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Fresh update on "chief executive" discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Aaron I know. It's this is a tough one. Yeah. It really is according to CBC an estimated twenty, four thousand babies worldwide were born with the legitimate induced malformations with an additional one, hundred, twenty, three, thousand stillbirths and miscarriages. And those are conservative estimates? Yeah. The story of the legal battles for compensation for those babies. Now, adults affected by the Little Mermaid is an entire podcast in and of itself not just in episode, and while I won't go into a ton of detail, I will, of course, recommend further reading the long and short of it is that any sort of justice has either been long delayed or denied entirely. It has been an upward. Every step of the way with incredible obstacles, for example, in England there was a press gag for years. So the story of distillers and the Little Mermaid could not be written about Roy years and years and years it's really interesting. How can you even do that? So there's a whole documentary that I'll recommend that goes into it. In great detail, it's called attacking the devil. Yeah, it has to do with not biasing a court case essentially by public opinion or whatever because it was still in court cases still but like once that court case starts. Then you see it's a press gag until it's over. But that that gag that press gag prevented the public support that may have led to more accountability and actually adequate compensation rather than like the extremely, I mean shockingly paltry pensions that they received and since then there's been a lot more like the struggle and fight I mean there's like the story is ongoing. I race is another big aspect of it. At but also you know in in this of course, just like the name of our quarantine suggests there are a lot of incredible people that have stood up against these pharmaceutical companies and saying you know what? No like you will be held accountable. You're going to like help us at the very least we can't. We can't get the lives that we could have had back, but you're going to help us like live as comfortably as possible. You know that's I. think that's yeah. So There are still people continuing this fight today. In August Twenty Twelve Greunen tells Chief Executive Herald stock gave the first and only a public apology if it can be called that on behalf of the company at the unveiling of a statue of a victim of the Little Mermaid. Quote we ask that you regard are long silence as a sign of the silent shock that your fate has caused us. What are you? That's not even close to an apology. No No. Before I, wrap up with the story of the little nights. Come back. I want to address one line of defense that was used by both gruden tall and distillers to absolve them of any guilt why it's just made me angrier. I know I know. And this line of Defense will. So it's important because this line of Defense has been misused in the narrative of the. That is often told. So the story of the limit often places the drug at the center of drug testing reform particularly in ensuring a drug safety during pregnancy. Yes and to be fair, the enormous media attention given to the little my tragedy did bring increased scrutiny to drug testing and awareness and regulation and about how what might be safe for a pregnant person might not be safe for fetus. But the whole Oh, we didn't test the drug in pregnant animals because it just wasn't done at the time and you know at the time no one knew that a drug could affect the fetus and not the mother. Like that doesn't fly one little bit. So let's not let's not pretend like that's what's going on because. When the light was developed. There were plenty of drug companies that were testing their drugs on pregnant animals to ensure its safety in the fetus because people had long observed that some drugs may be talks IQ to a fetus but not the person carrying the fetus. Okay and here's another thing Erin because I feel like when I learned this story wasn't this story. It was what I remember was that it was like, Oh, we even tested in some animal models but in a lot of Mammalian animals that we often use for testing drug testing, it doesn't cause those effects in the. Fetus. So they're like we just didn't know and so it's like the importance of using the correct animal model. That's the context that I remember learning. The thalidomide story is like choosing the quote correct animal model for doing these studies in. But like this is so far so far beyond that. Oh, it's so far beyond that and also like I do think that is part of it like that was sort of something that brought to light the fact that you know it further illustrated differences between some mammal species in humans and how you can't necessarily make a connection between those. Yeah but. The limb I'd still does affect rats during pregnancy, and so it doesn't cause the same defects that we see. So there isn't a good mammalian model for the limb defects that we see in mammals. So I think there actually were some pregnant rats included in some of the studies, and there was not taken of the fact that there was an overall reduced litter size, which should be a red flag for should be yeah, and secondly the rats were found to have resorption scars on their uterus, which happens when a fetus develops and then dies or like doesn't make it to like birth rate. So there were red flags even if there. Weren't the exact.
Huang's Law, the New Moore's Law?
"It got all lost in the scramble of other news but remember invidia bought arm and that's a pretty big deal. So to pieces about that, I let me introduce you to. Some, people see as the new Moore's law and it might explain why Invidia is doing what it's doing quoting Chris Mims in the Wall Street Journal who I believe has actually coined the term quote as chipmakers have reached the limits of atomic scale circuitry and the physics of electrons Moore's law has slowed and some say it's over but a different law potentially, no less consequential computing's next half century has arisen. I call it wings law after INVIDIA Chief Executive and Co founder Jensen Wang it describes how the silicon chips that power artificial intelligence more than double in performance. Every two years while the increase can be attributed to both hardware and software it. Steady progress makes it a unique enabler of everything from autonomous cars, trucks, and ships to the face voice and recognition in our personal gadgets between November twenty twelve and may performance of nvidia chips increased three hundred and seventeen times for an important class of a calculation says Bill Daley chief scientists and Senior Vice President of research at Nvidia on average in other words, the performance of these chips more than doubled every year a rate of progress that makes Moore's law pale in comparison and quote. And then also from the Journal, a portrait of Jensen Wang and his founding and stewardship of Invidia as the company has. Just exploded in all sorts of ways. In videos market value has soared to three hundred and nineteen point, eight billion dollars surpassing Intel's valuation of two hundred and fourteen point five, billion dollars even though INVIDIA had ten point nine, two, billion in annual sales in its latest fiscal year compared with seventy one, point nine, seven, billion for Intel. Videos bet on some of the hottest fields, INTECH video gaming and artificial intelligence have fueled investor enthusiasm. While Intel has stumbled with some of its most advanced chips, it's all a long way from nineteen ninety-three when Mr Huang. Dreamed up in video on his thirtieth birthday at a Denny's in San Jose California with two like minded engineers they bet on a future where consumers demanded better computer graphics, which would require specialized high performance hardware that wasn't available at the time and
Fresh update on "chief executive" discussed on Sports Talk with Jason and Ed
"Freeze. ABC News I'm Mark Hamill are deep in debt, the nation's chief executives say. Trump's federal tax returns leaked to the New York Times ABC News senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega the Times says documents show. The president reported more than $47 million in losses in 2018 alone, and he faces a personal debt totaling $421 million. Money that could come do while he's in office if he's elected to a second term on the Koven 19 pandemic President Trump announcing in the past hour at the White House today, I'm pleased to report that we're announcing our plan to distribute 150 million Abbott rapid point of care tests. In the coming weeks. Strong winds fanning wildfires in Northern California Wine country Governor Gavin Newsom. The glass fire grew substantially overnight, roughly 800 acres to 11,000 acres, a substantial number Of structures have been damaged wineries and other structures. This is ABC News. Tens of thousands of airline workers face possible furloughs this week when federal bailout money runs out. Except for United Airlines pilots. ABC is Alex Stone. United and the union, representing its pilots say they have agreed to avoid furloughs and layoffs for pilots only and tell Elise June of next year. United had been planning to furlough over 2800 pilots this week. The agreement calls for all pilots. 98 to greatly reduce the number of hours a fly that translates into pay cuts. Also, any pilot who's over 50 years old with 10 years or more and united can leave the company now with benefits the FBI in federal cyber security officials say foreign agents could spread disinformation, claiming that voter registration databases or voting systems are hacked. When they're really not, And there's no evidence any hacking's have happened. The feds say trust election and police officials on this not Internet scuttlebutt. Wall Street rallied Monday. Tech and energy stocks pushed the Dow 400 points higher. Mark Remillard ABC News, You Run a business and You need Better Wireless..
Epic, Spotify Form Group to Push for App Store Changes
"It looks like an official rebel alliance is forming headed by epic and spotify. Alliance that is officially being called the. For APP fairness which claims quote apple taxes, consumers and crushes innovation and that this new coalition will advocate quote for freedom of choice and fair competition across the APP ecosystem and quote epic and spotify are the leaders as I said, but they're joined by match group. Base. camp. deesor prepare Proton Mail and tile among several others. So basically anyone who we've ever talked about having an official beef with apple is in there, but the coalition is not just. Going against apple of course, their guns are trained on the Google play store as well, and broadly just the group wants to push for new regulations around how APP stores in general are run quoting gadget. The coalition will allow those companies to pool resources and lobby as a group while giving clout to smaller developers who could never tackle giants like apple or Google alone it's open to companies of any size and any industry who are committed to protecting. Consumer choice fostering competition and creating a level playing field for all APP. An game developers locally according to the coalition. The group has proposed a code of conduct. It wants apple and other APP store owners to adopt it. Requests that developers should not pay quote unfair unreasonable or discriminatory fees that developers should have access to the platforms technical details and that they shouldn't be forced to use an exclusive. APP store quote including payment obligations and quote the gatekeeper. Platforms that these APP stores must not abuse the control they enjoy and must adhere to oversight to ensure their behaviors promote a competitive market and provide consumers with equitable choice. The self-funded group said in a statement, the basic freedoms of developers are under attack said Tim, Sweeney, chief, executive, and founder of epic. In a statement, we are an advocate for any company that's ready to reclaim its rights and challenge the anticompetitive behaviors that exist on APP store today and.
