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Native youth talk about struggles of mental health issues during COVID-19
"This is national native news I'm Antonia Gonzalez native. Youth are warning US lawmakers in the midst of the COVID, nineteen pandemic Indian country is struggling to combat mental health issues, which can lead to suicide correspondent. Matt Laszlo has a story from Washington suicide rates in substance. Abuse problems in Indian country are always alarmingly high, but officials fear big spikes during the pandemic. That's in part because these summer months are usually marked by important native social events like powwows or canoeing few friends just to name a few. But most social gatherings are now canceled. The TASHA Gonzalez of California's Bishop Pie tribe is with the unity mission. Feels like. Has Been. Under all this in many younger travel members are confused especially, because many tribal communities haven't seen any coronavirus cases yet, Margot Vonda as a youth leader with twenty, five, hundred, twenty five. So it's been really tough time for them to grass that sort of new reality of staying home to keep safe from a threat that they can't see. Cutty Miller's CO president of the National Unity, council, he's a member of Washington State Swish Indian travel community, which he describes as a small tribe in a small town or their stigma, already surrounding people seeking mental health services. Part of it I think would just be like education. Everybody advocating that you don't have to go. You don't have a problem to go to the counselor. That's Miller and the others are asking Congress to increase mental health funding in the next corona virus stimulus package. For National Native News on that Laszlo in Washington the Executive Director of the National Council of Urban. Indian health says urban Indian centers have been hit hard and have many unmet needs to address Cova Nineteen Francis Curvier recently told the U. S. Commission. On Civil Rights, the federal government is failing in its obligations to native people living in urban areas despite the government's failures are facilities have done everything they can to keep their doors open for the patients who rely on them with or without the pandemic. She says urban Indian organisations were recognized by Congress in the nineteen seventies to assist with healthcare needs of native people living off reservations and native people who lack insurance often rely on. Others crea says many centers have not been able to keep up with the pandemic loading tests, equipment and other resources and funding, and does calling on the federal government to uphold its obligations. Leaders of the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw nation say more dialogue as needed on potential impacts of the mcgurk case, the US Supreme Court recently ruled. Congress never disestablished the Muskogee creek reservation, affirming reservation boundaries, which has led to tribal state and federal jurisdiction questions in a joint statement Monday. The tribes committed to more discussions with stakeholders and the public. The leader say the path forward requires collaboration. Collaboration with the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw seminal and Muskogee Creek nations. The statement follows proposal from Oklahoma's attorney general last week involving jurisdiction in a video message to tribal citizens, Cherokee, nation, principal chief, Chuck Hoskin Junior, said he spent the day listening to citizens and leaders, none of the leaders of the five tribes support eroding sovereignty or turning back the recognition of our reservations achieved through mcgirt. This isn't a stork ruling for Indian. Country and we would never ever undermine this monumental decision. On those points, we all agree leaders at the seminal Muskogee Creek. Nations were quick to disapprove of the state's proposal Friday and called for meaningful government government discussions. I'm Antonio
"co president" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"The other didn't say something we'll talk soon. Espn were great partners. With us there was in the context of maybe. It was him Riddick who were tried to have. It sounded evasive. Like where did all those free people come from Fox array partners next yet you will he credited Because one of the analyst asked about you know why why there were more subscribers or why there was a higher number than last year which we talked about as mostly free he credited in part to the presence on Fox with US talking about was that debris is given. I don't know if they were. They got up a rights before. Or what but twenty two hours of w library content is appearing. I believe F F S One and ESPN ran out of like three wrestlemanias right. Yeah so there's that there's that he's kind of justifying that maybe that helped wrestlemainia and The qube show sending the Qube show the the the the They did a lot. They did some features with some profile pieces of a female superstars. Right on Qube. Yeah I I think the ESPN nfs one but especially the ESPN wrestlemainia replaced. Kind of jumped out to me as maybe if they were. I didn't watch them on. Espn but if they were pushing hard sign up for to watch this year's free I actually see that being enough of a difference maker given the numbers. Did that might have been the reason that so many people signed up for free which then is interesting do they let that rollover do they end up getting because of these old wrestlemanias at the aired lapsed fans who tuning espn because there was nothing else on to watch and then they actually confirmed them to pay network subscribers. And that actually. Who is the network subs in a way that would not have happened without covert nineteen and thinking about the idea of espn airing some other wrestlemanias? I mean that that could actually be a lasting boon to the network numbers if they can retain those people going forward when there's not a lot of options out there otherwise yet from what I heard the ESPN The wrestlemainia broadcasting. Espn WERE TO TO SOME PEOPLE. That looks like You know it looks like it was A. It was an ad by or that there was. There was a lot of Wrestlemania promotion for those along with the with airing him Wouldn't that be something if networks subs are higher than anyone would have guessed in January if you were to project for June and they ended up higher than you would project simply because they ended up capturing a lot of people through those espn broadcasts broadcast right over. Yeah and there. There is some information about what we to to network sub numbers. And it's we get the number at the end of the period which would be March thirty first and then in this case when we also get the average number but they also share the day after wrestlemainia because that is the peak and I think that the number on on March thirty first is one point yet. It's about one point five million almost exactly and then by April six. It's one point six million so it looks like they did acquire a lot of a lot of not just paid but also free subs after the quarter ended. Yes so if there's five hundred thousand almost five hundred thousand free subs. There's a lot of churn a lot of cancellations but if two hundred fifty roughly thousand of those people would not have come on board because of the cross promotion with one in ESPN and they retain a third of them. I mean that's another. That's another increase that they would not have gotten otherwise without having to kind of think creatively right. So I've got on March thirty first one hundred one hundred forty nine thousand free subs on the thirty first by April sixth. Four hundred seventy six thousand three subs. So that's what that's over. Three hundred thousand free subs within six days and you would have projected what based on past patterns a half that That is a good question. forty six compared to two thirty three looks like last year. Yeah yeah so I mean it's it's basically I mean I can imagine. I can look at these numbers in understand that Vince wasn't putting on a gigantic show of optimism that he actually probably walked in. And please correct me if you think I'm wrong. But he probably walked into this feeling like he had enough good news to deliver after a pretty rough week for him with the xfl. Bankruptcy the whole mocking of the essential business thing the controversy of shutting down the tapings and being portrayed as this madman making these rash decisions impulsively and then you know the xfl lawsuits and then all the cutbacks in the bad pr and then he shows up here on. Thursday April twenty third and just creates the sense of a steady captain steering a ship with record revenue in these TV deals kicking in and a number he can brag about somewhat deceptively. But there's some good news in that even even with so many being free. I mean I can understand him showing up thinking I have enough good news to deliver with a straight face yet. No I think absolutely in this. He's talking to the investment community and the the after hours trading. It bears it out that you know all those you know bad stories that you just went over those are things that people like you and me and maybe the people listening care about but You know the investment community cares about whether or not you met the financial. You know targets that you said you're GonNa meet and in fact. They withdrew the targets that they said they were GonNa meet and they still exceed the earlier targets. You know so they. They did better financially than you would have expected them to do even if you held onto the projections that they gave earlier. So they're doing well and ultimately this is a company that's buoyed by enormous. Tv rights fees. That the India deal is GONNA KICK IN IN Q. Two that's a one point. Eight x increase will lifetime of the deal. They're going to continue to get escalating fees from Fox from NBC. You and He he gave some reassurance that the Saudi money for event number two and two thousand twenty is going to be there. One way or another whether it's in this year or not and There was a question about whether twenty twenty still going to be a record year for profit for W E. And Frank Riddick declined to say because that was too much guidance which they don't want to give right now but I but I think it very much is going to be still. They're going to break the Prophet records for twenty twenty even if they run no more live events for the rest of the year. You know just because this is a company that's creating content and delivering eyeballs in getting a ton of money for TV rights. Forgive me if I asked us in a different way in. Your answer didn't register with me. When they gave their they gave their original guidance on what they expected you want to do then they revised it down and then they exceeded the original estimate. Yup Yup so they gave an estimate of sixty to sixty five million than they said we withdraw but any they're not giving any any like any revised drew it. Yeah and the the exceeded what they originally projected. And I think I asked this but I'm GonNa ask it in. Maybe you're GonNa be the same answer. Maybe it's slightly different question. But how how can they be wrong on that? What unexpectedly went better than what people whose job because some of these numbers are fixed. Tv rights vs fixed. Is it just network subscribers? Were better or was it the slashing of the expense for a couple of weeks going live on the road like what could lead to a greater profitability than what they would forecast considering. Some things just aren't very just don't vary very much. They're baked in and predictable. Numbers right good question so there. They gave that number that sixty or sixty five million at the q four call in February February. Sixth and think about what? What are the the more? The more variable finances that they have Maybe media in in sponsors is probably a little bit volatile in in WB. They did pretty well. They said that I think they're going to experience. A decline in future quarters a related to covert nineteen because the demand for advertising has fallen off. Yeah they said they didn't see as much of that in in Q. One but but yeah that that could be a a an area that performed better than they expected. Maybe they were able to do better sales than expected for us. One of them Wrestlemainia. What happened in Q? Two but maybe in in q in q one they did better than expected for media ads and sponsors perhaps the Saudi Arabia event was more profitable than the expected. Is that as a huge piece of revenue that I think is worth somewhere between. Fifty and sixty million dollars on. Expenses just may have been lower than they expected. Certainly well if you if you think about They they had to do half of March not running at sports venues so that was probably a lighter expense. They may have You know they may have just had lower expenses because they had to run two weeks of you know no no no sports events just doing it out of the PC that had lowered expenses Tom Ahead. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Those are things that I wonder about. Thank you for listening to the weight. Keller pro wrestling podcast. Be Sure to subscribe. Also if you haven't yet subscribed to the weight. Keller pro wrestling post shows. This show the PODCASTS. Have our blue logo the way killer pro wrestling post shows? Have our red logo just search Wade. Keller and Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to pro wrestling podcasts. And Click subscribe to the Red Logo. And you can download our raw smackdown. Eighty W and sometimes exte- Po shows. I'm joined by a CO host to ask different perspective to the analysis for the show where we talked to live callers onsite correspondence or in the.
