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"car assembly plant" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on World News Analysis

"News analysis. I'm joined stay with us. Listening to today. I'm joing now is global survey where we'll look was happening around the world. Joining me in the studio is my colleague hunt, good evening drawing. So I have been Asia US and Taliban negotiators have agreed on a draft of free. Morton for a peace deal seeking to put an end to the seventeen year old conflict in Afghanistan in Singapore, confidential information about more than fourteen thousand people diagnosed with HIV, including foreign visitors has now been stolen and leaked online in o'shane Lia. Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison is promising to oversee the creation of one twenty five million jobs over the next five years if his coalition Vince, the twenty nineteen election saying the country more than two thousand native flying foxes have perished duty heatwave in the state of toria moving on Africa Zimbabawean presidents, Amazon Managua has ordered the arrest of secure. The officials behind one attack on a protester. That's has been featured. In TV news report, saying the attack as appalling Volkswagen has now announced plans to to build a car assembly plants and a training center in the country with the world's lowest rate of car ownership and population of more than one hundred million turning to the Middle East. French president Emmanuel cone Toda's Egyptian counterpart, nuts, ability and security cannot be severed at from human rights as part of a meeting between the two in Carroll. The rings top court is upholding a license against the Shia opposition leader overcharges spying for neighboring cutter. In Europe them are cast has started building a seventy kilometer fence along its border with Germany in in a bet you control the migration of wild boar in Poland police are asking prosecutors to examine avance against Alterra nationalists who demonstrates at all sweats. Than the Nazi concentration camp sites on holocaust Memorial Day on Sunday, looking to.

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Tesla CEO Musk breaks ground at Shanghai Gigafactory to launch China push

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla CEO Musk breaks ground at Shanghai Gigafactory to launch China push

"Wars attraction Tesla's building a factory in China. CEO Elon Musk broke ground today outside Shanghai for the company's first electric car assembly plant outside the US. This factory will build what must calls affordable versions of the tesla model three and model wife vehicles that's China and the surrounding region musk says initial construction of the factory should be

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's nine thirty am here in hong kong and eleven thirty am here in sydney i i'm paul allen his friday all right i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york yeah we just get the hang sang up and running right now with a gain of about seven tenths of one percents shanghai composite though dipping by about three tenths of one percent in the opening moments the offshore currency this is the chinese yuan six sixty seven thirty one so strengthening by about three tenths of one percent against the dollar relative to where we were twenty four hours ago i think i've got that right we'll go into a deeper dive on market action coming up with bryan curtis right now this hour's top business store the us and china of signal der open to resuming negotiations have a trade treasury secretary steven mnuchin told the house financial services committee today that he and administration officials are available for negotiations and it seems china's made us based if it's to avoid esscalation as well commits ministry said today it's been sincere and pushing to settle differences through dialogue on the other side of town in washington we had outgoing house speaker paul ryan distancing himself just a bit from president trump's trade agenda here's ryan speaking at the economic club of washington we risk having american products locked out of these new markets we risk having jobs being moved overseas and we risk a decline in american influence all of this matters and he didn't stop there he also questioned mr trump's decision to withdraw the us from the transpacific partnership that of course is the multinational agreement that tried to reduce trade barriers it was championed if you'll remember by former president obe obama dan lewis fade study warns the president trump's tariffs against china could backfire causing job cuts and plant shutdowns the high tariffs affect mostly intermediate goods from china which he used by us manufacturers to make final products the tariffs could raise costs for the us companies raising prices and hurting the competitiveness in the global market well we've learned after the bell here in the us that the government has filed an appeal to challenge the merger of at time warner you'll remember back in june a federal judge ruled that this eighty five point four billion dollar deal was legal and it imposed no conditions on the merger or he did not the justice department believes the deal makes the paytv market less competitive and less innovative now the outcome of this case will be closely watched and i'm talking about the one that's up for appeal as it may have broad effects on a activity here in the states well worldcom shares are down almost fourteen percent today after its pitches of ca technologies for nearly nineteen billion dollars bloomberg's share of eat says analysts appear confused as to how the deal fits with the existing business the problem is that it's a completely different industry that has nothing to do with computer chips there's no overlap of customers there's no overlap of operations nearly all of see as prophets come from mainframe software which no one thinks as a growth business there's just zero strategic sense to the steel well the offers broke comes first major acquisition office since