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"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Texas A and M San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University, six flags Fiesta, Texas, Seaworld, San Antonio, a TNT center, Rolling Oaks Mall and the Leon Valley Community Center. One case of water per household per day will be available between 8 A.m. and 5 P.m.. And then make protocols will be in place. Homebound seniors who need water can also receive some help from the city. All the Brits ruled at last night's Golden Globes. Crown was the night's biggest winner, with four wards at NBC's Golden Globes grabbing best TV. Syriza's well is top Naz for the acting categories. Thank you so much to die on that you have taught me compassion and empathy beyond any measure that I could ever imagine where Emma Corrine as Princess Diana and Joshua Connor is Prince Charming soul, Grab the Globe for animated feature and soundtrack Welsh It's Greek to come, too, including best comedy. The Queen's Gambit also notched two awards well, Minori one foreign language film. In the late Chadwick Boseman won for best actor. The film Borat was the night's comedy winner. While Nomad Land was the drama pick. Online Work clubs were helping Homebound workers Stay productive. Jeff Bellenger, a Bloomberg has this and focus report, There are new productivity's tools on the Internet for at home workers who need the motivation they used to find. The office dramatically expanded their offering in the past year. Bloomberg senior editor Brett Vegan says the club's can keep members on track. Sickly. What they provide for is accountability. There are membership fees, but the help can be had at an affordable price. Focus made cost $5 a month. It pairs you with a random person would tell this person what you need to accomplish, and then you check in at the end on your progress. A club called Cave Day charges $40 a month for members to attend virtual deep work sessions. For $49 a month. Ultra working uses spreadsheets to help members plan and adjust schedules. Even executives have said they benefited from joining a club. Anyone who feels like they don't have the structure to the day that they used to have. This could be really, really helpful. I'm.

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Woods tweeted to every golfer and every fan, you are truly helping me get through this tough time. Online word clubs. Air helping homebound workers Stay productive. Jeff Bellenger a. Bloomberg Has this in focus report. There are new productivity's tools on the Internet for at home workers who need the motivation they used to find. The office dramatically expanded their offering in the past year. Bloomberg senior editor Brett Vegan says the club's can keep members on track. Basically, what they provide for is accountability. There are membership fees, but the help can be had that enough. Suitable price focused, made cost $5 a month. It pairs you with a random person. You tell this person what you need to accomplish, and then you check in at the end on your progress. A club called Cave Day charges $40 a month for members to attend virtual deep work sessions for $49 a month. Ultra working, uses spreadsheets to help members plan and adjust schedules. Even executives have said they benefited from joining a club. Anyone who feels like they don't have the structure to the day that He used to have. This could be really, really helpful. I'm Jeff Hullinger Bloomberg business for Use Radio 1200 w O a. I get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 w Away I an I Heart radio I'm charity McCurdy news Radio 1200 W away I a check of your traffic and weather together coming up after this. Did you know that in just 10 days, you could be 16% happier. Seriously. Whatever your situation, head space has science backed meditations to help you feel better Head space is your daily dose of mindfulness through guided meditations conveniently available in an easy to use app, And they're one of the only meditation APS advancing the field of mindfulness and meditation through clinically validated research. Headspace is approach to mindfulness can help you reduce stress, sleep soundly, boost focus and increase your overall sense of well being. Headspace is backed by 25 published studies on its.

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Looks like we are clear and 50 degrees Coco News time is 8 53 Time for news about your money Brought to you by bay alarm If your security is not the best You are not secure. Something is off. So we had to. The Bloomberg News Desk and Tracy Junkie Julie CEO Summit sing among the Bloomberg 50 people who defined 2020. When covert 19 lockdowns hit last spring to, he added millions of pet owning customers almost overnight. Brett Vegan Bloomberg Business Week senior editor, people who would Normally go and shop at their local pet store didn't want to be going into two shops of the shots for clothes. The pandemic also snapped some of to ease supply and delivery chains for a time. But when new customers complained of shortages and late deliveries are loyal customers jumped in to the rescue of the brand summit. Singh says the established to a community asked the newcomers to give the company a break. And that was just awesome to see chewy regrouped. The company is projecting more than 40% revenue growth for this fiscal Year. Now the question is, really can they retain these customers that they've won over summit, saying the CEO of Chewy and one of the Bloomberg 50 I'm tracing junkie Bloomberg radio. Well, as we say goodbye to 2020 we have a look at the celebrities who passed away. Alex Trebek, Chadwick Boseman, Regis Philbin and Kobe Bryant are among the stars. We lost. In 2020. Bryant passed away in January and helicopter crash with his 13 year old daughter, Gina. We also lost, Please Nyx Rivera's Anybody go ahead into sand and country music legend Charlie Pride. Dawn Wells recently passed, as did David Lander, who was known for his role as squeaky in the seventies sitcom Laverne and Shirley. After Sean Connery passed away at the age of 90 in October after a long illness and the music world, lost Helen Reddy and Back David and Eddie Van Halen. That's.