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"ceo adam aron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The pandemic until there's a vaccine cinema chain. Amc says it's in talks with more than a dozen strategic investors to raise money to stay in business. Ceo adam aron is hoping to keep the movie theater chain afloat until at least next summer when they expect to see a covid nineteen vaccine and they can release an estimated backlog of forty four blockbuster films delayed by the pandemic amc also talking with landlords asking for a break or delay on rent payments for now erin says. The company has enough money to last through the end of the year. Amc had warned investors last month that a potential bankruptcy is on the table. Giacosa fox new the cruise industry throwing in the towel on hopes of restarting operations. This year days after both carnival and norwegian extended the halt on cruises through the end of the year the group that represents cruise lines said all its members have agreed to extend the suspension to and also to spend operations for the rest of the year. This comes just days after the. Cdc lifted it's no sal order despite an uptick in cases of covid nineteen. I'm lisa lacerra. This is fox news. If finding a high impact hires a serious goal for your business use indeed flexible payment options mean better. Bang for your buck with no long term. Contracts indeed will even give you a seventy five dollars credit for your first job post. At indeed dot com forward slash fox terms and conditions apply more fanciful facial hair. They need the beards. They're tough exoskeleton that protects these young people from the non whimsical realities of life. The us fish and wildlife service says it's the largest on record in brooklyn sanitation crews are working overtime to clean up the loose whiskers. The exhibiting males have left behind the effect youths. Multiseason comes right before their mating season. When.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WTOP
"Stations remain closed but self service kiosks are open twenty four seven in Virginia DMV customer service centers are gradually reopening serving customers by appointment only eleven fourteen you may have heard that the nation's largest movie theater chain changed its position on mask wearing AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron now says its theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening which should begin next month AMC theatres had earlier said it would not require masks but would defer to local officials that sparked a trend on Twitter hashtag boycott AMC gamblers are back at several Maryland casinos after three month closures due to the corona virus outbreak one of the state's largest casinos Maryland live open Friday night at a Rundle mills with only top tier V. I. P. is in attendance and numerous restrictions in place casinos in Cumberland Ocean City and Perryville have also reopened the state's biggest casino MGM national harbor in prince George's county remains closed the horseshoe casino in Baltimore scheduled to reopen on June twenty eighth I had in sports Ben Raby remembering some very memorable father's day plus it's father's day so there has to be golf and then after traffic and weather a Virginia city restricts where people can carry firearms WTOP news time eleven fifteen email sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thing read now to Ben Raby for just the second time in the last one hundred years there is no Major League Baseball on father's day it also happened in nineteen eighty one during a players strike but when there have been games on father's day there have also been special moments father's day nineteen sixty seven Astros rookie Dan Wilson threw the first no hitter at the Houston Astrodome father's day two thousand four with his dad in attendance Ken Griffey junior hit his five hundredth career Homer and father's day two thousand six right here in DC the legend of Ryan Zimmerman was born at RFK stadium with the nationals trailing the New York Yankees two to one Zimmerman stepped up in the bottom of the ninth with one on and one out going to pick.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Because he had no symptoms and Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room get set for phase two New York City the region hardest hit by the pandemic will be the last in the state to move into the second stage tomorrow several indoor businesses are allowed to reopen but with limits on capacity and with mandatory social distancing you can dine outdoors at a restaurant you can get a hair cut hair salons and barber shops will open but they're waiting areas will be closed some offices are back in business in store retail and curbside pickup is available Saudi Aramco the world's biggest oil exporter has begun cutting hundreds of jobs as it looks to reduce costs after a slump in energy prices Aramco is letting go of mostly foreign staff across several divisions the company employs almost eighty thousand people Bloomberg energy reporter Matthew Martin it seems like this first round of layoffs mostly focusing on the expatriate workforce which is always we can be quite expensive having bring those in quotations sayings that he thought I was going to be easier politically in the country as well it creates all this economic slump cool was falling apart and I'm gutted nineteen nine X. three was last quoted at thirty nine seventy five a barrel AMC entertainment holdings is backpedaling and will require guests to wear face coverings when its theaters reopen next month we get more on that from Bloomberg's Charlie palette the movie chain was facing outrage from customers over its mask policy CEO Adam Aron said in a statement quote with the full support of our scientific advisors we are