the chip a blocked acquisition of qualcomm elliott and the year well japan's panasonic says it's open to teaming up with tesla on the electric car makers plan to build a factory in shanghai panasonic has already tesla's executive supplier on batteries for that gigafactory in nevada earlier in the week as you know tesla's ceo elon musk announced plans to build a car assembly plant in china it will begin production in about two years time analysts were saying earlier panasonic would seem to be a natural partner okay let's get a closer look at the action as the trading days getting underway in asia let's bring in our colleague bloomberg's bryan curtis bryan all right thanks very much paul yeah the markets are mostly higher it's only australia it's lagging really behind down about two tenths of one percent and shanghai but elsewhere taiwan's higher singapore's higher the hang seng index is up one hundred eighty one points now six tenths of one percent and the nikkei one of the biggest well is the biggest mover up about three hundred points that's a gain of one point four percent now we're starting to look ahead to the.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the morning here in hong kong friday morning i should mention that david inglis and the friday the thirteenth no less but you're expecting some positivity there aren't you equity markets we can talk more about that when bryan curtis joins us top of the hour cash markets will be up and running in tokyo sydney and seoul we had a rally in tech shares in the us session sending the nasdaq composite to a record high details on that coming up in a little while right now this hour's top business stories yeah and a lot of the market cheer that we've seen last what twelve eighteen hours or so down to this this pause if you will between these trade tensions here the us and china have signaled that they are open to resuming negotiations here treasury secretary steven mnuchin told the white house the house financial services committee my mistake that he and administration officials are available for negotiations and it does seem that china has made its best efforts to avoid an escalation so far the commerce ministry said today it's been sincere and pushing to settle differences through dialogue well speaking of washington outgoing house speaker paul ryan is trying to distance himself from president trump's trade agenda ryan was speaking out today at the economic club in washington we risk having american products locked out of these new markets we risk having jobs being moved overseas and we risk a decline in american influence all of this matters now ryan went on to question trump's decision to withdraw from the transpacific partnership that of course is the multi national agreement to reduce trade barriers that was championed by former president obama now a study from the st louis fed here warns at president trump's tariffs against china could backfire causing job cuts and also shutdowns of plants the higher tariffs effect mostly intermediate goods from china which are of course used by you as manufacturers to make final goods not a terrorist could raise costs for us companies raising prices and hurting their competitiveness in the global market here in the states after the bell we got word that the us government has filed an appeal to a ruling by a federal judge that will pave the way for the merger of at and t time warner you might remember the back in june the judge ruled that this eighty five point four billion dollar deal essentially was legal and he imposed no conditions on the merger but the justice department believes the deal makes the pay tv market less competitive and less innovative the outcome of this case will be closely watched needless to say as it may move broad effects on the us merger enforcement will have more on this coming up with bloomberg's david mclaughlin coming up this hour and in the meantime let's have a look at panasonic here doug and the company says it is open to teaming up with tesla on the electric car makers plan to build this this massive factory in shanghai earlier this week to seal elon musk did announce plans to build that car assembly plant that will hopefully start production in about two years the japanese electron company would seem to be a natural partner panasonic already tesla's exclusive supplier batteries at its gigafactory in nevada and there is a very interesting story on tesla in this week's bloomberg businessweek you can either go to your new stand if you're not a subscriber or log onto bloomberg dot com we had a rally in the.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The russia investigations that are still open while across the pond a military band greeted president and first lady trump as they arrived at england's blend palace for gala dinner with uk prime minister theresa may while just outside the gates even bigger protests expected in london while the president's uk trip continues just after he landed the president tweeted a letter from north korean leader kim jong un in which can praise trump's efforts to reshape their countries ties that letter was dated july sixth just before secretary of state mike pompeo's latest visit to pyongyang which ended with the north calling the us approach to denuclearization gangster like and the emmy goes to well we don't know yet but netflix says a very good chance the streaming network picked up one hundred twelve nomination stay four more than once reigning champ hbo it's the first time net flicks his lead in the nomination count for tv's highest honor but as far as shows go hbo's game of thrones leads the pack with twenty two nods global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg thinks nathan now with our top stories i'm out guilty little saint louis fed study warns that president trump's tariffs against china could backfire causing job cuts and plant shutdowns to higher tariffs effect mostly intermediate goods from china which are used by us manufacturers make final products tariffs could raise costs for the us