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"chrysler corporation" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"New Fords for you to choose from and you'll love the way we do business and treat our four donors at Southwest Want to save really money on your next new Ford. Then Dr West to South was Ford Forward Highway off Interstate 20 in Weatherford. I know this story for a long time, and I've done it on the show. It's less known by the public. Walter Chrysler was a railroad man. His dad had been an engineer when they lived up in Kansas. As he pointed out when he was a boy. He still had nightmares that there might be Indian raids into that Kansas City, wiping out his family. And he had one passion his life and are too Della on DH his tuba. But he became a railroad mechanic and back in the 18 hundreds. We think of going to work for the railroad to work there. All your life for you hope you do. On. But in the 18 hundreds Guess what? Sometimes you go to a rail yard where they repaired locomotives and everything else. And maybe business got bad And they just shut it down. There was no unemployment. No anything. So Walter Chrysler would grab his tuba and Ah, be a hobo on a train to another town where he was open. Final job is a railroad mechanic. Many years later, after he's already started Chrysler Corporation he and Alfred Sloane Who were good friends, Sloan ran General Motors. They had been friends because Chrysler used to run Buick. When he and Alfred Sloane would go on trips out west together vacations together. He'd go into towns and he go over to the water tower at the rail yard. And he looked to see if his initials were in the woods. And they often were Until Sloane I always came in a town. I put my initials on the water tower in the wood because of people in town were nice, and they would feed us. That's what I would do. And then Walter Chrysler, his biography said. Man Back in those days, you would go weeks, if not months without a job. And you couldn't be too proud to beg at the back door of a farmhouse hoping somebody give you somebody. Now. That's where he came from. His claim to fame. Walter Chrysler came out a Childress, Texas, He ran the railroad shop there, back in those days you bought your locomotive to go across America. But the rail lines had to have mechanics like Walter Chrysler, who could rework the machinery and get more power out of it. And the Children lot. There was critically important to the rail lines coming out of Dallas Fort Worth and all that because I had to go up into Colorado. So the locomotives had to have more power to deal with Rocky's, and that's were Chrysler's fame to claim went from there, he went to Chicago for the American local American locomotive company. As a master mechanic where they build them right the first time, and from there, he started looking at cars. I bought a car so he could tear it down and put it back together to see how they were made. I love telling stories like that, because every time we think we're having a bad day, because something didn't go right, you tell stories about people like Walter Chrysler. Was the hope on the rail yards between being a rail mechanic. I would often go weeks without eating because he had no money and the rail yard shut. But he became famous because he could make the locomotives run out of north taxes into the Rockies. And from there, he got in the car business. He died right before the second World War. Katie Keller. Was his handpicked, Ah, successor. And During the war. Chrysler engineers worked on the Manhattan project. Even to this day, their work has remain classified. So here's Verner von Braun working on our missile systems, and it's running way behind schedule and over budget. And so Eisenhower went Katy killer and said, I need you to take over our Intercontinental ballistic missile program and get it on track. And Keller left Chrysler with some of his very top engineers to go work on this. They're the ones that gave us the red stone. Well, actually, the intercontinental ballistic missiles they actually worked on the first ones. They were successful, and that led to the Redstone project, which put our first astronauts into space. And then finally, Chrysler work on the Saturn five that took us to the moon. So Vernon von Braun gets all the credit. But Things aren't happening exactly right until Katie Heller Chrysler Corporation, took his top engineers and went and got the missile program. What is less known as in completely unknown is even as we're preparing to go to the moon. We knew we weren't going to keep doing that. But we wanted the ability to go into space and return. Maur economically, and Chrysler came up with the first space shuttle. That is not Unlike what Elon Musk is trying to do today. A shadow older would he shot into space in the first stage would come back be recovered in used again. In fact, ah again. Chrysler built predecessors to the Saturn five They worked on the satisfied Red Zone rockets along with Boeing. They did the final work on the Saturn five but in 1972 All of the moon rockets had already been fired in space and funding for NASA was cut by the Nixon administration. And so they were talking about a single stage Earth Orbital rim reusable vehicle. And crisis booster concept for the space shuttle program. Stands for the man, upper stage, reusable play payload and the cargo on passenger carrying component of vehicle. If you look at it now it looks like a very It looks like a capsule with not a very deep area under as the primary thrusters to get you in space. Chrysler engineers prove that you didn't actually have to have a rocket that went five storeys in the air to do that. Now. They delivered the first Copy of its design in November of 69. The shuttle story had already begun six years. Earlier in.
