21 Burst results for "Chairman Emeritus"

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markets All right coming up it is fed day We're going to get a preview in this half hour from Jennifer Lee senior economist and managing director with BMO capital markets Plus a lot of news flow coming out of China as it relates to the regulations of financial markets and companies And we have China news I say let's get the leading voice in all things China That would be Leland Miller CEO I'm trying to base international He's going to join us to give us the latest from trying to but first Let's go to Greg Jarrett and Getty Bloomberg business flash Great Just got a hot headline here Paul crude oil inventories are up 4.35 million barrels according to the EIA and West Texas intermediate is down about 1.3% more on that coming up It's stocks are up after the Kremlin hinted that progress in peace talks with Ukraine adding to positive sentiment stoked by China's vow to stabilize its markets treasuries in the dollar retreated before the Federal Reserve policy decision today which you will hear here on Bloomberg radio S&P 500 is up 1.9% of 80,000 up 1.4% of 457 NASDAQ's up 2.9% of 376 the ten year is down 8 30 seconds The yield 2.17% West Texas intermediate is now down 1.3% at 95 17 a barrel comics gold is down 1.1% in 1909 20 announced the dollar Ann one 1832 the Euro A dollar ten 25 the British found the dollar 31 O 8 Starbucks says CEO Kevin Johnson plans to retire next month and chairman emeritus Howard Schultz will return his interim CEO retaking the range of the company he grew from a local coffee roaster into global phenomenon Almost 8% now Starbucks stock That is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now Paul Sweeney And Matt Miller All right Greg.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KTOK

"The record. I'm Glenn Falkner Lippert Tonight We're talking with the West Bledsoe, a citizen advocate, founder and chairman emeritus of an organization called a Perfect Cause. It's ah purpose was to protect and take care of Oklahoma and national nursing home residents for more than 20 years with Bledsoe has been looking into these issues, and now Cove ID is a giant part of that. Anthony Kemmerich is my co host, and he is the owner and editor of a new website called in telescopes dot com. I n t e l i s c o p x dot com. An online media for in depth, National security, news, insight and analysis. And what we've learned over the past few months with each of Tony's colleagues is AH, there is a great deal of agreement on the fact that there has not been an overall plan. Although Tony And Connie Potter and others were part of the 60 researchers who actually developed a plan for a pandemic back in 2006, and it was never implemented or Possibly even read. So tonight we're ah, catching everybody up and west. I can tell you that Connie Potter. Her first statement was much like yours. This is not a drill. And I think we're right back where we started five months ago with the very first interview Tony, though I wanted to have you address in telescopes dot com because There are many different articles by many of your colleagues addressing this Covad threat to our homeland security. Could you tell us a little bit about some of the articles on the website? Yeah. We just published one today. Its title as covert Continue deadly rampage, temp screening check and sought by D. H S, which is the Department of Homeland Security. Is a premium content story. It's 99 cents, but Ah, premium content. Material is chemical later. Hey, you do not have to pay until you reach a $5 limit. So you get the article immediately. You know, we have to Our premium content, But there's a lot of free content there to a CZ. Well, most were doing advertising. But I wanted to say that Um I'm looking for here right now. It was very important about what CDC has done. Um The CDC and the office of the assistant secretary for preparedness and Response. Their latest Five code. 19 Pandemic planning scenarios were last updated two months ago on July Chen Based on data received by the CDC through June 29th. CDC said. Quote. Future UPDATES may incorporate new information from Sarah Survey studies which provide data on the total number of people infected, in addition to reported symptomatic cases. But to date, these data suggests that there may be fewer unreported infections that what was assumed and its may 20th estimates, which incorporated estimates of under reported Door reporting derive from a variety of sources, including data on the incidence of Kobe's like illnesses. Uh, care seeking behaviors. Cheston practices impatient now patient settings. And estimates of test sensitivity. This was nearly two months. This is too much old data. The CDC says it's supposed to be quote designed to help inform decisions by public health officials who used mathematical modeling and by mathematical Um, our worst throughout the federal government models develop using the data provided in the planning scenario, tables can help evaluate the potential effects of different community mitigation strategies. E g social distancing. CDC said. This document was first posted on May 20th with the understanding that the parameter values in each five scenarios would be updated. Augment it over time. As we learn more about the epidemiology of code 19 But that's the last update was on July 10th, based on data received by CDC on June 0.9. And CDC concedes. Quote. Well. New data on covert 19 are available daily information about the biological and epidemiological characteristics of code 19, which is caused by Sorrows Cove to remain limited. And uncertainty remains around nearly all parameter values. That is unbelievable. You're relying on a three month old information that has not been updated. Which is something Connie alluded to last week. There's not an information flow. Tony, If I could put this in perspective is this something like Flying a jet in the clouds without any instruments and the mountains. Could could anything go along with this? Because we're flying blind here. The question is what could go right? No, we're not. We're not. We're not through them. Even the first wave. You know, And look at what we're at What? Ah 180,000 deaths. You know, I predicted this a long time ago. A lot of people in our community virologist and epidemiologist, public health experts who know this stuff We predicted this. Ah! I'm surprised that that number is at the number of it is the death number is at the level it is right now. We're going into fall. We're going to end and to influenza season after we've had two of the worst influenza outbreak seasons in the last two years. You combine that with possible we know that Koven are Stars Cove to which causes code 19. Has mutated and has become more infectious. People are still a symptomatic, so we're gonna have that on top. Of God knows, but strains of mutated influenza viruses this upcoming season because they mutate every year. Vaccines for influenza are based on the previous year's predominant strains. So you know it's it's a crapshoot, whether they're going to be very, very effective on the next season's Strange. So we're going to have that on top of Cove. It Good news. It could be. You know, it could be just exactly like the Spanish flu pandemic that went for three years until 150 million people worldwide. And we put that on original planning documents that, you know, know what? We're going to go through three waves, and we're not even out of the first one. And it should be very obvious to everybody. Why I just don't I don't get it, but I don't get it and turn it back and kind of jump in for a quick second. You know the number of deaths in this country 180,000 deaths so far. Is an outrageous number. However. Just because there's people have recovered doesn't mean that never covered 100%. Because I love you had no had locked down. Her husband went next door to help a neighbor who was an anti massacre. Get off before he comes back to his house. And without knowing it. The neighbor was infected. He cross contaminated his wife, who went into the hospital this week. She had X rays He's scheduled for scans next week. And then is seeing a pulmonary specialist the following week because she's told that the damage to her lungs may go away at the end of the year or the damaged her lungs may be permanent. We have people that we know they're having one damage, kidney damage and heart damage from this thing, and we're continuing to throw more people into the fire without information. Because of this person. Any virus we've ever dealt with it. Attacks the brain attacks the track. It can destroy your heart muscles. It causes blood clots. Ah! This thing will leave lasting effects on people who survive. This is Homeland security. Off the record. Tony Camry, West Bledsoe. I'm going, Falconer Lippert..

