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Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.

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Canadian National Voting Trust for Kansas City Southern Deal Denied by Regulator

Wall Street Breakfast

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Canadian National Voting Trust for Kansas City Southern Deal Denied by Regulator

"Regulators ruled. That canadian national won't be permitted to complete a thirty billion dollar deal to buy kansas city. Southern railroad using temporary voting trust. That was a crucial part of the offer. The surface transportation board said canadian national hasn't demonstrated that its use of a voting trust would be consistent with the public interest canadian pacific chief executive said tuesday that it's most recent offer made august tenth still stands and should be deemed superior given that it provides regulatory certainty kansas city southern shares closed down four point four

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How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1

The Outspoken Oppa

14:14 min | Last month

How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1

"Chaos in afghanistan upton as president biden withdrew military forces leading to a forceful takeover by the taliban today august seventeenth. We will dive into one of the greatest foreign policy. The buckles in modern history. Good afternoon. i'm meeting. Kim and this is the outspoken oma quote. Joe biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy national security issue over the past four decades and quote. Who said that not trump not a partisan congressmen or republican operative. That was robert gates. The former secretary of defense under president obama for three years and today as we see significant foreign policy the buckle unfolds in afghanistan that quote is once again reaffirmed now quickly dive into some basic background information as to what is transpiring in afghanistan back in mid april president biden announced immediate withdrawal all american troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. Twenty twenty one. Obviously september eleven was chosen dates because that was to recognize the anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks and which led to the immediate was occupation of afghanistan because at the time afghanistan was harboring osama bin laden on august fifteenth. The taliban took over the capital of kabul effectively toppling. Afghanistan's governments later afghan. President ghani fled the country right before taliban leadership storm the presidential palace and thousands of afghan citizens fled to kabul international airport to skip the taliban. Now while oldest was transpiring. President biden was in camp david and he was strong criticized because he didn't have a strong message or strong immediate message in response to all of this so he traveled back to washington. Dc to address the nation from the white house one of the biggest elements that he was criticized for in the speech was the blame game in which he played and one of the obviously notable people in which she blames forwarded the buckle in afghanistan was trump and sort of implied some blame to bush and obama. He said quote when i came into office. I inherited deal that president trump negotiated with taliban on the his agreement. Us forces would be out of afghanistan. May i twenty twenty one. Just a little over three months after i took office. Us forces had already drawn down during trump administration from roughly fifteen thousand five hundred american force to two thousand five hundred troops in country. The taliban was strongest militarily. Since two dozen one the choice i had to make as your president was added to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the taliban in the middle of the spring fighting season and quote. And but if you actually look at the deal that trump's state department may with taliban it's not what biden actually described in his address at a nation. Mike pompeo who was secretary of state under president trump said in a recent interview that the deal of the taliban was strictly conditional which meant that deal was was strictly predicated on the taliban committing to a peaceful transfer of power in order for america to withdraw after that commitment to a peaceful transfer of power appel said in a recent interview quote we would have demanded the taliban actually deliver on the conditions that we let out in the agreement including the agreement to engage in meaningful power sharing agreement some that which we struggled to get them to do but made it clear it was going to be required before we completed requirements to fulfil foley withdrawal and unquote. And you know there are some criticisms of the deal. Mike pompeo made with the taliban. Obviously the taliban actually pursuing a peaceful transfer of power from the afghan government was not going to happen. I mean we actually thought. That was being overly idealistic. So people had that criticism upon pales deal but even if biden did not agree with the policy that trump's state departments made in efforts to come to some sort of consensus with the taliban he kind of reversed it. I mean he was president for seven months. Which meant that. He'd independence day department and independence defense department and he could have used his powers as the chief executive to to reverse a deal that the previous administration made i mean for his entire time as president of the united states reversed nearly every single policy. That trump did while he was president. So this is no exception. I mean he should own up to the flaws of the policies in which he tried to pursue in addition to to trump he also blamed the afghan military. He said quote. The truth is but this did on for the more quickly than we had anticipated. So what happened. Afghanistan political leader escape up and fled the country the afghan military collapse. Sometimes we're not trying to fight if anything developments at the past week reinforced the ending. Us military involvement in afghanistan. No was the right decision. American troops cannot ensure not be fighting a war and dying in award. Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves and quotes. This is honestly one of the most politically cynical things that i've ever heard biden say the afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. Fifty thousand afghan military soldiers died in darndest entire two decades of us occupation of afghanistan. And the reason why they cannot successively defend themselves against the taliban was because biden himself pulled out a contractors and basically destroyed the afghans dependency on us military which are obviously undermined the ability of afghan military to counter act opposing taliban forces. According to the wall street journal quote in the wake of president biden's withdrawal decision the us pulled its airports air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan planes and helicopters. This meant that afghan military simply cannot operate anymore and quote. Admittedly afghan leadership was significantly underprepared in the wake of the draw because as by afghan officials did not believe america will draw however according to andrew watkins a senior analyst for afghanistan and at the international prizes group research advocacy organization. There was no evidence that the taliban significantly increased their manpower and argue. The only reason why there's summer offensive was successful was due to a lack of us. Air strikes which meant that biden's administration shorter significant blame for the dismantling of the afghan government. What biden actually expect to happen when he pulled the entire the tire. Us presence from afghanistan if the afghan military dependent so much on the us occupation of afghan for the viability of their own independent military force. Then of course when they pulled out of afghanistan. The afghan military by itself was not sufficient enough to defend against the taliban if you're pulling out intelligence contracts that were vital for the dependency of the afghan military than have military is expected to fall when the taliban was advancing to the nation's capital and one of the other things that addition to buy actually blaming everyone except for himself for the marco afghanistan biden also discussed casualties in the in the afghan occupation. He said quote. Lemme ask those who wanted to wanted us to stay. How many more how. Many thousands more of american daughters and sons are willing to risk and quotes according to abc news. There's not been a single american combat death since february eighth twenty which was eighteen months ago. That's not to belittle the two thousand three hundred twelve american soldiers that lost life in afghanistan. But it is the suggests that thousands of stationed american soldiers in the lead up to the afghanistan pull out were not being bogged down by precipitous warfare in combat honestly by contrast more than fifty one thousand taliban fighters were killed by american armed forces which shows a major power imbalance in military superiority between taliban in american forces but aside from that by reportedly sent five thousand additional troops back in afghanistan to aid withdrawal despite his call for not putting sons and daughters at risk he just said that it was egregious to put american sons and daughters at risk for filled mission. So what is different about the five thousand additional troops. He sending back into afghanistan. Aren't those sons and daughters. Also at risk and to add insult injury tens of thousands of american citizens have been left behind it in afghanistan in the withdrawal according to the washington according to wall street journal an estimated ten thousand fifteen thousand new citizens remained in afghanistan so yes it is tragic. Every single american soldier died in. afghanistan is a tragedy. No one is disputing dance but suggests that afghanistan was a present danger to the current military soldiers. There from february twenty is simply not true and biden. Really closer to speech with i think when idiotic things that he said in his entire speech close with kohl's diplomacy he said quote. We will continue to support the afghan people we will lead before. Diplomacy or international influence in or humanitarian aid will continue to push for regional diplomacy and engaging prevent violence and instability will continue to speak out for the basic rights at the afghan people of women and girls just as we speak all around the world and quote and my question is just how. How can you negotiate with radical barbaric terrorist group that subject it's ethnic religious and gender minorities to brutal torture and murder. How can you negotiate with democratic for cystic regime. That is responsible for thousands of american lives. I mean honestly gonna ask nicely are gonna get on your knees and begged them to treat the afghanistan woman fairly. I mean i don't understand why biden continues to believe that's diplomacy instead of for actually using military forces is the correct way to go and this brings us back to. What was this for honestly at the end of the day with withdrawn. Us military forces from afghanistan he effectively reversed two decades of foreign policy and the initial mission of counter terrorism and preventing a staging ground for al-qaeda according to the pentagon united states government has been eighty three billion dollars in bolstering the afghanistan government and which is effectively gone to waste. I mean we spend easily billion dollars to bolster an afghan military but the afghan military is so reliance on the american forces to to help them to secure them. But when the american forces are removed from the afghan military to aid them than the billion dollar investment goes down the drain and now according to you defense and state department officials six billion dollars in military equipment including eight hundred fifty mine-resistant ambushed protected vehicles were abandoned in withdrawal which six billion dollars in. Us military equipment is now in the hands of taliban and other terrorist organizations additionally chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley addressed congressional leaders and said that they will move the terrorist threats in afghanistan from medium according to axios which meant that. Obviously you're going to see a rise in terrorism and afghanistan and now that the taliban effectively controls its governments and to add insult injury the inside reports that taliban militants released thousands of prisoners from afghan prisons with links to islamic jihadist groups and al qaeda. So what has changed in the past two decades. We've tried to counter terrorism. We tried to decrease the the influence of kind of effectively imprisoning or killing al qaeda militants. We tried to decrease the the power of the taliban and we tried to effectively counteract attacks by the islamic jihadist groups. But it seems to me after this withdrawal after the dust settled what is going to be. The state of afghanistan will be similar to the state of afghanistan when we first invaded and his brings me to a new york times article which discussed heavier mackey. Who was a former first class army. Special forces soldier with several afghanistan deployments and will shot twice and he said in an interview with the new york times quote. I sacrificed a lot. I saw death every day every year. And the guys. I soaked with new would probably come to an end like this. But the chaos and made his andre after everything we gave. I just wish that had been away to leave. With honor and quote for people like mackey. There is a question that rang in numerous veterans. What was it for the situation. Afghanistan has become similar to america. I evaded two decades ago. All the bloodshed in lives lost in pursuit of counter-terrorism only define the terrorism revitalize. This president has trade the continuing efforts of veterans and committed a damaging dereliction of duty as commander in chief of the armed forces is devastating. What is happening in afghanistan and we can only hope citizens in afghanistan. Remain safe in this critical juncture. All right before we signed off. I like to extend a special. Thank you to my uncle. Who has made this podcast possible and untitled one of my greatest supporters okay. Today's episode the spokane podcast. You could read articles on a variety of important topics at outspoken opa dot com and follow us on instagram twitter facebook and linked in. Also if you'd like to show want to support it. Please go vis a five star review on apple podcasts and listened to our other episodes wherever you hear your podcasts. I'm thinking in. This is the outspoken oba. The outspoken oboe. Podcast is hosted by ethan kim directed by luc him and added by actually awesome the podcast independent production by the elbow from above. 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Senators Want FTC Enforcement on Autopilot