companies raising prices and hurting their competitiveness in the global market a japanese electrics maker wants a partner in china bloomberg seaport is because more panasonic says it's open to teaming with tesla on its new shanghai factory earlier this week ceo elon musk announced plans to build a car assembly plant that will start production in two years five hundred thousand vehicles are targeted annually musk said the factory we'll make batteries but did not specify a supplier the soccer based electron ix maker is a natural choice because the company is already tesla's exclusive supplier of battery cells and a partner at tesla's gigafactory in nevada panasonic executive said the company has not received a request from tesla to work together in china steve potisk bloomberg radio agricultural giant cargill says revenue climbed five percent more than one hundred and fourteen billion dollars in the fourth quarter the company benefitted from an increased focus on need as the animal nutrition and protein unit proved the biggest contributor to earn things cargill also i saw more green trading opportunities helping post the best fiscal year since twenty eleven credit card hacks are surging on the dark web bloomberg's ed corry has the story the.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markets live team joins us wes why is the us dollar the initial beneficiary here of the trade worries i mean it's up a quarter of one percent almost good morning everyone the theory is that the world's biggest economy the us economy will be the least damaged by the by the trade war by any kind of straight slowdown one way to look at that is that s and p five hundred futures are down oh point seven percent nobody would want that but that's not much compared to these chinese stocks which are down closer to two percent dr currencies for a minute we've got the australian dollar falling canadian dollar south african rand the chinese yuan and you know these are all countries that are heavily reliant on trade and again that's up adding up to the dollar becoming an early beneficiary trade tensions perk up again trade tensions perking up again and also another thing poking out presumably is the speculation that that china could be planning to weaponize the you on yeah you know weaponize or some people like to call it a stealth devaluation but the one week until the lowest level against the dollar and almost a year and again people are thinking that china welcomes this because this is a way to maintain demand for its good spain tantamount for its exports as these trade tariffs set in and don't forget president trump has criticized china before for weakening its currency and this could become a new front new source of trade friction between between the two nations west good to speak to you this morning to reminder for real time market commentary and analysis make sure you check out the markets live blog that's bloomberg terminal marcus or at as donald trump is opening another front when it comes to the trade war the nato summit kicks off today as the mood within the military alliance these days suggests it is as jittery about the us as it is about russia bloomberg's jonathan stunts has this report from brussels the region is president donald trump's unsparing an unprecedented criticism of america's allies in nato the two day meeting will focus on the us a seventy percent share of military spending by the alliance's twentynine members a proportion he says is on hair to american taxpayers anxious to avoid tempered meeting nato on tuesday predicted a fourth consecutive year depends increases in europe whether that's enough to prevent a spectacle by trump is anybody's guess in brussels john concerns bloomberg daybreak europe right then senior tory brexit here's are set to be considering a radical plan that could bring down the british government sources within the conservative party have told bloomberg that they will vote down the final withdrawal agreement when it comes to parliament this comes as conservative vice chairs but bradley and maria coalfield quit warning the prime minister's plans for close links with europe could end up with labor in power tori andrew bridgen is among those calling for leadership carter's it's clear that she's not going to change your position i find it damaging the government is damaging our party it's damaging the prime minister is damaging our activists base and it's damaging our country and most unforgivably at all is damaging people's belief in our democracy that was the conservative mp andrew richard that say also take you through some other stories we're watching for you investors pulled a total of about five hundred eighteen million dollars from bill gross bond fund in the first half of this year and he turned in the worst performance among his peers during that period according to bloomberg estimates june marked the fourth straight month of withdrawals from grosses jonah's henderson global unconstrained bond fund and the outflows dragged acids down to one point four eight billion dollars the go anywhere fund declined six point three percent this year through june let's talk about some other corporate news from tesla announced plans for massive car assembly plant at shanghai saying the facility will produce up to a half million cars a year five years time shanghai government appears to be suggesting it may help foot the bill bloomberg's donna hall says it is not clear how much this will cost aware ceo elon musk will get the rest of the money they were very few details an announcement that was signed 'bout the price tag or panasonic's role or marcus tenderly lined up some other outside investors china would help tesla circumvent chinese tariffs of course yeah of course echoing back to the trade.