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"chrysler corporation" Discussed on WTVN
"Tool in process engineer for Chrysler corporation at the time she eventually left Chrysler and returned to school to study the brain consciousness perception cognition intelligence and intuition in nineteen eighty eight after moving to lock in southwest Michigan she began teaching in a dilapidated old barn that eventually became lily hill farm the barn is now both learn a learning center in a busy bee and bee for fifteen years she was involved in scientific research and investigations into crop circles consciousness and plasma physics at pine lane the laboratory near Ann Arbor Michigan as the student and later the associate of Dr William lefty eleven good any holds a degree in humanistic studies from Wayne State University a degree in natural path of medicine from Clayton college of natural health and continues her research into consciousness and perception any Kelly welcome to coast to coast AM how are you I'm good I'm good and thank you for having me here my pleasure let's for those not familiar I I give a very brief brief bio of William left eleven good just tell us a little bit more about him he was brilliant I'll say that back he was in in many many ways he was way ahead of its time he started out he was a farm boy he got interested in forces and energies and things anything that added to it electricity magnetism eventually he went to school had a rough her name at the end buy it when he came to defend his doctorate that's when he ran and all kinds of trouble he really he had a problem and and I think that's why he went into science he had this job new issue people used to call it being tongue tied he got really stressed he would become mute and unable to speak at all and so when he was defending his thesis his doctor on one of the people on his committee very very antagonistic really jealous angry because lefty had figured out something that this guy had a fine to him and said why you can't get your doctorate unless you figure this out and it was a problem in physical science that nobody had been able to figure out for years and and learn good figured it out and this guy was upset and he went on the attack and left he became mute and then they refused to give him the doctorate and he was he was almost destroyed by he took that humiliation and said you know what I know what I'm doing I I've done the work I've done the study I can design almost any kind of a research project that anybody can even offering copper need and I'm just gonna go out and work and he did it sounds like based on what I've read that his introduction to crop circles was kind of serendipitous or accidental is wife was watching a TV show about them and she had him watch it something like that yeah that's true we have five name is Glenda and I think it was strange mysteries are unsolved mysteries a TV program and they had a program about crop circles soon and she said Hey last date this some down here you might want to see and because she knows that he was fascinated by plant he was a bio physicist and so that meant that he was interested in plants and seeds and it's not that kind of thing so he went downstairs looked at the TV said it wasn't worth looking at me because they didn't say anything scientific nobody could offer any kind of explanation and so he went back up to his lab but a year later they had somebody on that they had written a book hat Delgado and so he wrote to Delgado and said they have anybody looked at the plant if they happened I would be interested in so that started right there he started getting samples and controls and he started looking at them and why he found that there was no way that the kinds of changes.
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Waiting on line I couldn't get in the day the. along with them. it was during the signing ceremony for the Chrysler corporation loan guarantee act in nineteen eighty that some people believe was necessitated by sudden rise in gasoline prices and a shortage in gas supply when lugar told president Jimmy Carter a Democrat that he was grateful for the president's decision to support the new law which lugar called compassionate the act allowed Chrysler to borrow okay for a billion dollar federal government the people who were for it argued that it could save hundreds of jobs those against it opposed the federal intervention into the affairs of a private corporation and federal money being used to help bail out a private corporation lugar remembers his willingness to work with people of an opposing viewpoint in the context of his relationship with senator birch by the other senator from Indiana when luger was selected we had opportunities to. together very frequently you are votes were on different sides of the aisle but at the same time hi. the tracking I had a good who's your college. the things that he did were almost you know presidential level achievement political writer Brian Halle many of looters accomplishments are remembered well in retrospect though they were the cause of some angst at the time when he was a freshman senator he he basically structured the bail out of Chrysler corporation and when you think about that and this is in the late seventies you know think about were Kokomo would be with our Chrysler you know and all the billions of dollars of taxes they paid in payroll and everything like that so you know that that's an amazing accomplishment it is time in the Senate in the late seventies and early eighties was productive for a freshman senators says how some of the other things he did convincing. president Reagan to oppose apartheid in South Africa and that was that was huge it was a that was a real game changer he went to the Philippines and monitored corrupt election that resulted in Ferdinand Marcos being forced out of office that's presidential level achievement..