"co president" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
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JPMorgan CEO Dimon has emergency heart surgery
"Finally we have a big story in the world of finance JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is in the hospital after emergency heart surgery to treat an acute aortic dissection here with more as Bloomberg stock Chris there in New York it's a serious condition involving a tear of the large blood vessel branching off the heart JP Morgan said it was caught early and the surgery was successful J. P. Morgan is placing co president Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith in charge during Dimon's
Hotel Bel-Air unfairly refused to rehire workers after renovation, judge rules
"To to judge judge ordering ordering the the hotel hotel Bel Bel Air Air to to re re hire hire former former union union workers workers who who lost lost their their jobs jobs more more than than a a decade decade ago ago with with the the establishment establishment close close for for a a two two year year renovation renovation many many of of the the workers workers would would go go back to work at the Bel Air do not your local eleven co president Kurt Peterson contends the hotel did not hire the workers back when it re opened because it wanted to keep the union out and an administrative law judge agrees a ruling says the employer offered clearly preposterous reasons for not re hiring union workers it cites overwhelming evidence of discrimination and orders the hotel to give them their jobs back and compensate them for lost earnings and other benefits in excess of seventy five million dollars or more and every year that goes by we're looking at another ten million or more dollars at the hotel these workers for what they've done a hotel spokeswoman tells the LA times they will appeal to the national labor relations board and believe they will be vindicated once the entire legal process is
"co president" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Here local eleven co president Susan Monado announced a tentative contract agreement the democratic debates scheduled for Thursday December nineteenth Los Angeles is workers including prep cook Angela Fisher get a twenty five percent raise over three years and a huge cut in their health care premiums the wages that I was getting caused me to be homeless and so that caused a big struggle in my life Warren join the workers in LA to celebrate insisting this was not about boosting her campaign with union members and in the California primary care for myself I'm here for the people who do the hard work every day to make this country work it's time for them to get the wages they deserve the benefits they deserve and the respect they deserve but it's unlikely these workers would have won this deal without the pressure applied by the Democratic Party so we can hold Thursday night's debate don't solve it the C. B. S. federal judges refused to order were to re classify its drivers as employees rather than freelance workers most drivers and hope the re classification would happen under the state's new law affecting gig workers the judge's ruling means the company won't have to take such action at least for now but he also left the door open for drivers to keep pressing this issue in court case CBS news time nine thirteen two minutes from sports I Capital One you can open a new savings account in about five minutes and earned five times the national average thank you with Capital One means five times the savings to help pay for your perfect honeymoon.
Democratic debate expected to be held after unionized Loyola Marymount workers reach tentative agreement
"Well Thursday's democratic debate the last one of the year and the only one in California is on for Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign says the presidential candidates helped broker a deal to settle a campus labor dispute to clear the way for the way for this event this presidential debate was already moved from UCLA because of a labor dispute there and then senator Elizabeth Warren led a boycott joined by all the other candidates because Loyola Marymount's food service workers couldn't get a new contract from French management conglomerates a deck so until unite here local eleven co president Susan Monado announced a tentative contract agreement the democratic debates scheduled for Thursday December nineteenth
A truce is reached in the US-China trade war
"The trade war between the. US present. China finally be ending the two sides of announce what's been described as an outline phase. One deal Washington has celebrated it. Beijing has been more muted. But but how long will this last will join me in the studio to discuss this China's specialist and former Reuters editor in chief David Schlesinger. But before we begin Monaco's Andrew Moolah sat down on a little earlier with the former Australian prime minister and President of the Asia Society Policy Institute. Kevin Rudd to his take on the US. China feud to be fair to President. President Trump He is Response to China in pot through the trade war. An impact through other instruments of policy have caused policy and political leaders in Beijing to sit up and take notice and it may have been as a consequence of Chinese policy overreach in a number of areas that the great American beer has finally awaken Being Awoken from its long hibernation in terms of what's scene unfolding and Water East Asia for quite a period of time although it remains for me completely unclear as to what the actual content of the future of American Grand Strategy Strategy in response to China's rise might be America at President in my judgment has an attitude about China is yet to give evidence that it's got a strategy for dealing with China China Xi Jinping's China has become much more assertive about its national security interests. It's view you all of its international economic engagements and the prosecution of that's called it China's understanding of its iron value system in the world. And you can see the influence of that through the various instrumentalities for example the United Nations and the Britain would system excetera in other words China's political economy the entity itself. There's no longer contained within its borders Because of its she is size. It's now seeping out big time into the rest of the world so China has been the Dynamic Mc if you lock in the last decade America has been somewhat static preoccupied with A combination of the financial crisis as well as the rolling wars in the Middle East aced. So structurally we now appear to be in an increasingly fractured world. Xi Jinping is reported to have said in the pulp hero earlier in two thousand nineteen gene We should be prepared for thirty years of struggle now with America eating the Chinese ten dolgin which is time which we hadn't heard in Chinese politics much since since the cultural revolution. It's now back. And so I wish I had happier tidings for you to say was heading in a different direction but I'm trying to be realistic about. He occurs within this wide debate on economic decoupling between the United States in China which the trade war is just one pot and depending on what element limit of decoupling in reality of perception. We're looking at The answers are uneven on trade. That's clear about it for China. The trade sector of the economy economy is thirty six percent of GDP America's twenty six percent of GDP for China. It's a half trillion dollar trade for the Americans one hundred fifty billion dollar trade so for China it actually has macroeconomic consequences lodge than it does For the outed states. Which is why our friends in Beijing? Whatever the public rhetoric would like to see this thing put to bid did but so does the trumpster is well because markets Markets will knock him down this ously If we go into the New Year without trade trade deal which is why I've said all year they'll be one Christmas. I was Kevin Rudd de the Foam Australian Prime Minister and Co President of the Ages Society Policy
"co president" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Adorn show this year Suarez is celebrated his seventieth year in Co President of Smarties Candy Company more about what the future holds for my favorite is told us when he showed the brain your brain and a portion of it was smart as he saw that righty thank you this is a true family run business right so give and Father Edward D. came over to the United States by boat and started the business right here the act like their American but they're not anymore why did you stay it's so comes into the office nearly every single day so it's a family tradition that it is our honor to continue we're actually fifth-generation candy makers yeah so it's really important for us to continue our families it's different we're never going to do that that that now you guys may be old so while we are still in this stall gic and iconic candy we continue to stay fresh in consumer because we are fat free and gluten free top Allergen free peanut free Chris Christmas gift wrap and the one day that he had off was Christmas because they didn't have to worry anymore George thinking about next Halloween I plan kicking my feet up a little bit yes I will I'll be going our stores is at Walmart Club the club stores Amazon where do you long for us because oftentimes people don't have it on their list then they walked by the Candy Aisle and they say oh yeah ear once Halloween is done so here's the way I'd do it I have the basket and it's Phil if team takes home about forty pounds of Canada share with their friends and families so we're very popular around what do it last question would I understand why I am so cherry but I they twenty five calories which often surprises people and of course there's fifteen tablets in a role you never know lab that twenty five college it was a very long way to put maybe I'll have six before unfav Deco Presidents smarties Candy Company on the greatest American scared that Donald Lateral Aspirin in California Ashwin silence silence silence silence has got too much China people want to own the Corbeau so Thanks for taking my call look good Jim I own Occidental Petroleum just a bummer. 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"co president" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"That's and why it's two teams relegated come on before we have time to process but defended yesterday we're back to the parlor game about what the need to do money the same goes for the China talks that's another parlor game i Tim Cook and then the market got hammered the truth is very like how this is going to go and trying matter how the election goes this year there's a good chance the White House will continue to try to crack down on China's unfair way down trump and then they got table although that could take well is the way authors have something to say in other words it's no different than Fed das- bag a high quality companies and riding through periods of idle chatter I know it is hard yourself a favor and to Tony in Pennsylvania Tony the question is on American Express I know this is one of the companies we like but it's stock elven Michigan Elba Love You Jim that you over ninety albums I think they're going to solve the problems the stock is going to be under pressure for a little bit longer people I'm here to help much more money for three generations Suarez candies have been a favorite by the continued consumer what can win an environment like this up talking to Expert Appeal Tomorrow Kickoff I who cares who cares that sell us all cylinders of sweetness given generations of children that much-desired only only the year when we stockpile bags of candy to hand he country that's a privately held confectionery that makes my number one favorite candy I keep.
