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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:29 min | 3 d ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This he is Bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm John Tucker in New York Up later in the program Chinese ride hailing company Dede's U.S. conundrum But first London gets a brand new railway line in the next few days named him honor of the queen And for Orleans head to London and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchors Caroline hecker and Stephen Carroll John Queen Elizabeth was at paddington station ahead of the opening of the Elizabeth line to the public on Tuesday the new railway is years overdue and way over budget but it's also a brand new modern line that transport for London says will transform travel across London and the southeast Very high expectations for more were joined by Bloomberg senior reporter for transport Siddhartha Philip and EMEA transport editor Chris Jasper thank you to you both for being with us First so can you tell us about the new line What exactly will it offer to the hard pressed London commuter So the new line offers a chance for commuters to go from the east of the city to the west of the city and that's really been a major bottleneck in connectivity It hasn't been really possible to get from canary wharf to Heathrow Airport With one single train And the new line when it fully opens and has all its sections integrated will allow commuters to go from the east end of the city all the way to the west including the Heathrow airborne Yeah it got Redding he threw on the west then shenfield in the east and it goes basically via Bond street and Tottenham court road and Liverpool street So if you know the city you'll know exactly where I mean And it's going to be very quick isn't it The budget though Chris The budget It has totally spiraled What is the total cost for this new line Well the total cost is about 19 billion that's 4 billion pounds more than budgeted And it's actually four years later as well So four years later a billion per year in cost overruns which is a pretty huge number And about 5 billion of that has had to come directly from government So we've all been paying for it for under a long time So after tube has been in such trouble since the pandemic it's hard to have a government bailout What's the expectation then for a passenger numbers on this new line So TfL says that this new line will lead to a massive boost in terms of passenger numbers And they've also sort of talked about how this new line will massively boost the city's economy the latter about 42 billion pounds to the UK economy by supporting regeneration across the map But more importantly I mean the tube has been seeing passenger numbers rise as more offices get people back in as well as people start going to dinners and events across the city So people have actually been using the tube and I think as more and more bases start getting people back in that's going to go up Chris how does the line do you think compared to other European projects Yeah this is in part a somewhat symbolic opening in the passengers are able to travel on the new central core of this line which is the one that was bored out with these super tunneling machines for so many years but they won't be able to travel from one end to the other until the autumn for the moment they're still going to have to transfer from one part of the line to the other at paddington So a few more months to wait until we can actually rise and end to end But having said that we've waited a long time It's cost a lot of money but this is going to be absolutely vital to the infrastructure of London and of southeast England It's somewhat crazy might think that we haven't been able to make such a journey already by train And with this in place and some of the other projects that are coming along for example high speed two line from London to the north and so on these are projects that are all going to dovetail if you look at the future planning If you look ten certainly 20 years into the future then London could have a fully transformed transport network that some people might say will be mindful of anywhere in the world And this is a stage towards that This has been such a long time coming I can't remember a time where we weren't looking at road works in London when the construction work was going on for this Property prices we know are always very closely linked to big new infrastructure projects Has everyone have the price of property gone up dramatically along this line already Yes if you look at the data I mean there has been reports by various ST agents as well as people who track realistic that prices in places like ealing and other western suburbs of London including hanwell have actually gone up as the line comes in because these places typically were either not connected to the tube network or had very long commute times between the city center and the both in the west and in the east So there has been price increases along the route especially as crossfield promises fast commute through the center of the city as well as to the business districts of canary wharf as well as Heathrow Airport So there has been quite a bit of demand along the route Some friends who bought a house along this line what 5 ten years ago I think they bought the property thinking that crossrail as it was then known before it was renamed in order of the queen of course Yeah Chris you were going to say something Yeah I think it's important that this isn't really about London commuters This is about people who live a long way outside of London If you live in Greater London at the moment you've got a pretty decent tube network in the north and parts of the west of the capital and a fairly decent surface rail network south of the river This is a much much longer and bigger network than just the tube system As you said before running from Reddit So halfway to Bristol in the west of England all the way out to darkest deepest Essex so this is about the long distance commuter It's about people flying into Heathrow and needing to get to the other side of London which has always been an ordeal So it's also going to fire property prices in the Thames valley in particular which has been very desirable for a long time But now those towns slow reading and so on are going to be within an easily commutable time of the City of London not just the West End So that's a really big change Thank you so much to both of you for being with us to explain Yeah the excitement and also I suppose the anxiety about bringing a massive new transport project at opening up in London Plenty for us to look forward to for those of us that are trained nerds and can't wait to get on those new lines Thank you very much to Chris Jasper and to select Philip as well for their insights on that I'm Caroline hepker here in London and you can catch us every weekday morning here for blue big day break here at the beginning at 6 a.m..

