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Apple sued for not removing Telegram from App Store over violent content and hate groups

Mac OS Ken

03:02 min | 4 d ago

Apple sued for not removing Telegram from App Store over violent content and hate groups

"An interesting turn in an interesting case. Piece from berlin. Cider says the group coalition for a safer web and former us ambassador to morocco. Marc ginsberg filed suit against apple late last week for not kicking the messaging app telegram out of the app store. Ginsburg isn't just a former ambassador. According to his wikipedia page he served in a couple of positions during the carter administration before that he was a legislative assistant to senator. Ted kennedy the also worked on bill clinton's campaign and ninety two and al gore's campaign in two thousand and he's been a foreign policy and national security contributor to cnn cnbc bloomberg tv msnbc bbc allow arabia cbc and fox news as for the coalition for a safer web. The organization's website says he s w was a nonpartisan not for profit advocacy organization whose mission is among other things to promote new public and private partnerships to facilitate the expeditious removal of extremist and terrorist incitement and instruction content from social media platforms additionally cs w dedicated to restricting extremists access to internet infrastructure support companies vital to their dark and deep web operations. Basically what happened with parlor would be right up. Cs ws now. They'd like to see happen again to telegraph like parlor before it. Cs w argues that telegram is being used by hate groups and extremists to attack the capital further. The organization says apple knows that telegram is being used to intimidate threaten and coerce members of the public according to apple insider. There is also the accusation that anti-black anti semitic groups have openly utilized telegram with little or no content. Moderation by telegrams management despite the cs ws warnings and media reports about the app. Cbs w argues that apple has not taken any action against telegram comparable to the action. It has taken against parlor to compel telegram to improve its content moderation policies by not doing enough to moderate activity on its own app. Cbs w says telegram is in violation of apple's terms of service. Just like parlor and just like night. Yes they went there but instead of taking it up with telegram for some reason. They're taking it up with apple. Well they're taking it up with the courts to take it up without appleinsider says the demand a jury trial and asked the court to provide compensatory damages to each plaintiff and injunction to be granted prohibiting telegram from the app store until it complies with apple's guidelines and legal costs

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Starbucks pledges $100 million to help small businesses and communities

Steve Scott

00:24 sec | Last week

Starbucks pledges $100 million to help small businesses and communities

"Says it'll invest $100 million in small businesses and community development projects in communities of color. In 12 U. S cities, including New York, and it is urging President elect Biden to direct more aid and investment to black owned small businesses and other minority owned businesses slammed by the pandemic. When Starbucks exact tells Bloomberg TV that this customers include small business owners, since they need help with money news

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. I'm Charlie Pellets are special coverage continues of President Trump's covert 19 diagnosis and treatment. The president is now at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to be treated overcoming days for covert 19, signaling growing concern about the severity of his illness after leaving the White House this evening by helicopter. President tweet of the video in which he said quote. I think I'm doing very well. We're going to make sure things work out. He also said the first lady is doing very well. Marine One landed near the military hospital, Trump was driven to the large complex. White House officials say the visit is precautionary and that the president will be working from the hospital's presidential suite. Which is equipped to allow him to continue his official duties in business. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has found itself in the spotlight after the president was treated with the company's experimental antibody treatment for covert 19. Just days after the unveiling of promising preliminary trial results. It was a down day on Wall Street as investors focused on the president's treatment, as well as the jobs report with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. It's a sign the economy is leaving without a Corona virus vaccine afresh. Government aid payroll growth was cut in half in September, with the economy would covering just 661,000 jobs. Unemployment felt a 7.9% of people quit the labor force. Major job cuts it airlines and blue chip signal trouble ahead with an 11. Million people are currently collecting unemployment. Any doubt you die. Spielberg Radio s and P 500 Index down. 32 Points down. 1% The Dow down 5/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 2.2%. Charlie Pellet, Bloomberg TV and radio..

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Apple Announces Remote Work Until 2021

Mac OS Ken

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Apple Announces Remote Work Until 2021

"The same day that apple reported surprising third quarter numbers announce afford for one stock split and started another historic run up in the share price. On the same day that all that great noise was being made. Apple quietly told office workers C. next year. A very short piece from Bloomberg Apple CEO, Tim Cook appearing on Bloomberg, TV saying, we've kicked time period that US employees would come back until early next year. To go beyond that, it would depend on the success with the vaccine success with

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Millions of farm animals culled as US food supply chain chokes up

Stansberry Investor Hour

03:12 min | 9 months ago

Millions of farm animals culled as US food supply chain chokes up

"Tyson chairman. Ceo Tyson Foods wrote a letter on Sunday and he basically alerted the country of an impending shortage of meat and by Association. We just took this as an impending shortage of food because we can affect the production of meat can affect production of all food right. And I'll just quote you one little passage. That kind of sums up the the problem here and Tyson wrote farmers across the nation simply will not have anywhere to sell their livestock to be processed. When they could've fed the nation millions of animals chickens. Pigs and cattle will be depopulated because of the closure of our processing facilities and quote so these are essential businesses. These meat processing facilities. But they're closing them because people are getting the corona virus. They're getting sick so they had to close them and they closed a bunch of them. So you got all these animals that are mature and ready for slaughter and there's no place to send them. So what do they do? Well depopulated is you know. There's all these euphemistic terms youth Asian and depopulation. They kill them without eating limits. What happens there wasted and you know I I mean I have a soft heart for animals. I'm no vegetarian. Okay but we bring these animals into the world and raise them up and care for them so that we can eat them and it's tragically sad to see them killed without being eaten. It makes their lives. You know it's like they lived and died in vain. I watched a Canadian farmer on Bloomberg TV Monday morning openly emotional talking about this and talking about having farmers having to euthanize thousands of animals at a time. It's it's terrible. He was more concerned was more than just the lost revenue and investment. Although that's you know that's a big impact too. It was just the thought of all these animals as I say having lived and died in vain. It's it's heartbreaking you know and these are essential businesses and yet they're still having to close down because people getting a virus and Tyson said. This is the thing that got me. He just said the food supply chain is breaking. The food supply. Chain is breaking. That's scary you know you and I were know. We're big time investors or whatever. We got plenty of money in our 401K's or wherever you know we got resources we can tap and if things cost a little more expensive we can probably still afford it but poor people who don't have anything to their name. They won't be able to afford and they won't be able to get. Those supplies will be gone from the stores. Anybody you can get. It will pay a fortune and people are going to start getting hungry. I I'm afraid you know. At first people will say OK. Well here I am poor. I don't have a penny to my name. Put yourself in their shoes. What are they going to do? They're going to be like I'm GONNA steal this. I'M GONNA get food any way that I can. That's bad enough but my fear is that this goes on and on and on and the government doesn't let us go back to work soon enough and then we start seeing like mass violence. You know.

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What Happens When You Spend Over $100 Million a Month on TV Ads?

Marketing School

04:36 min | 10 months ago

What Happens When You Spend Over $100 Million a Month on TV Ads?

