Starting March, 18th e Disneyland in California Adventure Parks will offer a limited capacity experience. It's calling a touch of Disney chops and outdoor dining will be open for a ticketed guests. Rides will not

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U.K. top court rules Uber drivers are "workers" entitled to benefits

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. top court rules Uber drivers are "workers" entitled to benefits

"Setback this morning for ride share company uber details with Bloomberg business Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff, this happened in the U. K. That's uber's biggest market in Europe, where the top court there ruled uber drivers are employees, not independent contractors as Uber maintains, and won a court battle in California for Now. Meantime, that means they're entitled to minimum wage, overtime, holiday pay and other benefits. This could start a big change and how gig workers are treated there and eventually over here,

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mean, great way, Tonto a year in many ways, because I do think that When you look beyond the success of the MBA, the whatever of the NFL and I think that's still to be determined. We do know that college sports is fundamentally change. And as he said 21 is going to be a massive year in terms of how we look at college sports going forward bar it is and I weigh Haven't old saying in Detroit My man brings it and I like that enthusiasm and what he said about the you know, we talked about a Wayne state or, you know, trying to play Michigan. Whatever I get exactly what he's saying. And I wonder if one solution to that. Is kind of what we do. Now we rank the collegiate teams one through 25. Whatever. And now you want to see people fight to get on that one through 25 list. Okay, let that be the list. That you're talking about. And then if you don't make it Hey, you know you got to do something. Let you I mean, one takeaway clearly is it's broken like that. It needs to be fixed, right? Absolutely. And this is going to come down to the haves and the have nots. And I think it's going to get worse before it gets better. Hey, made a great great point about some of these nonrevenue sports being the training ground, Basically, for our Olympic athletes, track and field, a wrestling, swimming and diving, which had been eliminated at many of we're not talking like Division Three schools were talking. You know, I gave clumsiness an example right off the top. But there's been some other Cincinnati and you know where these athletes going to train now for the Olympics, While Stanford was the example that everybody points to right, that means that was such an Olympic Breeding ground in many ways, and so you look at that, and I think we said this on the show earlier in the year, sort of like Stanford can't figure this out. I mean, what's gonna happen? Mongrels? If you don't want that, sometime in June of two kids feel better to be number one, The number five. I wear the number because of Mike. We have a chance to go for three in a row. His numbers to get town that's first start wearing that number. I would just happy and proud. Bloomberg business of Sports the number of the week All right, Mr Barr, the final version. Good lord. Number of the week. Yes, way. Did not do this in your absence, by the way, because I don't know. I just didn't want Lindsay to embarrassment. Oh, and away. We go to Costco. They are selling some expensive sports memorabilia online. Now you can get a Babe Ruth autographed baseball is going for about $64,000. What I want. Yeah. Is there the Ty Cobb autographed bat? And I'll be fair School at online at Costco okay for the low, low price. Of this number and it's priced like Costco and I should add. That I think He signed this in the forties. And so that that's an important factor because I don't think it was during his playing days like those in the during the forties, But if you're buying it at Costco, shouldn't you get like 30 of them? Hey, isn't that the whole thing and you get a roll of toilet paper? Exactly Right, Buying it in bulk on again. I'm going to say this. It's priced, just like you're at Costco. All right. Um, So you said the babe Ruth Ball 64,000 about $64,000 tie, Kat. Um I'm going to say $999.2999.

