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"c. k" Discussed on Life in the Son

Life in the Son

18:20 min | 3 months ago

"c. k" Discussed on Life in the Son

"Would always terrible. We get upset. Don't fight it'd be fun. That's about as loud as they get. But every now and again you hear a city he looks after us in our stupidity. Great as long those bins. As matter of fact someone Guck all ministry One so far is to tell him house through better than you and you know. Somehow God makes a where you do. It doesn't matter how perfect we think it is. You're not getting out of it done job. That's my job. He didn't me quit. That's for sure I'll tell you what this been. Good when I think you'd be back for the next episode. Sure I'm sure you've got some more interesting stories cargo tonnes good and I'm bringing a whole bunch of stuff to eat a listening all right matthew. Thank you for joining us today. And on C. K. Williams. And this is just a little bit more. Look into the life inside Uh-huh uh-huh.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In as short so even though they say we're not a tech company they're making it as at technologically former to think it's possible to make a soccer company i saw so many contraptions in testers at their headquarters in san clemente it began to wonder if they even need it all of them that they can do these incredible things stretch stocks to giant sized says make sure their socks their cooling faster than competitors sox how incredible how much is going to cost me if i want to buy a pair of stance socks that's the wrath a ted casteel like thirty dollars over warfare ducks yep yeah it could also cast you ten dollars of ethical crazy considering yeah exactly clear sarah mcbride at bloomberg writing about socks in venture capital sarah thank the la thank you mary mm yeah this is in case you missed it somehow national metric we it falls on the week of the year that contains the ten th of october the tenth day of the ten th month think about of for second metrics tens and that makes today the perfect day for the metric addition of our series i've always wondered you you one i ask one thousand questions to get one also i would like today's question comes to his from matthew hoax in pittsburgh pennsylvania why matthew wonders or bottles of soda sold in leaders but milk is sold in gallons both you rightly pointed out our consumable liquid so what gives marketplace's annie baxter as what gives to answer this question we need to go back to the hear nineteen seventy back when scores of americans could probably sing along did this catchy jingle things go better with coke oh are not going well for pepsi though coq outsold it kim to one in about half the country so we were a very distant second tier brand to cocacola that's john sculley he was president and ceo of pepsi from the late seventies into the 80s and after that he led the tech giant apple but when this story begins kelly was just twenty nine in newly hired two up pepsi's game against coq he says even coke's bottles were hard to beat the coke bottle was the perfect shape for a vending machine to go down badly line and not get broken it.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sucks while they used to latte of words that they usually as for other types of companies they told me the sack industry needed disrupting they said it was wildly misunderstood and that dad there said napa kennedy for somebody to come in and dominate and the way that nikki dominates she is such a good case i have to say world so tell me tell me about the case that the company made because it's clear in your article that while it is a suck company it's not about socks right right it's not about sacks at all in fact the coo is very open about liking brands he was on the board at skull candy the headphones nieker for many years and he just wanted to find a brand that he could build up so he went about this in a very methodical way he the fide all kinds of attributes he wanted to see and he didn't care what the company wise he described literally walking up and down the aisles at target looking at things like send black and luggage and he just kept coming back to socks and he realized that was where he thought he could make his mark okay so here's the question though i know you know of an our listeners will know of juice share of the seven hundred dollar internetcapable juice thing the gutters zillion dollars from venture capitalists and just recently ray bust is there too much we see money out there if we put one hundred ten million dollars in the socks okay well that is dead billiondollar question so everybody for years has been saying others way too much money going into venture capital but then you keep hearing these astounding stories of success in this area there is a pet food company in florida called chewy people love chile it had some venture money at raised about the same amount a stance and insult us petsmart this year from three point three five billion dollars these pcs are trying to tell do we have the next g sarel on our hands sorry near do we have the next julian her hands it's interesting what this company has done just in terms of of building it's uh it's business as both they've got a chief technology officer for socks that they hired away from an israeli sought company they are they're gone all.