"Have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about what happens when you spend over one hundred million dollars a month on TV ads so eric. The presidential elections are happening right now and of course already know but I'll get. He's spending the most money by. It's so crazy he's like on TV like every minute ad on facebook everywhere. Got memes to everything yet. They literally say spending one hundred something million a month on TV ads which is a lot of money but funny in upper him. It probably. Isn't that much it's worth while fifty billion or something ridiculous like that. Yeah so it's interesting because what I'm doing right now is being like Bernie Sanders. I'm using Google trends and like Elizabeth Warren. So what's interesting is Bloomberg is kind of he's rising up and he's actually because of all the spending although wariness he's rising above Elizabeth. Warren Elizabeth. Warren was way higher. Bernie is still really high but Mike. He's catching up. Yes so he ended up becoming the number three candidate really quickly at least according to real politics and then and they did like some live debate in Nevada. I didn't watch it but his numbers started going down guessing because people didn't like how he performed but Bloomberg TV. Exactly how Bloomberg performed by the TV ad Lou nothing to skyrocketing. Yeah everyone can take a look at facebook libraries while and you can use a tool like advocate to see what else is going on from Google display perspective. But I'm also I just added Donald trump to google trends as well and you know president of the United States. But if you look at the month of May be the last week or so. The three of them were looking at Bloomberg. Were looking at trump. And we're looking at Bernie birdies way higher but trump and Bloomberg are actually pretty close to each other so I found that to be fascinating and Bloomberg. We'll see what ends up happening as he spends more and more money but so far it's done quite well for him. Yeah so I think the key takeaway here is at the end of the day. You're trying to build a whereas what I would say. I think the mistake that's happening right now. As we go back to trump's message make America great again whereas you know you had when you had Hillary Clinton and by the way neal not political we're just looking at it from a marketing perspective but I think Hillary's message was I'm with her was so is your message memorable right now. I don't know what Bloomberg's messages do you know what it is. I just know his messages. He spent a lot of money. I have no idea what he's trying to convey that he wants people to vote for him. But if you look at the guys just spending obscene amount of money the one thing though that I think he's GonNa Struggle with is when you look at his TV campaigns at. I'm not trying to again. Erica. I'm trying to be political here. But he's just not as relatable. Yeah so I mean I think he actually talks about his business success. I mean that's not very related. What you have to have a message right so I'm looking at his ads right now. So it's like it's all over the place so you're spending all this money you spend one hundred million. You're spending on ads. Tv ADS everywhere. One message says help us beat trump and it talks about him. Bloomberg versus trump right beat trump. The other message here is get free buns and support gun safety. Another one here is an urn pathway to citizenship and then all a lot of it's talking about trump here but is that what most people care about or do they care about making America great again. Trump's message is going to be. But you gotTa have something that people can kind of a simple message a and something that people can get behind right not like. I'm looking at his other messages here. Mike has what it takes to win. Like dude who cares. Yeah and then some other messages were how his mother was a bread winner and then how he built a multibillion dollar company and employed all these people the employment is great but talking about how you build a multibillion dollar company. I can't relate to that right To create a multi billion dollar. We would like to know we would like to know a Bloomberg wants to help us do the same. You know. We're all open. Yeah in other words. A big lesson here is T- can end up buying you a ton of press with SEO content marketing social media. It doesn't matter what you do. If you spend money on marketing you can get a ton of awareness. But if you're messaging isn't right and you can't figure out how to relate with people. It doesn't matter how much money spend. You'RE NOT GONNA succeed. Yeah everyone really recommend look at the facebook guide library. It's literally the problem sometimes is when you get to fat with the money. With Ad. Budget people are going to come up with all these RANDOM IDEAS. Parkinson's law to try to fill up the space and I think right now is just.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg radio and I add that because I've seen you on Bloomberg TV many times but I don't recall ever hearing you on Bloomberg radio this is my first time very so you've been in the asset management industry for more than two decades how did you end up on the recruiting site the short answer is I was really young and I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up literally I had gone to H. B. S. after a year Goldman literally went from Penn from my dorm room to my parents home worked at Goldman for a year I and then and then went to H. B. S. and I just to go back and answer your question I ended up going to the Boston consulting group really because I felt I needed to get a post NBA to my MBA wanted to figure out what path I wanted to take what sorts of problems I wanted to solve what industries were interesting to me and and this is in the I was in my late twenties this is in the mid nineties so the dot com because that's of course what we call the back that dot com bubble was just bubbling and within a year and a half my entire class of NBA's of BCG the class I entered with was gone so I was literally they'd all gone to federal or near to seek there for you know start the next whatever give me a big fat sluggish stock options in a stock that just goes up by ten percent a day and and everybody jumped out and done right you can imagine how that ended for most of them well it depends on if they knew when to hit the bid or not if they were smart and and took off some risk not too bad the people who didn't so if they had gone to try to start dot com companies and I eat that wasn't my gig I wasn't I realized I didn't really I learned a lot of P. CG I didn't want to be a management consultant as a as a career path and I still was figuring out what do I want to do and before I committed to any particular pathway I figured I would jump into another I need yes where I could learn again more about companies and functions and just figure out where I wanted to commit to and so I joined a large recruiting firm thinking that would give me a purview and as it turned out I was really good at it can I fell into a quickly joined their financial services practice and died that's how I just signed up in recruiting and so you end up focusing a little further along in your career on hedge funds private equity family offices so what happened was after about a year or two there the dot com bubble burst and there this is this big search for my was that the financial services practice was really focused more on investment banking equities traditional asset management sort of what all cold I older school business as compared to what I'd really fell into and started to focus on which was back in the late nineties early two thousands as you'll remember these were the if this is what was fueling the sell side this is where the action was it was the proper groups and what it was these new first of their kind type financial products it was cold so was credit correlation asset swaps was even called credit derivatives back dash highly structured first of their Klein derivatives he types of transactions that's what we were focused on for the sell side clients that I was working with and that's where the Jews wasn't all of a sudden I developed my own business which was on fire within this big firms and it just became obvious after a few years to me to really try to do this on my own give in I was acting effectively independently within a larger construct which was having issues at the time so let's talk also about the timing as you were explaining that I began to think about the timing if we go back twenty twenty five years what with their two hundred four hundred hedge funds today there is eleven thousand your timing into that ramp up could not it was in her face Barry right I planned it perfectly right I mean so so all these it and and Goldman Sachs is is infamous for saying to a group of traders who they smell might be itching to head out they want you guys go set up the hedge fund will get you capital will will crime broker for you and will steer some potential points to you and that's how they built an immense of prime brokerage business how much was the Goldman Sachs connection helpful or as you as an analyst it had nothing I really I was really just understand I started a cold man in the middle of my senior year can I mean I because I just was I don't know I was stupid I was like working I just I got through all my classes I'd have to I'd have enough fun in college bottom line I'm making up for it try to make up for lost time now but I I was finished with my classes I started middle of my senior year and I was out within literally a year to H. B. out so think about it I was I had even graduated from college so this was it was and that was not what really kind of what we're really jump started my business it what it was however you are correct in signaling the sell side as as a driver of hedge fund talent because back then it was a prop group's number the precursors to hedge funds it was these you know again high octane and these were the guys who got paid the.