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The signing ceremony for the Chrysler corporation loan guarantee act in nineteen eighty that some people believe was necessitated by sudden rise in gasoline prices and a shortage in gas supply when lugar told president Jimmy Carter a Democrat that he was grateful for the president's decision to support the new law which lugar called compassionate the act allowed Chrysler to borrow over a billion dollars from the federal government the people who were for it argued that it could save hundreds of jobs those against it opposed the federal intervention into the affairs of a private corporation and federal money being used to help bail out a private corporation lugar remembers his willingness to work with people of an opposing viewpoint in the context of his relationship with senator birch by the other senator from Indiana when luger was selected we had opportunities to together Mar votes were on different sides of the aisle but in July and I appreciate the tracking I had a good who's your colleague the things that he did were almost you know presidential level achievement political writer Brian how way many of looters accomplishments are remembered well in retrospect though they were the cause of some angst at the time when he was a freshman senator he he basically structured the bail out of Chrysler corporation and when you think about that and this is in the late seventies you know think about were Kokomo would be with our Chrysler you know and all the billions of dollars of taxes they paid in payroll and everything like that so you know that that's an amazing accomplishment that his time in the Senate in the late seventies and early eighties was productive for a freshman senator says how some of the other things he did convincing president Reagan to oppose apartheid in South Africa and that was that was huge it was it that was a real game changer he went to the Philippines and monitored corrupt election that resulted in Ferdinand Marcos being forced out of office that's presidential level achievement.
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP
"On. <hes> oh how often how deep does the cooperation go. What are the commitments there okay for stone yet cooperation operation with the U._S. hasn't been vitamin since we begin independence we we we've seen so many different say U._S.? U. S. troops and use equipment and and and presence here throughout the years on cyber right now I would say that our corporation it's more and more practical pragmatic. We we have gone beyond this alone. Time we go beyond this just just political operation where we meet and just talk about things and said and save <unk> we see some texts from Russia doozy also summit Russia yes we do I mean this is all history Chrysler Corporation you and at the same time I mean this practical cooperation that goes with the U._S. and worked closely with they come in Germany but as one special has had a partnership with uh-huh Maryland since nineteen ninety three that's when the state body was established and the Baltic countries who were the first ones to that's tunnel set he's director of cyber policy at the Estonia Ministry of Defence. This conversation is very revealing early and enlightening and it's much more transparent than any other conversation that we've had with anyone in the U._S.. Or any other country around the world we're going hear more about the Maryland National Guard and its relationship with Estonia as we move deeper into the year but in the meantime that's going to do it for this. Week's program coming up on our next episode North Korea's launched more missiles and by all accounts Kim Jong Hoon appears to be continuing continuing to work on his nuclear arsenal. He's building nuclear arsenal to tell the international community indeed the United States and South Korea Japan that nobody should mess with US Bats Ambassador Joe DeTrani former U._S.. Special Envoy for the six party talks with North Korea..
Lee Iacocca, Titan of the Auto Industry, Dead at 94
"He was known as the father of the Mustang former auto industry leader Lee Iacocca has died as a child poor Italian immigrant I had coca became one of the most powerful and best known executives in Detroit he rose to become the president of Ford motor in December nineteen seventy after being fired in a dispute with the company air Henry Ford the second I a coca joined the then struggling Chrysler he helped launch some of Detroit's best selling and most significant vehicles including the mini van the Chrysler K. cars the Ford Mustang and the escort in nineteen seventy nine he appeared before Congress to ask for federal loans to save the struggling Chrysler corporation after the auto giant sound so failing with five billion dollars in debt his daughter says he died of natural causes I a coca was ninety four you're listening to USA radio news
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Get get today. Let's keep rolling. The Chrysler building is for sale. Everybody knows that the Chrysler building looks like even if you don't know what it looks like because everybody seated it's got that incredible spire that is just I think it's. You know, you fly into New York. Everybody looks over. They look for three things look for the statue of liberty. Which is hard to find. Because sitting in Hiber they look for the Empire State building. And they look for the Chrysler building. They of course, used to look for the World Trade Center where the twin towers were there it now. What's replace the just part of the all those towers, Donna, the lower part of Manhattan. The Chrysler building was built. In nineteen thirty. It was finished just in time for the depression the money for it was raised during the nineteen twenties. And it was built at a time in which there was a race to see who was going to build the tallest building in the world. And William William Chrysler who is