Hong Kong activist Wong arrested over unauthorized assembly
"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wang has been arrested and charged with participating in an unauthorized protest last October. NPR's Emily Fang reports. This is one of several waves of arrests that are linked to last year's anti government protests as China exerts more control over the region. Fellow political activists said Joshua Wong had been arrested after reporting himself to a Hong Kong police station in the company of his lawyer's He's being charged with attending a protest not authorized by the police. Ring, which protesters including long warrant masks to disguise their faces. A few days earlier, Hong Kong chief executive carry Liam had invoked emergency powers to ban these types of face coverings, which were common during widespread demonstrations last year. One was arrested last August, along with six fellow activists and pro democracy leaders, head of another unauthorized protest. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS
California nurses demand safer workplace after outbreak at Santa Rosa Hospital
"Workers at Memorial Hospital in Santa Rosa today held a demonstration outside the facility to protest the hospital's response to the covered 19 pandemic. His KCBS is Mike Dewald reports. Caregivers say they aren't being adequately protected around two dozen workers, along with two Sonoma County Supervisor's gathered to protest the conditions of the hospital workers say that management isn't being transparent about positive covert 19 cases among staff and they feel the hospital lacks the necessary PP. Mito Gonzalez is a lab tech and phlebotomist who's worked at Memorial for almost 25 years. He says that the hospital told workers who weren't symptomatic to come to work. Anyways, the hospital knew that there was people that were positive there were showing symptoms, but instead of paying the money to have everybody tested No get back to work. And now it's this morning another operate. Tyler, heading the chief executive of Memorial says that the hospital safety measures are thorough for patients and staff and consistent with CDC and county guidelines. We know number one thing is in prevention is making sure that if you're you're sick, you stay home heading, says that people was scarce at the outset of the pandemic, but that the hospital has built an adequate supply in total 26 caregivers and four patients have tested positive for covert 19. In Santa Rosa like the world, KCBS.
Nikola Founder Resigns as Executive Chairman Amid Fraud Allegations
"Nikola is one of those electric vehicles startups we discussed recently on a weekend bonus episode it's an electric vehicle startup not named. Tesla remember and Nikola is one of those startups that's also focusing more on trucks. Yeah well, the founder of Nikola Trevor Milton has abruptly resigned as executive chairman of Nikola amid what the Wall Street? Journal. Is Calling fraud allegations quote Nikola, which went public in June through a reverse merger has come under scrutiny. Since Short Seller Hindenburg research released a report earlier this month accusing the company and Mr Milton of making exaggerated claims about the readiness of Nicholas Technology, and how much of it is proprietary doubts about the company's readiness to produce vehicles and questions about its claim to own proprietary technology have prompted US securities regulators and the Justice Department to investigate whether Nikola misled investors. The Wall. Street Journal reported earlier this month citing people familiar with the matter Nikola has called the. report false Mr Milton said in a company statement that he had asked the board to step down. So the focus was on the business not him. He added in a separate statement posted on his twitter account. Early Monday that he intended to defend himself against quote, false allegations levelled against me by outside detractors and quote Mr Milton thirty nine years old founded Nikola twenty. Fifteen and owns nearly one quarter of the Phoenix based companies shares according to fact set he served as chief executive until the company went public at which point he became executive chairman and Mark Russell was appointed as CEO investors have seen Mr Russell as a calming influence over the bullion behavior. Mr. Milton who has frequently vented frustrations and shared ideas via twitter and quote. More. Details I learned about Nikola today while researching this segment GM recently said it would take an eleven percent stake in Nikola in exchange for helping to engineer and build an electric pickup truck called the Badger and Nicholas Stock was down twenty one percent in this morning's trading that nonetheless still gives it a thirteen billion dollar market cap. This just popped up on tech crunch quote news is breaking that Trevor Milton Nikola Co founder, and former executive chairman was arrested by the DOJ FBI at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix Arizona. This morning this is so far unconfirmed and quote.
Moderna to Seek Limited Emergency Use of COVID-19 Vaccine if Data Shows High Efficacy
"Plans to seek emergency use authorization for its possible covert 19 vaccine use in high risk groups if it proves to be at least 70% effective, the company's chief executive, Steven Banned cell told Reuters. Their vaccine candidate, Marina 12, 73, is nearing the finish line, and it's pushed to enroll 30,000 individuals in late stage trials. Normally, vaccines have to prove they're at least 50% of Active to be considered for approval. Madonna released their study protocol yesterday, making public details on how its vaccine will be evaluated. Visor
Raytheon doubles job cuts to 15,000, citing airline downturn
"Raytheon Technologies is planning to eliminate more than 15,000 jobs this year at his corporate offices, jet engine maker Pratt Whitney and aviation in military equipment manufacturer Collins Aerospace, the chief executive officer. Greg Hayes announced the revised job cut numbers today during a Morgan Stanley analyst conference. The cuts are nearly double what the company had disclosed in July amid a downturn in the airline industry. During the pandemic
Apple Faces Backlash on iOS 14 Ad Privacy from Facebook and Game Developers
"Apple's take more flack over its advertising move or Rather. It's moved to stop advertisers from tracking users across absent websites without their knowledge. You. Probably remember the move about which I'm talking in case you don't apple insider explains saying the changes in Iowa fourteen apply to fire for advertisers or ide- FAA tags. which allow advertisers to collect aggregate data about users without harvesting their personally identifiable information in IOS fourteen apple is requiring that absent advertisers obtained permission from users to track them across APPS and websites owned by other companies through a prominent pop up box. Give people the option to have that not happen. Advertisers figure people might opt to have that not happen. And so apple insider says the Partnership for responsible addressable media has written a letter to Apple. It's hoping to engage in a dialogue with apple before it pulls the trigger on the privacy feature. That was supposed to happen with the release of West Fourteen hearing the hue and Cry Apple pushed the privacy feature out too early next year. According to apple insider while the letter praises Apple's decision to delay enforcement of the new privacy features it requests an urgent meeting to ensure we use that additional time to launch a collaborative process to address widespread questions and concerns around these upcoming changes. In particular, the letter reads we hope to better understand the specific rationale for such changes, how the changes will be implemented and what steps might be taken by marketers, publishers, developers, and other parties to ensure that critical functionality is preserved. Taking a less conciliatory approach with the CEO of Instagram CNBC ran a piece over the weekend that had Adam Maseri chief executive of the facebook subsidiary saying it'll push back on the. FAA, changes on the way. massery would apparently have people believe that his concern is for the little guy. Wait probably the instagram user is the little guy. Instagram as of course, the big guy so I guess his concern is for the middleman. Appearing. On CNBC's squawk box massery said if the ecosystem changes in the way that advertisers can't really measure their return on investment that's really going to be yes. Somewhat problematic for our business, but it's going to be problematic for all the big ad platforms roughly equally. So I'm not that worried about it over the long run. It's going to be much much more problematic for all the small businesses. There are millions of them out there that rely on to target customers and reach those customers particularly during a pandemic when they're hurting. We believe that there's a way to be really responsible and give people control over their data and transparency into their data but without cutting off our understanding and therefore operating blind. Somehow this ties in. To massery to apple having too much power. Quoting the again, they haven't immense amount of power. They can just decide we can't launch new APPS. At any given moment, we've seen a series of articles and even some lawsuits on their influence and power over developers over the last couple months. He seems to be zipping past the part where apple in this case is giving power to the users. Eventually.
Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites
"It's not very often that shareholders of a big multinational company forced the resignation of a chief executive. But in the case of the global mining giant Rio Tinto, it seems they have shown Sebastian Jack is stepping down after an outcry over the destruction of sacred and archaeologically important aboriginal sites in western Australia. To ancient caves in pill Burwood blown up because they sat on top of millions of dollars of high grade on all well that sparked widespread condemnation from the shareholders and, indeed, the wider public. I've been speaking to Professor Marshall Langton. She's an aboriginal academic at the University of Melbourne. She's been telling me first of all why the sites was so significant. I thought the traditional property off a group of traditional Ainas in the Pilbara Everyone refers to the buy of the shorthand P k. K p So they are extremely important religious sites. They haven't had much of an opportunity to explain to the public why they are so important to them. Although they have been a few statements in the media. They've said that they had broken they regard. This is a tragedy for all of their people before the destruction, they wanted to take their young people to these sites. And they were also of deep on through biological. And while archaeological significance as well, when they yes. Oh, they found evidence that dates human occupation of these caves to 46,000 years ago. This is during the place to say this is, you know very early on in the history of human Occupation off this continent and, you know, travels across the globe. And then I found a human hair bills and they were able to extract and I the dyke I'm in at many, thousands of years, and the interesting thing about that discovery is that the present I traditional Ainas. Are the direct descendants of those people, They say areas where off world heritage status so our Rio Tinto able to destroy them in that, such for Arnold They applied some years ago to the western Australian government under the western Australian cultural heritage eject And the minister readily granted it to them because the state of Western Australia is entirely dependent on mining rules ease. And so as far as I know, no minister in the western Australian government has ever refused a mining company. P. K. K P people tried to object, but there's no right of appeal under the legislation once the ministers might a decision, how surprised are you then? That Rio Tinto's chief executive has resigned as he said they've bean many sites in the past that have been destroyed, with little consequence for for the mining companies. But not this time. Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. I'm the first one is that in the past the indigenous land use agreements were drafted in such a way that the traditional Ainas were able to be consulted regularly and have a sigh in their cultural heritage on mining leases and really tinto quite a few years ago. Had very good Ray Shane for implementing those agreements with the Aboriginal Tradition alliance. But what Jack has done in the years that he was CEO was got that staff workforce body of expertise. And culture off, you know, operating values, and he removed all of the experts eh removed the cultural values from the company. He removed the commitment to working closely with traditional Ainas to retain the the company's Social Lawson's too upright, And that is one of the primary reasons for the other negligence that has led to The destruction of the sites has there also being a sort of cultural change in Australia as regards to the protection of these sorts of places? Yes, so many sites have been protected both by mining companies and governments. And also, for instance, you will know that the old route was closed to climates last year, and there has been a community change. Under the reconciliation action plans devised by corporations, universities associations and approved by reconciliation, Australia. People might commitments to treat aboriginal people with respect and to trait average on people's cultures with respect. The destruction of the caves was like the blowing up the Buddha statue Aryan it's on that scale of cultural heritage destruction. And it's you know, quite shocking to may that that Jack and Nevan and soul spray who will resigned had no comprehension off the gravity of what they had
The World Lost Two-Thirds Of Its Wildlife In 50 Years
"The World Wide Fund for Nature formally, the World Wildlife Fund warns. In the last 50 years, human activity has led to over a two thirds decrease in wildlife populations, with no sign of slowing its A frightening reports. The organization says the wildlife population around the world is in a catastrophic decline of free fall is how the organization's chief executive describes it, and many species are in danger of becoming extinct. In the last 50 years, populations have fallen by two thirds. This is due to a loss of habitat lands used by wildlife. Growing smaller and smaller. Poaching is also a problem and the loss of wildlife could have other ramifications, disrupting critical
Jane Fraser to become Citi CEO; 1st woman to lead major bank
"For the first time, a woman will become chief executive of a major American bank city announced the impending retirement of chief executive Michael Corbett and said he would be replaced by Jane Frazer in February. She will become the first woman CEO of a big bank. Fraser has been working at city for 16 years currently is head of global consumer banking Razor is breaking what had been Wall Street's durable glass
Hong Kong police arrest 90 at protests over election delay
"About 90 people who are protesting the government's decision to postpone legislative elections. Those elections were to have taken place today, but the city's chief executive postpone them for one year back in July. She blamed an upsurge in Corona virus cases. But critics say her government worried the opposition would gain seats of voting went ahead on schedule. Anti government protests have been held in Hong Kong almost every weekend since June of last year.
American Airlines Flight Attendants Picket For Extension Of Payroll Support Program In Dallas Area
"To resolve them. Is problem. Flight attendants at American Airlines picketing outside North Texas Congress member's office is this week. They say they're worried they're gonna lose their jobs. At the end of the month, American Airlines chief executive sent a letter to employees saying he would have to furlough 19,000 workers starting in October without an extension of the payroll support program. We have support for that program on both sides of the aisle in Washington, which is great, but the Association of Professional Flight Attendants Paul Hartshorn says help for airlines is being held up by Bait over other parts of a potential stimulus bill. He says a six month extension would help prevent layoffs. Hopefully, by then, demand will have returned because we will be closer to a vaccine. Chief executive Doug Parker says. American has to prepare for the possibility Congress will not find a way to support aviation professionals urging employees
Mitsubishi Motors executive behind Nissan alliance dies
"Former chief executive at Mitsubishi Motors, Osamu Masuko has died. He we engineered the auto makers alliance with Nissan, the company said He died of heart failure on Thursday after being named president of Mitsubishi in 2005. Masuka worked hard to rebuild the brand's image, which had been hampered by massive, systematic and decades long cover ups of defects that surfaced. In the early two thousand's Osamu Masuko was 71 years old.
TikTok CEO resigns amid U.S. pressure to sell popular app
"Has resigned. Kevin Mayor led the company for just three months. During that time, the Trump Administration had put a lot of pressure on the video sharing APP to cut ties with its owner in China. NPR's Bobby Allen reports. President Trump has issued two executive orders aimed at banning TIC TAC or forcing the APP to be purchased by an American company and talks are ongoing companies, including Microsoft and softwaremaker Oracle are discussing a possible acquisition. But now TIC Tac's chief executive, Kevin Mayor says he is quitting. In a letter to employees reviewed by NPR mayor said quote the political environment has sharply changed, He says he's thought about what the next phase of Tic Tac is going to look like, and it's not going to include him. He didn't say why. Beyond, citing upcoming structural changes to the company. Back in May, Tic Tac's US general manager, Vanessa Pappas, told NPR what she thought mayor would bring to Tic Tac after his time as a top streaming executive at Disney. Personally, I'm very excited to see Kevin Mayor joined. I think he brings the right level of global expertise to really guide our expansion. Now Pepe's herself will take the reins from mayor and it's during a moment the company itself describes as an existential crisis. The Trump Administration and TIC Tac are now locked in a legal battle over whether the White House can outright ban the app in the US over unproven fears that Chinese authorities can access Americans data. And Trump signed another order directing tick talk to sell off its U. S assets to an American company, citing unspecified national security concerns. In May. Pappas said the fears about it's Chinese parent company by dance, cooperating with the Chinese Communist Party are unfounded. From our U. S operations we manage and I personally oversee all of our content, moderation and operations and from a data perspective, we don't store any of our user data in China. We started in At the U. S and Singapore. In his letter, Mayor says tic tac employees and users should not be significantly affected by any structural reorganisation, and he suggested ownership issues will be resolved soon. Meanwhile, the millions of American teens making dance challenge and communiqu skit videos do not seem to be paying much attention. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco The president is
TikTok CEO resigns amid US pressure to sell video app
"The chief executive of the Chinese own video APP. Tic TAC, has resigned. Three months after taking up the job, Kevin Maher told employees that the political environment had changed sharply in recent weeks. Irishmen Advice, Barney reports. Mr Mayer was brought in to take talk to help give the Chinese owned app on American image. The thinking was that he would be able to negotiate with a tough on China Trump administration better than perhaps a Chinese CEO, and that would help smooth Tic Tac's path in one of its biggest markets. The US Instead, The intense pressure from the Trump Administration on TIC Tac only grew President Trump claims Tic Tac is a national security threat because of who it's owned by the Chinese Internet from fight dance.