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The Saga Ends: Victorias Secret Sells, CEO Les Wexner Steps Down

Business Wars Daily

03:17 min | 2 years ago

The Saga Ends: Victorias Secret Sells, CEO Les Wexner Steps Down

"Secret. Just can't stay out of the news last Thursday after many months of turbulence L. Brands CEO Les Wexner announced that he's stepping down. Victoria's secret wants the brand that dominated women's lingerie like no other is going private. Both announcements smarter dramatic turning point in the company's fortunes and in the way retailers portray and market to women L. Brands is selling fifty five percent of Victoria. Secret to private equity firm Sycamore partners. Four or five hundred twenty. Five million dollars. Sycamore specializes in purchasing distressed properties and apt description. Victoria's secret wexner who is eighty. Two years old will become chairman emeritus of L. Brands which remains publicly held L. Brands and Les Wexner have been buffeted by a series of scandals over the last couple of years most notably wexner close association with Jeffrey Epstein. Which came to light last summer? Epstein? The accused child sex trafficker who died in prison had been wexner financial advisor. Wexner has denied knowing about Epstein's sex trafficking activities and says he distanced himself from Epstein years ago regardless that close association hurt L. Brands. At a time. When Victoria's secret was already under duress it? Sales have been falling for several years as the METOO era caught up with women's fashion third love and other more modern lingerie brand. Espoused inclusivity over. Victoria's secrets risque sexiness. More and more critics complain. It's insulting an outmoded then early this month. The New York Times published an investigation of L. Brands that depicted a culture of misogyny and sexual harassment. It seemed that L. Brands was on. Its Way to a hard crash observers. Warned that Victoria's secret would be hard to sell indeed selling fifty five percent. Five hundred twenty. Five million dollars indicates the brand is valued at only a little over a billion dollars in its last fiscal year. However though losing money Victoria secret had sales of more than seven billion dollars. The Wall Street Journal says that Billion Dollar Valuation marks a sharp fall. For the brand. The Victoria's secret sale leaves L. Brands with only one single but profitable brand. That's bath and body works the presumption is that without the drag of Victoria's secret L. Brands can continue to grow the personal care chain. The same may not be at all true. For Victoria's secret sycamore partners under the leadership of secret of cheap stefan. Caluzzi IS KNOWN FOR FINANCING. It's purchases through debt and then stripping and selling off their assets. According to the Wall Street Journal the Journal reported at Sycamore has made a fortune by firing employees and otherwise cutting costs at retailers from Talbot to nine West End Klein sending many workers to the unemployment line. Overworking the ones left behind. According to the Motley Fool Sycamore partners closed most of nine west stores causing it to go bankrupt L. brands losses or third loves gains its founder and CEO. Heidi Zach as been public about her antipathy. Toward Victoria's secret third love is reportedly looking to take advantage of the moment as an opportunity to grow quickly.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WTVN

"The sale is completed les Wexner the founder and CEO of L. brand since nineteen sixty three will step down to become chairman emeritus I'm Alison Wyant here ABC six first warning weather forecast in sixty seconds grandfather clock company east main street in Westerville reminds everyone to give blood generously blood supplies are at an all time low and by donating blood your efforts could save the life of a wounded warrior also possibly a G. I. coming home one pint of blood can save up to three soldiers so be a silent hero give blood today this message courtesy of grandfather clock company eight east main street in Westerville serving our community with quality and pride for a large selection of the finest grandfather clocks stop in or call six one four eight nine five seventy four twenty are you dreaming of something greater a college degree job skills for rewarding career the Ohio Army National Guard can help you'll get the education you need to land a career you've always wanted the Ohio National Guard scholarship program good paid one hundred percent of your college tuition your eligible for the scholarship as soon as you live learn more about the many benefits that come with serving in the Ohio Army National Guard visit National Guard dot com today sponsored by the Ohio Army National Guard by the Ohio association of broadcasters and the station Oney of stars overnight tonight look for the international space station about five eighteen in the morning twenty one for the low on Saturday afternoon high of forty six plenty of sunshine and fifty one on Sunday finally B. C. six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall like peek under severe weather Asian news radio six ten WTVN and if you I want to talk about who were running against billionaire who calls women fat broads and horse faced lesbians are not country country happens to be a millionaire with three houses were are you trying to say that I'm done are you mocking two hundred and fifty six presidential coast to coast from order to order two shiny the next our final news roundup and information overload our word socialism some people like it young people like those of us like me who grew up in a Cold War and saw some aspects of visiting places like Vietnam like I have been visiting countries like Cuba being there understand what socialism like I don't want to okay it's not a not free it doesn't.

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L Brands sells majority stake in Victoria's Secret, CEO Wexner to step down

Glenn Beck

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

L Brands sells majority stake in Victoria's Secret, CEO Wexner to step down

"L. brands of selling a majority stake in Victoria's secret which will take the company private sale by the Columbus based company to sycamore partners is worth an estimated five hundred twenty five million dollars the ones that closes L. brands founder and CEO les Wexner will step down hill then be noticed chairman emeritus of the company which will then make bath and body works a standalone public