"co president" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
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"co president" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Problems it's human nature to hate problems but why is that city traffic to ocean plastic new schools to new energy flight delays my mission is simple to make you money crater gonNA or tweet me at Jim Cramer only on Halloween would anyone except the track today we'll get some salt manufacturing do believe the worst com something may be exacerbated that I think it's a big mistake to panic here and not just that's because for months I've been telling you we have two economies in this country there's the consumer economy economy a lot larger than the industrial economy in the United States that's why industrial weakness we can't.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd dies at 62
"Oracle CEO mark Hurd has died at the age of sixty two he was on medical leave and the company did not disclose the cause of death heard led to Silicon Valley companies oracle and Hewlett Packard oracle CEO Larry Ellison says he will miss his clothes in a replace irreplaceable friend her joined oracle as co president in twenty ten just a month after leaving H. P. he resigned from H. P. after accusations of sexual harassment by a female contract worker and findings of inaccurate expense reports connected to outings with that
"co president" Discussed on The Playbook
"The day Meltzer with entrepreneurs the playbook and I'm so excited to have Jonathan Becker the CO president of the San Jose Sharks welcome to the playbook thanks for having me on the reason I wanted beyond the playbook is the most common question asked of me is how do you get a job in sports and if we had reverse engineered our careers no you ended up being the CO president of the San Jose Sharks which is a position so many people want in the front office of professional team especially if they're a hockey fan but how did that end up how did you end up here so I'll spare the long story interest speed this up so I became a season ticket holder for the sharks in one thousand nine nine so actually almost twenty years ago so big fan been around this building a lot for the big moments in the not so big moments probably more than a decade ago eighteen years ago a startup that I was running got acquired by sap and as you may or may not know the majority owner for the sharks is also one of the founders of sap is that part of that process after I got acquired ended up his chief marketing officer of sap and one of the challenge is most companies most people in the world may or may not have heard of sap at the time it's very much a business to business brand and not necessarily consumer brand once on an automobile or because its enterprise yet so we're looking at ways to change the perception of the company was and we're big analytics and we decided if we went into something like sports where people have passion and showed them that the data suggests something different than they believe the most common early exam was baseball you think that a closer coming in on Wednesdays rest in a cold weather state Liam is more likely to get somebody out when in fact the data says they would run these side by side tasks showing fans what they believed in what the data said and then what actually happened worth the same that would show the analytics weren't just for big businesses but small businesses and that was our entry into sports created a whole sports entertainment Raymond Technology Wing which I help and and we started getting more involved with the NFL the NBA etc as part of that process we branded rebranded this building the sap center in fact negotiated that deal when I was still a CMO of sap the person on the other end of the table is actually my co President John Torre who is here now so we we each other long before that story yes processing and learned about how sports entertained franchises worked or in some cases didn't work out well what they were good ad Watson not good at and when I left sap two years ago not long after I left Hasso who knew me got to know me a little bit better that process because I was a short van called me up and said we to dramatically expand ice sports in Northern California it's not like in Canada where you grew up in a pond in your backyard would you like to come here and sort of expand the business in the same technology minds bad at the other businesses I've said yes being a fan absolutely that's what I love about your career parallel mine in the respect that I got hired by lease steiber because Goshi ended so many deals customer hiring athletes to make appearances all the Samsung deals for World Cup of buying sign rights and all of those things that I had the experience of what skilled you think carry it over most from you know traditional Cmo of huge hi software company into being president of Chelsea so you know the jobs are completely different but in the end they're not that different and what I mean that is once you get to a certain point in your career really what you're about is people and I've said for a long time that my job whatever role is I'm all about culture in fact my personal mantra is culture strategy I was actually a strategy consultant for a while so I'm not trying to denigrate the process of strategy but the end how people think and what they believe is almost more important than what you ask them to do and that translates from a retailer to a tech company to a sports entertain franchise and when I got here we were in the Aleksei operational mindset we actually do some amazing things turning a building from ice sports to a concert to monster truck toback to ice board all within forty eight hours is an incredible feat but we hadn't really expanded in a while and talking about the culture and the culture eats strategy and how to change management has been at least half my jobs shown up here and that's why we actually have a new mission statement and our mission statement is pioneering the future of sports and entertainment our goal much like be we're in Silicon Valley of how can we change the world we're imagining not what sports entertainment is today but what could it be five ten fifteen twenty years from now what experiments and baby steps can we do now that's a cultural thing as much as anything else the other so the culture that I know about you is your someone that walks you don't believe you literally are like southwest CEO you're going to go down to the baggage claim and look at how is everybody handling the bags and you'll go through the entire process of looking for tickets by exhibits coming to game as a customer or fan even though you've been one so it's funny that you say that actually I do a lot of writing my personal blog is called managed by walking around so that's exactly right for anybody that cares it's at Jonathan Becker Dot Com but part of my management philosophy is don't ask any anybody to do something you wouldn't do yourself so you don't know if you do it yourself unless you actually try it so in fact no matter who you are I mean sat in the stands for a long time sit back there the process of buying a ticket in the in the day the only reason we're in business is because the keep us in business so there's a phrase that's popular in the tech community that starting to come into sports and entertainment which is what's the end to end experience some building may say traffic's not my problem but if a fan can't get here by puck drop traffic is our problem and traffic is a huge problem here in Silicon Valley so we spent lot more time thinking about parking problems and public transportation why do people not get here in time sometimes because they go home to eat so can we make this interesting destination and maybe food average is more important I should say this in the product on ice and so that whole everything you do when you make a decision to not watch netflix on your couch but rather get in your car or Auburn or your light rail or whatever and come here that's all our responsibility and that's the way you gotta think about it so I've got to try that out every single day and beyond just the Phoenix beans then you also have your other customers the president which are your employees yet fair enough in your very concerned about the culture of the police satisfaction the dedication that they have to your team way that they represent consistently the messaging that you WanNa have how does that work from ill walking around strategy also on this bar but by and large I don't think of them as employees but more like Brandon Basser because in the end of the day they are the thing that the customers interact with every day more than the building more than the hockey players more than the people on stage and so how they feel about us as a franchise and business has ten times the impact on customer satisfaction than almost anything else now unfortunately sports and entertainment isn't the same as technology I live in Silicon Valley so you typically don't get options the companies don't go public etc so it's gotTa be about passion you're here because you're passionate about it There was a moment apparently in our franchises history where we didn't hire many fans as employees because we felt that if we hired fans as employees they'd be distracted by the product on ice or the product on stage I kind of reversed this I would much rather be here because you love it you bleed teal in fact we call what we do team teal and we're looking for ways to unlock the passion get people to Games get involved etc never personally worked for a company no tech company has their employees literally tattoo the logo on their skin but that's a not uncommon thing for our employees and for our customers so getting that mental model of their part of what we do and even though they're not owners in the stock sense is really important is really interesting to coming from the data side of things which I think most people who are fanatics about sports understand the role of data and how sap obviously would fit perfectly into the world is the future of sports but what I find is very interesting is technology has been also blamed including our friend Mark Cuban who initially like I don't want cell phone sounds in the arena to distract people from the content that's being portrayed a person how did that work out for him by the way getting my point is you know how do you address because you have such great situational knowledge about both sports and technology how you addressing the separateness of you know here we have so much technology see that's providing a in-home experience but yet we want to have the technology allow people to have in home experience in this arena the arena so there's two halves maybe what about that the first is we have a very technologically