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"2020 at the Oscars. His movie Paris site became the first non English language film to win best picture. And bond became the first South Korean toe win best director. Parasite really just destroyed commercial expectations. It had an $11 billion budget, and it took in $260 million Bloomberg Business Week. Editor Brett Vegan notes. Bon used the film's success to remind American audiences that if they're willing to overcome the one inch tall barrier of subtitles, and you're going to be introduced to so many more amazing movies, and he's right in his acceptance speech after winning best director bond record now Is one of his own favorite directors. Martin Scorsese, whom Bond beat to win the category. When I was in school I studied Martin Scorsese's films just to be nominated was a huge honor. I never thought I would win Long Joon Ho, one of the Bloomberg 50 Alisa Parenti Bloomberg Radio. People who work for minimum wage in 20 states are getting a raise. Today. The minimum wage also is going up in 32 cities and counties, many in California, the National Employment Law Project reports. Workers in about half of those communities will see their pay rise to $15 an hour, even a number of states with historically low minimum, such as Florida. And Virginia are substantially raising their minimum wage this year of possibly moving toward $15 an hour over the next five years. State inspectors say they're waiting for test results on bacteria on four Asian bugs found in a tree on a property in Fallbrook. The bacteria can cause a plant disease, which is deadly to sit just trees and there's no cure. The disease is a major threat to San Diego's $150 million annual Citrus crop. At this time, the disease has not been detected in Citrus trees in the county. If the test results come back positive for the disease of five mile quarantine along the property in Fallbrook will be established. Maryland Haider KOGO news All the nation's top infectious disease expert says the U. S. Is playing catch up when it comes to its covert 19 vaccination schedule, Dr Anthony Fauci says there will always be hiccups when it comes to vaccinating an entire country. But he believes the U. S will catch up in the first week of January. It will catch up quickly with that 20 million dose in the arms projection. That we had. And as we get into the middle of January, February and March, we will be on the target. Even though the country is behind. Fauci is optimistic for the new year and says it will hopefully be a time for the country to finally put the pandemic behind us. Any passengers who want to fly to Canada. We'll have to test negative for the coronavirus. First. The government says they're working to implement the requirement as soon as possible. It will only be for AARP ass singers and even if they test negative before getting on the flight, any passengers from foreign nations will have to quarantine for 14 days. Those who break quarantine could be jailed for six months or find nearly $600. Colorado dealing with a double double corona virus outbreak More than 120 in and out workers are infected..

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"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio. New Hampshire woman has been arrested and charged with threatening a Michigan election official Caitlin Jones is accused of sending the chair of Wayne County's board of Canvassers on explicit and violent photos, calling her a terrorist and threatening her 12 year old daughter. The chair Monica Palmer says she started receiving these threats after voting against certifying Wayne County's election results. Back in November. Palmer says she's still afraid over a possible bigger threat out there don't know that she's not working with people locally. I don't know that there's not anybody else connected. I don't know what I don't know. Authorities were able to tie Jones to a phone number in several social media accounts. After the arrest, Jones admitted to sending the messages, saying she was angry A Palmer for what she called interfering with the election. New strains of covert discovered in the UK and in response, people traveling from the UK into the U. S will now have to produce a negative covert test. Here's Mark Mayfield. The new CDC rule comes as a new, more contagious strain of covert 19 spreads across Britain. The test must be taken within three days of a traveler's flight. States had called for federal authorities to take action over concerns that the new variant could start spreading here. So far, Health officials say the vaccines being distributed should work against this new strain. By Mark Mayfield. One Honolulu company racing against the clock to get their rapid covert 19 saliva test approved by the Feds. Oceanic says they're working to complete clinical trials and submit the test for the FT to the FDA for emergency use authorization by the end of the month. The test, which is called a sure 19 produces results minutes after someone spits into a small cup. CEO believes they'll have to manufacture test kits outside of Hawaii after the state said no to a request for $10 million in exchange for 400,000 test kits. It is 708 time for Bloomberg business coming up at 7 15. How one local man local man is helping those in need. This holiday. Space X is Gwynne Shotwell, one of the Bloomberg 50. People who defined 2020. Shotwell was one of the first employees of Elon Musk Space Exploration Technologies Corp after more than a decade of overseeing, day to day operations and growth shall well was at the helm when the company made history. Last spring Space six became the first private company to send American astronauts into space. Bloomberg Business Week editor Brett Vegan notes that remarkable launch from the Kennedy Space Center in May was followed by a safe return of the astronauts. They splashed down on August 2nd in the Gulf of Mexico. Shotwell called the successful mission on Lee the beginning. Their plan is to bring people regularly to and from what we call low earth orbit and onto the moon and then ultimately on to Mars, at some point in the future, Gwynne Shotwell of Space X one of.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Woman has been arrested and charged with threatening AH Michigan election official Kaylen Jones is accused of sending the chair of Wayne County's board of Canvassers, explicit and violent photos, calling her a terrorist and threatening her 12 year old daughter. Chair Monica Palmer says she started receiving the threats. After initially voting against certifying Wayne County's election results on November 17th Palmer says she's She's still afraid over a bigger threat out there. Authorities may not have caught yet. Don't know that she's not working with people locally. I don't know that there's not anybody else connected. I don't know what I don't know. Authorities were able to tie Jones to a phone number and several social media accounts. After being arrested. Jones admitted to sending the messages, saying she was angry at Palmer for what she called interfering with the election. On Ohio Police chief says one of his officers should be fired after this week's fatal shooting of a black man. ABC is Brian Clark has the details. