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Sam BankmanFried not sure if he will testify before Congress on Dec. 13

Forkast

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Sam BankmanFried not sure if he will testify before Congress on Dec. 13

"5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Sam bankman fried not sure if he will testify before Congress on December 13th. Sam bankman fried, founder and former chief executive officer of failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, tweeted on Monday morning Hong Kong time that he may not testify before the U.S. Congress on December 13th.

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Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes Gives Us a Google Update

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes Gives Us a Google Update

"Guys, delighted to welcome back to the podcast, our friend Devin Nunez, who served well almost 20 years in Congress at California's 21st and then 22nd congressional district. He is now the chief executive officer of Trump media and technology group running the Trump platform known as true social Devon welcome to the podcast great to have you as always I know that true social had been in a kind of ongoing tussle maybe is the right word with Google about making the platform widely available through Google, talk a little bit about where that is because I saw some news reports Google has banned true social and that's not true, is it? Well, finally, dinesh this is day ten of being fully open for every phone in America and the United Kingdom. So it was a long haul, but finally we were approved or in the Google Play Store. So most people either have an iPhone or they have an Android, and they happen to use the Google Play Store. So look, we're happy that Google finally approved us. And now it's just important for everyone that knows that it's been trying to get on true social if you have an Android, we're now open.

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Tyler Bowyer Calls out Maricopa County for Pens That Smeared Ballots

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Tyler Bowyer Calls out Maricopa County for Pens That Smeared Ballots

"Another account of smeared ink was relayed on a social media post from conservative activist, Tyler Boyer, whose chief executive officer of turning point action that's Charlie Kirk's organization. He said we had several votes come through with the markers that got smeared in the machine, I mean, on and on. How hard is this? Penal county ran out of ballots. A voting site a Maricopa opened late after an inspector failed to report to work. The ballot shortages follow other election woes in pinal county. They sent out erroneous ballots to 63,000 voters last month. Well, if Carrie Lake is only up by a few thousand, I wonder if erroneous mailed out ballots to 63,000 could come into play, huh?

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David Sokol Shares His 'Very American' Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

David Sokol Shares His 'Very American' Story

"A man who's lived the American Dream, understands that we are at a crisis point right now. Chairman and chief executive officer of teton capital and chairman of the board at the Atlas corporation, David sokol, welcome in studio. I'm glad to be here. Thank you, Sebastian. So first, a little bit about yourself. We talk about your book that you've just handed me America in perspective. Thank you kindly. But your story is a very American story, isn't it? Your grandparents right up to now. Yeah, my grandparents were immigrants from Poland and lived in a lower income rural environment in Nebraska and but you know my father professed every day the American Dream and all you've got to do is pick what you want to do and work hard and nobody will get in your way. And so yeah, and that's really the premise of which Adam and I wrote the book, which is to remind people that this is an exceptional country, but we have to maintain its institutions and it checks and balances or we're going to lose it.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Solid gains across the Asia Pacific at least for those markets that are up and running The nikkei has powered up a little more than 1% with a gain of 285 points today The ASX 200 in Sydney is up 8 tenths of a percent With rallies in Seoul where the Cosby is up about four tenths of a percent and the straight times index in Singapore rallying about a quarter of 1% So it's all pretty solid on that front It's not clear what is driving it because we had some possible negatives in the market for some of these comments from people like Jamie Dimon and also from John waldron over at Goldman Sachs talking about dark clouds ahead and even BlackRock's chief executive officer Larry Fink said he expects inflation to remain elevated for several years primarily because of snarled global supply chains So his point is that the fed doesn't have the tools to really address that So the problem is is that you're not going to knock down inflation with higher interest rates But you may knock down growth and then you wind up with either stagflation or a recession And whether or not that eventually gets to elevated prices well that remains to be seen So if you're a believer in what Larry Fink has to say then you're probably negative on equity prices and you think this is a dead cat bounce Just a bear market rally of which we have seen many Right now dollar yen one 29 78 you've got the Euro at a dollar 7 59 The Aussie 72.61 USS so not a lot of action there And not too much action in the bond market either the yield on the ten year treasury 2.91% A final note on WTI we understand from Saudi Arabia they can produce more oil and they will still prices have been pretty firm right now deadly TI one 1682 a barrel and that is a Bloomberg business flash Ed Baxter with headline news in San Francisco Ed All right thank you Brian U.S. President Biden has made another impassioned speech to the nation pleading for gun safety saying schools have turned into killing fields He says Congress must act ban assault weapons is what he wants number one.

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Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | 6 months ago

Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

"He was a California congressman from the 21st and then 22nd district for, well, 2003 to 2022. A premier investigator of government malfeasance and corruption, he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2020, and he's now the chief executive officer of the Trump media and technology group. Devin, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you as always. Let me start by asking you about this sussman verdict. The acquittal of sussman appears to be a real blow to the Durham investigation and also I think for some of us seems to suggest that Hillary has not just 9 lives, but maybe an infinite number of lives, this woman is always one step ahead of the posse. Can you spell out the implications of this verdict? Did you see it coming? And what does it mean? Yeah, I think you have to start with what Durham did with this, whether he meant to do it or not. We won't know until probably many years later, if we ever know, is that my guess is he probably tried to get sussman to plead. Sussman and the Clinton people said, you know what? We'll roll the dice. We'll see if you really want to bring this case in Washington, D.C., where they know they control the court. They have a judge that, you know, many of those judges now, I mean, they're big problems. Then of course, you have the tainted jury that was immediately tainted with Clinton donors, AOC, donors, et cetera, et cetera. So I'm not sure if Durham was kind of forced, tried to get sussman to plea because it was a pretty clear cut case, right? You had receipts. You had text messages. There was nothing that was confusing about this. It was a clean case of line at FBI, especially as Durham laid out the case. And then so in the process of that, you can either kind of decide well, Durham was forced into it and or Durham knew that he had to roll the dice, but the good thing with all of this is that we learned so much that Durham laid out, which was the grander larger case, which there was a major conspiracy that was going on