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"chris jasper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio arm Raleigh James and of course it was Eddie Hodges who had the child star hit for that in 1961 but two years earlier in 1959 on RCA it was the eisley brothers with the Hugo peretti orchestra and there was a flipside of respectable and yeah of course what I liked about the beginning you know Elaine this is Rudolph Well that of course was oline Jasper who married Rudolf eisley Well Elaine Jasper had a brother That'd be Chris Jasper and he turned 70 this week Born in Cincinnati so he's an isley brother in law and he was with the isley brothers 73 to 84 amis Jasper Isley 84 to 87 but in the meantime he went out and got an education at Juilliard and Juilliard and a bachelor of fine arts from CW post and got his law degree from Concord university And he and his wife Margie are both lawyers So they've done right well for themselves But yeah always like that original Yeah it kind of different for the isley brothers very early in their career and of course Chris wasn't in the group Then he was a child And yeah barely ten if that but at the time yeah Rudolf was talking to Elaine And later sadly Eddie Hodges would have a hit with it Oh well chuck is in Rockford Welcome to WGN radio Hi It's been a long time Yes what are you doing Just getting the drain Well I understand that So very much You know well we just went through Christmas here You know and I can remember I like when I was in the third grade The PTA had a Santa Claus and I got up on the Santa Claus lap You know and I look Santa Claus in the face and you're not Santa Claus This is whittlesey And it turned out quite a few years later why she was turned out to be my mother in law Oh jeez Well she never lets you forget that But I played Santa Claus for some kid you know And their family and about 6 months later he was really troubled because he knew me and he was I was thinking about Santa Claus and then he says chuck he says you're not saying It was so funny You know I suppose it really confused Because it was pretty innocent about it is beliefs and stuff Oh yeah Yeah Well Santa's an interesting There was an interview with a bunch of department store santas about the strangest things that kids asked for And I always liked this one He said one could ask for new liver Apparently he was perfectly healthy He just wanted one to play with Yeah Yeah Well you know yes Well now I guess you know if you kind of if you got the right connections you can get a new liver Well right but not a play with And no no Yeah And makes you wonder what he visualized for the liver too You know I don't know Well and then one of the Santa said he had a little boy who looked to be 8 years old asked for a box of condoms since his mother wouldn't buy them for him Oh wait You know as a kid I had mistake Tampons for being firecrackers My mother did not Oh jeez Thank God he has displayed discreetly in all the leave it to a kid You know look at the writer's side of things or something or other The mistaken about identities on different things You know you were talking about How Canadian radio and TV I had spent some time in Detroit in a way it kind of got a little bit difficult to find a break and programming If you wanted to go do something Yeah But you know what If Bali advertising was dropped from The United States I suppose it would be a crash for a lot of people because it would be a big burden for the government but I wouldn't miss a lot of it because sometimes you go tuning from station to station and that's all you're getting is advertising You want to know what else is going on Well the thing I don't understand as far as that is the clustering of commercials where you hear ten minutes of commercials in a row And I've always said if the CIA wants to spread state secrets and make sure that no citizen will ever hear them just by the third spot in on a music station And I wonder how many advertisers really believe that their message is being heard Yeah that's something too because a lot of it's not very cheap unless you buy something preemptive and a big block of it Well a lot of people do you know with programmatic buying they'll buy remnants They'll bid for it at a penny on the dollar and if there's no other time sold because it's automated they get it So that happens sadly more often than you would you would think And it's not just radio and television same same deal You know you'll hear a cavalcade of commercials And I understand it in major markets where they're dealing with agencies and they're making the deluxe books but in a little market like where I've got stations I don't cluster spots every spot runs as a stand-alone element because I feel that if I accept the advertiser and I think their message is worth being heard I'm going to make sure it is Yeah well there's nothing like a satisfied customer Well and that's it You know and people have told us one spot a day on your station is worth a hundred on some others Because we feature each one And the other thing of course is that I won't accept anybody that I don't think is doing a good job at whatever they're doing And I won't solicit anybody So it's sort of a rarefied atmosphere For the first time I just accepted McDonald's and they were thrilled And I am too because they really do a good job here.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:33 min | 7 months ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New York Some Chinese tech companies could give us some major insight into the minds of Chinese officials and Chinese consumers But first the U.S. opens up to vaccinated travelers from the UK and Europe on Monday For the first time in the 18 months and for more let's head to London now and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor Caroline hefner Monday marks the end of the tough restrictions that have been imposed on travelers since early last year People and airlines across the UK and Europe are excited The U.S. is the biggest recipient of inbound tourist dollars and the second biggest spender on outbound tourism So naturally airlines are hoping that this revival of the lucrative transatlantic routes will improve their prospects for growth And I'm pleased to say that joining me now is Bloomberg's Sid Philip who covers European airlines and autos for us and Chris Jasper who heads up the European transportation team welcome both of you Sid would love to start with you Just tell me exactly what the new rules are how things are changing So for over a year and a half the LN industry has struggled with the U.S. as the U.S. has banned the entry of all travelers from the Schengen area as well as the UK and a few other markets With the latest rule changes the U.S. is lifting all bands on travelers and instead moving to a regime that mandates this as well as vaccinations for all incoming travelers So Chris what do you think is going to be the effect I said that Europe and the UK are excited about this change It's been a very difficult 18 months It has I mean airlines have been operating on these routes and Americans