17 Burst results for "Co Llc"

"co llc" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"PBGC. We talked with this has one point seven billion dollars in claims against Sears. Right. That is for liabilities that PBGC will, incur, if Sears does not pay its pension fund, but they agreed to the sale subject to the condition that I'm on other things that PBGC assume those severance reimbursement obligations and pay off the people that were laid off during the bankruptcy, and they also agreed to an unsecured claim against the Sears estate against the, the money that comes in as a result of selling off the Sears assets that is part of what is called a plan of reorganization. It's now on the second amended plan of. Reorganization and that's where we are right now. And the way in which that works in a bankruptcy is when you're in chapter eleven you say, hey, look, we're gonna come up with a plan to come out of the bankruptcy, and that plan part of that plan in order for the company to get a fresh the new company to get a fresh start. We need to make the creditors. Not whole but to get rid of all the creditors. Right. So we're going to satisfy all of the obligations against the creditors clear off the books, and that's what the plan of reorganization is meant to do that is the fight that is that is going on right now. And two days ago transform hold co LLC. Filed a lawsuit a declaratory judgment seeking among other things. A statement this is this preemptive that it does not have to pay the settlement, reimbursement obligations because of failure of Sears to turnover certain levels of assets. And then their argument is that, that reduces it dollar for dollar. In other words, Eddie Lampert, controlled ESL controlled entity transform hold co LLC is now saying it reserves the right not to pay the pension obligations of Sears employee's who were laid off as a result of the bankruptcy. Now put all three of these pieces together. What's going to happen? That transform hold co. Lawsuit names, PBGC, the allegations surrounding Sears directly implicate, the secretary of the treasury, Steven Mnuchin, the person now in charge of how strongly to litigate the claims against Steven Mnuchin. Any Lampert is Gordon heart agendas. My predictions are as follows. I think transform hold co LLC is not going to pay it's obligations. I think PG see is not going to get paid. Anything? They're going to get pennies on the dollar. At best out. Ultimately out of the Sears reorganization on Inc. Lampert and Mnuchin are gonna walk away with billions of dollars in assets. By the way, he BG see is going to get..

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"co llc" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"There's Mnuchin is not going to give satisfactory answers here. But there's more to the story after allegedly looting Sears is assets. The Lampert controlled Sears did exactly what we said, which was declared bankruptcy in October of twenty eighteen and in bankruptcy. Then the committee for Sears had a choice, right? They could either liquidate the assets and come up with an orderly way of disposing those assets to the various creditors of Sears, or they could sell them as a package. Right. And. Here we had a dispute between what's Sears wanted to do which was sell the assets as a package, and what the creditors wanted, which was don't try just liquidate the assets and distribute about. Ultimately after litigation. There was a hearing. And the bankruptcy judge approved Sears request to sell the assets to a third party inex- change for just over five billion dollars. You wanna guess who Sears sold the assets to? Cheese. One of Gordon heart Genesis, failed companies. Or maybe one of his exist will come I dunno. They sold it to transform hold co LLC a which was a wholly-owned subsidiary of any Lampert hedge fund ESL investments, so, yes. So let let let's just bring that full circle. We have the allegations that Eddie Lampert, a quite acquired the assets of K mart, in bankruptcy, at a bargain price used Kamer. This is from two seventy three used K mart to acquire Sears instead of strengthening mart became the beneficial majority shareholders of Sears sold off all the goodies from Sears. Drove Sears into bankruptcy and then wall Sears was in bankruptcy divest themselves of their ownership in Sears formed transform hold co and. Bought back the assets of Sears, in bankruptcy for pennies on the dollar. The, the few remaining assets that Sears has were approved by bankruptcy court for sale to transform hold co a wholly owned subsidiary of. Yes, L investments that Eddie Lampert hedge fund, so yes, the guy who owned the company took it into bankruptcy. And then sold the assets to himself, this should be the most basic kind of time, he stepped down from the board. When you're. Declared bankruptcy. Wow. And that's why all of the creditors. All of the creditors said, late can't Tom. This is this is ridiculous, right? This is the this the sale is being orchestrated to benefit just one buyer to make only possible for one don't did sell them off in bankruptcy, right? And pay us that way because otherwise these insiders are going to loot all the assets. We're not gonna be left with anything I'm going, there was a contested hearing. I'm going to upload the transcript I wanna focus in on an issue because this issue is going to develop in the next couple of weeks. You will see stories about it, and remember you heard them first on opening arguments. So after the bankruptcy Sears laid up on people off, this is not surprising. In laying people off it incurred certain severance and pension obligations in. Incurred as you will, see in the transcript, sixty two million dollars in claims for severance pay. Okay. Now again, that is in, in the scope of this, not a lot of money, but those are long time Sears. Employee's that have pensions who were laid off, as a result of the bankruptcy as part of the court approved asset purchase agreement. This ESL subsidiary transform hold co company agreed that it would assume those liabilities k it is section two point three k of the contract. It is called capital letters, the severance reimbursement obligations. Those were reduced as consideration for this ESL entity to buy it to forty three million dollars. All right. So already pension ease are getting. Seventy five cents on the dollar. Right. But seventy five cents on the dollar. I guess is better than nothing. And as a result, the PBGC that is at the time, the Obama controlled PBGC signed off on the deal. Now they had previously objected, right? They an upload their objection as well..