the leader of the Chrysler Corporation took over the development of the building and finance his architect was William that Allen. And he developed this building that I think this is my opinion. It's all subjective. I think it's the most beautiful building in the world. What do you think is the most beautiful building in the world? You're going to say something like you're going to say something like really really really really really really really really really really really really really related gray. Paul Paul grand avenue. I we could probably go out a lot of candidates of the ugliest building the world. Well, the spire the there's well, I guess I'm thinking you mean the spiral though, there's five buildings into by the dot the skylight, and they're they're all modernistic. But I like about the Chrysler building is that for its time. It was very modern looking with that metal kind of expired that was at the top of a very traditional building down at the bottom. It's the I'm trying to think of the word here, but the proportions are exactly right with the large base at the bottom tapering up. And then that beautiful spire that just. The other thing is where it is in Manhattan right in the middle of Manhattan everywhere. You look you sort of see it as you glance over to the top because that's spire just stands out. There's nothing really like it. I think it's what makes the Empire State building. That has that long narrow spire in the tower on the top of that it makes it stick out and mix if anything it makes the building seemed taller than it actually is. I've never I don't think I've ever been inside the building. But I've seen photos that I've walked alongside and it just. The stone structure is just gorgeous at it looks up. It's so magnetic majestic I don't know what it looks like inside. And they say that they might not even get the kind of money that they wanted the sale because there's such competition for office tower space in Manhattan right now. There's no real, you know, the building may look beautiful from the outside. But there's nothing special about saying that you have your office inside. Talking to somebody a year ago his son works in the Empire State building. And I thought, wow, you don't actually think of somebody working in the Empire State building Eddie said inside the Empire State building. It's just a really boring office building there'd be this Cuba, regular officers said. I mean, it sounds impressive that you work in it. But if you're not at the top if you're like on floor, thirty four of the state building at a cubicle next to somebody else. You may as well be like us it'd be out here in greenfield right, anyway, it's a beautiful building. You look at the Wall Street Journal has a big photo essay Evan. Six different tiers were just keeps tapering up. And then the long spire toward the sky at. How do you value a building? I guess you value it on the basis of the reds. That's any kind of office building. And that essentially that's what it is. It's not a museum. It's an office building. What kind of rank and you get firm all the space. That's in there. Etc..
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Conditioning to boot. Right. They said they'll restore car stuff wasn't that strange. But here's the story they missed how about Carlos going chairman of Renault Nissan Mitsubishi still sitting in jail in Tokyo since he was arrested on November nineteenth? Although he's going to have his court date on Tuesday and the ramifications of that fiasco now again, I don't know. I don't know whether he did this or not all the things they accuse him of. I've noticed one of the first things that Geraldo Sakala who's now running Nissan in his absence since they threw him out as chairman. On the very first day when he told the media of goings arrest. One of the biggest things that he brought up where the houses in Amsterdam and Paris. He said were Nissan has no business. He's not been charged with that. He's not been charged with diverting Nissan's fund to buy homes because rotas first statement that day was wrong. The actual legal headquarters for Renault. Nissan, Mitsubishi is an Amsterdam. And that's where the apartment is Renault is outside of Paris. That's where his apartment is. Now, if you talked about the apartment Danna Rio or that eighteen million dollar home for no apparent reason in Beirut. You might have a case. But again, he's not being charged with any of that. Well that story got a bit weirder yesterday. Jose munoz. And if you're Nissan dealer listening to the show today, you know, who he is. He is the Joe Eberhard of Japanese automakers Joe ever hard for those of you don't know used to be a big player at Chrysler Corporation, and they were really pushing their dealers take for more cars, not that make it sell far more cars than they could ever sell. And he was pretty belligerent. If you didn't accept the cars, he was not a nice person. Well, Jose Munoz is that guy. I have never met a Nissan dealer that had anything to say that a nice about the guy on the other hand Nissan selling more cars than there had Burs fair. But there are people that sell a lot of cars and actually treat dealers and all that better than people like this in a case yesterday. Suddenly. Out of nowhere. He has taken a leave of absence from the company because you guessed it. He is a very tight close. Ally of Carlos going back. Jose started with them in Europe. And he went down. I think Latin America Mexico did very very well down there came to America got Nissan sales way up. But you know, it's I don't think people have a lot of admiration for you. When you get sales up, but you're doing it at the point of a gun. You know, I said old deal if you if you want to get in the car business, and they let you do it. You can sell a lot of cars if when it comes time negotiate cardio, you pulled a gun on people, right? Lot of people buy cars and pay more