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan joined the city's mayor and calling for the firing of police officer Adam Coy, who fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man early Tuesday. We haven't officer who violated his oath to comply with the rules and policies of the Columbus Division of Police, he says. Those failures include coin, not rendering aid to Hill. They're not turning on his body camera. There'll be a hearing Monday with the city's public safety director, Civil rights and family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday discrimination and police brutality Doesn't even take a break. Christmas. Brian Clark ABC News One Honolulu company is racing against the clock to get their rapid covert 19 saliva test approved by the Feds. Oceanic says they're working to complete clinical trials and submit the test to the FDA for emergency use authorization by the end of the month. The test, which is called a sure 19 produces results minutes after someone spits into a cup. CEO believes they'll have to manufacture test kids outside of Hawaii after the state said no to her request for $10 million and Exchange for 400,000 tests. The governors of four New England states offering Christmas greetings and pleas for people to celebrate with just their households Governor Charlie Baker joining Maine's governor, Janet Mills, Kristen Nunu of New Hampshire and Phil Scott of Vermont and recording a video message that was post to social media the ass residents to mask out and reconsider traditional holiday gatherings. Meanwhile, state police say five people demonstrating or demanding better covert 19 protections for state prison inmates were arrested outside Rhode Island Governor General Eamonn does home on Wednesday night. Here in Boston. A man has died after a stabbing in East E last night. Police say it happened at around nine near the maverick T stop. The victim was taken to the hospital where he died of his injuries. No word yet on any arrests or the victim's name. Right now, it is 508. We go to Bloomberg Business. So vaccine chasers among the Bloomberg 50 People who defined 2020 Researchers from around the world have been working for the past year on more than 200 potential vaccines to Fight Cove in 19. But Bloomberg Business Week senior editor Brett Vegan says five in particular made key contributions to various vaccines in the pipeline, a small handful of researchers so we thought were really leading the charge among them. The CEO of Bye on Tech, a Chinese army general at a researcher from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, begin says they've done what has never been done compressed the time from outbreak to vaccination toe less.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"P address to and several media social media accounts to the suspect Jones upon her arrest on Wednesday, Jones admitted to sending the threatening messages, saying she was very livid at Palmer for what she called interfering with the election. Quincy police are investigating a crash that happened at a stop and shop parking lot. Officers helped to lift a car off a woman after driver struck two pedestrians. This all happened around 9 30 yesterday morning. Both victims Jacqueline Massa and Paul Corrigan or hospitalized with serious injuries, including broken ribs. Meanwhile, the driver of the car Ruth BNM, how was also taken to the hospital and according to a witness, that driver allegedly hit the man, then backed up and ran over the woman. The incident was captured on surveillance and is now being closely reviewed. It's nine a weight over now to Wall Street and Bloomberg business of Vaccine chasers among the Bloomberg 50. People who define 2020. Researchers from around the world have been working for the past year on more than 200 potential vaccines to fight Cove in 19. But Bloomberg Business Week senior editor Brett Vegan says five in particular made key contributions to various vaccines in the pipeline, a small handful of researchers so we thought were really leading the charge among them the CEO of by on Tech These army general and a researcher from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, begin says they've done what has never been done compressed the time from outbreak to vaccination toe less than a year. No vaccine has has ever been developed. An approved in less than four years. They had to identify the virus is genetic sequence designed new technologies, then test the results. The speed of this is just really unprecedented. The vaccine chasers among the Bloomberg 50. I'm John Doniger Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. It's.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 10 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"38 working from home Still for so many. I was back at the office. And this week we've got a special edition of lumber Business Week We reveal the 2020 Bloomberg 50 list. Now Cove it a reckoning on race and a U. S election made compiling the fourth annual Bloomberg 50 easier in some ways as many people are doing notable things. But harder and others because again, many people were doing notable things. So many people standing out in this remarkable and very challenging year with that in mind coming up this hour, we'll find out how that list of 50 was compiled. And they were going to take you to our virtual reveal celebration of these individuals held this week at Bloomberg headquarters in New York City, and that included a conversation with an alum of last year's B 50 List. Chipotle Mexican Grill Chairman and C E O Bryan Nickel. Plus managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Kristalina Gordy Ava, a champion of relief during the pandemic. We begin now this hour with how the Bloomberg 50 comes together for that we had to check in with the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list. Brett Vegan. Basically what happens is in the summer. So somewhere early on in the second, I guess in the spring, I'd say early on In the second quarter, I