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US, Mike Pompeii And Bloomberg TV discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:05 min | 1 year ago

US, Mike Pompeii And Bloomberg TV discussed on BBC World Service

"On the last few weeks we've been bringing you developments on the rising tension between the US and Iran and specifically in the area of the strait of Hormuz now the U. S. sexiest stage Mike Pompeii says he's willing to go to to her own he's been speaking to Bloomberg TV saying quote I'd happily go there I would welcome the chance to speak directly to the Iranian people last year Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal which had been designed in twenty fifteen under Barack Obama and since then the US has imposed new sanctions on Iran maintaining that Iran is hell bent on building nuclear weapons treaty Parsi is the former president of the national Iranian American council was he surprised by the statement no not at all I mean this is part of the game that the trump administration is playing on the one hand they are conducting economic warfare on the other hand there pretending at least home pay in Boston are pretending as if they're interested in diplomacy I would advise you to take a look at the report that Bolton road a couple months before going into the administration in which she described the strategy he would pursue when which one element would be this pretense of seeking diplomacy while in reality pushing for economic warfare part of the reason why Pompeii always making these statements is in order for the rest of the world not to fully recognize the degree of the aggressiveness of the policy that they're pursuing vis a vis rod and out there pushing for that the starvation of the country as a whole rest assure if the tables were turned and the raw onions were violating the deal walked out of the deal were trying to punish countries that try to adhere to the deal and they said that they want new negotiations no one in this world will take them seriously it's a shame that some people seem to think that there's some degree of seriousness when Pompey was making this claim mindful of the fact that my flow how the trump administration has behaved that said tree Parsees reading of that statement by Mike Pompeii that he would be willing to go to to her on he's the president of the national Iranian American

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Trump accuses Europe and China of manipulating currencies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Trump accuses Europe and China of manipulating currencies

"I believe you're going to see a movement into emerging market bonds because people will be able to get back to interest rates that's what mark modus the veteran EM investor has been telling us in a Bloomberg TV interview today well it carries the weapon has been on the table for a long time and as you know the Chinese have use that weapon it's interesting that maybe in preparation for this reason meeting the Chinese allow their currency to get stronger against US dollar that sort of I think ease tensions somewhat but the US is a very difficult position because the US dollars not a U. S. currency it's a global currency so there's very little in the U. S. particularly the fact that the fine reserves of the U. S. got it out that great so very difficult for them to do anything about the currency is because other countries can control their currencies China controls because he's very closely the Europeans can do it other countries can do it so I think the only thing the US can do is jawbone the other countries into easing up on there a weakening of their currencies log good morning to you it's managed in to buy if I look at the context of what's going on in market some people are sort of saying what what heading slightly and rationally exuberance times what would you say from the E. M. perspective is it under pricing escalation of trade angst between China and the United States of America I don't think it's on the pricey I think these it's out there the risk is out there everybody is aware of it I just returned from a five city tour of the U. S. everybody we talked to us and asked about the time the US trade war so they are very aware of it but there are other factors that a how overwhelming on the positive side that is interest rates interest rates are so low as you know in Europe is negative and they going down in emerging markets which is very good and as you know low interest rates in the U. S. house emerging markets a lot so I think that's really what's driving a situation and also don't forget liquidity is increasing a lot of people of overlook the impact of crypto currencies I believe the increasing crypto currencies means is an increase in global liquidity which cannot easily be measured so you are of course an emerging market expert mark I I'm curious there's been a chorus of people who are talking about how developed markets are starting to resemble E. and a little bit more I I remember after trump was elected for instance we had S. and P. standard and poor's basically saying that they were no longer able to separate DM economies from EM based on the strength of institutions is that something that you're watching or something that you would agree with I yes it's a very difficult problem I mean just think about it Ali Baba wizard listed to use company this is in the U. S. isn't emerging market company or not so these are the issues that are really it's very difficult to untangle but the reality is that if you separate the countries the emerging market countries and they develop market countries of what we normally think of China India South Africa Brazil those countries they are growing at double the rate of the developed market countries so the argument for emerging markets still out there but now it's even becoming more say in because there's so many people have gone into ETFs so everybody's sort of index they're tied to the index to the big stocks and they're asking Hey maybe I'm taking too much risk of being with this crowd as in the big stocks maybe I should go into a more actively managed fund or an emerging market fund which will give ME versification so I think that's what's happening now that was not maybe this of maybe as capital partners they're speaking to Bloomberg Marcus cranny and Tracy Alloway earlier this morning really interesting some of the lines he was coming up with them at one eight two Steve talked about in a really putting out there into the chance the Brazilian rail south African rand I mean this is a show yeah and he would like to talk about carry trades and he was saying if you want to take a chance so you know that there's a big cap yeah added to that but look when it comes to the big decisions and the fed he was talking about two US interest rate cuts this year and that the longtime EM growth is very very good so that was that's a month may PS into view speaking to back this

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Longside. Tom Kaine on Jonathan Farrow, and Tom Cain. What a couple of as we go coming up here on Bloomberg radio, ever more important after what we heard from Jerome Powell yesterday to have Evans of Chicago and Calvin from Dallas, special and some data sprinkled in between. We will have the ADP reporter eight fifteen eastern time. The PM is coming through from the United States at nine forty five east. And then you will hear from the vice chair Richard Clarita following up on Jay POWs comments just yesterday. He will be speaking in and around the same time, I'm very pleased to say that right now. We can cost seven. Bloomberg's Michael McKay to catch up with the Dallas fed president. Thank you very much. And we are talking with Robert Kaplan. He is the president of the Dallas Federal Reserve. The eleventh district in the feds setup. And thank you for getting up early joining us. On Bloomberg TV and radio worldwide. Gotta start with Jay Powell. Wall Street took his comments yesterday as opening the door to a rate cut. Do you think the that door is open? I think it's early to make a judgment on that. We're, we're going to be very vigilant about understanding these heightened trade tensions. See if they feed through the economy, more most importantly, see if they persist. And, and so I think it's too soon, though, to make a judgment as to whether we might or might not take an action. I'd rather be patient here and let events unfold a little bit more investors have priced in three rate cuts and Wall Street economists over the weekend, basically joined the consensus that you're going to cut rates. You've been in the watching wait camp. What would tip the balance for you win win? Would you think that you need to make a decision I would need to see some evidence that there's a deceleration or further deceleration economy? We expected that growth would slow from eighteen to nineteen, but we're still growing trend. We're still seeing a tightening in the labor market and our Dallas trimmed mean which is our measure of Korn flation is now a two percent. We think will in the year round two percent. So I would need to see some evidence that there's a worsening in those trends, we may well, see it. I'm very on on watch as to whether we see a further deceleration, but that's. When I'm watching for the data lagged, a cost-benefit, what's worse, cutting too early or waiting too long. So it depends on where you are. In the in the in the cycle, and what our stances and my own assessment of our stance is we're in the neighborhood of neutral right now. So if we were to cut that would that would be me making a judgment that we need to add stimulus the economy, that might ultimately be a I need to make. But if on the other hand, you you've got a restrictive stance, and you decide to cut that's something different. Or if you're highly accommodative it also has a different judgment. But right now, we're, we're pretty much of a neutral setting. And the question is should, we be adding stimulus to this economy? That's a question I'm asking. I'm open minded about it. I think the risk to the downside in the last five or six weeks have increased because of these heightened freight tension..