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:43 min | Last month

Senators Want FTC Enforcement on Autopilot

"Aren't so pretty. Nice day for tesla stock today shaking off some of the red from earlier this week. Finishing up three and a half percent to six hundred eighty dollars ninety nine cents comparatively. The nasdaq was down nine. Tenths of a percent most of that drop happening in the last hour. Two hours of trading after the fed minutes came out so the minutes from the federal reserve's meeting today indicating that they are considering tapering off their monthly asset purchases sometime in the near term but obviously those things can and often do change so the market reacting to that towards the end of trading and tesla got pulled down a bit as well so pretty strong day for automakers just across the board today so we ejected on this yesterday but will check in again today probably for the last time this week but weekday performance so far tussles down about four percent a little bit less than four percent so far and actually now doing about a half a percent to full percentage point better than gm. Ford's atlanta's volkswagen and neo so despite all the coverage of the knits investigation. If you'd just slept through the first few days of the week which is actually not a bad strategy for an investor and you just looked at automaker performances we to date. You'd have no idea that there was investigation on tesla. And you'd probably say oh tesla's having a pretty good week relative to others so markets down today tesla up and that was despite reports that two. Us senators are currently urging the federal trade commission to open a probe into whether or not tesla used deceptive marketing practices involving drivers systems features which tesla of course calls autopilots and full. Self-driving that is per the wall street journal. They write quote in a letter to the head of the fdic. We con dated wednesday senators. Richard blumenthal of connecticut and ed markey of massachusetts said they have serious concerns about how tesla advertises. Its advanced driver assistance features. Which don't enable vehicles to operate autonomously. They took aim chief executive elon. Musk for some of his comments and quote.