have been traveling in the other direction But they've really had access to only half the market So the big change is obviously going to be Europeans flying westbound into the U.S. particularly for the Christmas holidays maybe for some Florida sunshine over the winter period And we're seeing carriers like British Airways and also those in continental Europe really gearing up their timetables from next week and hoping to attract a flood of bookings was certainly seen indications of a major upswing in sales Sid we've just sort of come through earnings season Haven't we And we've had results on the likes of Lufthansa and the other big names What do you think this means now for carriers So for the carrier is the biggest market on transatlantic was corporate travel and with people still working from home and hybrid working arrangements that's still not coming back in a big way So the carriers are hoping to cash in on leisure travelers and family visits that haven't really taken place in the last year and a half And that's really what's going to be driving the growth Airlines still haven't added all the capacity that existed on the roots pre COVID and the airlines are going to be cautious Most likely they're going to be filling up the planes rather than springing out capacity and then trying to discount to fill them up Sid what about the taxes that there's been a big debate certainly in the UK about whether and how much taxes on passenger passenger air duties can be increased or not And this is another kind of revenue source but a thorn for some Absolutely there's been a massive debate over the last even pre-pandemic that airline passenger duty should be scrapped The UK government is agreed to do that on short haul flights in the country from 2023 But for longer travel from them it's going to get more expensive Yeah and everybody did also comment that that decision came just ahead of cop 26 and so it fed into the debate of are we following through actions after rhetoric in terms of the green ramifications of international travel Chris that surely has got to be top of mind as well as the fact that the businesses have become used to doing so much by Zoom and business travel in a will it really get back to those heydays Yeah these are two big unknowns certainly the response of business we've got several issues to be surmounted here One is indeed as you say weather there's a feeling that companies need to send people on the road quite as much as they used to and whether the Zoom call will suffice Secondly they tend to be pretty cautious about sending people overseas where there's still any sort of health risk So they'll be particularly slow to come back in that sense whereas private travelers people eager to see family and so on are more likely to take that risk if we can call it a risk And then in terms of the climate debate hugely for any topic obviously we've had that Major collapse in travel And there's a sense that we should build back a model that is ultimately less polluting and that debate you mentioned in the UK has been very thorny The UK is actually got very small domestic air travel market Because the country is pretty small but there are remote locations I think the government's idea is to help with that connectivity the long haul traffic is a much bigger market and indeed the European market So that taxation weapon is certainly one that's beginning to be wielded And it could ultimately strangle off some of that demand that the airlines are gearing up for Sid how do you see the green debate at the moment amongst the transport and travel industry So for the airline industry the worry is that companies can use cutting flights as an easy way to reduce their emissions That's the sort of simplest way that they can say that hey look we're going green we're cutting our direct emissions by having people fly around less And business travel really drives airline revenues Because the front of the plane essentially feeds off the back of the plane for legacy carriers And airlines are really hoping that business travel can get going again and the climate debate features hugely on that because as you've seen the criticism during the cop 26 summit where people flying into the summit coming on the huge fire for actually burning more fuel and contributing to the emission problem So the airline industry has been trying to clean up its act They've been talking about carbon credit as well as sustainable aviation fuel is on the agenda at the cop summit So there's a bunch of measures that the airline industry is doing to try and preempt regulation But the risk of regulation coming in and sort of spoiling the party before it even gets going again does exist Said fascinating moment we've been live at 26 in Glasgow all week We'll continue to do it as cop goes into the second week But that aside thank you so much for being with me Bloomberg Sid Philip who covers European airlines and autos for us and Chris Jasper who heads up the European transportation team so 8th of November circle your calendars if you haven't already because Europeans and Brits could head over to America I'm Caroline hepker here in London and you can catch me every weekday morning For Bloomberg daybreak you are beginning at 6 a.m. in London That's one.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

11:20 min | 8 months ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Born on march thirtieth nineteen thirty one and he died november twenty six nineteen sixty six. He was thirty five years old. He was an american blues at seoul's singer pianist songwriter and record producer. He was born in chicago illinois. You know. He worked as a session pianist in the one thousand nine hundred fifty s and nineteen sixties as well as recording under his own name. He release ingles on decca aladdin states and cobra in the nineteen fifties and for vj records an impact in the one thousand nine hundred sixty s and barrages backing bands including the likes of otis. Fresh willie dixon. Way wayne bennett and jody williams. And this single ride of which you just heard col- cryer for my baby was from nineteen fifty nine. And you know this is a bowl of so and we are celebrating classic soul and new r&b and we're celebrating. Also the passing of miss. Sarah dash of course was sad about her passing but she left a wonderful legacy of work and she was a member of the blue belles patti labelle and the bluebells which morphed into lebel now in that original group. It was patti labelle. Sarah dash known a hendricks. And cindy birdsong who became a member of the supremes right here on a bowl of soul. We are going to play a song that she sang backing vocals on with patti labelle called. You'll never walk alone and this is a bowl of saul. Hi my name is andy stokes. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mix of so busy That was from nineteen sixty four. You'll never walk alone and you know you can hear sarah dash shop. She was the soprano. You know seven dash was born august. Eighteenth nineteen forty-five and passed away on september twentieth. Twenty twenty one and she worked as a singer. She was a session musician and she was a side person for the rolling stones and keith riches on fire is she was born in trenton new jersey and is a good friend of mine whose mother anna rosario and her sister tony saunders. They went to school with sarah dash and they grew up in trenton. new jersey. just to give you a little bit history you know. And when she join the bluebells she was sixteen years old. Her father was a pastor at the trenton church of christ. Her mother was a nurse and she initially saying gospel but she turned to more secular music as a preteen when she formed the vocal duel the capris and then she moved to philadelphia where she got acquainted with fellow adopted philadelphian known a hendricks and philadelphia natives patricia. Patsy holt also known as patti labelle. And sundry tucker. We've got to play another song by miss. Sarah dash called. Somebody's angel and this is a bowl of soul. Hey this is chris. Jasper of the is. Your brothers is a jasper nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music. This swamp jay So dante arrest but law A that's a nice song. Somebody's angel.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not?cias para Podcasters

RSS News I O Podcast de Not?cias para Podcasters

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not?cias para Podcasters

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

07:35 min | 10 months ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Hey this is chris. Jasper the icy brothers and arza jasper nicely and you're listening to a bowl of soul amidst to of sold music. Tell me that you own clear with meat. Action should speak loud and clear the it does. When i see you keep thinking be gave a fan. You nominee thank now out you. Thank you connect you view him. You said that you loved me. Where dummy dummy makes sense in you raining in france but i with the wbz with big meeting like joe benigno me. We passed you. Because i can say else. I'm going ahead and stains travel. I like that and you know. He packed a punch for two minutes and twenty six seconds. Listen support aston. Sorry austin king. This brother is a keyboardist drummer and a cool stick guitarist and this is a nice flow his song why can't use on all musical platforms amazon spotify apple music. You name it support austin king and make sure you check him out. He's on facebook. He's on twitter instagram. And make sure you go to his website. Ellen k dot bio forward slash austin a us ty n king music and this is a bowl of soul celebrating new r&b for twenty twenty one. I'm i'm feeling good about this arm. Be this year. I mean it's been off the chain good music coming up. Next new music from andre ward and cage on talking about casualty of love and this is a bowl of so hi. This is connie dawson. You're listening to a bowl of so a mixed to of so You see it's on. That's right monsignore alone with me sir ahead. Oh no only try and took yup all.

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Hey this is chris. Jasper of the is your brothers and jasper nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music lots. I'll anitta feel so moon suicides flew. Close you So off mark music. Rob chris jasper the way you love me. You can get this single on spotify apple music. I choose amazon and pandora. Make sure you go to jasper dot here. Now dot com the legendary. Chris.

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Now that was the gospel vamp on end of that song that would. that's so fly. I love that song. It gets me on my feet. From december of nineteen sixty. Five off. Of the charlie brown christmas. This is the apple. And you gotta get that album. I bought that album. And it's a classic album from the legendary visco aroldis and his trio and this was considered west coast cool jazz and we celebrate. Mr vince role. D.c for this sole christmas is coming and this is a bowl of seoul china. Get you on your feet. Y'all coming up next a legendary classic from a legendary man. Mr oldest reading talking about merry christmas baby love it. He did his version of charles. Brown's saw that he did in the late forties right here on a bowl of seoul. This is chris jasper of the icy brothers. And jasper nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music..

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"That's so sweet. Ooo. I like that song and you know, this was a b side and this song was number 9 on the R&B single start for 1966. Nineteen sixty-seven. This song was the closing track on Stevie Wonder's 1966 album, which was at the end of the year December 1966 down to earth and this song was co-written was with Maurice broadnax and Clarence Paul and it is best known of the four songs on the album for which song We want to received a writing credit, you know gentleman by the name of Ed Hogan of all music said that the songs dominant looping Rhythm Echoes the office tocqueville clock which gives the downtempo track a Melancholy late night Vibes. It does cuz it's this is a jam when you when you put the blue lights on and off basement. You know, I'm saying y'all know what I'm talking about out there. Those are old enough to know about the blue lights but it gives emphasized the feeling that the singers giving his all in a one-page chance to get the direct attention of the object of his affection. And you know what they say that just moved by the name of James Peron said that would you notice about hey love. Hey love presents a hint of what was to come and Stevie Wonder's compositions and performs. Ben says in the 1970s and you know, this song was number 90 on the Hot 100 but on the R&B charts, it was number 9 and I can see why on the R&B charge that thing I still to this day. I discovered a hail of on Stevie Wonder had this Greatest Hits compilation wage and he had this Greatest Hits compilation called looking back. Right and you know, I was just going through it listening to from the beginning when you heard contract on love and you know, all the early songs and then I discovered hey love and I was like, wow I said, this is a sweet Jam, you know what I'm saying? And you know, this song was done by that buy back event. It was a b side in April of nineteen sixty nine on the Cameron label and art Kelly. Like I said and Public Announcement did their cover version of hail of on there $19 off. Who album Born Into the 90s and it was number fifteen on the R&B chart? And this is a bowler. So we're going to give you something else. You know, Stevie was cooking with gas, you know by nineteen sixty-six. He was he started getting on a roll now. He did have a period where they weren't sure what direction Stevie off going to go in and then you can hear the difference between Stevie Wonder and 1962 to 1966 and Steve say you was getting on a roll from 1965 to tail end up until nineteen sixty-six. He was hitting him. He was hitting those charts hard coming up next on a bowl of Soul home. I was made to love her. And this is a bowl of soul. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the Isley Brothers. And I suggest for a nicely and you're listening to a bowl of Soul. A mix two of soul music..