started getting annoying emails to a lot of reporters, hundreds and hundreds of reporters. Basically around the world, saying, you know who in your area of coverage is really standing out. And do we think that that person or that group is going to be standing out? Come December. It's It's sort of a hard calculation. In a normal year, then throw Cove it and an election and everything else on top of it. That's right. Yeah, it's a miracle. We got 2 50 Carol, you did get fucked, and it's an amazing list. I think it's really representative of the type of year we had talked about the categories, right? You have business. You have politics. You do break it down. Yeah, we break it down into five categories, So we have business. As you said, politics, entertainment finance and then science and technology. We kind of lump together until one category. That was a big one this year, and there's one name that, no doubt about it. I bet from the get go. You're like, Yeah, he's gonna be on this list. You know, I'm talking. I think you're talking about Dr Fauci. Yes, I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, there are certain people every year that are Sort of no brainers for this list on guard. He seemed like one of them. And, um, you know, in any given year, there's always like one or two people who you think, although they'll definitely wind up on the list, But this year we're we're pretty certain about that. Um, So yeah, he's on the list. He talked us. You know, there's 50 and trees and we do have longer in the magazine to longer profile features on 10 of them. He was one of them. Hey, spoke with our Michelle fake court says she was our internal. One of our internal go to voices constantly on Cove. It That's right. That's right, And he talked to her. We tried so in a normal year. Also, we do a lot of these interviews, maybe in early November, and we kind of have a nice easy Landing when it comes to our deadlines, But because of the election this year as well on top of co vid we one of these interviews to be as fresh as possible, so she talked him really recently politics. Let's go there. I mean, what a year so crazy. Um, we do have a president elect, but we still have a president, at least as of this recording who still fighting the election outcome. Politics. How did you guys approach it? In terms of who you thought were some of the standout voices and It had to be on this list. Yeah, I mean, we take a pretty expansive view of what we consider politics. So we have everyone from actually the chief justice on this list. John Roberts, who in the session that ended in July was in majority 97% of the time, which is the most he's ever been in the majority. Surprising, right? Yes, surprising. Obviously, things are about to change with Amy Kuney barrettes arrival. Um, we also looked to the founders Black lives matter. We actually interviewed all three of them. Rebecca Greenfield talked to the three of them for their take on, you know, a year in which we saw upwards, depending on the estimate of 26 million people taking part in Black lives matter protests So we talked to them and we also did an interview with and I'm I'm going to do my best with his name is Svetlana, said Conoce. Kaya. I've been I've been working on that one co so she is the opposition leader who is currently in Lithuania fighting against Lukashenko in Belarus. And she's got a fascinating story basically was, you know, stay at home. Mom and her husband was sort of running and then lo and behold, that she finds herself basically having to sub in for him. And saying, OK, well, I'll do it. And then more and more people start coming to her rallies. Upwards of 60,000. People come to hear her speak, and now she is the principal opposition figure in Belarus so that we're really politics. We go all over for that and some great contributions Also from the Mideast and from Africa this year really was a political year like no other, not just in the U. S. But globally, um Business. I'm gonna highlight one because we talked about him and his companies so much on air. John Foley Appel, a con like it was one of the stay at home work from home. Winners. Yeah, I mean, I actually just went on to see how long it might take to get a bike and they're now upwards of four. I think they were saying 48 weeks for like, so they've had some, You know, supplies I chain issues, but he's a great example. Of a business that on you know, maybe on March 1st. They're doing well. They're happy with how things are going in by April. 1st. It's like, Well, you know what's happened here? And how do we? How do we profit from this? And how do we not only look to the current moment, but what we do when this, you know not gonna What, hopefully end soon and people can return to their normal lives like how do we continue that growth? So the story of pallet on this year is is pretty fascinating. It's funny in a year where we couldn't see a lot of sports, their arm or more people from sports on this list than ever before, And that's because yeah, this kind of world but that's because in this absence basically, a lot of them decided to become really proactive, too. Either help with Cove it or the fight for racial justice that was features editor and the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list Bread Big and check out the cover story on B 50 all the write ups on each member of the list in this week's issue of the magazine. It's online on newsstands and on the Bloomberg coming up Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill Man They are up around 420% since he was named CEO. We will check in with the Chipotle, a CEO Brian Nickel as we continue our special coverage of the B 50. That's next on.