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The mullahs report and some accused him of covering the President Trump in for Rebecca corral. I'm Margie Schafer's twelve thirty one she Bs news special report. Today's Senate Judiciary hearing with testimony from attorney general William bar has ramped up bar defending his handling of that Muller. Russia report tweet heard that the special counsel was not reaching a conclusion on obstruction the deputy, and I discussed in agreed that the department had to reach a decision. We had the responsibility to assess the evidence as set forth in the report and to make the judgment Democrats went after bar, Hawaii's maisy Hirono. You lied to congress. Youtall Representative Charlie Chris that you didn't know what objections Muller's team might have to March twenty four th so-called summary, Utah Senator Chris van, Holland that you didn't know if Bob Muller supported your conclusions. But you knew judiciary chairman Lindsey Graham slandered this man from top to bottom. So if you want more of this, you're not going to get it. If you want to ask him questions, you can't she Bs news special report. I'm Jim shanavie KCBS news time, it's twelve thirty two time now for our daily tech and business report with KCBS contributor, and Bloomberg technology anchor and executive producer. Emily chang. Apples latest earnings report shows that those slowing iphone sales are starting to rebound. Emily. What is the company saying about the turnaround? Well, Tim cook talked about stabilizing iphone to mand and part of what they have done is. They've pushed their iphone trade in programs in various regions. They've offered higher trade in values for older phones. China has cuts in taxes that have effectively lowered the price of the iphone. So they feel good about the way things are turning around in China and in developed markets, though, he did talk about revenue declining and emerging markets though remain positive about their forward looking performance. And what's to come? The company continues to hover near evaluation of one trillion dollars. Just how close are they to get? Yep. That eye-popping one trillion dollar number. It changes by the minute. They're very close. However, what's interesting is that apple is continuing to buy back shares. So even though there were some negative signs in this earnings report, for example, that revenue decline in emerging markets services didn't grow as as fast or as much as some analysts thought apple is buying. Back. More shares this last quarter. They said they're going to buy back now seventy five billion dollars more. So you've got the stock soaring because investors are excited about that. But what that means and not to get too technical is that the share total is actually going to decrease, which means the company might be actually farther away from that one trillion dollar market cap than it appears right now, we just don't know exactly how much the shares are going to decrease. So it's something that we're watching closely, and we'll know when apple issues another filing that identifies that share total and who recently announced a settlement. And it's lengthy legal battle with Qualcomm. And that companies issuing its earnings report after the market closest today. What are you expecting? Well, Qualcomm shares have been on a tear since they made the settlement with apple stock is up like fifty percents settlement trading at the highest in nineteen years. Qualcomm saying not much though about exactly how much apple is. Paying them to settle this dispute saying it'll add profit of about two dollars a share once the chip since the ramp up. So what investors are going to be listening for is any indication of how much money apple is paying Qualcomm. And what that settlement really means. Thanks so much that's KCBS contributor, and Bloomberg technology anchor and executive producer. Emily chang. Who share show airs on Bloomberg TV at two PM and Emily joins us every weekday to talk about tech and business at twelve thirty pm on KCBS. A college degree has long been a ticket to the US middle class, but more college graduates don't feel they belong to the middle class. A collaborative analysis of the two thousand eighteen general social survey by the Associated Press and RC center for public affairs research and GS staff fines that thirty five percent of graduates described themselves as working or lower class that's up from twenty percent. Who felt that way in one thousand nine hundred eighty three by contrast only sixty four percent of. College grads say, they feel they belong to the middle or upper class. KCBS news time is twelve thirty six. We'll have the cash contest straight ahead..

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Google Cloud names Thomas Kurian to replace CEO Diane Greene

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Google Cloud names Thomas Kurian to replace CEO Diane Greene

"Diane stay at the company until January manicure Curien will start in late November as an EP in the new year and we'll take over four green. The hopes for Google is that curiosity will be able to bring is twenty two years of experience at oracle in which he helped supervise the creation of products that some of the world's largest businesses than adopted. He'll be able to bring those relationships to GCP, and that he will also send a signal to the entire cloud and enterprise technology landscape, the Google is taking enterprise seriously. You know, it's a very different thing too. To sell to some of the world's largest businesses versus selling to consumers or or having products are consumer facing, which is Google's heritage. Now. Here we have green who was one of Google's most prominent female executives, and this is a company that has been criticized for its lack of diversity. How does this look at that? She is stepping down. And what is Google doing about that like of diversity? I think that you know, it looks just as bad as as Schuylkill may fair Google has had an uproar recently from some employees that women are not being treated fairly in their workplaces. And it recently conceded that women should be able to forgo for Starbucks ration-. If there's a sexual harassment allegation against an employee at Google for now, Diane green will remain as a director on alphabets board. And so they will argue that her voice and her perspective will still be at the company as a leader in some fashion. But I. I think that there is probably going to be a strong push for more visible women in executive roles because you know, this is a case that we've seen many before in which a prominent woman in business being replaced by man. All right. Well, we thank you very much. Bloomberg technology reporter Nico grant. You can hear our tech and business reports weekdays twelve thirty on KCBS and for more in tune in rather to Bloomberg TV at two pm KCBS news time, twelve thirty six. What if every time you went out you can cash in now with the Capital One saver card. You're in four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first guacamole.

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New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern is on a climate change crusade

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern is on a climate change crusade

"Ozzie an says climate change now is a major issue Zealand an mechanism to establish targets set in Jill beyond political cycles through zero carbon. We're working on that at the moment. But in the intervening period would seen we striving towards cabin neutrality by twenty fifty and the prime minister exclusively on Bloomberg TV she says, she's also watching China's growing influence in the Asia Pacific as are other nations there as firefighter fighters slowly gained more and more control of the California fires in the north. They have released a list of about one hundred people are still missing many in their eighties and nineties with dozens more unaccounted for forty eight dead there fifty-one statewide now 007 actor Pierce Brosnan is one of the people waiting to hear the fate of some seventy three thousand structures including his in danger. I have witnessed many phase in my community. And

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Donald Trump, US and Sweden discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, US and Sweden discussed on BTV Simulcast

"Hundred sixty seven billion dollars worth of Chinese goods, if he falls through total levies would more than cover the value of all goods, the US buys from China. According to government data from last year. Sweden votes today following a turbulent election campaign establishment parties

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Asia slips after U.S.-China trade talks end without progress

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Asia slips after U.S.-China trade talks end without progress

"In London I'm Markus Karlsson with, this Bloomberg radio business flash the lack of progress in US China trade talks weighed, on Wall Street last night's and that sentiment has been spilling over, into Asian, equities this morning the dollar meanwhile rebounding after the ousting of, Markham Turnbull as prime minister Scott Morrison is in. Instead And we. Are as I say, seeing the alsi arising on the back of that. Australia's Hsieh's also went from. Negative into positive territory on that news with the ASX two hundred in Sydney gaining about a third of one percent we've. Also seen Asian shares overall go from negative into positive territory the. Asia Pacific index now higher by about eight tenths of one. Percent back trade issue as I was saying audio sort of set. The, tone in the morning part of the Asian session we. Are still seeing some losses though for, the Hang Seng