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"co llc" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Okay. Here's this is the segment if you're needless no post from the awesome Facebook group, we mentioned earlier jock indignation shutout. I'm gonna start with something. I posted regarding to our last episode where we reviewed the Bander snatch blackmailer beaned or snatch. Guess what? Netflix picked the wrong path mate because they're getting sued by the shoes adventure book publisher hid for this concept. This is kind of an interesting story. The company is called choose co LLC Vermont based publisher of the book series alleges the definitely the liberty exploited. The brand awareness of its book series to launch the show. The choosier adventure books, obviously popular in the eighties, nineties soul two hundred and sixty five million copies. According to the suit which seeks at least twenty five million dollars. Dollars. Damages. Here's what's interesting net. Flicks was in negotiations with chooser adventure for the trademark for the last couple of years. Obviously, you've got imagine they wanted to do this. They're like, we should probably talk these people. There was no deal, and they went ahead into anyways. That may be an issue. The other interesting to note Twentieth Century, Fox recently optioned, the rights to develop an interactive movie for the theaters from choose your adventure. And now this year, those rights will be owned by Disney for the theater feet. Everybody's averaged out they know they were they bought the rights to do a movie a theatrical movie. It's I'm saying like everybody would be voting and then. Maybe I guess you can have a little pad. Yeah. I don't know how you would do that in a fucking movie theater. Yeah. But they also they cite that the show the the film's violent and disturbing, and it's it's muddying their brand which is inappropriate for their young adult readers. You'll get that money. Well again, Joe Henry commented. I thought this is interesting. This will probably not go to trial. They're just suing for money to make the lawsuit. Go away. If Netflix takes to court, they will most likely win beating choose choose co. So yeah, the twenty five million is probably just to settle this. And I don't know if this hurts planes for eighty these. They just went ahead and did it anyway gamble gamble. Maybe nobody will. But can you really like that's patented like the concept you can own the rights. Right. You know it. It seems weird. It just seems like an open concept. I'm more. I mean, this is kind of funny, but the movie theater, how the fuck would you? Choose your own adventure. Hey, how would you make an emoji movie? Right. They did that. I don't know possible. That's not the same have to have like an app on the phone. We need to like it would need to be even more next level than forty x. Yes. Oh my God. It would be like virtual you interact with your like, and how do you come to a consensus vote? The that's what rug said you'd average that imagine like a VR using the Oculus of VR. Choose your own adventure movie. Like, you're in it. Yes. In a space where you can kind of move around and shit. That'd be fucking cool. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Moving on more episode. More comments from our last episode. A lot of comments said say just great, Chris Maron rights are our latest podcast elastic music from the captain marvel trailer.