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"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"These. He's a Bloomberg business plan. Blumberg World Hank Waters, I'm Charlie Politi want to begin with the headline from the Bloomberg Professional Service and Exxon Mobil is planning a workforce reduction of 15% by the year and 2021 Exxon Mobil shares after hours trading lower now by just about 5% stocks fell from records is investors ASSESS the prospects for risk assets? After a blistering month long rally s and P 500 index Down 16 Today A drop their of 5/10 of 1% the Dow Down 271 down 9/10 NASDAQ lower by seven. A drop of about 1/10 of 1% tender down one 32nd 10 Year Yield 100.84% Gold down 6 10 17 70 70 ounce and west Texas intermediate Crude down 1% 45 06 a barrel after earnings, zoom video communication shares their down now after ours by 5%. I'm Charlie Pellet that Is a Bloomberg Business Flat, Charlie. Thank you so much. You are listening to Bloomberg Business week. Exxon Mobil singing non cash, fourth quarter impairment charge of 17 to $20 billion that just to add onto what Charlie said. About some of the Exxon Mobil news after the close, Well, record amounts of money we know are flowing into e s g E. T F this year fund managers from Black Rock to Aliens. Global on Investigative said Yes, she portfolios at performed during the coven 19 sell off. We know investors. Consumers. Everyone cares increasingly about DSG so earlier today I had to talk about conscious sustainability with a company that has for years thought about its impact on the environment and finding ways to make products that don't contribute to climate change are further pollute our world. Here is my conversation with Jenna Johnson, she's head of Patagonia from the Bloomberg Live, sustainable business event. In this excerpt, general talks about how companies can make money and still do good in the world. Check it out. Why is it that more retail isn't doing what you are? Why is it more companies doing what you are doing? What's holding it back? In your view? I think I think it's fear. You know, I think that there's a lot of companies that are that are afraid they're They're stuck in this growth model, and they're afraid that making change might influence or impact their ability to continue to see growth. Certainly. Um, you know, I think it's very much so in public organizations. You were really fortunate that we're private organization. But we're a private organization that sought after by a lot of investors because we are an extremely profitable company. And so I think Patagonia has proven that through good work and doing the right thing. You could be profitable and run a very successful business. Um, but I think that there's a lot of fear in people in companies today to be willing to make that change and toe try to implement some of these things. What I would say, though, in relation to that is that I think the thing that they should be the most afraid of is not changing. You know, the consumer is very clearly changing and is very clearly demanding sustainability. And responsible business practices from organizations all around the world. And for those companies choose not to be willing to make change today, you know, I think that's their greatest threat, actually, but many of them don't quite see that yet. What do you think? Would kind of move the needle more. And I know you and I have talked a lot about transparency. You guys of Patagonia. I mean, I've got in the catalogs like you kind of lay it all out. You go to the website and Talks about all the initiatives that you guys were doing, you know? Do we need like grading system of some sort, so that if I go shopping, I can compare this sweater to this sweater and understand with the impact on the environment is what the impact on, you know you name it in terms of sustainability. Do we need a grading system? And if so, who needs to put it in places that the different industries do. Investors need to be involved in this? I think a lot of people need to be involved in this. I do believe that a grading system could be useful. I believe in transparency first and foremost, and so I feel the first step is simply Our business is kind of aligning on metrics that are important and being able to all agree on what those are and put those force. Could that be a greeting system? Absolutely. Could it just be collaboration amongst corporations and businesses to find what those metrics are that really that really show kind of the work that the businesses are doing? I think that creates an incentive, of course. We are competitive by nature. But there are some things that we should not be competing on on decomposition in terms of sustainability and responsibility. This is where collaboration works, and we could find other things to find as our competitive advantages amongst businesses, But I think if we could Line and certain industries are beginning to have these conversations and it's really great to see a line on specific metrics that they could become really transparent with then you then you do put the ownership back into the customer's hands to be able to educate themselves and make really informed decisions when they go to make purchases. Well, you know, it's interesting before we got going, you and I were talking about the pandemic and how remarkable it is what we've seen right with, you know, pharmaceutical companies and industry that is competitive right with one another and yet with government support It's pretty amazing and remarkable what they've been able to do in terms of reducing a vaccine did at one of the vaccine from 10 years to a year roughly or so on guy. Do you think about collaborative efforts? Globally. How it could bring about changes when it comes to some of the things that you guys are doing and implementing it on a wider scale, and I do wonder are those conversations happening? Or Obviously, maybe they need to happen. Yeah, I mean, they are happening. I think the vaccine example. Carol is such a beautiful example. Because we're seeing it play out right? They're all going to be all those businesses. Air going, Tonto be profitable. It's not. It's not a race to be first. In this particular case, it's a It's a race to work together so that everyone can offer this vaccine to the world and we can move forward. On Do you know, I think kind of going back to how we started the interview. It's old businesses had a mission statement that said that they were in business to save the home planet. We would operate so differently with each other. And we would all work together to find the ways that we can have our own, You know, unique skill set that we bring to the table in order to contribute to what is an incredibly complex. Um, solution to save the home planet. There is not one circle..