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg business flash Thank, you, Charlie, and spa every with Pimm FOX here on Bloomberg, radio and we're gonna be talking all sorts of things today tariffs and what, else are we talking about with Joe Weisenthal he's the, markets editor Bloomberg news. And the co, host of what you miss on three thirty on the afternoon Wall Street time on Bloomberg TV and Dave Wilson the stocks editor was the. Jobs are, for. Today pas oh yeah I. Forgot all about that again listen hey Joe. What is this. About boring economic news this week I we get the fed doing nothing now we. Got the jobs report. Kind of a man it. Wasn't you're right I hate to admit, it I never revision was pretty good there's the, thing, there were good revisions. So the previous months were revised higher wages increased the wages. Were all right it was a two point seven year over year and that was the same acceleration his last time it was fine and. Also, the number was depressed a bit by the thirty thirty two thousand. Layovers arrest us oh that probably would have, made it much closer to consensus unemployment rate came down, it. Was a good report there was nothing that changes the? Narrative nothing in there that would say to the fed oh we gotta hike faster nothing that says two bowls that the economy is rolling over, so I think, you could say we've been having reports like this for. Almost nine. Years since the crisis by the. Steady, as, she, goes well stocks are up Dave Wilson in on This we've got. The Dow up over one hundred points the SMP trades. At twenty eight thirty. Six people have been talking. About that twenty eight hundred level. The SNP up three quarters of a. Percent and I guess for once during the week. The NASDAQ has taken arrest. It's basically unchanged after the movement of apple yeah, it's not technology stocks driving the, market today was. Interesting it's more. What you would call the defensive kind of stocks and given the. Economic news a little bit. At, odds nonetheless I mean you see the makers of consumer. Staples food beverage tobacco. At the forefront while received. Results from Kraft Heinz a big reason, why their second quarter earnings and sales beating analysts, average, estimates of Bloomberg survey. In craft Hines is up eight point two percent right now. That's a nice way to start off the week and if you're Warren Buffett because he's going to be releasing the results from Berkshire Hathaway. That'll, be coming out tomorrow morning Warren Buffett Has been having a heck of. A week With apple right holding an apple I think it was. Like fifty billion something like something like that we know of gone. Up above the trillion dollars in market value apple is and, after faltering a bit in. Early trading today it's back, above, that threshold so that's another. Piece of but but it's wanna point out technology stocks were generally not doing all, that much it's, more about is I say. The defensive Aries it's not just consumer Staples so the interest rate sensitive parts of. The. Market to real estate utilities phone companies interesting on a day when the economic. Numbers would suggest the economy's doing just fine thank you to have a stock performance that suggests maybe there's some skepticism about where things go from here I. Don't know there's there seems to be a lot of complacency Joe what's I I realized it's August off August is one. Of, twelve months you know, there's still. Thinks that I'm just kind of? Forget August is? Historically worst. Month. Year well there's plenty of time five. Hundred so, I'm just looking for what what is it gonna shake? Listen imagine a. World without tariffs right now I mean wouldn't this. Economy, be just? Just rocket fuel right now I mean it's kind of feels. Like it, is we didn't we just have four four point one Economic growth. That was. I mean without all, this trade Michigan What would this economy be like I do think that at, the margins were probably, seeing areas where things are slowing down but I've never, really but too much into the idea of that business. Confidence executive confidence is, this really important driver of economic data I remember for years. The, business community wind about this or that, thing Obama did meanwhile we went. On this really long recovery, massive rally. In the stock market now you have people complaining we don't we have having. Hard time, planning because the. Tariffs that we've, been hearing this I mean this always complain so you, know if, if it, really bites, and prices start to surge That's one thing but it's hard to say that there's some alternative path right? Here right now where we'd be doing much better that's just my view Bob if if, we didn't have Taras, we would have for example imported trucks into the United, States light trucks you notice you don't see very many. Of those because the, tariffs are so high that European and Asian manufacturers don't even. Bother, to try to import them into the, I don't I don't notice that. What I what I see. Is companies. Like Tyson saying that they were having a hard time and that you know. I I, understand corporate leaders. Are always whining, about something and the whole search for some sort of You know the uncertainty will what is ever certain in this life Dave Wilson what is ever certain, well, it certain that we're about running out of time for the section of a program how's that Death and taxes are pretty certain yeah that's true we know taxes have been coming down and that's been a. Big plus for companies this year when it comes to earnings that said may you also seen the revenue growth. Means something, like nine percent for the s. and p. five hundred in the second quarter so it's not just about, taxes and what you might call a? Sugar high for companies coming out of that I. Mean there's more business being done here and the question as we move. Into the, second half more deeply? Is, will that kind of growth hold up we haven't even gotten into have a wage. Growth hasn't I you know I better than. Not Better than nothing but it seems to me like the trickle down. Is not trickling all the way down I. Think it's. Not a problem coming out I agree I think it is a problem and I think it is a problem for workers and it's a problem for defenders, of a mainstream economic view that says. It should've happened. A long time ago thanks very much Joe Weisenthal co host of what you missed three. Thirty Wall Street time. On Bloomberg television thanks to, Dave Wilson Bloomberg stocks calmest. Right.

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OPEC Works Toward Oil Deal as Iran Sounds More Conciliatory

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:26 min | 2 years ago

OPEC Works Toward Oil Deal as Iran Sounds More Conciliatory

"Oh called recent trade developments incredibly disturbing while the oj governor haruhiko kuroda echoed that sentiment recall that this condition could be rescinded normal trading relationship between the us and china would prevail speaking of china they have reiterated than it is fully prepared to respond to any new list of us tariffs on its exports a commerce ministry spokesperson also said that the nation will use a combination of quantitative and qualitative measures at the same time they djing has announced that it will hold a trade summit with the european union on monday and the us commerce secretary wilbur ross will be on bloomberg tv software midday uk time and of course manatees over in vienna because there's an opec meeting taking place the chances of opec reaching an oil production deal have increased out iran edged away from threat to veto any agreement that would raise output saudi energy minister kelly del farley says every minister he spoke to agrees that it's time for the group to change course converging towards a good for the decisions that please i'm not wrong stakeholders within the oil industry countries companies but also our consumers that was the saudi energy minister khalid al folly speaking to reporters in vienna well in the uk prime minister theresa may has founded off a rebellion from within her own conservative party to win a crucial brexit vote the fight was over whether may should have the power to take the uk asia the eu without a deal the rebels wanted parliament to have a meaningful vote on the way forward now sticking with the uk the bank of england is expected to keep interest rates on hold when he's announced his latest monetary policy decision in london today bloomberg's uk economy reporter jill ward has the preview any indication in the minutes of the meeting as to how policymakers interpreting a mixed batch of recent economic data as well as their thinking on a potential rate hike in august will be closely watched markets are pricing in about a forty five percent chance of a rate hike in august and investors still see an eighty percent chance of a quarterpoint increase by the end of the year in london joe ward bloomberg daybreak europe before the bank of england will get right decisions from switzerland's snb and from norway we'll bring those to you here on bloomberg radio.

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Trump Approves Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Trump Approves Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

"Here on bloomberg twelve forty five uk time forty five minutes later of course we get the press conference with mario draghi but not the latvia central bank governor i just looking at that we're looking at head to next wednesday as well these before when sintra portugal mario draghi speaking alongside his counterparts in the nba or that moderated by bloomberg's head of economics stephanie florida's what it live on bloomberg tv can listen to it on the radio of course and you can find it on life go about delay in riga it's like the latest installment of the hangover there's something hidden there for the latest in global news marcus causes thanks very much malky us president trump is talking tough on china again promising to confront the country over trade in the coming weeks bloomberg's andromeda says beijing should be watching the president's comments closely it quite possible he's talking to his domestic base i mean certainly that's a consideration but i do think that china has something to worry about i think that the president has a preference for terrorists and i think at this point it's gonna take a lot to knock him off of this past the white house says it's pushing ahead with plans to impose gt's on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods meanwhile the us secretary of state has offered reassurances following president trump's historic meeting with north korea's leader mike pompeo says sanctions will remain until the country gets rid of its nuclear weapons kim jones public amendment to completely denuclearize as an important step towards bringing lasting peace and stability to northeast asia and indeed to the entire world as the president said this will be a process and not an easy one pompeo spoke after meeting with his south korean japanese counterparts and has now traveled on to beijing the french presidency has confirmed montereau mccall will meet with italy's prime minister just pay contact tomorrow if all is speculation the meeting maybe called off amid an escalating row over a migrant rescue ship tensions arose when paris criticized italy over its refusal to grant access to the aquarius that's been carrying around six hundred people rescued in the mediterranean and fierce fighting has been reported after yemeni forces and their saudi led allies launched an assault on the rebelheld city of who data bloomberg's glenn carry reports that could dramatically exasperate the humanitarian crisis without tipping the.