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And accountability the white house did not respond to our questions as to why the administration may be reversing course or whether private investment has been taken off the table completely taught herbs once the national council for publicprivate partnerships he says p 3s aren't important tool they can make bore projects happened and faster than relying on direct government spending as an industry we just want public entities whether they be federal stave local to be able to use threes as an option critics of p3 same they result and fees and tolls to pay back the private money that's on pa buehler with the public at large and puts an unfair burden on the poor donald cohen this with a unionbacked group called in the public interest he's not convinced that trump will take private finance off the table it's pretty challenging to do with they say they still wanted to do meaning a trillion dollars of infrastructure without using private capital if they can't get the congress to actually spend real money meaning getting congress to possibly raise taxes particularly the gas tax or to borrow money to fund infrastructure both or longshots trump's preference on how to pay for big projects may have changed but but the stalled status of his infrastructure plan remains the same i'm tom scherrer from one coming up the matrix man nobody said there was going to be a test first though let's do the numbers the dow those rose up threetenths percent today sixty nine points twenty two thousand eight thirty the nasdaq up about a tenthpercent seven point sixty five eighty seven is b five hundred up twotenths percent about five points twenty five fifty by the knowledge in pharmaceuticals leader fis were says it's considering whether to sell or spin off its consumer health business it gained seven intense percent down the end user betters the varda's ag down six present merck and company picked up about two tenths of one percent jp morgan chase is among the drive financial institution reporting earnings later this week on the heels of dethroning bank of america yesterday as the biggest horror of deposits get this eleven percent until the us bank deposits jp morgan chase of seven ten sent devolved rose yield on the 10year tino down to two point three five percent you're.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Just as trade seems to have disappeared from the top of the president's agenda so too has the infrastructure remember the campaign promise right fixing roads and airports and bridges with a trillion dollar combination of public and private money now the president has told lawmakers he is not interested in that model anymore tom check from the investigative group apm reports has the story trump's aboutface came during a private meeting on the tax bill with a bipartisan group of lawmakers says democratic congressman brian higgins of new york he says the president unprompted bashed publicprivate partnerships or p 3s that's when government cubs deals with invest to finance big projects he said that they were more trouble than their words he went on for a couple of minutes about all the problems with uh publicprivate partnerships higgins says trump then pointed to vice president mike pence and said p 3s didn't work and pence his home state of indiana the problems there including northern indiana road the declared bankruptcy the state had to get a new operator plus a plan to extend interstate sixty nine and southern indiana is facing huge delays this stance is a major shift for the president for nearly a year trump has pushed p threes is the key to paying for hundreds of projects across the country he touted the approach during the campaign and at white house events with this meeting of city and state officials in ju my budget proposal includes a massive investment in new federal support for infrastructure these dollars will be matched by significant private state and local dollars for maximum officiency.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Advance further until we can take a hard look at how this is all working on an enacted is not just about nafta is really the first test case of this new world in which in american white house taken very different victory but also you know orrin hatch whose whose arguably the chief trade guy in the senate said he's looking for a unified american position on this as we continue with negotiations and it certainly seems that is not what we have right so you know specifically we have with that statement was issued in response to the chamber of commerce complaints with was look we've never had a trade agreement that did not have strong american business support it's hard to envision a trade agreement that doesn't have strong american business support not that we have to give them everything that they want but that we certainly need them excited and behind this proposal and you're not seeing that and i think you know what's indicative of of senator his comments is not just that there's that business support buying the white house the he does not have congressional republicans behind him and while some of the liberal democrats who long been trade critics i think are interested in what they're doing a lot of democratic leaders who've been procreate are also very worried about this here we have then the first she yo presidents ran as a populist is having the very devil of a time with trade which was arguably like in his top three campaign positions where does this go there will that is the big question where wears ago you you know the the president his is doing in some ways exactly what he said he would do men he campaigned saying he would change the of longstanding consensus on trade said it was badly misguided and that he wanted to change the direction you know the white house has a lot of powers in the president does have the power of he wants to just part of nafta altogether now that would itself create huge blow back i'm guessing that if that happened now you'd see lawsuits you'd see congress trying to stop him but you know i think he's trying to change the.