advanced fan because again we're in silicon valley but you can't have one-size-fits-all as an example Three seasons ago I think we're the first team certainly in the extended bay area maybe the first team in hockey I don't remember now to go to digital ticketing so when you go to digital tickets in use your smartphone to get into the building use your smartphone to trade tickets all that kind of stuff you go from the paper tickets that you and I may grow up grow up awesome in my office at home of they may tickets etc announce all on your phone and we went all in we went from all paper to all digital basically overnight and the Majoria answer like that's cool I'm using my phone to get on an airplane I'm used to getting on my phone to pay for food at grocery stores etc but there was a vocal subset of her fans it said Whoa Whoa I'm this is not who I am I may not even have a smartphone I might be not they're comfortable this but we didn't give him an option and so the key with technology Oh gee is to give people an option so we've gone back and said if you want you can actually get the paper stole again less than ten percent of the fans do that but it went from nobody could do it to everything as well and so one of my point is technology can't be a panacea for everything one size of technology can't fit every situation give you another example because traffic mentioned that before is an issue here in Silicon Valley and frankly becoming an issue in lots of urban areas I don't want to say it's just our issue we started seeing finan call we call the late arriving fan which is at Puck drop as many as twenty five percent of the people that will eventually show up that night don't aren't there in the sheet laker fans I don't like to pick on any other franchise bits that's okay so cal rivalry so you can call them that but doing that as well now the differences I'm not suggesting they don't come to the game at all I'm saying that will get to their seats still typically halfway through the first period or sometimes even the first period break not even in the venue in some cases just someplace else so we decided can we use technology to incent them to show up so for example there are beacons our buildings or beacons are little signals and if you come in we can send a push message says oh by the way thank you for coming in forty five minutes early because of that here's dollars off a beer or here's a hotdog introduced price if we're GONNA sell beer as well amusingly enough that changed the behavior but for most for a set of problems goes back to can't just be technology has to be part of the culture as well so now what we're doing is thinking about different kind of happy hour the kind of happy are which is what that was is more of a chalk talk of get the inside scoop of how plays might be called or meet a famous alumni or find some other skews to come in early which is less digital called old school but still solves the fund fundamental problem which brings up a really good point that I would suggest in sports and was taught when I first got into the business that people bound collage reason there's only one thing more emotional than sports and that's children you know people will starve before the kid doesn't get violin lesson moreover you'll people will oh spend an extraordinary amount of money on their team and their players they won't merchandise through technology now there's with virtual reality we have the capable Ludi of actually moving our seat virtually so that we can be right on this side of the ice or of.
"co president" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Co president of senior planning advisors if we're talking about improving our financial performance leading up to and in retirement Kirk and Paul I would think that performance has a lot to do with either picking the right stocks or trying to time the market would I be right well I I would I would say that I hate to tell you wrong you're wrong Megan but I'll say that most people feel similar to you believing that stock picking in market timing is what drives performance but what studies have found many studies that stock picking a market timing had the least to do with what drives performance particularly in retirement in fact I think stock picking represents four percent if you if you're thinking of a what one hundred percent only four percent of what drives performances stock picking and I what is it like three percent three or four percent for market timing think about that with market timing you have to be right twice right so what drives performances acid out something called asset allocation particularly in retirement because choosing in in I'll give it to you and I'll describe it to the way we describe it in the class and it's something we are here to strictly for retirement planning asset allocation and we're gonna to find a little differently in four different buckets I know buckets are elementary people been using it for ever but I think it's the easiest way for people to follow along so we're going to define it as four different buckets one is a liquidity cash bucket so in retirement we never we know we're gonna have unexpected expenses we know we're going to have emergencies but we are could ever lose a job we we've already retired so we don't need to have a hundred two hundred thousand dollars sitting in the bank six to twelve months of saving sitting in the bank that is not an efficient place for your money and it's not practical and you're never going to lose your job but we do want and have enough when we usually argue summer between thirty and fifty thousand dollars of liquidity because we know we're gonna have unexpected expenses that we didn't budget for you have to remember Paul and I have helped thousands of people to into retirement that's all we've done for ever we have taught thousands of people on how to build a retirement plan we know the traps we know the statistics we know what percentage you are gonna have emergencies and when you're going to have them burned season we know what percentage you are gonna have parents that are done and need your help financially for their health care issues we know what percentage of you are gonna need to help children because they've been unsuccessful coming out of college finding a job or their student that is so high that you feel compelled as a parent that you have to help your kids or your children get divorced because divorce rates are fifty percent and all of a sudden they have a mortgage children and you got to help out so we know the traps so we want to make sure we have liquidity for those traps those unexpected emergencies that we didn't budget for we want to have the cash you were never forced to sell in a volatile market you never want to have to sell an investment when the market is down because you need cash so now what we've done is locked in those losses that's really dangerous okay two is about income this is guaranteed income we have to have two different buckets one for growth in one for income these are different buckets we don't take income from a growth package we have a bucket of money simply just set aside for guaranteed income these are pension so securities it might be an insured product I don't care what we use as long as it doesn't have volatility we have to have five to ten years of income in a bucket that does not have volatility bucket three is growth we want to leave this money alone we you do have to you have to hang in there the market does come back it is true but we cannot be taking money out of this account this has to be left alone for at least ten years so this money this grope bucket has to be dedicated for growth and never touched because we never want to be taking money out in a down market that's lacking in losses creating something called it quits return risk in a becomes very very dangerous and then some of you I guess see for the children are going to be really important but all of you if you're married protecting the surviving spouse the the spouse that survives you one of you are going to die first so legacy isn't just about kids it's about that that spouse that survives you that has to be taken care of and there's a lot of things that happened to that spouse from a financial perspective that's going to change Medicare likely costs are likely going to go up for that surviving spouse their taxes are likely going to go up even though their income is going down because they're going from a married status to a single status there are so many traps and there are so many of boy double mistakes in retirement if you just educate yourself go through the process of building a thirty year plan don't fall for our industry it's simple you'll be safe our software tells us you have a ninety percent chance of success if you just take four percent out of five percent out don't fall for that there are too many variables that can cause really bad and harmful mistakes you want to educate yourself Paul and that's why we teach a class it is so so you know cookie did awesome job describing these four buckets as it relates to asset allocation I think the key is when we talk about performance if you have some money that's just allocated only for income the S. curve mention is no volatility there is no risk at all the money that's in the other pocket the cook described the growth pocket over time will do well because we're not touching it and you're not going to panic if the market goes down because at the end of the day if your income is coming from something that's totally safe if the if you're not taking money your income from the growth bucket you're not going to panic you're going to be much more discipline because you know you have enough income from the income buckyball you nailed it right your you nailed it what drives performances discipline it is and that's why the average investor over the last thirty years has performed at under three percent and yes some people have hundreds performed at ten percent that's the reason why you average investors aren't don't perform well over periods of time is because of the motions because you think you can time the market or stop it you will perform better as Paul said if you set aside money just for incoming you leave your growth but alone in a and don't panic and that's going to be difficult in retirement you have not experienced this relationship with money yet you might be shaking your head thinking were being silly I'm telling you your relationship with money is going to change you're going to be much more emotional it's going to be much more difficult to be a disciplined investor in retirement that's why Paul want to talk about the class so we teach a class it's typically held once a month at local universities university of Michigan Eastern Michigan University Michigan State University the no by campus.