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 10 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week. 38 working from home Still for so many. I was back at the office. And this week we've got a special edition of lumber Business Week We reveal the 2020 Bloomberg 50 list. Covert, a reckoning on race and a U. S election made compiling the fourth annual Bloomberg 50 easier in some ways, as many people are doing notable things but harder and others because again, many people were doing notable things. So many people standing out in this remarkable and very challenging year with that in mind coming up this hour, we'll find out how that list of 50 was compiled. And then we're going to take you to our virtual reveal celebration of these individuals held this week at Bloomberg headquarters in New York City, and that included a conversation with an alum of last year's B 50 list. Chipotle Mexican Grill Chairman and CEO Brian Nichols. Plus managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Kristalina Gordy Ava, a champion of relief during the pandemic. We begin now this hour with how the Bloomberg 50 comes together for that we had to check in with the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list. Brett Vegan. Basically what happens is in the summer. So somewhere early on in the second Well, I guess in the spring and say early on In the second quarter, I started getting annoying emails to a lot of reporters, hundreds and hundreds of reporters. Basically around the world, saying, you know who in your area of coverage is really standing out. And do we think that that person or that group is going to be standing out? Come December. It's It's sort of a hard calculation. In a normal year. Um, Cove it and an election and everything else on top of it. That's right. Yeah, it's a miracle. We got 2 50 Carol, you did get fucked, and it's an amazing list. I think it's really representative of the type of year we had talked about the categories, right? You have business. You have politics. You do break it down. Yeah, we break it down into five categories, So we have business. As you said, politics, entertainment finance and then science and technology. We kind of lump together until one category. That was a big one this year, and there's one name that, no doubt about it. I bet from the get go. You're like, Yeah, he's gonna be on this list. You know who I'm talking? I think you're talking about Dr Fauci. Yes, I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, there are certain people every year that are Sort of no brainers for this list on bond. He seemed like one of them. And, um, you know, in any given year, there's always like one or two people who you think, although they'll definitely wind up on the list, But this year we're we're pretty certain about that. Um, So yeah, he's on the list. He talked us. You know, there's 50 entries, and we do some longer in the magazines. You longer profile features on 10 of them. He was one of them. Hey, spoke with our Michelle fake Cortez. Um, she was our internal. One of our internal go to voices constantly on Cove. It That's right. That's right, And he talked to her. We tried so in a normal year. Also, we do a lot of these interviews maybe in early November, and we kind of have a nice, easy landing when it comes to our deadlines, But because of the election this year as well on top of co vid We wanted these interviews to be as fresh as possible. So she talked him really recently politics. Let's go there. I mean, what a year so crazy. We do have a president elect, but we still have a president, at least as of this recording who still fighting the election outcome. Politics? How did you guys approach it? In terms of who you thought were some of the standout voices and It had to be on this list. Yeah, I mean, we take a pretty expansive view of what we consider politics. So we have everyone from actually the chief justice on this list. John Roberts, who in the session that ended in July was in majority 97% of the time, which is the most he's ever been in the majority. Surprising, Yes, surprising. Obviously, things are about the change with Amy County barrettes arrival. Um we also looked to the founders of Black lives matter. We actually interviewed all three of them. Rebecca Greenfield talked to the three of them for their take on, you know, a year in which we saw upwards, depending on the estimate of 26 million people taking part in Black lives matter protests So we talked to them and we also did an interview with and I'm going to do my best with his name is Svetlana, said Kanis. Kaya. I've been I've been working on that one co so she is the opposition leader who is currently in Lithuania fighting against Lukashenko in Belarus. And she's got a fascinating story basically was, you know, stayed home. Mom and her husband was sort of running and then lo and behold, that she finds herself basically having to sub in for him. And saying, OK, well, I'll do it. And then more and more people start coming to her rallies. Upwards of 60,000. People come to hear her speak, and now she is the principal opposition figure in Belarus so that we're really politics. We go all over for that and some great contributions also from the Mideast and from Africa this year really was a political year like no other, not just in the U. S. But globally. Business. I'm gonna highlight one cause we talked about him and his companies so much on air. John Foley, appellate con like it was one of the stay at home work from home. Winners. Yeah, I mean, I actually just went on to see how long it might take to get a bike and they're now upwards of four. I think that was saying 48 weeks for like, So they've had some, You know, supplies I chain issues, but he's a great example. Of a business that on you know, maybe on March 1st. They're doing well. They're happy with how things are going in by April. 1st. It's like, Well, you know what's happened here? And how do we? How did we profit from this? And how do we not only look to the current moment, but what we do when this you know not going, What, hopefully end soon and people can return to their normal lives like how do we continue that growth? So the story of pallet on this year is is pretty fascinating. It's funny in a year where we couldn't see a lot of sports, their arm or more people from sports on this list than ever before, And that's because yeah, this kind of world but that's because in this absence basically, a lot of them decided to become really proactive, too. Either help with Cove it or the fight for racial justice that was features editor and the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list Bread Big and check out the cover story on B 50 all the write ups on each member of the list in this week's issue of the magazine. It's online on newsstands and on the Bloomberg coming up Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill Man They are up around 420% since he was named CEO. We will check in with the Chipotle, a CEO Brian Nickel as we continue our special coverage of the B 50. That's next on.