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"June grosso from Bloomberg radio 33 parents caught up in the college admissions cheating scandal chose to plead guilty The first two parents who chose to have a jury decide their cases were found guilty on all counts Guilty of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to get their kids into elite schools as bogus athletic recruits acting U.S. attorney Nathaniel Mendel said no one is above the law They and their families enjoy privileges and opportunities that most of us can only imagine Yet they were willing to break the law and the jury has now found that they did break the law The prosecutors had introduced powerful evidence including secretly recorded phone calls between the two men and Rick singer the ringleader of the scheme I can send him your 500,000 that you wired into my account to secure the spot for one of your girls Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia hurtado who covered the trial So pat how long was the jury out Well the jury deliberated just a little over ten hours over two days And it was a categorical win for the government They convicted both of these dads who were accused of paying bribes to get their kids into elite schools convicted of every single count There was one question from the jury and it was a complicated charge Encompassing the concept of the parents paid bribes to corrupt people and by doing this bribing they robbed the colleges of the honest services of their employees to do their job properly and not give swaps to kids whose parents paid bribes And the judge basically gave the jury on a smartest board of opportunities to convict them just on that one count alone The jury found guilty on every single count It was quite stunning The defense had argued vociferously that they had not paid bribes And if they had paid money they understood them to be quote unquote donations to the schools So they said this corrupt college counselor named William Rick singer who had played guilty and agreed to cooperate against them He was the con man who had lied to them and misled them about what the true function of the money was going to be The prosecutors managed to get this verdict even without the testimony of the mastermind How did that go Well what they did is they did play the wiretaps of these parents discussing lip singer their plan And John Wilson is private equity executive and he was on tape talking to singer about possibly arranging to pay $500,000 for each of his two daughters So a $1 million to facilitate his daughter's interest into Stanford and Harvard And then he asked if he could get a two for one deal So he was haggling for a discount So he didn't want to pay more than a million And the government said that was showing his willingness to engage in a dirty deal And the other dad gamal Abdelaziz and he's the former wind resorts executive He was on tape talking to singer singer actually was bragging to him that he wanted to use this fake profile that they used to get his daughter into UFC as a purported basketball star that he wanted to use it for other stake athletes And Abdul Aziz chuckles and says I love it So the government said this is the true understanding these two parents had that they knowingly understood that singer was corrupting the process The judge made some evidentiary rulings that seem like points on appeal What the government did in this case and the judge allowed it is he allowed the prosecutors to put in evidence from other parents including emails and then they called one of these dads who played guilty His name was Bruce isaacson He's at Northern California businessman He and his wife played guilty to paint broads to singer to get their kids into college This dad testified about his mindset So the government said you can infer from the testimony of this other dad what these two gaps were thinking The defense was syphilis argued against this They said it's unfair Some of the evidence that the defense argued shouldn't have been seen by this jury because it has nothing to do with these defendants For example prosecutors show jurors conversations and emails with other parents like soliciting health men or Lori Loughlin and her husband about their kids that had nothing to do with these two defendants kids and also wiretap of other parents talking to singer which they said had nothing to do with their clients And the judge also limited the evidence that the defendants could bring in to make their case Right The defendants wanted to bring in more evidence of what exactly was going on at the schools And they really went after U.S. state The University of Southern California And they had this VIP list which they showed the jury which had all these students that were admitted as a similar kind of recruited athlete or they're called walk on So they're not the actual star athletes that are national champions but they are students who get in and they get to be on the team as a manager or second strand for example And so these two parents argue they should be allowed to show this transactional aspect college admissions is about at USC They argued that USB admitted kits and they had evidence in this spreadsheet of kids their parents had given donations including a kid whose parents gave USD $5 million that kid got knitted as a quote unquote walk on tennis recruits But the judge rejected their ability to call USD athletic department officials to really inquire and explore this you know money talks and the admissions process and the judge said USC was not on trial So the only thing that could really bring out was if you're a recruited athlete you have like an 85 to 90% chance of admission Some of these kids actually get admitted when there's sophomores in high school and they get a promise of ignitions of guaranteed admissions in sophomore year in high school You did a story that there was a debate within the prosecutor's office about whether the target singer the mastermind or use him to go after the wealthy parents and usually prosecutors go up the ladder in this case they went down the ladder Such Nancy gertner who is a retired federal judge in Boston and she's a professor at Harvard Law School And she was saying that his life using the drug kingpin to have them play guilty and testify against his clients the people who buy the drugs are This is kind of backwards and the philosophy Now there was a quote unquote raging debate I spoke to Andrew welling who was the boss in the U.S. attorney who led the office when they were putting this case together And he said they decided that it would make a beggar impression against the corrupt parents instead of having a one off case and just going after singer and have him get convicted and then maybe you might be able to implicate one or two parents but they decided to go big and make a big splashy.

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Bloomberg Intelligence

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence

"Day The Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street action What's the thought on apple here from Bloomberg intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Subscribe to day at Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex steel and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio All right we all have heard about the supply chain challenges out there in the economy It's a global story One of the big issues is getting containers.