"chief executive" Discussed on FT Politics
"Let's begin with the exams u-turn this week now last weekend. Gavin Williamson said that will be no change going to stick with the course with this algorithm run by off Kuala Bats, the Quango that oversees exams results, and then about forty eight hours later, there was a u-turn we'll force them into that change will clearly they thought they could stand ground and actually it felt lost week just chatting to MP's wasn't huge amounts of anger out that towards Gavin Williamson. But will happen is the media when Fillon and did that job and there will these horrific stories emerging of pupils who? Is set to go and study medicine at top universities who'd never go less than I saw saying they've been given the three BS or three CS based on this algorithm which used teach rankings in assessment and was largely considered to be on fat by lots of people because even if you were exceptional if your school historically hadn't produced ray great grades use soil marks move down and the government went into crisis mode it Sushi. Still extraordinary to me that it took that long because we saw what had happened in Scotland something quite similar and having felt that maybe it wasn't as bad it. Really, much that it was, i? Think the public pressure was huge the pressure from agitation experts, universities that grew, but then the thing that really pushed it, I think over the weekend when I was working, that was a real sea change in the mood and suddenly tour MP's willing themselves to stick their heads above the parapet they were going public they were threatening to go on the warpath and at that point, it just became unsustainable for them to continue to hold the line now, pull the question. Hugh. Is How much of this was public pressure and how much of this was the? Prime ministicks. It's mind the Stein there was a coal on Monday with Gavin Williamson and Boris Johnson and the PM sort of essentially said, look this has to happen and we had the ten a couple of hours later and we know from storms over Dominic Cummings his traveled to Bonnet. Castle l-o-p-a-t-e Jen rich rows about housing developments that this government doesn't like to give into media pressure and public pressure. So did they give him this time or was it just the Prime Minister's internal decision? Do you think I think following on foreign will laura cinematic a crucial event in will this was the? PHONE UTAH. By which they issued guidelines on Sunday I think file the appeal system would work and withdrew them the same day at once that happens divided Tori opinion which I found to about. Whilst you began to coalesce a museum to grow of, we can understand the policy problems. We understand the difficulties getting this right. The one thing that we cannot stomach is incompetence and at that point I think he became very apparent nothing was really working out in a clear way for government on the issue. was quote me about that time the Boris Johnson began to get ready to make the concession if you have. You've papers were keeping a list is always a fatal development when it happens of truly rebels and by the time, the concession came twenty, eight, hundred. So room record. So if you haven't made the concession, not number.
"chief executive" Discussed on FT Politics
"Talks stuck install installment or perhaps even going a little backwards and without bustles bureau chief Sam Fleming on Public Policy Editor Pete Foster. Lower Welcome back and Paul. Welcome to the podcast hello. Hi Now. Before that is one question the back of everyone's mind, which is, how do we stop parliament crumbling owed burning down? It's got this. Pound furbish meant that's been going on for years as far as I can remember now there was a bit of talk around the when the Reynaud happens the House of Lords could move to your that's being quashed this week I thought it was quite nice idea lower. You upset to think that you wouldn't be spending a lot of time on the east coast main line going up to the House of Lords in Yolk. Yet, will I went to invest in? You say I quite liked the idea of heading back that, but it did always a who bet pie in the Sky I can never quite see that happening. So a little bit disappointed that we're not moving but I wouldn't have minded sue. Now. Cole I think obviously you spent time in parliament over the years. Do you think that some of it should be moved outside of Westminster? This is something people in Downing Street a very keen on part of the leveling up agenda. I have to say as another form, your graduate I could think of nothing nice of the relocating from them to go to do my job with being relocated to this big empty patch on one side of your station but it's not going to happen and there's a bit of history to what happens next we will asked on conservative and by friends of Dominic Cummings to do a little poll of readers to ask where they would send polymer to. In the interim, if it's moved, I'm one of the specifications was somewhere near good university. So if it's not to be your I would send NBC's appears to Coventry Near Warwick University. It's London if you're going to move pollen for off into the Midland's Coventry would seem to me to do as well as anywhere else imagine Dominic Cummings wanting to send them pays to Coventry something you could imagine he very happy with I feel is the only non your graduate here? I must put in a little coal for mild, university town of double but anyway, nothing is moving in Westminster Fennell not least Gavin Williamson says dive into our main.
Goodyear OKs attire supporting police, but no political wear
"Told you a couple of days ago when the president took off after Goodyear. Because Goodyear evidently had a policy that prohibited Employees at Goodyear from wearing T shirts or hats. That support law enforcement. While telling employees they could wear black lives matter. Merchandise or Peril in the workplace. And I told you the reason the president Is doing this. Is he wants to get good year to change the policy. And, of course that included political slogans like Maga, Man and You Know, Trump Pence 2020 or whatever. Goodyear was trying to thread the needle and they were they were. They were really struggling because this got out. This was leaked this training slide that had good year, the Goodyear tire company out of Akron, Ohio. Banning Again, merchandise or peril that supported the police with like blue lives matter as an example. Well, Just as I told you. It looks like Goodyear has backtracked. They got the president got their attention. Bite going after them on Twitter. I'm suggesting people shouldn't by Goodyear, The Goodyear tire chief executive Rich Clint Rich, Kramer said yesterday the company has clarified clarified its policy to make clear That employees can, where apparel expressing support for law enforcement. Um Kind of good news. Kramer, the head of Goodyear said Goodyear strongly supports law enforcement, pointing out they've supplied tires to police and fire vehicles for over 100 years. That relationship is foundational to our company. Goodyear has always supported both law enforcement and equal justice.
Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri
"Massive news from the Democratic National Convention today. US. Representative. Tulsi Gabbard has been named the party's presidential nominee. After DNC vice chairman, Peter may burst into a press conference brandishing dusty copy of the democratic. Party's original eighteen twenty eight charter to announce shocking discovery an obscure rule granting the nomination to whomever wins zero point seven percent of the primary vote in the state of Missouri Opr. CHEAP, political correspondent. Dirk mullins was on the scene and joins us now dirk this was quite a one eighty, right leslie truly one of the most unexpected political turnarounds in US history Tolsey Gabbard, the representative from Hawaii who dropped out of the presidential race and nearly six months ago has now gained the nomination mere moments before Joe Biden was due to become the party's official nominee take a listen. Please folks folks. Let me finish. And I quote from the document itself. Sorry. It's a little dusty. It is here to unanimously decreed. That the candidate, whomsoever procures betwixt the margin of six tenths and eight tenths of the vote in The Majesty state of Missouri Beneath the Pale blood moon. In fallow season shall be made our party's nominee for chief executive. It is a dramatic shakeup that caught even the DNC off guard after they discovered the parchment based rule book locked away in a hidden chamber sealed deep below their archives well. It would've been nice to know this back in March. Obviously. We're GONNA need to destroy a lot of Biden twenty twenty merchandise and we had a lot of folks voting during a pandemic for primary that was essentially meaningless. But ultimately, my hands are tied she one zero point seven percent of the Missouri. Vote. What else are we supposed to do while truly unprecedented but what does this mean? For? Democrats in two, thousand, twenty well, it's not good representative or I should say nominee Gabbard has virtually no name recognition and she's pulling in the low single decimal points no one has been able. To get in touch with her either due to her lack of any staff or campaign infrastructure. Frankly, we're not even sure what platform consists of something like ending foreign military bases. I don't really remember now Tulsi Gabbard cheese the senator from Massachusetts. Correct. Now I believe you're thinking of Elizabeth Warren Mistake, it's the one with the crystal the self-help one Marianne Williamson Oh interesting. well, I've got to admit I have no idea who you're talking about then but with that said, she did win the exact sliver of the vote in Missouri that counts in terms of receiving the presidential nomination. That's all that matters right now, what does the Biden campaign saying? This must be a disappointment for them. It certainly is they're searching for a workaround by arguing this decision is superseded by an even. Older precolonial taxed that magnificant democracy him from sixteen, Eighty two. That's the old pamphlet about how to keep Goblins from emerging out of hell and overrunning a functioning democracy. Right? That's right now, those passages suggest only papist like Joe Biden for example, has the power to resist the quote devils. Karnal source laments so far though the Democratic Party has stuck to its guns on this point seven percent of Missouri principle though. Tolsey two, thousand, twenty or bust incredible. It looks that way. We haven't seen this big of a shakeup since John Quincy Adams to the White House due to a loophole in the Electoral College granting the presidency to any candidate born with six toes on his left foot. Really stunning news. Thanks for the report dirk that's Dirk