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And C E O Bryan Nickel. Plus managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Kristalina Gordy Ava, a champion of relief during the pandemic, We begin now this hour with how the Bluebird 50 comes together for that we had to check in with the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list. Brett Vegan. Basically what happens is in the summer. So somewhere early on in the second Well, I guess in the spring, I'd say early on In the second quarter, I started getting annoying emails to a lot of reporters, hundreds and hundreds of reporters. Basically around the world, saying, you know who in your area of coverage is really standing out. And do we think that that person or that group is going to be standing out? Come December. It's It's sort of a hard calculation. In a normal year, then throw Cove it and an election and everything else on top of it. That's right. Yeah, it's a miracle. We got 2 50 Carol, you did get infected, and it's an amazing list. I think it's really representative of the type of year we had talked about the categories, right? You have business. You have politics. You do break it down. Yeah, we break it down into five categories. So we have business as you said. Politics, entertainment finance and then science and technology. We kind of lump together until one category. That was a big one this year, and there's one name that, no doubt about it. I bet from the get go. You're like, Yeah, he's gonna be on this list. You know, I'm talking. I think you're talking about Dr Fauci. Yes, I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, there are certain people every year that are Sort of no brainers for this list on bond. He seemed like one of them. And, um, you know, in any given year, there's always like one or two people who you think, although they'll definitely wind up on the list, But this year we're we're pretty certain about that. Um, So yeah, he's on the list. He talked us. You know, there's 50 entries and we do have longer in the magazines. You longer profile features on 10 of them. He was one of them. Hey, spoke with our Michelle fake Cortez. Um, she was our internal. One of our internal go to voices constantly on Cove. It That's right. That's right. And he talked to her. We tried so in a normal year. Also, we do a lot of these interviews, maybe in early November, and we kind of have a nice easy. Landing when it comes to our deadlines, But because of the election this year as well on top of co vid we one of these interviews to be as fresh as possible, so she talked him really recently politics. Let's go there. I mean, what a year so crazy. Um, we do have a president elect, but we still have a president, at least as of this recording who still fighting the election outcome. Politics. How did you guys approach it? In terms of who you thought were some of the standout voices and It had to be on this list. Yeah, I mean, we take a pretty expansive view of what we consider politics. So we have everyone from actually the chief justice on this list. John Roberts, who in the session that ended in July was in majority 97% of the time, which is the most he's ever been in the majority. Surprising, right? Yes, surprising. Obviously, things are about to change with Amy Kuney barrettes arrival. Um, we also looked to the founders Black lives matter. We actually interviewed all three of them. Rebecca Greenfield talked to the three of them for their take on, you know, a year in which we saw upwards, depending on the estimate of 26 million people taking part in Black lives matter Protests, So we talked to them and we also did an interview with and I'm going to do my best with his name is Svetlana, said Conoce. Kaya. I've been I've been working on that one cow. So she is the opposition leader who is currently in Lithuania, fighting against Lukashenko in Belarus, and she's got a fascinating story basically was You know, stayed home. Mom and her husband was sort of running and then lo and behold, that she finds herself basically having to sub in for him. And saying, OK, well, I'll do it. And then more and more people start coming to her rallies. Upwards of 60,000. People come to hear her speak, and now she is the principal opposition figure in Belarus so that we're really politics. We go all over for that and some great contributions also from the Mideast and from Africa this year really was a political year like no other, not just in the U. S. But globally. Business. I'm gonna highlight one cause we talked about him and his companies so much on air. John Foley Appel, a con like it was one of the stay at home work from home. Winners. Yeah, I mean, I actually just went on to see how long it might take to get a bike and they're now upwards of four. I think that was saying 48 weeks for like, so they've had some, you know, supply chain issues, but he's a great example of a business that You know, maybe on March 1st. They're doing well. They're happy with how things are going in by April. 1st. It's like, well, you know what's happened here? And how do we? How did we profit from this? And how do we not only look to the current moment, but what we do when this you know not going would hopefully end soon and people can return to their normal lives like how do we continue that growth? So the story of pallet on this year is is pretty fascinating. It's funny in a year where we couldn't see a lot of sports, their arm or more people from sports on this list than ever before, And that's because yeah, this kind of world but that's because in this absence basically, a lot of them decided to become really proactive, too. Either help with Cove it or the fight for racial justice that was features editor and the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list Bread Big and check out the cover story on B 50 all the write ups on each member of the list in this week's issue of the magazine. It's online on newsstands and on the Bloomberg coming up Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill Man They are up around 420% since he was named CEO. We will check in with the Chipotle, a CEO Brian Nickel as we continue our special coverage of the B 50. That's next on Bloomberg.