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Facebook Revenue Rises 48%, Driven by Higher-Priced Ads

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Facebook Revenue Rises 48%, Driven by Higher-Priced Ads

"After the Bell Quarterly sales jumped 48% that number by the way, far above estimates the stock in late trading popped and let's get the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Facebook saw strong demand from retailers and other advertisers seeking to grab attention from the social networks billions of users. Revenue climbed to $26.2 billion that dwarf the $23.7 billion average estimate of analysts, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Facebook, also reported 2.85 billion monthly active users arise of 10%. Analysts projected 2.83 billion. Facebook, which also owns Instagram, and WHATS APP, has seen a surge in use of its platforms for at home entertainment on keeping up with loved ones. While people have been stuck in lockdown in New York, Charlie

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shirt. And I'm Charlie Pellet APP. Limburg World Headquarters three weekly gains in a row for the S and P 500 index, the longest rally since October, a record close for both the S and P and the Dow Jones industrial average investors were shrugging off concern over inflation and instead focusing on prospects for an economic rebound. Laurie Calvin's Sena's head of US equity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, the good news that we're seeing so far. If you look at each year flows, for example, you're seeing big inflows into things like Financials. We're also seeing in my investor survey that we just We just put out that there's growing interest in the value part of the market, and these are all areas that should do well if we continue to get these hot inflation Prince indeed, wholesale Const are up and the producer Price Index rose 1% in March. Topping Wall Street forecasts that story from Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude Ice producer. Prices are by and large passed on to consumers and recent data add to the debate about inflation. Supply shortages and shipping bottlenecks are lifting costs. Is the economy recovers from covert 19? Most federal Reserve officials considerate, temporary a blip any doubt Should I Spielberg Radio Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Mary Daly says she is bullish on the rebound in the U. S economy, But there's still a long way to go before the recovery is complete, and will wait for the data to show it While I'm very optimistic and very bullish. I do actually have a word of caution. As goes Cove. It's so goes the Economy. And while we're getting closer and closer to having this fully behind us, we do have the last mile to earn and to get to. And so I haven't lost sight of that next week. Wall Street's focus shifts to bank Earnings s and P Up 31 up by 8/10 of 1% The Dow Up 297 up by 9/10 of 1% NASDAQ Up 70 again of 5/10 of 1%. Globally. Use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This'll.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World Headquarters. Another day of records on Wall Street for both the S and P 500 Index and the Dow Jones industrial average. The S and P made it to winning weeks in a row Stocks eked out a record, The rising Treasury yields continue to weigh on technology shares. Michael Holland is the chairman of Holland and company. We are in the early stages of a major recovery around the world before your word global from before. Earnings increases could easily surprised to the upside over the next 12 months and talked about a 5.5% median figure for the U. S. That's probably way understated for the GDP growth over the next 12 months. As for that growth outlook, Tiffany Wilding is chief economist of Pimco. So we think that this you know one point close to $1.9 Trillion in stimulus, much of which is expected to hit the economy this year could boost growth. You know, toe over 7%, and that would be the fastest pace of growth that we've seen in the last 40 years. So, so ultimately that's a good thing. And today, markets were digesting a key piece of economic data producer prices are rising at a faster pace, and that trend could spill in the household costs at least temporarily. War from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude Ice. Evidence of inflation is piling up is America's economy emerges from the pandemic. February's producer Price Index rose 2.8% from a year earlier, the most since February and make rice and costs will grow materials. Month over month. The index moderated after posting the largest increase in more than a decade, Consumer prices are still generally tame. Any doubt you dice Bloomberg Radio for the week the S and P was up. 2.6% up four points today Higher by 1/10 of 1% the Dow Up 293 up. 9/10 NASDAQ fell 78 down 6/10 of 1%. Global use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, take power by more than 2700 journalists and Alice and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This'll is.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About this Monday. Charlie Pellet. All right, Thank you so much. You are listening to Bloomberg Business Week. Let's get to the business week agenda. We got a lot to get to. And we do have a bit of a theme about disruptors today whether it's big coin, whether it's journalism, Myanmar social media how weakened by wind, so we get a lot coming up. In the meantime, let's set the Business week agenda. Dave Wilson with US stock Senator at Bloomberg News. He's on the remote access in New Jersey. Hey, Dave Wilson, did you watch the big game? Oh, but of course, had to. You know what you think. I mean, you're right it. Kansas City never really got going on offense, and that's sort of what help you made the game. What itwas and you sort of a runaway for a Tampa Bay. Speaking of runaways. Today's market Little bit. Yeah, a little bit me, especially if you look at the energy stocks. I mean, but by far the best performers on the day among the S and P five hundreds 11 main industry groups and May I'm looking at the energy index within the S and P 500 is up more than 4% the moment so that that's certainly get your attention and then beyond that, I mean, there is a bit of ah sort of economic, you know tins to what's going on. You see raw material producers hire industrial companies, financial stocks. I mean, basically got six up. Communications services, little change out of the 11 main industry groups. I should point out and what's lower? I mean, you know some of the more rate sensitive areas of the market real estate utilities, I mean, given What's been going on with Treasury yields lately, you know the way they've been going up and certainly posing Maura of an issue for income oriented investors to consider is I was pointing out the late last week with my chart of the day. So anyway, I mean, there's a fair amount going on. Hey, Dave, I got to tell you this morning at about 7 30. We see the news about Tesla and Elon, Musk and Tesla investing in $1.5 billion and bit Klein. Yuan musk saying, Hey, you know, we're going to start accepting Bitcoin. We're gonna talk about this in just a few minutes with Joe Wiesenthal, But I gotta tell you, I was just watching the chart on the terminal. Just the price of Bitcoin. Just pick up. Every second. After that news came out now up 11% What's going on here? You're seeing even bigger gains Tim and companies associated with Bitcoin you a couple of others that have done what Tesla has done and invested in the digital currency. MicroStrategy's one of them, It's up about 19%. The other is Marathon Patent group hired by 33%. We talked to the CEO and founder of MicroStrategy laugh. Squeak. Michael Saylor. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And beyond that, I mean, you see a company like digital up 24% riot black chain up 31% even Silver Gate Capital, which is a bank that specializes in providing services related to crypto currency. And that stocks up 10.5%. So it's clear what Tessalit did, even though its own shares. They're only up about 1% the moment. It got the attention of investors and you see the reaction in smaller companies associated with the Cryptocurrency. Remember when we used to be able to gather on the bar and have a conversation about the days is a long time ago. Way back when, once upon a time Well, someone's tweeting at me and says Love how Ellen must can pump Bitcoin. And Dodge without fear about the roaring kitty did a similar thing and is under investigation. Like like, No, No, no, but it's a good point. Where's the line between discussing Because specially, we're seeing? I don't know, Dave. How do you see that? We're seeing reaction As a result of what Ellen must it? Is that okay? Well, I mean, that's going to be a question for the regulators to look at it. They've certainly come down on Ellen must before because of his tweets. Remember the $420 buyout funding secured mess a couple of years ago. So I mean, it's an issue. You're not only for the likes of Ilan must, but for those who touting whatever they're touting on. Places like Read it, So you know that it is a concern. It's certainly given what we saw in game stopped the last few weeks and stocks like that. I mean, it's something that's on regulators. Radar When you have Janet Yellen, his secretary of the Treasury kind of gathering people together and saying, You know, I I take a close. Look what's going on around here? I mean, it's clear that you know things are Story. Now, whether you get any action of it is another story. Or is it more transparent versus maybe a bunch of, you know, big time investors getting ready getting together for dinner and saying, Hey, here's my idea. Oh, yeah, I'm going to go in on like like, Where's the line? That's beside the argument? Sure, right? Exactly. All right, Dave. Good stuff. I know. You'll be back a little later on with his chart of the day and his stock of the day. So could we get Yeah, It was a good weekend. You were all in on the Super Bowl. Where? Yeah, You know, just watching from start to finish just can't get enough of it Just because it's a big Carol's. If you're just joining us, Carol is giving me a hard time because you know, I'm not the biggest football fan in the world and you know, I'll go to a Super Bowl party. If there's a party and if I could be with my friends, and I'll watch it, but well, that that's some redemption. Yeah, and my wife is a big Bangles fan. So she chairing crazy. No, she didn't. We don't even have it on last night. No, I didn't. I didn't tell you this stuff. Didn't even I thought you were just giving me a hard time. I know. And we were in bed, but, you know, I get up early. We're in bed before it was over. So I woke up this morning to the alerts of who won. I'm just being transparent about it. Carol. Oh, no, no, And I appreciate that. I mean, listen, it wasn't either of my teams. I kind of was hoping for a closer game and as As I said, you know, boring game And if anybody said if you're into Tom Brady, or you're into the Buccaneers, like you were pretty happy. Yeah, and a lot of Ah, lot of new bucks fans after Tom Brady went there. I mean, listen, it was pretty remarkable. I'd like to watch the commercials. There was what I will say is the message is surrounding diversity. Like it was all in which was great to see. But what a change. I think from certainly past Super Bowls, You know, we had a great conversation on quick take earlier today with Jerry Smith, who was covering the marketing the advertising side of it, and he talked a lot about how nostalgia really won the day when it came to ads and it got me thinking about who these ads are trying to reach. And you know, they're people who grew up with like Wayne's world, right? And and, you know, Are there the ones where the decision makers in the household now about spending money, so it makes sense? Yeah, it was an interesting but a bunch of commercials. It was very different from what we've seen in the past. Um, what is we're gonna talk about? We're gonna talk about the coin on a tear. We're gonna get into that with her own Joe Wiesenthal. I know you caught up with him earlier. So, looking forward to that we're gonna talk about Washington. We're going to talk about me and Mar. We're going to talk about the tech start up that has reached an existential scale in the media industry. Not my words. I'm stealing it from Business Week magazine. That would be substantive. Exact. I've never heard of them. Really? Yeah. Oh, interesting. Okay, it'll be fun combo, and then we're also going to check in with the founder of the vino the wine. Start up some interesting stuff on that. Let's do the Bloomberg Business Week by two the day one number that tells us a lot 1.5 billion. Tesler says It's invested in aggregate $1.5 billion in Bitcoin as part of an updated January investment policy and may acquire and hold digital assets from time to time or long term. That's, according to a filing. Electric carmaker also expects to begin accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for its products in the near future. And listen just a reminder. You can't buy some things with the coin, so that's not necessary new thing, but this is a big endorser. Big company Bitcoins up because of it. Yeah. All right, Let's get.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Watching. Former Yankees star Alex Rodriguez has joined the roster of wealthy celebrities backing blank Check Cos he's filed to raise $500 million for Slam Corp. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet has more. Rodriguez is the CEO of slam and in its filing with the SEC. It said it intends to pursue businesses in the sports. Media, entertainment, health and wellness and consumer technology sectors. Slams specified, though, that it does not intend to target professional sports franchises, they rodders he's known from a major league baseball career that spanned more than two decades, started a Rod Corp in 2003 and has since expanded his business dealings beyond real estate. Charlie Pellets. Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, Charlie. Thank you. It's 5 38 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report. Here's Bloomberg said Cory The New York Times has posed to the quarterly profit that beat analyst expectations. Publishers. Digital subscriber growth remains strong after the presidential election just in profit was 40 cents a share in the fourth quarter, beating analyst projections of 34 cents. New York's financial regulator has created a set of best practices for managing cyber insurance risk. One estimate says the market for cyber insurance could reach $20 billion by 2025. New York's regulator pointed to the 2017 not petty attack is a key example of the challenges facing the market when New Jersey's $83 billion pension fund designed further investments in private equity and credit. Boost performance, the director of the division that runs the fund's investments says, with stocks at record levels and low interest rates, constraining bond returns higher allocations toe assets like private equity or needed. That your Bloomberg Tri State business report I made Cory right, thanks, said it's 5 39 on Wall Street. Bloomberg Radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York. London TOE Hong Kong. Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world. I'm corny Donahoe on wh Yes and Louisville, Ford's SUVs and trucks helped haul in an unexpected quarterly profit. I'm watching hearing on Bluebird D A B digital radio in London were reporting on plans to make people coming into the UK stay in quarantine hotels after February 15 I'm Ed Gauri on w. W. J in Detroit. I'm reporting stolen his will pause production in the factory in Italy that built Beyonce and Jeeps and those are some of the stories are 2700 Bloomberg journalists and analysts working on this morning around the world. Some other stories. We're following pellet on says it can't keep up with demand for its technology focused exercise machines company warned that profit will be squeezed as it tries to fix that problem. Bulletins, investing more than $100 million in air and expedited ocean based delivery.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Food chain. They claim independent tests confirmed the tuna sandwich was made from anything but tuna. I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie Pellets at Bloomberg World headquarters are losing week is behind us. It is onto the trading month of February. SMP this week down by 3.3%. Mike Wilson is chief US equity strategist at Morgan Stanley. We're still at the beginning of a new economic cycle. We're still You know, in a very highly liquid environment, and we have a new bull market, so you don't want to get too cute. You do want to be careful with things that extraordinarily overpriced it would have been saying from lunch. And really use this as an opportunity to buy some of those things, perhaps lever to the re opening that you missed, perhaps over the last three months. Well, what about the next three months and indeed the outlook for the year? In terms of the economic backdrop, George Bori is fixed income specialist that Wells Fargo Asset Management. There's a little bit of positive a little bit of negative, but on the whole, the positives are outweighing the negatives and so the economy is expected to continue to improve. We know the cove. It's our biggest challenge. On. It's really a battle between kind of vaccinations and permutations of the of the virus, and we do believe that the vaccination schedule will ultimately prevail. And today we got government data on the household finances. With that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude Ice Consumer spending dropped for the second month in a row in December while pandemic relief $900 billion worth. Boosted income late in the month that government aid could help bolster spending an early 2021 throughout the pandemic. There's been very little inflationary pressure in December was no exception, based on price data tied to the incoming spending report. Any doubt you die. Spielberg Radio the S and P 500 Index fell. 73 points down. 1.9% the Dow down 620 down. 2% NASDAQ Down 266 a drop of 2% global use 24 hours a day on air and don Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and Alice in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Charlie Pellet 13 minutes to go ahead of the closing bell. We have got the Dow, the S and P nez tank all advancing big question. Will we see another day of records across the board? Let's head right over to the first word breaking news desk for today's afternoon call, And here he is, Bill Moloney. And good afternoon show. That's right U. S stocks in the green today as an as that once again outperforms downs currently up, 59 point says if he's gay nine, NASDAQ is higher by 100. He was 10 years old at 1.1%. Gold is down three. It looks like Intel's reporting right now supposed to be out after the close a dollar 50 to estimate was a dollar 11. Back to the report here. Transport sink 200 points in among the main 11 SP sectors, leaders were taking consumer discretionary energon materials led to the downside leaders to the upside the Dow Apple and Intel while Chevron fell 3% and led to the downside after earnings, Union Pacific fell 4%. Com and papal hit record highs and Bitcoin fellas Muchas 11.3% in Deal News co star and Warburg is said to compete to buy court logic and wrapping things up IBM and seeking both report after the bell. Live from the first to make a new stats. Combo. Maloney, Charlie. Okay, I think around much bill into here, Live breaking news on your Bloomberg Don't forget to type Squawk s q U A W K on your terminal, Bill Moloney mentioned Intel. Intel shares surging right now on that early release of earnings will take apart the numbers for you, but right now we do have Intel shares. Surging 9%. I'm Charlie public. That is the Bloomberg business Flash.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Assessment roll released by the Department of Finance. The city has set a value of $1.3 trillion for its more than one million properties for the fiscal year beginning in July. Real estate taxes are the largest contributor to New York City's revenue and the primary source of funds that back it's approximately 40 billion of outstanding General obligation bonds. Charlie Pellet Bloomberg Radio. Apple has begun early work on an iPhone with a foldable screen, a potential rival to similar devices from Samsung and others. All that, according to a person familiar with the work, who asked not to be identified. Discussing private matters. Wall Street dropped again Friday to close out its first losing week in three this after reports showing the pandemic is deepening the hole for the economy as Washington prepares to throw it another lifeline. Dan Morris, chief market strategist at BNP Parable, as that management says the pandemic remains the biggest risk. Who gains on Wall Street. Unfortunately, we have plenty of distressing news there. So at some point, it accumulates sufficiently to the point where people start to rethink their forecast either burnings of her t v P. That could be something that would likely cause things to turn around at least briefly. S and P 500 fell 1.5% this week Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Well, thanks.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:00 min | 6 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Investigation continues, but the danger appears to be over. Investigators say there is no further threat to Nashville after an explosion rocked the downtown area yesterday morning. Nashville Metro Police chief John Drake says bomb dogs have swept the city and they haven't found any other bombs. He says 40 buildings were damaged by the blast. Coronavirus cases have surpassed 80 million worldwide. Johns Hopkins University reports at least 1,750,000 people have died from the disease. A deadlock over a funding bill could lead to a government shutdown. The federal government is headed toward a partial shutdown Tuesday unless Congress passes a funding bill. President Trump has refused to sign a $2.3 trillion spending package, claiming it doesn't do enough to help struggling Americans. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom governor Andrew Cuomo was said in a tweet today that New York state's new cases slowed and total hospitalizations fell slightly, as did the statewide positive test rate. But several areas including Long Island, and the regions around Albany and eerie are getting hit harder than state averages. Another 122 people died in New York State in the latest figures. 1/10 consecutive day with fatalities above 100, New Jersey has had about his many cases in December as it did from May through October. The months telly is already a record. The state reported 4000 cases yesterday, bringing the New Jersey total so far this month to about 117,000 for perspective from May 1st October 31st it reported 119,000. Economists are divided about where the economy is going in the first part of 2021 Lindsay Piegza is chief economist at Steven. She sees some clouds on the horizon. I do think there's enough strength in October November to carry the fourth quarter and keep us in positive territory, albeit low, single digit. But when we turn the corner into 2021 right now, we are looking for Returned back into negative territory as of the first quarter. Citigroup is planning to increase the bonus pool for its fixed income traders who are said to pose their best performance in more than a decade more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet sources say the overall bonus pool for traders who deal in fixed income currencies and commodities is likely to increase at least 10%. While the pool for equities traitors will probably be left unchanged. Banks. Fixed income trading revenue is expected to jump 34% this year to $17.3 billion, according to estimates compiled by Bloomberg putting it on track for the best performance since 2009 Charlie Pellet Bloomberg radio. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg Broadcasting Live.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His claims of election fraud. He suggested that it's how communism starts. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie Pellet APP. Bloomberg World Headquarters. Stocks Advance for a second day and update for the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ. It was a losing holiday shortened week for the week. The S and P down by 5/10 of 1%. But markets are now on a Christmas holiday break and we are moving into the final trading week of 2020. Diane Swank is chief economist that Grant Porton. What we really worry about now is what's going to happen in the way Of the Christmas holiday and how much travel we see and what that does to cases through the worst of the winter, which are supposed to crust in January, so that's a really important thing is that we still have momentum, but we are losing Momenta Matt a critical time and, you know we have to step back before we're two steps back before we get forward again. America's labor market will limp into 2021, though it has recovered from April's coronavirus crash and with more Here's Bloomberg's, meaning del Jude Ice Charlie. The labor market is recovered from this year's wreck. Unemployment 14.7%, but it's still in adult drums is the Corona virus rages on preliminary forecast Just December unemployment will rise to 6.8% from November. 6.7% pay well growth, meantime, has seen it 100,000, the smallest gain since April's record plunge of 21 million again. These are preliminary four cats. We'll get the data. The official data in early January weekly jobless claims of roughly four times higher than before the pandemic. Vinny Del Giudice Monberg RADIO Alabama group Holdings U. S listed shares tumbled the most ever on concern over China's ingredient to allege monopolistic practices of the e commerce company. Shares of Alibaba lower by 13. 0.3% on update for the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ S and P. Advanced 13 points up by 130.35%. The Dalip 78.2% NASDAQ Off 33 again of 330.3%. Globally. Use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg Best on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Denise Pelligrini. How Disney convinced Steve Jobs to sell Pixar and also, how was it to keep the secret about the late Apple co founders cancer? Those were some of the things that we got to hear. From Bob Iger about. He's currently executive chairman at Disney. He also used to be CEO is well all this on the David Rubenstein show Peer to peer conversations, and David begins here by asking Iker about becoming CEO of Disney. Look, I think the numbers speak for themselves and The position of the company today is far different than it was back. Then on day lot of that was due to strategy that was laid out even in the succession process. They discussed some of things I wanted to accomplish and being able to execute that strategy. Over the years in your book, you 0.4 acquisitions you made. Let me try to go through each of them with you. One of the first ones was Pixar. How did you convince Steve Jobs to sell you Pixar? And was that an easy decision to convince the board to buy Pixar and what was thought to be a pretty high price? We paid over $7 billion for Pixar. And it was an idea that I had right right away. In fact, I laid that idea on the Table to the board in my first meeting as CEO with a company, which I'm not sure it's the right way to start. But we had gone through a period of time where Disney Animation had been faltering on by almost a decade, and we had a very good Um, we had had a lot of success with Pixar and what was basically a joint venture with them. That was ending and Steve jobs, you know, in a very, very difficult and kind of in your face manner sold us publicly, meaning he made announcement public publicly that Pixar relationship with Disney would end I felt that I had to address Disney animation that it needed. It needed a huge improvement. And I thought the fastest way to accomplish that, albeit the riskiest and the most expensive was the by Pixar not only to bring picture in his part of the company but bring the executives and that would be created all the success of Pixar. And have them turn Disney animation around and that was my pitch to the board, and it took on the board side. It took from October to January January to convince them it was the right thing. I used up all the capital I had and I didn't have much because I was a brand new CEO. But I also was able to convince Steve jobs that it was a good idea. When the notion of buying Pixar came to me. I called him up. I was actually quite nervous. I got him on the phone, and I said, I've got a crazy idea. And I come up and talk to you about it. I didn't think I should broke the subject on the phone. Well, I don't know how well you knew Steve. But anyone who knew Steve would know that if you said to Steve, I have a crazy idea He would have to hear right away. So the notion that I would say that to him and then say, but I'll come up and talk to you was ridiculous. And he made me tell among phone like in the mid hit what I had in mind. What was my crazy idea? He said, Well, it's not that crazy. Why don't we? Why don't you come up and we'll talk about it, and that led to a very, very interesting discussion with him on the subject US buying Pixar and Steve becoming the largest shareholder of the Walt Disney Company. Member of our board and a true friend of mine. That was just a simple result of that process Right before the Disney board is about to approve the acquisition. 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Oracle Moves Headquarters to Texas