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Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | Last month

Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

"Will keep paying employees of the tennessee. Store attacked by a third party vendor. Sarah bartlett has more a kroger. Spokesperson says the caller vel store will stay closed while police investigate thursday's attack which left a customer identified as livia king dead ten workers and four other customers were hurt in the mass shooting. Kroger says counseling services are available to any associate who needs help. The shooter took his own life and a motive is still unknown. I'm sarah

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence

Bloomberg Intelligence

00:34 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence

"This is Bloomberg intelligence We are really getting into now this streaming's arms race This is looking at that and saying we can really build a nice niche for ourselves In that research and data on 2000 companies and 130 industry The dollar is the dominant content in the planet I think the acquisition is now turning progression of what Microsoft can do with this technology going forward Bloomberg intelligence with Alex steel and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio Over the next hour we're gonna dig inside the big business stories impacting Wall Street and the global markets Each and every week we provide in depth research and data on some of the 2000 companies and 130 industries our analysts cover worldwide Today we're going to take a look at how input and freight costs are impacting European industrials and their margin expansion Plus despite its small sliver of the engineering software market Bentley's systems is well positioned to capitalize on infrastructure spending But first and it's only because it's me We're gonna take a look at a preview to oil earnings We got big oil and then we're gonna get the E and ps the expiration and production companies All is we have an energy crisis kind of bubbling up all over the world So let's break it down with Bloomberg intelligence senior energy analyst Fernando Vale Fernando always a pleasure Pleasure is all mine Okay so before we get to individual names what's your macro take right now Well it's a very complex world that we're going through You mentioned the energy crisis and I think if you look just at oil as the stand-alone commodity you can't help but be bullish We don't have the capability to make up for the man as it was pre-pandemic And we're actually in some cases in the U.S. specifically surpassing pre virus demand And if you combine that with the fact that natural gas is at all time highs in Europe and in Asia And we can't really get all the LNG over to those destinations It really creates a setting for oil and gas to just benefit for the next 6 months The question is what happens with China So much of their GDP is tied to real estate development and construction If that slows down how big of an impact will it be And then there's always the issue that oil prices are its biggest enemy right You're seeing already to impact an emerging market as demand starts to trickle down because of the rise in oil prices combined with weaker emerging market currencies All right Fernando we've got oil it over $80 a barrel It's been that way for a while Now I'm just thinking about your shale companies in the past when we've seen oil move higher They just start digging holes in the ground Are we going to see that again Are they going to have some discipline here I think they can't help but have some discipline And there are two main reasons for it The first one is in some cases data just don't have The Rock They don't have the geological resources to go out there and get more oil And if you look at North Dakota the Bakken play there they peaked at over one and a half million barrels a day I think we're really going to be at the 1.11 .2 million barrels a day for the foreseeable future They really drill too much too fast And so there isn't the ability to get there back to those levels The second issue is you went through a wave of equipment retirement during the pandemic It takes time to bring some of those units back into work Some of them may not work at all And everybody's having issues with labor shortages and the oil patch is no different It will be hard to attract talent back especially given the recent scarring from 2014 and in 2020 So that's interesting So if that's the case when these guys report is it just going to be a mountain of free cash flow and dividends Yes and no It depends on how you came into the pandemic If you're Conoco or Chevron yes you're going to see a wave of free cash flow because you came into this with a great balance sheet If your excellent and Oxy you're going to get free cash flow but that's going to go back to paying down dividends You took way too much you foil prices crash You didn't buy when oil was 30 $40 You did it at 80 90 And so you need to pay those debt holders back first And the dividend is going to lag All right so we're going to see some discipline out of some of these energy countries and companies How about OPEC just in general I mean it just seems like again oil north of $80 There's got to be some pressure building there Maybe from Russia some others to start pumping it out But it seems like they're discipline there as well Yes Interesting Russia was never that discipline to begin with Okay So I don't think they will be for the foreseeable future I think the biggest question is Saudi and the UAE and they're starting to bring back production Can they stay a ten and a half million barrels a day as they did pre-pandemic I think that was never sustainable level to begin with So I think there are going to be much closer to capacity and consensus gives give them credit for So we may be building to a shortage Again as long as their man holds up supplies is not there to meet it in 2022 So just going back to the U.S. for just a second There's this really cool thing called ducks Paul Phil but uncompleted wells right Okay And basically you drill and you don't complete them and then when all of us in the oil price gets better you complete them It's no big deal It's not a lot of manpower We run those down a lot And I wonder like when these oil companies are gonna be forced to spend money and increase production just to keep production flat because they've kind of pulled all the tricky lovers that they can You're exactly right and we were starting to see ducks flatten out and start to a slight build And I think the question is do we have the rigs and do we have the frac crews to get there And when you look at the Permian the Permian finally went above pre-pandemic levels in July I think you might not have enough completion cruise right away You have to move them you know it takes time to get the equipment where it needs to be And I think you may have see a slight rise in ducks over the next couple of months But it's what I said Can you get the people and the equipment there to get the production that you need And really the only place you need it now is the Permian So wonderful I love for not opening a Bloomberg intelligence senior energy analyst always good to get your perspective It's okay I'm talking about book It's gonna be awesome It's gonna be awesome She's so fun All right go back to the program Trucker sentiment keeps rates outlook in very high gear You are listening to Bloomberg intelligence on Bloomberg radio providing in depth research and data on 2000 companies and a 130 industries You can access Bloomberg intelligence through BI go on the terminal I'm Alex.