profit forward. But guess what your reputation be mud after about your first customer and some people with some of the manufacturers are that. Brutal. And this guy happens to be one of them in any case Nissan said he has taken a special leave of absence to allow him to assist the company by concentrating on special task arising from recent events. Yeah. This is what I love about PR releases and nobody asking questions. If he's going if he's being asked to concentrate on special task arising from recent events, meaning the arrest and prosecution of Carlos going can't you do that on the payroll working for the company? Do you really have to go home without any pay to help them out on something? They want help with. I think not in any case Jose was scheduled to be Nissan's voice of the Consumer Electronics Show that starts in Vegas next week and his appearance has been cancelled. I'm sure so he can sit at the house and concentrate on special task rising from recent events, but he was close to Carlos going again, if you wanna talk about the really weird story from last year. Okay. The guy running off the road going over curb hitting a brick wall. Looking like he didn't do that much damage. His McLaren to find out. It's gonna cost one point two million to repair it. That's pretty strange. I got the hover bike story. That's not strange. That's dumb as dirt. But the big strange story was Carlos going who at the time when he was arrested in November nineteenth was widely considered. The most competent person in the car business in the. World. The only person who had successfully put together big joint venture between Renault Nissan, and the only joint venture that actually paid off dividends of the last twenty years. And now he's lower than squat on the other hand for those Nissan dealers listening today. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Jose millennials has gone. He's on special assignment to sit in the house and contemplate what he's done. And I promise you they're breaking out the champagne on that one. Coming up next really car dealer is going to try and pretend they're.
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I I don't think I ever even went back to the office, and I had talked to someone it had been in the back of my mind before I got into television. I had been a district sales manager for Chrysler Corporation that dealer. Ships, but for the corporation, and I had made inroads about going back to work for Chrysler and Jack Lanza had already left. Jack was working with Vanson was an agent, and I think involved in a lot of other things and Jack, and I Jack also worked in the office in the Awa so Jack, and I had become very very close. And it was the Monday night after wrestle rock. Jack was on the road. But call me at home just to find out. You know, what happened what the finishes were? You know, how everything went, and we talked to not gonna tell them, you know, what had happened and he should want anything else. I said, well, I quit. And he started laughing in didn't believe me. And I said, no, I'm not. And he was like, you're kidding. I said, no. And he knew a lot of the back story. And he said, well, what are you going to do? And I said, well, I've already talked to him. You know, I think next week I'm gonna get together. And I think there's a good chance I'm gonna go back to work for Chrysler. And I said, well, what are you gonna talk to him next week? And he said, well, look hold. Let's talk when I get back to town. I'm coming in. I'll be back home tomorrow night, either Tuesday night or Wednesday night. I don't know if there was a day between and he called me. Night later late any goes, what are you doing for breakfast tomorrow? And I said nothing he said great. You know, you said we'll have breakfast. I'll I'll pick you up. And I I I can meet, you know, no, no, I'll pick you up. You said I'll pick you up six fifteen and we're a coat and tie. And I was like what are you not sixty? I'm not getting up ever anybody at six o'clock in the morning. And he said I'll be I'm picking up at six fifteen were a coat and tie because we're going to see Vince. And I started laughing. I said, Jack, I've seen you pull rib. You don't really think? I'm this dumb to any goes hang up you call north west airlines, ask them if there's not an already prepaid tickets for you on the seven twenty AM flight to the Guardia. And which I did there was a call Jack back, and he said, I told Vince you're available that you would quit and he wants to see you. So we did we flew out to LaGuardia. So a lot of people think that Vince that I was another one that Vince came in and just hired away it, and that's not the case, and we got out to York, and they had a limo for us to take us up to Stanford really got to the office. I kinda went through a bit of an interview process. I think if you will again, not knowing the order, but I met with like, Pat Patterson and Terry Garvin, George Scott, Ernie sculling after each one, they take me back out to the lobby then go in and see the next one was however the order it was like, I think everyone gave. Blessing and then went to the next higher up. And I think the last one I talked to who was Arne sculling they took me back out. And then a while I got called into Vinci's office met, Vince. And within the first, you know, two three minutes of of meeting him. You gotta said tell me about your mustache. And I was kinda like, you know, I well, it's bought my lip centered. I I don't know why you wanna know, you wanna know when I grew it and everything, and he came out and said, just so, you know, and I even think he said, despite gene, I hate facial hair. And and then he just stopped and looked at me. And I said, we'll I assume you're asking if everything else worked out if I would shave my moustache, and he said would you and I said, yeah, I would and that was it never said a word, and we talked for probably another hour..