reversing course it goes on to say as we re open theaters we will now require that all AMC gas nationwide wear masks as they enter and enjoy movies in our theaters Erin said he received quote intense and immediate outcry from customers after the optional mass policy was announced last week Charlie Papa Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg daybreak weekend or global look at the top stories in the coming week from March they break anchors all around the world straight ahead on the program apple's first pandemic worldwide developers conference I'm John Tucker in New York hi many Morris can Democrats turned street protester energy into support at the polls what what you're hearing in London where we discussing the mystic news about a brexit trade deal between the UK and the and in Asia I'm Brian Curtis here in Hong Kong we look at economies opening up across the region some wins and a few issues that's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak on Bloomberg eleven three oh New York Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington DC Bloomberg one oh six one Boston Bloomberg nine sixty seven Francisco Sirius XM one nineteen and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business at good day to you on John Tucker hand we.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Townhall dot com or on the rocks president trump is back on the stumps officially tonight holding his first rally since March White House correspondent Greg Clugston it will be there with president in Tulsa Oklahoma with the event kicks off at eight PM eastern the president is resuming his big boisterous rallies which came to a halt because of the corona virus outbreak tonight inside and outside the B. okay arena in Tulsa Oklahoma tens of thousands of people will be on hand to see the president would have a great time we're going to talk about our nation we're gonna talk about where we're going where we've come from the rally comes despite concerns about putting the public's health at risk it also takes place amid a national conversation about racial equality and the use of police force Greg Clugston Washington a federal judge this morning ruled that national security adviser John Bolton can move forward in publishing his tell all book despite efforts by the trump administration to block the release sale talk host and former trump adviser Dr Sebastian Gorka dismisses the books excerpt John Bolton who I used to consider a friend and a and a patron Ahmad said this nation honorably for years it is not a relevance Manhattan U. S. attorney who'd been investigating allies of president trump now is refusing to leave after being ousted the justice department pushed out Geoffrey Berman and put out a statement Friday night saying he had resigned as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York hours later Berman put out his own statement saying I have not resigned and have no intention of resigning and that ongoing investigations would continue he was looking into trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and other allies a source in the justice department says the US attorney for New Jersey will temporarily replace Berman starting July third and the White House says president trump will nominate SEC chairman Jay Clayton for the position Julie Walker New York more details at town hall dot com police selector the effective pain relief that really really works how do I know that I don't have a script I don't have talking points I live it's I've been taking it for a year and a half I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years almost a decade I took really effective for two weeks yes two weeks and my pain was gone and it's still gone that's experience of tens of thousands of Americans are taking really factor right now don't take my word for it see their incredible video testimonials it really factor dot com and then find out for yourself if this incredible drug free product could work for you as well as it does for me and tens of thousands of Americans it's a very very simple Gary thank you don't come out of the three weeks of the pack will be at your door in three days or less and I guarantee it doctor Jeez guarantee if you take it morning and evening as do hi three weeks by the end of that time you will know if it works for you like it works for me the bank of England's apologizing for the links past governors of the institution had with slavery the central bank is called the trade in human beings an unacceptable part of English history and pledged not to display any images of former leaders who had any involvement the decision comes off to two British companies on Thursday published to financially support projects assisting minorities after being called out the pulse rules in the slave trade in the wake of George Floyd's death racial equality protests have spread around the world I'm protest is taking the stand about the portrayal of people who profited from the slave trade Charles there this month London five years ago today Max Scherzer pitched a no hitter losing his perfect game with two outs in the ninth when he hit a batter in the Washington nationals six nothing win over the Pittsburgh Pirates breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com the nation's largest movie theater chain reverses its position on mask wearing less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron said Friday that its leaders will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening which will begin in mid July customers who don't wear masks won't be admitted or allowed to stay rival chain regal followed AMC's lead spokesman Richard Grover said Friday the movie goers must wear masks it all of its theaters as well Patrick frost reporting shooting before dawn this morning in Seattle's chop zone has left one person dead and another critically injured in the hospital it's not clear if anybody was taken into custody police are pretty tight lipped with no immediate details about how the shooting unfolded they do say though that the investigation.