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm John Tucker in the Bloomberg newsroom this Bloomberg business flash after yesterday's big sell off stocks are lower once again However the major indices right now look like they're pairing some of their earlier losses in the S&P 500 just about all the industry groups all 11 of them were down We're just seeing a turnaround for energy so that the energy sector now in the green Non foreign payrolls increasing 428,000 in April unemployment holding at 3.6% and then there's the labor force participation rate the share of the population looking or working working to look for work That slumped and it does make the fed's job a little more complicated trying to burn labor demand in line with supply That meantime we're seeing treasuries rising the ten year is up three basis points right now at 3.07% S&P 500 down 36 points Dungeons and dust leverage down 273 points and the tech have a NASDAQ 99 points lower We check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the training day Right here on Bloomberg radio on John Tucker that's your Bloomberg business flash Matt and Paul All right John Tucker good stuff There I want to bring in Barry rid holtz host of masters in business Bloomberg radio He's also chairman chief executive officer of holt's wealth management Barry what a week it's been just in terms of volatility in the marketplace Wednesday Big rally Thursday give it all back and then some Friday another weekday here We've had fed news We've had jobs news Let's step back I want the Barry riddle's 30,000 foot view What did you learn this week Not a whole lot You know market volatility is was incredibly light in 2021 And this year it's the opposite of that You know if you want the real big picture view the 30,000 foot view we've enjoyed a decade of far above average returns market usually gives us 8 9% a year It's been 14% a year in the last two years of that decade It was over 20% a year So you know I don't want to be glib or sanguine about all the blood in the streets but this was just simply overdue It's mean reversion You can't go straight up forever And that's what 2022 seems to be doing A little bit back Although there are a lot of people more and more people because the demographics in the position where they have to decide you know is it time to sell here Should I should I put a stop on these losses because I'm retiring or whatever The case may be I thought it was interesting yesterday in Bloomberg story Jim Paulson said I'm scared like everybody else And this seems to be where we are right now you know Paul Tudor Jones is talking about capital preservation is his number one priority Are we at a point where it's definitely it's clear that this is a market that's that's not coming back up to buy the dip crowd is gone and it's now about sell the rip Well to some degree it normally takes much longer than 6 months to beat that muscle memory out of the BTD crowd That look throughout 2020 and 2021 And most of the previous decade you were rewarded for buying the dip I think part of the reason this feels worse than it is prior to this week the S&P 500 was down about 13.6% We look at the history of the market going back you know a century what's the average drawdown across any given year and it's exactly 13.6% But it feels much worse than that Not because the NASDAQ is down 22 or the S&P 5 or the Russell was down 24% But when you look at the high flyers when you look at the Reddit stocks when you look at all of the high flying work from home stocks they're down 60 70 80% and if you put all your chips on the hey this is easy I love those TikTok videos Here's how we make all this money Day trading from home If all your chips were on that well when it comes up double zero when you lose everything it's incredibly painful And that's where all the turmoil seems to be coming from A lot of new traders and a lot of people who just jumped in with both feet to the most high beta aggressive names they're carrying them out on their shields Barry I'm not a market technician by any stretch but I put up the RSI function for the S&P 500 S&P right now is below both its 50 day moving average and its 200 day moving average Do you think about that kind of stuff or does that mean anything to you So if you're a trader you're looking at daily moving averages If you're an investor you're looking at monthly moving averages And so in other words like the 200 day moving average obviously changes every day The ten month moving average is a much longer term moving average And history has shown us that when stocks end up below their ten month moving average it's much rougher sledding You have a tendency to see sideways or downward bias that eventually works itself out and comes to an end We like when markets are above their long-term moving average because it means the trend is your friend And right now if you're a long investor if you're a long-term investor as well the trend for these 6 months is not your friend What do you think about the take the fed take that pal was dovish by sort of ruling out a 75 basis point hike on Wednesday I didn't hear you know it's so funny because everybody imposes it's like a Rorschach test Everybody imposes their own beliefs when we hear these conversations from fed speakers What I heard Powell say was a word data dependent who isn't We're all data dependent And we're more likely to see a series of 50 basis point increases as they get off normal My pet thesis about no 75 basis point increases is that it would be completely useless and maybe worse than useless it would be counterproductive The inflation east is are all screaming That the fed should is behind the curve and they should hurry up But you know understands that no matter how high or how fast he raises rates it's not going to get semiconductors to automobile manufacturers any quicker And that's a big source of inflation It's not going to untangle the supply chain It's not going to get all those ships backed up at Long Beach to unload any faster And it's not going to affect the price of energy.

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Texas Elementary School Celebrates Pride Week With Slew of Activities

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Texas Elementary School Celebrates Pride Week With Slew of Activities

"Money the Austin independent school district is celebrating pride week and in part 5th graders engaged in a vision board activity for school policies Some of the options were and I quote we moved Pledge of Allegiance homo Marxism gender neutral bathrooms and LGBTQ sex Ed What happened to I mister badus It's not all inclusive LGBTQ sex Ed These people are after your kids ladies and gentlemen Those are 5th graders Those are 5th graders That is why Florida passed the law that had passed So I have to assume the chief executive officer of Disney Entertainment for families and those employees of Disney that apparently seek to destroy it pushing the same agenda Would agree with that for 5th graders Now how old are you in 5th grade mister Billy What are you Ten years old ten years old

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Black Lives Matter Suspends Online Fundraising

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Black Lives Matter Suspends Online Fundraising

"Questions have also been raised up what's going on at the top of BLM G and F and nobody knows there's no one in charge. It's a slush fund. It's a shell. It's a mystery. The organization is not appear to have a chief executive officer for over a year. According to the Washington examiner, which did great work on this, former CEO Patrice color stepped down in May of 2021, following criticisms of her personal finances she went on a shopping spree. She bought homes across the planet. Literally, Canada everywhere. This appears, they gave all these different excuses, but then this one gets even more interesting. BLM gnf has now off the suspend its online fundraising operations, tens of millions of dollars were also certainly raised during a period when the organization had no leadership team. And then of course, were the houses, spike dot com writes. Again, this is a terrific piece. One of the main reasons caller stepped down was due to the controversy over her real estate buying binge, which she purchased four homes valued at $3.2 million. Colors signed off on the deeds for a house in Inglewood, California worth half a $1 million, a custom ranch property located in rural Georgia, which was equipped with an airplane runway. And at $1.4 million mansion in ritzy topanga, canyon, a short drive from Malibu. You think all of this would make people want to know what happened to the billions pledged to BLM or the millions given to BLM G and F, but nope, the media doesn't care at all. Why would they be bothered by such things?