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Quick, the quicker picker upper bounty picks up spills and MRs quicker. And it's two times more absorbent than the leading ordinary brand. So you can get back on track. Clinton. Bounty, the quicker picker up. Well, good morning. Everyone is Joe Bartlett Saturday show one day away from Saint Patrick's Day. Of course, the parade is today. But Saint Patrick's Day is about a number of things for me. And not only is it the celebration of being Irish the parade and all of that. But it's also the same bald. Rex foundation is celebrating twenty years in existence this weekend. In fact, it was just held yesterday. Jim Brady's in lower Manhattan, and a guy who was right there at the very start is joining me this morning, the founder, one of the founders I should say there are three chairman emeritus and current board member of the Saint Baldrige foundation. John bender John good morning. Welcome. Good morning. Joe? Thanks, so much have nice to talk to you. And folks he's been there for twenty years and for twenty years John has been shaving his head in solidarity with children going through chemotherapy is going to do it again this year, and we'll tell you about that in a moment. But give us an update on where Saint Baldwin is. Now, John in terms of the amount of money you've raised in the impact you see the foundation having in the fight against childhood cancer. Yeah. Sure. Joe? So it's kind of amazing that it's actually the twentieth year of an idea that we thought we'd do once and walk away. But the mission was so critical once we got in and we couldn't walk away. And and people are generous with your ask people to get involved in a critical missions amazingly jump in. So in twenty years, actually, not even twenty years since since two thousand five Saint Paul foundation has granted almost two hundred sixty million dollars childhood cancer,.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The business of politics in sports is economic inequality destroying the country decimating the middle class in putting America on a path of decline is the short-term fixation of Wall Street, culpable and can business lead the way to fixing it before it's too late. A leading former CEO steps up with a bold. Call for capitalists to arise that site on business talk with Jim Campbell, Peter George s q is chairman emeritus of young and Rubicam where he was CEO from nine hundred ninety four until January of two thousand who selected to the advertising hall of fame in two thousand one he's been on the board of director of eight public companies, including Levi Strauss. Toys R us my recorded music. He's the author of two previous books the source of success five enduring principles at the heart of real leadership, and the constant choice in every day journey from evil toward good co author David Dorsey, she's written the force and the cost of living in the forest. One of the top one hundred best business books of all time. And this new book there do book together capitalists arise and economic inequality. Grow the middle class heal the nation. Welcome Peter to have you. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. And thank you very much for having me your right miss sweet spot of the of the show. You know, we're thinking that's unusual for a CEO to come out with this sort of line of accident. Sort of reminded me initially when FDR became president. And he's part of the one percent. And they were saying, jeez, you're a traitor to your class. Tell us why you're doing this. You're not a traitor to the CEO class. We assume no now under country. My my whole purpose of me doing this is to make sure that we save free market capitalism. That's the whole idea behind what I'm trying to do because the market capitalism has been you know, the force that made America the number one leading economic force in the world and number one military force in the world. That's what free market did for us. In fact, would it from nine hundred forty five thousand nine hundred eighty in worked like magnificently. That's that's the story about today. In fact. You talk about capitalism, even committing suicide. You don't you don't believe the American dream is dead. Right. No. I think no. Unfortunately, this is the problem. I'm an immigrant off the boat sort of speak American, and I lived the American dream and I lived at in. And then it's interesting to to actually define what is the American dream. And I don't mean to speak for the universe, but I can speak for myself. And I think from everything I know about America having been in the communication business and and living with consumers because that was in fact, my existential reason for whatever success I had him businesses because I was close to the consumers into American people. What I really learned in what I live personally. The notion that I really live to be the best Peter Georgia school that I can be. I don't mean that Joe Jasko better than anybody else. I'm just saying I know that I had a chance in this country to be the best period, Georgia. And that's an amazing thing. And I I really believe that most folks really want that for themselves, and certainly they wanted for their kids just being the best you can be. I think that's the definition of American. Primacy? And now the American. Worked in the world. And that's that's the best of American to me that American dream and the best you can be in fact, if you could do it in a really short time tell people quickly your story because it's amazing but short very short. Well, I was born in the short version is I was born in Romania just as the second World War started. My dad. My parents who remain, Ian, my father was arrested because he wasn't there all business and and worked for standard all New Jersey. Exxon really today and anyway survived the war, the war and the prison, and we're a brief family. I lived with my grandparents in Transylvania, and then we had about a year or so as a family, then my father came to New York in nineteen forty seven, and that's when the iron curtain Cam down the Soviet Union took over. All of these in Europe. So he couldn't go back to the main it would've been killed. And so would have my mother. So they they were in fact stuck in New York. Thank god. And we were separated for seven years, and I say thank God. Because he wouldn't they wouldn't be alive. If they weren't Doumanian Norwood. We so anyway, they arrested my grandfather famous politician they killed them in prison and arrested. My brother and myself we will put in a work camp and did hard labor from about the age of. And plus eleven to eight fifteen cleaning source twelve hour days. No schooling. Days a week with not adequate nutrition, and that was Dan. And then they tried to get my parents despite for them. My father refused. They went public with the story. One of my major many guardian angels called on my dad shows a woman Frances Payne Bolton from Ohio believe it or not in one thousand nine hundred seventy three she's chairman of the foreign relations committee in congress. Can you imagine what kind of woman she was? And she called my dad and said, I'll get your voice out Romania, Mr. Georgia's 'cause don't you worry about it and Indian she did she knew is our very wealth or because she helped him get elected president. And I suspect she went to his office in say, Mr President get the boys out of Romania. He probably saluted said. Yes, ma'am. And we got we got exchange for a bunch of Russian spies held in America. So it's amazing story. And in fact, if I have it, right? You didn't have any education for several years. You went you went to Exeter, not even speaking English. Well, listen that was that was another part of. America at that time the principal. Call my dad said I want to keep your place for your son in high school and help them learn English I went and so he liked me. He told me that if I could pass courses on my own by the first year, I'll get to stay if not you'll find the right school for me. Of course. I had no clue what he was talking about. I was smart enough to say, yes, sir, on the way out the door. He said, by the way, what grade would you like to be in? Again, that understanding I should have said how about six years, and he said I said, well, I like to be in with boys my own age. He looked at me smile came on his face lifted up. His hands say what difference hasn't make? You'll be a sophomore to do. I went to. The hero. Those stories really are not me the heroes that stories America in this country unique in the world. Which so many good things happen to an immigrant? Boy. It's amazing the level of compassion the level of care. And and I became part of you know, American exceptionalism. All right. Wasn't that being the best? You can be. Let's let's let's move up to the present. Where the American dream seems to have stalled the best. It has a book has some since two thousand and eight ninety one percent of income growth is going to the top one percent, which obviously drives income inequality. And here's what I talk about. Sixty percent of the population are staying afloat through negative cash. Flow deficit spending sixty percent the bottom. Ten percent have fifteen thousand a year of negative a third of households would default on this kind of spending trendy give us a sense of of these stats well tomato. This is how I define inequality because I was when I started to write the bulk I was concerned, I didn't know how to describe it. Because there's no know you can't just look at income doesn't. Tell you everything would not enough. I had this epiphany that if you take some measurements which exists in the bureau of labor statistics, which says, you take all the income, and I mean, all the transfer benefits like on employment insurance stamps, and all the government support systems all the income on one side all the expenses, no taxes on the other side, everything that has to do with expansive, including taxes, and I wanted to know what's left in the kitty. At the end of the month, the house will kitty, and that's how I came up with a figure that almost sixty percent of American homes close to that have to borrow money to put food on the table. And that's a terrifying. Number. Absolutely terrifying them and the next twenty percent, which is rapper middle class. When you do the same kind of Alice's at the end of the year, the apple class they used to have a lot of good stuff. Couple cars, maybe a kid in a prep school in an a house by monitoring the cottage on a mountain short. Those guys at the end of the year have eighty five hundred dollars leftover after they pay all the expenses. Now. This is why Joe Stiglitz Nobel prize winning economists said four out of five Americans will experience some form of poverty in their lifetime. And that correlates with the numbers, I just gave you and Janet Yellen, by the way a year ago said the vast majority of America.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WJR 760

"Okay. We're going toward noon tried to make a hundred grand here. So that we can match the amount that Ford Motor Company has pledged as as well. So if we keep going we can do this. We want to take advantage of every dollar girl. John Turner is here with us. So as Jim from the Ford Motor Company and on the other end of the line right now, one of the fifteen largest automobile retail dealers in the United States. His group is among the top fifteen. It's the largest privately held automotive group in Michigan, and it has called the suburban collection and its chairman and CEO is none other than Dave Fisher. Who is the chairman emeritus of the North American International auto show, and we're so proud to have him as a part of our radiothon today. David good morning. Well, I think he's there. Jim. Here this morning. Hello. Hey, we'd ever go where you are David where we're calling you. So he'd ever know exactly where we are. Thanks for thanks for joining us this morning. Are you in Morocco right now, by the way? Absolutely. I'm in Florida at a Ford baby. Oh, that's a good place to be for those who don't know tell the bosses. I said hi David has been nominated to become our ambassador to Morocco by president Donald travel, and we're waiting for the Senate hearing on this that would make him one of our ambassadors. I mean this to go along with everything else. You do David. That's unbelievable. Well it. What this is about giving back, and I can tell you what I think of what you're doing with the dot com. Sal army when you think about the thousands of meals, you're going to serve taking care of our our our folks in Detroit that that needs support need help need sometimes just a bed, hotmail. You know, I I can't thank you up. Jim you're doing it the day after your birthday. I mean, are we gonna have birthday cake later? Yeah. We all this the birthday cake this morning. So it looked a lot like fruitful, you know, as you get older, they don't give you the cake anymore, but David in your white, Jennifer and everybody at the suburban collection. You're literally sort of the bedrock of our community. You're at every event, you're constantly helping others in your role model for so many of us that we couldn't do what we do at the Salvation Army or at Ford without your help. So thank you, very very much for for being a part of this. And we can't tell you how much it means to all the people out there who will be the recipients of the generosity of your work. Well, quite quite frankly, you know, we want to support the the the the team members at the suburban collection are thrilled to be able to support the wonderful work. Do you do we had a great or drive last week? We wish we'd have a little bit better. Weather. But ever every every month, we have something we try to help with we try to support the community. And and it's all about the folks at suburban they they do a great job. And it's because of the great customers are great gets to serve and it helped with their vehicles in in Michigan. David you're so modest I know you won't mention this. But they're your car. The contribution from the suburban collection for today was thirty thousand dollars. My goodness. That's coming batch time. So we're doubling that. So God bless you for everything that you guys do at sixty grand, right? There you go. Unbelievable. I mean that's for for for doing this. And and and bringing it up Frank, it's a great honor. We supported the Sal army for a long time going back to dick and his his radio fans. Forever. We're proud to be able to support it again. This year is going to be here at two o'clock, and we can't wait to get him on the air. Jackie is daughter is going to be here and big Al Moskovitz is going to be here too. And that's worth the price of admission. Right there you go. Make sure we saw what will make sure we tell them we talked that. We so Jennifer, and I wish you a great successful day. I hope everything goes, well and hope and I'm pretty sure you'll you'll exceed your goal. Well, thank you very much. So we gotta keep those phone lines going to add onto the great work that David suburban collection. Just help us out with eight three three seven two five four six seven three tech spread tonight. One nine nine nine. We've got to keep those folds ringing. It's especially important at the lunch hour, you're going out to make that donation while you're there if you're in campus Martius area come on down we've got some special incentives. If you make a donation onsite. We're going to tell you what those incentives are just a little bit. Always. Did you hear about this, folks? If you come down here to one campus Martius, there's some terrific incentives, and we don't have time to go into it. Right now, David Fisher, we wish you done in Florida. Good weather. Good safe travels and. When you're in Morocco is our ambassador we're going to come down and visit to so how's that we're look we look forward to it. We've got plus you, David. Thank you so much for the community. I'll thank you for what you're doing today. Eight eight three three Sal hope or text the word bread to nine one nine nine..