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The nation's largest movie theater chain has reversed an earlier decision AMC theatres has changed its position on mask wearing less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue CEO Adam Aron says theaters will require patrons to wear basketball and re opening which will begin in July AMC theaters when wasn't the first to say it would defer to officials on the mask issue but it hit a nerve for many and hash boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter John Scott reporting bank of England's apologize for the links past governors of the institution of had with slavery banks calling the trade of human beings and unacceptable part of English history and pledge not to display any images of former leaders who had any involvement in the practice check out more breaking news and analysis both the town hall dot com I'm Rhonda roster a federal judge yesterday said he was approving a fifty billion dollar plan by the nation's largest utility when the contentious bankruptcy saga the saga that began after Pacific gas electric's outdated equipment ignited wildfires in California that killed more than a hundred people wiped out entire towns led the company to confess to crimes driven by it's great in the collect the decision by U. S. bankruptcy judge Dennis Montella clears the way for PGA to pay twenty five point five billion dollars for losses from devastating fires in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen under cross reporting Smith and Wesson brands fourth quarter revenue.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"B. J. fox news I'm cared in the queue as president trump prepares for his first post pandemic rally tonight in Tulsa Oklahoma one of his strongest supporters says this will be a great opportunity to spotlight the nation's economic rebound our country and our economy has been hit by terrible pandemic unleashed on the world by China many people are still out of work they're still struggling to get back on their feet but we are starting to see a great American comeback read the best jobs report ever just earlier this month we're gonna see the economy continue to grow Arkansas senator Tom cotton on fox the unemployment rate stands at fourteen point seven percent the country's largest movie theater chain doing an about face AMC CEO Adam Aron now says when doors reopen in mid July all patrons must wear masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus rival chain regal cinemas says that goes for them as well America is listening to fox hi little did I know when I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top ten list for what has made this year I can see my position I can be referred to the lab I can then be referred to the pharmacy on the same bill you've got it all I mean it's it's quality of care is compassionate care it's convenience is this is unique as a commission of experts to one one the services Rockville Maryland two zero eight five two when you're living with polycythemia.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"People but they will not have died in vain our country will go on and we're going to be stronger than ever before the president's Twitter video also mentioning improve retail sales and jobs numbers Andy field ABC news Washington an act of kindness by an American Indian tribe over one hundred years ago is being remembered and reciprocated in eighteen forty seven the Choctaw tribe in Oklahoma sent money to Ireland to help those starving during the potato famine today's money probably would be a little bit more than five thousand dollars but they said it was more than just the giving it was the giving up hope the current chief of the tribe Gary baton says the charitable act created an N. during bond it's time in their history books fast forward to today when native Americans in the U. S. have been hard hit by the corona virus of fund was set up to raise money and the Irish like Patrick Curran generously responded from most Irish people think this idea all finding colors a sense of remembrance Steve Cason CBS news a grim a covert it nineteen a milestone in Brazil but as ABC's clear by our reports from Rio de Janeiro life goes on with no end in sight it's Brazil has passed one million confirmed cases of coronavirus just four months after the first infection was detected and scientists say that number could be as much as six times higher nearly fifty thousand people have died so far and experts say the outbreak is still weeks away from its peak but the country is reopening with St Thomas and shopping malls gradually springing back to life and professional soccer players returning to the stadiums clay Barry B. C. news revision error result the nation's largest movie theater chain AMC changing its stance on mask wearing this change comes less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron now says theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening which will be next month AMC theatres not the first to say it would defer to officials on the mask issue but it hit a nerve for many on Thursday and boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The margin in celebration of Juneteenth demonstrate being successful trying to pull the statues down did return later and got them from where they sell a gram of milestone for Brazil in the covert nineteen pandemic with no end in sight Brazil has passed one million confirmed cases of coronavirus just four months after the first infection was detected Brazil still has no health minister