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Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:39 min | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

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Philadelphia - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:21 sec | 5 hrs ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

"New Jersey will conduct its general election mostly by male because of the Corona virus pandemic, sending ballots to active registered voters while also providing the option to vote in person. Here's Governor Phil Murphy from yesterday. Today we are announcing that the November 3rd general election will be held overwhelmingly through vote by mail.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:06 min | 41 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Met Baxter. Play ball or not, colleges are increasingly voting No. The Big 10 unpacked 12 postpone the 2020 college football season this week. Meanwhile, uncertainty is prompting renewed debate over the fairness of the standardized testing requirements. Bloomberg Scarlet Food spoke with Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker. Can you give us an idea on the thinking on whether winter sports can go ahead can take place or at least a timeline for that kind of decision. Lt's Garland. First of all, thank you so much for having me and for having us as college basketball coach is to be a part of Bloomberg TV. We're proud to have an opportunity to represent our association. Being an Ivy League basketball coach and member of the Harvard University campus community. We're always going to trust and follow. You know the principles in our people with the guidelines of health experts and so I'm not sure where that's little lead us going forward, But we certainly have. May we think is a soundproof decision going into this fall. I'm curious. What kind of input have you gotten from Harvard basketball players. On the prospect of playing this season. Well, Vega's as a former player, myself and certainly coaching kids from the ages of 18 to 22. You know their thoughts and ideas and rightly so unfairly. So are certainly on thought and I aspect the wanting to play certainly understand that from a variety of players and thoughts around the country with weather will never support it. Maybe But I do think it's important that we as educators as teachers prior to being a coach, we think of ourselves as educators, teachers first. I think it's important that we are able to You know, take all the information and we certainly have the health experts. We certainly have individuals that have the best interests of the kids at heart on. We need to trust that trust the leadership that we have. And we certainly do that here at Harvard without president and certainly in Ivy League was our exactly, director. All right. I hear you on that clearly, We are in extraordinary times because we have a public health crisis. We also have an inequality crisis. And to adjust the latter. The National Association of College Basketball coaches is calling for the elimination of using standardized tests to determine athletes. Eligibility isn't that already happening right now, given that a lot of schools have gone test optional for current high school seniors were applying We'll start. You would think so right? You would think that so many institutions around the country over 1000 4 year colleges and universities have made it absolutely either optional have eliminated and so we're proposing that given that that's what is happening with so many other universities and colleges around the country that are not making it a requirement for gaining admission to those various institutions, we think the with compassionate leadership Given where we are with the covert 19. We just think it's the right time and where we are in our country to eliminate this long standing policy of procedure of racial bias, a za pole in terms of representing of our initial eligibility requirement for college basketball, So we we think is the right thing. And we certainly think is the right time. Any response from the to your proposal. We are in talks were discussions with this and we think that it's going to have a positive effect on the compassionate leadership. Of the double. We think this is something that they want to take up very much under consideration to look at seeing how this can impact the rest of our sport going forward. And if this is the right thing that we need to do, which we believe it will you have a little bit of an experiment right now. I wonder how the removal of the test requirement, at least for fall 2021 is affecting the recruiting of students, student athletes. Well, you know, it's you, You hit something there is very sensitive and certainly with the covert 19 affecting all aspects of our of our normal lives, and this is certainly affected disproportionately as affected communities of color on so we really believe it is you just touched on how this is affecting kids trying to go through the process. Of taking the test to be accepted into various institutions, then take the test and also be eligible for college. You know, basketball playing, so we just think it's the right time to maybe take a different look at this to eliminate this. Ondas. We sent for making sure that we're having compassionate leadership in a moment of price is the public health situation that we're finding ourselves in. Tommy is your concern with the city and in particular or all standardized tests, and I ask because the University of California voted to stop using those exams in admissions because obviously, students from lower income families are disadvantaged. Just as you had said, But you see, says it will eventually replace them with a vicious test that will be developed by its own faculty, so it will replace it with some kind of standardized exam. What is your confidence that a another admission test for a new admission test would be more fair? Well, I do think Stella a cz we've been told. A lot of my time is a player playing for Coach K. Duke many moons ago that the first things first, and we certainly believe that the the You know, is a standardized test that needs to be eliminated Eyes this moment in time. It's certainly correlates with low the test results. Court light was low income students was low income families. I should say with fruit education in terms of the families that the kids would come from, and also with race, and so we're trying to make sure that the lane that we're in right now was in ABC. The committee on Racial Reconciliation, which introduced have initiatives of proposals that I'm going to make sure that we're looking at educational inequality, and we think this is one of the ones right now.

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Washington, DC Coronavirus Update: 1 New Death, 65 Additional Cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 11 hrs ago

Washington, DC Coronavirus Update: 1 New Death, 65 Additional Cases

"776 new cases, eight new death, there have been more than 98,000 positive cases reported in Maryland. And word of an uptick of more than 1000 new cases in Virginia, 1114 to be exact and 11 do death. Covert positive cases in Virginia now total more than 103,000. Latest numbers illustrating a downward tick, as we say locally in Maryland and Virginia, But it is a small downward ticket experts say. We're not out of the woods. Not at all. They continue tracking new cases, hospitalizations in the all important positivity rate, looking at of all the people getting tested. How many of them turn out the house, Kobe Joshua Sharfstein with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says the number COMPTEL us whether enough testing is being done and whether there's community transmission. The latest seven day average positivity rate in the district is 3.3%. DC is meeting the standard for having enough testing because it's less than 5% and if it's relatively stable at that number, then you're still seeing continued community spread. The picture is similar in Maryland, which sits a 3.63% Virginia's at 7.2% which means it could perhaps use more testing and also still has a fair amount of between new transmission. John Aaron w T. O P News and we're the kids in the Corona virus del mix some silvery new stats this morning from CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker on the

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Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Abdul at Large

Abdul at Large

01:03 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Abdul at Large

"Out of that organization for a long time for a lot of the same reasons in terms of using it as Maura of personal Source of revenue than really fighting for gun rights. But the same time when I looked at all of this, I'm very afraid. Justus, the Second Amendment proponent of the NRA's influence, waning and its ability to contribute to campaigns and be the counter to be the other side of that of that scale, where we've got Michael Bloomberg and Moms demand action and Soros and all those organizations that are fighting so hard to take Second Amendment rights away from us. We need a strong we meaning people who value the Second Amendment. We need a strong, effective, well funded Honore and more concerned about losing that that strong, effective influential Honore because of NRA zone, own mismanagement and Ira's own. Call it greed. Call it misdirection. Call it poor management choices in terms of who you have running the organization. Ah, more afraid of members like me. I'm a benefactor, Life member of Tara and I won't bore you with the details. That means I've sent a whole big bunch of money to general over there. They don't call you a benefactor lets you save him a lot of money. If I find out my money went to places like paying for it. Mohammed vacations, I'm going to be upset and the membership reaction to all of this, I predict will have a much more influential impact a much more significant impact on MRE than the actual litigation. And we'll have more with guy real for just a bit. You're listening to the weekend edition of the bill of large here on 93 WNBC right now, Savings.