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

"To John have you considered running for governor because it seems to me of West Virginia because it seems to me that the stasis in West Virginia really kind of lands on the political class. Well, it's interesting. I I want to thank the people who are willing to run for any public office. We're brutal successful or not. Shimon peres. The prior president of Israel taught me many years ago. He said, John you can have more influence on the future of the state or country coming from the business side with innovation and using your skills there, then you can't as a political leader. And he was right. I did think about running for governor California almost fourteen years ago. And then maybe potentially doing separate a national stage back I'm different than most. I like Democrats and Republicans I'm a moderate I like immigration, and I believe in choice, and I wanna see our nation come together. I think perhaps I can have more of an influence doing that for a mate position of startups and a champion for startups, which is part of what this book's about. And do it. It includes even getting a model that works across all fifty states. So we don't leave behind the art of America. So they answer. Your question is no government is. All right. Thank you for that answer. John my time with you. Unfortunately is limited. I kinda wanna ask you a macro capitalist question. How many of those acquisitions did you make when while it Cisco one hundred eighty I understand how many have happened after the financial crisis after two thousand eight or two thousand one this. Call two thousand eight probably about. Pretty consistent all the way through the nineties and two thousand and then the current leadership and continued to keep on and academia strategy. Your takeaway here is very simple, reputable acquisition playbook, Beth industry took risks all the market at third would fail when they still got beat up that's part of leadership on it. But differentiated Cisco from everyone, and it courses that are taught at Stanford and Harvard now about how do we do a different than our peers, and it is learnable and it goes back to young people. You can really get a chance to learn. They're they're like sponges. And so now being a mentor to them, and the coaches is what I love doing John number full-throated capitalist. But I have started to take the opinion that there's not enough oxygen in the markets right now. There's a big debate as you know, going on about competition in the market late stage capitalism. Some have called it other things that are not quite as nice where are you on this as a business leader somebody was was such a career? How do you see the state of capitalism right now and? Doing business in the United States three ways. I is I think the tax policy changes will well overdue, and I think they need even more jobs for small to medium business. Secondly, once our country decides a better person on the moon, we do it right now. We're not being aggressive enough and terms had start at in small companies getting bigger it's combined too much to Silicon Valley. L A, Texas, New York type of crouch, I think we've got to become a start up nation realized that we're getting disrupted on it. In terms of your indirect question for good or bad. It's a struggle. In for twenty years that I was CEO Cisco. It was always checklist for good. And we work with portion didn't work with Democrats and Republicans got along great in Europe got along. Well, and and h e even with your shoes on on concerns over security, etc. I think it's very important the leadership now, build those bridges and focuses on creating jobs, not giving people stipends and focuses on keeping the trust of their customers and government leaders. I think Mark mini off desert. Very good job of that. As an example, excels worse dot com, but Agrawal where that many Americans down low, no longer view tech guy is necessary in the best interest more likely displaced their job than it is to create one for we gotta go pick set. John you've got the direct question, and you've got the subtext too. So that's why I like working with the pro. All right, John last question any advice for Facebook. I think it was interesting Jack Welch taught me this. Early on. He said, you're more product of how you handle your setbacks in your successes, and you never have a great company. You've added near death experience. This is where the leadership has to stand out and many companies small and large when they really get knocked down hard, which Facebook Kirti has come back. So I think this is a chance for leadership to say. All right. How much of this is self inflicted? How much of us market given. Here's my plan to get better outlined three to five and the Kenya. Play. We'll take that long. Here's what we're going to change, and you can count on it. Get people regular updates audit be earned the trust of the employees and the customers, and and I think they can they can come through even stronger. But I think it is all about leadership, and it's not a given that what happened. And like I said most companies when they do fall. I they struggle to come back. Would you have gone to Europe in London today to talk with the leaders of the EU or would you have refused? Like, Mark Zuckerberg didn't send somebody in your proxy. Well. I think to talk about one individual makes it very hard. I overall I went to any kind of government leader wanted to talk to me, but I didn't wait for them to ask us to come. We started to build relationships with the government leaders to five ten years before they came into power followed the leaders in China. There were most likely to be in the poll up your indentified charter gross, their cat trade that way same thing. In europe. We built the trust relationships. Even though we at times disagreed with the European regulators. And we we always work Democrats and Republicans together, and we were very visible there, and is very honored to find the into found Technet with John Doerr. So I think it is so important to leaders be able I get so important to get proactive is so Britain to get back people have to view that we create more jobs than we destroy. And we gotta be very careful about saying that that will give you every word if you you've just I could if your job gets displayed people in West Virginia don't want that. So I think overall leadership general message to people in the valley is be acceptable by government literature. We realize they have very fair concerns. And if you're not a union government little regulate you. Or worse. And so I I think there's a tug of war going on. And and I tend to be more in the video school in terms of how to approach that John Chambers, chairman emeritus and former CEO of Cisco author of connecting the dots. If you're in a C, suite or you want to get to C suite you need this book in your office. If you can make canal valley into a Silicon Valley, John you're legend will grow and grow and grow. Yeah. We're gonna start it Morgantown with the universities. That's where startups like to be they like to be around the university and Gordon G there can play a key role. So go out nears and Jason at the pleasure to see a graduate of nineteen Ninety-three. This has been my great pleasure. John. Thank you for your time. Bye aggravate that was John Chambers. Former CEO and chairman emeritus at Cisco John, and I are both from West Virginia and towards the end of that interview. I mentioned a place called canal valley, that's an area near the capital Charleston. That was for decades one of the global hubs for chemical manufacturing the place has since gone into steep decline, cold and chemicals were the two economic lifelines for West Virginia. And without proper or forward looking strategies the state is now near the bottom in nearly every economic category except.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