the loss to left office after clashing with president bulls not who has repeatedly called the virus and media trick and a little flu balls in order for his part is under increasing pressure from several criminal investigations the closing in on him and his family click our ABC news readers narrow Brazil the country's largest movie theater chain is changing its position on mask wearing less than one day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron says theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon their re opening which will be sometime next month AMC theatres not the first to say it would defer to officials on the mask issue but it hit a nerve for many and boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter there is a movie theater in Bryan Texas that is re opening for the first time since the pandemic here's Kendall Hogan of K. B. T. X. television the smell and sound of popcorn fills the air at premier theatre in Bryan general manager Andrea Fletcher says after an abrupt shutdown from Kobe nineteen things.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"People but they will not have died in vain our country will go on and we're going to be stronger than ever before the president's Twitter video also mentioning improve retail sales and jobs numbers A. B. V. old ABC news Washington an act of kindness by an American Indian tribe over one hundred years ago being remembered and reciprocated in eighteen forty seven the Choctaw tribe in Oklahoma sent money to Ireland to help those starving during the potato famine today's money probably would be a little bit more than five thousand dollars but they said it was more than just the giving it was the giving up hope the current chief of the tribe Gary baton says the charitable act created an N. during bond it's time in their history books fast forward to today when native Americans in the U. S. have been hard hit by the coronavirus of fund was set up to raise money and the Irish white Patrick Curran generously responded also Irish people think this is like the halts finding colors a sense of remembrance Steve Cason CBS news well to groom Coley did nineteen milestone in Brazil but as ABC's clear by our reports from Rio de Janeiro life is going on with no end in sight Brazil has passed one million confirmed cases of coronavirus just four months after the first infection was detected and scientists say that number could be as much as six times higher nearly fifty thousand people have died so far and experts say the outbreak is still weeks away from its peak but the country is reopening with St Thomas and shopping malls gradually springing back to life and professional soccer players returning to the stadium's club Barry B. C. news revision error result the nation's largest movie theater chain AMC changing its stance on mask wearing the change coming less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying that it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron now says its theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening next month AMC theatres not the first to say it would defer to officials on the mask issue it but it hit a nerve for many on Thursday and boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter and a book causing quite a backlash inside and outside of the courtroom the trump cabinet member taking aim at former White House national security adviser John Bolton over his new book here's ABC's Martha Raddatz a president's team live it secretary of state Mike Pompeii calling Bolton a trader accusing his former colleague of spreading lies fully spun half truths and outright falsehoods the justice department trying to get the book suppressed on national.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Five six two corvettes drivers lined up in Inglewood before parading down Manchester city that's kind of been the back burner of history for too long and I think with recent events you know recent history is people are just trying to come together and celebrate one another's highland burns was one of the organizers of the parade a casual affair with a couple hundred cars driven by guys like J. K. from open this time we make some real changes it says the plate was just organized in the last couple weeks gonna be a lot of black girl black boy joy in Inglewood Chris and Carla okay fine dudes and bring down the lights and put on the mask the nation's largest movie theater chain has changed its policy on wearing masks a day after social media lit up on AMC's announcement it would defer to local governments on whether people would have to wear face coverings or not AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron now says everyone will be required to wear masks when Peter three open starting July fifteenth Cinemark and regal had earlier said they would defer to local governments on the mask issue but it was a and see that sparked social media outrage this week hash tag boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter Amy king KFI news for the latest on businesses re opening across socal check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com key word open socal weather from KFI a sunny Saturday after the burn off mid sixties at the beach seventies and eighties inland gradually warmer on father's day and into Monday right now Sherman oaks reporting fifty nine degrees at sixty two and Downey sixty two in Brea and sixty two degrees in the city of Irvine we believe that local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill Stewart press you know on the two ten freeway.