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U.S., China Postpone Weekend Talks on Trade Deal - Bloomberg

WBBM Evening News

00:12 sec | 18 hrs ago

U.S., China Postpone Weekend Talks on Trade Deal - Bloomberg

"GS and he lost a fraction. The NASDAQ slipped 23 talks between the U. S and China that were planned for this weekend to review progress under the face, one trade deal have been postponed. There have been

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Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:17 sec | 54 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Bloomberg best Bloomberg best is about the insight and the context that we get from our guests. It's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations. Bloomberg best. Bloomberg's best stories of the week, powered by 20 Even 100 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world. I am a Baxter on this weekend edition of Bloomberg Best We hear from the president of Cadillac, Steve Carlisle. You know what we feel is Wei need to really work hard on adoption of electric vehicles Plus PGA Championship winner calling. Morikawa describes what it's like to be 23. And the winner of a major, You know, I looked in my caddy. I told him what's just a driver? I'm feeling that this is what it's meant to be all this and more coming up in the next hour of Bloomberg best. First we bring you.

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Bloomberg › markets › stocks

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00:13 sec | 20 hrs ago

Bloomberg › markets › stocks

"Head into the weekend on a mixed note. Traders await an end to the deadlock and talked over a new pandemic released. Jones Industrial Average ended 30

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:07 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"A security threat. I'm an Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. This newscast has brought to you by National Realty and are a developers of high return income producing properties for investing partners see them at NR a dot net. As we've been reporting, President Donald Trump on Friday gave the Chinese company bite dance 90 days to divest itself of any assets used to support the popular tic tac app in the U. S. He said there is credible evidence by dance might take action that threatens national security. Microsoft is exploring an acquisition of TIC Tac's U. S operations, and it's possible that other potential bidders could come forward. Microsoft didn't comment immediately. Taiwan formally signed an agreement to buy 66 of the latest model F 16 jets built by Lockheed Martin. That's a move likely to further inflame tensions between the U. S and China. President Trump says McKesson will help distribute a vaccine for the Corona virus and the US more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. It's part of the government's efforts to speed an inoculation to the American public, the Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement. The company will be a central distributor of both vaccines and related supplies needed to administer them. The government is exercising an option in an existing contract with McKesson, according to a federal spending database. McKesson's vaccine distribution contract with the government began in 2017 and has the potential to total more than $300 million..

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Poll: Biden Expands Lead Over Trump

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 21 hrs ago

Poll: Biden Expands Lead Over Trump

"Non starter presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, and his running mate Kamala Harris, today signed the required documents to receive the party's nomination. Party's convention begins next week. The latest polls are indicating Joe Biden is stretching his lead over Donald Trump. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the latest numbers. The latest NPR PBS NewsHour Marist poll finds Biden leading president Trump 53 to 42%. With a margin of error of 3.3%. But a Fox News poll shows the president closing the gap on Biden from a 12 point deficit to only seven points behind. Still, more than half of those respondents, 54% say they do not approve of Donald

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Assassin's Creed creative director Ashraf Ismail fired

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:49 min | 1 d ago

Assassin's Creed creative director Ashraf Ismail fired

"Be saw better tehmina essay has dismissed the creative director of the newest assassin's creed game. The latest result of the metoo reckoning at the French video game publisher that has been swirling for two months. Ashraf is male the director on this falls assassin's creed. Mahala was accused by a fan in July and June sorry of about his marital status in order to have a relationship with her shortly afterward at. Shortly. Afterward Ishmael wrote onto it or is mail wrote on twitter that he had stepped down from his role adding that he was quote deeply sorry to everyone hurt in this but you remain a US off employees. The publisher inform staff this week that he had been he was dismissed. As a result of Investigations Ashraf is male has been dismissed from you. We saw and is no longer employees. A UBISOFT spokesperson confirmed at Bloomberg is male didn't immediately. To request for comment. In late June dozens of people mostly women spoke out on social media about their experiences facing sexual harassment and assault in the video game in streaming industries many of those accusations centred on Ubisoft, which has since faced scrutiny for what many describe as a boys club culture chief executive officer eased will has promised big changes in interviews with BusinessWeek more. Than three dozen current and former Yousof employees painted a picture of a company that had been aware of many of these allegations for years since allegations emerge Ubisoft, his parted ways with top executives ten Tommy Francois and maxine blonde as well as several other employees in lower positions. Last month, the company pushed out chief creative officer Serge has who has coat. Sorry I know I'm not saying that French name. One of the more powerful people at Ubisoft. Is. Male. Spent eleven years at us off Montreal and also directed to previous assassin's creed games. Assassin's creed black flag in twenty thirteen and assassin's creed origin in twenty seventeen.

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Robert Trump, brother of President Donald Trump hospitalized in New York: White House

Bloomberg Markets

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Robert Trump, brother of President Donald Trump hospitalized in New York: White House

"Younger brother, Robert, is reportedly in the hospital in New York. ABC News was first to report this saying Robert Trump is said to be very ill. The White House confirms it, saying the president is expected to visit his brother today. Robert Trump was in the intensive care unit in New York's Mount Sinai Hospital for more than a week. Back in June. Joe

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Dodger Stadium vote center planned for presidential election

Bloomberg Law

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

Dodger Stadium vote center planned for presidential election

"Will serve is a vote center for the presidential election in November, making the Dodgers the first major league baseball team to make their venue available for voting. Any registered voter in Los Angeles County. Convince it the stadium over a five day stretch. Parking will be free Barbecue

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Coronavirus relief bill negotiations won't be resolved until after Labor Day

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

Coronavirus relief bill negotiations won't be resolved until after Labor Day

"Counting on emergency Karina Varietal may have to wait until the full. U. S. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell announce Congress will break until after Labor Day The members will remain on 24 hour notice. In case of coronavirus stimulus deal is reached. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that when Republican negotiators are ready to meet in the middle Democrats will restart negotiations.

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Senators lay out plan for college athletes bill of rights

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Senators lay out plan for college athletes bill of rights

"One independent have unveiled a plan for reform in college sports with an athlete's bill of rights. It calls for college athletes to have the ability to earn money for their names, images and likenesses with minimal restrictions. The senator's also wanna ensure for the athletes, long term medical coverage and treatment and enforceable medical standards. Global news

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New unemployment claims fall below 1 million for the first time in five months

Noon Business Hour

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

New unemployment claims fall below 1 million for the first time in five months

"The Dow is lower by 40 points right now 9 27,035 is the level NASDAQ is up 75 points to 11,087 in the S and P, picking up two points. The Wintrust W BBM Chicago Index from Bloomberg is lower by a fraction For the first time since March, the nation's unemployment offices did not receive more than one million applications for benefits. The Labor Department says first time jobless claims fell for the week to 963,000.