"co president" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Female US house members making a hundred and sixteenth congress which is. That'd be record record over the previous record, which was eighty seven women some. Yeah. So anyway of historic first with this new congress it's been seated and Julia yesterday, you know, we were just like going. Oh my gosh. There's so many people were sad about the news about super, Dave Osborne. Okay. Also, you know mean Jean? Larkin. The wrestling guy. Gene. Oakland, lark, lend, I think is what it is. And and then who was the third one that died, captain, captain. All of them seventy six years old, which is so all on the same day. Dave Osborn Marty Funkhouser on curb your enthusiasm and Albert Brooks brother, which none of us knew new books. Real name was ninety does that to their kids. Bob, Einstein is brother who was Marty Funkhouser and career enthusiasm. I saw the funniest joke ever online today. It's too inappropriate for t- for this. Yeah. Boy, he's funny. He's a Seinfeld. Ian moment. Oh, so funny. And then today today, then okay? Then the news that. The Nordstrom co presidents. Di is one of the three brothers. He had lymphoma diagnosis in December. And he passed away. He was part of the fourth generation, I've Nordstrom. So he was fifty eight years old. And I guess, you know, it's just people are just shocked. You know about it because they ordered Sherm to Seattle is like the Dayton brothers were. Right. Except the store was still going. Yes. Yes. You know? And the Dayton the boys are still there is a fourth generation is running. You know, they've got their store and restaurant and stuff. But that was just like yesterday. No, then. Julia Peggy young we find out that she passed away. Neil young's. Former wife died at the age of sixty sec. Are you kidding me? Okay. Cool. He just divorced like a year and a half ago to Mary Daryl Hannah, he divorced youngest singer. Yeah, they got divorced in two thousand fourteen and then she released an album called raw. No, she dumped her for Daryl and they'd been married since nineteen seventy eight how did she die Lori? She had a year long battle of some kind of cancer and her name was Peggy young. And so she passed away, and she started or co founded this place called the bridge school with her former husband of thirty six years, Neil young because they had a son Ben who has serbo palsy, and they could not find a place for him to go to school. Wow. And so they founded it so for people in nineteen Eighty-six. And so anyway, she's she sang with her husband, and we Peggy is passed away. And then. Cool dude by the name of Norman gamble at the age of ninety one because Minnesota dude Norman wasn't. He I don't think we know is music. What is it? What do we know? Well, he did the bouncy series theme song for all the Vernon surely not happy days and happy days you both. Yes, he did both, Danny. And so he did both of those. He wrote killing me softly. Angers just singing..
Blake Nordstrom, Lake Nordstrom And Nordstrom discussed on Charlie Parker
"Blake Nordstrom co president of the luxury department store chain has died. He was only fifty eight his family didn't disclose the cause of death other than to say he died suddenly yesterday, Nordstrom had been diagnosed with lymphoma recently, lake Nordstrom was the grandson of the company founder,
"co president" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The Veritas out there. So just on this out that since one thousand nine hundred if you got into college, and you tell you to attend the college at lots of schools, you can work at your own admissions file like see what the emissions people said about you when you were applying fancy schools that hard to get into you can try to figure out why they decided to admit you in the first place, which is to get to do. But the downside is you might find something you didn't wanna see. And then you have to deal with that damn will the story of Harvard student that happened to at Harvard going to see your admissions file is suddenly got caught up into something much bigger as you might have heard Harvard's being sued for allegedly discriminating against Asians Asian applicants have high GPA and test scores have a lower acceptance rate than other students with the same members tyrod does consider a student's race when they apply as one of many factors. The groups that suing them wants them to stop doing that altogether. It's a group called students for fair admissions. They're trying to get rid of affirmative action all across the country. In. This case is likely to be appealed all the way up to the supreme court. Alex, John is junior co-president of the Chinese students association. I met him the first week of the trial. He solidly team Harvard in the lawsuit because pirate is on the side of keeping affirmative action for him. It was a moral decision. Like, of course, diversity is good and getting rid of affirmative action is bad. So he wrote a statement for an Amigas brief and got his student group design onto another one friends of his were looking at their admissions files. So Alex decided to go as well, partly because he was curious how his file stacked up against the claims made in the lawsuit. But also he just wanted to see how he got in. He'd always wanted to find out. I'm really curious about the interview component. 'cause I just I just feel like that's what did she have a really good interview. Really good interview with a really by like all experienced alumni. Wait is usually works. You meet with an alumni volunteer for an hour. So in a coffee shop or wherever in your hometown Alex's from Portland, Oregon. He had an exceptional interview. It lasted two hours, then even more unusual his interviewer set up a second meeting. He did this whole thing where he ran through all my extracurriculars tallied of ours and stuff even like ask for some contacts for references, which apparently he wasn't supposed to do. But he did that because he wanted to have everything on the table for pencil like advocate for me. Alex went into. No did this guy. Get me in. The alumni interview is important at Harvard because usually it's the only face to face contact the school has with an applicant an admissions officers use it. Plus other information to sign applicants this thing. Called a personal rating. The personal rating is actually the crux of the lawsuit. It's basically a rating of your personality. The words Harvard uses to describe what they're looking for things like leadership courage than if humor effervescence. It's.
"co president" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I think it was Michelle Wilson co-president who said it. They're very excited about tiered pricing with WWE network as we talk about other companies in competing with WWE WWE's trying to figure out a way to monetize cooperating offering other companies on a network tier evolve. Now that flow slam in that relationship is is over with evolved can kind of go back to the track. It was on before. It looks like it's very much a feeder system for WWE somatic St. wrestlers winning titles. I n evolve and that could end up on a tear on WWE network. Other international brands could be what's the viability of WWE making it worth their while to confuse the pricing structure, which is pretty simple right now. One price you get everything is it worth it for them to complicate that with tiered pricing for different levels. And what realistically is the interest level is as much as w x w we'll get a buzz for great shows. How does does W W B wanna be in the business of getting people excited about ordering a product that is an Cillari overseas? Brand that doesn't look major league with wrestlers who haven't been through the WWE machinery of the performance. Enter annex t to quote, learn how to do things their way. It's funny. You mention that. Because as I was watching it if days ago when Almaz on the deep dive, he recommended a match that they released for free, and they had as who's that? W w I'm sorry, pronouns pronouns. When have you had their tag league, one of the singles matches? They had during the tag league was Iliad dragon versus. Bobby guns? And there was a twenty minute battle chant through the entire match of one half Channing guns. Bobby guns, and then the other half Channing alien a-. And it went without ceasing like they would do spots. They try to shut people up. Shop would not stop. You. Don't want people seeing that because they're going to ask how come I don't see that WWE events. How come people aren't that excited? WWE vents. How come you don't have people losing their minds when drag one is title, the w w w world title, and knowing the story of him retiring, basically in all this other you you don't have it because they don't want it because they don't care about the little details. And when you don't care about the little details. Long enough to become big details that become problems. And I think if you when you inviting evolve in I think it's fine now because of all been raised evolve is now lost so many of the rest. Lers, and so many of the people that made evolved the place to watch to WWE. So this point it makes sense to send some of those people back because there is now where the w x w with the progress with a RPG w with an icy w these are all promotions that have kind of learned to stay in their lane regarding the big one the big shark goes in the water. So you add them to your tears like right now, you pay what ten whatever with tax. It's you know, the ninety nine song and all that kind of gone away because they want to charge us more..