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"co llc" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Media. Ryan, I watched bird box not your recommendation. I already know what you think of it. Yeah. Yeah. Because I had to tweet about it. What dumb fucking movie not thought? It was just fine. It was okay. It was far too long. But it was fine. It was well done. It was nice the length did not bother me the pacing. Did not bother me. The ending bothered me. All right. Is there wasn't one? No there wasn't. No, no. It was somebody posted. When I when I posted my tweet, they're like it's happening all over again. God. Yeah. That's actually kind of true in a weird way. Yep. So to cleanse my palate, I had to watch an actual good movie again. And I noticed the dark. Knight was on Netflix. So I sat back or myself a glass of wine and watch that soup-to-nuts again in man that has a picture perfect movie from start to finish. It is a good one. Isn't it? Oh, man. Go back and watch it again, if you haven't seen it in a while. He's ledger is just so God damn good in it such a waste and speaking of net flicks. And the fact that everybody has to sue over everything who did not see this coming. The choose your own adventure publisher is suing that flicks over banner snatch. Yeah. Choose co LLC the company known for publishing the chew on adventure book series popular in the eighties. Nineties is claiming Netflix infringed upon its trademarks, according to variety metrics did attempt to attain a license trademark in the past. Meaning there. Lawyers kind of went we may be treading on some weird ground air. If we try to do this technology and never reached a deal with publisher. So, you know in triple fashion, we can't do it legally. We're gonna do it anyways. And now, they'll get sued and probably give them a couple of hundred thousand dollars a day or other couple million dollars. I'm probably a couple of million. Yeah. Yeah. But if they wouldn't give them a license they had you know, they had to Bert it. They had the loss. They had the scooter it and just with Uber. It they won't let us do it. We're going to do it. Anyway. Damn it. They should have just Monday company. Anymore? Also back over on Netflix. I watched a show called insta- famous. These are like eight minutes snippets of influencers on net. Flicks. I mean on Instagram. Yes, Mula you sent me. A you sent me a note saying if I watch it remove any sharp objects from the room. So I decided just won't watch it you should watch one or two of them. They're they're infuriating infuriating. Like, what is the point? What is the point of this? I don't know it how did it get on Netflix? I mean you and I could have done something better with two weeks in a couple of cameras. It is terrible ten content. It is content. They need the content and speaking of content you're ever that show. Follow this Brian from BuzzFeed over on Netflix via gli. Yeah. They're on season three now, which I can't believe as season one was like two weeks ago. They've got an episode called scooter wars, and you should check it out because it's all in your neighborhood. And they rate they send out they. Send out a reporter and he wears his helmet, and he screens around, but he's scooting around on the boardwalk, which is I think pretty much where you shouldn't be writing them. Nope. And it's it's an interesting take on it. He's kind of a wishy-washy reporter. He doesn't really take a side, which I guess, you know, as a reporter. You're not really supposed to do. You're not supposed to that's the way journalism used to work you store. Yeah. And he tried to get an interview with vendors ender and got in touch with some of their their legal people and talk to a lot of people locally in the neighborhood. And there's one surfer, dude..

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"co llc" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Twinovation

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"co llc" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Here & Now

"Support for this npr podcast in the following message come from morgan stanley offering financial wisdom on the new morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic from npr on wbur i'm robin yarn i'm jeremy hobson it's here now and let's get the latest on tropicalstorm harvey which made landfall again today moving from texas to louisiana but there is some relief in houston the national weather service announced this morning that the tropical storm warning storm surge and flash flood watch have all been canceled there the storm poured nearly fifty two inches of rain east of houston breaking a record for the most measured rainfall from a single storm in the continental us joining us now is craig cohen host of houston matters on houston public media craig tell us how it's going there you still seeing any rain at this point or is it stopped i am so pleased to say the rain has stopped and harvey has left behind most of the greater houston region now that said the storm's moved eastward areas and far east texas including beaumont really took it on the chin last night and are still seeing some rain this morning in fact one shelter in port arthur texas that's about one hundred miles east of houston flooded around eight o'clock last night in people there had to be evacuated a second time i and the forecast now is finally looking really good we could still see a shower or two today but otherwise sunshine into saturday which is great news and what about the water levels around the city are they starting to recede at all while anecdotally yes but with a caveat first of all the bras us river in fort bend county is still expected to crest to add about fifty seven and a half feet tomorrow that would exceed the normal flood stage by twelve feet and surpassed the current record by nearly three feet evacuation orders have been in effect for large portions of fort bend county near the bras us.