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Fiat Chrysler to phase out diesel by 2021

Bloomberg Markets

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Fiat Chrysler to phase out diesel by 2021

"Us employers extended a streak of solid hiring in may adding more than two hundred twenty thousand jobs unemployment rate now three point eight percent facebook says it shutting down its trending news section because it's outdated and unpopular global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries martin now with our other top stories i'm schneider bond market billionaire bill gross blames his big loss this week on italy grossest janice henderson global unconstrained bond fund fell three percent on tuesday that was its biggest one day decline in almost four years he tells bloomberg tv the reason was a widening gap between us and german bond yields triggered by nervousness about italy's political situation fiat chrysler ceo sergio marconi is claiming victory bloomberg's gina cervetti has the story in his last big presentation as ceo of fiat chrysler before retiring next year mark yona said today that the italian american carmaker will this month hit its long held goal of having no debt as it turns its focus to making more electrified cars as he announced the company's five year plan mark yanni broke with personal style and donde tie instead of his signature sweater as he said he would if the.

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Buffett proposed to invest $3 billion in Uber, but talks failed

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Buffett proposed to invest $3 billion in Uber, but talks failed

"Bloomberg daybreak asia to next and word that billionaire investor warren buffett tried to put more than three billion dollars into the company what happened let's find out from bloomberg's denise pellegrini we're being told buffets proposal is reminiscent of his winning bet on goldman sachs during the financial crisis buffet invested five billion dollars in goldman following the collapse of lehman brothers in exchange he got preferred stock that netted more than one point six billion dollars and warrants that produced an even bigger game but we're told uber ceo proposed decreasing the buffet deal to two billion dollars to limit buffet stake in the ridesharing company buffets marketing position may have been weakened by that massive cash infusion uber got from japan's softbank in january denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia we'll tensions between china and the us arising ahead of asia's biggest security conference this week at baxter is covering all the global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed yeah right shar juliet us fence secretary james mattis saying he was planning on raising concerns about china's continual militarization of the south china sea china on the other hand warning the us against expanding defense with taiwan now former secretary of state james baker says china he's on bloomberg tv says china is the us toughest challenge in emergence as a geopolitical actual superpower she's already an economic superpower as a political insecure each and china is taking on donald trump on his changing policies as well joe maze young who's a spokesman for the chinese ministry of foreign affairs says when it comes to the international relationship every flip flop and you turn of a country will be simply depleting and squandering its own credibility meanwhile preparations for what the white house is calling the expected expected now they're saying summit between kim jong un and donald trump continue as one of the north korea's leader kim yong has arrived in new york he flew from beijing by the way white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the issue here is very clear conversation is going to be focused on denuclearization of the peninsula that's what these ongoing conversations taking place now will be centered on as well as this summit that would take place in singapore so kim.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Least live on bloomberg tv and radio dean and i'm manuscripts right alongside let's get a quick check on the business headlines christine harvey standing by christine thanks lisa president trump says these e can resume business after paying a one point three billion dollar fine changing its management and board and providing security guarantees and it's we on friday he confirmed the deal that his administration have reportedly outlined to congress while makers hot express concern over trump's decision to soft and recent us action against the chinese telecom equipment maker francis hotel we'll take a ten percent stake in multibillion dollar liquefied natural gas project in russia total wants to become a global ellen g player and it ceo told bloomberg the company will keep investing in russia two listen to talk crawshaw we had been versatile radio billiondollar in rochon in successfully and will continue being regarding sanctions again as long as we can invest we do that and we have demonstrated on your mom but we were able to put in place a giant project financing we vote in the us dollars and amazon has confirmed that one of its voice activated smart speakers did record a private conversation between a couple in oregon and send it to a third party amazon says the device switched on after hearing a word that sounded like alexa the command which triggers recording and then forwarded the discussion after misinterpreting other parts of their conversation and that is your bloomberg business flash.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"You know who else was talking about apple services on tuesday apple ceo tim cook bloomberg ran highlights of an interview cook did for bloomberg tv the biggest news from that interview was cooks assertion that president trump's tariffs on some chinese goods was the wrong way to go something he told the president last month i felt that tariffs were not the right approach there said cook and i showed him some more analytical kinds of things to demonstrate why that wasn't a ceo's only point of disagreement with commander in chief quoting bloomberg closer to home cook said he asked the president to find a resolution for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the us as children lawmakers of so far failed to negotiate a legislative replacement for the obama era deferred action for childhood arrivals program that spared dreamers from deportation where only one ruling away from catastrophic case there cook sad cokes not completely odds with the oval those corporate tax cuts signed into law last year yeah the of the most valuable corporation on the planet is rather fond those quoting the peace again cook set up a will jack three hundred fifty billion dollars into the us over the next five years through tax payments hiring a new campus and thirty billion dollars in capital expenditure we're also going to buy back some of our stock because we've you are stock is a good value said cook adding it's good for the economy as well because if people sell stock they pay taxes on their gains.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Interview

Mac OS Ken

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook Interview

"You know who else was talking about apple services on tuesday apple ceo tim cook bloomberg ran highlights of an interview cook did for bloomberg tv the biggest news from that interview was cooks assertion that president trump's tariffs on some chinese goods was the wrong way to go something he told the president last month i felt that tariffs were not the right approach there said cook and i showed him some more analytical kinds of things to demonstrate why that wasn't a ceo's only point of disagreement with commander in chief quoting bloomberg closer to home cook said he asked the president to find a resolution for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the us as children lawmakers of so far failed to negotiate a legislative replacement for the obama era deferred action for childhood arrivals program that spared dreamers from deportation where only one ruling away from catastrophic case there cook sad cokes not completely odds with the oval those corporate tax cuts signed into law last year yeah the of the most valuable corporation on the planet is rather fond those quoting the peace again cook set up a will jack three hundred fifty billion dollars into the us over the next five years through tax payments hiring a new campus and thirty billion dollars in capital expenditure we're also going to buy back some of our stock because we've you are stock is a good value said cook adding it's good for the economy as well because if people sell stock they pay taxes on their gains.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And bloomberg tv would we that there'll be some resolution by then before before we speak to him or or dispute this week the deadline is tonight yeah yeah i think it's gonna go right down to the wire to be honest there is some buzz some expectation that perhaps they might announce a resolution aftermarkets close you know but i'm also hearing that it might go right down the wire i mean we're expecting to the to the up all night waiting for this to happen you know it'd be really interesting to see what secretary mnuchin has to say to us about about the china trip and what his goals are there and also any type of guidance he can give on the steel tariffs because i think there's a lot of uncertainty out there on that angie yeah with respect to the steel terrorists you know i guess my question would be i mean how can they reach a resolution with european union you know no disrespect to to us australia or argentina and economies of that size but i mean new european union is a is a massive economic block i mean you know depending on how you count it it's a bigger economy than than china's economy so if you have a trade war between the united states and the european union that's almost as serious as a trade war with china so you know the european union has threatened to to put their terrace on everything from kentucky bourbon to to harley harley davidson motorcycles so i guess my question for him would be you know is there some type of deal to be had here with the pants china i mean what are you at night for yeah these are these are all important issues and and hopefully they will be answered by the treasury secretary now there's andrew thank you andromeda bloomberg news trade reporter from our bureau in the nation's capital you're listening to bloomberg markets and this is bloomberg radio bloomberg surveillance this is tom keene time jonathan farrow looking forward to the earnings event of the week it's apple lord walter pijesak john bt analysts on the mystery of the.