Masters in Business

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Oracle Moves Headquarters to Texas

"Moved its headquarters to Texas from its home state of California. More on that from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Oracle says it will give employees more flexibility on where they do their jobs. In a regulatory filing, Oracle said the move to Austin from Redwood City quote means that many of our employees can choose their office location. As well as continued to work from home part time or all of the time. Charlie Pellet, Bloomberg Radio.

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Nasdaq closes down nearly 2% as tech sector weighs on stock market

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Nasdaq closes down nearly 2% as tech sector weighs on stock market

"A sell off in some of the world's biggest technology companies weighed heavily on the equity market, dragging down stocks amid dimming prospects for fresh stimulus. Today. The S and P 500 Index dropped 29 points down 8/10 of 1% the Dow Down 105 down 4/10 NASDAQ tumbled 243 down 1.9% the NASDAQ 100 Index halting its winning streak down 2.1% tenured on 5 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.93% Hold down $31 the ounce down 1.7% 18 38 West Texas Intermediate Crude up 1/10 of 1% 45 66 a barrel Hypo Watch a Seat three. A. I think that's the software maker founded by former Oracle executive Tom Siebel up 120% of its trading debut from the price and it's $651 Million. AIPO and shares of unprofitable food delivery platform door Dash surged 85% in their trading debut today. And the latest sign of investor exuberance. And what has already been a record here for I pose again recapping equities lower with the S and P 500 Index down 29 down 8/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that his a Bloomberg

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Toll Brothers' Home Sales Rise as Buyers Seek More Space

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Toll Brothers' Home Sales Rise as Buyers Seek More Space

"The home builder reported better than expected order growth. Last quarter. Here with more is Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. It is a sign that home buyers rushing to the suburbs join the pandemic are fueling a boom in luxury sales, the builder said. Purchase contracts for the three months through October jumped 68% from a year earlier to 3407. The average estimate of analysts surveyed by Bloomberg was 3237 orders were the highest for any quarter in the company's history. CEO Doug here, Lee said in a statement. Quote. We are currently experiencing the strongest housing market I have seen in my 30 years. A toll brothers Charlie fell it. Bloomberg Daybreak. All right,

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. More than one million people flew through US domestic airports yesterday. The second highest daily totals is the Corona virus pandemic hit last spring, this even as officials warn against travel around the Thanksgiving holiday. Airline passengers still lags substantially behind normal levels. But data posted by the Transportation Security Administration showed that at least some people are bugging suggestions. They stay at home in light of the rapid growth of the cove in 19 infections. We're hearing, Fed Governor Layla Brainard has slipped from among top contenders for Treasury secretary under Joe Biden. Our source says Brainard, a favorite for the post before the election, has had no contact with Biden's transition team since he won With Brainard Sod slipping, chances are increasing that the president elect could turn to former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to lead the Treasury Department. China has resisted giving a date for when the Boeing 7 37 Max can return to service in the biggest market for the jet after the U. S. Regulators lifted a 20 month, grounding more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet, According to a report from China's central television, The Civil Aviation Administration of China has stuck to its stance that there is no clear timetable for when the plane could make. You could come back, according to CCTV, the authorities said it's three criteria that need to be met before the jet can return to the skies remain unchanged Last week. The F A a clear the Max is returned of the skies with an extensive package of fixes, including software changes to a system linked to fatal crashes and maintenance procedures. Charlie Pellets, Bloomberg Radio. Keeping an eye out for people who are parked illegally could lead to some cash. If a new bill before the city Council becomes law, Fox five New York reports that proposed bill would give whistleblowers $25 of each ticket issued as a result of people reporting it Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Welcome. The Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg Radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm your host. June Grasso this week. Why Trumpism is really just a one man brand. Also on the show. Winter is coming, and it's time for a new hobby. Plus how college football putting out smart the Corona virus. But first big box retailers posted earnings earlier this week, and the.

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Dow ends down over 167 points as stocks retreat from records

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Dow ends down over 167 points as stocks retreat from records

"Today on Wall Street stocks eased off their records as investor focus shifted to the surgeon cases. Along with new lockdown measures, including it'll annoy that overshadowed optimism that covert 19 vaccines will eventually and the pandemic s and P 500 index down 17 a drop Today of 5/10 of 1% the Dow Down 167 down 6/10 of 1% and NASDAQ fell 24 points lower by 2/10 of 1% Tenure up 14 30 seconds. 10 Year Yield 100.85% Gold down 4/10 of 1% 18 80, the on Sam, West Texas intermediate crude. Lower little changed out two cents. 41 32 a barrel. I'm Charlie Pellet.

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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Alphabet, Twitter, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:39 min | 8 months ago

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Alphabet, Twitter, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon

"Here's a Facebook are down two and a third percent. The social media company warns of significant uncertainty next year, citing unpredictable online spending trends and regulatory challenges. That's over shadowing third quarter results, which blew past estimates. Debra Aho Williamson is principal analyst Edie Marketer Facebook's audience and then the number of users is substantial. It's ad targeting is incredible advertisers at the same time they tell me that they are concerned about the atmosphere of Facebook. They also say pretty much in the same breath that they can't live without Facebook. Facebook said it saw an unusual decline in U. S and Canadian users in the quarter, though it did see growth overseas Shares of Twitter or down more than 16% in early trading. The company says it added a million new daily users in the third quarter. That was fewer than forecast dashing optimism that Twitter would reap benefits from a return of live sports and the coming election. On the flip side Shares of alphabet around more than 5.5% in the premarket. The parent company, a. Google returned to strong growth in the third quarter after a decline in the fryer period and here with more on the results, Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet, the quarter was fuelled by digital advertising that has rebounded along with the U. S economy. The Google parents reported third quarter revenue minus the cost of distribution deals for its search engine was up 15% to $38 billion. While that was slower than the pace of growth a year ago, it marked a turnaround from the previous quarters drop. YouTube, the fastest growing part of Google's at business brought in $5 billion.32 percent more than