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Trump says he opposes more funds for Postal Service over mail-in voting

Bloomberg Markets

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Trump says he opposes more funds for Postal Service over mail-in voting

"President Trump says funds to shore up the U. S. Postal Service ahead of the election are a key sticking point installed Corona virus relief talks with Democrats President tells Fox Business Network There is common ground on more than $100 billion for schools and new funds for virus testing. But the president says he is not budging on funds for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Now. In the meantime, they aren't getting there. By the way. Those are just two items, But if they don't get those two items, that means you can't have universal mail in voting time House oversight share, Carolyn Maloney has introduced a bill that would reverse the changes that the president's postmaster general wants to implement, including a freeze on management, hiring and elimination of delivery

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Business lobby raises concerns over Trump payroll tax break

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Business lobby raises concerns over Trump payroll tax break

"Touted his plan to implement a payroll tax deferral, but promises Social Security will not be negatively affected. The payroll tax will be terminating the payroll tax. After I hopefully get elected would be terminating the payroll tax, so that will mean Anywhere from 5000 even more per family. And also great for businesses and great for jobs. The U. S Chamber of Commerce is warning that the plan for a shot of economic relief during the current virus pandemic could prove unworkable. Chamber has been a White House ally and battles to cut federal regulations and taxes. But the group's letter to Treasury Secretary Stephen Yushin says Trump's directive is surrounded by uncertainty and only exacerbates the challenges for companies trying to quickly put his action in place.

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Weekly initial jobless claims fall below 1 million for first time in 21 weeks

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Weekly initial jobless claims fall below 1 million for first time in 21 weeks

"The Jobless claims are looking a little better than we've seen for quite some time. Let's go to Bloomberg and Heroes to POTUS. Dick you know, the weekly look at new jobless claims had not seen the number below one million for 20 weeks since the pandemic began way back in March, But we won't make it 21 weeks as the latest number not only declined from the week before, but fresh applications for unemployment benefits came in at 963,000 which was better than the Bloomberg consensus forecast for 1.1 million. Of course, it does remain historically high, well above the 200,000 or so we were seeing before the

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S&P 500 drifts close to record heights after jobless report

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

S&P 500 drifts close to record heights after jobless report

"Lower, but the direction is interesting, given that that narrative gets shattered after three days after a big move in yesterday sessions. We get to the price action of this morning. This is how we shape up with equity futures down around about six points. Of 2/10 of 1% on the S and P 500 just slightly negative still in and around record highs on the S and P after a phenomenal rally off the bottom in March of 50%. Move just unreal. You're O'Donnell

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Hong Kong media tycoon Lai, activist Agnes Chow released on bail

BTV Simulcast

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Hong Kong media tycoon Lai, activist Agnes Chow released on bail

"Leading Hong Kong democracy activist, has been released on bail, saying she won't be stopped from speaking out. Agnes shall was held along with media tycoon Jimmy Lai and others on the China is sweeping national Security law, Chow says have bail conditions include regular reports to police on the surrender off a passport. Hong Kong Justice Department has felt to see exactly why she was arrested.

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China's banks, in Hong Kong, act to comply with US sanctions

Bloomberg Law

00:12 sec | 2 d ago

China's banks, in Hong Kong, act to comply with US sanctions

"China's banks in Hong Kong are taking some tentative steps to comply with U. S sanctions sanctions imposed on officials in the city. The banks are looking to safeguard their access to dollar funding and overseas

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Hope to Escape to Florida for the Holidays? United Is Betting on It With Nonstop Flights From Several New Cities

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 d ago

Hope to Escape to Florida for the Holidays? United Is Betting on It With Nonstop Flights From Several New Cities

"Airlines is betting that northerners will want to escape the cold this winter. Despite the pandemic. It's adding nonstop flights to Florida from seven cities, including Boston, Cleveland, Columbus, Ohio and Indianapolis. From the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Larry Kowski on w T O P

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

09:32 min | 6 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Explain last night like many nights that came before it. There was a democratic debate but unlike the many nights that came before there was a new person on stage competing for the Democratic nomination and he may well have been a Republican. I don't think he look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House. Let's put forward somebody. Who's actually a democrat? Actually he used to be a Republican. But maybe we should also ask how Mayor Bloomberg in two thousand and four supported. George W Bush for president. I'd like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and Horseface Lesbians and now I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg back in late November when Michael Bloomberg announced that he would vie for the Democratic nomination. I spoke to Emily Stewart from. Vox about his candidacy. The episode was called Kennedy Billionaire by the presidency. So this morning I asked him. We how that's been working out for him. Well we don't know if he will buy the entire presidency but he can certainly by himself some traction. He is gaining in the polls. And everybody's kind of got some Bloomberg fever one way or the other right now if you look at the news and why is that why is why is everyone in a in a tizzy about Michael Bloomberg he spent about four hundred million dollars on ads on television digital on the radio next year we can have a leader who brings people together solves problems and gets results might? Bloomberg would get it done. Mike Bloomberg is sort of everywhere you go and at first. It was kind of like like. Here's this guy. He's late entrant in the race. He doesn't seem to have a lot of chances. And then by the time. January rolled around. It was really starting to become clear that he was gaining some traction in the polls and then it seems like the past couple of weeks a lot of Democrats and progressives have freaked out about Mike Bloomberg and there's a ton of opposition research on him you know he's a guy who was mayor of New York for twelve years. He has set a lot of things. Done a lot of interviews. He has a lot of baggage and so whatever positive messaging he was putting out has also been countered by a ton of negative stuff about him and that's all he's really done between November and now is like blanket the country in ads. Yeah I mean. He's also been out campaigning. He does do rallies. He hasn't been campaigning. In the first four primary state so he is not an Iowa not in him shirt Nevada or South Carolina. But he's going to Virginia California Pennsylvania so his plan is really to focus on Super Tuesday which is March third when a bunch of states vote. So he has been out on the trail but the main strategy is just inundate everyone with Mike Bloomberg everywhere I like I like I like. I like Mike. I like. My President Obama work together. I know Mike is not afraid of the gun lobby. My story would have turned out very differently. I had been black that he loves America. I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve this message and it's working. His poll numbers are going up. Yeah I mean if you look at the real clear. Politics Average of national polls. He's third right now. Pretty far behind Bernie Sanders. Who's the front leader of a pretty close to Joe? Biden was for a long time considered to be the front runner. He looks like he's doing pretty well. In different states in head to head matched us with trump to there was a whole not too long ago out of Michigan that put different Democrats against trump and Bloomberg was the one who did the best and I guess it's official now that trump season as something of a threat because he like made up a nickname for him right. Yeah he calls them many Mike Bloomberg and these guys who've known each other for a long time. It's clear that trump is a little bit annoyed by Bloomberg. Here's a guy who is much richer than donald trump. He has more than fifty billion dollars in estimated net worth he runs a giant company giant philanthropy operation so trump has taken notice of this and. I'm sure you know they have a long history here at New York. Not necessarily enemy is but they've known each other for a long time and Bloomberg is definitely on the president's radar. There's that photo of like him playing golf with Bill Clinton and Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani end. Who else is in a Joe? Torry Billy Crystal Mr Potato Head. Woodrow Wilson has some sort of like philanthrophy thing foundation thing. I mean they've known each other for a long time and I'm sure socially as well is Bloomberg success in the Democratic race coming at the expense of someone else's Biden who suffering as a result. Or who well I think. Part of it is Biden before Bloomberg jumped in. I had heard from people that basically he decided not to run in the first place because it looks like Joe Biden had a pretty good shot at the White House and then when he came into the race it did seem like that was a sign that he and his rich friends who probably were into a Biden presidency as well. We're worried about the former vice presidents prospects but I think there's also just a really fractured it. Non Bernie vote right now. Whether it's People Jesuit Amy Club Atari Even Elizabeth Warren like. He's kind of drawing from everywhere I think. If you're not into Bernie Sanders or are you are worried about his electability or voters are looking kind of wherever they can and Bloomberg is on their television screen and until recently you know people are only hearing really positive messaging about him and so he's kind of been drawing from everybody. It seems like let's talk about that debate kind of firing squad around Mike Bloomberg last night and the fact that matter is he has not manage his city very very well when he was there. He didn't get a whole lot done. He has stop and Frisk throwing there. Were a lot of little shots being taken and then there was a really really long big shot taken by Elizabeth Warren that the moderators seemed to just let role for like three or four minutes. The mayor has to stand on his record. And what we need to know is exactly what's lurking out there. He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Mayor. Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. Bloomberg could extensively belief people from the nondisclosure agreements. He has refused and he really doesn't have a good answer on that. None of them accused me of doing anything other than maybe they didn't like the joke. I told and let me just let me. Be Agreements between two parties. That wanted to keep it quiet. And that's up to them. They signed those agreements. And we'll so wait when you say I just WanNa be clear. Some is how many I mean. I think that heading into last night. Like if you would've asked me who I thought would probably go after Mike Bloomberg mounts there was going to be Elizabeth Warren. Here's a guy who really is emblematic. Everything that she kind of horse in American capitalism in society it is a question of values. Do we want to invest in Mr Bloomberg or do we test Senator Sanders? He may have been caught a little off guard by the NDA question especially by the confrontation to release these women from their NDA's but he had been expecting stop. And Frisk to come up and that came up from the moderators themselves. How do you do there? It seemed like it was a similar situation where he knew it was coming but still he really hasn't developed a good answer on that and I've sat down with a bunch of African American clergy and business people to talk about this to try to learn. I've talked to a number of kids who'd been stopped and I'm trying to trying to understand how we change our policies so we can keep the city safe because the crime rate did go from six hundred and fifty fifty percent down to three hundred so Bloomberg. Kind of half apologizes and I think he gets called out for that by Elizabeth Warren. Anyway then the apology has to start with the intent of the plan as it was put together and the willful ignorance day by day by day. Admitting what was happening even as people protested in your own street shutting out the sounds of people telling you how your own policy was breaking their lives. You need a different thank you can. It seemed like every time someone brought up something for Michael Bloomberg's passed last night. He didn't really have much to say that was satisfying and it seemed like being on that stage. Probably didn't help him a ton but also you know who knows yeah. He was bad last night. Because drop one hundred million dollars more on ads today and could try to erase it and that was appointed Elizabeth. Warren made in an interview last night after the debate. So we kind of have to see as the polls start to come out what happened and of course. We really won't know how he's doing until he's actually on the ballot in Super.