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An interesting thing happened on the way to renegotiating nafta today the president of the us chamber of commerce tom donohue the probusiness generally favourably disposed to republican points of view us chamber of commerce called it the trump administration's negotiating tactics on that trade deal an existential threat to it done hughes comments come as negotiations to overhaul now the resume this week and canadian prime minister justin trudeau is set to meet with president tomorrow jakes legenger covers trade for the wall street journal jake welcome the program thanks very much review for me would you some of the big issues on the table as round what is it three of these negoiations four rather george hill i know right so so what what are the big issues on the tables i guess so i mean broadly there are bunch of things that the us has held off proposing but is expected to propose in this round what they would do is in essence weaken the broader tone of nafta they're talking about injecting a sunset provision that would make expire automatically in those countries automatically try and renew agree to renew it they're talking about imposing stricter rules of origin for cars within the trade agreement of can we take a step back and talk about trade more broadly there was a an editorial in fact over the weekend in the wall street journal talking about the trans pacific partnership and how american absence from that deal since the president pulled is out of it it is working to american exporters and american businesses deficit pretty much you know since the end of the war successive us administrations of both parties have had as a goal in some form advancing free trade agreements a advancing the coverage of free trade rules and this is the first administration that has essentially hit the paused button and said we are going to.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Driving force behind the company and his name has shown up in more oscar speeches than god there are advantages and disadvantages clearly to having so much of a brand equity in into one person's name or brand that's gene grybowski i crisismanagement expert at k global the weinstein company has one advantage says karen post who wrote the book brand turnaround unlike other tainted company founders like martha stewart or lance armstrong she says the straight up consumer it at night is aware at his name probably dagon even give thought about it when they are deciding to go to a movie or to watch it television show where a guy enjoy a product today he created actors distributors and advertisers do though elizabeth toledo with camino public relations says winning back there our trust will take more than a name change they need to make some significant effort to how their communities that they are truly engaging in reform another possibility is a sale jason squire is editor of the movie business book really accompanying play on a target for activist and currently all know the weinstein companies vast film library includes hits like the king's speech and lion i need me scott for marketplace when you get in your car or you get on a plane you count on a whole lot of things going right including that the companies that make the basic materials for whatever conveyance it is that you are in did their jobs that's why was troubling to learn today that japan's kobe steel admitted falsifying strength data for some of its rolled aluminum aluminum that of course goes into those cars and planes marketplace's jed kim has today's supply chain story a lot of bigname companies get at least some of their medal from kobe steel toyota honda mitsubishi boeing investigations are being done to see just how the potentially subpar aluminum was used the good news is it should become clear if your car has the suspect material sam a bull sam it is a senior analyst with navigate research for the manufacturers would know exactly which vehicles each were all of aluminum or other medal when into so it can retrace down to individual vehicle if it's an cars hood or door that could be replaced relatively inexpensively that if it is found to be welded into the.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mandalay bay for almost a week before the attack actually occurred on september 25th and that's another change in the tienlin originally law enforcement believed he checked in on september twenty eight and actually he didn't td checked in days before amic me hill says that he carried the bags up one or two at a time they saw this on images that were captured and they know this from the cameras so it didn't really trigger suspicion that the shooter had thirteen or fourteen extremely heavy bags up in his round ten peers live arnold in las vegas tanks thank you for survivors and their families in las vegas the healing process will be long and complicated nima barahmi knows what it's like he was a manager on duty at pulse nightclub in orlando when a gunman opened fire forty nine people died dozens more were wounded that was in june two thousand sixteen barahmi was not physically injured in the attack but the emotional wounds are still there even sixteen months later survivors in las vegas are just beginning to heal so we asked barahmi to tell us what it's been like for him to get through it all starting from the beginning the morning after the attack it really felt like a bad dream and waking up listening to the tvs just giving the report ports of what happens and it was just very hard for me to process in the beginning because you know you're just like this they're not just happened right now this can be real and then when they started listing the forty nine names and knowing you know every name that was listed was heartbreaking to see frans gone in a matter of seconds one of those names was particularly hard for barahmi to see the he was known as top eddie eddie saw tomorrow was one of my very good friend zone he was the life of the party because you've always do some con protocal joker say something smart i would always turnaround say any stop because i it going to happen before going to happen so you know for me it's just it was an ongoing thing and neil was called him my kids so he was actually sang in my house that night and he came to the club with his boyfriend to see me and for.