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Thursday's Bloomberg Business Flash

Bloomberg Markets

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Thursday's Bloomberg Business Flash

"Take This is a Bloomberg Business World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellet. Apple shares little changed after ours. Apple reported quarterly results that topped Wall Street estimates. The record sales of Maxim Services made up for a delayed iPhone 12 launch China revenue, however slumped. The company gave no forecast for the key holiday quarter. Amazon projected a steep jump in sales in the current quarter, topping analyst estimates. Amazon shares trading lower now by roughly 1% Facebook posted up better than projected gain in third quarter revenue, indicating that a major advertiser boycott of the social network had limited impact against the backdrop of a broader revival of spending on digital marketing. Facebook shares up now by roughly 1%. Also out after the closing bell alphabet. It returned to growth in the third quarter after a decline in the previous period. Alphabet chairs surging now by 7%. It was an update on Wall Street with the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ all rebounding from yesterday's route s and P Up. 39 up. 1.2% the Dow off 139 5/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Up. 180 UP by 1.6% 10 Year Down 17 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.82% Gold down 5/10 of 1% 18 60 70 ounce West Texas Intermediate crew down 3.5%. 36 await a barrel. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash.

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Nasdaq soars as tech stocks lead a market rally

Bloomberg Markets

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Nasdaq soars as tech stocks lead a market rally

"S and P and NASDAQ up the highest in almost six weeks amid a rally in tech companies, as Paul mentioned traders awaiting earnings from banks. And news on a fresh round of economic stimulus. Let's get right to the numbers because stocks are flying on this Monday here with the S and P up 67. That was a gain of just about 2%. Now of 316 up 1.1% in the year to date column on the Bloomberg looking at a Dow up so far this year by 1.3% To put that in context so year to date, the S and P ease up 9.7%. While NASDAQ is surging by 33% so far this year today, NASDAQ adding on another 353 points up by 3%. We've got gold down 4/10 of 1% lower by $8 an ounce of 1922 west Texas Intermediate Crew down 2.5% 39 59 Bottom line Text of the standouts Briefly apple up 6.6%. Amazon up 6% Twitter up now by 5.7%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That's of Bloomberg. Business Flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you. So

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CFA Schedule Is Disrupted Again With December Exams Canceled

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

CFA Schedule Is Disrupted Again With December Exams Canceled

"CF candidates are going to have to wait a little longer to take their tests. The CF a institute is canceling December exams in 37 locations around the world. We get that story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet December dates for the chartered financial analyst exam have been scrubbed in 13 cities. Including New York, San Francisco and Chicago, as well as 11 in India. The institute says it may announce additional postponements in coming weeks. The move again disrupts the plans of test takers, hoping to earn a CF a credential, bypassing all three levels of the most challenging test in finance. The institute had earlier postponed its joon exam. Candidates will be able to reschedule for dates in 2021 Charlie

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. I'm Charlie Pellets are special coverage continues of President Trump's covert 19 diagnosis and treatment. The president is now at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to be treated overcoming days for covert 19, signaling growing concern about the severity of his illness after leaving the White House this evening by helicopter. President tweet of the video in which he said quote. I think I'm doing very well. We're going to make sure things work out. He also said the first lady is doing very well. Marine One landed near the military hospital, Trump was driven to the large complex. White House officials say the visit is precautionary and that the president will be working from the hospital's presidential suite. Which is equipped to allow him to continue his official duties in business. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has found itself in the spotlight after the president was treated with the company's experimental antibody treatment for covert 19. Just days after the unveiling of promising preliminary trial results. It was a down day on Wall Street as investors focused on the president's treatment, as well as the jobs report with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. It's a sign the economy is leaving without a Corona virus vaccine afresh. Government aid payroll growth was cut in half in September, with the economy would covering just 661,000 jobs. Unemployment felt a 7.9% of people quit the labor force. Major job cuts it airlines and blue chip signal trouble ahead with an 11. Million people are currently collecting unemployment. Any doubt you die. Spielberg Radio s and P 500 Index down. 32 Points down. 1% The Dow down 5/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 2.2%. Charlie Pellet, Bloomberg TV and radio..

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In 1965 before serving in Vietnam War. I'm at matins. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Law enforcement intercepted a package addressed to President Donald Trump earlier this week that contained the poison rice and that's according to CNN sighting. Two unidentified law enforcement officials. The FBI and the Secret Service are investigating the incident. All mail sent to the White House is sorted and screened off site before it's delivered. President Donald Trump says he's approved oracles bid for the U. S operations of TIC Tac in concept a deal forced by the president's orders last month, declaring the popular video sharing up Was a national security threat. I have given the deal my blessing, Trump told reporters today as he left the White House for a campaign rally in North Carolina. The Chinese government has to sign off on the transaction for it to go forward. Saudi Arabia is warning to OPEC plus cheaters and short sellers alike helped oil prices stage their biggest weekly rally since June. More on that from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Futures rose 10% last week following a show of determination by Saudi Arabia, the most influential nation in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to defend the market. Saudis hinted they are prepared for new production cuts and blasted OPEC plus members that have cheated on production quotas. Charlie Pellet Bloomberg Radio. Nymex crude was last quoted at 41 11 a barrel at the start of the week. The empty announced there would be $50 fines for transit riders refusing to wear a mask. By Friday afternoon, according to the Gotham ist, the agency announced that empty a police and bridge and tunnel officers had issued zero tickets. New York will start enforcing its ban on single use plastic bags. The band, which took effect March, 1st was not enforced earlier because of a lawsuit brought against the state by an association of New York City Bodega owners, a Bronx grocer and a plastic bag maker. But it will be starting October 19th Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This's Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