"co president" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"With the president and co president of senior planning advisors, Kurt Cassidy, and Dr Paul Mettler. It's always a pleasure to talk with Kirk and Paul we're talking about market volatility out. Dated rules of thumb like the four percent rule and also sequence of return risk lot of ground that recovering today. And all of that makes me think boy, we need some help along this road to retirement Kirk Paul how do you find the right help? It's something we spend quite a bit of time on in our class that we teach at at the universities regularly. The this is a challenge are industry hasn't done a great job of indicating who is a financial advisor who's a broker, and it's really confusing for the consumer to know who who they're getting help from. And so in our class, the things we talk about and we'll cover a few of them here is first of all you really wanna work with the fiduciary someone who is required to do. What's in your best interest? They're required to disclose any conflicts of interest. And there are also required disclose any fees. Now, the ironic thing about that sounds like common sense and everyone should should. Would be regulated that way. Right. But we're not in fact, the majority of the industry eighty five to ninety percent of our industry are not fiduciaries their brokers and a broker is only required to do. What's good enough would suitable? They don't have to disclose all conflicts of interest, and they're not required schools off fees. So one of the things will teach the courses some of the tricks to identify is somebody a fiduciary or somebody broker and believe it or not someone can be both right Paul. They can be both camp. In addition. How do they get paid Paul? Can you explain the different ways? Advisers get paid. Yes. So so some people get paid based on commission some people are fee based right? What does fee basement, meaning they charge a fee? No matter what no matter what they do. There's a base fee they charge. And it doesn't matter how they do for you. You're gonna get charged that fee. That's the exception. Not the rule. That's right. And then there's fee based. Right Paul their site, which is a percentage of the assets that you're managing. So for example, if Paul and I were managing client with a million dollars. If their portfolio went up by twenty percent are income would go up by twenty percent. If their portfolio went down twenty percent are income would go down twenty percent. So here's the crazy thing. Right. You can our advisers they get a commission on a product and also charge a fee on that same product. Right. We call that a wrap fee. Not a percentage the majority of doing this now. That's right. That's right. What's the problem with that? Why is that problem? Well, there's an inherent conflict of interest or double dipping their getting charged. They're collecting a fee for the commission, and then they're charging a fee to manage that that they've already been paid on. So sorry, I was gonna say so so I'm listening to this show. And I'm thinking great. I have no clue who I'm sitting with let alone really have no clue how they're charging me. I don't know if I'm being charged a commission or fee, how do people figure this also? And that's one of the things we talked about in the class, and we have an eight minute segment here. Trying to explain to you. But you're gonna wanna look for someone who is a registered investment advisory firm or an individual advisory Representative, right? And that is it. So if you see rap fees if you see reps if you see FINRA, they're likely a broker in. Now if you see both a registered rap and a registered investment advisory firm, then they are likely wearing both hats. I I I guess I want to be cautious a little bit. I I do want to say that. I don't want it to sound like we're saying I'll brokers or bad, right? And all and all our as our good right because because there are bad as and there are. A good brokers here, right? I mean, so we we this is the problem when you when you paint using a broad brush. Okay. What we're just simply saying is is there are there are rules that basically manage regulate us and at the end of the day. There are some rules that require us to be fiduciaries. And there are some that don't it's important. You understand it? That's all we're trying to do is write educate people to understand who they're working with or who they they would like to be working with and how do they get paid? So there's a few other tricks one is if a registered investment advisory firm has SEC before the name. So if you look at the disclosure at the bottom of their business card or on their website. There's gonna be disclosure saying investment advice offered through or securities offered through a registered investment advisory firm, if it says an SEC registered investment advisory firm will then they are managing more than one hundred million dollars. If they're a simply a offered through a registered invest. Advisory firm without SEC in front of it. Then they're likely managed less than one hundred million dollars. I know there's private placement in all these different investments that, you know, big return, do well, they could do well, but they're more likely to lose their money in that kind of environment. So you're right Paul you want to have your money held by a large custodial institution like a fidelity or TD Ameritrade or Schwab. Or a Pershing? These are some of the large custodians, I know we're sort of all over the place, but we're just trying to you know, a fire hose you with information on how to choose an adviser. Here's one of the biggest ones Paul is. You need to come in interview your adviser and have a list of questions to ask that adviser that you're trying to select. So who do they work with what's the demographic of the client? They're working with do. They do planning do they do planning and not just do they do planning. But I want to see an example of a custom plan and take the client's name off it. Everyone should be able to show you what a plan looks like and it should map out when you're taking income from which accounts at what age for thirty years with tax planning. That's a plan not a probability of success right in some ways that maybe maybe the most important thing that we just said in two seconds. So let's go back to the class because in the end of our class one of the things we do at the end of the course after we show, you all of these pieces to the puzzle we show you the puzzle. Right. Lynn talk twenty minutes doing that. That's right. We take twenty minutes and show you what kind of a plan you should look for. So when you're interviewing that adviser. You can say let me see an example. And we show you what that example, should look like we. Teach a class typically every month that local universities..
"co president" Discussed on WRVA
"Have more fun than human being should be allowed to have. This is Gary in Sussex, Wisconsin, welcome, sir. Well, this is what I I asked. My wife came up. She said Hillary did it. She's the one letter one day that she was. You know, how you mean the New York Times op Ed yes, the anonymous op Ed from Trump administration figure in all rewrote that I think he'll expert came up with that. She said that you know, Hillary still has. Enter keys to the White House into the co-president President Bill back twenty five years ago, and she snuck in there one night and was sitting on the. In the Oval Office by the by the desk. Is out saying this should have been me. This should be my guest is my office. And I think scraps and papers went through souped around came up with some really good stuff hoping that they're going to invoke the twenty fifth amendment on him. You know, most insane people think that other people are saying that they're the only right. You know, wait, wait, let me on acid. Do you really think? This are you are you are you trying to be clever hosted home. Wow. A little bit of both is thought. So I was I'm glad because there's no way Hillary wrote this, but you are very clever with their construction there the possibility now, I do have another story Daniels paid off. He taxes on that money. That's supposedly allegedly that I don't know if she didn't. Nobody's gonna go. Get her for it. That's not the way to go. After Starwood did she pay taxes on the on the on the bribe money? No. That's not the way the stormy is becoming a left-wing heroin, by the way, she's in a battle here with Serena Williams for the title. And we're tracking that by the way, there's more on. Serena Williams today did not more on the way the media is dealing with that we'll do that in the in the next hour. Okay. So. I succeeded as they clever hosted I am elucidating from the caller securing the call he doesn't really believe Hillary wrote the op-ed in the New York Times, she didn't whoever wrote this whoever wrote it is a millennial. You know, the some of the smart money that I saw perusing there's some people actually think that Nikki Haley wrote it. Nikki Haley is Trump's ambassador to the United Nations. There's no way Nikki Haley wrote this because Nikki Haley has written a response to it criticizing it. Nobody would be that double deceptive. If she's got any political aspirations beyond this, which she does there's no way. She might write it. But then she wouldn't double down and write a piece being critical of it. If that ever came out, that's the key. Bye bye rest a career for Nikki Haley. I don't think Nikki Haley wrote it. I I stick by the fact that nobody wrote it I believe the New York Times made it up. I think it's a composite series of opinions from a bunch of people. The New York Times have on staff or talk to I I'm not denying that. There are saboteurs in the Trump administration..