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Six two corvettes drivers lined up in Inglewood before parading down Manchester city that's kind of been the back burner of history for too long and I think with recent events you know recent history is people are just trying to come together and celebrate one another's filing burns was one of the organizers of the parade a casual affair with a couple hundred cars driven by guys like J. K. from there I'm open this time we make some real changes it says the plate was just organized in the last couple weeks gonna be a lot of black girl black boy joy in Inglewood Chris and Carla okay fine dudes and bring down the lights and put on the mask the nation's largest movie theater chain has changed its policy on wearing masks a day after social media lit up on AMC's announcement it would defer to local governments on whether people would have to wear face coverings or not AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron now says everyone will be required to wear masks when Peter three open starting July fifteenth Cinemark and regal had earlier said they would defer to local governments on the mask issue but it was a MC that sparked social media outrage this week hash tag boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter Amy king KFI news for the latest on businesses re opening across socal check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com key word open socal weather from KFI a sunny Saturday after the burn off mid sixties at the beach seventies and eighties inland gradually warmer on father's day and into Monday right now Sherman oaks reporting fifty nine degrees at sixty two in Downey sixty two in Brea and sixty two degrees in the city of Irvine we lead local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill Stewart bell gardens there's a work some seven dead north.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on AP News
"We it takes to turn the economy back on the longer it will take to recover and if we don't recover then of course there's this big literature that shows that that has a lot of health consequences and so it's a very difficult thing to trade off extended shutdowns with the risk of creating a depression Oklahoma one of the states with an increase in corona virus cases the mayor of Tulsa declaring a civil emergency setting a curfew for the area around the arena where president trump plans to hold a campaign rally tomorrow night the Merrill Louisville Kentucky says one of the three police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will be fired as Wall Street heads to the close the Dow is down one hundred twenty one points this is a P. news the bank of England apologizes for its past role in slavery the central bank is called the trade in human beings an unacceptable part of English history and pledged not to display any images of former leaders who had any involvement the decision comes off to two British companies on Thursday promised to financially support projects assisting minorities after being called out for paas rules in the slave trade in the wake of George Floyd's death racial equality protests have spread around the world and protest is taking the stand about the portrayal of people who profited from the slave trade Charles the last month London AMC the nation's largest movie theater chain changes its mask policy less than a day after saying it would defer to local governments CEO Adam Aron now says customers will be required to wear masks those who don't won't be admitted or allowed to stay I'm timid wire AP news Juneteenth is being celebrated with renewed vigor amid protests against police brutality and a national reassessment of systemic racism in many cities marches and rallies are being held before the traditional cookouts and picnics in the park in New York Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams addressed the crowd at the Juneteenth freedom day rally this must come into this.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Following a monthslong coronavirus lockdown people are riding roller coasters again in Japan but somehow it's not quite the same that's because riders are being asked to refrain from screaming to prevent the spread of the corona virus your hands are gonna be is opening slowly and cautiously with strict social distancing requirements still in place the delicate new normal balancing act is playing out around the world including in Japan whose long stagnant economy sorely needs tourism exports and thriving small businesses to avoid sliding deeper into recession rich Thomason reporting the city of Phoenix approved a measure requiring the use of face masks to ward off the spread of the corona viruses Arizona hit an all time high for new daily cases in an emergency meeting Friday mayor cake I A. go send the city council voted to make masks or face coverings mandatory in that order goes into effect at six AM Saturday news and analysis at town hall dot com I'm Keith Peters two Canadians detained in China face charges in a while way link K. sinking prosecutors have charged the two with spine is an apparent bid to step up pressure on Canada to drop US extradition request for wall where executive under house arrest in Vancouver Michael covert was charged by Beijing on suspicion of spying for state secrets and intelligence well Michael's father who's charging dongle the city near the north Korean border on suspicion of spying for a foreign entity and illegally providing state secrets both men have been held for eighteen months I'm Charles the last month the nation's largest movie theater chain has changed his position on mass scoring less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres CEO Adam Aron said its theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening more on these stories at town hall dot com.