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Independent Sports Consultant Leon Mann Discusses Racism in Soccer
"So how you take it knowing that this has been something. You've been working on campaigning for ages. Now i mean vegetables. Thank you for me on can share some thoughts and views. It's great to be with both of you You know. I'm big fans of both your work. It's a real honor to be on here but It does what happened last summer. You know it was the realization of the problems that we've been talking about for many many years decades you know in. Shuckers dykes wallet. Back in terms of is what. Show racism. The red card myself. I've been working with campaign. Kick racism out football now known as kick out and guns but this football blacklist together and the black to a major spill around journalism and these conversations have been ongoing around right out week kind of diversify our industry. How do we ensure we see black leaders in our industry and how do we change. Dynamic swiftly and those conversations were incredibly frustrating because that would be a win in the room but it would be a lack of action to follow them So as a result of that we kept on having lots of conversations with barre barre slow progress but what happens in the summer it the game to store to reflect an actually as a community. We'll stood together and said no this is this is not going to continue anymore We cannot sell people treated this way. And we're not going to have this going to stand for. I think the fact that we're ruled on lockdown at the time meant that people were very very focused on this issue and as a result of that It feels like with with moving forward in a in a much more positive direction. in terms of the actions. And i'm you know privy to With the chief executives of lee seung susceptible associations etc and it lonely be judged on the actions. Of course bofill am. I do say this with some kind of kool shen because of twenty years of working on this. But i feel like we're in a place where we can get some real progress made leon as as transformative as twenty twenty has been i. I wanna talk a little bit about the start of couponing of the blacklist. What was you spock. And why kind of given the social challenges of the The last two years you felt the need to do that email as as as you already mentioned it was in and i'm sure you recognize would have been in such a frustrating atmosphere to not. Yeah i mean th th the black this was was born out of you know wanting to do something when type response. I had control over so looking for the kick out. Racism out full. It was a campaign was fantastic. Transitioning into a journalist with the bbc where it was working as a presents when report was great for me as an individual also had freedom to kind of put some actions in place. So i could control and drive myself alongside with my community. So i was as a campaigner meetings with various black people but black people that my friends and family from the black community would never know so when they're talking to me about How did you get get a job in football. And leon how why. Why do we never see any black representation. I said well the dead as many but they are there. So i thought well how do we shine a light on these people to celebrate contribution but also show the next generation of young black men and women. Listen you wanna be a lawyer in football. You can do it because this person has done it. And they're working at this. You want to be working in a major department. You wanna be a doctor. You wanna do all these kinds of jobs. You can't do it because these people have come before you. They all the pioneers that we should be celebrating in a similar way to how we celebrate a pioneering back players in every single position. We should celebrate these people as a way of opening the due to the next generation. Now of course that only works if that comes together with opportunity. Because i can go into community show about look you gamble Look here baltimat- live people arrive adult. It doesn't open Then they'll just turn around and disappearance of industries and just kind of have a relationship with football They will you on the tv or go to gags. So that's the bit. I think we need to work on you. Know in terms of where are the opportunities you know how much what the game is doing to attract retain and develop people bring a different diversity to the game and also not to see as as a charitable act.
Witnesses Praise Merrick Garland, Joe Biden's Pick for Attorney General
"Witnesses have been called on the second and final day of confirmation hearings in the Senate for attorney general pick Merrick Garland. One of the witnesses attesting to Garland's character and judgment was interim president and chief executive officer Wayne Henderson. With the leadership conference on civil and human rights, he called Garland uninspired choice. Attorney general must be seen by every member of the public from every community as a fair arbiter of our legal system, whose sole duty is to serve the national interest. Alan was also praised by Republican witness former independent counsel Ken Starr, who spent years investigating Democratic President Bill Clinton. The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to vote on Garland Monday. The full Senate could act
Power Returns for Many Texans, but Low Pressure Water Crisis Escalates
"Focus on the ongoing effects from that deadly winter storm that hit several states a few days ago. Earlier today, President Biden approved a major disaster declaration for Texas, which was hit especially hard. The move frees up federal funding to help rebuild and recover from the storm. Throughout the state. Freezing temperatures and extreme weather had a devastating effect on infrastructure, especially the water supply affecting millions of people. Here's Florian Martin of Houston public media with the latest on that volunteers handed out thousands of bottles of water at a distribution side in San Antonio. It's has been challenging because we have five people. Michael Williams came here from the small town of Bernie just outside San Antonio. He says he and his family have been without running water. Since Monday. Our community has in Bernie has really banded together so Challenging, but we can get through it. After days without electricity. The vast majority of Texans have had their power of historic, according to the state's grid manager. Temperatures air back to above freezing in most of the state, But clean water could remain an issue through the rest of the weekend and beyond. The problem is low water pressure. We've seen a task aid of effects. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo is the chief executive for the county that includes Houston. The power outages affected the generator. Is that keep the pressure going, and the pipes that have birth have also been a problem for the leading to the loss of water pressure When the pressure sinks below a certain level, Texas cities are required to issue boiled water notices because the water could become contaminated. Notices are in effect in large cities like Houston, Austin and San Antonio. This week, many people ran their faucets and a constant trickle something plumber's advice to keep pipes from freezing. Well, it's a catch. 22 John Ingram is a plumber in Houston. Yes, it does take away water, and we are in a crisis as far as water pressure and keeping Pressure up across the tent city. However, at the same time, that's really the only option you have and maintaining water in your home. Thanks to all those burst pipes. Demand for plumbers now far exceeds supply. One Houston church has reached out to partners across the country to get volunteer plumbers to Texas. Chris See is the pastor at a classy, a Houston He says they usually try to organize emergency help like this for home repairs after tropical storms and hurricanes this time, we need a little bit more skilled labor mucking houses a lot easier than plumbing repairs on burst pipes, but Just following in that vein. We know that's what we need. C says the response has been slow as other states have also had issues with the weather and people are has attend to travel during the pandemic. He's confident they'll get a team of volunteers together for the community's most in need. The church is paying for travel, food and accommodation. For most Texans. The nightmare will probably be over next week. But many others will have to deal with the storm's aftermath. For awhile longer. We went outside in our neighbors have kind of been checking on each other, and it was the same for everyone. Rachel thinking lives in Austin, where large areas they're still without water. We're just trying to do that their minimum right now, basically January in Flushing toilets, we can't really do much beyond them. She's Says they've even had to collect snow from outside to melt in the tub for NPR news. I'm Florian Martin in Houston.
City of Everett, NE of Seattle, to house homeless in ‘Pallet’ shelters
"Will go ahead with plans to house up to 30 Unsheltered people in locally built emergency housing units known as palate shelters on the Ark Lina Vil and sterilize a bill which is really helpful in light of the current Coben crisis. Amy King, chief executive of Everett based Palate, the Herald reports. The City Council has approved the $1 million Pilot project under one condition. The city also passed a law prohibiting on housed people from loitering on public space surrounding the site.