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Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:22 min | Last month

Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming

"Week. The united nations intergovernmental panel on climate change released a new report from the world's top climate scientists warning that global temperatures will rise one point five degrees celsius by twenty forty and underscoring that human influences unequivocally responsible for global warming since the late nineteenth century. The fashion industry's greenhouse gas. Emissions are estimated to be between four and ten percent of the global total on this week's peo- of podcast deputy editor. Brian baskin is joined by. Michael szadkowski mrs stain ability advisor and former vice president of sustainability at nike. Leyla petrie chief. Executive of sustainability consultancy twenty fifty and hannah pang head of marketing an advocacy and sustainability consultancy for tara to unpack fashions role in slowing global warming. Here's michael cichowski. Leyla petrie and hannah pang inside passion michael. I'd like to start with you and get a little bit meta. Why is this fashion problem solve. I mean let's say i'm nike or gucci. You look around. And i say i sell clothes. Not making cars not operating a coal fire our plant. Why do i need to be thinking about the surgeon. You sure Thank you brian so I think it's important to note that It's humanities problem solve and fashion as one sector on that needs to be carbonized. Serve regardless of what Sector you find yourself in. We know that we have to reduce emissions vary significantly between now and twenty thirty and then on the way to twenty fifty and so Roughly reducing emissions by half by twenty thirty And and that's by twenty fifty There are a number of estimates of fashions greenhouse gas look rinse We can talk about this in a bit more detail. The data is not ideal But we do know that fashion does have a significant carbon footprint and as with other sectors much reduced that and so You know we know the effects and we. We know the predictions of where we're going if we keep on their business as usual trajectory And so fashion because of because of its impacts and also because it seeing the impacts of climate already happening in the supply chain in particular in places where the impacts of climate are being are happening We know that it's critical. Issue the sector to address. Thank you and love to get into the data question in a little bit on this more than any issue. We're talking about today. Hear a lot about the need for collective action for the industry to work together and you've been involved in. Some of the industry's biggest efforts on front in to tell us how that's going. I how much progress has been made in. Also why some necessary for brands you think of this as an industry problems New problems grand. I mean i think fundamentally this is a problem which no individual company consult when his i you know we have all sorts of invading intractable issues around infrastructure around incentives around policy. No-one acting really occurred within that system without being affected by it so all these brands have supply chains. Good three targets that are also dependent on And really what we realized. Is that everybody in this. Sector is co dependent on each other other actors like policy makers is to

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Animatronic Biden Joining Hall of Presidents at Disney World

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Animatronic Biden Joining Hall of Presidents at Disney World

"President Joe Biden has been inaugurated again for the people that his name no recount necessary Joe Biden is being installed as its new president we're talking of course about the hall of presidents at Walt Disney world in Florida will Barton is the latest chief executive to be added to the mix the final touches are being put on the animatronic version of by didn't which goes on public display next month at the Magic Kingdom the attraction had been closed for several months to add the body in figure Disney says now that he's out of office ex-president's trump has been relocated to another part of the presidential display I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Olympic Sponsor Toyota Pulls Games-Related TV Ads in Japan

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Olympic Sponsor Toyota Pulls Games-Related TV Ads in Japan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Olympic sponsor Toyota is pulling games related TV ads in Japan's Toyota motor corporation one of Japan's leading companies at the worldwide Olympic sponsor will not air Olympic themed advertisements on Japanese television during the Tokyo games which begin Friday the decision underscores the divisions within Japan over whether the game should be held with covert nineteen infections on the rise in the country in addition Toyota's chief executive like you'll tell your doctor will not attend Friday's opening ceremony Toyota has no plans to adjust its Olympic marketing in the United States hi Mike Rossio

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"chief executive" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"chief executive" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

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

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British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

Pacifica Evening News

01:56 min | 3 months ago

British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

"Allow more quarantine free travel and provide cash strapped businesses with much needed financial support Hundreds of industry workers, including travel agents, pilots and cabin crew from airlines, such as British Airways and easyJet. Gathered outside the parliament in London. There were other protests, and Edinburgh and Belfast Simon Marx reports. Today. The growing anger of the travel industry over the British government's failure so far to loosen restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated people from the UK and for fully vaccinated people wanting to visit the UK from overseas. Britain's airlines and holiday companies are holding a day of action on Wednesday. Calling on the government to take rapid action before it's too late to salvage the 2021 summer holiday season. The sands of Time are rapidly slipping through the hourglass, says Julie Low beside the chief executive of the Advantage Travel partnership. We have upset every part of the industry together, really try to in a united fashion make it very clear to government. The devastation has been caused offer an industry that's been shut down effective for 15 months, not also for businesses but also for people will have crew there. We've got different representatives of pilots will be coming along. We really need the government to listen to our society. 15 months an entire industries be shut down people losing their homes. People can't feed their family. We're at a real crisis point. And we need the government's who urgently look and understand at the devastation that's being caused. The British government says it is considering the possibility of giving fully vaccinated people more flexibility to travel. But only yesterday, the country's health secretary said it's too early to know how soon those changes might be implemented. Simon marks Washington. You're listening to the evening news on