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"People would pass cassettes two of the of the venom tapes. And I think it was probably made its way onto doctor demento at some point. But in nineteen eighty eight people within the auto community had found it so charming that Chrysler actually had but haggard come and reprise his performance, and that's the video that you would be able to see now the nineteen eighty eight. But had this is a later. Turbo. In cabbie later video made made by and for the Chrysler Corporation here. At Chrysler Motors automotive operations work is proceeding. On the crudely conceived idea of an instrument that would not only supply inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors, but would also be capable of automatic synchronizing cardinal Graham eaters, I'm surprised that Chrysler nobody ever actually created a part called the turbo. And cabbie later the same way that asteroids are named after six Pierre characters or something we'll haggard actually walks around. There's a diagram and actually transmission there, and he walks around and kind of points out different elements of the turbo and calculator though there there's a replica in that one. It's not they didn't build a turbo and calculator because son clear what a turbo and Capulet would do. Well, it prevents skim. It's that if you just renamed the rear windshield defrost her on a Chevy Malibu few rename that the turbo and Catholic it would not have the spur Ving bearings. On the panel metric fan and the Manny larger casing, and you kind of want it to be a black box, which just sits there. And has all those things inside of it. But all it does turn on a red light. If that in fact as late as two thousand thirteen Hank green famous youtuber, and I do not accept the words famous than YouTube famous youtuber vine star Hank green put out a video where he described the retro proto turbo in calculator. So it remains a kind of like a steam punk. It remains a sort of insider like nerd Nirj oak. But it has a lot of analogs within the the Saifi community which science fiction and actual tech. People used to kind of be the vendor is a circle. Right. Well now it is. But it used to be they were much more exclusive one another really if your actual type person, you sneer at the pulp science fiction. Yeah. Was was like comic book, kids stuff and tech people were serious scientists. And now all the people that are in tech and science now. All came up in a post science fiction universe, and actually Isaac Asimov was a biochemist. He he studied biochemistry before he started writing science fiction or or contemporaneous. And he was doing some biochemistry at one point in a laboratory, and he realized that he was working with a material that crystallized the second touched water, and he just sort of theorized. Well, if it worked any faster it would crystallize before it touched water. It would just Chris crystallized as it became as it got proximate to water, and he invented a new material called via Timberline, which then he wrote several science fiction articles about the style. Tim. He wasn't passing these office as journal article. No, they they were element is fiction element is fiction, and that that is true throughout science fiction. Right. I mean, there's a there's a term called trek. No babble, which is a term too. To explain all the different science that allows the Star Trek universe to work. I've been watching Star Trek with my son, and I find that I have very little patience for the trek noble is that what you're calling babble just because as storytelling to essentially days ex-, mocking something goes wrong in the enterprise in danger. And the ideas that we the audience are very invested in what's going to happen to all our favorites..
"chrysler corporation" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"S. seventeen after the hour DJ v. show Keelan Kerry schilling Doug Stephan people in, the news, that doctor who treated former President Bush had got killed on his bicycle earlier this. Week Dr Mark how. Do we decide how to pronounce his name is how Schneck I think right That's about right Schneck So he was targeted trying to figure does anybody know the guy that shot him? Hasn't been captured yet The chief, of the Houston police department art Vado said that he's confident police will be able to find this guy but Because if people were watching when he shot, him Right in. An intersection question I saw the yeah the video did you see any, of the, video footage of it or like the, you know the camera? Footage where it's they circled which one was which and it was just in broad daylight in front of at a stop. Light at an intersection with cars sitting right there it must have just been that's ballsy move and and for, the for the people sitting around. In the cars it's a horrible thing to witness but I do hope that they are able to find this guy based on having so many people see him Targeted he knows the trying to figure out why and right targeting Weirdness there are so many weird things happening weird. People weird events and it isn't just at its. Mercury in retrograde. Actually mercury hadn't gone into retrograde when that happened mercury's and retrograde now, as we all well know, tell that story later on the hour the fellow. That. Ran fee which was for Americans that. Chrysler Corporation is named Sergio I want the reason I'm doing, this I feel badly guys gone for, anybody and it. Loses someone but to go. Through an Italian name always like music Sergio Marchionni died sixty six he'd been the, one who really brought Fiat. And then he put Fiene Chrysler, together but he also ran. Ferrari the company has done very well but he got sick And, he died in surgery Guy was he had started his life and went to Canada learned all about being rich. Down French down Italian down but he really was. The guy he turned around he's one of, those people kinda reminds me. Especially in the auto industry there have been a couple of of really smart people over the years. From the days of Henry Ford takes a, really strange or special guy, maybe specials better than strange But there have been some people that have, run especially Chrysler that have I've, just done fabulously