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Ford Hires Away Executive Leading Apple’s Car Project

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:28 sec | Last month

Ford Hires Away Executive Leading Apple’s Car Project

"A big win for Ford and a setback for Apple. Ford has hired away from Apple, the executive leading that company's effort to come up with a self driving car. Doug Field, had been a former executive at Tesla. Now he's the chief advanced technology officer at Ford. Ford shares are about 1% higher. Apple shares are up almost 2%. But this is a coup for Ford, and that it's made big strides in convincing investors. It can compete with Tesla on electric vehicles and technology.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:36 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports

"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 Michael Barnes I'm Scarlett booth And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation with Todd buff President top rank the boxing promotion behind world champions like Tyson Fury and Terence Crawford And 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 in May with a package it was a $100 and you did 1.6 million buys It was crazy So there's always been that peer 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 what we came to operators and dishes And I think that's really where we're seeing the delta we're seeing a much more robust responsive 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 results of 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 files What do the profit margins look like for pay per view versus streaming overall versus being on network television which I know was back in the day I'm just curious if you could break it down for us Well our perspective is it varies 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 sits on a a la carte basis other than what our media rights deal is currently with ESPN and Disney So we provide about roughly 30 shows not including pay per view shows and our libraries and shoulder programming and the whole verticals boxing vertical to ESPN gives me ESPN+ and we get the regular shows for that And we provide that and you get to see the G of the Lopez's or the loan and chain goes in the world or the tights and theories who comes over the U.S. and pikes twice on the ESPN+ and expose them to on paper still that's a different model That's an olive heart model and it depends on the deals that you make with the fighters and the athletes and your cost base associated with that So there is no formula Profit margin system that's set up for the patient It's bespoke then Yeah I'm your 100% this 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 It's strictly on pay per view subscriptions I looked at the whole body of work as they said right I felt like we made a big move I mean 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 the SPN 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 in 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.

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Bitcoin Faces Biggest Test as El Salvador Makes It Legal Tender

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

02:24 min | Last month

Bitcoin Faces Biggest Test as El Salvador Makes It Legal Tender

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:10 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Strawberries than it really does I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom in person early voting starts today in both New York City and New Jersey voters will choose a new mayor in New York Some of the other offices on the New York City ballot include public advocate city controller and city council In the garden state they will choose whether to reelect a democratic governor Phil Murphy or to replace him with Republican challenger Jack chitrali Early voting ends October 31st Several governors were in Washington D.C. yesterday for a meeting of the democratic governors association There was lots of talk about the progress of the big proposed infrastructure Bill and what it would mean for states Bloomberg caught up with Ned Lamont governor of Connecticut I was there with a lot of governors I mean I'm from an old state Connecticut We have old infrastructure So the infrastructure Bill fixing our roads and bridges absolutely vital And I'm really pleased that day care child care universal pre-K is standing in the final bill Connecticut governor Ned Lamont was interviewed for Bloomberg radios sound on Governor Cathy hoka signed a package of four bills meant to aid formerly incarcerated people in New York more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini One bill allows people who have been convicted of a felony and fully served their sentence in prison to act as the executor of a family estate Another bill allows for people who are reentering after prison to work overtime or night shifts without violating their pearl Local also approved a measure that allows people subject to supervised release to file protest against work related labor conditions And the governor back to Bill that has meant to simplify the process for obtaining certificates issued by state corrections and community supervision officials This helps formerly incarcerated people to show they have not committed crimes since their release from prison to east Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer.

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Cardi B & Offset Welcome Baby No. 2

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | Last month

Cardi B & Offset Welcome Baby No. 2

"Cardi B and offset are welcoming their second child together. The rapper with songs that have over a billion views on YouTube, posted a photo of herself her husband and their newborn baby on Instagram. The caption simply reads 94 21. No word on the baby's name or gender. But the Blue Heart in the caption has many speculating.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:45 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"A result of COVID-19 Nobody's gonna be taking the subways you know everybody's trying to avoid the crowds so they stick it to the cars now James hopin New York The jury has started its deliberations in the murder trial of three former Georgia sheriff's deputies All three are accused of killing your remark in a 2017 arrest during which they used stun guns to subdue the man closing arguments were heard this week in the trial of Henry Lee Copeland Michael Howell and Rhett Scott the deputies insist they acted reasonably Prosecutors say they had no reason to detain Martin at all There will be a 5 K run and walk in New York today in honor of a teacher shot and killed during the 2018 shooting attack at a Parkland Florida high school teacher Scott beagle was shot four times trying to shield his students Beagle grew up in farmingdale New York Less than four months before the city hosts the Winter Olympics Beijing is offering coronavirus booster shots to those considered at risk individuals considered at risk are those competing organizing or working in the Olympics Others eligible for boosters include people working in retail manufacturing education and public facilities I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom in person early voting starts today in both New York City and in New Jersey Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more Voters are choosing a new mayor in the Big Apple and in the garden state they're choosing whether to reelect democratic governor Phil Murphy Murphy has a lead in the polls over Republican challenger Jack chitrali Democrat Eric Adams is the heavy favorite over Republican Curtis in the race for New York City mayor and some of the offices on the New York City ballot include public advocate city controller at city council Early voting ends October 31st Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell has sounded a note of heightened concern over a persistently high inflation We get the story on that from Bloomberg's truly pellet Powell made clear that the Central Bank will begin tapering of its bond purchases shortly but remain patient on raising interest rates during a virtual panel discussion hosted by the South African reserve bank and carried live on Bloomberg radio Paul said the risks are clearly now to longer and more persistent bottlenecks and thus to hire inflation Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Some city workers are fuming over a big incentive to the unvaccinated to get vaccinated against COVID-19 Mary Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that all city workers must be vaccinated against COVID-19 but hold outs who get their first shot by next Friday's deadline will get a $500 bonus That will cost taxpayers up to $23 million New York City workers who rushed to get the COVID vaccine are criticizing that $500 incentive City workers have a week to comply or be put on unpaid leave 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.