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The virus the state has become a national coronavirus hot spot since Arizona governor Doug Ducey lifted stay at home orders last month on Wednesday Ducey reversed himself and allowed local governments to mandate the use of face masks in public to slow the spread of the corona virus Tucson and flagstaff are among the cities that have imposed such mandates now the nation's largest movie theater chain changed its position on a mask wearing less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue AMC theatres its CEO Adam Aron said today that its theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon re opening which will begin in next month AMC theaters wasn't the first to say it would defer to officials on the mask issue but it hit a nerve for many and boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter napa valley or wineries have begun opening their tasting rooms to the public after almost three months of pandemic prompted closures KPFA is Karen are good reports there has been a steady stream of visitors to the wine country since napa county wineries have re opened their doors but it's definitely a different experience for wine lovers this summer most wineries have an appointment only policy and are following strict guidelines that the napa valley vintners association proposed for tasting room operations in a covert nineteen world Christopher lined is director of hospitality at least winery in Yountville he says signs out the door with various safety protocols body temperature checks and of course masks will be new to those coming to the valley so in table our staff will be able to to pour wine and and you know or work I mean we're looking forward to it you know we love people that's why we're in hospitality I mean the thing about that is this year is going to be a great year the white businesses started ramping back up we worked on a cruise ship this year you know it when this whole thing here we're only like it was just a bummer but the the shipping of wine across US numbers will tastings have done on it been an absolute like I circled my wine maker at the Korea and cardinal Chris carpenter agrees carpenter says virtual tastings have definitely changed the industry in a positive way because of the new customer groups that they haven't thought of engaging with before I have occasion coming up with the group in a porch now they may not have embraced the kind of kid from that I'm going to be doing more damage than only a year ago they would as expected me to fly to Singapore and do a winemaker gender or age master class in front of a group of people right now they're very much into this and am doing one for a group of soldiers in London Carmody says cove it won't stop the vines from growing and harvesting coming so wineries are doing what it takes to keep vineyard workers safe this is an alternate problem for us the perspective is if one of those guys or gals get sick we have to quarantine that entire staff and or keep them all to two weeks or so before they can all come back we don't have the cameras to keep those plants healthy if we if we're not keeping our people healthy as well K. support as winemaker and owner Julie Johnson was a part of the napa valley vintners winery safety protocol task force she says it's been a long winter and the real concern is how long will it take visitors to feel comfortable coming back we're certainly not going to be getting visitors from overseas any time spent much less people from New Jersey but we you know we want people to come here feeling like they're courteous and required to be safe to our employees but we you know we need the business as well it's going to be a great partnership between gas and wineries and it always has been there's always magic that's been created the magic for napa and Sonoma county wineries could be consumers having to stay local for the foreseeable future wine enthusiasts won't be able to go abroad to fill their tasting thirst so if heading to Bordeaux or Burgundy is out of the question the North Bay wine countries may fill that void for KPFA I'm Karen are good apple is closing eleven stores in Arizona Florida North Carolina and South Carolina that it had re opened just a few weeks ago that infections in some states particularly those that began loosening the restrictions requiring most people to stay home apple announcement sparked the selloff on the New York Stock Exchange today more than half of the nation's business owners say they have had trouble of it nineteen pandemic with one of every five racking up more debt Ross Bramley ports small businesses employ half of all U. S. workers but the number of independent family owned businesses in the back with January of this year most truck tell Newsome was small army it gonna be dismissed in that those who sounded like as if I felt like he does as a tablet but has he been masking okay but if I put the lesson about soda it's just the coolest most of India's techno photobucket political settlements in in that in that case one of my medical thought thought about it the that's what I meant it but been there by now and they do not auto.