"co president" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And, it makes me nervous So Miranda this Golias here co-founder co-president new Mexicans to prevent gun violence with her to kicks we, Julia Mishal and Sophia Lucia In both students and, Maria Maria Julio you are what grade Going to be a, junior you'll be a junior and you're going to go, to school where I'm sorry I. Should have got the microphone so I'm going. To the United world college you'll be. A junior United world college I thought you. Were still in high school what did I? Think you're still in highschool. It. Is a. High school United world? College is a high school Yes Las, Vegas New? Mexico, yeah Thought. It was a college okay so you go to go to? High school. In. Las. Vegas I will yeah okay this is the? First. You'll. You'll be. There yeah okay? Maybe that's why did not. How's. Your. Summer is. Good good? Yeah Why. Because Are starting to draft some legislation with Miranda child. Access. Prevention okay and we've been working, on? That. Right? Yeah And we've been going to, interim? Meetings Talking to legislators And so, you will be you'll be seeing and you go to school where desert academy you don't start for a couple of weeks because. Your dad's principal so he lets you offer a, couple of weeks special special, really just, for you know the whole school doesn't start till You're going to. Be a senior and you're working with Julia and, Miranda on drafting special legislation, yes for, child access safety rules and laws Okay Let's start there and we'll start. There. Yes The fact that it's your. Birthday Happy. Birthday no we're not happy birthday Thank you. And happy. Birthday. To our. Mutual friend Valerie. Point. Yes happy. Birthday, happy birthday vote yes So yeah we met after. The parklands shooting and, we worked on a legislative. Panel they got five. Hundred kids to the capital they did a, Diane a rally, and, legislative panel then they called me I, think about four hours later and said what next like wow these. Guys are they have to nasty but they kind. Of have. To. Because they're. Lives are at. Stake And I said why don't we try. Passing some legislation in so we had? Worked on I add explained to? Them all the different laws that we have. And that was a, short conversation and. Then the laws that we don't have and. That was much longer conversation I'm very cynical these are, getting more cynical Richard I'm getting. Really cynical. Very mad and and I said you know what the. Laws. We have, what would you like to see past and they chose child access prevention. They have done all the research on it. They are writing it, they I am I am. Simply helping them from. The sidelines they have taken this one hundred, percent on their, own, and we're really proud of them Linda, Representative Linda tree here will be the sponsor for the legislation okay So Julia let's start with you again, and have you been impacted have. You have. Friends who have been victims of school shooting for gun. Violence Well it doesn't? Academy we haven't because I used to go there we haven't experienced much okay But you have a. Larger, community friends right Santa Fe high and there are threats there all the time there, are yeah in just this country. Has threats everywhere and, just gun violence in not only schools but, in communities in New Mexico so this this law you're? Gonna craft and Linda Trujillo state? Representative Linda Trujillo from Santa, Fe will sponsor will do. What, what is it. Intended to do so it's child access prevention. Which will essentially hold. Parents Will liable in the, kennel Right Livelihood can countable criminally so don't, lock up their guns or if their children gain access? To them they could face jail? Time or fines or misdemeanor and civil penalties as well Lawsuits could be could be life ruining and this this legislation is in what now twenty four twenty four states or twenty seven states exists already exists already we're, not. Reinventing the wheel here, right so are you are you looking at legislation that does exist in other, states and drafting similar to that or, their organizations to help you do this The organization we've been working with is new. Mexican violence and with Linda trio. But Miranda you work with other organizations to kind of legislation right yeah so the the national group we, work with is the coalition to stop. Gun violence Washington Josh Horowitz just group we've wanted this is boilerplate. Almost it. Is because we already haven't. We, the legislation we try to pass in two thousand fifteen they just wanna make it stronger and there were some loopholes that they actually caught that said now we. Need to make sure this this, this? And this are, also in it so they're kind of re- crafting a previous Bill that we had all right so walk us through it Julia Julia Which do you prefer. Who we walk. Through it so you have a gun in. The house it should be as. A long gun it should be locked up in the gun, safe but it's not the kit gift pressed, and could be a boy could be. A girl most of the time it's a boy takes the gun. And does. Harm to themselves or harm, to, others So what will the Bill do. To prevent that or to to make. People accountable after the fact well we'll be different, levels because so the first one will be if a child gain access to the gun. But it's but it's unloaded and doesn't and there's no harm than it'll just be exit to school backpack Then that's threatening, behavior so that would then the parents. Would face something more serious like a petty misdemeanor or misdemeanor okay But if it's just if they just gain access. And it's unloaded and there's no threatening behaviour parents still face a fine and so there, are different levels in the strongest one is if. The child gain access and which results in threatening behaviour death, or injury then the parents will. Face Potentially a a felony yeah we're so, three figuring it out right Figuring it out what what the results of the consequences of that. The, charging level we're figuring out which consequences Okay What Stands in your way besides Besides cynical co-president Mexican prevent gun violence besides lawmakers who don't even. See a, need to this you know last year we had the memorial by two students from Las Cruces in and the and they mocked him, in, ridiculed him and said, well if we do this. We have to, charge people, we have to you know if you have a stick And. It became, just embarrassing almost criminal behavior by by by lawmakers criminal neglect but besides that I mean are there constitutional problems with this what are, what, are some of the, roadblocks there are no constitutional. Problems because we're, not taking, anyone's guns away we're just Making sure. That their That? There's responsible ownership right that's all we're asking for you? Mean. Like an automobile exactly, and so you really that's. All we're asking for it's not a law that, will in any way Hinder your ability to purchase or possess a gun it just. Hopefully. Motivates parents to own it responsibly and so I think really the only thing that's standing in our way are the lawmakers that haven't passed any gun violence prevention laws. In the past okay we've gotten a lot of support from the from the community in from a lot. Of people is just at the. Interim committee hearing the other. Day? They were to this was the UNM this was at? UNM. And they were to, folks there who are probably. NRA members they were against all the legislation we Proposed except for child access, prevention and they came up to afterwards and they. Said they came out to both of them and said we actually would be behind this Bill and I think that says a lot that we can. Bring. Them to the table that could have an opportunity I wanna find out more about the process of doing this and we will talk to so feel when we come. Back we'll find out how this comes about how we do it and similar laws if there are other. Students out there who would like. Me Process to draft laws about the process how would that. Come about seventeen minutes after four o'clock speaking with random Scully co-president co-founder new Mexican prevent gun balance and do student wanted, junior at United world college apparently is is goal and the other is a. Senior at.
President Trump distances himself after Cohen plea
"President Trump is distancing himself from Michael, Cohen who in a guilty plea told a. Federal court the president directed him to break, campaign finance laws Cohen has served as Trump's, personal lawyer vice president, of the Trump organization and co president of Trump entertainment but. The president tells Fox News Cohen was not, his fixer I don't know where that. Term came from but he's been a, lawyer from me didn't do big deals that. Small deals, not somebody that was with me that much you know they. Make it sound like, I didn't. Live with without him I understood Michael Cohen very well the president has gone from talking about Michael Cohen is someone who was barely involved in his business and in the campaign to saying that Michael Cohen didn't commit a crime and then. Saying that Michael Cohen is also not to be trusted so there is, a lot that the president is trying to test out but it's clear not. A whole, lot of this is really,
President, Emmerson Managua and BBC discussed on BBC Minute
"This top story from Zimbabwe. The constitutional court is hearing a legal challenge from the opposition MDC to the election victory off president Emmerson Managua near the ruling Zanu. PF party has been accused of rigging. The co president mnangagwa's urged
Trump claims Saudi Arabia agreed to increase oil production
"To be america's oldest man and the oldest world war two veteran his family says he's also the target of thieves who used his social and bank account numbers to siphon a significant amount of money from his accounts thankfully it does not affect his round the clock care at home near austin that is paid for by an online fundraising campaign i'm jan johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump said he persuaded saudi arabia to effectively boost oil production to its maximum capacity to cool down prices the state run saudi press agency said saudi king solomon and trump in a phone call today discussed efforts by the oil producing countries to compensate potential shortages in oil supply the report says the two leaders stressed the importance of maintaining oil market stability the agency didn't say the leaders agreed or made any reference to a specific number of barrels in another misunderstanding with global implications president trump said yesterday he doesn't plan to withdraw from the world trade organization but once the us to be treated more fairly by the wto axios news agency reported earlier in the day that trump had repeatedly told top white house officials he wants to exit the wto citing people familiar with trump's thinking the socks here up six hundred index and us futures both wow doubled on the story before recovering meantime barons in its july second edition reports investors should start preparing for the demise of the bull market in two thousand twenty the report says higher interest rates and the federal reserve's plans to shrink it's four trillion dollar balance sheet combined with the fading impact of tax cuts and other government stimulus will bring an end to a nine year rally in markets bill shine the former co president of fox news is that to join president donald trump's white house in a senior communications role that according to people familiar with the matter sean would become the latest in a string of people to cycle through the top ranks of trump's press operation since his inauguration last year there have been five white house communication directors in the past eighteen months global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg politics pretty interesting by within the republican party itself policy currently there aren't really federal regulations in place power the white house has an issue stephen on the bill just yet beltway news insight and analysis does seem like an unconventional reality from bloomberg politics are kind of radical agenda that breaks with democratic tradition and bloomberg government to heated rhetoric in washington and nationwide bruce is politics policy and power with amy morris and peter barnes on bloomberg radio coming up in this hour america's largest prison operators stand to make a windfall in.