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Room At her press briefing today governor Cathy hoeke described extraordinary progress the state has seen in fighting the coronavirus Positivity statewide the second day in a row we've been under 10% A downward trend in not just an infections but also in the hospitalizations On another topic local addressed to the problem of trying to get illegal guns off the streets of New York after those two police officers were shot last night in Harlem It's a resounding call to action who says guns are flowing in from other states and flooding the streets of New York Today New York moved closer to scaling back law enforcement checks on would be lawyers as the state bar association endorsed the change The bar's House of delegates recommended in a vote that law school grads seeking to become attorneys would no longer have to report arrests and other police interactions that fall short of convictions The recommendations prompted by what the bar called persistent racial disparities in criminal justice now goes to New York chief judge Janet de fiori and other top state judges for a final decision Morgan Stanley boosted chief executive officer James Gorman's compensation to $35 million We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It leaves him poised to be the best paid major U.S. bank boss for another year Morgan Stanley increased Gorman's pay 6% for 2021 with the bank's profitability climbing to a new high for the fourth straight year His packaging includes one and a half $1 million in salary and an $8.38 million cash bonus the vast majority is in the form of 25 million in long-term awards which pay out in shares and are partially tied to return on equity and shareholder return targets 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 susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg I'm Barry riddles You're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special Yes this week is Tina Vander Steele She is the head of the emerging country debt team at famed investment firm GMO located in Boston and really around the world She joined GMO in 2004 from JPMorgan where she worked on ARB strategies for emerging market debt and high yield bonds before we get into the details of some of the currency issues I have to ask how big is the opportunity in EM bonds How large is this market I don't know compared to let's say U.S. corporates or treasuries So round numbers for dollar denominated bonds sovereign and quality sovereign external debt in the and the global index around 1.4 trillion for the corporate EM index and be also around 1.4 trillion and for local currency EM debt it's around two and a half trillion Now that's just the index eligible stuff I think you could safely multiply that by another 50% to capture all possible investable debt Has this been expanding because what we seem to have seen over the past I don't know decade or two is really a bit of a shortage of high quality sovereign debt What's the growth rate of emerging market debt look like So from memory I would say each of these were probably about half again this size or half the size maybe 15 years ago So it's growing For sure there's more interest in it I was looking this morning at the Bloomberg global aggregate into action they produced the sub index of negative yielding debt That's about 14 trillion So folks are asked to find things with positive yields And I think that's where EM debt has been coming in Quite an interesting So we started talking a little bit about the spread and EM debt and some of the currency risk How do you measure different currencies I know about the textbook models but what's it like in the real world It's funny that you say the textbook model of I gave a talk We have a full client conference and in 2016 I wanted to give a talk about arbitrage And I started off with a quote because at this point it was just around the time that Japan was entering yield curve control And the quote that struck me was from 2013 I remember going to the IMF meeting So ostensibly just to think about EM but if you think about the time period the European sovereign debt crisis is sort of coming to a denouement the Cypriots had just defaulted on bank debt So there's a lot of interesting stuff going on And the most crowded room at that IMF in 2013 was the bank of Japan So the assistant governor the fellow MoMA says stakes are high If we fail economics textbooks might be wrong that's uncertainty And I could never forget that quote because I thought to myself oh gosh it seems like economics textbooks have been wrong for some time now But what I'm interested in is the fact that the finance textbooks are also wrong And Olivier's launch art gave a talk called how to teach intermediate macroeconomics after the crisis is after the great financial crisis And he says I used to derive movements of exchange rates from uncovered interest rate parity conditions And that was precisely the point of my talk it used to be that you could look at interest rate differentials and price currency boards in developed markets But by this point in 2012 and for sure in 2016 developed markets were no longer following this So I would say finance and macroeconomic textbooks are actually not all that useful these days because what you would have learned hardly applies anymore So let's talk about how you hedge in the real world some of the currency risk you're taking and can you do that at reasonable prices If you want to invest as a U.S. investor in Brazil or in a place like Thailand how can you do that without assuming too much currency risk Well you have a number of choices You can if you're a dollar based investor you can simply buy dollar Brazilian bonds There aren't that many dollar tie bonds but you can buy dollar bonds You can buy local currency denominated bonds and hedge the currency risk associated with those bonds And to take a recent example we found this fascinating Brazilian real denominated instrument It's actually guaranteed by you and me the U.S. taxpayer Really And it was paying local Brazilian treasury so NTN plus 40 basis points So you could hedge out the currency risk and the interest rate risk of that thing and be left with a U.S. guaranteed thing at sort of treasuries plus a hundred That's a great bond Coming up we continue our conversation with cleaner Vander steel head of GMOs merging country debt team discussing the state of EM today You're listening to masters in business with very revolts on Bloomberg radio.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The second day in a row we've been under 10% for a downward trend and not just an infections but also in the hospitalizations On another topic addressed to the problem of trying to get illegal guns off the streets of New York after those two police officers were shot last night in Harlem It's a resounding call to action who says guns are flowing in from other states and flooding the streets of New York Today New York moved closer to scaling back law enforcement checks on would be lawyers as the state bar association endorsed the change The bar's House of delegates recommended in a vote that law school grads seeking to become attorneys would no longer have to report arrests and other police interactions that fall short of convictions The recommendations prompted by what the bar called persistent racial disparities in criminal justice now goes to New York chief judge Janet de fiori and other top state judges for a final decision Morgan Stanley boosted chief executive officer James Gorman's compensation to $35 million we get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It leaves him poised to be the best paid major U.S. bank boss for another year Morgan Stanley increased Gorman's pay 6% for 2021 with the bank's profitability climbing to a new high for the fourth straight year His packaging includes one and a half $1 million in salary and an $8.38 million cash bonus The vast majority is in the form of 25 million in long-term awards which pay out in shares and are partially tied to return on equity and shareholder return targets 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 susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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Michael Pack Was CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media Until Biden Shut Him Down

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Michael Pack Was CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media Until Biden Shut Him Down

"You were in the Trump administration. And what was the title again? I'm fascinated. It was CEO, chief executive officer of the U.S. agency for global media, which is a $850 million year agency. It is one of the biggest broadcasters in the world. It's 5 different broadcasters reach an audience of over 350 million people with 200, 250 million people a week. So that's a huge number. So this is an opportunity for the United States to reach the world with a voice of freedom with the voice. All of this stuff, and we've been doing this for how many decades? Voice America started it's smart off of an earlier organization during World War II. So it really goes back to World War II. Some of these other of the 5 broadcasters were more recent. But the process goes back to World War II. Right, but it's the opposite of Tokyo rose. This is like leaving freedom and we're trying to share freedom with the world. And we have this huge megaphone called The Voice of America and you were appointed by Trump to head that up and the deep state said, right? Really don't like American style freedoms. But we're going to try to crush you. That is exactly right. Even before, I mean, I make this point in the article. So the article you can read the article on the examiner and I also wrote a piece about media coverage of me there or you could go to my Twitter impact underscore. You got to remember the underscore. MP ACK impact underscore at Twitter. Okay.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And me when we speak with New York City football club's chief executive officer and president Brad Sims and goalkeeper and MVP Sean Johnson Bloomberg business of sports Tonight at 7 On Bloomberg 11 three O the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Also available via podcast on iTunes Influential conversations from Bloomberg television Here's manners cranny But let's take it to the senior FX strategist at HSBC He's got a right to an opinion Dominic bunning Good morning There are many things to discern in this meeting Good to see you Dollar king dollar remains resplendent Does it remain strong for you How hawkish was that line that he could move before full employment at to raise rates Good morning Morning thanks for coming on great to see you Look I think it was a pretty haunted This is a Bloomberg money minute If you're trying to find the perfect holiday gift for the billionaires in your life it's probably too late to get them a yacht I've been in the industry over 30 years And I've never seen anything like it Yacht cofounder and CEO Steven Myers says inventory is low but sales are booming prices are soaring and that's showing no signs of slowing down It's a very cyclical industry However it's been very solid and the trends have just been upwards According to super yacht time sales are up almost 50% from a year ago Myers says the pandemic played a big part in that Obviously people wanted to isolate themselves and lock down themselves on there's no better place to be than on a boat or a yacht He says prices are reaching record levels We're getting close to the going over the half a $1 billion range And I wouldn't be surprised if we don't see within this decade the first $1 billion yacht If you are in the market for a yacht be prepared to wait Myers says most custom builders are sold out.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"I mean your company has just grown by leaps and bounds and the value adding is is just phenomenal. So as you think about the future and maybe it could be near or long term future. You know let's do some horizon view in here. What are you most excited about. Yes so when. I look across each of our business units. We have an enormous opportunity ahead of us so in women's health today the vast majority of pregnancies are still got screen with these advanced tests. Noninvasive prenatal testing like panorama test to the overall market is only about thirty percents penetrated. So there's a long way to go before we're testing all of the four million plus pregnancies in the united states so we have a lot of room to run their a very big upset opportunity and then would look at cancer and organ health together. We're just scratching service there. What's going to be a very large market opportunity. The total available market together for all of our business units around fifty billion dollars. And we're just at the very early stages of penetration so for example in oncology are at terror product is now been approved by medicare for colorectal cancer in we estimate the approval would would cover about one million blood draws per year. Now that's one of the largest specialty diagnostics ever proved and it's only colorectal. Cancer should hours be fan to bladder cancer lung cancer. Breast ovarian cancer. You know we're talking about tens of millions of potential blood-red could be happy in a yearly basis. And that's really exciting. To think about road is gonna come out on that as as we access inserting fully country markets notches from the standpoint which obviously exciting but of course you know thinking about the patients that were going to help. I think the ability to change the way medicines practice for sure. Yeah that's super exciting. Congratulations on that by the way while. The future's bright and really the way that we that we approach you know our patients the way that we approach our employees health. These types of tests are super important. Or if you're a pair right. Managing many many lives thinking about the bigger picture of people's health and helping stay. Proactive is truly the future and should be the present. And i think natasha's doing a huge job of great job of doing that. And so steve. I just want to recognize you and your team over there for the amazing work that you guys doing. What kind of closing thoughts would you leave us with. And what's the best place for people to learn more about you in the business yellow again. Thanks for having me spend time any. Anyone can go to our website or google This year we've got a lot of content up there about the company about the different tests in products that we offer you now survey about twenty five percent of all pregnancies in the united states that we have a very big up to the us a both on college. He working all this very exciting. So i think the genetic testing and diagnostic testing in general are going to continue to play a much larger role on healthcare as we move forward. I think it's a great position to continue your ship there. So we're excited about the outlook for the company. Be certainly excited about what you guys are doing. As well and i would highly welcome an update call you know maybe in six months to a year now you guys are moving fast over there to hear what updates you guys have. And what difference. You're making it would be great. We love to do that. Awesome steve pate. Thanks for jumping on and looking forward to staying in touch. Great thank you saw.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Hey everybody. Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today. i have the privilege of having the amazing steve chapman with us. He is not terrace. Chief executive officer and serves on the company's board of directors. Mr chapman joined nato in two thousand ten as the vice president of sales later becoming chief commercial officer and then chief operating officer as coo. He led the company's commercial entry into the highly competitive noninvasive. Prenatal testing market in which the company's panorama test became the market leader despite being forced to market. Mr chapman was appointed ceo in january of twenty nineteen and has been instrumental in extending the terrace core technology to address new oregon health and ecology markets achieving rapid commercial growth for the prosperity transplant test and establishing the terrace leadership in molecular residual disease testing with another product. They have called tara since he became. Ceo of notre terre is achieved a year on year revenue growth of over forty percent and has consistently outperformed earnings expectations prior to the tara. Mr chapman worked at genzyme genetics where he was credited with delivering record-breaking commercial growth and strategies that change pregnancy genetic testing. He's no stranger to this genetic testing environment and today. I'm i'm privileged to have him here. He actually started his career as a researcher in the department of human genetics had way designing raise identifying. snp's associated with multiple sclerosis. Just an incredible individual Very brilliant mind and super excited a chat with him today. So steve really appreciate you joining us if they saw a really appreciate you having me great to be here absolutely the work you're doing is a huge difference. Steve you guys around the cutting edge of genetic testing and how were actually using it to make a difference. What inspires your work in the space. The diagnostics base in genetics. Today testing particular is very fast growing sector of the healthcare market. It's very exciting. There's a lot of change very fast paced with innovation It's a very exciting place to be the all. But i think my inspiration. His grown over time to be more about the impact that we're making on patients and a lot of that has to a my personal experiences as having kids using the products using genetic testing important growing. My family it's really shown me you know our personally impacted gatien's on a day-to-day basis. And now i look. We moved to cancer. Moving away from prenatal hells having had friends and family.