"chief executive" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Could like a platform I. Don't know if others will get there. What do know is we have the largest e-commerce luxury platform? North America we have the strongest relationship with the customers where we have this group of loyal customers, and we've become a digital for many many years, and we not advancing a leapfrogging there I don't think that. Consolidation! is required for us to be successful. I do believe that some economies of scale there, but frankly agility is very important and I look at the assets we have. The relationship with Brenda customers MD, digital eco-system and I want to accelerate that especially given that post pandemic will be one who will have by far the lease that ended most financial agility. And I'm not sure that. The consolidation in the economies of scale would compensate for Jibbidy now. Once. We have made our own progress in once. We see where others are maybe in a midterm that may make sense, but I think right now. We have so much to go do by ourselves. We see so many green shoots that I think consolidation would probably slow as that process can one last question, because I've already gone over my limit, but I'm just keen to get this one last question in which is My Theresa Profitable ECOMMERCE player Neiman Marcus acquired it years ago. There was talk about it being a potential international channel Neiman Marcus but but as part of this process you know you might. Theresa is like GonNa and put into a separate category separate from these proceedings. What does that mean for the future of my reassigned Neiman Marcus is is that, is it? Is it an eventuality that might trees gets sold to the highest bidder and these two businesses separate ways. So, my theory is is separate from the entities that file through bankruptcy bankruptcy, because they had same ownership, but not same debt, and so might theories are currently resides the holding company that didn't fight for for bankruptcy and operates business as will will continue on the same pass of business in eventually could be sold could be IPO. Whatever strategic option will will be relevant N. That's of course of action, and then there's some Elements of that relationship that being discussed through the bankruptcy but the. Series business is not out of this process. So the future for my treats still on with with regards to the relief. Marcus or are you definitely going to pursue some other strategic options that you mentioned? The the. What's interesting to look at this? Niemann Mark is group has a INC level, not the entity that fide had multiple entities, and some of them were at the entity that five at Burger van Lasco Neiman Marcus, but every business has been run separately independently the business in North America have some shirts services in terms of warehouses and it support might theories a has always. Operated on its own with its own branding its own gene, and so really nothing changes there they will be owned by the same owner that owner will longer on this company and and I think the the relationship between Niemann Berkoff was assistant company, and that that will not be the case but it. It really doesn't impact the bright future for for my Sary's. Was Flawed. Thank you for that. I personally took a lot away from that. Because I think as I said at the beginning the whole chapter eleven, thing is kind of understood at a very superficial level I think, but the amount of work you need to do to work with the creditors and brands, and the keep the pisses going. it's a lot especially in the midst of a global pandemic and you know I think the the idea of this third channel you know based on the conversation I had with you, but also other retailers. It seems like there is a completely different way for retail had to happen in the future. The, there is an you know. I don't wish on anyone to have abandoned None of us land for this it. It has been unprecedented any few layer on top of that social unrest in the US and Chapter Eleven. It's been probably the most busy times for leadership team the most draining time, but it's also a moment where when you are in a crisis when things are changing, it gives you impetus to make a difference it forces you to make a difference and yet video or team to embrace change and or customer swing brace change. Has Allowed us to leapfrog and so I actually think that we didn't waste this, but we need to realize that the business is different, and it presents with wonderful opportunities the because the customer wants something as the question for all of us is going to be who can be Ajayi. Enough nuts to capture those opportunities and Kuchen can flawlessly executed, and we seeing across the bronze runs, that are moving into very innovative ways to present their product to reach out to customers to develop there, their collections and I think that's going to be the Bryans that are going to succeed better than others, and those that are not necessarily taking this need to change how they function. I think. That will be Amiss and reflected in in in in in in their success in the future so for me. It's painful, but it's a want I'm a pro-treaty to leapfrog, and the the disruption we've had has only given one shows, but to leapfrog. And to make sure that not only would we go through the chapter eleven emerged. But most importantly that when we emerge, we'd both for success and that we have the team with us. That is all much evaded in to to drive those changes, and we continue to invest in the version of the version. Two open 'em connect invest capsule during the pandemic because we do know that that is the way to that are. Well, thank you for your time today. Joe Thank you to everyone for joining us for the latest episode Theo F life We hope you'll.
"chief executive" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Of T. sat in CBA's chief executive officer calling what all says there watching both the Congress and the administration on the latest corona virus food assistance both the current package that we know about the sixteen billion dollars five billion to go to the cattle industry and also the proposals coming from Congress for another round of assistance will there be money for the beef industry I do believe there's going to be money for the programs that have unfortunately yet to be rolled out but Congress is already preparing for more because they know that what was in the original cares package is not going to take care of all of the requirements for agriculture right now you know we have to do is look at the bill that was released by speaker pelo sleep at the house Democrats earlier this week and they make for provisions in there that basically double what was in the the cares act or what was in the USDA proposal and so I think that already shows that Congress is the mindset that there will need to be more money for agriculture relief for that five point one billion that's been county earmarked for the of where the beef cattle industry what what are you here and it's just one of the one big ask of of your organization a lot of other groups as well on the livestock side especially crops to wish to raise those payment limits so we did feel that the payment limits we're going to have an impact on US fifty larger operations those that had losses in India needs that we're not going to be addressed by having those payments to place so we have pushed along with a lot of the other agricultural groups to to raise that it is an administrative action so those payment caps were not put in as part of the cures act that was in action was taken by USDA and they could change that Colin what all is that's reform usual talk radio's new generation I'm Ron Hayes four K. OKC Cason associates properties remind you to be weather aware and rest assured that if weather racks up keep listening.
"chief executive" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Jason Base and it's my pleasure to be joined by bill winters group chief executive we want And I really appreciate you making some times come until two and then that's the pleasure I it's nice to be able which bank is it thirty five retail regions something like that across few years well we look at it all the time so it's exactly how we look at it evolves over wins between all those things and there's also connections where we have retail between the wholesale business so there's there's sort of a horizontal and a vertical network effector that we're trying to capture all the time Ankara we have one market where we have one hundred percent market share I'll bet you can't guess what it is her and we have some markets wonderful markets like Hong Kong where market shares is more like ten percent I guess so yeah different countries different markets different positions than what we try that if we can't figure out what the need or we don't think we can deliver it in a differentiated way then it and they're currently some some similarities across markets and writers and I think that's probably right as as technology becomes more portable across borders but nevertheless so how do you pick which regions to really go for in that space because I guess in some ways you could say well uh-huh call it even liberating realization for us over the past few years is that when you've been in the market for one hundred and sixty years it's natural to think of yourself as an income it from a branding with with new paradigm being developed in terms of accessing customers and customer relationships to get two markets where we just don't have penetrations so yeah we're looking at a we we built a standalone virtual bank in Cote d'Ivoire Ivory Coast so that it's a complete full service on a mobile phone and and that was a new market providing to local customers it's a small market for sure and in countries where we do have a retail presence right and in those cases it's just a it's an additional channel I guess that points to something around to different operating model or different or should they be doing smaller plays and then moving on like how do you think about that okay so we we spent some money to iron out the wrinkles to make sure that we could have a latest gadgets and wings what we're building in Hong Kong can deliver that but that's that's the intention we have an in-between roll out in India last year hiring on a new human touch digital complementary channel to to offer services that are consistent with with best in class or within striking virtual back in Hong Kong is is is denault operation with US physically separate up and also the challenges of the start up I think we're also realizing that being on our our Hong Kong Bank and in the context of startup because it's uh on the other hand I ask you what what's what's going to slow down some of the other participants in this market China doesn't necessarily work in Hong Kong so so the fact that we can take a so of course there's give and take things where we're in much better shape by iron out all the wrinkles at the outset so that as we roll this model out and subsequent it is often that the underlying sort of balance sheet the financial products is I'm channel view yet but I guess with a large bank that house plays out it's a huge challenge and I think I think any any bank and we're getting better at dealing with the challenge I'm not gonNA pretend that we've transformed the Culture Center chartered in the past works for for new ideas with with sort of limited ability to do harm in happens outside of the main ship and gets back in we'll see for for the time being organization to innovate themselves and then we've been very careful to have fully funding for interpreters some of which are really exciting and at the same time giving tation it'd be different for Senator Charter than it will be for somebody for example that has a big proportion gone for banking licences there in the region of partnerships and aggregations of services flavor What do you think what do you think behind that in terms of their dealing with him and and there's there's different ways to skin that cat they very fast with an effective partnership but we found is is that senator chartered so I think we are really nice people I think what Senator Charter brings to the equation is a recognition partnerships so we're investing heavily in these partnerships where we can you know leading a a a really interesting bank in the you are in so many of these in you know across the world how do you prioritize organization at scale really boil down into into two things and and a third was more of an aspiration in China Hong Kong as well as a the second largest clearer dollars in the WanNa do it in a way that that we provide less of what clients don't value from us we just undifferentiated onto proposition that we don't manufacture anything so we're we're a distributor and logical singularity which is trust and right now we have that today and we're doing service with with that in fact with our entire retail business but in particular with asset in heavily on digitizing everything that we do now that's not differentiated but we have partnered with a now we will partner with we can offer something different in terms of building propositions exactly it's on the wall behind us because actually digitizing the digital traditionally bankers view the world in their product framework it's a credit card it's alone how does that work yeah I mean that's quite a mind shift collision shift in in how things work Ohio high single digits to a less respectable lower single digits over twelve year are produced by third parties We put a super strong colleague who had been running our Global Chris because you can you can change in days if you can get the mindset in the incentivisation not too long a period of time wow and we're repeating guided market aftermarket aftermarket some of the tools that we're developing will make a difference there as well and the you know working with dentists giving them the guys down in Hong Kong was amazing actually out of I'm not going to share that with him because I wanted to really focus on a the region show so she's not ruling that out in Malaysia Indonesia and India etc We're not done yet I mean I don't want to pretend that we're done but we know that we can do it so I'm fascinated by on complaints I that was proper proper handling complaints we and so we we tried to build as much of the service platform as we could into our versions two and three individually in Hong Kong the the idea is to allow much more self service and much more intuitive Donna on a series.