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He downloaded files containing proprietary information that says he was getting ready to leave the iphone maker in april and start working at the chinese startup x motors at its mountain view office the complaint says john was arrested at a bay area airport ramy inocencio bloomberg daybreak asia tesla announcing plans for a massive car assembly plant in shanghai the ev maker says the facility will produce up to half a million cars a year a half decade from now and this is under the new rules so in this case tesla owns all of this this is not a jv government appears to be suggesting that it may help foot the bill though bloomberg's donna donna hall says that it's not clear how much this will cost or where ceo elon musk will get the rest of the money needed they were very few detailed an announcement was signed about the price tag or panasonic's role or musk potentially lined up some other outside investors and investors generally are very curious whether or not tesla will need to to sell equity or raise money for this producing in china would help tesla circumvent the chinese auto tariffs well the funding of nato is the major topic up for discussion at the summit in brussels baxter is covering all the global news bloomberg nine six sixty san francisco newsroom ed right juliet us president donald trump is hammering while on air force one before he even landed tweeting many countries in nato which are expected to defend our not only short of their current commitment of two percent which is low but are also delinquent for many years and payments that have not been made will they reimburse the us bloomberg's alex wayne says that europe is crying foul with the president linking defense with trade the us pay so much to defend europe only to have them iraq trade barriers and some of our products yeah alex says most of his venom is aimed at germany meanwhile mr trump is saying that his meeting with vladimir putin will be easier than meeting with theresa may he calls putin a competitor as opposed to a friend or foe to make matters more uncomfortable for the uk prime minister has some client words about resigned foreign secretary boris johnson may sloughed off the comments and johnson's replacement jeremy hunt says his main job now is to stand firm with ms may part of that is a strong comfortable global britain well the wild boars are free all twelve boys in their tie soccer coach or out of the cave daring rescue that was managed moment to moment as the governor of the province says the work we have achieved here i think it's partly because we have power the power of love the power to love each other we're being told that two of the boys have pneumonia all are open to infection we're also being told the divers were clearing their equipment is pumps failed in three of the caves they call it a very close call taiwan has been lashed by strong wind and rain of typhoon maria evacuation still enforce schools close and a footnote on the tire rescue well quickly assembled a sub built from rocket parts a by elon musk was put together on scene not used tie official sang was not practical for the mission musk on scene said he would leave it there for potential future use he's everywhere klobuchar news twenty four hours a day at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian thank you very much nine.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the united states i'm rishaad salamat bryan curtis we're about ninety minutes out now from the start of trading in tokyo sydney and seoul and three hours from the open in hong kong and shanghai bloomberg is running this story about the new tariffs it's not really appearing elsewhere but the markets have definitely responded gained about ninety points in the s and p five hundred in the past day days getting back twenty here in the futures in after hours so we'll watch how this moves here in asia futures tilting tilting lower and we'll get to markets in a moment but for now the top stories trish being told president trump is getting ready to publish a list of two hundred billion dollars in chinese products to slap tariffs on let's start say weeklong process that includes a public comment period and of course hearings this is after the trump administration did of course has slap tariffs of thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods in july and china retaliated with duties of its own tesla had pretty good day it was up one point two percent also announcing plans for a massive car assembly plant in shanghai is could help tesla circumvent chinese tariffs especially if the u s china trade fight intensifies further and they own this factory outright which is very interesting but bloomberg's donna hall says there is investor concern about how tesla will pay for this new plant and it won't be up and running overnight either have i've indicated that they are on track to kind of build this new factory that will make five hundred thousand cars but they're nowhere close to even beginning production i mean this is just the first step in what will undoubtedly be a long process the shanghai government by the way appears to be suggesting that it will help with some of the capital costs but details few and far between well keeping with the auto side of things to you login a new car sharing service customers can use their smartphones unlock installed cars for rent by.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on KOMO

"Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news and here's your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks fell as investors continue to worry about the prospect of a global trade war the dow closed down one hundred sixty five points the nasdaq gave up one hundred seventeen the s and p fell twenty three standard and poors placing motorcycle maker harley davidsons dead on credit watch due to cost increases from a us trade deficit with the european union s and pieces tariffs imposed by the eu in retaliation for us tariffs on steel and aluminum could erode the profit margin caused retail sales to drop daria albinger abc news a widespread fire rages across tinderdry moorland in north west england these are your world headlines from abc news pockets of fire burning across a three point seven mile area on the outskirts of manchester locals are worried a small modern anything other than the fight outside minutes so yes real scandal so far dozens have been evacuated the spanish supreme court has rejected an appeal by fifteen indicted catalan separatists ruling that they should be put on trial for their efforts to take the region out of spain at an international conference denmark's prime minister has urged his ukrainian counterpart speed up reforms at home because some he says are moving forward at a snail's pace and german car maker volkswagen is open the first car assembly plant in rwanda's capital in a milestone for the east african country i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london we're learning more about why western state hospital lost its federal certification this week komo's carleen johnson reports the hit comes after years of violations that inspectors say were never corrected medicare and medicaid pulled fifty three million in funding on monday that's twenty percent of what it takes to run that large psychiatric hospital among the concerns noted earlier were failures to control patients who repeatedly assaulted other patients and staff fire exits with obstructions no keys for fire extinguishers senator steve oban very very disappointing it's not for lack of funding the legislature invested tens of millions in a western state hospital to try to bring it up to standards what's lacking i think was real leadership role focus leadership from the governor now ds hsa which runs western state says that although those surveyors determined western was not in compliance it was only with four of the twenty six conditions the hospital they say as mid significant strides improving areas previously found to be in noncompliance and officials said the state will cover the loss federal money so they do not expect it to affect operations carleen johnson komo news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the four still dealing with a collision in tacoma southbound i five at yakima avenue near a city centre a collision is blocking the left lane aid is now on the scene.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on KOMO

"Passengers waiting to take off on a cross country flight from new york tuesday night suddenly saw their plane surrounded by police abc's brian clark explains why shortly before a jetblue flight bound for los angeles began to taxi lost contact with the tower about five minutes later those fly controllers at kennedy airport received a hijacking alarm and trigger large law enforcement response dozens of first responders surrounded the plane with one hundred fifty eight people on board the fbi and police boarded and after the pilot was able to restore communications with flight controllers jetblue said the failure caused that alarm to be sent the plane was cleared and the faa says it will investigate brian clark abc news new york your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news here's your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks fell as investors continue to worry about the prospect of a global trade war the dow closed down one hundred sixty five points the nasdaq gave up one hundred seventeen the s and p fell twenty three standard and poors placing motorcycle maker harley davidsons debt on credit watch due to cost increases from a us trade deficit with the european union s and pieces tariffs imposed by the eu in retaliation for us tariffs on steel and aluminum could erode the profit margin caused retail sales to drop daria albinger abc news a widespread fire rages across tinderdry moorland in northwest england these are your world headlines from abc news pockets of fire burning across a three point seven mile area on the outskirts of manchester locals are worried as a small mother ninety other than the fi outside minutes so yes real scandal so far dozens have been evacuated the spanish supreme court has rejected an appeal by fifteen indicted catalan separatists ruling that they should be put on trial for their efforts to take the region out of spain at an international conference denmark's prime minister has urged his ukrainian counterpart to speed up reforms at home because some he says are moving forward at a snail's pace and german car maker volkswagen is open the first car assembly plant in rwanda's capital in a milestone for the east african country i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london learning more about why western state hospital lost its federal certification this week komo's carleen johnson reports the hit comes after years of violations that inspectors say were never corrected medicare and medicaid pulled fifty three million in funding on monday that's twenty percent of what it takes to run that large psychiatric hospital among the concerns noted earlier were failures to control patients who repeatedly assaulted other patients and staff fire exits with obstructions no keys for fire extinguishers senator steve oban very very disappointing it's not for lack of funding the legislature invested tens of millions and a western state hospital to try to bring it up to standards what's lacking i think was real leadership role focus leadership from the governor now d s h s which runs western state says that although those surveyors determined western was not in compliance it was only with four of the twenty six conditions the hospital they say as mid significant strides improving areas previously found to be in noncompliance and officials have said the state will cover the loss federal money so they do not expect it to affect operations carleen johnson komo news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours in green lake we're watching a crash at the intersection of north fiftieth street at woodland avenue north emergency crews are there on the scene and the earlier crash on first avenue south at east marginal way south in seattle it's been cleared in tacoma on southbound five the left lane is closed for overnight roadwork between east l street in south street until six tomorrow morning watch for slowing through that area are next komo traffic at nine thirty four.