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Boeing's New 787 Dreamliners Likely Delayed Until at Least Late October

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:32 sec | Last month

Boeing's New 787 Dreamliners Likely Delayed Until at Least Late October

NYC to Develop Evacuation Plan and Alert System for Basement Apartment Residents

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:45 sec | Last month

NYC to Develop Evacuation Plan and Alert System for Basement Apartment Residents

At Least 8 People Killed in NYC, New Jersey After Ida Slams Northeast

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:52 sec | Last month

At Least 8 People Killed in NYC, New Jersey After Ida Slams Northeast

Nevada Gets Evacuation Warning, Caldor Fire Nears Lake Tahoe

Bloomberg Law

00:15 sec | Last month

Nevada Gets Evacuation Warning, Caldor Fire Nears Lake Tahoe

"Some Nevada residents are being forced out of their homes because of the Cal door. Fire reports say People living on the east side of Lake Tahoe have been given evacuation orders this after the fire forced roughly 22,000 in South Lake Tahoe, California to flee their

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Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | Last month

Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

"Power zooming Laura now by just about 10%. We're keeping an eye on zoom video communications out with the sales forecasts. It did fall short of some analysts estimates, raising concerns the company will have difficulty maintaining rapid revenue growth as workers turn away from remote meetings. Again. Shares of Zoom now down by

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Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | Last month

Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

"The growing rage around Cryptocurrencies has captured the attention of the defending U. S Open champion has been exploring where she can invest in the space. Part of her interest was brought on by all the noise around does coin the digital token that became famous for being the first? Mm coin to start out as a joke? Here's a little bit of a quote. I was actually just talking with my agent about Cryptocurrencies, she said in an interview last week. This is a quote. I know that online. Everything is getting bigger. I remember reading about does coin. There's going to be something new and interesting. That's going to pop up. Massocca said. The continuous stream of conversations around Bitcoin especially on our Twitter feeds doctor interest even before her agent approached her with the idea to invest. You

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Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

This Week

00:35 sec | Last month

Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

"League baseball teams will require Covid 19 vaccines for those working in their organisations. Rebecca Hubbard, reports to Major League Baseball teams are requiring full time non playing employees to get the Covid vaccine. The Washington Nationals employees had till Thursday to show proof of vaccination or offer a medical or religious exemption. The Houston Astros required the vaccine for their major league club, as well as the three minor league teams they own. According to ESPN. As fighting continues throughout September, those without an exemption or proof of vaccine will be fired. The

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Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:20 sec | Last month

Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:56 sec | Last month

Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

"Hurricane Ida is less than 300 miles from home in Louisiana with sustained winds of 105 MPH. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, predicts the storm will strengthen rapidly before it makes landfall, bringing a life threatening storm surge, potentially catastrophic wind damage and flooding rainfall beginning Sunday morning, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says this storm could be one for the history books will be one of the strongest hurricanes to hit anywhere in Louisiana sense. At least the 18 fifties as the Cal door fire rages closer to Lake Tahoe. The vacation destination was empty Saturday, leading up to the Labor Day holiday. Smoke conditions, along with shifting gusty winds started to scare off the tourists. A fire watches being put in place for 11 A.m. on Monday by the National Weather Service. That's one step closer to a red flag warning officials are hopeful that several man made fire lines can save the iconic Lake Tahoe basin from the raging

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Dating Apps Are Turning to Video and Audio to Link People up

Bloomberg Opinion

00:26 sec | Last month

Dating Apps Are Turning to Video and Audio to Link People up

"Say goodbye to swiping dating apps are using audio and video to get more users on their sites in the hopes of generating more money. With the addition of audio and video people can interact in a way that hasn't been seen in online dating. One dating, Apps says It will also allow people to form better connections that could draw more people together. Online users have been clear that they're interested in meeting up over video as a way to break the ice or check a potential dates. Vibes before seeing them in

Tropical Storm Ida Nears Louisiana, Prompting Governor's Emergency Declaration

Bloomberg Law

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Ida Nears Louisiana, Prompting Governor's Emergency Declaration

"A state of emergency ahead of Tropical Storm Ida. Edwards says the declaration will help everyone prepare for the storm, which could hit Louisiana late Sunday or early Monday. The governor wants people to be ready for tropical storm force winds, flash flooding and storm surge. I'm Brian shook