"A Silicon Valley legend has finally written a book about his experiences and success and this week on Technomic. He speaks with has Jason Middleton about why this book, and why now taking a company from millions a year to tens of billions a year starts now. Hello and welcome back and thanks for listening. This week's story is a conversation with a Silicon Valley legend John Chambers is the former CEO and president chairman emeritus of Cisco. He turned a router company into a backbone of the internet and grew CISCO's annual revenue from seventy million a year to forty seven billion over twenty four years heading up the company, reputable acquisition playbook, Beth me industry took risks though, the market a third fail when they tell we still got beat up that's part of leadership on it. But it differentiated Cisco from everyone Mr. chambers has been a trusted adviser to presidents and politicians on both sides of the aisle, and he earned the first ever Clinton global citizen. Award for corporate citizenship. His new book is titled connecting the dots lessons for leadership in startup world. Mr. chambers is a native west Virginian as well. And his new venture capital company. JC to is working with West Virginia university to build a tech start up corridor in and around Morgantown, West Virginia. This is part two of two of my chat with John. If you prefer the podcast is an extended contiguous interview, you can pull down the pod on itunes, Google, play, Stitcher, etc. Okay. Here we go with part two. You mentioned disruption of states, though,.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Inappropriate salad. I don't want to have anything with him. At least a little bit of an appetizer. Starbucks who as you know was started by Howard Schultz, and he has no stop. I Don I kind of feel like, you know, I'm not I don't have a crush on him. He does retain by the way, the honorary title of chairman emeritus is how you say it. Yes, that's fine. So he does hold that title, even though. And of course, he has a huge stake a two billion dollar stake in Starbucks, but he doesn't actually run the company anymore. I feel like you'd probably still like it at that point like what Starbucks. We're still we're still buds billion dollars. Well, Starbucks as a company now is doing everything in its power to distance itself from its creator. Because now that he's running for president on an independent ticket. And he is an angering so many people now Starbucks is actually conducting training with its employees on how to manage questions that may come to them from patrons of Starbucks is. So is unbelievable. So they all get this memo. Right that explains okay. If you get this question answer like this because it's like, we don't because we want to respect everybody's opinion. Our goals to create a warm and welcoming space, they can all gather as a community over great coffee. So they're like a customer attempts to instigate or share aggressive political opinions attempt to defuse the situation, by the way, everybody that is spelling. Refused. D? I F F S needs to stop it at once that is not the correct spelling diffuser like using a diffuser is all over from like legit outlets. They need to stop it. It's defuse D E F U S E. Anyway, they're saying attempt to defuse the situation. And when when when you really wanna get down into the nitty gritty of it. They're exactly saying here's how you need to answer questions specifically, they're saying, you know, if you if someone asks for a copy of his book you explain oh, well, he doesn't work at the company anymore. So we don't have those you can go to your Amazon or any fine, bookstore, whatever. So they're giving them like step-by-step ways of of answering questions like, for example, if somebody goes up to a recent says, so what do you think about this whole Howard Schultz running for president? They're supposed to say Howard's future plans are up to him. Okay. But here's a question. If Howard was running democrat, do you think it would be different? Yes. It'd be totally different. Yes. Because then all the employees would be like holding up signs and wearing Howard for president. Twenty twenty totally. Yeah. They'd be all about this. They're mad because he is thirty dirty billionaire who's not a democrat. You can't be a billionaire without being a democrat. Yeah. That's not allowed evil. Evolve. It's everybody hates him now. Right, anyway, he's the most hated guy next to Donald Trump. Now, that's your Howard Schultz update for the day. You love him. You want to have salad.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KGO 810

"Gay G? O eight ten. John. Thursday night. Pat be heard or clock tomorrow afternoon. Okay. Nobody seems to care about the saints. Maybe if he talked about centers there would be more of a response, but I'm going to try this for you. What do Howard Schultz? And Michael Bloomberg have in common. Oh, wait, wait. I know they're both billionaires. Right, right. I know that but they both made comments that are absolutely intriguing now. In fairness, I'm going to see Howard Schultz, speak is an week or two. He's going to be here in northern California. Remember, former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz. He stepped down a Starbucks CEO in two thousand seventeen after more than forty years of the company, although he remains chairman emeritus remember his estimated net worth close to three point three billion dollars. According to Forbes magazine, he's sixty five years old. He's a lifelong democrat and guess who's going to be on sixty minutes tomorrow. And you'll be able to listen to them or watch him as soon as Pat Thurston goes off the air at seven o'clock Howard Schultz slammed President Trump as unqualified for the presidency. In an interview that will be played tomorrow on sixty minutes. Now, this is what he said we're living at most fragile time Schultz said and this is a promotional clip on CBS news. Not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be president. But the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what is necessary on behalf of the American people and are engaged every single day in revenge politics. Now, I'm going to suggest to you that I believe Howard Schultz talking about running for president. He told the CBS morning news. I'm thinking about a lot of things I said publicly the perhaps one of them will be public office. But there are a lot of things I could do perhaps help the American people. Wait, wait. Wait, wait. Howard Schultz is talking necessarily about running as a democrat. He's talking about running as an independent, and if Howard Schultz ran as an independent for the presidency of the United States. Well, he's a democrat. And you know, he'd be attracting voters who vote for the Democrats and that would split the democratic vote. And that would mean that Donald Trump would have an edge. Oh, wait. That's not all there's Michael Bloomberg who spoke yesterday in Virginia. The former New York City mayor also a billionaire delivered his most scathing remarks about Donald Trump since he called then candidate Donald Trump, a dangerous demagogue and remember knocked his business credentials at the speech at two thousand sixteen democratic convention. On Friday morning yesterday morning in a speech at the democratic business council of northern Virginia. He said I said them that he was just not suited. He did not have the skills to temperament the work ethic to be president of the United States. Now, remember that there is something in common between Scholtz and Bloomberg and Trump, they're all New York billionaires. Right. So there is some talk that Bloomberg is going to run for president. He also by the way could run for president as an independent. There's a lot of talk about that. So I want to ask you what you think about Schultz and Bloomberg. They can finance their own campaigns. They're multibillionaires. Bloomberg says. Audited? Donald Trump is fire him. And by the way, I think. Schultz is saying the same thing. Okay. By show of hands. How many listening to the satellite go to Starbucks Coffee at least five times a week? Wait, a minute women's yellows hands going up out there in radio land. Yeah. I do. Would you vote for Howard Schultz for president of the United States of America? Would you vote for Michael Bloomberg to be president of the United States? And what do you think of Howard Schultz slamming? Donald Trump is not qualified to be president. And what do you think of Michael Bloomberg ripping Crump is totally incompetent? And what would you think if one or both ran as a third party candidate for president? You know, what a third party candidate can do think of what Ralph Nader did in two thousands who Al Gore. Think about what Ross Perot did in nineteen ninety two to George Hw Bush. So a third party. Candidacy would hurt the Democrats? There's nobody running from the right? They're all running from the left. Now, Bloomberg has advised voters to reject Trump in the next election. In terms that he understands. You're fired. Yes. The attendees in the room. Who would hire Trump to run their business? In the private sector. And and hands did not go up. So you have Howard Schultz and Michael Bloomberg both ripping Donald Trump..

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Two radio powered aircraft and and rolled out on on one nine at DCA and got to the ramp. Yeah. Yeah. So hopefully that won't happen again. But hopefully that won't happen again. Or if it does have the same time about come. Yeah. But the parade of aircraft cool thing cool thing other shutouts, what do you got? Somebody want to David you met. Herb kelleher. Oh in a do this now. Well, we're we we certainly want to say a few words I may elaborate on the episode, but we may elaborate in the after show go ahead. He's right back. Okay. But David certainly just say a few words about her Keller. Well, can't say too. I can't say enough about herb Kelleher. Herb Kelleher was the lawyer that helped Dallas area businessman, start Southwest Airlines and eventually very quickly. Herb went to work for south west because they spent five years fighting court cases from other airlines trying to keep them from starting an airline that was only going to fly within Texas. Uh-huh. That was that was the concept. So they didn't need to to get the FAA's permission didn't need to get the. What was it civil aeronautics board in on it because they were just gonna fly interstate not interesting, and well, her rose to be chairman live long enough to be chairman emeritus, and he and the secretary who wound up being president later on they revolutionized the airline industry with the I really truly and consistently successful low cost carrier south..