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U.S. Tech Stocks Decline in Worst Week Since March: Markets Wrap

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:00 min | 10 months ago

U.S. Tech Stocks Decline in Worst Week Since March: Markets Wrap

"US stocks ended up volatile session today. Major averages were mixed. Declines in tech shares continued after a five month rally came to a halt last week as 10 P 500 Index Little Change today up by one point, ending the week heading into the weekend of 33 40. By less than 1/10 of 1% s and P By the way, positive on the year by 3.4% the Dow Up 131 points up by 5/10 of 1% NASDAQ fell 66 points lower by 6/10 of 1% for the week. By the way, NASDAQ was down 4% Thie SNP this week Down, 2.5% Down down by 1.7% 10 Year Yield 100.66% Gold down 2/10 of 1% 1941 the arms. And West Texas Intermediate crude little changed 37 31 barrel. It was also a losing week for crude. W T I this week down by 6.1% recapping volatile Friday Be up a point by about 1/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That's a Bloomberg business

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The Dow gains 293 points Wednesday, reclaiming the 29,000 level

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:05 min | 10 months ago

The Dow gains 293 points Wednesday, reclaiming the 29,000 level

"The virus first, Let's get to Charlie Pellet update on trade. Hey, Charlie. Well, hello there, Jason Kelly and happy Wednesday to you. Both. The Federal Reserve says the U. S economy showed signs of progress, but Continue to struggle amid the ongoing Corona virus pandemic and it's beige Book report Police 31 minutes ago. The feds said quote economic activity increased among most districts, but gains were generally modest and activity remain well below levels prior to the cova 19 pandemic. Equities are higher is the nearly relentless rally in risk assets continues supported by dovish comments from policymakers, the S and P 500 index is up. 39 points up 1.1%. Downs of 292 up 1% NASDAQ Holding Above 24,017 up, 77 points up by about 7/10 of 1%. 10 Year up 6 30 seconds. The yield 300.64% gold is down 1.5% now to 1940 ounce West Texas Intermediate crude is tumbling 3.1% of barrel of our

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the Bloomberg News Room. Ah hot weekend is bearing down on the New York City area. Bloomberg meteorologist Scott Kaplan says the high near 88 today and 95 tomorrow and the humidity will make it feel. Way worse. Bridgewater Associates, the world's biggest hedge fund firm, says it's planning job cuts. More employees working from home and new technologies are changing the types of people it needs to serve clients. Meanwhile, Bridgewater Associates, former co chief executive officer, Eileen Murray is ramping up her feud with the firm. She accuses Bridgewater of threatening to withhold her deferred compensation because she went public with gender discrimination allegations. Apple has told US employees they can take many as four hours off with pay on Election Day to vote or volunteer at a polling place more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. The policy applies to retail employees and hourly workers and a similar to moves made by other companies, including Twitter and Uber. It was announced in a memo to Apple employees seem by Bloomberg News, Deirdre O'Brien, Apple senior VP of retail and people told staff quote for retail team members and hourly workers across the company. If you're scheduled to work this election day will be providing upto four hours of paid time off if you need it to get to the polls. Charlie felt Bloomberg radio be worried. That is what some analysts are telling you when it comes to the economy and the current state of affairs. Megan Green is a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. The economic data isn't looking great. And, of course, PPP money is running out. If people don't get beefed up unemployment insurance is going to be a huge cash cliff, So I think we do need to be worried about the economy. Ah little piece of normalcy returned to New York City as the Bronx Zoo officially opened to the general public yesterday. Brock's who had been closed for months because of the pandemic. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Is Bloomberg long, complicated.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Johnson and I'm Charlie Pellets and Bloomberg World Headquarters. Down Friday and a losing week for the U. S. Stock market Stocks fell for a second day as investors grew anxious about rising tensions with China along with a potential stalling of the economic recovery. Mueller Richardson is investments matter just that Edward Jones, there is a acknowledgement that the economic recovery will be on even on then you add a diplomatic Rising tensions between the U. S in China. That is a context for a risk sentiment today and Chris Harvey is head of equity strategy at Wells Fargo Securities. We would hope that you only invested in this appointment, you're not fully invested. This would not be a great time to really Buying your uber cafs and really put on it. At this juncture, we'd be in a little bit more cautious. Intel shares plunged today. After earnings on the conference call CEO Bob Swan spent almost an hour Discussing an idea that would have once been unthinkable for the world's largest semiconductor company, and that is not manufacturing its own chips. Swan spoke today with Bloomberg Television and radio. We talked yesterday about 20% higher demand for our 10 nanometer products and we intend to Spadaro in the year so we're delivering on the products in 2020 We expect to deliver on 21. We expected the liver on 22 we also expect to Iran 2023 Intel was down 16.2%. The S and P 500 index fell 20 points, down 6/10 of 1% for the week, down 3/10 of 1%. The Dow down 182 down seven tense. NASDAQ down 98 down nine tense Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This's.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World headquarters. It was a mixed Friday for the U. S stock market. But another winning week for the S and P 500 index up three in a row. Stocks advanced in thin trading as investors digested the week's initial burst of corporate earnings. Economic data and Corona virus News. Lauren Goodwin is multi asset portfolio manager of New York life insurance When I look at positioning in the marketplace, not just high valuations, but how Investors are position. I see very low conviction about the path forward, and it's not necessarily that risk for investors is higher than it's ever been. It's just that But uncertainty is profound. And Brian Levin, his senior investments, marriages that Invesco Advisers, you know, obviously we're all monitoring mobility. We're all monitoring reopening. I think if those things turn you will have volatilities in markets, we should be expect uncertainty to lead the volatility, A gauge of America's economic outlook has taken a turn for the worse and with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice, the University of Michigan's nationwide consumer sentiment index is full. Ling is the pandemic barrels through Texas, Florida and other states. July's dropped reversed most of the prior months. Cane. It's a troubling sign for the economy and demonstrates how the Corona virus controls our daily lives. An extra $600 unemployment aid is about to run out. Any Del Giudice Bloomberg radio sources tell Bloomberg CBL Associates Properties the owner of more than 100 shopping malls across the country, is preparing to file for bankruptcy stocks mixed SNP, up nine, up 3/10 of 1%. NASDAQ up 29 also up three tents, and the Dow fell 62 down 2/10 of 1%. Global two used 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is master's in business with very rich holds on Bloomberg Radio..