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Opened the first car assembly plant in rwanda's capital it's a milestone for the east african country that is trying to cut back and used car imports from asia last year there were three hundred thousand cars registered in rwanda a country of twelve million people to imported as used vehicles from japan the war of words between fiji film and xerox is heating up we get an update from bloomberg's patrice sikora the ceo of the japanese company says his firm is prepared to compete directly with the american printer maker if they're asian joint venture collapses in a letter to xerox chief john fujifilm's shigetaka kamori repeated the xerox should allow shareholders to decide for themselves whether to approve their six billion dollar deal is xerox is arguments for terminating the agreement are quote a thinly veiled pretext for getting a higher price strongly worded response comes after vicinity earlier this week blasted fujifilm's efforts to revive merger talks as desperate misguided and delusional patrice sikora bloombergradio few americans signed contracts to purchase homes in may is sales are being stifled by a shortage of properties on the market the national association of realtors said today that it's pending home sales index slipped point five percent last month to one hundred and five point nine the second straight monthly decline ticketmaster uk says personal information and credit card data from customers in britain and other countries may have been stolen in a security breach the company says the breach effects transactions between february and june twenty third and international customers who purchase or attempted to purchase tickets between september twenty seventeen and june twenty third.

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Ticketmaster UK customers might have had personal information stolen security breach

Mark and Melynda

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Ticketmaster UK customers might have had personal information stolen security breach

"Opened the first car assembly plant in rwanda's capital it's a milestone for the east african country that is trying to cut back and used car imports from asia last year there were three hundred thousand cars registered in rwanda a country of twelve million people to imported as used vehicles from japan the war of words between fiji film and xerox is heating up we get an update from bloomberg's patrice sikora the ceo of the japanese company says his firm is prepared to compete directly with the american printer maker if they're asian joint venture collapses in a letter to xerox chief john fujifilm's shigetaka kamori repeated the xerox should allow shareholders to decide for themselves whether to approve their six billion dollar deal is xerox is arguments for terminating the agreement are quote a thinly veiled pretext for getting a higher price strongly worded response comes after vicinity earlier this week blasted fujifilm's efforts to revive merger talks as desperate misguided and delusional patrice sikora bloombergradio few americans signed contracts to purchase homes in may is sales are being stifled by a shortage of properties on the market the national association of realtors said today that it's pending home sales index slipped point five percent last month to one hundred and five point nine the second straight monthly decline ticketmaster uk says personal information and credit card data from customers in britain and other countries may have been stolen in a security breach the company says the breach effects transactions between february and june twenty third and international customers who purchase or attempted to purchase tickets between september twenty seventeen and june twenty third.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"K in the us we acted to deter the future use of chemical weapons by holding the syrian regime responsible for its atrocities against humanity us ambassador to the un nikki haley also says the us is ready to strike again should syria use chemical weapons again a senior white house official says the missiles destroyed material that could be used to produce things like sarin gas and the official says the evidence of both seren chlorine were found at the scene of last week's gas attack on people in a damascus suburb douma eastern mississippi and western alabama are dealing with the possibility of tornadoes today and there's a forecast for a foot or more of snow on parts of the great lakes area and extreme fire danger in the desert southwest i'm richard johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters general electric trim the last year's earnings by one point fifty six billion dollars this to align its results with new us accounting rules for sales of industrial equipment a profit cut of seventeen cents a share was a penny worse than the reduction ge had signalled to investors in recent weeks earnings for thousand sixteen were cut by thirteen cents the restatement risks putting additional pressure on ge as it deals with challenges ranging from weak demand to an accounting pro by the us securities and exchange commission people familiar with the matter say private company dell technologies is now leaning against a reverse merger with public company vm ware that is one of the options that michael dell had been considering to streamline his empire tesla's elon musk who has touted how automated his car assembly plant will be has good news for humans we still need your help musk wrote in a tweet friday that quote acce automation at tesla was my mistake that was hours after cbs aired an interview in which he acknowledged putting too many robots in tesla's loan auto factory musk says humans are underrated general motors says that fifteen hundred workers will be laid off at the lordstown ohio plant the result of a.