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"The mayor came to in this debate. it may be that his team believes that he can just get through debates and spend money on TV and paid media to get through it and they may be right about that but nevertheless this was a question as with stop and Frisk goes where few other issues that came up where They should have anticipated that it was going to come. And in fact right before the debate His campaign as also leaked. I believe in the nation so they should have known that this was going to be a topic of discussion and in fact. I should've absolutely prepared better than he was prepared for for that question there. I don't know what the right answer for mayor. Bloomberg would have been because he doesn't want to release women from these NDA quite clearly But I suggest that Mayor Bloomberg and not just mayor Bloomberg Senator Klobuchar and Senator Warren were the other two candidates up on that stage who have so far refused to sign onto. Lift our voices Petition to ban and DA's for toxic work issues. All of those candidates need to understand that women are not going away. And it's not just women workers or not going away in this issue. They can't skate through this issue. It's something that is going to come up time and time and time again. And if they want to draw a contrast with the president and it stays has also refused to sign onto to our petition. They need to understand that this is something. Women are looking at carefully as I said a third of American workers are bound by these mandatory. Nda's and if it's not you yourself it could be your brother your mother your sister your next door neighbor and it's not you today could be your next job to say that the two women candidates on this stage last night have refused to sign your group's petition to ban mandatory. Nda's no Elizabeth. Warren has Senator Klobuchar has not another Senator Sanders. So the three our Bloomberg Sanders and Kluber. Shar who have not signed on everybody else on that debate stage has and why do you think that they wouldn't I don't know I mean it's look at the workers rights issue And it's a obviously predominantly affects women but not entirely. It's something that I think everybody needs to get behind. It's a nonpartisan issue. This is not something that's controversial. All were saying. Is that anybody who has had a toxic work? Experience should be able to talk freely because what that entails is less litigation going forward. It's a deterrent from people behaving poorly and if a boss or the head of an organization realizes that he can't get away with sexually harassing somebody or worse because some insurance companies going to pick up the TAB for the settlement and there's going to be an NBA to prevent the worker from speaking out. They may think twice about engaging the harassment in the first place again. This is something that is such a non brainer that it's puzzling to me. As why everybody has not signed onto it but I strongly hope on both sides of the aisle that the candidates who haven't done that yet agreed to do it. It's interesting that we're getting a lot of calls on both sides of this including a lot who including women who want to defend Mayor Bloomberg on one aspect or another of this. We'll take one more of those calls Lisa in Forest Hills here on. Wnyc WITH JULIE. Roginsky from lift our voices highly. So thank you so much for taking my call and I just want to say I'm a woman I I consider myself a feminist. I obviously deeply respect the people who have come forward and you know stood up for themselves and no one should be treated like that you know I have. I can't hundreds of times in my life that I've been treated that way I was actually raped myself once But you know. Can we keep our eye on the ball? I mean if mayor Bloomberg said some off color things to some women a couple of decades of look in the White House like Oh my God. It's like somebody who I just. I'm sorry just infuriated that this is what we're focusing on. Well first of all. I'm incredibly sorry to hear about what happened to you. And there's not much more to say other than my heart goes out to you about that I will say this to you. We don't know what Mayor Bloomberg has actually done or not done and the reason we don't know because these women can't speak up Certainly president trump has said many things as well and he's holding people on his campaign and the trump organization and as as well we don't actually know the scope of of what may have gone on there as well. Sunlight is the best disinfectant. And I know it sounds cliche. But we deserve to have full transparency about all of our candidates and Oliver the men and women who want to lead this country and not just about that but about any organizational structural problems that you may want to go work for some points This is not to say that one candidate is better than the other does not to draw contrast between or equivocation between Mayor Bloomberg and the president trump or mayor Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren. Or however you WANNA freeze it is simply to say that we should have access to all the facts about somebody's background whether it's frankly their health records or anything else when they're running for office and especially to be the leader of this nation And if Mayor Bloomberg and president trump and Senator Sanders and Senator Warren and I can name. I've every candidate out. There wants to be our president. It is my belief that that person should tell us about the breadth and scope of their experience leading other organizations or participating in the workforce and their life before they pretend that they want to lead this country and we will leave it there. With the views of Julie Roginsky Advocate Activists Co founder of the group. Lift our voices which is a nonprofit that advocates specifically for an end to the practice of mandatory NDA's confidentiality provisions enforced arbitration clauses. Thank you so much for coming on today. Thanks so much for having me and listeners. We want to invite you.