Epic Games Takes Its War With Apple To Europe
"Expanding the theater of war here epic games has filed a formal antitrust complaint against apple to the european commission claiming that apple imposes commercially unviable burdens on rivals quoting from the financial times epic. Alleged apple has quote not just harmed but completely eliminated competition in app distribution and payment processes by staging a string of quote carefully designed anti-competitive restrictions and quote which argued are in breach of e. You law in. The brussels filing epic also accused apple of giving itself preferential treatment by launching. Its own gaming distribution service apple arcade while making it difficult for competitors to bundle multiple games into single apps within the app store. What's at stake. Here is the very future. A mobile platforms said any epa games founder and chief executive consumers have the right to install choosing and developers. Have the right to compete in a fair marketplace and quote. He said his company will fight what he regards as apple's abuse of its dominant platform quote. It's bad for consumers who are paying inflated prices due to the complete lack of competition among stores and inap- payment processing he said and it's bad for developers whose very livelihood often hinge on apple's complete discretion as to who to allow on the platform and on which terms and
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson Dies
"Today that Marriott's boss has died. The company, says CEO Arne Sorenson, who had been fighting pancreatic cancer since May of 2019 passed away on Monday at the age of 62. Sorenson had been Marriotts chief executive since 2012
Parler, a Social Network That Attracted Trump Fans, Returns Online
"Alternative Social network popular with far right conservatives and extremists has returned to the Internet. NPR's Shana Bond reports. The site was forced off line in January after the Capitol insurrection parlor says it's re launch site is built on quote sustainable independent technology and that it's not reliant on big tech. Parlor advertises itself is a free speech network. With few rules. It's attracted supporters of former President Donald Trump. But after the Capitol attack, Amazon Web services stopped hosting parlor and Apple and Google booted it from their APP stores. The tech companies, which are NPR financial supporters said parlor failed to remove posts encouraging violence. For now, Parlor says only current users can use its platform new members conjoined next week. It's also looking for a new chief executive. Its last CEO, was fired after clashing with conservative donor Rebecca Mercer over how the site should be run. Shannon
Indianapolis art museum apologizes for job posting that mentioned 'traditional, core, white art audience'
"Indianapolis Museum of Art posted a job opening for a director who could bring a more diverse audience to the museum while maintaining the traditional core white on art audience. Museum's chief executive now apologizes for the wording, saying he deeply regrets the choice of language. But they were just trying to be transparent about the fact that anybody who was going to apply for the job really needed to be committed to diversity efforts and all parts of the museum. Guest curator is of the museum's upcoming Black Lives Matter Street mural exhibition say In light of this, they can no longer be involved.
Indianapolis art museum apologizes for job posting that mentioned 'traditional, core, white art audience'
"A job opening for a director who could bring more diverse audience to the museum while maintaining the traditional core white art audience. The museum's chief executive, is now apologizing for the wording, saying he deeply regrets the choice of language. He says they were just trying to be transparent about the fact that anybody who is going to apply for the job really needs to be convinced committed to diversity efforts in all parts of the museum. Yes, Curator is for the museum's upcoming black lives matter. Street Bureau exhibitions say they can no longer be involved.
Indianapolis museum apologizes for 'white art' job listing
"Indianapolis Museum of Art at New Fields has apologized for a job listing looking for a new director who could bring in more ah, more diverse audience but maintain their traditional core white art audience. The New York Times reports. New Fields Museum director and chief executive Charles Venable said in an interview that the wording of the job listing was intentional. He said the listing was meant to indicate that the museum would not abandon its existing audience says it's on a more diverse Inclusive crowd. Venable apologized for his choice of language, saying they were trying to be
Facebook Wants To Copy Clubhouse Too
"Surprising almost nobody sources are telling. Mike isaac in the new york times that facebook is building an audio chat product currently in its earliest stages of development to when you know clone clubhouse quote mark zuckerberg facebook's chief executive has been interested in audio communication forums. Said the people with knowledge of the matter and he appeared in the clubhouse app on sunday to chat about automated virtual reality facebook executives have ordered employees to create a similar product. Said the people who are not authorized to speak publicly the product is in its earliest stages of development they said and the products code-named could change. We've been connecting people through audio and video technologies for many years and are always exploring new ways to improve that experience for people. Emily high school. A facebook spokeswoman said and quote
Purell Hopes Well Sanitize Long After the Pandemic Ends
"Daily on this friday february fifth. Happy friday everyone. Here's a question. How much hand sanitizer did you use this week. And betting a lot certainly more than you use before the start of the covid nineteen pandemic well. The same probably goes for the number of extra paper towel rolls. Unopened surface cleaners. You have stored in your home. There is no question that the pandemic has changed our buying habits but it's also changed our hygiene hazards including you guessed it. Just how much sanitizer. We use on our hands as you might expect. Sales of pure l. Hand sanitizer jumped six hundred percent in two thousand and twenty no surprise there and go joe industries which makes pure. Al recently made a move. That's a rarity in its sector. They built a new factory and a new warehouse. Now that is an expensive undertaking. Unless of course. There's a payoff which begs the question. Will there be pure l. Says yes there are betting that demand for hand sanitizer will remain high even when the pandemic is eventually in the rear view mirror. Go jos chief. Executive kerry jairus told the wall street journal that the company which previously had one factory in one warehouse wasn't planning to build any more for a decade but then again they also weren't planning for a global pandemic soon pure l. started flying off the shelves and go joe decided to build. That's a risky move. That other companies within demand products aren't ready to make yet clorox which sells disinfecting cleaners hand wipes and hand sanitizers also saw demand grow during the pandemic as did lysol which sells cleaners and yes hand sanitizer but instead of breaking ground on new buildings clorox and lysol looked for other ways to expand and make more products faster. The wall street journal reported that both companies reconfigured existing factories to increase output and they hired third party manufacturers to make more products if the pandemic ends and demand decreases well. They can simply discontinue the third party products and not lose much money if anything. The pandemic has crowded the hand sanitizer market companies like proctor and gamble which did not sell sanitizer previously jumped into action at the beginning of the pandemic and produce their own sanitizer safeguard for consumers. And don't forget the distilleries texas based vodka maker tito's produced more than eleven hundred tons of hand sanitizer between march and december of last year which they gave away to first responders and other critical personnel other distilleries across the country bottled their sanitizers for profit. Which helped him stay afloat. When tours and tastings were cancelled someday someday this pandemic will be over and when that day comes. Procter and gamble will likely return to their diverse portfolio of laundry detergent shampoo and toothpaste. Tito's will once again focus on cocktails clorox and lysol will continue to meet house cleaning needs but burell
Parler CEO Is Fired After 'Constant Resistance' Inside The Conservative-Friendly Site
"The former ceo of parter discussing how he was fired. The social media site promoted itself as a forum for free speech. It quickly became a goto site for conspiracy theorists supremacy cysts and some of the people who attacked the united states capitol on january. Sixth parlor is now offline and its former chief executive told. Npr's bobby allen he's out of work since twenty eight twenty-seven-year-old nevada engineer john maids ran the social media site parlor. But here's how he now introduces himself. John mates unemployed unemployed. He says because of a disagreement over free speech. Many of the capital rioters turns parlor to document property. Damage vandalism and other violence to mates. That was a wakeup call to me. It was a clear indication of what could happen. If we didn't change the right things were being done. The realization came too late for parlour since amazon had already terminated its web hosting contract with the company after saying it quote. Systemically failed to police. Violence mates though had a plan parlor would relaunch by banning domestic terrorists and incitements of violence including from the conspiracy theory cunanan. He took his proposal to parlors. Co-founder conservative donor. Rebecca mercer. When i presented my plan to rebecca mercer and one of the other reps. They were silent. So i took that as disagreement. We've reached out to mercer but she did not immediately respond. There were two separate visions for the company. That's conservative talk. Show hosts dan bongino. He's a parlor investor. He posted a video. Facebook defending parlors. Decision to fire mates. We were the ones in fact fighting to get parlor backup. It was some really bad decisions made by people on the inside. Bongino says mates despite being ceo did not own parlors mission. And i don't know what john say in is reports out there but this free speech vision. That was hours for now until the site is back up and running people who share that vision. We'll have to go somewhere other than parlour bobby allen. Npr news san