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Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

"Manchester City in Ronaldo are nearing an agreement for the event is superstar to leave Italy for the Etihad. Sources say that city manager Pep Guardiola and Ronaldo spoke earlier today regarding the potential move for the final obstacle being event is his insistence of a fee of around €28 million for the 36 year old. Group stage

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Trevor Lawrence Gets Nod as Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB for Week 1

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Trevor Lawrence Gets Nod as Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB for Week 1

"Three. Jacksonville Jaguars, finally announcing that number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will get the start next week. Well, excuse me Get to start week one versus the Houston Texans. Jaguars coach Urban Meyer had repeatedly stated during training camp that Lawrence was in competition with former starter Gardner Minshew for the starting job. I'm Dan Schwartzman, that your

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Kylian Mbappe Wants to Leave PSG Amid Real Madrid Interest

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Kylian Mbappe Wants to Leave PSG Amid Real Madrid Interest

"PSG has confirmed that they have turned down a real Madrid offer reported to be for €160 million for superstar killing OBOP. PSG sporting director Leonardo, though does acknowledge in an interview that the 22 year old France international does want to leave Park depends. Sources say the French giants would consider selling your body for around €200

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 10 months ago

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"Just a few months ago you would have thought it was science fiction. What do you think is realistic in terms of getting a vaccine and now it's a reality. Do we invest for inflation when it gets real when you make that cold. What's the pushback. Get the information you need. Where are we when it comes to rolling out a plan to trace affects what about political stability in the region on bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg quick tape. This is bloomberg radio surprises. Along the way that we launched pleasant we could see the first order dip back into negative territory. I'm expecting a fairly tumultuous year coming first part of the years going to be very tough much absolutely effing flation this coming back in twenty one economic recovery and not necessarily stock market recovery when we look back a decade from now and focus on what happened during twenty twenty. I think we'll be all amazed at the repentiti of the response. This is bloomberg surveillance with tongue. Jonathan barrel and lisa abramowicz. Good morning this is bloomberg surveillance on bloomberg radio and on bloomberg television on miller in berlin carolmassar in new york. Tom john and lisa are out this week for those of you on radio seeing this beautiful display of vibrant colors. We're watching the fireworks go off..

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01:37 min | 10 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"But we can give you the latest business and financial news fragrance free plus tease out some of what. You just said our tools in the toolbox for the fed does that point to the need for continued monetary support bloomberg radio the bloomberg business happened bloombergradio dot com the mark that this is having on a younger generation bloomberg the world is listening little other world twenty four hours a day bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and lueneburg quick tape. This is bloomberg radio. This is bloomberg daybreak europe. The ideas three the economy and suspended animation until we get through this virus. We are in the picture of monterrey dominant. We get growth. I mean let's not get confused about that. We all in a national cross. I think people policies to pull together area is facing an economic contraction of magnitude and speed that are unprecedented in peacetime bloomberg daybreak on bloomberg radio. A very good morning from london. You're listening to bloomberg daybreak of london digital radio with me. Caroline hepker info. Matt miller and anna edwards. This morning on this new year's eve program as we wrap up what's been such a challenging year perhaps one of the most challenging ever another. I will be celebrating end of two thousand twenty hoping for something better in twenty twenty one. And let's hope that this is the kind of dark before the dawn and couple of major themes really one is the rollout of the vaccination program bloomberg's been totting up..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wasn't part of Trump's plan, or Q and on. So where does that leave one of America's most disruptive conspiracy theories? We're gonna speak to an expert about the Cuban on movement Next thistles, Boomer. Just a few months ago, you would have thought it was science fiction. What do you think is realistic in terms of getting a vaccine, and now it's our reality. Do we invest for inflation? When it gets real? When you make that cold? What's the pushback? Get the information you need. Where are we? When it comes to rolling out a plan to trace folks, what about political stability in the region on Bloomberg Radio? Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio Com Bloomberg the world is listening if trying to figure out the future of your business is keeping you up at night. Are you seeing it? Come back at all. At least you have company. What do you make of the most recent virus headlines? How should labor respond? You're hyping to get political pressure experts information breaking news all day all night everywhere. Do you expect the euro to continue to strengthen? Why even have this hearing Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio com Bloomberg, the world is listening, reopening they reacting, rotation has taken place. How will it happen? Healthcare's obviously very much in focus. What's next? Surely expected to have an extension. What is this is going to be industrywide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep up. We have the latest world and national news right here, Mr Party for policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about Bloomberg. Radio..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vaccine prevented More than 90% of infections. In the study of tens of thousands of volunteers, the results could pave the way for a vaccine by the end of the year. Visor and bio in Tech could get two months safety data next week Wall Street that was throwing caution to the wind at the news s and P Futures are up. 125 NASDAQ futures Up 72 Dow futures up 1410 points Investors had already resumed their rally. Even before the vaccine news. Money managers say they were relieved The election results weren't drawn out with a razor thin margin, and they're looking forward to aid for the economy from a Biden administration. A company that owns vans in North Face. VF Corporation is now buying supreme. It's a street where fashion label it's a more than $2 billion cash deal. Joan Doniger Bloomberg Radio. Would you believe that finding knowledgeable people who think about what they're guests just said is easy. You're right. It wasn't reviewing that sector of the market. Bonnie Quinn Sounds like you think this movie is not a fetish. It's just a little breather. Paul's Weenie where connect confidence come from given what's going on in the world Bloomberg markets. We came mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. When we say Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere we've actually given the matter quite a bit of thought. Let's get now too. I guess joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson Valley. Bloomberg Radio Bloomberg business happen Bloomberg radio dot com. What is that? Moral leadership looked like T you at number the world is listening..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Bloomberg the world is listening. When we say Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere. We'd actually given the matter quite a bit of thought let's get down to our guests joining us from Bangkok to join us on the phone from the Hudson Valley Bloomberg Radio the Bloomberg business Davin Bloomberg radio.com. What is that? Moral leadership look like to you at Bloomberg. The world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty-four hours a day at bloomberg.com, Uncle Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take his Bloomberg Radio is Bloomberg surveillance a lot of them still in a bit of a guessing game trying to determine how severe the downturn will be. The only thing they can bring it into the crisis is containing the disease clinics. We are the ones got three where people depend on employment for healthy choice in the middle of a Health crisis real yield is a scarce F at these days is just unknowable. Of course where things are going Bloomberg survey junkie off. On Bloomberg Radio good Wednesday morning from New York City and points Beyond to our worldwide audience Equity Futures are mixed with a down S&P pointed to a higher opening off all the NASDAQ is off just slightly in the treasury market. The 10-year yield is up slightly to 0.68% on the Commodities front gold Falls to below $1,900 an ounce while WTI Crude is up slightly off now trades are just below forty dollars per barrel. Let's get some more color on those Equity markets. We turn to Bloomberg stocks editor Dave Wilson David. What are you looking at this morning? I got to go back to Nike and then considering the shares are up 12% and.