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Layovers

"And and I'm glad because it's it's a it's a good idea. And actually, I know that Stephen Colbert ripped denied for for doing this. But the recipes are there's like forty five recipes in there, I'm going to quite a few of them. Anyway, it's good ideas. Well, and it was very kind of you to to send it over to me how to David bizzare because he's the one who actually tell me have you seen. There's a cookbook. I'm like, what am I ordered like in the next three minutes to to use a Christmas gift which thanks to a courier arrived Africa's. But never mind, I'm not a great cook. But you are some totally expecting you to test some of these recipes, I believe that Ben schlepping of one mile at the time as recently tried some of the recipes, I think on Instagram stories, if I'm not mistaken, AVI chosen one that you would start with, you know, it's funny. There's some I wouldn't touch with with a ten foot pole because I think it would just make me angry. But there's a couple in here, and you can see why they've they've gone for these recipes because they're simple, but probably tasty. But there's a coconut soup with samba Olek chicken, which I think I'm going to try as well because I love those those flavors, and they have they have appetizers hot and cold, entrees, and desserts and some drinks as well. I think it's it's a neat idea. In fact, I wish more airlines would do something like this. You know, commend United were the butter the jokes. Like, you said Goldberg compared to the book recon would would be what you get one peanuts. And that's it. Yeah. Yeah. Pena's cookies. Choose one. Thank you. I can remember fantastic. I come in United. It's a fun. I idea I think it's pretty limited the run probably maybe five thousand copies thing because I don't think there's that many people would buy maybe actually be surprised a lot of people will buy it. It's it's I'm not sure the recipes are made for the air as in. You know, we always talk about when we talk about food in in airplanes that they are cooked slightly differently. I think they're made for the ground. But I'm not sure the Sunday's there as well. The screen and the Africa and some of their more more signature dishes. So yeah, I'm excited. I have an opportunity to go perhaps to New York in March, and I might actually fly on United because they they seem to have abandoned the Saturday night rule with United at least not route. So when BA is eighteen hundred pounds as is American and virgin United is two hundred forty five pounds round trip. Well, I found a very good deal. You remember when I is described my trip I had flown United. Added but I had bought through Austrian because they were running a promo that was United's metal. I couldn't find that on Google flights. It was I cannot remember maybe Expedia actually, which I'm not always a fan of. But sometimes you find like gems on terms affairs in what people keep telling us that it's not a bad product. So I'm gonna give it a world next time. I have to have to have the opportunity to to go on and simply for that pricing. I mean, it's hard to beat. So we'll see we'll see. So now you start a desert by mentioning a hero in the airline industry of the airport. We're going today another hero just pass away. Our Kelleher, especially because the sad day for the low fare airlines because basically started all but also to sales of wild Turkey bourbon because it was a big fan. So what was Kelleher for those who don't know, Alex? Herb Kelleher was the founder of or co founder of Southwest Airlines and the CEO and then the chairman emeritus until today he died, and he was an absolute pioneer in the airline world. And he he says that one of the reasons he founded southwest is because he had absolutely no idea about the airline world and that made him eminently qualified to start an airline. My father introduced me to the idea of never actually met him. But my dad was a big fan of herb Kelleher and had met him on a number of occasions and left..

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Why Do Coffee Drinks Often Have Italian Names?

BrainStuff

06:30 min | 3 years ago

Why Do Coffee Drinks Often Have Italian Names?