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now the military and diplomatic arms of the us government are speaking with one voice over the missile strike on targets in syria be strikes were justified legitimate and proportionate response to syrian regimes continued use of chemical weapons on its own the words of pentagon spokeswoman dana white echoed in the un security council today by embassador nikki haley russia which called for the un meeting condemned the attacks also believers of the three countries that carried them out the us britain and france have talked by phone today and the head of nato says that organization backs the move tornadoes flattened about one hundred buildings in the town of mountain berg arkansas overnight the mayor says some homes and mobile homes are completely gone there's more ugliness on the way severe storms brewing in the mississippi river valley heavy snow is due to hit the northern plains and upper midwest in a red flag warnings up for extreme fire danger from arizona to central texas i'm richard johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters tesla's ceo elon musk whose touted how automated his car assembly plant will be has good news for humans we still need your help mosk wrote in a tweet on friday that excessive automation at tesla was my mistake this was hours after cbs aired an interview in which he acknowledged putting too many robots and tesla's loan auto factory musk says humans are underrated a swiss investor advisory group ethos said credit suisse group shareholders should vote against the banks 2017 compensation plan that's a split with overseas advisors ethos said compensation remains too high in light of the banks further losses the group's recommendation was reported earlier today by swiss newspaper f u w people familiar with the matter say private.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As it deals with challenges ranging from weak demand to an accounting pro by the us securities and exchange commission people familiar with the matter say private company dell technologies is now leaning against a reverse merger with public company vm ware that is one of the options that michael dell had been considering the streamline his empire tesla's elon musk who has touted how automated his car assembly plant will be house good news for humans we still need your help musk wrote in a tweet friday that quote excessive automation at tesla was my mistake that was hours after cbs aired an interview in which he acknowledged putting too many robots in tesla's loan auto factory musk says humans are underrated general motors says that fifteen hundred workers will be laid off at the lordstown ohio plant the result of a shift that was eliminated gm cited a lower customer demand for compact cars the case for owning commodities has rarely been stronger according to goldman sachs bloomberg's greg jarrett reports with raw materials rally on escalating political tensions all across the globe and economic growth remains strong the banks analysts including jeffrey curry doubled down on their overweight recommendation they reiterated view the commodities will yield returns of ten percent over the next twelve months greg jarrett bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg view on bloomberg radio.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Marijuana is legal in california but for a couple of beachcombers it was also free there was quite a fine on the beach in santa barbara not so hidden in the regular seaweed that washed up on the beach was a different kind of a social media post showing two guys finding loose marijuana buds remnants from a massive amount harbor patrol supervisor eric ingram and says was found floating in the water result of either a dredging operation that was going on or smugly it's a possibility obviously didn't get it all we didn't go through all the rip rap to pick out pieces of marijuana rushed to the delight of these two guys oh jim roope los angeles president trump has reached an agreement with republican senator cory gardner do protect legalized marijuana from a federal crackdown the president has reportedly told gardner the marijuana industry in colorado will not be targeted by the us department of justice i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters tesla's ceo elon musk whose touted how automated his car assembly plant will be has good news for humans we still need your help mosk wrote in a tweet on friday that excessive automation at tesla was my mistake this was hours after cbs aired an interview in which he acknowledged putting too many robots and tesla's loan auto factory musk says humans are underrated a swiss investor advisory group ethos said credit suisse group's shareholders should vote against the banks 2017 compensation plan that's a split with overseas advisors ethos said compensation remains too high in light of the banks further losses the group's recommendation was reported earlier today by swiss newspaper f uw people familiar with the matter say private company dell technologies.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A labor dispute has been heating up at tesla's car assembly plant in fremont where workers have been trying to form a union here to talk about it is illicit john perry who's been covering this for kqed so elissa at least some workers at tesla one organiz and they say the company's been making it difficult now the federal government's gotten involved yeah the national labor relations board are the nlrb is a government agency that supposed to protect workers rates to unionize and even see recently found near it to the workers claims that tesla has been trying to intimidate then so the nlrb issued a complaint against the carmaker in the complain tarasov allegations that employees were stopped from passing out pamphlets and flyers promoting the union and were told to leave the premises another claim is that a supervisor in a meeting said tesla wood fire any employees who passed out leaflets stickers and fires that were authorized by the company you know if all of this found out to be true that would break federal law and tesla is supposed to respond to these claims some time