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Covid nineteen can the world reopen for business gives a sense of higher wrapping up taking care of folks on the ground. What's the long term to? Why will we not see a v-shaped recovery? Wind will there be a cure or vaccine? How can you model that at a time when it's unclear whether we're GONNA see a resurgence in viruses. The answer is will emerge you give us a sense of timing and you'll find them Here Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg Business Eappen Bloombergradio, DOT COM Bloomberg. The world is listening Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere. We've actually given the matter quite a bit of thought. Let's get to our guest joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson Valley Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloombergradio, dot. com. What is that moral leadership? Look like to you at Bloomberg the world is listening. Broadcasting Twenty. Four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business. APP and at Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio now a global news update. If Democratic presidential nominee, Joe, Biden wins in November. He wants to pick a new Supreme Court justice nonviolence election. President trump's nominee. Should be withdrawn by in visited. Philadelphia today and said, if he wins president trump's nominee should no longer be considered by the. Senate. By pledge to talk with both Republicans and Democrats about his pick for the nation's highest court senators are gearing up for a fight over filling the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader. GINSBURG, who died on Friday at the age of eighty seven, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has promised the Senate will vote on the nominees submitted by the president the Secretary of Health and Human Services says the American people are to thank for progress..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests? What's mixed? Surely, it's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide at least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news right here. This department policy he had long had this is about people that you care about Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloombergradio Dot Com, Bloomberg, the world is listening. Little. Twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg Radio Day markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg. Dictate this is a Bloomberg Business Flash Bloomberg World Headquarters I'm Charlie Pellett steep losses for the US stock market, Nasdaq closed his at the lows of the day S and p very close to it as the numbers settle here folks from. Globe. And by the way ringing that closing bell as we await the latest numbers out, of Lululemon and slack technologies, it was A. Down Day, for the Dow the S&P, Nasdaq the sell off picking up speed and tech shares as investors fled high fliers which fueled the historic five-month rally from pandemic lows. Oil plunged treasuries rose with the dollar here your numbers as some p down ninety five points drop their of two point eight percent. The Dow Jones. Industrial. Average. Close to session lows down six, hundred, thirty, one, a drop of two point two percent at the worst level. The Dow had been down six, hundred, sixty, eight points a drop their two point four percent Nasdaq lows of the day.