well There's a guy who was, responsible for developing the Mustang the Chrysler. Vans that became so popular he was the guy. That did the mini vans and now that I've gone through that whole story for. His name Lee. Lee Iacocca that was it have you ever heard either of you? Ever heard of Leandra coca? Do you know that name I've heard of him Yeah Business classes I. Took I we learned about. Him. Yeah, oh fabulous lesson in. Business and this guy Marchiani would be a great example of somebody who took something that was in just a. Mess They were in debt up to their next fee hours run like the Italian government they have new leaders every. Five minutes and, it had, taken before marchesoni came along in. Two thousand four they'd had, two or three different people running it the year. Before and they couldn't figure out how to do it they went chapter eleven. Play was they're worried about. The. Thing, it thirteen billion in. Debt they're worried about being able to make it work so that's his story to him in.
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"Lining up okay greg rate is coming up and he said the north south all star game it is officially along the state of indiana and she cannot have at indiana sports talk on friday and saturday nights if you don't have greg either hosting this show or at least being on the show in some way shape or form is jordan said contractually obligated so we'll have mr rates straw with chef coming up in just a little bit to talk about the north south all star game also on around the corner we'll have drew davis should teach dot com talking about indiana university basketball we'll check back with football i curt mallory and also coming up and it's very very interesting chance you may not know that name the role as an entrepreneur he's taken over the chrysler corporation and made that big and he's done a lot of great stuff there and he's just he's the staelens and indiana we'll be talking with poll masters also by the way he also drives drives too he ended up finishing twentieth in the track rains kentucky that was last night also the trinity race you on the monster energy rates tomorrow evening hanging here with us we got so much good stuff coming up river and you're.
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"Of the firing shocks the business world but it would turn out to be a boon for coca because few months later he takes over a failing chrysler corporation and leads chrysler from the brink of extinction back to profitability after all that drama henry ford the second retires year later just as japanese carmakers are making the future of american cars look on his unions are also creating dustups philip caldwell name to run for motor company the first non ford family member at the top for dessert a big profit in nineteen seventy eight but prospects for nineteen seventy nine aren't so good in fact they're downright scary on october first nineteen seventynine henry ford the second meets with caldwell the day that caldwell officially takes over as the to ride on the elevator at the glasshouse ford world headquarters henry levels with his new man i'm really sorry about leaving with all these problems it's an awful time and doesn't seem fair to dump this on someone else called doesn't take it personally well you've been through it all yourself i guess yes i suppose so but it was different then come even at its worst nineteen forty six we could sell everything we made but you don't have the market with the anymore it's changed on us at the dawn of the nineteen eighties a darkness falls upon detroit what was at the time of world war two the greatest manufacturing center in the world is now a sprawl of slums and shuttering factories in flint michigan where general motors was founded the company begins closing factories and laying off thousands of workers the city has miles of boarded up houses and businesses and moneys become so tight that the city's cut down on garbage collection in the very town that once prided itself as the home city of the world's largest corporation rats now outnumber humans hey a.
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"The warriors with scott alexander can the pelicans shock the world and come back to win the series i think that's a foregone conclusion hoping not necessarily thinking that's going to happen bobby you'll get to your useless tidbits of information overall in a few moments but what happened on this day may may seventh yeah so what then you acknowledgement happened on may seventh so you're more you know i always got positives and negatives i guess so may seven of one negative in nineteen thirty nine germany and italy announce a military and political alliance known as the rome berlin access you know you had to allies versus the axis powers so that was definitely a negative but it didn't work out so well for the germans in towns because about six years later even before that for the tallies but for the germans nineteen fortyfive germany signed an unconditional surrender at ally headquarters in rams france and it is rams it's r a g i m s pronounced rams france ending its world world war two so listen if you want to be the best you got to beat the best and the access were not the best whether the japan italy germany all combined they were not better than the allies you might win a battle the kenya win the war and that was not the case they came together mussolini and hitler back in ninety thirty nine thought man you know we we we got a gone but within six years before that we missed mussolini but what hitler not so fast as germany surrendered a nike forty five now on a business side i didn't realize this you know things change and mergers occur in the business world in nineteen ninety eight i kind of remember this happened the parent company of mercedes benz which is old school german german company you know they had mercedesbenz bats back in hitler's days like volkswagen and all that stuff so the parent company mercedesbenz agreed to by the chrysler corporation for more than thirty seven billion i didn't realize that i remember when it occurred but it happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety two decades ago that wasn't that great when.