Rise above the cloud: Amazon's new chief executive
"Thank you for standing by good day. Everyone and welcome to the amazon dot com hugh thousand and twenty financial results yesterday as it does. Every three months amazon held an earnings call it detailed a record quarter. The firm reported more than one hundred billion dollars in sales for the first time then came another disclosure today. We announced our founder and ceo. Jeff jesus will transition to the role of executive chair in the third quarter of this year. Jeff bezos at one time. The richest man in the world will step away from the helm of the company. He founded we'll mostly. I will reiterate that jeff is not leaving. He is getting a new job. He's going to be executive chair of board super important. Rolled order super. His successor will be andy jesse. A twenty year amazon veteran and head of amazon web services the company's enormous cloud computing arm since its founding. Mr bezos has insisted amazon continued to act like a feisty startup and he reiterated his catchphrase in a letter announcing the transition saying it remains day. One in fact it's day nine. Thousand seven hundred or so company has a goodly handful of challenges. That weren't around on day. One were the news. That jeff bezos is stepping back from day to day management. Amazon is a complete surprise. Patrick fouls the economists business affairs editor before the pandemic taken a backseat role. Then he returned to day to day management to deal with the huge surge in business the amazon sore during twenty twenty. He had two successes on the table. One of whom signaled he would leave the company so it was all set up for management transition but the exact timing of that wasn't clear until we've just had an how did amazon whether the the huge surge in business that the challenges that the twenty twenty brought well it's obviously been at the absolute halt of the digital surge. We've seen in the economy in two ways. First of all the e commerce machine. It runs both selling it so in product directly and doing logistics for other firms seen an enormous boom and business but also critically it's cloud thing business is behind a lot of the digital services we've been using from zoom to streaming services on the tv. So it's been absolutely central really to the economists response to the lockdown pandemic. He's about to say that. Mr basis is going out on a high note. I think he is in several ways. I mean you can judge by the financial performance of the company and its valuation which is close to an all time high. I think you can judge it by a also the social contribution. The foams made i mean. It's very controversial business. People were accused of being monopoly of exploiting workers and so on. But i think you can say that over the last year it's also showing that it's really an essential part of many people's lives and i'm sure. Jeff bezos will be thinking about last as he talks his departure but the say threats out there for amazon regulators. Continue to scrutinize it more than ever yesterday. The ftc one of these regulators reached a settlement with amazon for sixty million dollars. It'd been accused of believable more shortchanging drivers over tips and this continual pushback on labor regulation conditions of workers and there's also actually some nascent signs of competition from big firms like walmart which are finally getting their act together on digital. Well you mentioned that regulatory scrutiny which is also been directed at the likes of google and apple mr base is was one of the last founders to still be leading the tech giant he founded. I mean how significant is it to you that he's stepping aside here us right. The big five tech companies in america the have come to dominate its stock market and to some degree. Corners of its economy is now only one founder. Left in the hot seat mark zuckerberg and he's in a very hot seat indeed given facebook's problems so it does feel like it marks. Perhaps in you era when these huge companies have reached a point of dominance and yet some of the big questions that that has created remain unanswered will government. Break them up will. New competitors eventually arise and will be able to keep the same spirit of dynamism the propelled them to the success going for decades to come.
Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon CEO, Andy Jassy to take over in Q3
"CEO and founder Jeff Bezos is stepping down. He'll transition to the role of executive chair Amazon Web services CEO Andrew Jassy slated to step into the role of Chief executive
Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon chief executive
"Amazon says that. Jeff bezos stepping down as ceo next basis will be replaced by andy jesse who runs amazon's cloud business basis within become the company's executive chairman. He's held the ceo position since he found that the online retail giant nearly thirty years ago amazon is an npr financial contributor.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon's founder, will step down as CEO
"Today, some surprising news out of Amazon after today's closing belt, the e commerce giant while detail he was very strong holiday quarter earnings and revenue numbers, also announced that founder and CEO Jeff Bezos will give up his chief executive duties sometime in the third quarter. Amazon Web services boss Andy Jassy will take over the top executive role at the company. Shares of Amazon are fractionally higher In after hours.
Jeff Bezos To Step Down As Amazon CEO
"Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will step down as chief executive of the company he founded 20. 70 years ago, Andy Jassy headed Amazon Web services will take the reins of CEO beginning in the third quarter seen its insurer, the choice of Amazon's Cloud computing head as the new CEO of Amazon underscores how important that part of the business is to Amazon in general.
"chief executive" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"She stated our shelter actually for just under two believers told the real quickly what happened that she finally somebody did address what was going on. Fbi showed up and yeah so. Alice was actually in slaved in early in dubai so she was trafficked in to dubai. I she's originally from kenya and then from dubai. The family moved here. They had dual citizenship out to the l. a. area moved to west los angeles in one of the most affluent communities there and she was forced to basically work around the clock. She wasn't allowed to sleep very much because she had to be quote unquote on call for the child she was taken care of and interestingly enough she had this amazing relationship with the small child and when she escaped the child was distraught and crying. And i mean. I think that's important to know that for people who ask the question. Why don't they leave. Oftentimes it's out of a loyalty to the children that they're taking care of like. How sad is that that they know. They're being treated wrongly and badly but because they care so much for the traffickers child or children they stay because they feel responsible. That really hits my heart. 'cause i'm dislike like what's happening is this deep exploitation really really good people people you want to live in your community. And so you know with alice. She was enslaved in this penthouse with. I mean just beautiful surroundings and yet. She wasn't to talk with her family. She didn't have access to her passport. That's one of the key things. Traffickers do is confiscate all of their legal documents including for us citizens to our traffic by the way they'll take their identification and for me. It's very symbolic right. It's like when you take someone's identification away. You are truly taking away their identity right. I own you. And so with. Alice in this penthouse. She was practically starved to death when she arrived at the shelter she was skin and bones. I mean i actually remember crying on my way home after meeting her at the shelter because it was like she had marks on her face from lack of nutrition. She was so skinny when it just it was so sad and the truth. She didn't have a whole lot of life in her at that time. And which is very different as you saw from who she is today. How long has she been a slave to this family in this case. Gosh don't quote me on this because we've handle a lot of cases but for alice. I believe that she was enslaved for a total of two and a half years. Total and it ranges. I mean we've had cases where they've been enslaved for you know a couple of months to twenty five years. I mean it really is a big range depending on the opportunity to liberate them right and so analysis case for liberation. She actually match with another nanny. So this family just had another baby and their policy was that they had one nanny for each child and so they were here and the us and so they brought in a nanny who was an american citizen through a nanny service and so she came in and of course she kinda got vibe because all the workers seem to be kind of making eye contact and nervous and so when she was alone with alice and they actually took the kids to a movie at a movie theater..