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are they're gone all in assure so even though they say we're not a tech company they're making it as at technologically forward a think it's possible to make a thought anthony i saw so many can traps since and testers at their headquarters in san clemente at the cantu wonder if they even needed all of them but they can do these incredible things stretch stocks two giant sized says make sure their socks their cooling faster than competitors socks how incredible how much is going to cost me if i want to buy a pair of stance sucks that's the wrath a ted casteel like thirty dollars over a warfare ducks yet yeah it can also cast eu ten dollars of death crazy considering yeah exactly clear sarah mcbride wound bird writing about socks and venture capital sarah thanks a lot thank you and person yeah this is in case you missed it somehow national metric week it falls on the week of the year that contains the ten th of october the tenth day of the ten th month think about of her second metrics tens and that makes today the perfect day for the metric addition of our series i've always wondered if you one asking a thousand questions to get one also i've rain would like today's question comes to his for matthew hoax in pittsburgh pennsylvania why matthew wonders are bottles of soda sold in leaders but milk is sold in gallons both you rightly points out our consumable liquid so what gives marketplace's annie baxter as what gives to answer this question we need to go back to the hear nineteen seventy back when scores of americans could probably sing along did this catchy jingle things go better with coke not going well for pepsico coq outsold it tend to one and about half the country so we were a very distant second tier brand to cocacola that's john sculley he was president and ceo of pepsi from the late seventies into the 80s and after that he led the tech giant apple but when this story begins he was just twenty nine in newly hired up pepsi's game against coq he says even coke's bottles for hard to beat the coke bottle was the perfect shape for a vending machine to go down badly law and and not get broken it.

tech company san clemente cantu ted casteel sarah mcbride pittsburgh pennsylvania annie baxter president and ceo pepsi apple venture capital matthew thirty dollars ten dollars milk
"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That they should spur other types of fini's they told me the sack industry needed disrupting they said it lists wildly misunderstand and that dad there said napa kennedy for somebody to come in and dominate at and the way that nike dominates sheets such a case they have to say world so tell me tell me about the case that the company made because it's clear in your article that while it is a sock company it's not about socks right right it's not about sachs at i'll intact the the l is very open about liking brands he was on the board at stall candy that headphones maker for many years and he just wanted to find a brand that he cared bell that sir so he went about this in a very methodical way he identified i'll cain said attributes he wanted to see and he didn't care what the company wise he described literally walking up and down the aisles at target looking at things like send black and leg age and he just kept coming back to socks and he realized that was where he thought he can make his mark okay so here's the question though i know you know of and our listeners will know of jews sara the seven hundred dollar internetcapable juice thing that got a gazilliondollar should venture capitalists and just recently weight lost is there too much vc money out there if we put one hundred ten million dollars into socks okay well that is dead billion dollar class so everybody for years has been saying others way too much money going into venture capital but then you keep hearing these astounding stories of success in this area there is a pet food company in florida called chewy people love chile he had some venture many at raced about the same anonymous stance in its altus petsmart this year from three point three five billion dollars these pcs are trying to tell do we have the next g sterile on hand sorry new do we have the next julian her hands uh it's interesting what this company has done just in terms of of bill ling it's uh it's business i suppose they've got a chief technology officer for socks that they hired away from an israeli saw company they.