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New video shows Syracuse frat members pretending to sexually assault disabled man

02:38 min | 2 years ago

New video shows Syracuse frat members pretending to sexually assault disabled man

"Now with our other top stories i'm michael barr a second video has surfaced from the syracuse university fraternity under fire over an offensive video that surfaced last week the new video reported by an independent school newspapers shows members of the fainter towel mining sexual assault of a disabled person university's chancellor has called the video appalling and disgusting university expelled the fatal tau chapter last week after an earlier video showed members using bigoted slurs aimed at minorities senate minority leader chuck schumer is taking the faa to task for string of deadly aviation incidents last night schumer issued a report showing the faa is filing fewer enforcement actions for safety maintenance the faa has been in a nosedive on safety maintenance and enforcement and that's simply should not fly schumer says we want them to be proactive and not look at safety after a tragedy occurs it's the first ford germany's social democratic party bloomberg's patrick donahue in vs baden reports germany's social democrats have elected their first woman to head the party but the s p d didn't manage to heal divisions on issues including spending russia and the eu andrianaliso was elected by sixty six percent of delegates at a party conference that's comparatively weak result for a party that will need to unite and challenge chancellor angela merkel's christian democrats especially if the german leader exits the political stage by the next election in twenty twenty one the spd's mac os du coalition partner knowledge promises to be an uncomfortable partner for michael over the next four years in these baden germany patrick donahue bloomberg radio but rory has been testing a gasoline electric hybrid car near its headquarters in northern italy two years ago ceo sergio marchi oni said the notion of ferrari supercar that could run without the aggressive growl of its twelve cylinder engine was up seen now he tells bloomberg tv that the hybrid car is being tested and run silently gun and munition maker remington has only been in bankruptcy for a month still its creditors are planning an out according to people familiar with the matter remington will likely go up for sale directly following its bankruptcy there's speculation that another gun company would buy it rather than a private equity firm coming up a check on markets i'm michael barr this is bloomberg asset managers global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg mobile app junk on twitter this is.

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Aramco is world's most profitable oil company: Bloomberg

Surveillance

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Aramco is world's most profitable oil company: Bloomberg