"chief executive" Discussed on FT Politics
"Would have grown and grown and grown, and he would have had a very big problem. I think it's quite interesting when you look at that list of Tory MP's lower, it was growing quite steady rainy did remind me of the Hoban consular. Fight. But that lead sixty Tory MP's and MR coming didn't apologize and didn't resign over there. But in this instance, that was a very clear policy u-turn there. Do you think Gavin Williamson was a toilet embarrassed by this? Do you think he offered his resignation? If he heard have outs on the hours defending himself, he didn't appear to be too remorseful. He did apologize but then as well as to WHO's really to blame and actually if you talk to. The people around him. The point that they keep making, his will look the beginning of the year in March everybody agreed wasn't to be able to do these exams. We're going to have to find some sort of standardization process and every single devolve nation. Did this exam boards were in agreement and so as a real deflection of responsibility that eats not just Gavin Williamson's felt like everybody did it everyone was forced to Utah? It's been a mess across the. UK The difference cool style is that we saw other countries you tanning way before we did we sold the exam results came out last week I'm yet no policy was changed tool the point that who makes re write a lots of MP's did sympathize with Gavin Williamson and he went out and defended something that he actually believed in. So didn't Gabe Education Minister with that you needed astounded is -ation process or you would see rampant grade inflation this was an Situation that they have to do it, but it was defy we still this program coming they didn't so to out then had call pulling that guidance on it just looked absolutely appalling. Now, pull on MRS officer being a question about Bush Johnson's management style because I think as I've written about new written about to valujet sees himself as the champion of this governor as opposed the chief executive, he likes to have lots of smart people around him. We've mentioned Mister Cummings Minerva Mercer who runs the down and you police unit is another Vichy Soon Michael go he likes to have those people he trusts and let them get. On with the job here and it feels like, Gavin, Williamson was one of those people the visa question I suppose is the promised a happy with how this God is that any sense that he might say you know what I need to get a bit more involved and I'm sick of the drama that we've had because really you know lot of it's been due to coronavirus but ever since he will not election last December the drama has not really stopped aren't come this from the background of having worked with Johnson infant he was a journalist and rainy was an MP when he was a journalist I handled his. Of The Daily Telegraph and when he was an MP. My neighbor, I was emptied Wiccans to ten years. He was a Hanley what strikes me about the way he handles government is completely consistent with the record. I remember as Jim is a great entertainer he very entertaining Collins full the telegraph. From I think he doesn't innocence take journalism too seriously and this instincts his ease buttressed by Dominic Cummings feeling the basic media has. Too powerful the as really doesn't have the listenership readership to match what he sees pretensions as an impe. Those Johnson was a loner. He was much happier as mayor of London building his team around him whereas you point to delegate but he was never really one of the lads he was off on his own is fulmer register of the spectator who arrived on who has a high public profile. So, you've got someone who doesn't take the media to seriously those either never really being one of the boys and goes from that. You get this role, the detached style of leading the country and I don't think from mobile space it. You'RE GONNA change. Now, of course, Lova if the style doesn't change, the government might change has been mortal around this week about a reshuffle and my reading of the. Wounds of this kind of two options. He a one as a mini reshuffle. This September to deal with a very straightforward problem, which is Anne. Marie Trevelyan she's the Secretary of State for International Development, and as we know, defeat is closing down the next few weeks in its mind. The standing that the communist has made it clear. She will stay in the cabinet does a prominent breaks during the Portland ally of Mister Johnson. So this talk of funding new birth to her. A lot of chatter is that she might go to the Ministry of Defence but in his other people who sing saying in fact, the Reshuffle Happen Post Brexit once there's a deal. Once we've got through that early next year there's a feeling I think number ten that they don't want to move too quickly. But then again, they might be forced into a reshuffle if there's more chaos with Mr Williams and went schools reopen or don't reopen in the next couple of weeks. Yes I mean this idea has been around the last couple of days. Speculation. Whether him is going to have to go on the feeling is very much. Let's see if he can get schools back in September if he can pull that off, he lost a little bit longer if he can't, he might have to go quite quickly. But yes, there would be some sort of mini reshuffle what I think the exams u-turn and the chaos of the law few weeks has brought up is recent quite deep dissatisfaction with the way that number ten is. There are lots of backbench MP's you don't very vocal don't make a fuss who privately are worried that they're all cabinet ministers you have been put in their roles as a reward for their loyalty and not for the actual competent. So when you have an issue as we have just had with the A-LEVELS, they don't want someone in there who the prime minister can trust you. He has a good relationship with he's kind of strategic move. And political operated..
"chief executive" Discussed on FT Politics
"Let's begin with the exams u-turn this week now last weekend. Gavin Williamson said that will be no change going to stick with the course with this algorithm run by off Kuala Bats, the Quango that oversees exams results, and then about forty eight hours later, there was a u-turn we'll force them into that change will clearly they thought they could stand ground and actually it felt lost week just chatting to MP's wasn't huge amounts of anger out that towards Gavin Williamson. But will happen is the media when Fillon and did that job and there will these horrific stories emerging of pupils who? Is set to go and study medicine at top universities who'd never go less than I saw saying they've been given the three BS or three CS based on this algorithm which used teach rankings in assessment and was largely considered to be on fat by lots of people because even if you were exceptional if your school historically hadn't produced ray great grades use soil marks move down and the government went into crisis mode it Sushi. Still extraordinary to me that it took that long because we saw what had happened in Scotland something quite similar and having felt that maybe it wasn't as bad it. Really, much that it was, i? Think the public pressure was huge the pressure from agitation experts, universities that grew, but then the thing that really pushed it, I think over the weekend when I was working, that was a real sea change in the mood and suddenly tour MP's willing themselves to stick their heads above the parapet they were going public they were threatening to go on the warpath and at that point, it just became unsustainable for them to continue to hold the line now, pull the question. Hugh. Is How much of this was public pressure and how much of this was the? Prime ministicks. It's mind the Stein there was a coal on Monday with Gavin Williamson and Boris Johnson and the PM sort of essentially said, look this has to happen and we had the ten a couple of hours later and we know from storms over Dominic Cummings his traveled to Bonnet. Castle l-o-p-a-t-e Jen rich rows about housing developments that this government doesn't like to give into media pressure and public pressure. So did they give him this time or was it just the Prime Minister's internal decision? Do you think I think following on foreign will laura cinematic a crucial event in will this was the? PHONE UTAH. By which they issued guidelines on Sunday I think file the appeal system would work and withdrew them the same day at once that happens divided Tori opinion which I found to about. Whilst you began to coalesce a museum to grow of, we can understand the policy problems. We understand the difficulties getting this right. The one thing that we cannot stomach is incompetence and at that point I think he became very apparent nothing was really working out in a clear way for government on the issue. was quote me about that time the Boris Johnson began to get ready to make the concession if you have. You've papers were keeping a list is always a fatal development when it happens of truly rebels and by the time, the concession came twenty, eight, hundred. So room record. So if you haven't made the concession, not number.