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"38 working from home Still for so many. I was back at the office. And this week we've got a special edition of lumber Business Week We reveal the 2020 Bloomberg 50 list. Now Cove it a reckoning on race and a U. S election made compiling the fourth annual Bloomberg 50 easier in some ways as many people are doing notable things. Harder and others because again, many people were doing notable things. So many people standing out in this remarkable and very challenging year with that in mind coming up this hour, we'll find out how that list of 50 was compiled. And they were going to take you to our virtual reveal celebration of these individuals held this week at Bloomberg headquarters in New York City, and that included a conversation with an alum of last year's B 50 list. Chipotle Mexican Grill Chairman and CEO Brian Nichols. Plus managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Kristalina Gordy Ava, a champion of relief during the pandemic, We begin now this hour with how the Bluebird 50 comes together for that we had to check in with the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list. Brett Vegan. Basically what happens is in the summer. So somewhere early on in the second, I guess in the spring, I'd say early on In the second quarter, I started getting annoying emails to a lot of reporters, hundreds and hundreds of reporters. Basically around the world, saying, you know who in your area of coverage is really standing out. And do we think that that person or that group is going to be standing out? Come December. It's It's sort of a hard calculation. In a normal year, but then throw Cove it and an election and everything else on top of it. That's right. Yeah, it's a miracle. We got 2 50 Carol, you did get to 50. And it's an amazing list. I think it's really representative of the type of year we had talked about the categories, right? You have business. You have politics. You do. Break it down. Yeah, we break it down into five categories, So I have business. As you said, politics, entertainment finance and then science and technology. We kind of lump together until one category. That was a big one this year, and there's one name that, no doubt about it. I bet from the get go. You're like, Yeah, he's gonna be on this list. You know who I'm talking? I think you're talking about Dr Fauci. Yes, I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, there are certain people every year that are Sort of no brainers for this list on guard. He seemed like one of them. And, um, you know, in any given year, there's always like one or two people who you think, although they'll definitely wind up on the list, But this year we're we're pretty certain about that. Um, So yeah, he's on the list. He talked us. You know, there's 50 entries, and we do have longer in the magazine to longer profile features on 10 of them. He was one of them. Hey, spoke with our Michelle fake Cortez. Um, she was our internal. One of our internal go to voices constantly on Cove. It That's right. That's right, And he talked to her. We tried so in a normal year. Also, we do a lot of these interviews maybe in early November, and we kind of have a nice, easy landing when it comes to our deadlines, But because of the election this year as well on top of co vid We wanted these interviews to be as fresh as possible. So she talked him really recently politics. Let's go there. I mean, what a year so crazy. We do have a president elect, but we still have a president, at least as of this recording who still fighting the election outcome. Politics? How did you guys approach it? In terms of who you thought were some of the standout voices and It had to be on this list. Yeah, I mean, we take a pretty expansive view of will be considered politics, So we have everyone from actually the chief justice on this list. John Roberts, who in the session that ended in July was in majority 97% of the time, which is the most he's ever been in the majority. Surprising, right? Yes, surprising. Obviously, things are about the change with Amy Kuney barrettes arrival. Um, we also looked to the founders Black lives matter. We actually interviewed all three of them. Rebecca Greenfield talked to the three of them for their take on, you know, a year in which we saw upwards, depending on the estimate of 26 million people taking part in Black lives matter Protests, So we talked to them and we also did an interview with and I'm going to do my best with his name is Svetlana, said Conoce. Kaya. I've been I've been working on that one girl. So she is the opposition leader who is currently in Lithuania, fighting against Lukashenko in Belarus, and she's got a fascinating story basically was You know, stayed home. Mom and her husband was sort of running and then Lo and behold, that's she finds herself basically having to sub in for him. And saying, OK, well, I'll do it. And then more and more people start coming to her rallies. Upwards of 60,000. People come to hear her speak, and now she is the principal opposition figure in Belarus so that we're really politics. We go all over for that and some great contributions Also from the Mideast and from Africa this year really was a political year like no other, not just in the U. S. But globally, um Business. I'm gonna highlight one cause we talked about him and his companies so much on air. John Foley Appel, a con like it was one of the stay at home work from home. Winners. Yeah, I mean, I actually just went on to see how long it might take to get a bike and they're now upwards of four. I think that was saying 48 weeks for like, so they've had some, You know, supplies I chain issues, but he's a great example of a business that You know, maybe on March 1st. They're doing well. They're happy with how things are going in by April. 1st. It's like, Wow. You know what's happened here? And how do we How do we profit from this? And how do we not only look to the current moment, but what we do when this, you know, not gonna would hopefully end soon, and people can return to their normal lives like how do we continue that growth, So the story of pallet on this year is pretty fascinating. It's funny in a year where we couldn't see a lot of sports, their arm or more people from sports on this list than ever before, And that's because, yeah, this kind of world, but that's because in this absence, basically a lot of them decided to become really proactive to either help with Cove it or the fight for racial justice that was features editor and the editor in charge of pulling together the B 50 list Bread Big and check out the cover story on B 50 all the write ups. On each member of the list in this week's issue of the magazine. It's online on newsstands and on the Bloomberg coming up Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill Man They are up around 420% since he was named CEO. We will check in with the Chipotle, a CEO Brian Nickel as we continue our special coverage of the B 50. That's next on Bloomberg Business Week..