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A little village Russian division the near west side and Wesley the city's public health director is warning people to continue to take covert nineteen seriously and maintain social distancing and also to wear masks in public to spread that to prevent the spread of the virus has re opening begins in Chicago many businesses are worried about whether customers will show up concerns about covert nineteen and possible future protest and unrest could keep people away but right after the mayor announced phase three would begin many business owners began preparing to re open Jude sandy Jago at the hair apothecary says extra costs come with the re opening but a lot of people are doing and I can't really blame them it's really expensive to re open my boss had to open it should by all replacing air purifiers and mass and she had to spend a lot of money to reopen and we haven't made any money for the past the extra costs and lost revenue some businesses have added a surcharge parts of downtown Arlington Heights have been transformed to allow outdoor dining starting tonight they're calling in Arlington alfresco restaurants will set up tables and chairs and parts of Vail Avenue and Campbell street that's part of the village is planned to help restaurants get back on their feet after being closed for months because of the pandemic they're still using social distancing public works departments installed fences for pedestrian walkways in that area one man is facing federal charges for torching a police car on Saturday during Chicago's violence police say Timothy o'donnell was wearing a joker mask when he set fire to a squad car in the two hundred block of north State Street photographs of the incident led to his arrest is some of them showed his distinctive tattoo on his neck he and his mask profound in his apartment in the seven hundred block of nineteenth place yesterday when authorities took him into custody a teacher who lives in the Edgewater neighborhood found a way to bring smiles to strangers by posting a sign with a different dad joke on his window every day he started as a way to bring some laughs during the pandemic now year burns Steen has developed quite a following almost none of the jokes are mine I find them online I find them on Twitter I find them and then after that actually called dad joke but it's not hard to find I invite them they just put them every day currency is a teacher at the Bernards L. day school watch out John Williams now with WGN sports here stating that it bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky hasn't had much to say lately but he did take to social media Tuesday to lend his voice to the dialogue on racial injustice in the wake of the death of George Floyd Trubisky said while I could never understand what his many black teammates I've had to experience he empathizes with them and stands with them in the fight against racial injustices he tagged his post black lives matter hashtag justice for George Flores but former bears defensive coordinator and current brought because head coach Vic Fangio says while Floyd's death was a societal issue he doesn't see racism is a problem in the NFL couple of NFL players responded on social media Seahawks running back Chris Carson calling Fangio a joke NBA board of governors set to vote tomorrow on a return to play plan ESPN reports the season could go till October twelfth if the NBA finals go seven games heard B. twenty two teams involved they would play regular season games and then the playoffs sixteen teams that currently hold playoff spots plus another six within striking distance the bulls would not be in it major league soccer players have been skipping voluntary training sessions of the union had approved economic concessions Sunday including pay cuts but the league is threading a lockout Dave edit WGN sports your money on WGN sponsored by T. mobile for business visit T. mobile for business dot com U. S. businesses shed nearly three million jobs in may as the economic damage from the pandemic stretched into a third month of the payroll company ADP has reported this morning that businesses let go a combined twenty two point six million jobs since March virus forced employers to shutter offices factories gyms in schools while demand from consumers for gasoline clothing airline tickets hotel rooms and restaurant meals quickly vanished this morning as we head to the opening bell in about twenty minutes Dow futures are up nearly two hundred fifty points nasdaq and S. and P. futures are up a nearly a half a percent as well AMC theatres expects to post a first quarter loss as high as two point four billion dollars the world's biggest movie theater chain says the loss is due in part to shutting down all of its theaters because of the pandemic AMC is owned by Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda group says its furloughed or laid off more than twenty six thousand employees also for load all six hundred corporate staff members including the CEO Adam Aron and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC's Jason Nathanson the sequel Top Gun maverick is still scheduled to open June twenty fourth and the head of Ames he says he hopes theater AMC CEO Adam Aron tells CNBC that screens could be showing films again by mid June but also noted that nothing is for certain this comes after this week's Sony moved most of its major releases to next year causing some to speculate that the lucrative summer box office season might be blown out completely and when theaters do re open air doesn't think there will be lingering fears about gathering a crowd saying people are feeling cooped up and want to get out and have life returned to normal J. citizens an ABC news Hollywood now today's consumer debt brought to you by Safeway and Albertsons strengthening neighborhoods changing lives one of the positive things about staying safe at home at least for me is spending more time with the family my wife for the dog and cat salmon buster just love having us around more I know that some people are worried about getting their pets sick or catching the corona virus from their furry family members so I checked with the experts to date there's not been any reports of pets or other domestic animals becoming ill no evidence that the can spread it Dr John how is president of the American veterinary medical association all the virus can be transmitted through contact with a contaminated surface with pets the porous materials such as further hair tends to absorb and trap a lot of viruses and pathogens so it makes it much harder to contracted through them through touch now because all animals carry germs that can make people sick the CDC says it's always a good idea to wash your hands after handling the animals their food their waste or supplies.