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"Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg Quick Take Bloomberg Business has 17 past the hour. Let's get you caught up on market action. We kind of had a bit of a reversal of fortune equities traded a much higher levels through much of the day is a matter of fact. The S and P and the NASDAQ Each extended yesterday's record closes. But then came the Fed minutes at around two PM Wall Street time policymakers downgrading their expectations for growth in the second half of the year. They also indicated more accommodation may be necessary. They saw a rebound in consumer spending. But they repeated the view that the path of the recovery is going to depend clearly on whether you get the virus contained and then some members expressed ah little bit of skepticism on the benefit cost tradeoff of adopting yield. Control. So we had the Dow coming in today by about 3/10 of 1% has mentioned SNP NASDAQ, each down from records SNP weaker today by nearly a half of 1% and the NASDAQ compa dropping about 6/10 of 1% on the day. Momenta Pharmaceuticals look ATT this up nearly 70% on the session, companies being inquired by Johnson and Johnson for about 6.5 billion. J and J shares were up 2/10 of 1%. Week, Though we're shares in Gilead Sciences down nearly 5%. Today, the company failed to win FDA approval of a new experimental drug for arthritis. In the bond market. 10 Year Treasury last quoted 68 Basis points a day of dollars strength with the Bloomberg dollar spot Index.

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04:40 min | 2 years ago

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"The Bloomberg business out the Bloomberg business Bloomberg world headquarters on Charlie Pellett H. P. and because a doctor at a shareholder rights plan that would make the takeover more difficult to carry out H. P. fighting off a hostile acquisition by Xerox holdings H. pieces if a person a group requires twenty percent or more of HD stock the plan but then take affect it was a down Thursday here with the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all moving lower today as some P. down twelve a drop of four tenths of one percent the Dow down one hundred twenty eight points down four tenths again the S. and P. dropping for tense as well nasdaq down sixty six that was a drop of seven tenths of one percent ten you a fifteen thirty seconds the yield one point five one percent gold now at sixteen nineteen fifty eight the ounce crude West Texas intermediate up five tenths of one percent fifty three seventy three a barrel recapping down day on Wall Street S. and P. down twelve a drop of four tenths of one percent I'm Charlie Pellett and that is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie delta thank you so much you were listening to a special edition of Bloomberg businessweek live from NJ I. T. here in Newark were having a conversation about the future of work in part understand the future of work is understanding where science is going what the jobs are going to be and what the aspirations are for this next generation of technology kill militants I want to put this question to you you're the senior V. P. over at our end of our anti of remark local company and and I do wonder what's going on in the in the war in in terms of disease biology we're talking about this during a break in I'm so intrigued by what that actually means so I've been a student of human disease biology for my whole career and the the the the central problem we have is we want to understand what goes wrong when people develop the disease and then we want to figure out something we can do to modulate that some medicine or some vaccine we can give the will modulate the human disease but the problem is we don't know as much as we would like to know I can tell you for it during my career we know three orders of magnitude more about human biology that we did at the start and it's not even a tenth of a tenth of a tenth of a percent of enough we will credit you're not that old the right only as old as you feel so I'm not old at all but I would here's the here's the exciting part the the exciting part is because of the convergence of many different things we can now it's now possible to study human disease biology with a resolution and with a continuity it's never before been imaginable no we haven't cashed in on it yet but you can feel it coming so think about it in the past if we want to know something about human disease we relied on a patient going to a health care provider and telling them once a month or once a week right about fix now you can know everything continuously if you do it ethically and if you do it in a in an informed way you can understand not what a disease looks like at a doctor's visit every few weeks or months you can understand what's going one continuously what the patterns look like if you want to actually take a sample from a patient with consent of course yeah and if you want to analyze it you can analyze it with a depth of resolution down to finding out what's going on in single cells inside each tissue you can understand it with a depth and complexity that was never imaginable even just even just a decade ago I have to think this is something you're seeing Virginie that you know because of the the the equipment and and all the the research if you guys are doing I can't tell you exactly the same story between factory for example what about the artificial intelligence are bringing to us more safe safety of environment I quality may be some time quick quick execution of the task and at the same time for you one would be dedicated to elevated the task they will be may be in charge of the logistic programming the robots that's why the segmentation of the task in fact only be it would be different in the future but definitely the robots and the A. R. I'm going to bring us a higher quality and at the same time giving the your mind the possibility to have elevated the world well this is what's interesting and and marks that were to come in on this because I feel like we've written about this a lot in business week magazine this whole idea of its not robots taking over for humans but you're going to see Madame machine kind of working much more closely than ever before well said that was that she might punch line.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Is traveling with the president in Florida with more on the back and forth between the Democrats and the Republicans over Senate trial witnesses the president has been making this argument if the Democrats say they need witnesses and documents and it's so easy for the Republicans to argue well guys does that mean you didn't have enough information the not for hard evidence in the house to impeach him in the first place and I think that's a message that a lot of people are going to stroked their chins about this thing maybe there's something to that president trump spending the holiday break at his bar a log was space in Palm Beach all thirty eight on WBZ time for us to check wallstreet term mixed numbers says we see right now with the nasdaq pulling back just a tad other averages up let's get the very latest now from Bloomberg business and Andrew day well there's been enjoying its longest rally in a decade the index spending months of the session today for the twelve trading day in a row after crossing the nine thousand level for the first time yesterday the nasdaq's game today has been at times razor thin and occasionally nonexistent so just right now nasdaq losing eight S. and P. five hundred up to Dallas fifty four even as a parent of NBC prepares went to the TV streaming service business with a spring launch of peacock trying to buy an existing streaming service also Wall Street journal says Comcast is in advanced talks to acquire video streaming companies zoom X. U. M. O. it's one of a handful of companies offering free ad supported video streaming services across a range.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"The Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business world headquarters on Charlie we've got thirty minutes to go ahead of the closing bell with the down the S. and P. and nasdaq all down but well off their session lows right now the US views down twenty two points that is a drop of seven tenths of one percent the Dow was down two hundred eighty one points lower by one percent the nasdaq is down fifty four a drop of six tenths of one percent trade tariffs very much in focus today driving the news we've got the ten year up thirty thirty seconds the old one point seven one percent gold up one percent fourteen seventy seven the islands and West Texas intermediate crude up five tenths of one percent fifty six twenty six a barrel natural gas surging five percent to forty four per million B. to use again recapping stocks lower SMP down twenty two a drop of seven tenths of one percent I'm Charlie Pellett in fact is a Bloomberg business slash yeah but you please the driver the clothes it is time for the drive to the close range the check is with us back with us senior market strategist at LPL financial seven hundred six billion dollars in assets under management by joining us.