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

14:08 min | 6 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Of the company and somebody else in this The man or woman or could be more than that. They decided when they made an agreement that they wanted to keep it quiet for everybody's interests so there was a lot there. Uh in that clip. We played an extended excerpt almost two minutes because there was so much there. Shrugging off sexist jokes in the workplace as no big thing drew a grown from the audience as you heard and beyond that could the mayor have dissolved his nondisclosure agreements right on stage if he wanted to and would that have been the right thing to do according to the women who he says willingly entered into those agreements with me now of the point of view on this is Julie. Roginsky advocate activist co founder of the group lift our voices and non profit that advocates specifically for an end to the practice of mandatory. Nda's nondisclosure agreements How Fidelity provisions and forced arbitration clauses? All those things. Julie Welcome to WNYC. Thank you so much for joining us for having me Brian. And since you advocate to end the practice of NDA's or what maybe is more accurately described as mandatory? Andy as can you explain what those are? And why this is a 'cause you've taken up sure well Specifically talking about and as for toxic work issues whether it's gender discrimination sexual harassment or just plain misogyny that takes place in the workforce certainly if he knows the secret formula to Coca Cola suggesting you should be able to walk across the street to Pepsi and give it to them but more and more over the last decades these Agreements have been used to silence workers. A third of American workers. According to the Harvard Business Review are bound by. Nda's to silence workers from discussing among themselves or publicly instances of toxicity in their organizations. And we just believe that's quite wrong. The reason we began this organization is that I to co-founders Gretchen Carlson and the NFL zone. And I Had all worked at Fox News had each sued Fox. News Gretchen Carlson and I for sexual harassment. The NFL's zone for gender discrimination and we are bound by NDA's we cannot discuss the circumstances of what took place with our cases and so as a result we came together and decided that we were going to launch the organization. Not to help us. We have a big megaphone because of the high profile nature of of the lawsuits that we engaged in but to help this. I said the one third of American workers who are bound these agreements and who don't have a voice to be able to talk about their specific allegations and and what happened to them in the workplace. You tweeted last night after the debate quote. I've spoken to a few of those women over the last week. They don't want these. Nda's in fact. They want to speak publicly but they are terrified of retaliation and going up against a billionaire unquote. So what can you tell us about those conversations while it's interesting I spoke to two women who've worked for Bloomberg? Lp neither of them. I think knows each other because one is on the east coast one is on the west coast And they would like to speak publicly about what took place and the reason that they're not a Bloomberg anymore. But as I said on twitter the are deathly afraid to go up against somebody who's got unlimited amounts of money and who could sue them into oblivion for violating their MDA's and and who can obviously retaliate against them in other ways or they perceive could retaliate against them in other ways the fastest way for Mayor Bloomberg to make them feel at ease about that is just simply say that he releases all workers from any NBA provisions and their agreements and therefore they can talk about whatever they WanNa talk about the circumstances of their departure Bloomberg He made it sound like these were voluntary agreements and that they were entered into by all the parties because they wanted their privacy and certainly there would be some women who wouldn't want details of their sexual harassment lawsuits or whatever Discuss publicly. So do you think he was lying or fudging or speaking about an incomplete category? How did you hear that response? I certainly whenever accuse anybody of of lying or Fudging But what I would say to Mayor Bloomberg if I could see something to him directly is that I don't think women new Mayor Bloomberg to speak for them Quite honestly a lot of women. Probably don't come forward but they should have that option not mayor. Bloomberg on Bloomberg LP and not the Bloomberg campaign. And it's not just a Bloomberg campaign or Bloomberg LP. I WanNa just make clear. This is endemic problem across the board for all for a third of American workers. So if women want to speak up publicly and the two women who. I spoke with this week do those women should be able to speak mayor. Bloomberg should not dictate to them whether they should be muzzled and more importantly mayor Bloomberg should not speak for them and just assure all of us that they don't want to speak up. I'm here to tell Mayor Bloomberg that yes they do want to speak up there to free to say that publicly themselves for all the reasons that I said it'd before they're just afraid of retaliation. One of the things that Senator Warren was pressing him on last night was how many. Nda's they're all out there and he wouldn't answer that apparently ABC news reviewed court records show. At least seventeen women have taken legal action against Bloomberg's company over the past three decades three of which remain active several lawsuits accuse him of fostering a hostile environment for women to work in the nineteen nineties three of those cases specifically named Bloomberg and quotes attributed to him in the court filings Quotes including. I'd like to do that piece of meat and I would do in a second unquote a second lawsuit by another employee accused the firm of wrongful termination when she was dismissed while undergoing breast cancer treatment and the third brought by former sales executive. Jonah airs accused the company of age and Gender Discrimination Bloomberg himself was named as a defendant In two of these cases including the air's case however Bloomberg and the company have died. The allegations in those suits could Bloomberg have waived his hands last night as one and Biden. We're both asking him to do. And just said okay. Nda's dissolved well certainly Bloomberg could have done that and then directed his lawyers to resolve or dissolve the MDA's that's not a problem I have been subjected to two days in my life one was with. Fox's I mentioned the other was with Governor Murphy New Jersey with his campaign Governor Murphy after facing a tremendous amount of pressure released while women and his campaign from there. Nda's he waved his hand and Lo and behold those entities were dissolved. So of course. I didn't know that story. He just did that. In the way you described in the way they were asking the Mayo to do it. Last night He obviously directed his attorneys to inform all the women on his campaign that they were finally released from their NDA's and so that's exactly what the lawyers did And so that's something that Mayor Bloomberg can do himself as well and directs his attorneys and Bloomberg LP to do that as well But what's really important to know here? As that Mayor Bloomberg has said that there were just a few of these agreements the other chilling and silencing aspect of this are mandatory arbitration clauses and of those existed Bloomberg or any other organization. I don't mean to pick just Bloomberg because they exist across the board across the country we would know how many people have brought allegations of toxic workplace environment because those are so silenced that we don't publicly know who made complaints how they made complaints what it entails and what the outcome of it was typically arbitration agreements. You go into a secret chamber. It gets resolved people signed an NDA. And you never hear about these cases again mayor. Bloomberg if you notice can say what he wants to say and he did say from the stage about how few these existed that he was only subjected to one or two for for off handed off color remarks. The women who signed these as can't respond the can't say Mayor Bloomberg is wrong. They can't say to. Mayor Bloomberg is incorrect If he is because they're bound by NDA's and it puts all the power and Mayor Bloomberg hands to say whatever he wants to say and the survivors can not respond. And that's wrong and I'm sure Mayor Bloomberg would agree that. That's an inequitable and unjust situation to put these women earn in White Plains you're on WNYC Taryn hi. Good Morning Brian. I would like to ask your guest and while Gretchen Carson's not on your show. But hypothetically referring to her as well these are this is not a Dominique Strauss. Kahn situation where you had a blue collar. Have keep Who clearly it was most unbelievable imbalance of power for example Gretchen. Carlson is a very successful woman and presumably if she signed an NBA. It was with Thorough advice from counsel with respect the issue on the table is the women who sued Michael Bloomberg's company Who presumably are not you know famous network? News anchors like rich and costume was in calling for the law to be changed. I I it just somewhat confusing to me that these women who on the best possible position to speak out and not accept the financial settlement chose not to do so. Let me let me get a response to you. Julia against what you say. The current in white plains. Well Karen I've heard I've heard that complaint a lot and I will tell you that. Yes Gretchen Carlson and I did have access to to wonderful lawyers. I think what you have to understand that Gretchen. Carlson filed her lawsuit and Twenty. Sixteen and I filed mine about ten months later in April of twenty seventeen Fox News We did not realize what we realized today. Which is that. This was going to be an issue where we have heard from so many people all across the country And had we known that and had we decided that this the metoo movement was gonNA take off largely because Gretchen? Carlson was one of the first women if not the first woman to to do something so high profile against such a high profile individuals. Roger ailes that we would have fought tooth and nail to not sign that. Nda You're right. We could have gone to court. It would have taken years. Our careers would have been put on. Hold our lives would have been put in limbo And it probably would. Have you know I filed in early? Two thousand seventeen. Maybe I'll be getting a court date sometime this year. By the time all of a sudden done and that entire time my career my life would have been in limbo It's not an excuse just simply to say that people settle for all sorts of reasons and let me be clear. We didn't settle to keep our mouths shut. We settled for loss of income and loss of career and so a lot of other women. But let's not even talk about Gretchen. Carlson let's talk about the average American Manner Women. Some of these. Nda's are signed as part of a hiring process where you're going to negotiate salary. You're going to negotiate benefits. You're probably not going to negotiate or you don't have access to Lord to negotiate that you're not going to sign a confidentiality provision. You don't anticipate taking a job where you're ever might want to see. Some of these are signed as a result of settlement. Where somebody says. Here's some money to you. Know you've been fired Hughley sued. Here's somebody keep quiet but a lot of these are signed as a result of being laid off and piece of paper's place before he was I was told by casino working. Las Vegas happened to her. She was laid off. She was in shock. A piece of paper was placed before her and she was told if you want to get severance and you want a good job recommendation. Going forward signed this piece of paper. And she did and this story happens over and over and over and over again. And that's not right in fact the power imbalances entirely wrong. Because don't forget a lot of these people who are sexual harassers predators and organizations continue to work there so you have a meat grinder of workers coming through who get an NDA place before them to good job recommendation or a couple of dollars in severance and the next victim comes along and then the next one and the next one and nobody's able to warn anybody about it because they're they're bound to these owners and terrible contracts many of them don't even have access to a lawyer time or the resources to find a lawyer to sign as a matter of debate analysis a lot of the people in the media who are breaking down. The debate and saying how the candidates did said Bloomberg seemed unprepared for this line of questioning. He seemed really uncomfortable. He seemed to be hesitant and uncertain in his answer to Senator. Juan and also Joe Biden who continued to To push on the issue of leading the women out of the NDA's and yet. I discovered this morning that this was not the first time that this came up for him. Recently he was pressed on this specific issue of NDA's recently on the view when he went on there and January And there he described his own alleged bad behavior this way. This is just a nine second clip. Did I ever tell a body joke? Yeah sure I did and do I regret it. Yes it's embarrassing but you know that's Kinda grew up so I guess given that given that they went around with him on the view. Just last month were. Were you surprised at what has been widely described as how unprepared for this. He looked last night. I was actually surprised. So if I take off my lift our voices hat and put on my Real Day job had on the political consultant. And I do for a living And I was quite surprised at the lack of preparations..