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Call for an Australian National AI Strategy

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Call for an Australian National AI Strategy

"Hello and welcome to moscow screen. Tv now taking sick weekly be joined once again and welcome. Ron gushy. They chief executive officer with the australian industry association and the industry there's cooling for at least a two hundred million dollar investment into strays i- strategy a national strategy. So we'll get an update from ron. On how the. I w i i is going in. They recent coal app to government. Run galaxy that chief executive officer with the i aa i run. Thanks for joining us once again. Thanks to the chris. Much rishon artificial intelligence in the release came out. From the i w i do like how you guys up right off. You know you you kinda push and comment very very quickly. And promptly on government initiatives Maybe if he can give us not died or background from the realistic climate decoding for two hundred fifty million dollars for a billion dollar investment into the i. nationalized strategy. What's what's the background to this. And you we are cooling for is significant allocation In my phil- budget what the premises whibley kate. Primary industries are exposed when we look at the level of being made my in iowa offshore. of dollars. Investments across europe and asia and and in that region and that means that we are at prime ministries are at risk of becoming uncompetitive and probably unattractive globally and consumers that will become a country. Can she was rather than the juices. And it's a pity because the strike. Has i recognize leadership position experts in zenaida and and the kowloon basements across fiddles night governments have been targeted towards raicevic in i Small small bits and pieces fashion in an s fragmented with that any extra commercialization agenda

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Box Agrees to Take $500 Million Investment From KKR

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Box Agrees to Take $500 Million Investment From KKR

"500 million KKR's leading a $500 Million investment in box. In a deal that will see KK our tech executive. Bethany Mayor take Box CEO Aaron Levees place on the board of the Cloud software company. Levy will continue his boxes chief executive officer after the deal but will step down as chairman. The private equity firm said it will receive preferred convertible stock in box as a result of the transaction. That's a big one. Doing some deal. It's a big one. It is a big one. Absolutely. Erin

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No new Galaxy Note this year, confirms Samsung CEO

Techmeme Ride Home

02:03 min | 1 year ago

No new Galaxy Note this year, confirms Samsung CEO

"Samsung says it is considering not launching a new slate of its galaxy. Note phones this year. Now they say that this is in aid of streamlining its product lineup. But isn't that the truth or is the truth really something else. We've been talking about lately. That growing global shortage in semiconductors quoting bloomberg samsung electronics warned it's grappling with the fallout from a serious imbalance in semiconductors globally becoming the largest tech giant to voice concerns about chip shortages spreading beyond the automaking industry. Samsung one of the world's largest makers of ships and consumer electronics expects the crunch to pose a problem to its business next quarter co chief executive officer code dong jin said during an annual shareholders meeting in seoul. The company is also considering skipping the introduction of a new galaxy note one of its bestselling models this year. Though said that was geared toward streamlining. Its lineup quote. There's a serious imbalance supply and demand of chips in the it sector globally said co who oversees the company's it and mobile divisions despite the difficult environment. Our business leaders are meeting partners overseas to solve these problems. It's hard to say. The shortage issue has been solved. One hundred percent and quote if samsung is publicly talking about future products. You know that the silicon is serious said. Avi green guard analysts and founder of consultantcy texts. Potential co said samsung may decide not to introduce its galaxy. Note during two thousand twenty one second half breaking eight years long streak of annual watches for the marquis line. The note series contributed roughly five percent of samsung smartphone. Shipments over the past two years. Idc estimates but accounts for a more significant chunk of revenue. Because it's one of the priciest in the lineup. Quote note series is positioned as a high end model in our business. He said it could be a burden to unveil to flagship models in a year so it might be difficult to release note models in the second half of the year. The timing of note model launch can be changed but we seek to release a note model next year

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Witnesses Praise Merrick Garland, Joe Biden's Pick for Attorney General

Tim Conway Jr.