"Hey, brain stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. Their new show is called invention each episode of invention examines different technological turning point and the people and cultures the provoked the change they consider the origins and impact of everything from the guillotine to the vending machine. Chopsticks to sunglasses. Braille to x-rays and lots more new episodes of invention come out every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you happen to find your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff on Lauren Vogel bomb. And if you can't start your morning without a Cup of Joe, you're certainly not alone. I'm right there with you. But Americans consumption of coffee is up. It's the highest. It's been since two thousand twelve and global exports are up to according to the International Coffee Organisation world coffee exports increased by seventeen percent from October two thousand seventeen to October of two thousand eighteen and overall global shipments were four point two percent higher year over year, clearly coffee has become an important daily ritual for many Americans which begs the question, why are so many coffee lovers? Ordering those drinks using Italian words from lattice Tamaki autos. How did this happen after all coffee doesn't have its roots in Italy legend has it that the great being originated in the Ethiopian plateau and was discovered by goat herder who noticed his goats veritably danced after eating a certain plant. It's spread throughout the Arabian peninsula and adjacent areas before Europeans encountered coffee in the. Seventeenth century, nevertheless, many of the coffee drinks, we know today and popularized by Starbucks more on that in a minute do originate in Italy, and it has everything to do with the invention of the Espresso machine. Espresso doesn't refer to a particular type of coffee bean. It's actually a coffee preparation method, and it was first developed in Italy in the nineteenth century because brewed coffee could take up to five minutes to make coffee lovers. Sada way to shorten the time between ordering and drinking the first Espresso machines were bulky and difficult, but by the early twentieth century Milanese manufacturer Luigi bizarre had developed a single shot Espresso the produced one Cup of coffee in seconds, though. It did take a while for the machines to improve in terms of ease of use and flavor of the coffee produced we spoke with Paul Bassett former world barista champion, he said, the Espresso machine kind of revolutionized coffee to some extent. Everything was centered around the way Espresso was made the way it was consumed as well, he explained that with the Espresso machine. Coffee could be made on. The spur of the moment and was intended to be drunk immediately after being served typically standing at a bar Italian coffee culture grew and Espresso as we know it today became popular in Italy and France in the nineteen thirties, the nineteen fifties beatnik movement and its coffeehouse culture launched Espresso craze in the United States. We also spoke with Mike Ferguson with OEM specialty coffee, he explained early in the specialty coffee movement authenticity meant Italian in the nineteen eighties. Many if not most coffee houses had Italian names and adopted as much Italian as possible into their cafe menu. So the trend continued the coffee drinks, they served also retained their -talian nomenclature because they were specifically made with Espresso the names referred to what is added to the Espresso, for example. But the word Mark Jato into Google translate and you'll get stained or spotted so the drink name refers to the spot of milk that stains the Espresso Bassett said, I think fundamentally Espresso is directly linked to Italy as beverage and the way it's part of their culture. It's been transported all around the world and reinterpreted despite reinterpretation, the drinks with talion names have an Espresso base. And typically, some kind of milk added. For example, a cafe latte usually just called a lot in the United States consists of Espresso milk and milk foam. It's not brewed coffee with milk. Although that's the literal translation to be fair ordering an Espresso with milk and milk foam doesn't sound as catchy the distinction between Espresso and brewed coffee is important consider the Americano which was named for Americans in Italy who sought a drink. Similar to the brood or filtered coffee. They drink at home because it emerged in Italy and is made by adding water to Espresso, it retains its talion title. So this answers the question about coffee drink names. But what about Starbucks use of sizes like 'Grande inventing, which are also talion words, this sizing nomenclature short tall and 'Grande was introduced when ill Nali opened its doors in one thousand nine hundred six and the venue size came in the early nineties ill. Denali was the name of the coffee houses launched by Starbucks chairman emeritus Howard Schultz during his mid eighties hiatus from the company the company's website states. That sheltered been quote captivated with talion coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience a tradition. He wanted to bring to the United States he returned to Starbucks and purchase the company in one thousand nine hundred seven and that branding now extends to fo- Italian product names, like the Frappuccino, which is a trademarked name and not actually Italian word by the way bonus back to the episode the caffeine in coffee that perks. You up is considered the most commonly used drug in the world. Today's episode was written Vicary, Whitney and produced by Tyler claiming for I heart media, and how stuff works or more on this and lots of other peppy, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Chairman emeritus of the vanguard group, essentially, the creator of the world's first index mutual fund for individuals in nineteen seventy five I could read your CV, which will essentially take up the entire show. There's so much stuff to talk about with you. You are a legend in the industry, and maybe the person who has had the single biggest impact on investing of anyone. But let's just start from that beginning undergraduate thesis urine college in Princeton in nineteen fifty nineteen fifty one and you're thinking about why do actively. Managed funds swyto so many of them under perform the market. How did that come about for a college? Well came about by great accent. And that is I was majoring in economics. I was looking for a subject for my senior thesis to requirements still at Princeton, six of extensive document montor not to be maybe a hundred and thirty five forty pages. And I didn't know what to write about. But I wanted to write about something that no one ever written about before. And there in December nineteen forty nine. I was reading fortune magazine, which I did as part of my economics background just voluntarily. And there was an article called big money in Boston. And it was about the mutual fund industry and describe this tiny industry, maybe two and a half billion dollars for the industry as tiny. But contentious, and I thought well, you know, I'm kind of tiny and I'm kind of contentious. So I'll write about it. And I wrote the thesis me to graduate with high honors from Princeton berry pretty good job. Not a great thesis but not bad for somebody year out of his teens. Lemme lemme push back at you and say that was a incredibly insightful thesis. The insight that you derived at a very young age is the cost of all this active management. They were unable to overcome that bogie even today. What should really be so obvious to everybody? Lots of folks still haven't seemed to figure that out. So what makes me stop and pause and ask you this question. How did you ever come to that conclusion at such a young age without the universe of information? We have available to us today. While the begin with thesis title was the economic role of investment company and the overall the overriding focus of that these. Was mutual funds or their serve investors. The investors I I talking about reducing sales loads reducing management vase focusing.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Shortly after in Fort Worth Scott, sid way, KLIF news, founder of Southwest Airlines has died. The company announced yesterday that herb Kelleher passed away at the age eighty seven he changed the airline industry founding southwest. You got people out of cars and into the sky making flights affordable for many more people to fly regularly around the country Kelleher change the airline industry. Said Mr. Keller who stepped down as chief executive in two thousand one but stayed on as executive chairman and more recently as chairman emeritus police in McKinney, say a daycare worker jailed since December for allegedly severely injuring an infant boy. Now faces a total of eight warrants for harming other kids at after police reviewed surveillance video from the joyous Montazeri daycare, which shows evidence of assault on multiple children. Forty four year old. Jessica joy, we behavior came to light in December. After two month old inner care was hospitalized with eight broken ribs and a broken femur. The child's mother question bruises filed found on her child initially. She was told it was a result of a rough diaper change. We sit in the Collin county jail now on five hundred thousand dollars bond, a call for negotiations to continue from the senior citizen. A senior Senator from Texas John Cornyn took to the Senate floor after new senators were sworn in yesterday. There are a lot more productive ways to spend our time in congress, then ruthlessly attempting to annihilate our political opponents people we disagree with we can we have and we should strive to do better today marks the fourteenth day of the partial government shutdown as the White House and congressional Democrats digging over funding for border wall. Martin O'Malley the former democratic governor of Maryland and two thousand sixteen presidential candidate says he won't run for president in two thousand twenty. Instead, he says he's backing beta Rourke as endorsement of a Roku catapulted into the national spotlight is in his close. Texas. Senate race comes in a column published in the Des Moines Register. All righty. Then Fort Worth mayor bitsy prices. She will be seeking another two year term if re elected she would be the longest serving mayor in fort worth's history. You know, it's not about how long you serve. It's about what you get done and engaging with people on that the citizens of Fort Worth are willing to work with you and trust you to take care of their city. Price says she will continue to focus on neighborhood revitalization. Education with read Fort Worth and economic growth. You've heard of good luck. Charms for sports teams. Right. A lot of players are superstitious, but they won't admit it linebacker, Jalen. Smith says he's not as bad as others on his squad. Keep.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Targeting public stores in Gwinnett. The thieves used crowbars to enter the supermarkets one on Peachtree industrial to others on SugarLoaf Parkway officer, Matt Dilan says this could be an inside job possibly we have. Maybe a terminated employees. That is something that we're certainly looking at this public customer tells channel two action news, easy, ride all three burglaries cigarettes cash and change. From coin star machines were stolen Mark Alewine. WSB fiery fatal wreck in Florida claimed seven lives. Seven others are hospitalized with critical injuries. The damage from the fire was pretty extensive highway patrol. Lieutenant Patrick Reardon says two tractor trailers van in a car collided. Catch fire on I seventy five in Gainesville shutting down the interstate leads to massive delays sorties released a sketch of the suspect accused of shooting into a car and killing a seven year old girl outside. Of Houston, Texas, WalMart sheriff Ed Gonzales appeals for help finding jasmine Barnes killer for jasmine. Let's get her the Justice a seventy five thousand dollar reward is now posted the family believes the murder may be race related. The founder of Southwest Airlines dies in Texas. Herb Kelleher was eighty seven the airline describes him as a pioneer maverick. An innovator who revolutionized commercial aviation Kelleher freely admitted he knew nothing about airlines when he launched south west, but he considered that a plus because it meant he wasn't stuck in tradition. Kelleher retired ten years ago, but remained chairman emeritus until his death. The first major award show of the year is this Sunday ABC's. Jason Nathanson says a star is born is poised to win.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Kate's Kibble dot com. The funniest people I ever met that was not a comedian. Although he kind of himself one in a sense. He was brilliant. CEO? Herb Kelleher dubbed the eccentric, founder of Southwest Airlines. It was amazing how he came up with the idea for Southwest Airlines. Then of course, he really he did he revolutionized commercial flying and aviation, and he he did something for the passengers he made it more fun. He made it more affordable. There's no question about that. And as somebody who had a talk show twice in the Dallas Fort Worth area because that's where south west hub was I had a chance to meet him. And we had some great conversations. And he told me he listened to my radio show, whether he did or not he said that and we had a conversation about politics in sports business everything wrapped up in between. But he had some really. Busy funny comments that I wanted to scribble down immediately soon they left his lips because he was known to be that way. He he had a quick tongue with so interesting is he he was the lawyer, and he left his sperm can start south west in the sixties and the whole idea because he no he knew from flying was to have low cost transportation between a couple of cities where he had travelled Houston. Dallas and San Antonio the big. Cities where that we're located in Texas. So then. There were other competitors. Like Continental Airlines, they didn't want that southwest airline in the sky. So there was even a temporary restraining order at one point. He fought the van and he never charged anything in legal fees. He went all the way to the supreme court of Texas. They ruled in favor of south west the companies known for cheap fares lack of seating assignments. All coach cabins started flying in nineteen seventy one and really did revolutionize air travel. He really did. And he had that funny wit and the he treated people. Well, he was known for treating people who were firm. So so well that they wanted to continue to work for him. So he was the executive chair from March nineteen seventy eight until may of two thousand eight and as president and CEO from eighty one through two thousand and one. So isn't that interesting? I mean, he was so beloved he held the chairman emeritus title when you know when he died, and which was the other day. So at the age of eighty seven he dies on Thursday after the holiday and in his wake he leaves all kinds of stories a legacy. There is no question about it. He brought as American Airlines CEO Doug, Parker said freedom of. Traveled hundreds and hundreds of millions of people, and he was unmatched in his style. The way he took care of customers and shareholders the people that work for met whole whole thing. And one of the things he talked about that he enjoyed about life, by the way, which had nothing to do with running. The airlines. I heard an interview with with him where he talked about wild Turkey bourbon. And he said that he smoked most of his life and stop no matter what and he like cheese crackers for breakfast. Somewhere. Upstairs. There is a bourbon with his name on it. But God rest, so what a revolutionary guy, and what he did for so many people, especially the people who worked for him, and then especially the people who were able to afford to fly because of him huge. Herb Kelleher Kelleher founder of Southwest Airlines dead at the age of eighty seven. No truth to the rumor that Nancy Pelosi wanting to be speaker of the house was dead upon arrival did not happen. However, there were a lot of Democrats that jumped off the Pelosi train so fifteen in the end, fifteen Democrats. Initially this huge rebellion about Pelosi being speaker again with the Democrats taking over the majority in the house. But the house formerly elected her Thursday to lead the new congress. The vote was two hundred twenty one ninety two over congressman Kevin McCarthy who is now a minority leader. So Democrats gained forty seats in November elections, and that gave them their biggest electoral games in four decades and followed eight years where they were in the minority. So now, they have that commanding edge in one of the chambers of congress. We get our math. We understand it them Pelosi. Seventy eight years old. People were criticizing that fresh face that whole thing the whole idea is she used one on one meetings. She promised assignments and priorities and lobbying and all that kind of stuff, and she also promised you wouldn't serve more than four additional years and speaker. So that's it. These are her for years, and she's out the president said he looks forward to working with Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the house he made that gesture earlier in the day on Thursday after that happened when he was speaking at the White House. So how about that? It's interesting with the opposition, Ohio Republican congressman John fainter. If you remember was elected speaker in twenty fifteen was twenty five Republicans voting for other candidates that was pretty much the high water, Mark. Of any speakers own party all the way back to World War One. But it says that they're certainly people can jump off. And that's exactly what happened to her with some people who did not back her. But now it's history we move on. And we see what happens with this whole wall deal, and whether or not we're going to get government in action again, and we're going to see it's going to be a couple of weeks of. Nope. Nope. Try again. Nope. Nope. Nope. And I really do think that's what we're going to see. It's not surprising. Because the president said, listen, I I said I wanted this wall. This is what we need. He compared with the day to the Vatican. Vatican has a giant wall. They're fine. All these other countries have a wall. I mean a little stretch on the Vatican thing. But whatever. This shutdown without the border deal is is is gonna change or not listen, I have some friends on the hill. I've talked to them. It doesn't seem like anyone's budging. This is not a fantasy whatever you're hearing anytime during the day listening to get any talk radio or anything on the tube anywhere, anything you're reading pretty true. It doesn't take a genius to figure this out. This is the buzz in the backyard. If you in fact, have a government job, no matter what you're hearing is this concerning, right? Because you're maybe you're waiting for a paycheck. Not everybody's in that situation. But there are certainly people who are in that situation that you did have a Republican Senator the Republican Senator from Colorado Cory Gardner, who is really going to face a tough reelection in twenty twenty. Let's face it. But. He's since congressman reopened the doors to the federal government, even without that deal on the whole border wall thing, he's the first Senate Republican to call for an end to the partial shutdown even without a deal on the demand for the five Bill to fund the border wall. He says I think we should pass a continuing resolution, but there's not a CR there's no crtv found. They don't exist. They fell on the floor and someone swept them up who was getting paid. Because there's no continuing resolution. I don't see I don't see it anytime soon at all. This means weeks. It means could we go through. I dunno. Could we go through January? Four do does the government opened in a few weeks? Remember, the Senate passed a stopgap measure to keep the government open until February eighth and kept funding for the border fencing because they didn't say wall fencing flat at the twenty eighteen level. So that's not flying. I would say anybody who is planning any kind of a trip where they were going to check out one of the national parks year at luck. You need to reschedule that luckily in a sense, this is happening in the winter, which is always one this goes on because we're talking about funding and budgets, and of course, that's one that's going to happen. But there's not a lot of vacations like those nice weather vacations where people traditionally I'll say traditionally because that's not true all the way cross the board. Visit some of the national parks that have had to be shut down. Because that for one is one of the things that has happened in the midst of all this. There is a big push to see who is going to run on the democratic side against Trump when he runs in twenty twenty and that campaigns Ardy underway for.