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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stories a Boeing seven thirty seven passenger jet crashing into Ron killing all on board let's get more now from Bloomberg's John Tucker John effects they then the Boeing jet which was bound for Ukraine crash near terra ran killing all one hundred seventy six people on board this is seemingly unrelated to the attack from around a U. S. bases in Iraq Iran says early assessment suggests the crash was caused by a what they're calling a technical issue to get more looks at the London this morning in our studios there and Bloomberg's Chris Jasper Chris thanks for joining us let me start off by asking is it clear at this point that there is no connection whatsoever with the increased tensions between the US and Iran hi I think it's it's props to the to absolutely rule that out certainly the Iranian authorities of being at pains to say every indication is that this was a G. as you suggested a technical failure when they've gone further and actually said that an engine fire appears to have been the problem they haven't however said how exactly they know that mother was contact between the cult Peyton the tower for example before the crash sure rather in the dark as to why they've drawn the conclusion so quickly certainly there's no suggestion of flight into mountainous terrain because this was soon after takeoff it involved the Ukrainian plane on Iranian Wong Iranian planes of of suffered from them about because of a recent unison and how to broadband crush freckle but the airline concerned you craning international this is the first crash experienced crew the planes in the three years old so if it was a technical issue that in itself would would would be serious concern because you wouldn't expect to you know a plane that is three years old and and the house is safe to a good safety record the sim free seven eight hundred you know to be in a graphite this the house there is a video purportedly all of the crash that appears to show you a bright white object descending and then hitting the ground albeit one shots at night so it's hard to make out but the that that does seem props to show some form of a failure to fire that's how to shoot when there is a crash the go to agency worldwide as the NTSB even Boeing investigates when it's one of their aircraft how's the pro gonna work with this crash into Randell said the going to be complicated the normal investigation would be led by the Iranians but would include US authorities because it's a Boeing plane prop so so the French because the engines are made by CFM which is a vent joint venture of France's south from with chi so that might be a way out if Iran is intent on the vault avoiding too much US involvement that could get the French to help out okay very good and once again as we check all the free market shares of Boeing down about two point.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

09:55 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"This is of bowl of Sola mixed to of so music, this is professor t love cub in action, one more time ended in the month of may for may thirty first two thousand nineteen we celebrate here on a bowl of soul sixty years of Motown that was the temptations singing since lost my baby, which is a nineteen sixty five hit single recorded by the temptations for the mole town records Gordy label this song was written by two of the miracles. Smokey Robinson and Pete Moore, and it was produced by William smokey Robinson. This Saul was a top twenty pop single on the billboard hot, one hundred and United States and which peaked at number seventeen on the billboard arby's sales chart for this year this single. Peaked at number four and this is a bowl of soul a mixed to of so music, and we're going to bring you some more soul. This vocal group female vocal group, hominy soul from Philadelphia group, called the baby dolls singer singing, a song, written by Kenny gamble of Philadelphia, international records Fehn talking about, please don't rush me, and this is of bowl of so. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the icy brothers and Jasper nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul. A mix to of sold music. Giving us some nights, teen sixty eight soul from the baby dolls saga about, please don't rush me. You know, these girls were these ladies were based out of Philadelphia Pennsylvania,.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Celebrating the mighty. Dell's and also celebrating the Charles Chuck box stale who passed away on may fifteenth at the age of eighty four. A lot of your male vocal harmony groups stand on the shoulders of the mighty Dell's, you know, like the miracles the stylistics, too shy lights, attempt -tations and boys to men jagged edge. They stand on these men shoulders, and we celebrate the legacy of the mighty Dell's, and we celebrate Mr. Chuck box tale here on a bowl of soul. A coming up nex. This gentleman has been one of the pioneers in hip hop. What you would say the most one of the most successful rappers that actually got a major record deal for mercury records in the eighties the late seventies and early eighties and recently, he had heart surgery. And we're talking about the legendary rap legend Mr. Kurtis blow here want a bowl of Seoul. We celebrate the legacy of hip hop, and we celebrate Mr. Curtis blow here on a bowl. So giving you some AJ's scratch, and this is a bowl of soul. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the icy brothers and is ajar spur nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul. A mix to of soul.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now Toyota has Bucs President Trump's declaration that inputted cars that national security, the Japanese com. Ca says it sends the message that its investments on welcome and the contributions of its employees across America. Violate the company says it spent more than sixty billion dollars building operations in the country. This includes ten manufacturing plants, and in the UK Theresa May's holding more Brexit talks later to try and convince MP's tobacco withdrawal agreements, the PM says she's preparing to make a bold offering elastic tempt to get it through parliament. Jeremy Corbyn isn't planning to support and talks with the government of Brexit collapsed without a deal on Friday. And in endings news this morning. Vajna says that low fez that its new Austrian arm sent profits tumbling. It also full cost endings could further decline in the current twelve months joins a Kouris, if European carriers warning of tough months ahead, Yousef. Absolutely. I mean on that note, we're now joined by the Bloomberg European transportation editor Chris. Jasper Chris your initial read