"chief executive" Discussed on FT Politics
"Talks stuck install installment or perhaps even going a little backwards and without bustles bureau chief Sam Fleming on Public Policy Editor Pete Foster. Lower Welcome back and Paul. Welcome to the podcast hello. Hi Now. Before that is one question the back of everyone's mind, which is, how do we stop parliament crumbling owed burning down? It's got this. Pound furbish meant that's been going on for years as far as I can remember now there was a bit of talk around the when the Reynaud happens the House of Lords could move to your that's being quashed this week I thought it was quite nice idea lower. You upset to think that you wouldn't be spending a lot of time on the east coast main line going up to the House of Lords in Yolk. Yet, will I went to invest in? You say I quite liked the idea of heading back that, but it did always a who bet pie in the Sky I can never quite see that happening. So a little bit disappointed that we're not moving but I wouldn't have minded sue. Now. Cole I think obviously you spent time in parliament over the years. Do you think that some of it should be moved outside of Westminster? This is something people in Downing Street a very keen on part of the leveling up agenda. I have to say as another form, your graduate I could think of nothing nice of the relocating from them to go to do my job with being relocated to this big empty patch on one side of your station but it's not going to happen and there's a bit of history to what happens next we will asked on conservative and by friends of Dominic Cummings to do a little poll of readers to ask where they would send polymer to. In the interim, if it's moved, I'm one of the specifications was somewhere near good university. So if it's not to be your I would send NBC's appears to Coventry Near Warwick University. It's London if you're going to move pollen for off into the Midland's Coventry would seem to me to do as well as anywhere else imagine Dominic Cummings wanting to send them pays to Coventry something you could imagine he very happy with I feel is the only non your graduate here? I must put in a little coal for mild, university town of double but anyway, nothing is moving in Westminster Fennell not least Gavin Williamson says dive into our main.
"chief executive" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"James say what's up to fire, nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know what's up. Fire nation great to be here, JD. So I think one of the things about me that most people probably wouldn't know unless you're. My parents I my first big sale. In my career was actually selling my swing set when I was at like eight or nine years old like down with this for sale. Yeah well, it was really funny, because I was home alone, and my neighbor came driving up our driveway and he knocked on the door. He's like hey or your parents here now. They're not here and I just figured the conversation would end. And we just kind of stood there, and it was awkward for a minute, and he looked over my swing. Say He's like. Oh, it's a really nice swing set, and I look over at it realizing exactly what you just said. That was like well. Do you want to buy it? And he said really I was like yeah, sure I was like I'm not using anymore. Why don't you make me an offer? and He he knocks. I sold for seventy five. Yeah! He's like all right. I'll take it I was like perfect, so he goes driving down the road and my parents see the swings at hanging off the back of his truck near like was that your swing set I was like yeah, I just sold it. Your parents like we spent seven hundred and forty dollars. Exactly, we'll fire nation as I shared during the majority of talking about how to go from chief everything officer to chief executive officer, and we have a lot of grey ground, cover and James actually want to start by talking about the genius paradox. Why do most people get stuck in their business? Yeah, most people get stuck in their business because they're really good at something and most people start a business because you have an idea for a product or a service or whatever it. And you're good at that thing and you start doing more of that thing and you create success, and it's almost like you know those. Chinese handcuffs where you put both of your fingers like. The harder you pull that like the harder it is to get out and I think the better you are at your thing, the more success that you create. And one ends up happening like. If you picture you know a pie at first when you're starting, you're getting to do your thing. Fifty sixty seventy eighty percent of the time and the more success, you create the more other things that you create while you're doing that thing right? You now have more customers. You've bills any to be paid. People that are working for you potentially all these different things so that percentage of the Pie that you're working on your Zona genius, which is the catalyst for growth, start shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and sooner or later. You're like man I'm not even getting to do the thing that I'm good at the thing that I love. The thing that I was so excited about when I first started this. Because there's all this other stuff, so it's almost it's sort of this cruel joke. The better you are, the faster that success happens, and then that creates a whole new set of problems. Kinda reminds me of the book a little.
"chief executive" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Of T. sat in CBA's chief executive officer calling what all says there watching both the Congress and the administration on the latest corona virus food assistance both the current package that we know about the sixteen billion dollars five billion to go to the cattle industry and also the proposals coming from Congress for another round of assistance will there be money for the beef industry I do believe there's going to be money for the programs that have unfortunately yet to be rolled out but Congress is already preparing for more because they know that what was in the original cares package is not going to take care of all of the requirements for agriculture right now you know we have to do is look at the bill that was released by speaker pelo sleep at the house Democrats earlier this week and they make for provisions in there that basically double what was in the the cares act or what was in the USDA proposal and so I think that already shows that Congress is the mindset that there will need to be more money for agriculture relief for that five point one billion that's been county earmarked for the of where the beef cattle industry what what are you here and it's just one of the one big ask of of your organization a lot of other groups as well on the livestock side especially crops to wish to raise those payment limits so we did feel that the payment limits we're going to have an impact on US fifty larger operations those that had losses in India needs that we're not going to be addressed by having those payments to place so we have pushed along with a lot of the other agricultural groups to to raise that it is an administrative action so those payment caps were not put in as part of the cures act that was in action was taken by USDA and they could change that Colin what all is that's reform usual talk radio's new generation I'm Ron Hayes four K. OKC Cason associates properties remind you to be weather aware and rest assured that if weather racks up keep listening.
"chief executive" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Reading? Well that was amazing mind reading. I am very impressed. I think you have another career at another million dollar business. Clay Shaw yes. Yeah there's a lot of misinformation and and I think you know on one hand you know they're really portraying the came out real strong original at this money. Oh here it is and and you're GonNa get this on the P P P the paycheck protection plan. Yup and then you've got this other e ideal that's direct with the SBA and boom. We're going to get a years worth of income and to my knowledge client. We have clients about thirty to three thirty three states. Well that's only thirty three. Yeah nobody's got an opinion now real quick before you go out there throwing out these things. I have a little audio clip and I'm going to introduce our super guest okay Here we go. Let me just queue this up real quick. This is audio. This is from the small business administration. This is not me this from the SBA the press conference they did at the White House. Queued up bureau. Quit killing me. Twenty four hours making this system even easier so this will be up and running tomorrow. I encourage all small businesses. This was recorded Thursday night. Have five hundred or fewer people. Please contact your lenders any. Fdic institution will be able to do this any credit union existing SBA lenders in Fintech lenders. you get the money you'll get it the same day you use this to pay your workers. Please bring your workers back to work okay. So we know the SBA announced to get your money the same day that was announced Thursday night to your knowledge as of Friday as of Monday. No one has received funding yet out of the two hundred clients. I have no interest but yet so I would say we're in crisis mode turns so I thought let's let's book somebody who knows how to navigate through a crisis and come out on top and so on today's show we've got the former president and chief executive officer of Sea World Parks and entertainment. Joel manby welcome. Onto the thrive time show. How are you sir fantastic? It's great to be here. Well Sir where are you quarantined right now? Korn in Atlanta Georgia Part of what? I'm doing right now. Is Helping A of very large nonprofit? Get through the crisis and other headquartered here so that's what I'm doing they'd land. Okay okay. So let's I'm going to start with you here Joe when you were running a seaworld. It's a huge organization. You know when you were running sea world. You're the CEO and the president. You ran that for twelve years if I'm correct from two thousand. Three to twenty fifteen is in my corrector that was Hirschson enterprises which is a very small privately held theme park at seaworld that was there from fifteen through eighteen and most of the heavy crisis that they were going through a blackfish. Okay so walk us through the crisis you were dealing with over there with a seaworld listeners. Have some context about your experience here. Basically in two thousand thirteen. A documentary came out called black. I was very negative to see. There was a shock. You memory basically implied. That are the way we treated killer. Whales would make the whales insane and that was the reason that it killed one of our trainers and we did have a death. That was horrific The movie really changed People's trustworthiness of seaworld and There was also legislation coming against us in California to outlaw killer whale breeding so our entire business model was at risk ensuring out the once. The the documentaries run about five hundred times CNN. Our trustworthiness went from sixty five percent with the American public to only thirty five percent.