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Youth Home Exec Says 'Words Cannot Explain' Alabama Crash

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Youth Home Exec Says 'Words Cannot Explain' Alabama Crash

"They use home executive says words cannot explain and Alabama crash the chief executive of a youth home in rural Alabama says the community is working toward healing after eight of its children were killed in a fiery crash during the rains of tropical storm Claudette Michael Smith said that the Gulf coast trip had been a highlight for the children and otherwise tough times Smith said that those affiliated with the youth home or working through a state of grief through prayer two of the ranch directors children for residents and two gas were among the dead in the Saturday crash that killed ten people a total of fourteen deaths have been blamed on the storm I'm Walter Ratliff

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Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

Marketplace

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

"Of the UK's top 100 corporations now pay their chief executives are bonus for meeting environmental, social and corporate governance standards or in other words, says Martin White of the campaign group U. K Shareholders Association. For running the business in a responsible manner. I think that if you're paying somebody to run a company, you shouldn't give him a bonus for doing their job properly protecting the environment. Combating climate change, looking after your workforce promoting diversity are not ripping off. Your customers are surely just part of the modern CEOs job, he says. If you've got an executive who won't behave well, unless you get in the bonus Should you really have them? Managing our company's Annabelle Denham of the Free Market Institute of Economic Affairs, also has doubts about the ethical bonus. She thinks it looks suspiciously like a ruse. I do you think that this is just an opportunity for companies to pay this? Here's more without being lambasted by social media and the public executive pay hikes are much easier to defend when they're tied to a worthy cause. But do you think that this ethical bonuses quite a neat way for businesses to deflect criticism, criticism of executive pay that's ebbed and flowed in Britain over the past 30 years.

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What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

First Light

02:13 min | 3 months ago

What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

"Biden already well into his second day, now his first full day of activities of his first overseas trip as chief executive. Clayton Neville reports on the first round of activities. Michael the president and first lady were greeted by American troops and their families at Royal Air Force milled in home. The first lady assured the troops that supporting them is her top priority. You are heroes, and that's why supporting you is so personal to US President Biden embarking on an eight day trip with the purpose of reasserting the US on the world stage at every point along the way. We're gonna make it clear that the United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. That we're committed to, leading with strength. Defending our values. And delivering for our people. The trip started with some good news from the White House. The Biden administration announced an agreement with Visor to purchase 500 million covid vaccine doses to be donated to more than 90 lower income countries over the next year. Busy week for the president to laid out his agenda. I'm heading to the G seven, then to the NATO ministerial and then Meet with Mr Putin to let him know. What I want him to know. That meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will come in Geneva next weekend, of course, is one of the more high profile meetings on the trip with a rising number of cyberattacks linked to groups in Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the president's discussion with Putin will be significant. It's about a relationship of clarifying What our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked if the president was ready for the Putin meeting and others He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven in the days ahead. The U. S expected to re engage in the

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G7 Nations Strike Deal to Tax Big Companies and Squeeze Havens

BBC World Service

02:06 min | 3 months ago

G7 Nations Strike Deal to Tax Big Companies and Squeeze Havens

"Of the G seven rich gang of countries coming together for what they call a landmark deal to try to end offshore tax havens. Basically the idea being that Companies. Large companies such as Amazon, Facebook, and so on, should pay more in the countries where they do business, so they can't just say that, actually, even though they might sell in your country, they belong somewhere else because they happen to have set up shop, little brass plate in an off shore tax haven. Is it actually going to work or not? It's Going to be a subject, which has been kind of going to be argued over the claims of the rich countries. Alex Cobham is chief executive of the Tax Justice Network. He knows this stuff in depth Tax Justice Network is an advocacy group. Campaigns for tax avoidance. Can you first, just just describing a sort of a capsule form? How this plan is going to work? I'm trying to explain it in the introduction, but you're the expert making companies pay more in the countries where they do business. Is that gonna work? Yes And no. So there's two. There's two pieces here. One is the bit. That's that's kind of had more profile, I think, which is taking a small bit of the profit of more or less the 100 of the very biggest and most profitable multinationals. And saying, Okay, A bit of that above the 10% profit margins are above a very high margin is going to be taxed in the place where you make your sales regardless of whether you managed to get your profit somewhere else, But that's going to bring in the TV thinks between five and $12 billion a year of additional revenue. So it's not nothing, but it's not really very much. The other part is actually a big deal. And this is a global minimum tax rate. That's the idea that all of the biggest multinationals, perhaps eight, or 10,000, Will have to pay in every country at least 15%, and that's potentially dramatic that could bring in between about 275 and $460 billion in additional revenues each

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Tanium CEO Orion Hindawi on Cybersecurity and the Shifting IT Landscape

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

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Tanium CEO Orion Hindawi on Cybersecurity and the Shifting IT Landscape

"Orion. You're the co founder of chief executive officer of a company founded back in two thousand seven Many of our listeners will certainly be familiar retained but in the off chance. There are few who are less familiar. Maybe you can take a quick moment in provide an overview of the business. Sure so we started the company with basic thesis that very large companies that you think about forty five hundred large big enterprise kind of environments neither in government or in the commercial side Really struggled with basic stuff around. It so when we first got there a lot of companies really struggled to know how niaz ups they out when i say assets i mean almost anything with a chip nazi think about desktop laptop server. Vm cloud. I o t o t like all these things that they've got they don't know how many of them they have They often don't know where they are. What they're doing is using them. What data's on them. What abilities they have. They really have very sparse. Data about What they're trying to manage the compete standpoint and in addition to that they've got tons and tons of little tools. That are supposed to do that for them. So in many cases they've got twenty or thirty or sometimes even tools that are designed to give them visibility on their it assets and yet the visibility is really pretty fractured and untrustworthy. So what we've built is a platform that lets you see everything you've got the chip in it. Really great data about them and then allow you change them and so whether that's patching things because they've got abilities whether it's finding data that shouldn't have spread somewhere and removing it whether it's learning users of they've got a performance issue and fixing had a really broad set of things that they wanna fix but Really kind of finding and fixing within ninety stock and having a system of record that they trust about all the things with chips in them that i think are becoming incredibly critical especially in work from anywhere but frankly even before were super critical for almost every company. We talked to