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Covid nineteen can the world reopen for business gives a sense of higher wrapping up taking care of folks on the ground. What's the long term to? Why will we not see a v-shaped recovery? Wind will there be a cure or vaccine? How can you model that at a time? When it's unclear whether we're GONNA see a resurgence in viruses the answer is will emerge and you give us a sense of timing and you'll find them here Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg Business Eappen Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg. The world is listening capital of the world twenty, four hours a day Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick tape. This is Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg Markets Glenn and polls sweetie the Fed action essentially unlimited quantitative easing taking aim at Corona virus vaccines and other treatments. This could be a lower for longer hit to. Kneeling Global. Once again, breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts if possible if you're going to be a scarring which. Is, really showing they're doing whatever it takes. A lot of people don't expect that the economy will reopen in full who's really getting industrial America. It's a major crisis. Bloomberg markets with funding Glenn Bowl Sweetie on Bloomberg. Radio. The Treasury had a thirty year auction this week weaker-than-expected believe it or not. We know somebody who knows something about this Ira Jersey chief US interest rates strategies Bloomberg Intelligence will join US plus burqa talk off things municipal bonds. We do that communities editor for Bloomberg breach that'll be coming up as well but I, it's better greg. Jarrett. Of Bloomberg News for eight Bloomberg business last record stature easing off losses that game earlier..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"The doors are opening one is that moment out in the distant future some things will be as they were others forever changed. The restaurant industry will never be the same buffalo every new development here on Bloomberg radio. What do we need in terms of maybe the new school of economic thought because the next best thing to magic is insight may take nearly a decade for the US economy to. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg. The world is listening and you'll capital of the world twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg markets by Glenn and Paul Sweetie that action essentially unlimited quantitative easing companies taking aim at Corona virus vaccines and other treatments, which would be a lower for longer hit to. Global once again through market news and insight from Bloomberg experts it's possible that this thing to be scouring with the spread is really showing they're doing whatever it takes. A lot of people don't expect that the economy will reopen full who's really hitting industrial America it's a major crisis. Bloomberg markets with Vonnie Quinn Kohl's sweetie on Bloomberg Radio Column Morikawa. twenty-three-year-old PJ champion is going to be speaking with an moment I spoke with him yesterday. So we'll have that for you also then going to get back into high yield and what to do in places like the digital space in this market. I, let's get a Bloomberg business flash from Greg Jarrett goals headed for the luggage downturn in seven years. Vanni as risk appetite gained after proposed US tax cut and a rise in bond..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"The doors are opening one is that moment out in the distant future some things will be as they were others forever changed. The restaurant industry will never be the same for every new development here on Bloomberg radio. What do we need in terms of maybe the new school of economic thought because the next best thing to magic is insight may take nearly a decade for the US economy to. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business APP, and Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg the world is listening as being twenty four hours a day Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio now, a global news update. Blaine deaths, written masks Pine Christopher crews at least eighteen people have been killed more than one hundred, forty injured when a Boeing seven thirty-seven skidded off a hilltop runway in the southern Indian state of Kerala today it then cracked into correspondent Bardiya sued is monitoring from New Delhi. Four. People I. Still in different hospitals about twenty of them remain critical to pilots were trying to land the plane in a monsoon. They are among the dead people in Britain have to wear masks in most indoor setting starting today including places of worship museums, cinemas, banks, and libraries. Masks were already mandatory in shops and on public transport wearing a mask outdoors also compulsory in some crowded parts of Marseille the second largest city in France. Paris. Expected to announce similar measures in the coming days. The US expected this weekend to reach five million infections one, hundred, sixty, two, thousand deaths from the corona virus as many as a quarter million bikers are in..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have? Healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests. What's mixed? Surely it's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide? At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and National News Right, here this department policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg, the world is listening. Things seems to be in motion. The macro clearly being driven by the coronavirus outbreak, but here will also mean a global recession. The narrative is driven by uncertainty at your own solid ground, looking forward to guiding you through all of this Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business. APP and Bloombergradio DOT COM Bloomberg. The world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg. Quick take. This is Bloomberg, radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Woodley, Star, top stories sporting. China vows retaliation. The US forces the clothes obits Houston culture that is one of the biggest threats to diplomatic ties between countries and decade. He was stocks are the five months as investor optimism about any new spending bill, eight potential corona virus vaccine outweigh those concerns over the escalation over tensions in China..

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Just a few months ago, you would have thought it was science fiction. What do you think is realistic in terms of getting a vaccine? And now it's a reality. Do we invest for inflation when it gets real when you make that cold, what's the pushback? Get the information you need. Where are we when it comes to rolling out? A plan to traits affects what about political stability in the region on Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloombergradio Dot Com Bloomberg. The world is listening. Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere. We've actually given a quite a bit of thought. Let's get to I. Guess joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson Valley newburgh radio the Bloomberg. Business APP and Bloombergradio Dot Com, what is that moral leadership? Look like to you Momberg the world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot Com on the Bloomberg business, APP and Bloomberg Creek tape. This is Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg surveillance unexploded. It's still in a bit of a guessing game trying to determine how severe the downturn will be the only thing they can bring an end to the crisis containing the disease. The one country where people depend on employment for health insurance in the middle of a health crisis investment real yield is a scarce at these days. It's just unknowable of course where things are going Bloomberg Surveillance Tom Keene and polls tweet on Bloomberg Radio Good Friday morning from New York City and points be onto a worldwide audience. Virus trends remained troubling, troubling, high, not just here in the US, but also keys..

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Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Reopening, the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have? Healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests. What's mixed? Surely it's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide? At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and National News. Right here this department policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg, business, APP and Bloombergradio. Dot Com Bloomberg. The world is listening. Say Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere. We've actually given the matter quite a bit of thought. Let's get now to. I guess joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson. Valley Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg business, APP and Bloombergradio DOT COM. What is that moral leadership? Look like to you at number, the world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day Bloomberg Dot. com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick. This is Bloomberg Radio? The stock market is missing point. This is not a balance sheet recession. We actually liked the fact that the Yorkers actually widened little bit and more specifically. Even that that's something that's healthy for the economy. The market right now seems to be saying. It's room. House. Firm were first impressive and Important Donald Trump this is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom KEENE Jonathan Farrell and Lisa Abramowicz. Good Morning Everyone Bloomberg surveillance on Bloomberg television Bloomberg radio across the nation and worldwide thrilled. You're with US those. Are you working at home? Thank you for joining us for your morning brief from particularly the many coming back to the office as we are here..