"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Chief executive officer I'm not United spoke to Bloomberg a little area this is an unprecedented time we've seen very strong demand for some of our essential food and beverage products especially in those communities in countries that have been hard hit we have three priorities and the first one is the health and safety of our employees only will stay healthy we can make a positive contribution here next of course business continuity is key so even under adverse conditions we're trying to maintain manufacturer although essential food and beverage products and then with the physical presence of in a hundred and eighty seven countries it's very important to us that we also give a helping hand open above the call of duty into communities around the world will will will present to you all you'll rule material supply guaranteed from the minute we saw this crisis has spread we were trying to improve inventory levels at all levels of manufacturing so inbound materials working process and also finished goods you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market headline breaking news twenty four hours a day at the Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business slash in Moscow European stocks paring gains alongside U. S. stock index futures which have turned lower as investors molest image of how soon economies can rebound when the corona virus outbreak eases we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures down three points and Dow futures up twenty two nasdaq futures down eighteen the dax in Germany is up four tenths of a percent ten year treasury up thirteen thirty seconds yeah point seven three percent the yield on the.
"chief executive" Discussed on My Career Fit
"Impact makers headquartered in Richmond Virginia and as a for profit management and technology consulting firm that is committed to contributing one hundred percent of its net profits to the community over the life of the company their community contributions rival companies one hundred times their size due to this revolutionary model as founding beat corporation impact makers has been named best for the world for the past six years as well as listed among the INC. Five thousand fastest growing companies list for the past seven years on today's podcast. I have the pleasure of speaking to chief executive officer Louis Broom. Hi Louis Broom Ceo of impact makers. I'd like to thank my personal. History has really positioned me well for this role. I've worked in industry with twelve years working on Wall Street running leading global. It teams on some pretty interesting projects. So I've been very technical roles I've worked in consulting for a while. This is my second. Ceo POSITION FOR CONSULTING Company. I have experience as an entrepreneur. Both in consulting and food service believe it or not is Baker Chef In College I started a community activists organization trying to make the world or better place. So I really couldn't be happier in this role and I'm very grateful and humbled to have this opportunity so I've been it impact makers for three years and for the last six months. I've really been leaning the organization through a brand refresh and by brand. I mean more than just updating our logo and website. It's really been a about Canada's more focused on how we create value for our clients and being clear on who our clients and why right so beyond this latest strategic imperative on a daily basis Think of my role really enabling and mobilizing the collective wisdom of the organization And the efforts And and how do we really live our brand and tactically? This means in our participate in either of our go to market solutions Help think through how to structure deals and our business development pursuits of course engage with clients to make sure we're exceeding their expectations and ultimately making sure we're focused on supporting our community partners through pro bono work in financial contributions as I mentioned at the top of the episode. Impact makers is a founding B. Corporation a certified B Corporation is a business that meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance public transparency and legal accountability to bounce Prophet and purpose and they're accelerating global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. I asked Louis unpacked for us. More about what? Impact makers does and more about their social mission as a B corporation. So let me tell you about our position ourselves in the marketplace. In how I believe that differentiates us to win in really starts with our mission which is to make lasting impacts in. How do we do? That is by our model for delivering value to our clients We have Very technically strong teams delivering holistic solutions across our core services of cloud data cybersecurity and enterprise agility while at the same time we provide strong consulting services that ensures that the technical solutions were building our line to our clients. Business needs expectations and that the solutions are adopted. Bar Client organizations so that they can actually realize the value of the solutions. We appreciate that. The problems that we're all brought into solve will cost change in our clients organizations and that and that changes heart so to make sure we're able to create this tangible value with our technical solutions. We understand we have to be good it consulting while. All this may not sound revolutionary. Unless you're one of the big four. This is not really easy to do but we do it. It's unusual for firm our size of a little less than one hundred people to make this happen at a price value. That beats the big four all day long but finally a real differentiator is our unique model of being a for profit company. That works as a social enterprise for good in the community. Our clients like this about us but our staff loves this about US and it's what drives so much of our culture and that really brings in top talent. It attracts talent like no other. People want to come work here for our commitment to our community which tends to mean. They are people who are just committed individuals so when they're working with our clients they're working from sort of committed. Dna having a lasting impact. And how that translates for our community partners is their funding is focused on their mission. You know they're operating budget to build out a cloud solution or to build dashboards or to build an analytics platform right. They don't have that kind of funding so when we're able to throw a pro bono work come in and actually allow these organizations to scale work more efficiently. Give them insights or give them capabilities that they really couldn't afford to buy. That is really making an impact them just through our team being able to do what they do. Day In day. Out For our clients. These are four values maximize integrity foster collaboration cared deeply and make a lasting impact. Which is also our tagline and while they're all equally important and powerful we really believe cared deeply and make a lasting impact or quite unique and differentiated and it really is what makes our culture stand out against other companies. I don't know many other companies that would claim that one of their values is care deeply and what that means Saas tactically. Is We care deeply about that? Client success you know we care deeply about other human beings so we kinda just go out our work sort of through that lens so many ways you know having that deep set of values Really I think builds on our culture and really makes us a differentiated place to work with their headquarters in Richmond. Virginia clients across the East Coast in an emerging office in Washington DC. I asked Lewis to describe what truly sets. Impact makers apart from other consulting firms and what kind of associates or consultants truly thrive at impact makers. Yeah in in many ways. I think what really makes us? Different is our ability to be technically proficient while also being good consultants a LOT OF TIMES COMPANIES CONSULTING COMPANIES. Our size tend to be one or the other. We believe that our differentiation is the fact that we're we're bringing in people who understand the art of consulting and they understand how to communicate with clients how to manage their expectations but while also having really strong deep technical expertise on our teams so that we can kind of you know. Solve both pieces of that puzzle. We'll given what we've discussed really safe. Are you know we're looking for people that are interested in doing team? Based collaborative consulting were making a lasting impact is really important to them. So this means a couple things Looking for people that want to combine their technical capabilities with an ability to what I call being a true consultant and it means people. He realized the value being a trusted advisers as important as being technically proficient. But there's one other thing that is important for candidates to understand what considering impact makers as a place for the next career and that is do they want to be part of helping to grow company specially companies. That's trying to do something very unique in the marketplace. The work for consultant here is yes delivering for clients working with our community partners to make them better. But it's also. How do you help build impact makers so how do you help us build the internal processes so we can scale And so it's important for candidates to realize that it's about helping to grow the company as much as being a consultant and we realized that this may not be you the place for everybody and that's okay. Lewis also gave us a window into impact makers strategic