on these latest developments. Well, we certainly known that, that is being over capacity in the European market, and there's something of a fad. Well, going on Ryan ah usually size, just pretty well from that sort of thing that it's low cost basis to its advantage, but it's pretty grim this morning. The Shazad down seven percent, which is most in a little more than six months. And this is after all the other European carriers have reported and sort of told us that things about. So if Ryan is saying, then people are beginning to believe that we're headed for a really tough. Some are of the airlines, I've at least in terms of in terms of those falling phase and coinciding with tougher economic environment in your of course. I'm for Ryanair's rather, exposed to the UK, and we still have that lingering doubt of Brexit, sedately von puffing, something thirty nine percent in fact environment. So then they also saying that they don't have much V through into the rest of the year. That's, that's quite dramatic. The they've got a bit of an on fiscal year to be honest. They've just kicked off that period. They start with some season which is the high season which is why all airlines that prophet, and then the rest of the six months, the rest of the spent sort of diminishing that profit as Iraq up losses of the winter. So the two factors, head one is how much can they actually make in this family environment? And then how much are they gonna lose of the that second half made away? Does that leave them when compared to some of their peers it, you graphically and within the industry? Shad price. They're actually still out there. They turned negative for the today, but still outperforming most of their rivals EasyJet. Plus the network carriers. Why sorry whiz? However, are ahead of them based in eastern Europe have cost them. They claim to have a low cost base, it's really down to the cost base. If you believe that Ryan act can costlo, then you know, they should should come out of this having seen that profits diminished. Ultimately stronger, the problem for them as unionization, but she's beginning to eight into those margins. Yeah. I've city that was a big story. What about just lastly consolidation? In Europe is just gonna mean yet more pressure to, to cut the number of airlines have certainly we've already seen a winning winnowing out seventy eight has gone bust since last summer. Ryan revolt. We stood aloof from this, but they did join in a boat, louder in Australia, relatively recently, but they lost money there. So they say they're open to it. Whether they jumping again, we'll have to wait and say Chris has been great catching up. Thanks for stopping by to set Chris Jasper, he's Burke European transportation. At now, let's get the latest in global news has developed, Sandra Kilhof annual kicking off with the election supplies. Good morning. Good morning, Caroline. Yes ustralia as prime minister, pulling off the seemingly impossible, and winning reelection for his conservative coalition over the weekend. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has the latest from Sydney votes are still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison looks to secure a majority for his ruling coalition Marcin held this win. There's a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists said, consider this lost cause, but voters rejected the sweeping economic reforms promised by the labour opposition than Sydney poll, Ellen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Australia has called a snap election off the chances Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner this as a leaked video showed the right, wing, vice chancellor offering government con. Contracts in exchange for campaign funds. But with campaigning already underway Heintz. Cushions has raised questions about the timing of the video shortly before you elections. President Donald Trump has wounded Ron not to threats in the US all face ruinous consequences. He spoke to folks news amid mounting tension tensions between Washington and Tehran, just don't want them.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ever papal trip to the Arabian peninsula as he seeks to turn a page in Christian Muslim relations. He was greeted by Abu Dhabi's powerful crown prince, it's part of the UAE of tolerance and its effort to show to other face in the region a plane that was carrying Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala has been found almost two weeks after disappearing from radar over the English channel at private search sauteed yesterday morning and discovered the wreckage within hours the player and pilots are presumed dead and finding a group of lawmakers have submitted a petition to extend the presidential term to six years. This move would allow president tells C C to stay in office at least until two thousand twenty four lawmakers say four year term isn't enough for the president's mission. They says El Sisi pushes ahead with a program to revive the economy, playboy news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Listenable the one hundred twenty countries, I'm John Kerry. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks very much Leon we are going to delve into the European airline industry. Next Ryanair has reported a third quarter. After-tax loss of nineteen point six million euros that's down from the prophet of more than one hundred million euros a year ago. Speaking to a Bloomberg CFO, Neil Sorahan also cannot rule out further cuts to its guidance the trend is that firms are on the way down routed enough seeing down approximately one percent over that period of time on the same time last year that said we don't know what close in bookings are going to be like we won't get closer into the the summer, but barring fuel rising significantly or some of the weaker competitors going out of business. I think over capacity is gonna keep suppressed for the next number months. Right. Yes. Indeed. We've actually had have had two profit warnings from Ryanair recently. So perhaps not surprising. Yousef to see Ryan coming out with his third quarter after-tax loss in it is really capacity within the European airline space that seemed to be the issue essentially over capacity too many seats in too many planes across European skies. For more on this story. We're joined by Bloomberg's deputy editor for European transport. Chris Jasper Chris great to have you here. And it's great to have you here because I know that you're very much working on this story as we speak talk us through these figures out of Ryan, what specifically do they mean from your perspective or the figure, certainly not great. Versus around the large. You're really a prophet. This is usually a poor period for our lines. But it's particularly bad