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Facebook May Suspend All Political Ads Before 2020 Election

Masters in Business

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook May Suspend All Political Ads Before 2020 Election

"Familiar with the company's thinking say Facebook is considering imposing a ban on political ads on its social network in the days leading up to the November election. A story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Those sources say the potential ban is still only being discussed on has not yet been finalized. The halt on ads could serve as a defense against misleading election related content spreading widely right now a CZ people prepared to vote. Still, there are also concerns that are not blackout could hurt. Get out the vote campaigns or limited candidatesability to respond widely to breaking news or new information. Charlie Donald Bloomberg Radio.

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World headquarters. It wasn't up Friday. A winning week is well, stocks gained. Those signs of the world could be closer to an effective treatment for covert 19 blunted concerns that are rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery. Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist that Leuthold Weeden Capital Management. The real key here is you don't have to get back to normal before security prices move. They've already moved long before we're back to normal, and they will probably continue to do that. If we could just trend northward in terms of economics. I think that's going to be sufficient, even if it's slow and even if it started style, and David Kelly is chief global strategist of J. P. Morgan Asset Management, really well the government needs to do is control the pandemic because the industries that are being shut down here are not just being shut down by a lack of consumer income. It's because consumers just don't want to get on a plane or pile into a restaurant, O R. And it's very difficult to reopen the schools. In this environment. We need to control the pandemic. If we're going to see the next leg of recovery here, he mentioned the airlines carriers have been slashing jobs as they grapple with demand. That is a fraction of what it was a year ago. Helen Becker covers the industry for calendar, so it's started. The year There were 750,000 people employed in aviation, and we estimate that by the end of the year, there will only be between 556 100,000 people employed. So somewhere between 152 100,000 people will lose their jobs You know, in the fourth quarter of this year. Among some of the airline names American was up 6.8% United up by a 0.3% on up Friday, SNPL 33 up 1%. That now up 369 up 1.4%. NASDAQ up by 7/10 of 1%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Palette. This is Bloomberg. Thiss is Bloomberg.

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Cameo now lets you book 10-minute Zoom calls with celebrities

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Cameo now lets you book 10-minute Zoom calls with celebrities

"People pay celebrities, entertainers, musicians. And influencers to record messages for them. Now the service is expanding into live Zoom calls. Every single athlete actor celebrity at the core is really a gig. Economy work, Stephen Go. Llinas is co founder and CEO of the biggest things Get Paper Game. Musicians get paid per show. Stand up Comedians Get Paper Act, which raises the question of how much should it cost for a 10 minute zoom call and our celebrities setting the right price. We have price for their talent. Modern and almost these Tom slick, like in real estate, where they can see people that are similar statue. Maybe teammates of theirs on a sports team are a similar calibre musician and another band. A 10 minute zoom call with comedian Gilbert Gottfried was recently listed for $150 while actor Charlie Sheen was going for $500. I'm Charlie Pellet. Bloomberg Radio. Radio.

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US designates 4 Chinese media outlets as 'foreign missions,' a step that could force some of their journalists to leave

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

US designates 4 Chinese media outlets as 'foreign missions,' a step that could force some of their journalists to leave

"Well, the U. S has designated form or Chinese media companies as foreign missions We get more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. The president is doubling down on a strategy aimed at calling attention to President Ji Jin ping's increasingly restrictive controls over news organizations. The State Department's foreign mission designation means reporters in the US for the four news organizations will essentially be treated as Chinese government diplomats. With requirements of their employers to tell their numbers and identities. It also imposes constraints on visas and acquiring property. The media outlets covered were China Central Television, the People's Daily China News Service and the Global

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"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"charlie pellet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If fina so comes to economic momentum i'm charlie pellet a contingency stocks hitting records a separate about the market environment was the price is with us today senior economist at ameriprise financial based in detroit in our bloomberg 1130 at studios in new york welcome back thanks for having me what's going on detroit detroit truly seeing quite a revitalization they went through the bankruptcy about five or six fears ago and that may be the best thing that happened that city and probably sixty years it's really seeing quite a renaissance is it more than beyond the kind of core downtown area and like dan gilbert is doing is it kind of stena spreading out there in detroit i think slowly but surely it is progressing out a little bit from that center core but certainly the center core is where it's most apparent but slowly but surely i think it's making its way onto the neighborhoods but that's going to be a long process it is it's interesting i was there a year ago or so originally from michigan was sort of of traffic i could probably blame me for the watson detroit look he blamed for all the bad traffic but i certainly was a witness to it and it's it's interesting to see what the with the is being built around the sort of modern notion of of manufacturing and and making stuff but also software and indeed in quicken a big part of it that's right that's right it is of more diversified environment today so that certainly helps the idea that the automobile industry is stabilized if not maybe come back a little bit so the city itself is seeing better real estate prices and better rising incomes so it's a good story but it's still has a long way to golf when you look at the us economy good story to i think so i think a lot of people are somewhat frustrated that it's been a role to early slow pace of growth since the recession but slow and steady wins the race this reserve a period of expansion that i think can last quite a little bit longer in really what it matters to whether we're going to see another downturn a nod is how much debt dealer corporations or.

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