World Reacts to Belarus Plane ‘Hijacking’ and Arrest of Journalist

BBC Newshour

02:01 min | 4 months ago

World Reacts to Belarus Plane ‘Hijacking’ and Arrest of Journalist

"Alexander Lukashenko. And forced to change course to the capital of Belarus, Minsk where the prominent journalist Roman protest, Savage was seized. The action has variously been described as a state hijacking that was the Greek Foreign Ministry on active state terrorism that was the Polish prime minister. German, he said it could not remain without a clear consequence on the French have called for firm and four a firm and unified response. That's your first from two passengers who were on that flight, talking about the journalist Roman pretty Savage and his reaction when he found out the plane was being diverted to Minsk. You seen your harness from, say, significance of this morning, He said nothing. He just turned two people and said he was facing the death penalty. He was nervous at first, but later when he understood he couldn't change anything. He calmed down and accepted it. The chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, condemned the actions, saying Sunday's events amounted to state sponsors sponsored piracy. He made his comments in an interview with the Independent Irish radio station used talk. This was a case of state sponsored I was a state sponsored hijack your state sponsored piracy and but unfortunate can't say much about it because the EU authorities and NATO are dealing with at the moment. We're debriefing. The crews are Cruise did a phenomenal job to get that aircraft and almost all the passengers out of Minsk After six hours, I think was very fighting for the crew for the passengers who were held under armed guard have their bags searched on when it was clear it appears that the intent of the Russian authorities was too Remove a journalist and his traveling companion on you know, we believe there was also some KGB agents offloading off the aircraft as well. Michael O'Leary was speaking to news hour on Sunday. Belarus is opposition leader Svetlana taken off Sky Air, who many recognizes the winner off presidential polls last year

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UK Officials: Vaccines Effective Against Variant Identified in India

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

UK Officials: Vaccines Effective Against Variant Identified in India

"British health officials have expressed optimism that the coronavirus restrictions remaining in England can be lifted in June often official study found that the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines offer effective protection against a variant first identified in India Jenny Harris the chief executive of the UK health security agency says officials in England are on track to proceed with the final stage of unlocking the country from twenty first of June if the public remains cautious health secretary Matt Hancock also says he's increasingly confident the country can follow its unlocking plans a study by public health England found that defies the vaccine is eighty eight percent effective against a variant of the two does as the AstraZeneca job is sixty percent effective after both doses there is shockingly London

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Interview With GAVIN FISHER, CEO of GAVIN PRODUCTIONS

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Interview With GAVIN FISHER, CEO of GAVIN PRODUCTIONS

"Hey everybody welcome back. This is brandy j. voices of courage. Walk the talk today. Have with me to amazing. People are the name of gavin and hannah brits and they are part of gavin production beggar gavin because blessed up going on my ad here yup gavin production. Okay gavin production. Alright saw kevin. He's let the world now who you are and why you are so maybe i'll think you I am getting fisher and where literally. I'm from very tiny town in illinois very calm and I run. I'm chief executive officer as well as gordon directors chairman at gavin productions. And what. I basically is i managed. Gpo peril gavin productions Our all of our podcast. I know we're trying to start you other things in mind But yeah i basically had run that But when you talk to me trust me. I'm not going to be like that one like kid. He's like i'm so famous guy. And i'm so read like no. That's not me because trust me. I'm not rich rust me and whenever like when you first you'll understand that i'm not that person at all is an orange. No hannah's in 'cause. I say i'm not rich because i'm not within. I walk into her house with my coach. Backpack on me and pull out my bring light. The he has a special chair for his bags to saint special chair. Then everyone knows not to sit in for ulmer

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"chief executive" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"chief executive" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hey, I am a pro, like members of Congress know that whether in person or virtual, we are together strong representatives from churches. Pro life groups and advocates also remarked on the need to stay vigilant in the cause for life. Bernie Bennett reporting more vaccines in the mixed against the covert 19 coronavirus, Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical Research chief Dr Mid time Maman. Says that company is pleased with its vaccine. We believe overall in a nutshell that this vaccine is for everyone. That we see that we can prevent Cove it In many cases, we can prevent hospitalization. Those that even contract hold it on half bottle of disease have a milder course of disease, and nobody doesn't benefit from this vaccine. As we see it. Johnson and Johnson's single shot vaccine was 66%, effective overall of preventing moderate to severe illness. Meanwhile, Novavax says it's covert 19 vaccine appears 89% EFFECTIVE. Chief executive offers Stanley Eric says a recent British study turned up some positive findings for his company's vaccine. You can't cry out I should point out that we got 89.3% efficacy against the combination. Of the coma, 19 string and the UK variant. The announcements come of it worry about whether a variety of vaccines being rolled out around the world will be strong enough to protect against worrisome new variants. On Wall Street, The Dow down by 6 20. This is town hall dot com. Pounds and pounds of for our hair balls have hairballs Marquette Mama..