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg you happy get a total of about learning right now and I think in this job today yeah for you okay so on this job that we do want to talk a bit about learning the skills that are necessary to make it in today's workforce don Baker knows about that he CEO of the global software company desire to learn and we bring him in on the phone from Kitchener Ontario Canada John nice to have you here on Bloomberg radio welcome join Carol to be joining about what you're doing because I do feel like this mirrors that against that we had before earlier on our broadcast about kind of getting workers who don't have the necessary skills that are needed in today's work first tell us about your company and specifically what you're doing well I'd be to our desire to learn is providing a learning platform that supporting educational institutions all companies all over the world to change how we do learning today in the past a lot of this is not happening in a traditional classroom but now we've shifted using digital technology to learning online and what we're seeing is a big shift in our economy as automation our artificial intelligence comes into play in terms of dissolution of the current job that we have I'm an optimist I think a lot of new jobs to get creative but there's a requirement for us to re skill or up skill our resources to support that new future and what we're trying to do as a company is is connect the dots between our educational institutions and our companies are to better equip the work force for that future yeah and so how do you do that especially from a collaboration perspective because when we talk about sort of training workers obviously there's a private sector side to this which are working on but is there a public sector piece of it as well yes so before you go off into the workforce we want to make sure that the the graduates from universities or colleges are well prepared to enter the workforce you look a lot of the statistics many companies will talk about how the graduates of their hiring are not quite ready for the jobs of the cutting into and so one of the big elements that we're trying to help reshape its it do what we call working a good learning or work based learning where before you even leave the university or college are you getting an opportunity to have an internship or call our experience work some type of work experience the help better prepare you for life after university or school and that's what it's colleges or universities or schools are that the integration of work into that learning experience it's going to be a critical part of making sure that we're ready for that future and it also creates this virtuous cycle it allows us to take one happening in education in their latest thinking and bring it into our lawyers and vice versa what's happening in the different industries is going back into the education system to help inform how to make the curriculum the content of the courses that are being offered in the educational institutions much better much more adapted to two days required yeah it's interesting I do feel like this and I've had a lot of conversations about folks thinking about the future when it comes to education and that maybe four years education don't make sense anymore to some extent or maybe we're gonna have to think about workers who have who continue there's continuing education throughout their life to make sure that whether it's keeping up with technology in different standards that we're gonna need that going forward is that we were headed well you're absolutely right you know if you talk to any even technology companies what what exactly that Google or otherwise they'll talk about how they have to have their engineers rather's re educated I have a number of years and so there's no longer a situation where we just simply graduate permit our schools and universities and go into the workforce then you're done learning the lifelong learning that needs to happen or that unit learning within that work work experience if you will I've got to increase to be able to keep our skills current with the demands of today and so there's this requirement for this ongoing development ongoing learning about workforce that never existed you know twenty thirty years ago and so the gig economy people happen around either from job to job or is it a coupling together or something how does that play into this exactly the same so you know when you start with today ten years now you're probably gonna be do something completely the right twenty years ago you might get a completely different career all together again and so we've got to constantly be able to up skill and re skill that work for so that they're ready for the evening change and we can do is keep sending people back to college or university to for your program to get you ready for that change in our life well we talked to educate you sick that would integrate together yeah absolutely done and we talk about education having to be disrupted I think we're starting to see signs of it but there's that's really a big boat a lot to it is wrong turn yeah exactly because started John Baker chief executive officer desire to learn on the phone from Kitchener Ontario Canada thank you so much for time really appreciated on this Friday all right looking ahead we're going to check in on one of the big stories of the day that's that Dennis Mullen Burke at Boeing a lack of severance package also going around at the show catch up with Hannah Ellie it she's going to tell you about turbo charging hot riding your Tesla that's coming up but first let's get to Bob.