"And on bloomberg tv you can of course read this on the bloomberg terminal the aramco accounts inside the world's most profitable company a stunning stunning pace this morning tom to go with the news well there's a huge news flow but this this is an investigative piece really resets any debate on global hydrocarbons and we congratulate our team on that effort futures up six ten futures of fifty eight vic showing the good week john farrow's losing money twenty one on the viks down eight point zero nine point four zero points stay with us this is bloomberg if you run a small business you know there's nothing small about it dell's small business technology advisers are here to help with solutions tailored to your business get the latest technology like dell laptops with intel core processors plus with free shipping and a price match guarantee you know you're always getting the best deal talk to a dell small business advisor today at eight seven seven by dell that's eight seven seven by dell.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"In the tech industry that men are just inherently better at technology and about developing technology but it was clear from the data from the research that that is just not the case if you go back to the early days especially on the software side women were prominent and then you saw this decline in computer science and roll ment after some of these external factors like some of the researchers you were saying in terms of identifying the people who are good at it you interviewed james damore from google as journalists on bloomberg tv and when i remember watching that at the time i mean you played that straight you ask them questions and then the beginning your book just destroys his argument how do you square those two things and how are these two roles shape checking out for you as journalists over the course of my career i've been so trained to be objective and not bring my opinion into the situation and you know that is i think that's still very important that object tippety you know to to tell the truth i mean we're we're telling stories and you know were we aim to tell the truth which aims to more i wanted to give him a chance to say what he had to say and afterwards as i was digging deeper and looking at the analysis and looking at the the papers that he cited and talking to a lot of people who worked at google the argument just didn't hold water and i do believe that his opinion not not most people who who believe that aren't gonna to a memo right at a memo to the entire company but i believe that his opinion is more widely held by people especially men in the tech industry than than we would like to believe and that's why we need to shine a light on it and sort of shaped people and tell them that this is not we need people who do like people making these products we need people who have empathy because they're solving problems for users that they need to understand talking about the the characteristics in some of the common characteristics among men and women how do you do this without creating more stereotypes because you're talking about one of the now.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And i've heard this said quite a bit adds some bonds to your stock investments and you can lower your overall risk but is that true all the time well it's true that in many markets bonds play a key role in lowering the risk of your portfolio and typically when stocks go down bonds go up stocks go up bonds go down they provide a countermeasure if you will to balance your portfolio and that's where we get the term balanced portfolio now the inverse relationship between stocks and bonds isn't always true and they can both lose money at the same time and according to alan greenspan may remember him he was the former fed chairman he was responsible for running the fed all the way up until two thousand six as the market was on a terror you may remember before we had the recession and he said recently in an interview on bloomberg tv that the bond market bubble will eventually be the issue that is going to possibly take this into a major situation right now he said for the short term stopped too bad but quote we're working obviously towards a major increase in longterm interest rates and that has a very important impact on the whole structure of the economy unquote now greenspan was talking about the growing federal debt a lot of people have been various student as i have conversations with them about that debt and about this bubble that has been inflated to a level that's waiting to get popped and if inflation rises too quickly or if the fed moves rates quicker than they should well we could have a big time problem and according to alan greenspan were dealing right now with a fiscally unstable term outlook so what do you do where do you hide when all this is happening as we know the fed just raised interest rates and they said they might do it three more times this year so could be too could be three w we're talking about five right now i don't think so but i think it's obvious to pretty much everybody who's paying attention at the market's been profitable and has done pretty well the last few years turn the lights off and the party's over we're seeing more and more signs that tell us that it's time to start adding some measured safety insure your investment plan and i'm not alone.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The full essay at cnn dot com while the present economic divi advisor is defending us plans to impose some of those steel tariffs and commented gerry cones departure peter navarro making his comments on bloomberg tv earlier today the president tweeted out this morning that he's got a very long lists the people he's going to air view i think it's gonna be a great list i think the thing first of all but we're gonna miss jerry years great cowley i myself i love that an on the discussions with him because we do have differing points of view and the president loves that but it's a deep bench jeremy went inside the perimeter kevin has said that the council of economic advisers just a superb economist mick mulvaney at omb i mean this guy's weaning a deregulation revolution in this country that we haven't seen since days reagan you go outside the perimeter you get steve mnuchin a treasury who did a heck of a job on the tax bill wilbur ross is just just do in all sorts of great things so there's a deep bench here with a lot of differing points of view that come into the room president what zap but here's the point at the end of the day i like him i like in what goes on here the football team like new england patriots ray like every year the patriots win the division but they do with different players with dozen changes is the coach and the quarterback and that's what we have donald trump and a he had the best first year on the economy of any modern president and we're going to have a great second your from bloomer td earlier today peter navarro speaking to a bloomberg news also today here in washington on fox friends the chair of the house ways and means committee congressman kevin brady of texas responding to gerry cones departure what i do know is who is invaluable in tax reform i mean he was after table trying to find a way forward in a positive way and look i think he is i don't want it as he left as he's leaving my impression is he came here for the right reasons.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Is a bloomberg business flash from the bloomberg bureau in berlin matt miller this is a bloomberg radio business flash we are seeing across the board gains in european stocks four another had shek there was the third day in a row poorer us stocks have leave is the second day in a row for the stock six hundred gains yesterday we were up half a percent no wednesday we are gaining as well a onepercent so three days in a going into the weekend we do see yields coming back down a little bit us 10year yield under two point nine percent just barely two point eight nine three two percent the bones are down to seventy five basis points and the guilty at one sixty two thirty nine had a very interesting chart today on bloomberg tv and you can get it on the bloomberg if you just type in d a b go with its at daybreak charged that show as us stocks part yielding far less than european stocks and if you take out the dividend f you take out the 10year yield then it even less negative so us stocks are only yielding about one point eight percent whereas european stocks are yielding three point six percent making them a much more attractive investment especially compared to the low level of bond yields and versus the comparison to the high level of treasury yields to us dividend yield syndicates checkout daybreak for that we have a dollar weakness once again against the yen it's pretty amazing 105 eighty nine is what we see right now but we basically moved down one full year every day or up at depending which side of the trade you're on and even with haruhiko kuroda kuroda confirmed in for his second fiveyear term were looking at real yen strength they're the euro 125 35 the pound at one forty one o eight and then i wanna quickly look at gold and bitcoin here because it's been a pretty interesting resurgence for.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is bloomberg markets at least will live on bloomberg tv and radio committed deemed the in dubai let's run through some of the market action as it happened then we did see quite a bit of upside coming through on the to buy index source little bit of downside pressure though on mr properties that bellwether over there yeah without a exchange locking in gains of one point two percent of volumes were pretty much in line you with the threemonth average a lot of these gains are being supported by the gains that we're seeing in terms of energy in terms of oil prices port operator dp world i was up a four percent with the a stand out in terms of the movers qatari stocks flat as it were is like what to continue on this thursday we'll find out later on io top let's talk about japan now they've showed more signs of strength in november industrial output does the figure to watch and that beat expectations as robust overseas demand continued to support factory activity and the broader growth story their positive impulse was seen in retail sales which sailed past estimates to rise one point nine percent from the month before our japan economy reporter conner cisl joins us from tokyo conner let's talk about those retail sales figures mean what explains this this major beat on expectations the thanks the retail sales did come in above expectations and we are starting to see consumption pick up a bit more in japan after a downturn in the third quarter and some some disappointing results in october which nasty weather during those periods kept shoppers at home and so now that the weather's resolving the weather's improved in november and so people are coming out in spending a bit more which looks like it might have some a positive we'll have some positive impact on the fourth quarter gdp results put teached put the export data for us in context how does it support the overall factory output numbers.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To get allocated cancelled the room parts of the investment banking business so there's still a lot of work to be done there are two observations worm clearly they both underperformed heavily this year and into these results so the market knew this is not what we didn't know they will be disappointed deutch has delivered on costs clearly they're going to hit or exceed the target balkars is doing a good jubal and costly you unfortunately of the trade off between okay so the things you can pull believers will need a good job versus the unknowns where optically will note who said for from the russian banking side paul perfectly neither right so as global investment banks then how does this position them now versus the us thanksgiving we already have those earnings wyoming the first they keep saying will lose market share to study was just on bloomberg tv says that is kind of difficult degree than mold and again when he was justify actually will leave the unita full was he said well don't forget we reject some assets so as analysts we don't even have proper visibility but i find it very difficult to believe the most struggling mold and their us counterparts animals have been forget in europe you've got to be mps the gems creditors now takes as well they're doing well as well so it's not just us pairs is actually domestic pairs what about santander 'cause we got those numbers today to haven't really had a good dumb good look at those is awfully bodies in the humanities have to lose that they were i'm a little disappointing but i will need more time to go through those young net income suddenly a sort of disappoint yet when it comes to santander i would ask you i was reading the bloomberg intelligence primera ahead of the torture by results you were essentially saying that one of the big questions facing deutschemark is where the growth is going to be coming from as you said that that the third sort of cutting costs at zetra but where's the growth going to come from any clues about any sort of hints of that in these results over the noninvestment banking business the part of my hair cetera pleasure mikey flat stabilised a mainly we are expecting race arise these bang so dear to rising raise so at some point you measure a little bit of growth took the malone time to stabilize the.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bloomberg radio pleasure and bloomberg com says middle east alive on bloomberg tv and radio on kellyanne in hong kong dean now let's pick up on this story around cuts aren't specifically look at a slightly different angle deputy prime minister of turkey is calling for dialogue over the crisis said he is hopeful of a peaceful resolution to doors isolation as us secretary of state rex tillerson launched shuttle diplomacy across the gulf while we believe the treatment of qatar has been unfair we advocate dialogue and we continue to call all our partners brotherly countries counties to differences to peace active dialogue so we hope that who nato we also of course try to prevent such political differences from the big relations plenty vestments and trade i think took his consensus sense let me give you two examples we've had a big spat with russia there was a big backlash from rush inside turkey has been cool avoid it at peak and finally back on time precrisis atmosphere number four loud we'd russia israel does it be crises with israel onto that what happens is that we avoided at the poland for investments trai now same applies even more comfortable to gcc countries we have strong ties with all these countries yes we should be too more fashion but we don't want any prologue when it comes to trade investments and i'm sure we can master youtube concerns is your relationship with well one day petitions on you and sanctions on tacky because i have fall turkey's not alone thinking that catala should be treated fan secondly he's absent ron's who just want to be should be treated delay any i think turkey respectable play we want peace stability and prosperity now turkey is my the biggest combat against isis turkey if you put aside talk to wars turkey's the only counts boots on the ground effectively combating extremism peugeot talents from our world we either way liberating 2000 square kilometers of syria for we work with our international allies united states coalition partners all major players enough containing exceed these no question about it now as the turkish deputy prime minister speaking with bloomberg sending deadline con while our next guest at down to weather the state secretary of the united states triple world prodi's anything concrete and tons of a resolution with contact as bringing peter slug leg visiting research professor at the middle east institute at the.

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"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg tv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is bloomberg markets east live on bloomberg tv and radio bye john kerry on in hong kong let's get straight back to our guest john gorman head of nanyang range trading for asiapacific and no more i john thank you so much for seeking around we're talking about financial conditions in the us less expand our conversation and talk a little bit about the potential of a fiscal stimulus i know that that's been fainting a little bit as the trump presidency roles on but if we are headed towards fiscal stimulus maybe not later this year but potentially next year how much of a risk is there that we could see ample room for reprising higher of the yields that's actually very good question so the stimulus obviously has been on the loose in fact next to known because trump is at a very very rocky road in terms of his presidency i do think though that most of the republicans who agree that they do want to get a tax cut through so by the end of the year will probably see some sort of a tax could come to which could be fiscal stimulus could help to market higher but not only that you know there's also the fact that if we get through the transient data all of their combined could get us to a point where we do need to raise rates and if you look at the short into the curve right now specifically in the two your sector which much to flats i think especially in the two thousand eighteen sector as you're talking about there's only about one maybe one and a half hikes preston and i think that's for two low we should actually be looking for probably closer to war potentially three hikes in two thousand eighteen john in terms.

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