at the moment because of the intensity of the foul the Europeans seeing Ryan prides south from having the low fat Louis fares anyway surface, having to cook FAZ than profits, really disappearing. There are bigger issues behind this. Of course, though, we've we've seen the disruption from strikes last year. They're still grappling with what unionization he's going to look like, and they face huge implications for costs that pretty exposed on the Brexit from if there is a hard Brexit. They're worried about what might happen to the pound and how that potentially would really upset that UK market. We should have biggest market and the other big development today is that Michael O'Leary's effectively creating a new role for himself group CEO. Which may appear some investors who've been suggesting over the past year that perhaps he's time is up and he's been a little too long. It may need some new ideas. I mean, let me flesh that out with you and a little bit more detail. So I mean apparently signing a five year contract, Mr. leery running at least until July twenty twenty four covering the story for a long time over the years. I mean, how how does that square with some of the other structural changes? We've seen in this company over time. Yeah. I mean, they've always had a rather flat structure. It's been they've sort of you know, you might say the management structures are reflected there should should've that simplicity and low cost base in itself. They now say they want to be a little more like British Alley's parent g so a holding company that can have a number of airlines under one umbrella. It's hard to say a particular reason for that though, a low cost carrier unless she these to remove O'Leary somewhat from the fray, he's so identify personally with Ryanair for good Oreo that it's complicated negotiations with unions. And they're going to set up a new unit with a separate new Rhianna main unit with a separate CEO. They'll be also a CEO of the UK. A leisure Armando of the new Australian that they acquired recently. I mean, the the messages here right that there's overcapacity within the airline industry is Ryan doing something in order to cut down seats, or is it continuing along sort of the strategic on that it's already it's sticking to its guns is extensively at least expanding capacity. Maybe a little slower, but but it's certainly adding seats and adding route somewhere go it's looking at some basis and some routes, but it's still aggressive. It says that it ultimately is a winner in any of the farewell situation even in a recession as well. It usually comes out on top. But. The margins are so thin.

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"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Soul. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the icy brothers and is a Jasper nicely. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mix to of soul music. Well, they're going to do right here is go. One. To the kind of that. Because you know. Place. With all the things. It was when we used to say, I just. Just because sometimes I can move to and tomorrow. Place. With all the. Mike reminding. I want. Got him. To you. That's right. That's was sent to me this tomorrow. Roughing giving me some sweet soul new Orrin b for twenty nineteen James stay featuring on dri. Wheel of the giving you some of that classic rewind. Make sure you purchase this single rewind by James stays pretty hot. And this is a bowl of Soling coming up next playing you some new music from the undisputed truth talking about butterflies new music for twenty nineteen here on a bowl of so. Two. Driving into situation now can ever a office. Anal can hold my attention JOL Miot and easily Hugh. But. Shining privately shorter star. Rough. What? What? What?

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"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One hundred twenty countries, I'm John guarantee. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much Leon now Airbus has called the Brexit process. A disgrace saying no deal divorce could force the company to move future investment out of the UK CEO, Tom enders, one of the most outspoken business leaders on Brexit's slammed. The quote madness of Brexit is seeming the planemaker won't abandon Britain for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's deputy editor for European transporter. Chris Jasper very good morning to you, Chris. So this seems like a little bit of an escalation of the tone of Tom enders. Certainly Abbas was was one of the major voices earlier in the Brexit process in suggesting that you came on factoring could be at risk in the event of a hard Brexit, but they gone quiet for most of the past six months. We should make with them regularly. And they haven't got much to say in suddenly at a such a critical time tremendous has raised had to gain and come out with a warning that couldn't be clearer know. He's saying there's nothing that would that's tying to the UK in a way that means that we have to be here. And it's serious. We could move. We could move in the event of a hard Brexit. Yeah. When you talk to bankers when you look at finance contingency plans have been being made for a no deal Brexit for quite a while whether the expectations have ebbed offload. This is a warning about future investment has Airbus done anything already to actually concrete we prepare for a no deal Brexit. Yes. They have. I mean, the stockpiling the UK factories effectively produced the wings for all of the aircraft. They are stockpiling wings per se. But also parts that having to do that in mainland Europe. Because they don't actually have room at some of the factories and going to fly the may no mass if required, but that point is that that would maybe tide them over for a short period, but it's not something that they can carry on doing forever reforming thousand jobs at those UK sites. So it's a serious serious threat. Having said that the inertia attached to having such a big operation that's been built over the years and the expertise in terms of wing design that's located in the UK to so many aerospace industry means that although Tom and Izzie saying this to physically move, the whole caboodle. Elsewhere will be a heck of a challenge yet duplicating those skills just the physical assets, it'll be difficult. There are plenty places out. There would like to do the work could China has got an average factory and wants to perform some more technical operations. And they've already should have suggested that they'd like to make wings, but that would own. Serve the Asian market. It won't be practical to bring every wing back to to lose from China to the touch to a plane and more broadly in the transport industry is tremendous alone and making these sort