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hours a day at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business slash in Moscow U. S. stock index futures reversing losses recovering from a plunge after Iranian missile struck to American military bases in Iraq we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures up about six points and Dow futures down the twenty and nasdaq futures of eleven the dachshund Germany's down two tenths percent ten year treasury up for thirty seconds yields one point eight zero percent the yield on the two year one point five two percent nynex recoils up half percent or thirty cents at sixty three dollars a barrel and go make school this up six tenths percent or nine dollars fifty cents at fifteen eighty three seventy announce the euro one point one one two nine against the dollar British pound one point three one two zero any and what eight point six two we're watching shares of Illinois are up three percent in early trading it reported quarterly orders that beat expectations as the home builder boosted production of affordable properties which are in short supply in the U. S. also watching for earnings this morning from a Walgreens among others and today we're looking for a report on private key roles at eight fifteen Wall Street time a like three its consumer credit that's a Bloomberg business slash hours Michael bar with more on what's going on around the world Michael president trump tweeted all is well after Iranian missile strikes to Iraqi military bases where US troops are deployed so far there are no reports of any US or Iraqi casualties from either location Iraq says it got verbal notice from Iran prior to its attack according to our ranks prime minister's office around said they will only target US positions before the Iranians strike president trump conceded he will not go after a run to people or cultural sites I like to obey the law but think of it they kill our people they blow up our people that we have to be very gentle with their cultural institutions but I'm okay with that president trump announced he will address the nation later today anti government protesters in Iraq have set fires and close streets in Baghdad during a demonstration against the Iranian missile strike protesters carrying Iraqi flags shouted a run out out before they were dispersed by security forces and Iranian emergency official says the crash has killed all those on board a Ukrainian commercial airliner that took off from Tehran Bloomberg's John Tucker has more in this live report and Michael the Ukraine international airlines plane that crashed minutes after taking off from teh around was a Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred the one hundred seventy six people killed include sixty three Canadians ten Swedish citizens Arabians and you're creating and citizens Iranian officials suspect mechanical issues brought the plane down one Iranian official is quoted as saying of fire was seen in one of the engines the Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred is a very common single Arnold twin engine jetliner use for short to medium range flights introduced.

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"bloomberg" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Twenty nineteen. Thank you for listening for more updates throughout the week including Sunday night campaign edition subscribe to the Point Newsletter Auto at CNN dot com slash. Point if you like this audio briefing you can get on Google home for Amazon Echo or subscribe on Stitcher or Apple podcasts or your favorite Robert podcast APP. So you never miss an episode shop the Omaha steaks black Friday sale and save on delicious and memorable stay gifts. They'll enjoy and share throughout the holiday season right now. podcast listeners can get the favourite gift package for just sixty nine ninety nine. Just go to Omaha steaks DOT COM and type the point in the search bar. You're happy friends and family will open their door to a cooler full of deliciously tender stakes plus premium meet sides in desert. They'll love it when it arrives and think of you. Every time they cook and share their meals Omaha steaks is a fifth generation. American family owned company. That's been handcrafting. Incredible state gifts for one hundred two years every gift package comes with one hundred percent money back guarantee when you order right now during the black Friday sale. Yes right. Now you'll get a six piece. Cutlery set and cutting board added to your gift absolutely free. This exclusive. Free Gift is only available for a limited time. So don't delay take advantage of the Omaha steaks black Friday sale and order the favourite gift package for sixty nine ninety nine just type the point in the search bar at Omaha steaks dot com today..

"bloomberg" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Welcome to the point for November twenty fifth. I'm more in design. Ski Co author of the Point. I'm here to cut through the political spin to bring you the news. You need to know another learn. New York mayor is entering the twenty twenty race this time. It's former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg made it official on Sunday releasing okay video introducing himself to Democratic voters and highlighting his own biography as the advertisement which the video then becomes says he could have you. Just bend the Middle Class Kid but Mike Bloomberg became the guy who did good advertisement also notes his post mayoral work on combating climate change and his reason to run in twenty twenty two defeat. Donald Trump Michael Bloomberg's entrance into this race is similar to fellow new entrant divall Patrick Metric Bloomberg like Patrick had previously considered running and decided against Bloomberg like Patrick became so concerned about Joe. Biden's lackluster stor showing on the campaign trail that he became convinced he too should run but now that Bloomberg is in the race. His campaign will be much Different from Patrick's or anyone else's for that matter. His multibillion dollar net worth gives Bloomberg the ability to skip traditional fundraising situations turns and unlocks unique opportunities to both staff up quickly and advertise significantly speaking of advertising. Bloomberg is kick-starting kickstarting his campaign by dropping. Nearly forty million dollars on television advertising just over the next two weeks. That is a record amount of money that will buy him. Sixty second ad space across some one hundred television markets around the country. It's massive and that type of ADB by is something you simply do not see from other campaigns because they don't have the money to do so Bloomberg is also doing something else completely different from the rest of the field field. He is entirely skipping the early voting states. That's Iowa New Hampshire and Nevada and South Carolina. Instead he's gearing his entire campaign pain launch on the Fifteenth State. That vote on Super Tuesday. No one has ever pulled off such electoral strategy before which brings us us to the point. It's official Michael. Bloomberg is pursuing an unorthodox and completely untested path to the Democratic nomination and that is the point for November Twenty Fifth.