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Progressive insurance. Let's head to D. C. In their opening arguments, the House impeachment managers played previously unseen video and audio of the January 6 Capital riot assed part of their case. Former President Trump incited the insurrection 49 hours declaring it a riot. Democratic lawmakers argued the Capitol attack was the culmination of a months long effort by the former president to undermine and overturn the election results. California Congressman Ted Lieu When you ran out of non violent measures, he turned to the violent mob. That attacked your Senate chamber on January 6. Meantime, the district attorney's office and Fulton County, Georgia, has launched a criminal investigation into Trump's efforts to overturn his election loss in the state. Trump adviser called the probe and attempt by Democrats to score political points and President Biden announced new sanctions on individuals and entities connected to a military coup in Myanmar. Less official Z ABC News latest covert numbers in Ohio Another 5448 recoveries reported today that raises the total number of recoveries. Since the pandemic began to 737,106 team coverage of the pandemic continues. Let's check in with 700 Sarah Elise, If you're worried about traveling during the pandemic, CVG airport is now making it a little bit easier. With rapid on site testing. CVG has partnered with biology lab to allow for travelers and the general public to obtain the results within only 35 minutes. Testing site is now open and it's located near the T s A security checkpoint. Appointments are encouraged, but they're not required and walk ins are welcome, Candace McGraw, the chief executive officer of CVG says on site. Rapid testing for covert 19.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Average hotel capacity is still less than half of what it was before Covert showed up. Michael Jacobson heads the Illinois Hotel and Lodging Association hasn't gotten any better here in the short term, but Think better days appear to be ahead of us. Jacobson telling WGN Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news that they're averaging an 18% hotel Occupancy rates state. Why, then? That the hotel is losing money? Any time man occupancy numbers below 50%. Chicago Police have released a progress report updating the actions taken so far to get into compliance with a consent decree. It's already coming under criticism by the A. C L U is a public relations stunt. CBD is chief of staff Robert Boy is, the superintendent says You can't get graded on your homework. If you don't turn it in. We are really focusing in on that effort now and really Trying to make the stripes necessary to achieve the cultural change that's necessary in the department. The degrees court ordered and mandates broad reforms. You can see it online Chicago police dot org's Dozens of Chicago activists are taking part in a multi day hunger strike. They're calling on Mayor Lightfoot deny a permit to allow operations on the city's South East side for a metal plan of some sort, citing environmental issues. Sending his Chavez says her little sister's high school is right across the street. She has asthma. So I'm Scared to death of what's gonna happen to her once the particular matter is released into the air, All right. I'm Jesus, chief executive officer wrote in the Tribune in October that his company's expansion is different from the shutdown General Iron Plant on the North side and his firm's metal shredders will be enclosed and moved. From public view. Former President Trump Second impeachment filed against today He is accused of incitement of insurrection in last month's right at the Capitol. His attorneys say the trial is not constitutional and that the president, then president was exercising his freedom of speech when he told his supporters to fight like hell to overturn his defeat. Hundreds of rescue workers scouring ravines and valleys in northern India that are full of mud and muck looking for survivors after part of a Himalayan.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Think a lot of people stayed home today after the storm, Mike Me, I think you're right then. It's certainly a lot lighter than usual here for a Tuesday afternoon. Most highways are good. Let's check on the expressway here is we Get your WBC news Radio Road report. I have more good news to report the expressway North found had a closure of the ramp to Morrissey Boulevard that was due to flooding going on down below on Morrissey Boulevard. Well, first they got Morrissey Boulevard. Both directions reopens between Malibu Beach and a U Mass. Boston. That's the usual spot when the tides are really high, But everything is receded that Morrissey is open again. And they just reopened the ramp from the expressway. Nor found about a minute and a half ago s O. All of those. All of those issues are gone south, An expressway that looks good all the way down the Braintree. Kristen up in the WBC news radio wrote a report and elsewhere. Ruth three South bound is clear. Coming down to hang him and Rockland that lower end of 1 28 is good coming out of Needham and dead um and even routes 24 95 south or both clear down towards 4 95. I've got a problem downtown. It's the Southerner Tunnel that's backed up inside. It's a breakdown. Near the exit and really bad spot. Only one lane can get by there. So real problem. The lower deck of 93 delivered down rant the Tobin Bridge. They're all fine. So is thorough. Dr. Is you coming along the Charles up north of the city. Things were good with the upper end of 1 28. Roots three and 93 up towards the New Hampshire line. No problems there and the mass Turnpike is good out of the Prudential Tunnel all the way out into Westboro out past 4 95 my king WBC's traffic on the three of the four day WBC act, you weather forecasters, Brian. We'll see a bit of drizzle or freezing drizzle and early this evening temperatures to be near the freezing mark, and it could lead to a few icy spots. At a cloudy and windy tonight with a couple of snow showers. A tree coat the ground in a few spots. Slow down to 27. Still some flurries tomorrow. Brisk in Chile High 35 Cloudy tomorrow night with a couple of lingering flurries. Any wetter, slushy areas can freeze up was he dropped down to 28? Mostly sunny on Thursday. High 30 eights up to 42 by Friday with mostly cloudy sky. We do expect the mix of rain and snow to develop, especially during the afternoon. I thank you but the meteorologist Brian Thompson, WBZ Boston's news radio, Right, Alma through in 32, degrees 39. In high and this planet is 34. Worcester's 31. It's 34 degrees in Boston, Massachusetts. This is Olympic medalist Nancy carrying my friends. It revised to provide you with home energy savings through mass save with no cause. Led light bulbs in 75%, or more off insulation visit call, revised calm to revise the way you say, 4 26. We checked business now Jeff Bezos stepping down as chief executive officer of Amazon. The movie's gonna happen later this year in quarter three basis will transition to executive chair of the company's executive. Board a massive hiring spree at a massive new New England defense contractor Continuing this year, General Dynamics has planted add more than 2000.

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Using AI on Healthcare Data to Improve Outcomes at Scale with Tashfeen Suleman

Outcomes Rocket

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Using AI on Healthcare Data to Improve Outcomes at Scale with Tashfeen Suleman