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"Bar dangerous women the drug addicts all over the place anyway those days are long over right wrong worst now today but here we are camera harris whoever she is they think she's going to be president joke's on being an elevator with trump says there's one of us have to come out alive that would be the end of a career for any white male now imagine obama's president and a would be whatever goes on a radio tv show and someone says if you go in an elevator with plumber does one of us have to come out alive you must apologize you must step down and who's ever show it was on boycotts city out of business but no what is this two separate rules here yes why why i told you why because five people are the czars of advertising in the media they're called ad agencies they are the czars of which shows live in which shows die now i'm gonna ask you something why have you never heard of that on my show for dodge i have a dodge health tat which was pulled off the production line two years ago by won't say who wanted the top people in the chrysler corporation loves my show but they won't advertise and i ask why the the agency controls what shows we go on now i'm to ask you something how many progressives drive dodges zero how many progressive progressives drive cadillacs zero they listen to my show i should have cadillac i should have dodge i wouldn't want sabah.
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"Putting a conservative twist on the health insurance program for the poor and that could certainly be one way but we've got remember everything in the senate most everything in the senate require sixty votes that means at this point we have a fifty one forty nine a republican majority at least nine senate democrats to get on board with any sort of proposal uh you can you do have a republican leaders do have this reconciliation procedure always in their back pocket provided they get a unified budget together get unify goals problem with that is those measures can only be used for measures that affect had that had budgetary effects and whether that as a budgetary extent i'm not a parliamentary expert but it could certainly be up for debate okay let's see what our viewers have to say deal in missouri democrat you're up first morning good morning no i got a couple of things ah i work for chrysler corporation uh from sixty eight to 1999 and whenever my social security kick them whenever i was sixty two i had to take a thousand dollars away from or they took oh with thousand dollars away from my chrysler pitch and and then they paid mine medicare and i'd say medicare bush i'd work for thirty one years through chrysler corporation and i'm still losing a thousand dollars through medicare my other issue is all the immigrants stood at the man cents ninety nine war since the 70s whenever i was working uh how much deterioration has that done to the entitlements to the people who is retired now gives like i look the other day on tv and they said at t boeing all these other companies.
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"With it because he finally got somebody in their this doing some pretty economy that's why you should agree with it why would any what did trump do or what did obama do for eight years he he dry we were losing seven hundred thousand jobs a week as i recall it maybe a month when obama came into office he ran her a that around to where we were 9 we gained over one hundred thousand jobs him all day every single quarter of every single year of the of the of the last seven and a half year a aberration he put argued ronnie back together the enemy lasagna as for the united states i'm sorry i can't hear you would not allow from here on the barack obama did uh the largest middleclass tax cut in the history of the united states now he's koonko sean he save chrysler corporation he saved general motors corporation he went from eight hundred thousand jobs a month being lost to hundreds of thousands of jobs a month being created he actually created jobs at a faster rate than donald trump is taking credit for right now although donald trump shouldn't be taking credit for it because he inherited the economy the obama gave him which was working a he increase graduation spend any cut the cost of student loans obama did he strengthen the hate crime laws john cordoba care act he expanded the children's health insurance program which by the way the republicans just killed you're looking at nineteen million children who won't have healthcare over the next six months as a result of this program just so they can give more tax cuts 2 billion ahsan multimillionaires uh barack obama and forced expanded the info a child labor laws republicans are hate that and how are you uh to wall street he got through the doddfrank bill he gave reforms could it could the way that we interact with credit cards he stopped predatory lending soldiers he stopped aid stopped unpaid stoploss time for soldiers increase veteran's administration spending he stopped torture he he did equal pay for women and just goes on and on paul thanks a lot for the call boorda back with you and a cherry and allah true of florida my senator currently lack uh latch uwe okay so what's up am i think he just answered my question with the last caller i was kind of confused about.