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"bloomberg" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Hi and welcome to climate twenty twenty a podcast about climate change and the two thousand election. I'm David Gilbert the climate media company the years project and my co host. Jeff Nesbit of climate. Nexus is usually here but Today today we managed to reach him in his hotel room. Somewhere in the State of Utah. So where are you so I'm in Sundance right now. I'm in Sunny Sundance. You taught the the resort. Robert Redford founded that also hosts the the Sundance Film Festival. We're here talking about climate change and some other big issues and it's a bit quite right a quite quite an event so Jeff we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA be talking a little bit later. In the show with nathaniel stat of the environmental voter project is a really interesting guy. Who's done a lot of work? In trying to get lacy environmentalists who People care about the environment but don't generally go to the polls is trying to change that and we'll hear your how he's doing it and how it's been going for him but hey let's let's talk about the big news this week. From climate perspective. Twenty twenty presidential race could not a big shakeup very soon former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg billionaire businessman three-time New York City mayor is prepared to enter the Democratic race. It is not it said if Mike runs he would offer a new choice to Democrats built on a unique record running America's biggest city and I think what what levels the playing field for billionaire is that he's doing it from his own money as opposed to some dark money that we don't know where it Michael Bloomberg has decided to enter the presidential race. Well well he hasn't quite decided that yet. I think he's still. He's filed in Alabama and he is now looking at Arkansas's well but I think it's still I mean he's I think he's close close. I think it's he's obviously close but I think it could shake up the race and move special Shake up the climate portion of that race. The two people who spend a great deal of time talking about the climate tissue are the two billionaires in the race. Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg yet Elizabeth Warren talking about it more so as people edge. But I it's just an interesting dynamic And the second thing is Mike Bloomberg has spent a lot of his philanthropy wealth on the climate issue. You know the thing that strikes me about Bloomberg is that more than any other public look figure except maybe Jay inslee this has been on his mind for a long time. I mean back in two thousand eleven. He started to support the Sierra clubs beyond coal campaign which is a very effective campaign altogether. We spent one hundred and ten million dollars in that campaign. And it's you know it's had As you know considerable success in helping to shut down about half of the nation's coal plants and then in June last June He committed a half billion dollars close to a new campaign expanding the beyond coal campaign to beyond carbon. So he's really. This is an issue that that he's cared about for a long time from a political local standpoint. It certainly changes the dynamic. If he does get in he does he pull votes away from Biden Does he increase the the sailing. Say The climate issue the gun violence issue and a couple of others. I I think that's that's what I'm looking at. I'm guessing that because of the problems the Bloomberg had with his stop and Frisk Policy If he does run he's going to have to do something Along the lines of environmental justice to appeal to a lot of the people that he alienated with these stop and Frisk program sipped out together and in silence united against the New York. Police Department's stop and Frisk Policy. which protesters say? I singles out minority groups. I've been targeted a few times already. Like just like hey what are you doing. What are you going on like pooper has had some very negative? The things to say about the green new deal. A lot of elected officials have embraced the idea of a green new deal. Greek green new deal. And that's great. It's become fashionable to do you. So but I think it's time as party that we started putting some meat on the bone laying out exactly how a green new deal shooting. What tired of you're listening to things? That a pie in the sky that we never gonNA pass never going to afford. I think it's disingenuous to promote those things. You've got to do something that's practical when you look at the program that he's advocating with beyond carbon the successor beyond coal. He's talking about a lot of exactly exactly the same goals that the green deal has. If let's say Mike Bloomberg shows up on the debate stage with Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders. Who has been front and center On on the climate issue Throughout this race to sell some it's an Iowa with AFC and others Bernie Sanders talks about a green new. Deal and Sodas Mike Bloomberg. What else is on your mind this week? Another another announcement this week. That she's scare people have to death. Which is the International Energy Association? Just you know said yet. Again Carbon dioxide emissions worldwide are going up. And the reason. Why does that energy consumption is going up in other parts of the world so the lack of US leadership on this issue is is is hurting us all around the world that that is really not good news for all of us who would like to see co two levels start to flatliners come down. And what has said is that the reason reason for that increase in carbon dioxide emissions is because of more energy consumption around the world more coal plants are being built. which let's be real steams crazy to be building new coal plants in other parts of the world? But that's what's happening and There's more energy consumption around the world. That's offsetting less consumption. In countries like the United States states and Europe. I noticed that Iran just discovered announced the discovery of fifty billion barrels of oil so It Ain't GonNa be easy but that's a fair point jeff and I and it's worth keeping in mind that we still have the the ability and the capacity to reduce the projections that the I. E. AS making and we we'll see you next week in a minute or two will be back with Daniels. Dinette.

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05:50 min | 2 years ago

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"This is Bloomberg Bloomberg John Tucker and Peggy On, Bloomberg radio And good daddy Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway says this cash pile has now swelled to an eye popping one hundred. Eleven billion dollars so, the, question arises Peggy what do you do with all that to tell us what you might do with? All that money we have Catherine linski Bloomberg news reporter in. New York cat what could buffet possibly do one hundred and eleven billion. Dollars in cash I think that's the biggest question. On his, mind I mean we've heard over. The past year he's really lamented that like he's idea of buying up companies. Hasn't worked recently prices are. Just too high he can't really, find good attractive large acquisitions at. A reasonable price and so it's. Kind of interesting he actually just, a month ago the berkshires board moved a cap. On stock buybacks so it gives them a little more leeway to possibly pursue that as some way to chip away at. The cash pile so it'll be interesting to see is that sort of. A Patsy takes he's actually resisted this This whole idea. Of a buyback for years even at the annual meetings that you and I both covered he's been asked the question year after year after year why now. Does he seem to be breaking on that issue I think this is the most interesting point right he doesn't. Like capital return to, shareholders, because he argues that he can invest that money better by buying different businesses by putting those money? And stocks but he's actually he's done share buybacks before he. Did a kind of a small one in two thousand twelve and he's. Always had it open as a potential option but. The board, had kept it as they couldn't, pay more than a twenty percent premium over book value so there was sort. Of a little hesitancy on. How much they were willing to, actually pay for sock buybacks but. Now they removed that completely and. I think it sort of is, interesting because yeah he historically has not really light. Share buybacks as an option just because he thinks he can do it better but by removing the cabinet sort of implies. That they might be willing to kind of swoop in in the market. And snap up some Mother stock step back just a bit, but with buybacks yeah you know maybe shareholders like it. But it's also kind of an admission by a company in a way an implicit admission that we don't. Know what to do with it we're not going to invest in our own company and whatever so might as. Well give it back to the. Shareholders and it's to me it sounds like an, admission, of defeat for buffet I think it's it's an interesting admission because he he normally loves to to invest that. Money I mean he loves to buy companies he loves to buy stock and he's as Warren Buffett run out of ideas that might be It's a legitimate, question, now because, the or at least, big ideas ideas and I think that's partially the problem to Berkshire has, grown so huge I mean his companies his railroad his energy businesses. His insurers they're all throwing off so much cash so quickly. And I think it's it's it's been rising I mean. He reached last year the over the one hundred billion dollar Mark and. I think I think it's hard to figure out, how can you do enough deals and enough. Stock purchases, in order to sort of. Actually chip away any of that cash maybe maybe we, should set him up with the mosque The two. Different ancient in their different industries what what else came out of their second quarter earnings at that? Was of interest to you what was a really strong quarter ensures were, up a lot the railroad was up the booming US economy really helped. That I, think is, insurers are, really interesting last, year was, a pretty rough year for that hurricanes hurt those. The auto insurance have been, facing a lot. More risks, in crashes because more people were out on the road driving Geico, has been raising the rates and that helped a lot so they turned an underwriting profit after facing an underwriting lost the year before can we make the assumption from all this. That he's not going to be buying anything anytime soon Not exactly I. Think buffet still loves to sit on the sidelines and I everything that comes by I mean we actually just had a couple months ago he he had looked at taking investing. In Uber I mean I think he's still you know he's out there fishing. For ideas it's just what comes along at what price how how much how has he looked internationally Not much so we know that he's like a German company a little bit ago. And it's not to say that he wouldn't look internationally, but a lot of his company's focus has. Been? Domestic for. So long I think that's sort of place to his, idea of focus on what you. Know he's, for a long time always emphasized that he. Doesn't wanna get into markets where he doesn't really. Understand exactly, the risks and the, benefits in, that area house the Stockman doing. Berkshire stock has been doing quite well which? Is actually sort of the tension here right He reported such strong second-quarter results that the stock. Price popped on Monday and. It's hard to tell is that too expensive for Buffett and Munger they didn't really hint at what price they'd be willing to repurchase. Their own shares so we'll have to see I mean, you know is Berkshire stock cheap enough for them When you repurchase shares what you normally happens to Asaf brace is there is there a predictability to that does it usually go up or down. It would, normally go up a little bit so as he kind of cuts. Back on the shares outstanding. It helps raise the. Prices. A little. Bit which is. Also a tricky thing for them to rape shareholders pointed out that, it might be hard for. Them to buy. Too much stock without really affecting the price and again making it too expensive to buy back more by back or not we'll see where this goes thank you so much cat thanks guys that's catching linski Bloomberg news reporter in. New York and.

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