"ceo adam aron" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"So far it is it hasn't been moved off but a lot of things have been moved especially out of the summer dates so we don't know yet what we do know is the head of AMC theaters the CEO Adam Aron said to CNBC that he hopes to begin showing films again by mid June Top Gun is released on July and June twenty fourth so that would fall within that time frame but they also said we really have no idea when things are gonna opening I still have a lot of movies obviously had to postpone filming and and what not they're just you know for allowing people are just not having people come in yeah a lot of the there are a lot of the a lot of the studios have followed a lot of their staff a lot of people are not working there are movies that were in production that were shut down and the they can't finish a bunch of them I know they're working on special facts on a bunch of movies that weren't able to finish a lot of those and there are a lot of movies that are finished they just can't be released like a moon launch was supposed to be released last week I saw it before this all happened it's ready to go but you know with a lot of these movies especially the big budget ones the studios won't make their money back if they release them at home they're just like in that you just don't get that kind of money you need a big studio big movie studio release so they're waiting in pushing those phones back hoping to get those later this year but then you just had Sony this week that's the one studio who pushed back all of its major releases almost all the cover one film in till next year so they're not gonna be releasing any major films at all this year so if if the rest of the studios go that way by summer some of the biggest box office the biggest money maker for the studios if the films aren't released in the summer we're gonna see a real real tragedy in the film industry ABC's Jason Nathanson is with us from Hollywood let's talk tiger King we've been spending so much time talking about tiger King Baskin is not happy with how she was portrayed is that right she is not in the film you have Joe exotic and Carole Baskin there the two main characters I guess if you want to call it it is a docu series so they actually are real people they are characters as well now in Callebaut give not happy with how she's been portrayed she says and she wrote it on her garner website big cat rescue website that says when the doctor first came to her five years ago they wanted to do an expose about the people in the big cat world and show how you're not supposed to pet animals you're not supposed to go to a lot of these places because they're just abusing animals she thought it was gonna be like black fish that was a Netflix documentary about sea world in the mistreatment of animals there that's what she was taught she was participating in but what may god or what she got was what you guys a salacious and sensational series that's just full of life in a new window and she goes through and it's really long on our website if you want to go check it out but she goes through point by point of all the things that she does that they lied about one of the big ones being this is the kind of implication or did any window that she killed her husband now her husband went missing in nineteen ninety seven nobody knows what happened on vanished off the face of the earth and in the series if you seen it Hey come heavily implied that she had something to do with that she says that's absolutely not the case and that's that chase and I wish we had more time talking about tiger king eight thank you so much for being with us arctic air all right O. J. Simpson OJ Simpson justice posting online that he believes Carole Baskin killed her husband now that's kind of OJ Simpson ironic kia is talking about people killing their spouse interest saying that Carole Baskin the made her husband the tiger she she me and she's getting away with murder I don't think you need to B. commenting on stuff like that I don't think people need to be following what OJ Simpson says on social media that's what I think this is on TMZ who teach I'm sorry what an article I think Carole Baskin gonna write a book saying if I did it's if I fed the Tigers to my husband just like this is how it would have been right all O. J. saying that he believes Carole Baskin former husband was fed to the Tigers he would know yeah he had to know about killing people he added now it's four twenty six of W. T. M. J. just used as if it doesn't I how about some news about your money on this Wednesday afternoon that is Tom Newman with the W. T. M. J. drinking associates market update U. S. stocks tumble today after president trump warned Americans that it's going to be a painful two weeks as deaths from the corona virus spread throughout the country the Dow Jones industrial average fell nine hundred and seventy three points while the S. and P. five hundred index and the nasdaq composite both slipped four point four one percent the coordinator of the federal government's response to the pandemic sent as many as two hundred thousand Americans were projected to die in the outbreak sentiment was also dented by factory data from Tokyo to London that revealed output slumping in nearly every major economy as supply chains have buckled plants have shuttered and workers have remained home for fear of contracting the virus in the U. S. companies trim payrolls by twenty seven thousand in early March according to eighty P. but the data is just the start of what is expected to be among the.