direction and where they see the company heading and how that also translates into hiring in terms of what kinds of roles. They're looking for in the marketplace so strategically our long-term growth plan is to create. Take the model that we have That were building today and replicate that in other geographical locations Were focused on building out our presence and the DC metro area. We have identified and created relationships with local nonprofits And so we're starting. Do Pro Bono work for them in the DC area so if we were to move into another city like Nashville or somewhere else you know. We want to take our whole package and move that to that geographic location and that includes having pro. Bono partners creating relationships with the community and being connected in with our neighbors. And how do we make that a better place to live right now? Where we're focused strategically is building out those internal processes so we can scale. You know we're looking at how we take our holistic solutions and line them to specific verticals that we work in specifically being healthcare providers healthcare payers the financial services market as well as a look one state governments. We're looking for strong consulting backgrounds for example folks with two plus years working for large consulting company. So they get what it means to be a professional consultant but it also means we're looking for folks who have had a more technically focused role in their pass in but feel they have a strong aptitude for consulting. This could be a clown engineer for example that sees the value in our consultative approach. And they won't be able to make the client better not just deliver technical solution and again this may not be a fit for everyone and that's Ok for my final question. I asked Lewis as I do. All my guest. How will you know if you've heard the right person for the job in the first year? How do you measure success for these roles? A great thing about consulting and how we operate is easy for everyone to see the value. They are creating For instance do clients like working with you. Do they want you to stick around? Because they see the value bring we call this client stickiness. There are also some hard measures for success like utilization which is a measure of how billable someone is as a consultant but there are other ways to measure success in delivering high quality work helping and business development pursuits not having to sell but helping to strategize and develop the materials in these pursuits mentoring. More junior resources And learning development. So that you become more valuable to our clients and we you know in your bill rate can increase so these are some other ways in which you know you can measure success beyond just utilization. You know we're looking for people that are interested in doing team based collaborative consulting were making a lasting impact. It's really important that you've been listening to the. My career fit podcast. Do you think your rate fit for this organization head over to their website today to learn more and apply online. You can find everything you need to know in the show notes on this episode. Thanks for listening. And remember to rate. Subscribe and comment on the podcast. You just heard..
"chief executive" Discussed on Quest Means Business
"Hey, it's aleisha malign from the film struck podcast a show for film lovers, and I loved sitting down with stand up comedian ten director by Burnham his film. Eighth grade is hilarious and heart wrenching, and we'll take you back to how awkward you felt in middle school. An average day to a thirteen year old feels like life and death. So can you take what feels like an average day and make it feel like life and death? So hopefully you leave the movie going man. That was intense and then we describe it. You're like, I guess she just went to a pool party and went to the mall and went to school, not much happen. Subscribe to hear that and much much more wherever you get your podcasts. Christmas has come early, but this hashtag upkeep they have allowed the into blowing and ever. We've plays planes on planes. Golo as quest means. Business comes live from Everett in Washington state hair in this corner. All cop, varying Chan's out its biggest money making exports for the country airplanes over the next hour. Join me as we go inside another component of Medica Inc. Boeing company. Good evening to you and warm, welcome to the Puget Sound region. Look at the size. Hand more joined the course of the program, but they are brand you dream liners waiting to be being manufactured and then to be delivered Boeing's largest factory that ever and a few moments we'll be speaking exclusively to the man in charge of the chief executive. Dennis Muilenburg Boeing has an outsized impact not only on the US economy, but the global economy markets and baps for you and me most important how we travel throughout the course of the program since nineteen. Sixteen Boeing has been in the business of building machines that fly now, it's facing variety of turbulence on the ground with with them a trade war sanctions on Iran young conventional Trump administration. Then you've got the issues relating to bang self as look, largest export that has million billions of dollars at stake. All at the same time. Forget the government, the tariffs the trade. Let's look at actually doing business. Yes, it's locked battle, a brutal battle with Airbus dominance in the sky, every order every plane and all of this company's engineers work out how to propel us faster and further in the skies and in space buying is truly a unique company. So we'll look back calling machines that thumbing designed and how they built the planes that you and I now fly today. That's all head in this up on this special edition of quest means business, and so that's continue with the planes themselves. That's beginning with this extraordinary legacy of Boeing over the last hundred years, each generation of aircraft surpassed the last. So that's enjoy a look at Boeing's famous planes. For more than a century from humble beginnings from planes made of canvas and wood to modern addio planes helicopters and space markets. Bill Boeing's founding philosophy was build something that and he did. Started by selling seaplanes to the US navy World War One forming a military alliance that stands today. In the nineteen thirties, they redesigned those flying boats into the clippers and opened up new routes across the Pacific. Then Boeing should in the jetty age, but the seven, seven, single. I'll play the flu at similar speeds today. It was the first commercially successful jecklin. The nineteen sixties Boeing another way. No, the seven, three, seven. It's the most successful play never built the latest fuel-efficient. Max version is hugely popular with allies, and there are more than four thousand seven, three seven's still to be delivered. From small and nimble, too big and bold the jumbo jet, seven, four, seven, not critized fly. In the nineteen nineties Boeing, when big and twin engine with the seven, seven, seven totally new plane as an ally. You want to play. If you didn't have the triple seven new century, a totally new plane. The seven, eight, seven Dreamliner quite simply Boeing com. Make these planes fast. And with new versions, seven eight, seven remains state of the art knowing's famous planes show the when they try change aviation. Now the talk is what comes next will Boeing be brave enough to
"chief executive" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard and nearly as of wednesday the twenty first of march these are our main stories cambridge analytica the data mining company accused of misusing facebook information has suspended its chief executive president trump has used a phone call with president putin to congratulate the russian leader on his reelection and we have offices from yemen a country gripped by continued civil who identify now because we do know of this war where it's going to end on what's going to happen also in this podcast more on the series of bombings in texas and why the world's bees are under threat cambridge analytica the company accused of misusing facebook information for political gain has suspended its chief executive alexander knicks under firm have been accused of exploiting the personal details of millions of facebook uses to influence elections around the world including the two thousand sixteen presidential race in the us mr knicks was secretly recorded by britain's channel four news suggesting hid ron donald trump's online presidential campaign have you recommend you haven't read it the date the tim's in the talk digital television l nature on north america editor john sopol says cambridge analytica is in big trouble they're caught red handed with the hands in the cookie jar it seems they'll either up to punny traps and blackmail and covert recordings and all the rest of it all they are making it all up in which case neither of the mirror could look what's interesting about what's come out on channel four news is the suggestion of just how involved they were in the trump campaign and how open it was because if you think about the way political campaign finance is structured in the us there is a very strict separation between what are called these funding bodies the super pacs and the trump campaign well it looks like an awful lot of information was bleeding between the two the chief executive cambridge analytica was kind of making it seem like the we were working with everybody involved on all sides and i think that brings up some questions about electoral finance and electoral law in the us about what they were up to facebook's found among.