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To do what they say they still wanna do meaning a trillion dollars of infrastructure without using private capital if they can't get the congress to actually spend real money meaning getting congress to possibly raise taxes particularly the gas tax or to borrow money to fund infrastructure both or longshots trump's preference on how to pay for big projects may have changed but the stalled status of his infrastructure plan remains the same i'm tom shannon from one pearl coming up so man nobody said there was going to be a test first though let's do the numbers the dow industrial is up threetenths percent today sixty nine points twenty two thousand eight thirty the nasdaq up about a tenthpercent seven point sixty five eighty seven is b five hundred up twotenths percent about five points twenty five and fifty by the knowledge in pharmaceuticals leader fis were says it's considering whether to sell or spin off its consumer health business it gained seven intense percent down their newspaper editors novartis ag down six ten percent merck and company picked up about two tenths of one percent jp morgan chase is among the junk financial institutions reporting earnings later this week on the heels of dethroning bank of america yesterday as the biggest horror of the posits get this eleven percent until the us bank deposits jp morgan chase up seventenths there were sent divulge rose yield on the 10year tino down to two point three.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Roads and airports and bridges with a trillion dollar combination of public and private money now the president has told lawmakers he is not interested in that model anymore tom check from the investigative group apm reports has the story trump's of belt face came during a private meeting on the tax bill with a bipartisan group of lawmakers says democratic congressman brian higgins of new york he says the president unprompted bashed publicprivate partnerships or p 3s that's when government cuts deals with him investors to finance big projects he said that they were more trouble than their word he went on for a couple of minutes about all the problems with uh publicprivate partnerships higgins says trump then pointed to vice president mike pence and said p 3s didn't work and pence is home state of indiana the problems there included northern indian a toll road that declared bankruptcy the state had to get a new operator plus a plan to extend interstate sixty nine in southern indiana is facing huge delays this stance is a major shift for the president for nearly a year trump is pushed p threes is the key to paying for hundreds of projects across the country he touted the approach during the campaign and at white house events like this meeting of city and state officials in june my budget proposal influence a massive investment in new federal support for infrastructure these dollars will be matched by significant private state and local dollars for me maksim of efficiency and accountability the white house did not respond to our questions as to why the administration may be reversing course or whether private investment has been taken off the table completely taught herbs once the national council for publicprivate partnerships he says peace threes are an important tool they can make more projects happened and faster than relying on direct government spending as an industry we just want public entities whether they be federal state local to be able to use pete threes as an option critics of p3 same they results in fees and tolls to pay back the private money that is unpopular with the public at large and puts an unfair burden on the poor donald cohen is with a unionbacked group called in the public interest he's not convinced that trump will take private finance off the table it's pretty challenging.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Advance further until we can take a hard look at how this is all worked and not an enacted is not just about nafta it's really the first test case of this new world in which an american white house taken very different different book trade but also you know orrin hatch whose whose arguably the chief trade guy in the senate said he's looking for a unified american position on this as we continue negotiations and it certainly seems that is not what we have right so you know specifically believed that statement was issued in response the chamber of commerce complaints which was look we've never had a trade agreement that did not have strong american business support it's hard to envision a trade agreement that doesn't have strong america business support not that we have to give them everything that they want but that we certainly need them excited and behind this proposal and you're not seeing that and i think you know what's indicative of senator has his comments is not just that this business support buying the white house the he does not have congressional republicans behind him and while some of the liberal democrats who plump in trade critics i think are interested in what they're doing a lot of democratic leaders who've been pro trade are also very worried about this here we have then the first ceo presidents ran as a populist is having the very devil of a time with trade which was arguably like in his top three campaign positions where does this go there will that is the big question where wears ago you the president his is doing in some ways exactly what he said he would do i mean he campaigned saying he would change this and longstanding consensus on trade said it was badly misguided in that he wanted to change the direction you know the white house has a lot of powers in the president does have the power if he wants to just a lot of nafta altogether now that would itself create huge blowback i'm guessing that if that happened now you'd see lawsuits you'd see congress trying to stop him but you know i think he's trying to change the debate and i guess you could say at a minimum at this point he certainly has changed the tenor of the debate it has been changed jake schleicener covers trade for the wall street journal jake thanks a lot thank you.