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"chief executive" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"chief executive" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"She stated our shelter actually for just under two believers told the real quickly what happened that she finally somebody did address what was going on. Fbi showed up and yeah so. Alice was actually in slaved in early in dubai so she was trafficked in to dubai. I she's originally from kenya and then from dubai. The family moved here. They had dual citizenship out to the l. a. area moved to west los angeles in one of the most affluent communities there and she was forced to basically work around the clock. She wasn't allowed to sleep very much because she had to be quote unquote on call for the child she was taken care of and interestingly enough she had this amazing relationship with the small child and when she escaped the child was distraught and crying. And i mean. I think that's important to know that for people who ask the question. Why don't they leave. Oftentimes it's out of a loyalty to the children that they're taking care of like. How sad is that that they know. They're being treated wrongly and badly but because they care so much for the traffickers child or children they stay because they feel responsible. That really hits my heart. 'cause i'm dislike like what's happening is this deep exploitation really really good people people you want to live in your community. And so you know with alice. She was enslaved in this penthouse with. I mean just beautiful surroundings and yet. She wasn't to talk with her family. She didn't have access to her passport. That's one of the key things. Traffickers do is confiscate all of their legal documents including for us citizens to our traffic by the way they'll take their identification and for me. It's very symbolic right. It's like when you take someone's identification away. You are truly taking away their identity right. I own you. And so with. Alice in this penthouse. She was practically starved to death when she arrived at the shelter she was skin and bones. I mean i actually remember crying on my way home after meeting her at the shelter because it was like she had marks on her face from lack of nutrition. She was so skinny when it just it was so sad and the truth. She didn't have a whole lot of life in her at that time. And which is very different as you saw from who she is today. How long has she been a slave to this family in this case. Gosh don't quote me on this because we've handle a lot of cases but for alice. I believe that she was enslaved for a total of two and a half years. Total and it ranges. I mean we've had cases where they've been enslaved for you know a couple of months to twenty five years. I mean it really is a big range depending on the opportunity to liberate them right and so analysis case for liberation. She actually match with another nanny. So this family just had another baby and their policy was that they had one nanny for each child and so they were here and the us and so they brought in a nanny who was an american citizen through a nanny service and so she came in and of course she kinda got vibe because all the workers seem to be kind of making eye contact and nervous and so when she was alone with alice and they actually took the kids to a movie at a movie theater..

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"chief executive" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chief executive officer I'm not United spoke to Bloomberg a little area this is an unprecedented time we've seen very strong demand for some of our essential food and beverage products especially in those communities in countries that have been hard hit we have three priorities and the first one is the health and safety of our employees only will stay healthy we can make a positive contribution here next of course business continuity is key so even under adverse conditions we're trying to maintain manufacturer although essential food and beverage products and then with the physical presence of in a hundred and eighty seven countries it's very important to us that we also give a helping hand open above the call of duty into communities around the world will will will present to you all you'll rule material supply guaranteed from the minute we saw this crisis has spread we were trying to improve inventory levels at all levels of manufacturing so inbound materials working process and also finished goods you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market headline breaking news twenty four hours a day at the Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business slash in Moscow European stocks paring gains alongside U. S. stock index futures which have turned lower as investors molest image of how soon economies can rebound when the corona virus outbreak eases we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures down three points and Dow futures up twenty two nasdaq futures down eighteen the dax in Germany is up four tenths of a percent ten year treasury up thirteen thirty seconds yeah point seven three percent the yield on the.

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"chief executive" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"chief executive" Discussed on AP News

"Chief executive of Britain's National Health Service it's an event in Oxford on Thursday and anxious chief Simon Stephen slum poachers browned beginning prominence to what he calls clocks charlatans and cranks in promoting untested treatments Pronto six part series the group club with Gwyneth Paltrow was recently made available on Netflix in the U. K. a spokeswoman for group said the company takes efficacy I'm product claims very seriously and noted has a legal and compliance team that works with the science and research group to vet product claims to environmental groups have given formal notice that they'll suit to protect endangered Alaska beluga whales from problems caused by oil and gas operations the center for biological diversity and the cook inlet keeper said they will sue the national oceanic and atmospheric administration for violating the Endangered Species Act by not protecting cook inlet belugas the announcement came three days after a federal agency said the population of white whales is declining faster than previously thought a spokeswoman for NOAA fisheries said by email the agency doesn't comment on pending litigation Twitter and Pinterest start taking new steps to root out with voting misinformation Twitter's unveiled a new tool that'll make it easier for users in the U. S. to report tweets containing misleading information about registering to vote or casting a ballot the platform said the tool would be available at key moments throughout the election Pinterest meanwhile announced that it'll remove posts that include false information about where how and when people can register to vote or cast a ballot most of the big social media platforms already prohibit deliberately misleading information about voting Twitter and Pinterest announced the new initiatives just before the Iowa caucuses on Monday fitment vote I'm typical ever than AP news been a two Republicans Mitt Romney of Utah Susan Collins of Maine voted with the Senate Democrats to subpoena witnesses and White House documents and president trump's impeachment trial the motion failed fifty one forty nine Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer this trial was not a real trial it had no witnesses no documents is a tragedy on a very large scale the Senate will resume the trial Monday morning it center to given the chance to argue in favor of or against conviction of president trump through Tuesday the vote will be taken Wednesday US is under a health emergency because of the coronavirus outbreak foreign nationals who pose risks of transmission temporarily barred from United States health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar the risk of infection for Americans remains low and with visa and our previous actions we are working to keep the risk level three US airlines are stopping flights to and from China I'm typical wire AP digital news back in a moment.