"chief executive" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"We have a chief executive way of the military and the all work in concert i understand some sometimes there's deep state activities but in china literally we may have to either to go she with the leaders of china or with the military and china because we have to see him as two separate entities yet look i think americans who deal just with the foreign ministry in china are talking to the wrong people they don't have the slightest idea what the people's liberation army really wants to do so this is a case where you talk to the people who hold power and you say look here our interest we don't want north korea with nuclear weapons we think the way to achieve that is to merge the two koreas it's an unnatural division put the koreans back together what you get from us is we will not put american troops on the allah river the chinese saw that movie and 1950 they didn't like it then they don't like it now let's find we don't want to be on the allah river i endorse president trump i support his campaign which you of liked and would you still like a position on the administration well you know i tried out at the beginning of the administration and somehow or another i didn't make it but that look it's an honor to serve our country and and so if faster per couple positions that i would take not not very many but a couple i would take and if the call comes i would do the threat could he makes you cia chief chief negotiator with north korea outlook would define it wouldn't take longley ali negociation i do with north korea's the terms of their surrender i ambassador bolton such a pledge so good to be quite a rainmaker for that well sucked you're you're you're doing your work thank you so much were live at sepak 2018 and you're listening zone so men if you're like me you.
"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What are you come switch on this button goal the empathy button and say while i'm now going to listen to customers so that i said okay frivolous if innovation all the source of innovation is empathy where is that muscle all that in you know core of how does one lead with empathy come to be in the first place and i think it's your life's lessons right that's where this notion that let me compartmentalized my life and work doesn't work in some sense you've got you are you are because of what you learn what happens to you throughout your life and so that's at least how i've come around to realize it's not like i was born with some in age capability and on empathy more so than anyone else but it's just what life's lessons of thought me and that's i believe what's made me a better leader and i think that's what makes us more effective at work and what makes companies more effective with what they do one of the things that i think is remarkable about this book is your very candid about some of the cultural challenges facing microsoft when you were appointed ceo such as only a third chief executive of microsoft bill gates and see bomber and you say that part of your mission you find has been refining the soul of makes up what does that mean and at how would you describe the progress achieved maiden in reinventing culture this will like i start off for all the position that i'm a consummate insider i've grown up at microsoft now for 25 years so so that means super scene of grown up in.
"chief executive" Discussed on Le Show
"There's a lot of criticism of of the current chief executive for uh you know criticize existed of destroying the morale of our find intelligence officials uh it's uh i guess it's very delicate morale but um it just always amazed me though there i go with a i'm impressed me that clapper was introduced and and offered airtime without the necessity for pointing out that uh just a few years ago he had testified under oath before a senate committee and had not told the truth which i believe is called lying under oath a about a matter of some importance he was asked whether the nsa which was under his control at the time was a doing bulk surveillance of american citizens they said right not not deliberately or something to that effect and of course that turned out so not to be true and he was under oath yes he was and would it might be worth recalling at this moment in time is his explanation because he's he wasn't really lying you see his where he said he had just it had been a a tricky question for him to answer and so what he uh tried to do was to give in his words his least untruthful answer a moment in time that was memorialize bairo dui gordon two walked you don't have to live to be i don't have to tell the truth all i want to human his watch yours because fan i stop believing.
"chief executive" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And i'm steve inskeep here's a summary of the stages of afghanistan's wars soviet troops invaded in 1979 they left a decade later but civil wars soon followed the taleban took over in the nineties americans arrived in two thousand one and president obama sought for them eventually to leave now afghanistan's chief executive abdullah tells us he is pleased that president trump strategy uh lifted all deadlines the fact that itit's not bees the time theme if this condition beast that's a very important element of difference villa abdullah's chief executive position makes him equal to afghan president afgani he's in washington this week to meet with top officials ussupported afghan troops now lead the fight against the taleban but afghan authorities stopped providing numbers hotly soldiers or police route and how many casualties they suffered why is that sometimes perhaps did is insufficient communication timely communication about the number of casualties sentenced some a fatah spokesman miss communicate which we have to take care of it did is no doubt that one of the main challenges has been high number of casualties immense security forces but did form process has a started in has picked up since the formation of unity government what can you provide us an accurate figure for the number say of afghan troops that are fully trained fully equipped and in the field and fighting the taleban so it's a three under twenty thousand is the the total number but amongst them all the special forces whereas members will be doubled in the coming three years so what is the number now the number is now 15000 so you're going 15000 and so you'll double that enough you're most effective multi like trained forces so is that a sufficient that one depends on the situation on the ground sometimes god that what a few send it on when the securities taking care of they will be demobilized and that is to be one of the fictive res of dealing with census let me ask about the governing arrangement in afghanistan some people in the united states will know that it is an unusual arrangement that you as chief executive are to share power with the president ashraf ghani some people may also of her that last year you said president ghani was not fit for the presidency and that.
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"How does that fit versus this kind of organisation where do those companies excel and what is this house about the nature of how companies develop their leaders well guess one thing you can obvious he say is that the company on general electric but currently named its next chief executive last week at the same point that to that travis kalanick that he was going to go on indefinite leave has had a hundred and twentyfive years to develop this very careful and meticulous system of leadership a training and development and the eight years will say that oba has had is barely enough to cultivate a nextgeneration let alone a whole pipeline says that aspect but i think it was striking to me that in the reports that was done looking into the problems it over the report very clearly pointed out that one of the things that they had to put in place was mandatory leadership training and including some pretty basic things like how to effectively set organisational goals which he would think was a one on one leadership training there is clearly something the missing and again the scale and sony's of the ever short period means that they haven't been able to do those types of things that that g unilever of the big multinationals do as a matter of course so there agassi two different aspects of this on the one hand startups which are led by founders on the other big organizations which are very abetted with this process what can one limb from the other what can a start up that scales ray quickly what might it learn from a big stabbed him as a figure in his asians that consistently develop over time leaders after leaders after leaders well i think one thing that they can learn very clearly is that there is some value in developing internal succession andy could argue that in the latter stages of steve jobs.
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"Entirely gone a he is on the board he is a major shareholder and therefore he remains an important influence over what happens to the next that two schools of thought one is that his removal as chief executive will make it easier to recruit the multitude of senior positions that are vacant another though is that if he's still on the board that will cast a long shadow over anyone else who comes to run the company me what's your view about that idea of the founder who so to temic for normalisation becoming a board member and still therefore remaining a very strong voice at the company well i suppose difficulty here is that it's a private come late hasn't gone to list yet lots of people thought but when or if it gets to be and to be an ipo candidates events kalanick would not be the person who needed to run it so that this might be inevitable staff at some point in the future what's very difficult to tell us is whether the border has the sufficient power to iranian kalanick it's taken a long time when you think of the building controversies and ending in scandal and investigation and so on is taken a long time to take this step and meant to me indicates that this was aboard obviously dominated by invest a pressure which until relatively recently was weighing up the huge value that he created this company against the risk of losing him all the risk of keeping him so i think in some cases it's not a conventional board structure of the type b find that a list of come they way it say there will be independent directors who consignia in different ways and what they think of the chief executive.