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"co llc" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The hit man's bodyguard debuts at number one on the domestic box office chart npr's trina williams reports the action comedy earned an estimated twenty one point six million dollars over the weekend if not unusual for late summer blockbuster numbers eluded the hit man's bodyguard despite an allstar cast led by ryan reynolds and samuel jackson jaw the turns tough twenty seven times at seventy tonnes tried to kill me 2528 still hip men's bodyguard finished above mini industry expectations and only cost twenty nine million dollars to make last weekend's champ annabel creation drops to number two it's followed by new released logan lucky which also deliver several alist names including daniel craig tanning tatum and hillary swank dunkirk and the nut job to nutty by nature complete the top five list trina williams npr news some things ends different in london today people are no longer hearing the hourly chimes from big bent at noon local time any londoners waited to hear the bell toll a twelve time and the last time for at least four years that's how long restoration of the elizabeth tower will take this is npr news support for npr and the following message come from morgan stanley offering financial wisdom on the new morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Shapiro's astute reading of eleanor 's food trail testifies to eleanor his distaste for that official role the eva braun chapter here is practically the insane inverse of eleanor 's and every bit as a looming aiding since bronze existence as hitler's mistress was kept secret from the public she gloried in her private and very feminine role as hostess of the meals at hitler's mountain retreat were high ranking nazis feasted on the righteousness of their cause shapiro opens bronze life story with its chilling end late april 1945 when she and hitler were hiding in the berlin bunker where they would commit suicide brunt welcomed architect albert speer to the bunker for a frantic goodbye visit and is he recalled in his memoir braun ever the enthusiastic hostess ridi aided and almost gays serenity how about a bottle of champagne prayer farewell braun asked and some sweets i'm sure you have an eaten in a long time as shapiro says the guilt freeze zone in the heart of hitler dumb that braun helped create through gourmet meals held fast to the very end several times throughout what she eight shapiro repeats what surely is one of her life's mantras food talks but somebody has to hear it how lucky for us readers that laura shapiro has been listening so perceptively for decades to the language of food marin again teaches literature at georgetown university here reviewed what she eight by food historian laura shapiro coming up poet molly mccauley brown tax about poetry faith and disability this is fresh air weekend support for this podcast than the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It particular back in the day there no other people of color on set it was all white men laughing at this joke about asians and i remember thinking this feels terrible this feels wrong and um i don't ever want to feel this again and so i've tried my best to avoid the situations we're listening to the interview fresh air producer in rebuilding auto recorded with john show who stars in the new movie columbus after we take a short break we'll talk about his role as harold in the herald and kumar films this is fresh air support for this podcast than the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on our brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic one of your big roles was in that two thousand four movie harold and kumar to white castle i'm how did you come to get that role um that rule was based upon a guy named harold lee who's a friend of the riders and um they wrote the movie with me in mind because herald got mistaken for me all the time.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And are actually now helping make these choices to roll back the same regulations they had fought when they were on on the private sector eric lipton is a correspondent for the new york times based in washington he'll be back after a break to talk about some of the officials in the trump administration who are rolling back government regulations including epa administrator scott pruitt who take some unusual security measures while working at the office also david being coolly tells us about netflixing new marvel comics series the defenders i'm dave davies and this is fresh air support for this podcast in the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic in a businesses have long felt that you know government regulators don't really understand their industries in their problems and the value of the jobs that they create and there's this longer this belief that in a regulation is overly burdensome there's also this broader ideological notion that there is this administrative state this kadri of unaccountable people in washington who are out of touch and way too powerful a both forces at work here.