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"brett vegan" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on NFL Live

"Parties and the teams appear to be in a great spot with drew. Lock is things are getting going. Oh there she is. You see the excitement. I'm in the front office. It seems is up on stage right now. Voiced that Lombardi trophy as the speeches are going to begin. Let's take a listen in now. All Right Chaves Kingdom. How does it feel to be world champions? It's amazing to see all of Kansas City here this afternoon. That parade is something I will never forget to share. Enjoyed together was one of the highlights of my life at our first meeting as a team at training camp in Saint Joe. This year I talked to the team of our goals is started with going back to the AFC championship game and winning that trophy. That has my dad's name on it and we brought it home home after that. I told them that we were going to Miami and we were going to win another Lombardi trophy and bring it back to Kansas City and guess what chiefs kingdom we brought it home. Aw All year. Long people spoke of the chiefs as a team of destiny. Fifty Years After our first Super Bowl win the sixtieth fifth anniversary of the founding of the American football league the hundred season of the NFL. Well that may be true. What set this group apart is how they came together as a team? These men believed in each other they had each other's back most of all they played for each other. That's that's the definition of a championship team and in the end. They did prove that they were a team of destiny. I'm so glad that we have so many of our great from the Super Bowl. Fourteen here with us today. To celebrate fifty years ago go. After the chiefs defeated. The vikings thirteen of those players had to tin the AFL all-star game and did not have an opportunity to ride in the parade. Nine of those men are still with us and all of them were invited to ride in the pray today. We're excited to have them here with us and to celebrate this new group champions. Let's give the super bowl four team around of applause. None of this is possible with an outstanding team of people coming together for a common goal as as I said during our trophy presentation Sunday. Our family is blessed to work with such a great team of people led by Mark Donovan Brett Right. Vh and Andy Reid. A lot of people believe this journey started seven years ago with the hiring of Andy Reid but it really started before that when Mark Donovan joined our organization. Mark has been the steady force that has helped make the chiefs a model franchise in the National Football League. He was instrumental in bringing Andy Reid and intern Brett to Kansas City. And he has done a phenomenal job. Bob Preparing US for success. Let's give it up for more. Just as mark has done an outstanding job on the business side Brett Vegan help build a world championship team. He was the driving force in acquiring some of the big time leaders and playmakers on her Rosser is like Anthony Hitchens Damian Williams Frank Clark tyronn Aaron Matthew. Oh some kid from East Texas named Patrick Mahomes. Let's give it up for in. The last part of the leadership team is the guy we call big red over the last seven seasons seasons. Andy Reid has made the chiefs one of the best teams in football and I can't say enough about him both as a coach and more importantly only as a person he's a man of integrity a tremendous teacher a first ballot hall of fame coats and after Sunday. Big Red did is a world champion. Let's give it up for Andy Reid.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is one of the Bloomberg fifty people who defines two thousand nineteen will laws was nineteen years old and living with his sister when he released the first version of old town road it quickly climbs the charts in the ranks to riches story worthy of a country song or would it be a hit pop song is in the Billboard removes the song from its hot country charts and triggered protests and debates over to say what a country song as Bloomberg fifty editor Brett vegan says the debate cemented old town road hit status top the Billboard hot one hundred for nineteen weeks which elected along a strong as ever tell that spot in the chart history will not sex also revived of fading blue jeans France before long wrangler was selling out of limited edition old town road jeans and jackets well not six one of the Bloomberg fifty Tracy jockey Bloomberg radio do it right to save five percent every day by shopping at Lowe's in store or online say five percent on eligible purchases just by using your lows advantage card do it right for less start with lows subject to credit approval cannot be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store for details you SO much get the nine first warning weather forecast new year's day forecast today afternoon sunshine we're gonna get all the way to forty for tonight clouds rolling to ten thirty three and then tomorrow morning clouds rain by afternoon hi should be fifty four tomorrow Hey I checked they had you see playing in Birmingham tomorrow if you're going to the game hi sixty five in Birmingham with a one hundred percent chance of rain tomorrow for the game that rain will be here on Friday with a high of fifty seven thirty three right now.

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"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"brett vegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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