"chief executive" Discussed on My Career Fit
"Impact makers headquartered in Richmond Virginia and as a for profit management and technology consulting firm that is committed to contributing one hundred percent of its net profits to the community over the life of the company their community contributions rival companies one hundred times their size due to this revolutionary model as founding beat corporation impact makers has been named best for the world for the past six years as well as listed among the INC. Five thousand fastest growing companies list for the past seven years on today's podcast. I have the pleasure of speaking to chief executive officer Louis Broom. Hi Louis Broom Ceo of impact makers. I'd like to thank my personal. History has really positioned me well for this role. I've worked in industry with twelve years working on Wall Street running leading global. It teams on some pretty interesting projects. So I've been very technical roles I've worked in consulting for a while. This is my second. Ceo POSITION FOR CONSULTING Company. I have experience as an entrepreneur. Both in consulting and food service believe it or not is Baker Chef In College I started a community activists organization trying to make the world or better place. So I really couldn't be happier in this role and I'm very grateful and humbled to have this opportunity so I've been it impact makers for three years and for the last six months. I've really been leaning the organization through a brand refresh and by brand. I mean more than just updating our logo and website. It's really been a about Canada's more focused on how we create value for our clients and being clear on who our clients and why right so beyond this latest strategic imperative on a daily basis Think of my role really enabling and mobilizing the collective wisdom of the organization And the efforts And and how do we really live our brand and tactically? This means in our participate in either of our go to market solutions Help think through how to structure deals and our business development pursuits of course engage with clients to make sure we're exceeding their expectations and ultimately making sure we're focused on supporting our community partners through pro bono work in financial contributions as I mentioned at the top of the episode. Impact makers is a founding B. Corporation a certified B Corporation is a business that meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance public transparency and legal accountability to bounce Prophet and purpose and they're accelerating global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. I asked Louis unpacked for us. More about what? Impact makers does and more about their social mission as a B corporation. So let me tell you about our position ourselves in the marketplace. In how I believe that differentiates us to win in really starts with our mission which is to make lasting impacts in. How do we do? That is by our model for delivering value to our clients We have Very technically strong teams delivering holistic solutions across our core services of cloud data cybersecurity and enterprise agility while at the same time we provide strong consulting services that ensures that the technical solutions were building our line to our clients. Business needs expectations and that the solutions are adopted. Bar Client organizations so that they can actually realize the value of the solutions. We appreciate that. The problems that we're all brought into solve will cost change in our clients organizations and that and that changes heart so to make sure we're able to create this tangible value with our technical solutions. We understand we have to be good it consulting while. All this may not sound revolutionary. Unless you're one of the big four. This is not really easy to do but we do it. It's unusual for firm our size of a little less than one hundred people to make this happen at a price value. That beats the big four all day long but finally a real differentiator is our unique model of being a for profit company. That works as a social enterprise for good in the community. Our clients like this about us but our staff loves this about US and it's what drives so much of our culture and that really brings in top talent. It attracts talent like no other. People want to come work here for our commitment to our community which tends to mean. They are people who are just committed individuals so when they're working with our clients they're working from sort of committed. Dna having a lasting impact. And how that translates for our community partners is their funding is focused on their mission. You know they're operating budget to build out a cloud solution or to build dashboards or to build an analytics platform right. They don't have that kind of funding so when we're able to throw a pro bono work come in and actually allow these organizations to scale work more efficiently. Give them insights or give them capabilities that they really couldn't afford to buy. That is really making an impact them just through our team being able to do what they do. Day In day. Out For our clients. These are four values maximize integrity foster collaboration cared deeply and make a lasting impact. Which is also our tagline and while they're all equally important and powerful we really believe cared deeply and make a lasting impact or quite unique and differentiated and it really is what makes our culture stand out against other companies. I don't know many other companies that would claim that one of their values is care deeply and what that means Saas tactically. Is We care deeply about that? Client success you know we care deeply about other human beings so we kinda just go out our work sort of through that lens so many ways you know having that deep set of values Really I think builds on our culture and really makes us a differentiated place to work with their headquarters in Richmond. Virginia clients across the East Coast in an emerging office in Washington DC. I asked Lewis to describe what truly sets. Impact makers apart from other consulting firms and what kind of associates or consultants truly thrive at impact makers. Yeah in in many ways. I think what really makes us? Different is our ability to be technically proficient while also being good consultants a LOT OF TIMES COMPANIES CONSULTING COMPANIES. Our size tend to be one or the other. We believe that our differentiation is the fact that we're we're bringing in people who understand the art of consulting and they understand how to communicate with clients how to manage their expectations but while also having really strong deep technical expertise on our teams so that we can kind of you know. Solve both pieces of that puzzle. We'll given what we've discussed really safe. Are you know we're looking for people that are interested in doing team? Based collaborative consulting were making a lasting impact is really important to them. So this means a couple things Looking for people that want to combine their technical capabilities with an ability to what I call being a true consultant and it means people. He realized the value being a trusted advisers as important as being technically proficient. But there's one other thing that is important for candidates to understand what considering impact makers as a place for the next career and that is do they want to be part of helping to grow company specially companies. That's trying to do something very unique in the marketplace. The work for consultant here is yes delivering for clients working with our community partners to make them better. But it's also. How do you help build impact makers so how do you help us build the internal processes so we can scale And so it's important for candidates to realize that it's about helping to grow the company as much as being a consultant and we realized that this may not be you the place for everybody and that's okay. Lewis also gave us a window into impact makers strategic direction and where they see the company heading and how that also translates into hiring in terms of what kinds of roles. They're looking for in the marketplace so strategically our long-term growth plan is to create. Take the model that we have That were building today and replicate that in other geographical locations Were focused on building out our presence and the DC metro area. We have identified and created relationships with local nonprofits And so we're starting. Do Pro Bono work for them in the DC area so if we were to move into another city like Nashville or somewhere else you know. We want to take our whole package and move that to that geographic location and that includes having pro. Bono partners creating relationships with the community and being connected in with our neighbors. And how do we make that a better place to live right now? Where we're focused strategically is building out those internal processes so we can scale. You know we're looking at how we take our holistic solutions and line them to specific verticals that we work in specifically being healthcare providers healthcare payers the financial services market as well as a look one state governments. We're looking for strong consulting backgrounds for example folks with two plus years working for large consulting company. So they get what it means to be a professional consultant but it also means we're looking for folks who have had a more technically focused role in their pass in but feel they have a strong aptitude for consulting. This could be a clown engineer for example that sees the value in our consultative approach. And they won't be able to make the client better not just deliver technical solution and again this may not be a fit for everyone and that's Ok for my final question. I asked Lewis as I do. All my guest. How will you know if you've heard the right person for the job in the first year? How do you measure success for these roles? A great thing about consulting and how we operate is easy for everyone to see the value. They are creating For instance do clients like working with you. Do they want you to stick around? Because they see the value bring we call this client stickiness. There are also some hard measures for success like utilization which is a measure of how billable someone is as a consultant but there are other ways to measure success in delivering high quality work helping and business development pursuits not having to sell but helping to strategize and develop the materials in these pursuits mentoring. More junior resources And learning development. So that you become more valuable to our clients and we you know in your bill rate can increase so these are some other ways in which you know you can measure success beyond just utilization. You know we're looking for people that are interested in doing team based collaborative consulting were making a lasting impact. It's really important that you've been listening to the. My career fit podcast. Do you think your rate fit for this organization head over to their website today to learn more and apply online. You can find everything you need to know in the show notes on this episode. Thanks for listening. And remember to rate. Subscribe and comment on the podcast. You just heard..