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"co llc" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Just by virtue of their very ideology don't believe that the government has a role in helping people access healthcare or you know forbid pay for it so i think that speaks to a lot of what we're seeing here that in the republicans they don't wanna have to vote on this pill and they don't want to talk about it and it is when it out of their life you know you guys know this better than i do but three words numbers numbers numbers president obama had sixty votes republicans don't have that that they don't need it either for leicester they've fifty vote others that are a we're going to take a break here and when we come back we will talk about the president's interview with the new york times and that clown carved people with ties to russia there was spilling out of a meeting last year with donald trump junior support for this podcast than the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic i'm when the home and i'm steven thompson there's more stuff to watch and read these days than any one person to get too that's why we make pop culture happy hour twice a week we sort through the nonsense share reactions and give you the low down on let's work you're precious time and what's nine find culture happy hour on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And so they're were very excited they're very excited when she was up goes they just wanted her to get ahead of the icu i guess our command johnny and emily v gordon they cowrote the new romantic comedy the big sick which stars camille we'll hear more of our conversation after a break this is fresh air weekend support for this podcast than the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic so in the film when you come out of the coma everyone is toe that you're going to be especially honest because of all the drugs in your system so is that of fat that means is that actually happen he asked that true it is also true that i tend to be a little little lucy greasy i'm quite informal with my parents i have a very i've a lovely kind of relationship with them bites i definitely had weird things like i thought that isis had flavors had different fruit flavors and i was trying to encourage people to try the ice in my room and i in my and the drink that i had um but i just was a little maybe saying inappropriate things all the time i mean that visit line in the movie where she says when she has the thicken liquid that she says it tastes like something that i don't want to name that something emily said well i said that yeah yy'all said that and the doctors said had said just say you know her seoul's social inhibitions are going to be.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It's really changed a lot i have a lot more respect for my body not as a thing that look sexier cooler skinny or whatever but uh as a thing that kind of carries me around and is a thing that i need to kind of treat with respect because it's a it's not permanent let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest sir comedy writers camille known johnny and emily v gordon and camille is also of course an actor and stand up comic and is on silicon valley in the role of deneche but but they call wrote the new film the big sick which camille also starzen we'll be right back after the break this is fresh air support for this podcast in the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members citric so in the film when you come out of the coma everyone is told that you're going to be especially honest because of all the drugs in your system so is that a fat that means is that happen he asked that true it is also true that i tend to be a little little lucy greasy i'm quite informal with my parents i have a very i've allegedly kind of relationship with them bites.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It took time yeah oh because i'm fascinated with where i'm at now um i've grown beyond it you know i've done it i lived it experienced it i learned to let it go which was a great learning spiritual learning exp experience from me as a person um and now um all this new all these new challenges the police new questionmarks all his new stuff i've never done um the fear the anxiety the excitement um the real let release um of it the way the new way i can approach it uh with with where i'm at now um that's fascinating to me now well i can't tell you how much i and fire you thank you so much for talking with israel have been great to talk with you thank you spend a thrill there's a new documentary about wendy waylon it's called restless creature in the fall whelan will tour with new works choreographed for her in a project called some of a thousand words after we take a short break but critic marine corrigan will review a novel just published in the us that's already won three major literary awards in england this is fresh air support for this podcast than the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcasts available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I was the only brown kid in my school i i grew up in new england's i'm not trying to say i don't want people to misunderstand me i grew up in a pretty openminded very welcoming place i never encountered any overt hostility but i was very much the obviously brown kid with the strange name and then i'm i'm booted out of sex at which only added to the tabu sexuality that it grew up with i was raised pretty much to believe that uh at some point my parents would find me a spouse and that in the meantime i would have no interest in girls or dating or sexuality and and for my parents to then deprived me of sex said was just one more way in which sexuality became this extremely abnormal uncomfortable and even i would say almost unislamic thing it was for other people that wasn't for us my guest is haroon mogul author of the new memoir how to be a muslim we'll talk more after a break and rock critic han tucker will review check the posthumously released album by chuck berry this is fresh air weekend support for this podcast than the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"But at the same time this other part of the social contract namely job security you know what you're earning um your benefit levels and things like that that was all a roading at the same time and so in a welsh came in an and downsized to a degree was shocking when he i did it and then that level of downsizing uh just became khanna normal throughout corporate america well let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest is rick words men he's the author of the new book the end of loyalty the rise and fall of good jobs in america we'll be back after a short break this is fresh air support for this podcast than the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcasts available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic were talking earlier about unions in how early online kodak didn't unionized because the workers felt that the benefits of kodak where we're good enough kodak tried to be on its own competitive with unions how is the union situation and for companies you profile changed in the past few years of life what is the importance of unions in those organisations now and how powerful are they compared to the power they had in the past.

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"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"co llc" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Thank you for doing that that sounds really chine if you're just joining us my guest is van and get an sees a singer as well as a banjul player and violinist who has was a founding member of the carolinas' truck dropped a sense done a lot of solo work she has a new album it's her second solo album it's called freedom highway we'll be back after we take a short break this is fresh air support for this podcast than the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is scenery annan gittens who also plays banjo and fiddle kazue and her new album freedom highway features among other things several original songs that are based on slave narratives or an ad selling a slave i'm wondering if there are any slave stories that have been passed on through the generations in your family stories that you heard told or that you asked about and find found at the answers to.

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