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"chief executive" Discussed on My Career Fit

My Career Fit

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"chief executive" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the chief executive of THEO Pinson lines to wilda Guber Meriem about how the company stock had rallied around each other off to the crash, we have lost the paddock company was grieving for the loss of codex. Also, also passengers fortunately, we had a little wailing of confidence for customers customers knew that penalizes class safety standards. So it was very. Overwhelming to receive that stole vote of confidence for all of our customers from Africa Europe mid-eighties, then that also gives us a very strong confidence to continue his out of business. Now, you say customers still have confidence in you. But in the white world, I've seen people's questioning atheist line safety standards in the wake of accident, does not make you feel bad, if you people, I would say, maybe some vested interest is otherwise, I think the whole world knows the stunned out of dependent nights and know what happened. And that's why you know, we have not seen any significant impact on business now in recent haring in the US, congress congressman graves, whose himself pilot, he said explicitly the facts in the preliminary report revealed pilot era as a factor in the accident on the acting, head of the regulates the FAA seem to agree with him and referred. Links in a chain lead to the accident is comment. The investigation is still going on. But the Senate seems to be CVS misinformed. He does about it when he saved up, but that's wait and see the out investigation. But the preliminary report has, you know, has made it abundantly clear that the pilots, followed the procedures property, nevertheless, that criticism is out that I've read a lot of it. What effect does this kind of thing have for example, on the families the flight crew, when they hit this kind of come into Spain made the simple fact is those people have made that comment should ask themselves. Why would I have the found at eighty place all over the world simple, right? The fuck speaks forty cents what stage? Will you is an airline behalf to fly that Croft again because I know you have four of them setting out on the tarmac care to know the older. So you need this plane as much as anyone else surely, you're the one that need these had a plane because we had the season peak some. So the headlines including ourselves commercially knee. This airplane to fly summer vacationers all over the world. So they edit is needed. There is no question about it. But on the other hand, we have to make sure that are played is one hundred percents. That was to wilda Ghabra Meriem chief executive of Ethiopian an-and speaking to THEO legged. You're listening to NewsHour from the BBC on Russia file. Now. Trouble at the giant Chinese telecoms company while way off the President Trump placed on a prohibitive entity list that bans US companies from setting technology to it. While way has today at knowledge, the impact, this is having the company has cut his revenue forecast for this year by a six and said, it would scale back production, the phone, though, of qua- way ruined, Jim Fay, said they didn't expect the US would isolate twat away on so many fronts, functional shut down make what dot EU while we didn't expect the United States to have such a strong and unswerving, strategic determination to fight us at the same time, we did not expect the United States to struck his so broadly do it. Well, let's speak now to Yuan Yang, who is tech correspondent with the financial times newspaper. She was in the room when ruin Joan Fay, will speaking at hallways. Shenzhen. Headquarters. How significant is it that we're hearing this from the founder of while way? Hi, that I think is extremist -nificant that Mr. is admitting leave under -bility that China's biggest tech tech foam, and biggest comes from Kuala has because previously, Mr. had been much more optimistic and showing sunny exterior to his employees into the world. And now he's saying that this is a real full scale attack the US has shown as significant in the context of the way in which the United States in particular perceives this company as only being able to operate as a source of proxy of the state. That's right. So the US is very concerned that quick -ment, which is currently found in old pots have out a telecommunications networks. Worldwide's could potentially be used by the Chinese government to spy on people who are placing phone calls are using that technology to transfer data. And that's a very deep and thoroughgoing suspicion and is almost no way that we can actually disprove that suspicion. So this led to a situation while while as futures is really at risk, because the US has essentially blocked, all experts of American technology to this company that relies on American technology as much as it relies on Chinese technology, you would stay too strongly as that, that it's future is in risk. That's right. And as Mr. said today in, in today's so-called information age, there's no one that can produce a full product by itself. So when makes smartphone win makes a Russa an intent Mersa, so many of those components come from across the world so much that intellectual property comes from the US companies from the US, which still a now reevaluating their relationship with hallway. So as a result of that there is no way while we can survive in its current phone in its current form, as the at least on the scale. Has right now is the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker without some US participation. What do you think this could result in? I mean will there be more retaliation from Beijing? As a result of the United States is doing. I think both Chinese government and actually in, in some ways, the, the US government have pulled the qual- dispeat-, which initially began as a sideshow to the US, China trade war, they pulled into the main stage of the trade war self. And so as you say that's been retaliation threat of retaliation from China, which now sees the US is kind of trying to keep China down into tent lunch coal is trying to make sure that the US remains number one we will leave that U N young tech correspondent with financial times newspaper. Joining us live. Thank you. Now, we're going to stay with China and all the grim story. Organ harvesting in the past China has admitted it extracts prisoners, organs. Full profitable gain bugs for Chinese patients and so-called transplant tourists, those who travel from overseas to take advantage of short wait times in two thousand fourteen China said that it would stop removing organs from executed prisoners, but an independent, tribunal initiated by the international coalition to end transplant abuse in China each has concluded that the practices continuing the tribunal. Chad by Sogeti, nice QC, who was a prosecutor at the international tribunal for the former Yugoslavia took evidence from medical experts and human rights investigations. It said in a unanimous deter determination, at the end of its hearings that it was certain that imprisoned followers of the Falun Gong movement, we used for forced organ harvesting. Don't David Mehta's an international human rights noy, who's been investigating Fulst, organ harvesting in China from. Many years. He was one of the founders of attack. The report had to basic findings one is prisoners of conscience are being killed for their organs, large number, in particular practitioners, spiritually, based set of exercise felon grown and also the weaker these people were being killed for their organs for transplantation, for both transplant tourist patients and local patients and China and organs were being sold to these patients. The second inclusion was that this mass killing of innocence. Their organs was a crime against humanity crime, international law that should be prosecutable. So you've used the term mass killings. How many people are we talking about the figures? They used was well in terms of Oregon's ninety thousand a year and didn't translate that into people and they also didn't say how many. Phone call. And how many are we and how many are donors, but they did say that the donor numbers are small tiny insignificant. So it's primarily these Christmas conscience outlined, then forest the, the evidence that leads them to conclude that these particular numbers, how, how have they gone about finding out they referred to a number of different pieces of evidence. One was the systematic blood testing in organ examination of these prisoners of conscience. Obviously, the people killed for their organs couldn't talk about it, but many people who weren't killed for their organs did talk about this flood testing organ examination, which wasn't for their health because these people were mistreated in the case of felon wrong. They were tortured into recantation, and we also can tortured, so that wasn't for their house, but it is necessary for transplantation, because all transplantation, unique to but type compatibility you need healthy organs. And ideally, tissue type compatibility that was one type of evidence another was phone calls because phone calls had been made into hospitals by investigators pretending to be relatives of patients as the hospitals if to hit organs, in particular, of phone for sale on the base, fungus set of exercise, it's that they would be healthy because the exercise organs would be healthy. And there are recorded phone calls throughout China in about fifteen percent of the call saying, yes, we have these organs for show come down, and you can get them. You mentioned the, the, the transplants are sold to not just people inside China box to international patients, who, who need transplants as well. Do you have any figures that makes that distinction between those two groups the Chinese themselves initially were saying that about this is going? A few years now they were saying about twenty percent of their transplants that they were doing. We're transplants to foreigners. They subsequently said that they're giving priority to local patients, the reason I ask is the, the has been some reporting, not least by the Washington Post, which suggests that transplant patients need immunosuppressant drugs for life to prevent their bodies from jetting those Olga guns, and that China's share of global demand for immunosuppressants is roughly in line with the proportion of the world's transplants that China, says that it carries out. Sure, I mean, what China says about its volume of immunosuppressants is like in all the rest of their statistics. It's just manufactured unverifiable statistics. But of course, even if you take that at face value, it, it doesn't really work because people who need who are transplant tourists in need. Immunosuppressant drugs do not get those immunosuppressant drugs from China. They get them from where they go back home even if we take that at his value. The China would still be disproportionately large because all these transplant terms patients with getting their drugs elsewhere. International human rights. Lawyer don't David Mehta's well for over a year health corespondent Matthew hill has been investigating these claims. I think it's basically further if you like evidence of real concerns from a senior panel of human rights lawyers, and transplant surgeon who have sat and listened to over fifty witnesses, including if you like survivors from, from these detention of talking about these medical tests, but also looking at the evidence of the volume of transplants going on in China and recent evidence of readily available organs at short notice being available. So, so that conclusion really that it's quite certain was indeed, the Falun Gong who use doesn't soil's probably the main source of organs, the forced over and harvesting. But in terms of the weakest, they didn't think there was sufficient evidence to reach that, same conclusion, however, having said. That they said that the vulnerability of Weigo's to being used as a Bank of Oldham's is Elvis. So they're saying really that the jury stood out that but they suspect it could be going on and this because as we've heard on unseen on the BBC the, the week is all a targeted group in Xinjiang, and there is mass incarceration of them. Exactly. Yes. I mean, they're, they're estimates of two million who've been detained in these comes and vase haunt evidence from that area of China, but sunny evidence of people getting missing should we be skeptical..