"chief executive" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Hong Kong's chief executive says there is little merit to delaying Beijing backed legislation that will ease extraditions to China. That's despite the Bill prompting one of Hong Kong's largest protests since the former British colonies return to China more than two decades ago. Joining us with more is our China government editor Karen lay Karen, we did just have lamb actually speaking. What did she say? She came out to reporters, and she basically said that we're going to continue ahead with pushing the Bill through, she didn't differ, hugely from her line in the past, which is that Hong Kong needs to not be a refuge for fugitives and continue to explain the need for the Bill and there had been some speculation that after yesterday's turnout, perhaps, she would try to amend the Bill, perhaps, she would even take it off the table. But she didn't do those things. Facey. Karen, it's Mattis, what is the rub of this one is at the center of these protests. Is it a by the long arm of mainland China into Hong Kong? It really is. People are concerned that this law more than anything Beijing has done in recent months, could erode Hong Kong's autonomy in a way that would fundamentally change its relationship with China, and if anyone had any doubt about how much that worries average people, how much that worries the business community that was a late yesterday when you saw how many people came out onto the streets in what they said very quickly. Karen, what's the next step when it comes to this law? Because it actually still needs to go to a vote, right? It still needs to go to vote in the next couple of weeks. Probably going to see more outcry you're going to see a reading on Wednesday. But this needs to go through in, July, if they're going to get it through and carrying land has been pushing to get it through by the end of that legislative session. All right. We'll be following the ins and outs of all of that, of course, our Bloomberg China government editor Karen Lee. Thank you so much for that. Well up next Middle.
"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hong Kong's chief executive says there is little merit to delaying Beijing backed legislation that will ease extraditions to China. That's despite the Bill prompting one of Hong Kong's largest protests. Since the former British colony is returned to China more than two decades ago. Joining us with more is our China government editor Karen lay Karen, we did just have carry lamb actually speaking, what did she say? She came out to dress reporters, and she basically said that we're going to continue ahead with pushing the Bill through, she didn't differ, hugely from her line in the past, which is that Hong Kong needs to not be a refuge for fugitives and continue to explain the need for the Bill and there had been some speculation that after yesterday's turnout, perhaps, she would try to amend the Bill, perhaps, she would even take it off the table, but she didn't do those things Tracy. Carrying it's Mattis, what is at the rub of this little one is at the center of these protests. Is it a by the long arm of mainland China into Hong Kong? It really is. People are concerned that this law more than anything Beijing has done in recent months could road, Hong Kong, autonomy, and away that would fundamentally change its relationship with China. And if anyone had any doubt about how much that worries average people, how much that worries the business community that was a lead yesterday when you saw how many people came out onto the streets and what they said very quickly. Karen, what's the next step when it comes to this law? Because it actually still needs to go to vote. Right. It still needs to go to a vote in the next couple of weeks. You're probably going to see more outcry. You're going to see a reading on Wednesday. But this needs to go through in, July, if they're going to get it through and carrying lamb has been pushing to get it through by the end of that legislative session. All right. We'll be following the ins and outs of all of that, of course, our Bloomberg China government editor Karen Lee. Thank you so much for that. Well up next Middle.
"chief executive" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Hong Kong's chief executive says there is little merit to delaying Beijing backed legislation that will ease extraditions to China. That's despite the Bill prompting one of Hong Kong's largest protests since the former British colonies returned to China. More than two decades ago. Joining us with more is our China government editor Karen lay Karen, we did just have carry Lam, actually speaking, what did she have to say? She came out to reporters, and she basically said that we're going to continue ahead with pushing the Bill through, she didn't differ, hugely from her line in the past, which is that Hong Kong needs to not be a refuge for fugitives and continued to explain the need for the Bill, and there had been some speculation that after yesterday's turnout, perhaps, she would try to amend the Bill, perhaps, she would even take it off the table. But she didn't do those things facing. Carrying it's Mattis. What is the rub of this one is at the center of these protests? Is it a by the long arm of mainland China into Hong Kong? It really is. People are concerned that this law more than anything Beijing has done in recent months could erode Hong Kong's atonomy in a way that would fundamentally change its relationship with China, and if anyone had any doubt about how much that worries average people, how much that worries the business community that was a lead yesterday when you saw how many people came out onto the streets and what they said very quickly. Karen, what's the next step when it comes to this law, because it actually still needs to vote, right? It's still needs to go to a vote of the next couple of weeks. Probably going to see more outcry, you're gonna see a reading on Wednesday. But this needs to go through in, July, if they're going to get it through and carrying land has been pushing to get it through by the end of that legislative session. All right. We'll be following the ins and outs of all of that, of course, our Bloomberg China government editor Karen Lee. Thank you so much for that. Well up next Middle.
"chief executive" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast
"Okay. Apparently the state or the governor's office, whomever, chartered another airplane to get the governor to his. Yeah. To get to Fort Lauderdale. Apparently. Right. And so they got charged another king air, maybe and zapped him down the Lauderdale. And so I. Something obviously needs to be done Florida is a big state. Yes. Okay. And it's not feasible. It's not reasonable to expect the chief executive to drive. Yeah. Takes me an hour in the bonanza just in the air just to get out of the state, and I'm not at the bottom of it either. So there's. There's another hour. Basically, you're you're like maybe two thirds of the way down. This is this is always the sobering. Part. When I drive down there in the wintertime. It's you know, you drive in you drive in you drive, and you go through, you know, all the east coast, and you go and you find the made it to Florida only realize that you still got like four hours driving. So yeah, I don't begrudge the guy needed near needs. He needs safe and reliable transportation as as the the bottom the last light of the article says, and I suspect you'll see the Florida government beat buying a king air, or I don't know maybe a light jacket or something who knows right? It seems a little a false economy to me that they got rid of the old airplanes. I mean, I get the previous guy. What Scott, right? Yeah. You know? Now Senator Scott wanted to use his own airplane because he was familiar with it in probably had, you know, now you've made a big deal about state excess and expenses and all this stuff, but they stayed really needed airplane. I have my own and anybody that comes behind me is just cried. So yeah. But this like crazy because it's like, so you're pretending like the jet doesn't cost money. I mean, whether or not the state's paying for it, of course, pay for and arguably. They should be paying for at least part of it. That's fair. All right. But you know, it's like he didn't really save any money. He just got to use his own airplane. You know? And I I won't you know. I mean, I was into conspiracy theories earlier, and I guess I'm gonna stop now. But you know, there is it does beg the question of whether or not this was a way for him to funnel Florida money into his flight program. I I'm shocked shocked. I know you would think one of our our. Fl statewide, Florida public servant would have any conception of such malfeasance. You know, present company excepted, I'm not convinced that Florida men most of the time or smart enough to think of these kinds of things c b. That was that was Hodgson HUD SOS. SOL begin baby. Alligators in the mail that seemed like such a clever joke as it was coming out of my mouth soon. Followed by soon followed by me, remembering all of the people. I know who live in Florida. Right. That's called speakers remorse. I know. All right. He's going to be here in a couple of weeks. He's gonna be in Florida actually a couple of weeks by the end of the coming league. It was a cheap joke. I apologize. So I'm not gonna tell you what to do about this. But yeah, sorry, these facts, anyways, these are the facts. So so the Florida government governor doesn't have an airplane. And or got apparently breaks for you know, whatever I haven't seen any follow up on this story. So yeah. So anyways. So we gotta get the Florida. Governor. Would you say Santa's descend Santa's? Yeah. We need to send him off your governor. I guess he is..
