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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Steve Scott

Steve Scott

00:33 min | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Steve Scott

"Harry's not the same. 8 55 at WCBS time for money to use the Dow dropped 244 points, closing at 6 27,057 NASDAQ also down 116 points. Now, this is the Bloomberg Green Business Report. Pandemic related lockdowns caused a surge in demand for residential toilet paper. That's bad news for old growth forests, industrial rolls of TP the ones provided by employers and found in public restrooms. Use recycled fibres. But the softer varieties we prefer to use at home are made almost entirely from trees cut from virgin forests. Procter and Gamble make Sharman the nation's most popular brand of TP Sharman is made from Virgin Forest, but PNG says it plans a tree for every tree. It cuts down. Georgia Pacific says it re plants trees to replace those it cuts for its angel, soft and quilted northern brands. Kimberly Clark wouldn't say whether it re plants when it cuts trees for its Scott and Continental brands. Seventh generation brand TP from Unilever is not made from virgin forests. That company says there's no reason to cut trees to produce tissue products that are used once and discarded. Jeff Bellenger Bloomberg Radio. Alright,.

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

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:24 sec | 2 hrs ago

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

"Where in the situation that we haven't dealt with modern times here has really accelerated the investments that we've been advocating for four years. For Makris standpoint, I think our sport industry is really forcing Look at the business a little bit differently. Conversations with the leaders in the sports industry who wants to be the sacrificial lambs that shows up at the first big major sporting events were part of something much bigger than a sport right now on health and safety of our stakeholders books. Most important every moment, I think were often business perspective, thinking about the impact that the virus is having a cross country. Bloomberg business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Hello. I'm Jason Kelly and Mike Lynch. And I'm like a bar over the next hour. We will.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:47 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

"Bloomberg radio dot com and now watch us on Bloomberg television. President Trump is insisting that his administration has done a phenomenal job. Combating the ongoing Corona virus outbreak way have done an incredible job throughout the world. I get called by prime ministers and presidents, saying Sir. The job you've done is amazing. Trump talked to reporters outside the White House and also said the U. S. Has the best testing in the world. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says working men and women are struggling while billionaires are thriving under President Trump's time in office, the former VP spoke to union workers near Duluth, Minnesota, and said billionaires across the nation Have made an additional $300 billion during the pandemic alone. Minnesota started early voting today. Louisville's federal courthouse, We'll be closed next week as a development in the Briana Taylor case is expected. W. L K Y reports of pending decision could be announced..

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

01:13 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

"Take This's Bloomberg Radio on Sirius X M. Cheddar 1 19. President Trump is being pressed about disagreements with his own government experts on some key issues. A reporter asked Trump if he thinks he knows more than his intelligence and health experts. And he replied, In many cases I do. I think we have a bigger problem with China that we have with Russia. I think John is a far bigger problem. And I said, Well, it's OK if you want to think about Russia China, Trump publicly disagreed with FBI director Christopher Wray this week after Ray told lawmakers that Russia is again trying to influence the US presidential elect. Shin Trump insisted China is the problem. The president's again pushing unsubstantiated claims about widespread mail in voting. He called it a potential disaster during the White House news briefing and predicted it maybe the scam of all time. Trump also warned that the post election period could be a terrible time for this country. Louisville's federal courthouse We'll be closed next week as a development in the Briana Taylor case is expected. W lk Why reports A pending decision could be announced. Officials said any scheduled proceeding will be conducted. Virtually Taylor was killed by officers who raided her home in March. Her family and the city recently reached a $12 million settlement that included police reforms. The CDC is updating its guidance on covert 19 testing now, saying asymptomatic people who have been exposed to an infected person should be quarantined for two weeks and get tested. Tom Roberts has more last month of CDC said people without symptoms did not need to be tested, The New York Times reported this week. The Department of Health and Human Services made the change last month without including health professionals at the CDC. Health officials were worried that not testing asymptomatic people would lead to an incomplete picture of outbreaks across The U. S at the closing bell. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 244 points to 27 6 57. The S and P 500 dropped 37 points to 33 19 and the NASDAQ gave up. 117 points to 10 7 93. I'm Brian shook Reaction is mixed among New York City parents has public schools have delayed in person learning once again due to concern over covert 19 and mounting pressure from the teachers Union. James Flippen reports Mayor de Blasio announcing most K through five and K through eight schools will do online learning on Lee until September, 28th. Middle schools and high school's eyeing October 1st. She stay home, Remo. He didn't learn anything as to see that it's not safe. The scent of the school until you come on with the vaccine. It's not safe. Meanwhile, a group of parents rallied on Staten Island demanding in person instruction begin. The Smithsonian is reopening for museums, all visitors six years or older must wear a mask and capacity will be limited. The National Museum of African American History and Culture usually issues for 1000 tickets on a normal day, but that will be cut to 250 for the first week. In addition, the Renoir Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum will welcome back guess a class assignment at a Dallas high school has the district apologizing. Sarah Bartlett has the story. The assignment at W. T White High School asked students to write about a modern day hero, enlisted Kyle Riton house as an option. He's the teen accused in last month's deadly shooting during a Kenosha, Wisconsin protest. Rittenhouse is accused of killing two people and injuring another. Following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. The Dallas Independent School district apologized for the assignment, saying it wasn't approved minority actors are among the nominees for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday. In the 16 acting categories. There are 39 performers of color nominated. They include Sandra Oh Billy Porter, Sterling, Kay Brown, Tracy Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson, Don Sheetal, Octavia Spencer Kerry Washington Regina King. And Jean Carlo Esposito. The show will air on ABC at 8 P.m..

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:02 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"No, but I did. Didn't I also interesting to hear from him Like how much better basically Data are when you're selling directly to somebody instead of like relying on the shopkeeper, That's all pretty well, anyway. Fantasy Rock n roll camp coming up. Bloomberg. 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 to our guests Joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson Valley Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg World is listening. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Wall Street closed out the week with a down session, sending stocks to a six week low. Tech shares led the decline. The Dow Jones industrial Average tumbled 245, the S and P fell 38. The NASDAQ dropped 1 17 iPhone users in the U. S air rushing to install the China own Messaging app. We chat Ahead of a band that takes effect Sunday. The Trump Administration is moving to ban We chat along with TIC TAC, citing national security concerns. LVMH has submitted its proposed acquisition of Tiffany to European regulators for approval. The French luxury goods giant is trying to show good faith even as it looks to kill the Neil Tiffany has gone to court to keep it together. Wall Street firms want to bring employees back to the office, saying company culture and productivity you're suffering. But the virus.

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