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"chief executive" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Our five star mobile app with kill reminder at Walgreens. We're your diabetes, go to stop by and talk to your pharmacist today. Walgreen's, trusted since nineteen o one. AM seven sixty. K FM. CBS news update a proposal to extradite criminal suspects to mainland. China has led to massive protests. In Hong Kong. Riot. Police have directed water cannons at the crowd. They're firing rubber bullets and tear gas to CBS news. Correspondent Ramian Asencio is there have actually successfully stopped legislative council from debating the extradition hill. Looking ahead, this could be very short term wind reason for that is because the chief executive Harry has said that she will get this Bill crew matter what Eric, Eric Cohen Lyons has lived in Hong Kong for seventeen years. The Hong Kong government giving assurances saying, no, no. This is to protect term congress for your own good. It's for rapists trimmers. But, you know, people here are pretty savvy and understand that it's much broader than that, that, she executive calling the riots unacceptable for any civilized societies. CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Now from the studios of news, eight five local present. He goes, talk and breaking news. This is a AM seven sixty seven sixty John dabble. That's one of the stories we're following pick it up the cones in San Diego in five southbound between the nine five and the five looks like it's still very slow coming away from main street to, to that roadwork situation, to have is sponsored by choose AT dot org. Find proven treatment for.

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"chief executive" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"chief executive" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Never miss an episode. Thank you for listening. Of. My name is Gerard, Greg. I'm the chief executive of technician in our game is just as important as your outer game two are so interconnected. So how you show up to work. Even though you say this to yourself like I'll pose the gotta be smiling. And actually what you saying how you behave can sometimes be completely incongruent. And I think what reboots our goals does a very conscious way his makes much consciously aware, and it's like a muscle, which you need to keep fit leadership is not something you're born that something you can get better and better at it. And it's one of those things I think his is one way to keep yourself keep our leadership fit as as much as possible. Considered. Joining Areva circle are circles. Participants have called their circle their secret weapon. Gain more self-awareness, and you'll know you're not alone in challenges you face today. You'll find the same level of self enquiry in a coach facilitated cohort six other layers. Just like you apply at reboot dot IO slash circles.

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"chief executive" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"chief executive" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Chief executive officer or chief creative officer should say sorry for that but he's stepping down to become a writer and producer for dc entertainment films which i think's kind of a better realm for him to be he's definitely a a strong writer and i guess he wants to work on the green lantern corps film which is not surprising considering he's done most of the the green lantern material the last twenty years so it's it's kind of fitting that the man is taking over that area but filling his shoes will be longtime dc employees jim lee who will be kind of taking over the the reins in that department so that's kind of interesting but yeah it's it's it's kinda strange all of the the the recent changes going on it almost kind of reminds me of of this this clip that from madagascar just smile and wave boys smile and wave glossy progress report we're only five hundred feet from the main sewer and the bad news we've broken our last show right rico your unlit patrol we need shovels and find most puffs ical sticks we don't want to risk another cave in so again it kind of makes me think of this whole thing like something's going down and they're they're kind of trying to get out of the line of fire like lassiter he he screwed up somewhere kathleen kennedy who knows why she'd be stepping down unless it's to do with like the recent.

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"chief executive" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"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.

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"chief executive" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"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.

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