"Workum. Back to the outcomes rockets saw marquez. Here today i have the privilege of hosting the outstanding. Tush phen- suleiman. He is the chief executive officer at cloud medics health. They are a clinical a. I platform personalizing healthcare delivery through data. And a i. The company wants to allow patients and providers to better manage health using the state of the art technologies that integrate with existing hospital and pair networks to achieve the best outcome. Cosmetics offers tools to both patients and providers to system with their journeys and workflows. Tachyon's an approval technology leader and. I'm really excited to have him here on the podcast today to talk to us about the work that they're up to at cloud medics touchscreen. Thanks so much for joining me. Thanks for having me absolutely so before we dive into cloud medics and the work. You guys are doing with a and healthcare. Tell us a little bit more about you. What got you into healthcare. And we'll keep you in it so as you mentioned. I have a technology background. And i have always intersected with being be across cross section being technology and building real world applications the can have a meaningful impact and so was about five or six years ago that We had a healthcare scare in our family. My father had a subdural hematoma which is a internal head bleed which went undiagnosed and it almost cost him his life but he fully recovered and we caught it on time and i was at microsoft at that time and that became our my value cried to try to figure out what happened and how we can avoid such events for thousands millions of people in the future that was what became the genesis of cloud. Medics which is look at data from different sources and do across sections analysis round different insights and Present those insights to providers and payers so they can improve efficiencies and reduce events such as the one that happened to my dad. And so that's the biggest inspiration of why we started the company but facile were now. I think everybody who works at the company has had a brush with healthcare Whether it was done personally or member or a friend that no and so you may have seen this your software you know. Healthcare is When everything works at works but when people fall through the cracks they technically have a heart fall. So that's our rallying cry to build tools that can forecast some of these events and Put in front of the best things that patients payers and providers can do in order to get ahead when they when they have such a healthcare scare. Yeah nets You said it right and there's so much that could happen and so many misses that can happen. We you know the. I forget what the number is. But it's pretty high the number of things that that could go wrong and reasons why outcomes don't work out within healthcare because of some of those misses and so i'm curious what exactly you guys are wanting to do here with cloud medics in the healthcare space. Tash being tell us a little bit more about it. Yeah so if you if you really look at healthcare from a macro perspectives. You have a provider who takes care of you. If you are sick you have a pair who Reimbursed says or bites insurance to the patient so they can have the best care and that works well for macroeconomics for a small population sets that have a one to one relationship in some s one to a few relationship of the provider and the patients. Where does it breaks down as when you have millions of patients and And the one one. Too many mapping come into place where you have limited number of providers and in number of hours that you can spend per patient in order to figure out what's What's what's the root cause of their ailments and so the us healthcare system has become very good at solving the current problem but not the underlying problem that the patients may be facing and as You know s. We are now entering a explosion of data where both medical literature and the complications that come out from the different co morbidity. Different diseases that patients have. It's very hard and complex to manage and so looking at that population level. Big data and large volume perspective is what claude. Medics is really good at where we pull. Data in from electric health records from a payer's and from patients and create a unified workflow where different stakeholders can slice and dice. The data for from different perspectives. So one of the ways to look at it is if you're a provider and you wanna get in information on operation risks or operation journeys you know because we have such a vast amount of data we can look at beijing of different touch points as they go to different sections of or different progression of the disease we could predict n began outlined the future off that patients may look like given a huge history of previous patients them in the past so we can look at retrospective data and project that feature in terms of allowing a provider to come up with a better treatment or a better outcome for the patient again. Were not looking to replaced physicians. We wanted to work in tandem with physicians.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"If you would like to find out more specifically about what happens to your financial life now and moving forward with the new administration that has planned Biden calm or you can call and set up that CFT at no charge. Let's move from politics on to sports. I mean, I could use a little breather thinking OK, that was heavy. Let's move on to something more like the NFC and NFC championships are this weekend and the old man of the sport is hanging in there. 43 years old. Tom Brady's approach to the playoffs really has not changed. Do anything now you gotta earn it and that's what it comes down to who earns it and who puts it in and puts the preparation in and who goes out and execute. The pressure's on the Bucks Quarterback did have some fun with last week's matchup against the Saints and Drew Brees, who's also in his forties, joking that the game should have heard on the history channel. Now we'll see if either one hangs it up after this season. There's been rumors online already about these two. But what about your client's Mike Coast to coast to still feel that they're the top of their game and their career? And they don't want to retire. Well, listen, I think most people who are in a situation where they don't want to retire. I think you love your job. You love what you do in a lot of times. If you're at the top of your game, you did a really, really good job of setting money aside for retirement and were having those conversations week after week, and so I think what I'd say to individuals in that situation is certainly we already working with people in that scenario, But if you're over the age of 59 a half and you're working because you want to on don't need to or whether you need to what? You probably want to take a look at is your for one day. And what your options are there because you can have that actively managed and in fact of management can show you a higher average rate of return with less risk. This could be valuable to you if you're continuing to work, you know well into your sixties because you just love what you do, and it's hard to walk away from it. You know, Take some consideration What? That additional income is gonna look like, what is it going to do? I mean, a lot goes into the financial planning Christian. If you continue to earn well into your sixties, you have to take a look at Medicare Part B and how that's affected. You have to take a look at when it takes Social Security and whether that you're gonna be penalized. There's a lot that goes into it, so it's not just financial planning. It's in complaining. It's tax planning, and we are working with individuals that frankly just don't want to retire. But if you're in that situation, then make sure you have a plan so that I think the planning is important As they say, Failure to plan is planning to fail, right. So regardless give us a call. If you want an analysis to see if we can help you get more efficient. We'll do that financial planning for you as well. And at the end of the day if we can provide value might wanna work with us, 81355007078135500707 Set up that CFT virtually by going to guarding your nest egg dot com. But if you call, the team can let you know which location is most convenient to you or set up that virtual C F p Folks that morning stars for certain investment vehicles, and we'll tell you which one came out on top. Plus, what's the key to a successful retirement? Some financial writers share their best ideas, but we'll have Mike dive into what makes the most sense for you next on guarding your nest egg. About to retire. Congratulations. You're being promoted to CEO. Oh, huh? The chief executive officer of your own retirement. Wait, What? Think about it. It's up to you to create your own paycheck to make key decisions on things like Social Security and health care to make sure that you're paying enough in taxes without over pain That's.

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"So that's an example of a domestic sex trafficking case where You know in this case. She was traffic from another state. But a lot of our cases here in los angeles these are girls who were born and raised in los angeles. And you know almost always. They're running away from from something because there's either some type of sexual abuse at home or Domestic violence many times. Two young kids tell their parents that they're gay. They're also you know not accepted and so they run away thinking that they can be accepted elsewhere and unfortunately there are pimps and traffickers who just swoop in and prey upon them. Because they know they're vulnerable and they just simply want to be loved and you know have a way to support themselves. Not that. I want to focus on this because i really don't but how young start for most of our sex trafficking cases. It's around eleven eleven years of age but it ranges all the way up to like late twenties. But you might be surprised to know that our youngest client has actually been two years of age. Our oldest client has been sixty four so it really gives you an idea of the range and what we know for sure is that traffickers target not necessarily age although in some cases for sex trafficking they do target girls and young women but it's really targeting vulnerability so kids and adults alike. Who are either looking for a better opportunity to improve their lives or running away from a particularly difficult situation. Life domestic violence or sexual abuse at home. I'd heard it was said or read at some place. Life expectancy for somebody who is pulled into trafficking can be as short as seven years because of the drugs and the lifestyle and the beatings and the lack of nutrition. I mean are many of our clients. Cast is kind of considered an extended family even after they graduate from our programs. And so i can tell you. Firsthand that former clients we have have had cancer chronic health problems and even though sometimes it's difficult to relate it back to the traffic eighteen experience. How could you not exactly. That's exactly and that doesn't even get into. I mean that's just physical health. Think about the mental health consequences right. So we've developed a training program for mental health practitioners because you think that mental health professionals would know how to treat a survivor of human trafficking. But the reality is that it's such a an emerging issue that it's actually not taught at school emerging issue that has become the second most profitable criminal artillery on the planet which is mental health practitioners. Really know how to do this. The reason why. I was attracted to you into cast in the work that you do. I'm and i'm thrilled. That there are people who are working very very hard on policy and educating law enforcement and all of those things but i wanted to see more grassroots of working with the victims and the survivors. And in fact. I'm sure surprise some people when you just set it that our was with you for two years because i'm sure people thinking fast it's like a three day program a little shelter. We come in for the weekend and then we're throwing back onto the street but that they stay with you that long and so. I know we've used up so much of our time here but can you just talk about you. Know the services that cast offers but also with the call to action of what can our listeners do. how can they in their communities. You know we don't yet have cast a coalition to abolish slavery and trafficking in every city. Right that's you know. I want to say that it's actually. The reason i joined cast was because they made a commitment. The board and the founders of cast made a commitment to provide comprehensive and long-term services which is very resource intensive. I mean be involved with abandoned..

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"You don't know this yet but she's actually expecting when you met her she was. She had just found out that she was expecting her second child with her husband and she's making plans to go back to school so that she can also be a nurse here because she was a nurse already in her home country and kenya things for defusing me. Because i needed that. Because you know there's a- me i'll admit it and i'm sure a lot of people this way as well that the story is not over until we get justice and what you're saying is now the fact that these survivors are away from that. And they get to rebuild their lives and and that's what we need to focus reunited with their families. That's that actually is more important to them then putting the traffickers away remember i really want the listeners to understand that going through a criminal trial as a witness Clearly traffic victim is the key witness in the case it is hard. I mean my staff works around the clock. When we've got active prosecutions happening because of to relive it and traced them you have to relive it and the defense counsel asked such sometimes incredibly stupid questions but also really intrusive once range of such a long way to go a long way to go to improve the system so that there is justice being served in all the way a worldwide of all of the people who are traffic forty percent or for sex trafficking in sixty percent for labor trafficking. Well those are pretty good statistics but the truth is no one really knows. We think that it's abou forty sixty or fifty percent fifty percent but the reality is this is such an underground issue in many countries. It's really hard to get a handle on its scale. So that's why when you research statistics you might find studies that say there. Are you know. Twelve million slaves worldwide and summer saying thirty million so but even twelve million even if we take the conservative number that's too many origins day and age and the same goes for the difference between sex trafficking labor trafficking..