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"On the Bloomberg business that this is Bloomberg radio all Bloomberg world headquarters sign Charlie palette that down Tuesday's stocks are slipping around the world bonds rallying after president trump pain to his tower of weapon on economies from South America to Europe and China denting hopes for a global recovery as some P. now down by thirty points at three thousand eighty three a decline of one percent the Dow has dropped three hundred seventy eight points that's a decline of one point four percent the nasdaq is lower by eighty five points down now by one percent the ten year the old one point six nine percent cold advancing one point one percent fourteen seventy eight Beyonce improved now up by seven tenths of one percent fifty six thirty six apparel so the S. and P. five hundred index extending a three day route to about two and a half percent does the US plans to move forward with tariffs on Chinese goods if no deal is reached before the mid December deadline Catherine Mann is global chief economist at city group she was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg television I mean really expected that deal to be much of a deal to begin with on and sell having it pushed office just out perhaps getting rid of some uncertainty so that's a good thing and then the second thing is is that when we look at the twenty twenty is going to be as much of an escalation of trade tensions as he signed twenty nineteen certainly not and France's government says the European Union will retaliate if the U. S. follows through on a threat they had about two point four billion of French products with tariffs over a dispute concerning how large tech companies are taxed again the down the S. and P. and nasdaq all slumping today S. and P. down twenty nine now a drop there are nine tenths of one percent it is one oh two on Wall Street time now for the market drivers report with.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg world headquarters, I'm Charlie Pellett. Stocks higher thirteen minutes to go ahead of the closing bell. The Dow now up one hundred fifty points up six tenths of one percent s&p at twenty six oh nine twenty seven up. One point one percent. Nasdaq up one hundred fifteen up one point seven percent technology shares pushing stock indexes higher the pound paring losses against the dollar after UK politicians voted against a Brexit deal. Right now, we have got the ten year down three thirty seconds yield two point seven one percent. Gold down two tenths of one percent twelve eighty nine ounce and crude oil west Texas intermediate up three point two percent. Fifty two fourteen a barrel. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Journal. You let me drive. Honey, please rival. Question. This is the drive to the globe. Thanks for driver. Don on Bloomberg radio. This time for the drive to the closely on the break is with us. He's chief growth officer at sequoia financial group based in Rochester. Michigan in.

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