this week have you spoke into the company yeah have a tesla spokesperson told kqed that these claims are pretty much baseless then the company blamed the united auto workers union four forcing employees to union is now here's what's interesting to me the nlrb actually highlighted nondisclosure agreements as one of the issues that keeping workers from forming the union because at a lot of tech companies people are required to sign these nondisclosure agreements right indy is our common in tech companies and in the beginning it's because a lot of them are working on cutting edge technologies so they don't want and pleased to share or steal their ideas but we've been seeing that some tech companies are saying to use these india's tests squash complaints about the workplace for example there have been reports that women who complain about sexual harassment lowerplaced we're told they couldn't talk about it publicly because these signs in nda now at tesla the nlrb says the nda that tesla employees have to sign doesn't allow workers to talk about the nature of their work or work conditions at the plant so if you can't talk about your work in dish and then you can make.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Getting to landed show voter bay de rockhampton twenty three had been accounted for officials have concerned it's no dunga a risky mission but a recovery mission for the bodies of the three missing us personnel president donald trump has been briefed on the incident next of kin have been notified the cause of the crash isn't yet noone scott might manage to cbs news brisbane australia new un move against north korea un security council of the hit north korean leader kim jonghoon it'll wallace because of his weapons programme the council's imposing new sanctions on his country america's yana bassett in nikki haley says she hopes these gets kim's attention the price the north korean leadership will pay for its continued nuclear and missile development it will be the loss of one third of its exports and hard currency the security council's already impose six rounds of sanctions that have failed to stop north korea's nuclear an intercontinental missile programmes sam litzinger cbs news in reaction north korea's deputy up the rhetoric against the us threatening to turn the american mainland into an unimaginable z of fire north druid party newspaper no done shinmun came out with that harsh threat while the un was intensifying sanctions in the aftermath of north druid latest test double longrange missile capable of hitting targets anywhere in the us ordered on kirk in seoul keeping an eye on all this at his new jersey golf resort and still insisting on twitter that he is not on vacation president trump was also involved again with the internal staff controversy once in new jersey the president defended his current national security advisor amid criticism from the far right wing of his own party saying in a statement general mcmaster anaya working very well together i am grateful for the work he continues to do said in our country mcmaster has been targeted by all right websites like breitbart floor among other things ousting nsa staff ideological aligned with chief strategist steve bannon correspondent oral bornet effort to unionize on asian own car assembly plant in mississippi has failed the united auto workers.

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"car assembly plant" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"car assembly plant" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Next of kin have been notified the cause of the crash isn't yet noone scott maamun for cbs news brisbane australia president trump took to twitter praise new un economic action against north korea here's correspondent sam litzinger un security council's what are the hit north korean leader kim jongun of a wallis because of his weapons programme the council's imposing new sanctions on his count free america's yana bassett in nikki haley says she hopes this gets kim's attention the price the north korean leadership will pay for its continued nuclear and missile development will be the loss of one third of its exports and hard currency the security council's already impose six rounds of sanctions that have failed to stop north korea's nuclear an intercontinental missile programmes sam litzinger cbs news keeping an eye on all of this at his new jersey golf resort in insisting on twitter that he is not on vacation president trump who is also involved again with internal staff controversy reported by correspondent arrow born at once in new jersey the president defended his current national security advisor and made criticism from the far right wing of his own party saying in a statement general mcmaster anaya eia working very well together i am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country east have been targeted by all right websites like breitbart four among other things ousting nsa staff ideologue generally aligned with chief strategist steve bannon the effort to unionize on a asian owned car assembly plant in mississippi has failed at least for now but the united auto workers say they will try again at that nissan planned in canton mississippi w j tvs katie role is their workers at the plant had been divided over whether to you neither nine and both sides have been campaigning for months people for the union say they just want to voice that matters at the mega corporation those again say joining is just too big of a gamble in unnecessary trento really trafford minutes with the state of mississippi we could continue to grow northwestern university professor on our university of oxford finance officer or now jailed in california in the death of a young hairdresser in chicago police say wyndham away from andrew warren had been on the run for about eight days before they surrendered in the san francisco area both remained jailed on saturday investigators say late them how to personal relationship with the victim.

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