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg Best on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Bloomberg's Denise Pelligrini. Jane Fraser is Thie, president of City and the chief executive officer of global consumer Banking. Her global responsibilities include all consumer businesses in 19 countries for the company. She's a member of the city executive management team, and she serves his co chair for the city Women Affinity Group. Pressure spoke with Limerick. Shonali basic at the Bloomberg Invest Global 2020 virtual conference about her outlook for a second Corona virus wave. Let's listen in while we're being very focused on data. As we're looking at it. And what is the health data telling us that we've seen very different stories in different parts of the world in the states? In many parts of states, the first wave isn't over on. We're still waiting to see whether we can bring that curb. Not just bend it, but bring it right down. On DH, those things around community spreading on around hospitalization rates on around the percentage of the tested positive, So I think it's too too soon to know where it's going to be. And the doctors are probably the best people placed to tell us and uncertainty that you're saying you have a lot of planning to do for a lot of people in a lot of different business lines, right City has a lot of folks that they have to consider that are not the triggers that also have toe Coming into the office. At some point, you know, we have ups that's at 1/3 of their workplace to permanently work from home and gave him Morgan paying as much as 21st thinking back in by Labor Day. Where you on that spectrum? Well, I am. I do believe that, However I how we work has really changed. Pretty pretty remarkably, However, I'm not prepared to declare the death and demise of the office yet. Andi. So when when we're looking at the future, we do expect people to work more flexibly that we've proven to everybody's surprise that it is quite easy to work from home in many jobs. We never imagined that you would be able to before on now. What we're looking at is We have to wait and see what happens. The health data I think will determine how what percentage of us is back in different parts of the country in the future, and in the long run. I think it's very important that we're back in the office. It's a visible longing that's very, very important there on guy. We see it in terms of the culture, particularly banking. There is a daily fix of Khalidi al ity that is somewhat missing on the zoom calls This the apprenticeship that you get the feedback as you will count the meeting from someone more senior Watching others in action and then getting that coaching on many different intangibles from being in the office, particularly rare new recruits coming in on Joining an institution, so I think being back is gonna be important. But the paramount Peak power out piece is gonna be. We've got to keep all of our people safe on DSO. That's that's gonna be the priority. Jane. How does this change for different jobs? You mentioned the bankers needing to be back in the office sooner Teo be able to interact with each other but are their jobs that just don't need to be back right away. I think none of the jobs need to be back right away beyond those few there in the office in the industry at the moment. But as a CZ we're hearing some of David another's talk about Ania. Even trading, which we never imagined could be could be done so successfully from a remote model s being pretty pretty effective. So I think it's going to be a question of from and so people feel comfortable that they will rely largely decide from themselves whether they want to stay at home, how they feel about the commute. What's gonna happen with child care whether people going to be able to come back or not, And then in the long run on some jobs, people of a certain maybe most likely to be done from home or that sex abilities being provided And others generally preferable to have in the office from an infrastructure. Another perspective. I really want to dump also match the consumer because that is something that you oversee, and it's something that perhaps you have more hearings with anybody entire conference. There is a big question mark about demand side destruction and how much can create a hole in the economy moving forward. How much are you worrying about this? I am worried about it. I think there is a very Abel alphabet soup of scenarios out there to where the economy heads next. So it's the root cause is being a health crisis. We don't know where that's going to go and therefore water the ramifications for whether it's a partial V recovery where there's a W because additional lockdowns on the impact that's going to happen. And what we are seeing is the in this first act of Cove it that has bean on incredible success from a lot of the government programs and that has helped the consumer. I think the When you look at the small business program that was put in place, 80% of employment in the U. S is small businesses and made him size enterprises. So the support into that That group of employees is being very, very fundamental in helping maintain payrolls on support into unemployment benefits also being critical. That was Citigroup, CEO of Consumer banking Jane Fraser with Bloomberg Shonali Pasic at the Bloomberg Investable 2020 virtual conference and coming up Carlyle Group's co chief executive officer. Q Song Li says he sees.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio, sooner than you think healthcare style takes us to the land of once incurable diseases that could be curable. It seems Jay's fan joins us from London. He's covered this issue extensively. So James, take us inside. What's going on with gene therapy? Well, it's a very interesting time we are entering a new frontier in medicine. The science is exceleron adding rapidly in the field of therapies dad replace missing, or functioning genes, is really at a turning point after many years of struggles and setbacks, which hawking about treatments that are intended to be given to patients single time, and potentially deliver a lifetime of benefits possible. Curious, some cases, now there's uncertainty over the long term, whether these benefits are going to be sustained. Whether patients will need to be treated again, at some point down the track, whether they will encounter, any side effects, we don't have full answers to all these questions. Although the data over the past five years, or so, has been dramatic enough for healthcare systems for payers around the world governments and insurers they're wrestling with how they're going to pay for feats that could be multi-million dollar drugs. And even if they save money over the long term over the shorter term, they're going to have a significant budget impact when you consider the sheer number gene, therapies it's approaching the market and the costs. So I wanna get into the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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