"chief executive" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard and nearly as of wednesday the twenty first of march these are our main stories cambridge analytica the data mining company accused of misusing facebook information has suspended its chief executive president trump has used a phone call with president putin to congratulate the russian leader on his reelection and we have offices from yemen a country gripped by continued civil who identify now because we do know of this war where it's going to end on what's going to happen also in this podcast more on the series of bombings in texas and why the world's bees are under threat cambridge analytica the company accused of misusing facebook information for political gain has suspended its chief executive alexander knicks under firm have been accused of exploiting the personal details of millions of facebook uses to influence elections around the world including the two thousand sixteen presidential race in the us mr knicks was secretly recorded by britain's channel four news suggesting hid ron donald trump's online presidential campaign have you recommend you haven't read it the date the tim's in the talk digital television l nature on north america editor john sopol says cambridge analytica is in big trouble they're caught red handed with the hands in the cookie jar it seems they'll either up to punny traps and blackmail and covert recordings and all the rest of it all they are making it all up in which case neither of the mirror could look what's interesting about what's come out on channel four news is the suggestion of just how involved they were in the trump campaign and how open it was because if you think about the way political campaign finance is structured in the us there is a very strict separation between what are called these funding bodies the super pacs and the trump campaign well it looks like an awful lot of information was bleeding between the two the chief executive cambridge analytica was kind of making it seem like the we were working with everybody involved on all sides and i think that brings up some questions about electoral finance and electoral law in the us about what they were up to facebook's found among.
"chief executive" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"We have a chief executive way of the military and the all work in concert i understand some sometimes there's deep state activities but in china literally we may have to either to go she with the leaders of china or with the military and china because we have to see him as two separate entities yet look i think americans who deal just with the foreign ministry in china are talking to the wrong people they don't have the slightest idea what the people's liberation army really wants to do so this is a case where you talk to the people who hold power and you say look here our interest we don't want north korea with nuclear weapons we think the way to achieve that is to merge the two koreas it's an unnatural division put the koreans back together what you get from us is we will not put american troops on the allah river the chinese saw that movie and 1950 they didn't like it then they don't like it now let's find we don't want to be on the allah river i endorse president trump i support his campaign which you of liked and would you still like a position on the administration well you know i tried out at the beginning of the administration and somehow or another i didn't make it but that look it's an honor to serve our country and and so if faster per couple positions that i would take not not very many but a couple i would take and if the call comes i would do the threat could he makes you cia chief chief negotiator with north korea outlook would define it wouldn't take longley ali negociation i do with north korea's the terms of their surrender i ambassador bolton such a pledge so good to be quite a rainmaker for that well sucked you're you're you're doing your work thank you so much were live at sepak 2018 and you're listening zone so men if you're like me you.
"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What are you come switch on this button goal the empathy button and say while i'm now going to listen to customers so that i said okay frivolous if innovation all the source of innovation is empathy where is that muscle all that in you know core of how does one lead with empathy come to be in the first place and i think it's your life's lessons right that's where this notion that let me compartmentalized my life and work doesn't work in some sense you've got you are you are because of what you learn what happens to you throughout your life and so that's at least how i've come around to realize it's not like i was born with some in age capability and on empathy more so than anyone else but it's just what life's lessons of thought me and that's i believe what's made me a better leader and i think that's what makes us more effective at work and what makes companies more effective with what they do one of the things that i think is remarkable about this book is your very candid about some of the cultural challenges facing microsoft when you were appointed ceo such as only a third chief executive of microsoft bill gates and see bomber and you say that part of your mission you find has been refining the soul of makes up what does that mean and at how would you describe the progress achieved maiden in reinventing culture this will like i start off for all the position that i'm a consummate insider i've grown up at microsoft now for 25 years so so that means super scene of grown up in.
"chief executive" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And i'm steve inskeep here's a summary of the stages of afghanistan's wars soviet troops invaded in 1979 they left a decade later but civil wars soon followed the taleban took over in the nineties americans arrived in two thousand one and president obama sought for them eventually to leave now afghanistan's chief executive abdullah tells us he is pleased that president trump strategy uh lifted all deadlines the fact that itit's not bees the time theme if this condition beast that's a very important element of difference villa abdullah's chief executive position makes him equal to afghan president afgani he's in washington this week to meet with top officials ussupported afghan troops now lead the fight against the taleban but afghan authorities stopped providing numbers hotly soldiers or police route and how many casualties they suffered why is that sometimes perhaps did is insufficient communication timely communication about the number of casualties sentenced some a fatah spokesman miss communicate which we have to take care of it did is no doubt that one of the main challenges has been high number of casualties immense security forces but did form process has a started in has picked up since the formation of unity government what can you provide us an accurate figure for the number say of afghan troops that are fully trained fully equipped and in the field and fighting the taleban so it's a three under twenty thousand is the the total number but amongst them all the special forces whereas members will be doubled in the coming three years so what is the number now the number is now 15000 so you're going 15000 and so you'll double that enough you're most effective multi like trained forces so is that a sufficient that one depends on the situation on the ground sometimes god that what a few send it on when the securities taking care of they will be demobilized and that is to be one of the fictive res of dealing with census let me ask about the governing arrangement in afghanistan some people in the united states will know that it is an unusual arrangement that you as chief executive are to share power with the president ashraf ghani some people may also of her that last year you said president ghani was not fit for the presidency and that.
"chief executive" Discussed on WDRC
"Taking wall street's blinds rooks seats out beyond the woods in you're listening to the wants doggone wall street's working amac everybody it is the watchdog on wall street euro i i've mentioned that i am the door i i watched somebody's doofus this like steve mnuchin speak at the speaking uh seeking alpha conference and i kinda pay attention to some of these other retail conferences and what not as well trying to figure out what's in the minds of a lot of these chief executives and what's going on and there was a really good one this past week there was a was and was actually the um the chief executive chief executive of restoration hardware schools your i happen to like restoration hardware stuff i do iran they're chief executive where he's talking about and gave a little bit of an answer here uh you a little bit of an antidote in regards to um online digital spending you know all these these advertisements that you see out there pop up ads and buying words in trying to get your search is up there well it was interesting in the sense that tom who've actually the global retailing conference which was put together by goldman sachs her ceos names thanks gary free and he runs saw put it to use his words he said we are uh marketing meeting in the company and the online marketing team was pitching to double their budget at the time the uh nobody in the company at that time was doubling their budget but they believe that was the right thing to do when they said well look our customer acquisition costs in our ad causes lowest in the company and i said well tell me about the data show me how this this is what good c yos who xiaomi this is tell me show me and they said well people who click through the words that we buy and google the ad cost whose lowest and i said how how do you know that their clicking on the word and going to the website because of the word you bought versus they saw store or their received the source book and of course the.
"chief executive" Discussed on FT News
"How does that fit versus this kind of organisation where do those companies excel and what is this house about the nature of how companies develop their leaders well guess one thing you can obvious he say is that the company on general electric but currently named its next chief executive last week at the same point that to that travis kalanick that he was going to go on indefinite leave has had a hundred and twentyfive years to develop this very careful and meticulous system of leadership a training and development and the eight years will say that oba has had is barely enough to cultivate a nextgeneration let alone a whole pipeline says that aspect but i think it was striking to me that in the reports that was done looking into the problems it over the report very clearly pointed out that one of the things that they had to put in place was mandatory leadership training and including some pretty basic things like how to effectively set organisational goals which he would think was a one on one leadership training there is clearly something the missing and again the scale and sony's of the ever short period means that they haven't been able to do those types of things that that g unilever of the big multinationals do as a matter of course so there agassi two different aspects of this on the one hand startups which are led by founders on the other big organizations which are very abetted with this process what can one limb from the other what can a start up that scales ray quickly what might it learn from a big stabbed him as a figure in his asians that consistently develop over time leaders after leaders after leaders well i think one thing that they can learn very clearly is that there is some value in developing internal succession andy could argue that in the latter stages of steve jobs.
"chief executive" Discussed on FT News
"Entirely gone a he is on the board he is a major shareholder and therefore he remains an important influence over what happens to the next that two schools of thought one is that his removal as chief executive will make it easier to recruit the multitude of senior positions that are vacant another though is that if he's still on the board that will cast a long shadow over anyone else who comes to run the company me what's your view about that idea of the founder who so to temic for normalisation becoming a board member and still therefore remaining a very strong voice at the company well i suppose difficulty here is that it's a private come late hasn't gone to list yet lots of people thought but when or if it gets to be and to be an ipo candidates events kalanick would not be the person who needed to run it so that this might be inevitable staff at some point in the future what's very difficult to tell us is whether the border has the sufficient power to iranian kalanick it's taken a long time when you think of the building controversies and ending in scandal and investigation and so on is taken a long time to take this step and meant to me indicates that this was aboard obviously dominated by invest a pressure which until relatively recently was weighing up the huge value that he created this company against the risk of losing him all the risk of keeping him so i think in some cases it's not a conventional board structure of the type b find that a list of come they way it say there will be independent directors who consignia in different ways and what they think of the chief executive.