of calls have we had similar calls from other CEOs. I mean, pretty much every CEO is said, look, you know, we're we're opposed to know deal. But Tom enders was always pretty vocal. I should say by the way that he stands down a few days after Brexit. So it's essentially a might not be his choice might not be his choice. And also, maybe it slightly easier for him to say this because he doesn't have to maintain those political bridges and so on he's going. So it's almost lashed and fire. A warning from someone is on the way out. Now, we have the chairman of the systems biggest defense company, a UK company speaking in Davos earlier this week to Bloomberg. And he was a little bit more circumspect. He wasn't making threats K company. So. They're not necessarily going to relocate, but he was actually giving tentative backing to the Theresa May's current deal, even though he was an arch. Remainer an isn't actually earlier in the process, he doesn't necessarily want to see the can kicked down the road and the whole of Brexit delayed, and he wasn't immediately calling for no deal to be ruled out seems to understand that that may be the negotiating process. Right. Interesting. Thank you so much European transport editor deputy editor Chris Jasper joining us in the studio. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg could Bennett stocks advanced in midweek, trading and corporate earnings will be in focus on Wall Street today Ford and Texas Instruments posted results after the bell Forbes earnings were up in North America. But down in Asia Europe and South America. Kevin Tynan of Bloomberg intelligence says that reflects the automakers strategy they talk about getting out of sedans and out of cars and refocusing on trucks. You just wonder how much of global platforms are going to be suitable for those sort of emerging or smaller unprofitable markets, and the answer is probably not many Ford posted a quarterly loss for only the second time in a decade. It lost one hundred sixteen million dollars, Texas Instruments profit topped forecasts but guidance fell short Intel and Starbucks opened their books today. Analysts are upbeat about Intel's results. And there are expectations that Starbucks will report a turnaround in its North American sales. But there are concerns about the company's Chinese operation. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. To be a successful entrepreneur the expertise of the best. And most prosperous entrepreneurs is a big advantage in think bigger real estate developer. Michael Sonnenfeldt reaches out to his network of entrepreneurs and investors to provide practical advice, and well tested strategies to God business founders throughout their careers. 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"chris jasper" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"chris jasper" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"I will. I it's funny because I I I do have one in the in the Bank that I'm using for right side. But I'll I'll do another get one up. I will definitely. On the bench it with things that I. Hey, listen. We gotta get we gotta get into some of your career because it's it was too to special to kind of overlook and my immediate question is right. You get to Detroit your rookie ninety three ninety four no cups there in a while. It seems like it's been a cursed franchise for a long time. And then in ninety four ninety five when I was twelve years old that was the peak of my van my fan, hood and hockey, I love the Red Wings. I loved is. And you guys got swept by the devils. I'm wondering what changed from that season? I mean, I know you didn't win it the next year. We're even I think the year after you did. But what kind of happened in that room? What changed after that sweep the devils that year? Why I think it was a progression? And it's one of the things that I'm wired is that a itself awareness and hard work. It's. If we don't lose New Jersey, we don't I'm not here with four. I don't think or were you win back to back. But I think it was a progression. That not only because the scariest moment wasn't when we're looking. I remember Chris Jasper, and I stand looking down the ice ninety five watching jersey left the cop, and could it be gone where we can't let that happen again. I know, you know, and that wasn't the moment where you buy you'd never get back. You gotta remember it's like a second year third year in the league, you know, mowing pretty good coming up at season and stuff. So we're gonna get back. It wasn't until the next year. We set the league record sixty two wins which broke him ever. And then we lose in the conference finals a Colorado where in game six club muted straight from behind. We end up losing, you know, fast four that's the moment when we look around and go holy shit. We may never get back in your on looking guys like Dino Cicero who hall of fame. Great one of my best friends so the day, but he was never able to look the cop. And so you it was just that moment of realize Asian. And then there was the whole way the moment, Jen, and you know, I'm biased because God chose me to star in it. But the opportunity was March twenty six ninety seven because of what had happened. But the biggest thing because when you hit and Draper from behind breaking jog raking his orbital ball, and you know, not apologized and said, he never air Kris, Draper, what we hadn't been Colorado throat years. I don't care what for your playing. What age you are? When somebody owns you. Somebody owns you. You gotta you gotta change that it doesn't matter. How what lovely? So for us winning that game was the most important, let alone, you know, getting back, you know, some revenge on the mmu but the game to win and the way that played out, and I pour everybody to go watch for video because you go Larry on up. Who one of the biggest pacifist and the game probably in the history of the world, right and Peter Forsberg Swede start going out. And I remember I'm inside blue item on the ice. And we're going to go, man. This morning with oak. They're not gonna hurt each other. But I know the muse on the ice by chance and push comes to shove I end up getting with a great called cock knocking down taking them over space face on the board. Goalies are fighting chance plan ballerina with Bob Bernie's beaten up wa you know, all this stuff going on. We got that revenge. Right. But we're down five three in the third. And then we tied up and yours truly the overtime goal another that that moment. At that moment. And it wasn't in the rink. And it wasn't in the city wasn't a state the country in the world. It was like fit even other planets now so the P redwing nation in the universe. Right. It was the proverbial rate..

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