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"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"chairman emeritus" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Stocks a winner, we're down after apple warned that iphone sales in China are slowing down that reinforced investor's fears that global economic growth is weakening the Dow Jones industrial was off six hundred and sixty points tech stocks leading the decline on Wall Street after apple blamed anticipated disappointing earnings report on lackluster sales in China and the slowing economy in that country. But there was also negative news here in the US the institute of supply management's manufacturing index. Fell more than expected for the month of December while there is still growth in manufacturing here. It's slowed down significantly last month with a sizable decrease in new factory orders bond. Prices did rise though, it sent yields sharply lower as investors park a lot of money in those safer assets. Over the past four months, Roman Catholic diocese around the US have released the number of priests accused of child sex-abuse at a rate faster than any time in the history of that scandal and Associated Press review finds an additional fifty five dialysis have promised you release. Listen up coming months. More priests could be identified and investigations got underway. It was started by fourteen attorneys general that modeled on the Pennsylvania grand jury investigation. Well, the founder of Southwest Airlines has passed. Herb Kelleher was a long time CEO and chairman emeritus for the airline southwest released. A statement describing Kelleher as a. A pioneer a maverick an innovator the airline says Kelleher is relationships made lasting and immeasurable impressions on all who knew him and will forever. Be the bedrock of Southwest Airlines. Clayton Neville, WBZ news. President Trump is congratulating. Democrat Nancy Pelosi hours after she was sworn in as our house speaker president tells reporters during an appearance in the White House briefing room policies ascension is a tremendous achievement. President says he's hopeful that we're going to work together on issues such as infrastructure and more from the AP news desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. Your next update will be at eleven thirty and twenty four seven coverage is always at WBZ.

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Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks chairman

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks chairman

"The public and family and friends of a missing bonney lake teenager played a big part in getting fifteen year old lily christoffersen back home safely officer darren walsh legger with bonney lake police says lilley was spotted at a bus stop in puyallup by a motorist who recognized her even though her appearance had been altered we are thankful for the large amount of tips that we received in this investigation it was obviously very helpful in getting lily home safely he says they're asking the public to keep calling in tips so they can piece together what happened to lilly during the three and a half weeks she was missing two people arrested in the case now face charges a kidnapping rape and sex abuse of a minor third person was charged today with child rape thirty four year old william pitman's being held on half a million dollars bail howard schultz is stepping down as the executive chairman of starbucks schultz was the ceo of the company for decades years which saw starbucks grow to more than twenty eight thousand stores with billions in profits last year he stepped aside from the ceo role to become chairman now the seattle based chains schultz we'll take the title of chairman emeritus as of june twentysixth and is writing a book about starbucks social impact efforts washington attorney general bob ferguson is filing suit against google and facebook saying the companies didn't follow state law when it comes to campaign advertising komo's charlie harger has the story and you hear or see a campaign ad.

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