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An interesting thing happened on the way to renegotiating nafta today the president of the us chamber of commerce tom donohue the probusiness generally favourably disposed to republican points of view us chamber of commerce called the trump administration's ago sheeting tactics on that trade deal an existential threat to it hughes comments come as negotiations to overhaul now the resume this week and canadian prime minister justin trudeau is set to meet with the president tomorrow takes legenger covers trade for the wall street journal jake welcome the program thanks very much review for me would just some of the big issues on the table as round what does it three of these negoiations four rather hill i know right so so what what are the big issues on the tables i guess so i mean broadly there are a bunch of things that the us has held off proposing but is expected to propose in this round what they would do is in essence weaken the broader tone of nafta they're talking about injecting a sunset provision that would make expire automatically in this country automatically try and renew agree to renew it they're talking about imposing stricter rules of origin for cars within the trade agreement of it can we take a step back and talk about trade more broadly there was a an editorial in fact uh over the weekend in the wall street journal talking about the trans pacific partnership and how american absence from that deal since the president pulled us out of it is working to uh american exporters and american businesses deficit pretty much since the end of the war successive us administrations of both parties have had as a goal in some form advancing free trade agreements advancing the coverage of free trade rules and this is the first administration that is essentially hit the pas button and said we are going to.

president justin trudeau jake us wall street journal tom donohue chamber of commerce hughes prime minister free trade
"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Driving force behind the company and his name his show nothing more oscar speeches than god there are advantages and disadvantages clearly to having so much of the brand equity put into one person his name or brand that's gene grybowski i crisismanagement expert at k global the weinstein company has won advantage says karen post who wrote the book brand turnaround unlike other tainted company founders like martha stewart or lance armstrong she says the straight up consumer it at not is aware at who name probably guys even give key thought about it when nerica to get it on movie or to watch television show where a guy enjoy a product today he created actors distributors and advertisers do though elizabeth toledo with camino public relations says winning back their trust will take more than enough name change paid need to make some thick nificant efforts to how their communities that they are truly engaging in reform another possibility is a sale jason squire is editor of the movie business book it really took the company in play and a target for acquisition and it makes them term honorable the weinstein companies vast film library includes hits like the king's speech and lion i nehmi scott for marketplace when you get in your car or you get on a plane you count on a whole lot of things go in right including that the companies that make the basic materials for whatever conveyance it is that you are in did their jobs that's why was troubling to learn today that japan's kobe steel admitted falsifying strength data for some of its rolled aluminum aluminum that of course goes into those cars and planes marketplace's jed kim has today's supply chain story a lot of bigname companies get at least some of their medals from kobe steel toyota honda mitsubishi boeing investigations are being done to see just how.

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"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"c. k" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For cheaper he says the clean power our plan in limbo means coproduction will remain somewhat steady in the west where it's cheapest to mind not in the east those areas that have been most impacted primarily and appalachia regardless of whether the clean power plan of an effect or not you're gonna probably continue unfortunately for those workers to feed of decline it's part of long story in the last century coalmining jobs went from eight hundred thousand to just one tenth of that miners lost work to machines and then to competing forms of energy and now kohl's environmental cost has prompted policy just about everywhere says trevor hauser at the rhodium group while we have quite cultivate about that here in the us fares sampoerna cultivate harass the world and that's the way of that policy is move hang in china and india and europe were definitely looking at a structural decline a caucus how he says the only question is how fast i'm scott tong for marketplace if you have yet had a chance i encourage you to read the report in the new yorker zine today adding to an amplifying the allegations first published in the new york times of sexual misconduct by film producer harvey weinstein including three women accusing weinstein of rape weinstein denies the allegations which span decades but our story today is one of speed the head spitting speed at which the weinstein company at hollywood in general is trying to annoy harvey itself marketplace amy scott has now it's one thing to fire the bus and another one that boss is the.

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