Son of U.S. envoy to China using political ties to elevate his business - Axios
"Scorpion has set a record for most one day streams for an album on apple music since its release yesterday can't play much on the radio we can play a few seconds slog more than one hundred seventy million streams a lot of bad things the twenty five tracks scorpion expected to debut at number one on the billboard two hundred albums chart i'm michael toscano i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the wall street journal reports senior saudi arabian official as saying the kingdom in fact has not made a specific promise to president donald trump to raise oil production instead the kingdom assured trump of its capability to meet oil demand earlier trump said the following in a tweet about a phone call he just had with saudi's king salman i am asking that saudi arabia increased oil production may be up to two million barrels to make up the difference prices too high he has agreed but again saudi arabia says king solomon has not in fact agreed to boost production in another misunderstanding with global implications president trump said yesterday he doesn't plan to withdraw from the world trade organization but once the us to be treated more fairly by the wto axios news agency reported earlier in the day that trump had repeatedly told top white house officials he wants to exit the wto setting people familiar with trump's thinking socks here up six hundred index and us futures both wobbled on the story before recovering meantime barons in its july second edition reports investors should start preparing for the demise of the bull market in two thousand twenty the report says higher interest rates and the federal reserve's plans to shrink it's four trillion dollar balance sheet combined with the fading impact of tax cuts and other government stimulus will bring an end to a nine year rally in markets bill shine the former co president of fox news is that to join president donald trump's white house in a senior communications role that according to people familiar with the matter sean would become the latest in a string of people to cycle through the top ranks of trump's press operation since his inauguration last year there have been five white house communication directors in the past eighteen months global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is bloomberg businessweek from bloomberg radio hello i'm carol massar jason kelly plenty ahead for you in this hour bloomberg businessweek it's.
Meet David Solomon, the man likely to take over Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs
"Now to another top story goldman sachs has paved the way for co president david solomon to be the next ceo solomon will become the firm's sole president and the other copresident rv schwartz will be leaving goldman's given no time line for the retirement of ceo lloyd blankfein early last month we sat down with david solomon at the goldman sachs tech conference and talked about the tech sector take a listen year has set up in a way that i think it should be very very constructive vote for emanate activity and for ipo activity peel activity started to pick up a little bit toward the end of two thousand seventeen we've got a very very healthy ipo backlog but we also have an environment for variety reasons why two thousand eighteen should set up to be a pretty active year for strategic emanate in the technology space coming up is broadcom's hostile bid for qualcomm a threat to us national security wide ceo was meeting with us treasury officials next and.
Future of Japan's Shinzo Abe at risk as scandal deepens
"The nation's third largest lenders says the proceeds will then be used to replenish core equity tier one capital this is the biggest ever follow on share offering by any charges company that comes as chinese banks gird for more stringent accounting standards coming later this year and also us policymakers intensify their efforts to curb lending and rain and shadow banking in hong kong song i'm david ingles daybreak asia david solomon has become the next in line to replace lloyd blankfein as chief executive officer at goldman sachs it means the other top contender harvey schwartz has been passed over bloomberg's erik shot skar says that solomon came to goldman via drexel and bear stearns david solomon comes out of the high yield world leveraged finance moved into investment banking in a much broader way at goldman sachs and of course ran that business before becoming president co president of the former schwartz back in two thousand sixteen in the meantime schwartz abruptly announced his resignation it's not clear when blankfein might hand things over to solomon goldman hasn't released a timetable for blankfein retirement paul well things are getting a bit missy and japan the government says the names of the prime minister shinzo abe has wife and finance minister taro aso deleted from documents at the heart of land scandal that erupted last year ed baxter this go global news in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom yeah paul that's exactly right finance minister tara also admits the staff in his office tampered with documents and that they have resigned ave also telling reporters at an investigation will continue to try to get to the bottom of says we understand we're in serious public scrutiny with regards to how something like this could have happened and the matter is currently being investigated ave saying that also should take some of the blame if not full responsibility he oh is now saying that also does not play as now planning to skip.
"co president" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"A bid to salvage a deal to halt its nuclear development and the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell renewing his call for the chambers ethics committee to investigate senator al franken after a second woman has come forward to accuse him of sexual harassment also new york times journalist glenn thrush has been suspended following sexual misconduct allegations in a story published today on fox next on cspan radio the white house briefing press secretary sarah sanders and a guest secretary of state rex tillerson good afternoon you guys for the impatient with brought a special guest i figured you might be okay if we were a little bit delayed today as you all know the president hosted a very productive cabinet meeting this morning and made some news by announcing that the united states has again designated north korea a state sponsor of terrorism as the president said one of the primary goals of his recent asia trip was to pursue the denuclearization of the korean peninsula the says it nation will impose increased sanctions and penalties on north korea that will continue our progress toward that goal additionally isn't a reminder that north korea has repeatedly supported acts of international terrorism including assassinations on foreign soil the president's position has this the north korean regime must be lawful it must end its unlawful nuclear and ballistic missile development and cease all support for international terrorism this afternoon we have secretary of eight rex tillerson with this to answer some of your questions on this topic he's gonna come up in a make a couple of remarks and then take questions on that topic and as always i will be back after that to answer other news of the day without missed flicked clark's are on the surrey the co president build a make the designation earlier today announced it a cabinet meeting and i think it's really just the latest step in a series of as you can see owned orange steps to increase the pressure pakalitha peaceful pressure campaign the president calls is the maximum pressure campaign so there's no confusion that one of the sign and i think this is though to hold north korea accountable for a number.
"co president" Discussed on KOMO
"Center state insurance commissioner mike kreidler says his office is still going through the details of the health care reform bill proposed by republicans in the us senate but in his initial review he says he's not impressed what they're doing is serious okay we're gonna give you more control but according to give you less money shortterm make it very difficult for the states to maintain any semblance of what we have read now with the medicaid expansion washington was one of twenty seven states that chose to voluntarily expand medicaid in two thousand fourteen under the affordable care act kreidler says from what he sees individuals will have to pay more for last compared to what they have right now in our state democratic senator patty murray says it's clear why shanna republicans have been negotiating a healthcare bill in secret it is lean quote to co president trump meaner hit is heartless ended ha is an enormous broken promise to people across the country the doctor roger stark a healthcare policy analyst at washington policy center tells komo the senate draft legislation does away with major tax increases from obamacare which have crippled the health care system because the obamacare characters were on a up insurance premium insurance company medical device manufacturer drug manufacturer and then of course those who were passed on to consumers stark says he expects the nonpartisan congressional budget office to release its report on the senate plan by monday we're in a period of change when it comes to local and national politics as prominent local researcher stewart elway come as charlie harger spoke to him about the trends l waves headed up elway research for a long time and says things are shifting well we looked at the last election result and murray of polling data per die a second look at it there is this concept of the cascade curtain western washington democratic eastern republican question the casket curt lifted it appeared so with gray's harbor and pacific county's out other the voting where president trump in his last go round there is a feeling people in seattle don't have any idea uh what the rest of the going through a people outside a little back seattle kamara he says we are in changing times historians fifty years from now will look back on 2017 with wonder but he says for those of us living through it so little more difficult to figure out charlie harger.