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"Every day and they choose not to in their minds. They really believe that they are treating these victims better than what they would path back home like it. It's so messed up. I absolutely really. They have a process of dehumanizing people. And i really have come to know that. This is a class issue right. So they target people who are vulnerable in communities usually from their same country of origin Because they know they can they know that they can add cheap labor or slave labor and not have to bother with paying them even though they're bringing them to a country that clearly has laws around wage and hour and human rights around how all workers must be treated and they do this because they simply don't see them as human beings they do see them as animals or less than animals sometimes and they're treated like that they're there to take care of their children so they're they're not seen as human beings or as but yet they're there to take care of the children of the on my i just i can't even make the words come out because it's just so it got using to me. That's the one thing that gets me too. I mean as you know. I'm a mom to a daughter. And you know i just can't imagine treating someone who should be part of your family and treat it that way when they're taking care of the people you love most in the world and you know not only that but in most of these cases the workers so the slaves are practically starve to death. I mean with the woman that i introduced you to. There were weeks on end where the traffickers did not restock the kitchen. The the slaves were actually made to live on a whole different floor so this family was so wealthy. They had two floors of this huge penthouse. Basically and the workers did not live with them. They were there to only take care of the family and to clean the penthouse where the family lived and it just shocked me when i learned that they were practically starved to death. I don't have words for that. I really don't and yet these are the same people who are taking care of their children of their pets and caring for their families it. Just it doesn't make sense. I realize but what. I've learned is that traffickers don't they don't make sense and they have ways of justifying this horrible behavior when i set listen to this woman talk and now she's oh my gosh she's dynamic and she's she's making a difference in. She looks amazing and she has that story to tell which is going to save many many lives. What happened to those traffickers. Yeah so the young woman's name is allison. She's a very active member of our national survivor network and has trained the military. She's trained law enforcement. She's done so much but most importantly what she's done is used her experience and therefore her expertise to raise awareness and educate no everyone from the general public to politicians. And i remember win alice. I came to cast..

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"That's that's a good question and they don't run because of the psychological coercion and the threats that they have to live in day in and day out like a good example. Is you know we served this woman and she at the time. She was in her late twenties and She basically the trafficker basically told her every day dogs in this country. Have more rights than you. If i kill a dog. I'm going to go to jail. But if i kill you. No one's going know and no one's gonna care because you don't exist in. This country was trafficked for labor. In that particular case it was a sweatshop yeah it was a labor trafficking case in a sweatshop and that was the threat that she used and you know traffickers do this all the time because they know that they can get away with it Most of the victims who are trafficked in this country both domestic meaning american girls as well as Immigrant survivors people from other countries. They haven't had the greatest experiences with law enforcement. Like for example. Most of the american girls we serve our survivors of what's called si sak commercial sexual exploitation of children. So they're traffic mostly when they're anywhere from eleven to fourteen years of age and again day in and day out. They are told that they can't go to law enforcement and when they do try their arrested for prostitution related charges so there was treated as criminals rather than victims exactly it's reinforcing to them what the pimps and traffickers are telling them every day. That law enforcement isn't going to treat them as a victim or or anything else but as a criminal and so we have a long way to go to reform those systems that technically are designed to not only curb crime but to help victims of crime. Right we have a whole office in this country. Victims of crime through the department of justice that's designed to help victims of crime including crimes of human trafficking but we have a long way to go to really reform those systems and it doesn't mean that all police are bad..

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"Let's say about gosh. what was it. Maybe fifteen years ago trafficking wasn't really even talked about in terms of statistics. And then what happened is it became the third largest criminal enterprise but now today in two thousand fifteen it's now tied with arms trade and so that tells us that this is a growing criminal enterprise where criminals can easily make a profit off the backs of human beings. I mean when you think about it. Human beings can be recycled over and over again. Right they can be sold to one gang. And then to another trafficker. I mean they can be recycled whereas when you use drugs or arms. They can't so easily be recycled in that way. so it's very profitable for traffickers to get into this business. How many slaves or their world boy there are. I mean statistics. Range all over the place. But i think we can safely say that there is at least twenty seven million slaves living in the world today at least living in slavelike conditions that includes sex trafficking as well as labor trafficking and that from brothels in bangkok thailand to children being forced to work in the brick industry in india to here locally where people are trafficked into the agricultural sector so trafficking is very broad definition of what is known as modern slavery people who are forced in some way therefore either through physical four or fraud or some type of coercion even sometimes psychological coercion to stay in a situation where they do not have the freedom to leave and that's usually done by the traffickers threatening them in their lives if they try a laws and key especially to the young women and moms that we serve. That's what they use they with the young girls they'll use their moms or sometimes their grandmothers. Whoever they're close to they'll use that to control them saying if you try to escape this happened just in one of our cases. This young girl was fifteen. Try to escape. We will kill your grandmother in mexico. We know where she lives. It's this address so no fifteen year old is going to try to escape when grandma practically raised her not was like her grandma was the love of her life and they knew it and they used it against her and likewise for the young moms and sometimes dads that we serve. They'll say look. We know your kids are living with your parents back home and if you try anything funny we will kill them. Let me tell you and so these threats go a long way to further. Control the victims. Who are already held captive. And i think what's important for new people who are new to this issue you know. In the media they tend to portray victims of trafficking has been chained to bed sore being locked in a room and certainly we have had those types of cases. I don't want to say that doesn't happen. It does but the majority of our cases are such where survivors or victims at the time. Are you know walking the kids to school each day. The children of the traffickers. Or they're doing the shopping for the family. So out of the house away from their captors and people listening to this thinking water on the ryan exactly..

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FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

WBZ Midday News

05:16 min | 2 years ago

FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening

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"chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

"For Kids Happy Holidays to everybody. Our first guest is Robert Standing. Robert is the chief executive officer of the Ben Hogan Foundation. Prior to his role, Robert was a business leader in the aerospace industry for nearly a quarter of a century. As a member of Shady Oaks Country Club since 1984 and independent member Before that Robert had the opportunity to observe Mr Hogan for almost two decades before the legendary golfer passed away in 1997. Robert served on the board of Governors at Shady Oaks Country Club from 2000 and 1 to 2000 and 11, serving as president of the club in his last year on the board. It's my pleasure to welcome from Fort Worth, Texas today, Robert Sennett. So, Robert the Vent Hogan Foundation is synonymous with golf, of course, but also perseverance and integrity. And for our listeners in the Detroit area in Michigan and well beyond tell him about the Ben Hogan Foundation, and some of the most important things you want everyone to know. Thank you, Larry. And thank you for having me on your show. With the Ben Hogan Foundation. It was established by Mr Hogan's great niece, who is Lisa Scott, and she was the heir to Mr Hogan's a state as he had no Children, and then we're fairly young foundation in about 2000 and seven we established the Ben Hogan Foundation with the pretty simple mission, and that mission was just honor the legacy and celebrate the life of the late great Ben Hogan. We have a yearly golf permit. We have Ah, about 200 soldiers play in and we do some things with the families just to kind of give the soldiers a day off and allow us to serve them for a day. So use development, education and under in the military or the three Core components of what we do to celebrate. Mr Hogan was there three wonderful components. And so we're talking with Robert stand and who is the CEO of the Ben Hogan Foundation and Robert? I was recently in Fort Worth, and you treated me so kindly, So thank you to you and Julie and everyone else. And I had the opportunity to see the Ben Hogan Learning Center at the first hear Fort Worth. It was so very impressive. There's another one under construction serving another part of Fort Worth, and so tell us about your involvement with Ben Hogan Foundation and first tee, because, as you know, with Donna Bach is one of our new board members. She's on your board. The Children's Foundation is now operating the first tea of Greater Detroit and some day we hope to be a strong is the Fort Worth first day but tell us about the bed Hogan Learning Center in Fort Worth. Well, we treated you kindly Larry because we want We want you to come back and see us again. You can count on their trust way. Want way love for you to come back and visit again and we hope you will do it often. You know, I mentioned earlier. The youth development. You know, there's one of our core tenants and early in our foundation. We were trying to think of the best way to accomplish this. And that was pretty early. When the chapter of the first tea of Fort Worth was established, they were only a year too old. And we became so very impressed with the first tee. And not only was it teaching young people, the game of golf, which Mr Hogan would appreciate, But more importantly, it was teaching the young people character and honesty and integrity and those nine core values that they have in their curriculum that they worked to instill in the young people so We saw a pretty neat partnership and we saw pretty neat synergy there. You know, if you think about an iconic example in the world of sports oven individual that stood for honesty and integrity and perseverance and those things you know what better example had been hoping So we decided that we wanted to help them build a facility in Mr Hogan's name, and in 2011. We created the Ben Hogan Learning Center and opened it here and for worse. And you know, early in the program they had about three or 400 kids, and this last year, we had $80,000 just phenomenal growth numbers. The first tee of Fort Worth has the highest retention rate in the world. 87% of the kids come back and most of those that don't come back Graduate high school. They're not eligible to come back. So we have a terrific retention rate. We have terrific growth in the program and one I think one of those powerful statistics I have ever seen is if a young person in the first year Fort Worth that she's birdie level. A second level. They have a 100% graduation rate from the Fort Worth Independent School district. So we similar to Detroit. You know, we're struggling with our public education. Do not have perhaps the best statistics, but a young person that she's birdie level every single one up graduate high school, which is a compelling statistics on success. Well, it says so much about what life skills and perseverance. These kids are learning from first tee and then also combined with the important elements of the Ben Hogan Foundation. It's It's a formula for success. And in the statistics certainly drive that home. So congratulations about that. Thank you. First he had already created, You know they're nine core values. But whenever we looked at the synergy between how Mr Hogan lived his life and how he exemplified those core values, we thought, what better way to do that? Then, with a partnership with the first team, there's another learning center under construction, and that's gonna be opening up in the not too distant future as well. We do. We were out there last week, working some of the artwork that we're gonna put in there. But we're looking to have AH, would love for you to come in for it. But I think we're gonna have a ribbon cutting on March. The 26th. Okay for our second Ben Hogan Learning shooter in Fort Worth, and they have pretty similar statistic out there. We started doing some after school programming few years ago, and we had 30 kids in it. And, uh, this year we had 1230 to 1230 to 12 3rd. So pretty nice slope on that curve. Yeah, Not only did I have the opportunity to spend time with you and your executive director but also Kevin long from the first tee, and he's one of the best executive directors in the country in the statistics prove that as well, So what a great combination of people on programs So we're talking with Robert Stand it from the Ben Hogan Foundation, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. Great place. And so Robert as we come to the end of 2020, and many of us are applauding that for obvious reasons. What's in store for the foundation and 2021. What are you looking forward to is? The year starts over? Well, we have a big year playing because of many of our things in 2020 were deferred because a covert and we hope that we get the pandemic behind us sooner than later. But early on in the year, we're working to put another documentary together on Mr Hogan. We're working with Charles Club. Does a serious they started about three years ago called the Charles Flog Challenger, Syriza's and they do Three of these a year and Mr Hogan will be the first..

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Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

"Boeing may be on the verge of selling more of its 7 37 MAX planes, details from Kemal's great Herschel Bloomberg News reports. Ryan Air could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow. Europe's biggest discount airline already has 135 MAX jets on order and options to bring that total to 200 or more. Analysts say a significant order from a customer like Ryanair would bolster confidence in the ground and Max and help replenish a Boeing backlog has been depleted. Since the start of the pandemic. The airline's chief executive officer, Michael O'Leary, has called the Max again Game changer that will allow Ryan air to add capacity while reducing fuel burn. Neither side is commenting beyond that. Greg Hirsch Holt Co. Moh

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Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

Bloomberg Best

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

"Now the race for a vaccine was part of a discussion that I moderated from our recent Bloomberg New economy form a panel. It really looked at how the world can ensure that we never ever have another catastrophe like Covad 19. That panel was with Stefan Bonsall, chief executive officer at Madonna. Regina Dugan CEO it welcome Leap, and Dr Wu Zun Yo, chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We began by hearing from a Dernis CEO. On their vaccine. We announce that the first experiment disease or face pre study To study your 50,000 participants. So the most 95% because see, but the piece of experience more excited is the fact that off 11 equal with severe disease. They were all of those people were no on the vaccine. And so if you think about it, what does that mean? I mean that once we get the final data, we should be able to see this is confident that if you get over thing 95% chance of you know this news. And if you get is easy with my symptoms. We need not have cereal this season that we know that that's what he's been a big impact in terms off hospitalization for patient with the worst. I seen you professionally in the world's there. It will be impacted has had, but only in human life, of course, but on the mental health on the economy. We think this could be a game changer. And so what we're doing now is the thing the final data or locked up. Submitting these regret origins is there on the world. And hopefully I will be getting the vaccine approving the emergency use before the end of the year. We're making us much Philip this week, and then we said we'd have before me in a very expensive meat, and those is Ready to ship as soon as we have rigged artery

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ThoughtTrace With CEO Nick Vandivere

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:22 min | 2 years ago

ThoughtTrace With CEO Nick Vandivere

"Nick command of you're welcome to its great speed today. Yeah thanks peter. And it's a pleasure well Nickie where the chief executive officer of thought trace and for those who are listening. Who may be less familiar with the company thought it provides one unified platform to discover and understand what matters in your contracts and documents talk a little bit about how you bring that to life in a bit more about the company itself. Please yes early. So i i would say we describe ourselves as a document understanding company that utilizes ai to help people understand meaning an intense very complex document business problems so if you like your minds really go to to law firms legal in a vigorous nature of contracts which is which is certainly a found little use case for what we do but i think the end of the day you have business users could be asset managers. They could be people working in private equity doing your diligence. They can be folks that are looking at things like title around route. Land valuations people that work in manufacturing with large assemblies. I think like that they're professionals out. There documents professionals spend a tremendous amount of time in a lot of values that they create is centered around their ability to understand a lot of information that is bound up in documents a little dents difficult to throw in their specific and that's really the solve those problems in do it in a very very chunky way for for our customers well having spent time with people in law firms and asset managers people in private equity at some of the other examples you gave. I must say some of those. I forgive me for painting with a broad brush strokes. Some of them are late adopters in terms of technology. And i'm curious how you've obviously successfully made the case to a lot of these people who have special training and expertise in the case of law firms. They have a special degree at you. And i don't have and And made the case that this is something that's going to be a boon to them in add to their experience and benefit their customers the same time how he made that case in that help them with evolution that is that is a great question the risk of sounding heretical. A tech nations podcast. I think with those those were those late adopting users as to make make the thing that you do in the problem that you solved more about the job to be done are less about technology. So we're a company like we're company. Data scientists a professionals and subject matter experts and developers that sort of thing so we don't be wrong Very much geek out on technology that as saying but at the end of the day we've got to connect those dots for not just for companies but for the actual end users. The people that are in the software on a daily basis. We've got to connect the dots for them. In a way that makes sense to them. And a you know i think the moniker of late adopter or laggard that oftentimes get supplied. These are these people that work in certain industries is because the work they do is so highly specific. That jenner tools. Don't work right like we have to be cognizant of that in terms of how we think about solution using virtual anything for them. So it's you know. I think the key thing for us but for any company or a cio running running one of those companies is to try to look back at the solution set technology stack and do it through the eyes of the user and then and then really craft experience around that. That's that's that's our focus Works

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