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"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Women's games. And in fact, the Colgate-Palmolive company has sponsored it for all of these here in terms of the event itself and then the scholarships at an awards for competitors who earn points. They earn points based on their performance. So basically, those top performers are able to earn scholarships. So when you look at the overall cost of participation for the athletes, there is no charge. But the athletes do have challenges in terms of finding viable space to train, they are also exposed to a lot of coaches and mentors at the event. So they've benefited from being in that space where they can find coaches and mentors who can help them along with their training. So we create that they can belong. I love, I love the mission of the Colgate women's games and what it strives to accomplish. Really appreciate your joining us to give us an overview of it and looking forward to seeing what comes out of it. Cheryl Tucson is the meat director for the Colgate women games, but you might know her as a former Olympic runner who won silver in the four by 400 meter relay in the 1972 Munich games Despite losing the race. On one foot. Right. The best, the best way for folks to your listeners to find out more about the Colgate women's games is to go to Colgate. Women's games dot com, our website has everything they would need to know about who we are, what we do, how we do it and how to sign up. Fantastic. Thank you so much, Cheryl. Thank you, Cheryl. Thank you. Coming up, we wrap up the show with my favorite
Hot-shooting Funk leads Penn St. to first NCAA win since '01
"Penn State built in 18 point lead late in the first half en route to a 76 59 victory. Senior Andrew funk led them with 27 points a season high and their first NCAA tournament win since 2001. Honestly, it means a lot, and it probably means more than people think because I've only been here for one year, but obviously I went to buck now and Penn State has had a big time Philly pipeline going for a long time. And other games top seeded Kansas speed Howard 96 68, but without coach Bill self for the fourth straight time, number two Texas held off Colgate 81 61, and Arkansas defeated Illinois 73 63. Greg eklund, Des Moines
"colgate" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"Welcome back to box of neutrals for 2023, but it is a personal moment on box of neutrals the first episode to start with a bang on the first episode of the show. Because rob, who is also here. Again, just in case. The last few years, yes? This is it. We are we're leaving. We're cooked, we're roasted, we're a stuffed truck. We've got to go to your local supermarket, pick one up because that's us. At the moment. But we figured, save the last to the first, I think, is the saying. Never had it. I think I got it wrong. Bit rusty, we haven't done this in a couple of months. I couldn't go through another preseason of vocal warm ups of tiny toward the tiny Tapestry tap and stomp their fate. I couldn't go through. I don't want to let you down. I don't want to let listens down. And I think this is yeah, I mean, Peggy mcginley let us down years ago. But that was part of his chop. Yeah, exactly. But when we check out it's Adam pathetic. We figured we would make it an appearance. I quick hello and a goodbye. Yes. And just thank everyone. I think the time notification that has gone off. It's been very, it's been a faithful servant at the time notification. Over the years. It wouldn't be an episode without it. That's it. The time has come to pass the baton or the baton on, depending on your local capital city. You're going to miss all these references. Because some new people are going to come on board. And we figured we'd come on as a bit of a guide as a mentor and to alert the audience to go, just give them a go because as great prime ministers say, I believe if you get a go, give a go and then have a go and then go again. You know, I've got other things I want to do. I'm working on a new podcast. Style of AFL 360. It's called Colgate 360. So I'm working through the toothbrushes of history. How they went from wood to plastic. And now back to wood, inevitably for those environmentally conscious amongst us. Hence the 360. Oh, it's a beautiful, isn't it? That's art. That is odd. I have stolen the land though, so new box of neutrals, people. Good luck to you. So in order to replace two and a half members because of course being not been here for a while, so it doesn't matter. Half is pushing it. We've seen other lesser or better Formula One maybe a brand's branch outs and to replace three people, you need four. Yes. And we thought, let's copy them. And do exactly that. So thank you everyone over these. Molecule. It's been a pleasure. Yes. Like to thank obviously the sponsors most of all, and the boys. And all everyone back at the team, everyone back at bass. Especially the sponsors. Peter mcginley not so much. But yeah, thanks everyone for joining the ride for putting up with the website outages constantly. Yes. Also that's Peter's fault. You'll continue with the strategy report. Yes. Not a horde podcast. Not a whole podcast. I'm going to work on the rebel news podcast. If you want to follow us, that's fine. We'll set up other offshoot brands. But the overlords at boxes of neutrals. Father mcginley actually owns the intellectual property rights. We said for ease, we aren't paid. The big lies. The great loopholes. Because after the election one, it's been paid to McKinley's intellectual property. Ever since I had to step foot on father mcginley's property to change a tire because I didn't have a 5th wheel. Little did I know. You signed away your eyes because it's actually one of the few principalities in the state of Victoria. The great beginning league and the first to be known? And well, that's it. That's the last word, and please give the new kids a chance.
"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The NASDAQ in about a month off by almost 2% and the Dow off by 8 tenths of 1% to 33,717 Carol. Yeah, and taking a look inside the S&P 500, Scarlett, you're looking at most of the names in the index lower today, 399 to be exact about a 102 names to the upside to unchanged greedy. So definitively, you do feel that risk on trade here. Yeah, you certainly do. And you know, it's interesting because it is a little bit of green on the screen and certain tiny, tiny pockets where you are looking, let's take a look at the GRR screen. Of course, on your Bloomberg terminal, you're seeing some telecom services higher. Think about your Verizon. That has been a major move or to the upside this morning, essentially, your heavy volume lames, your big Dow players, they are actually moving to the upside, but really it is a broad sell off, and that is significant. When we talk about the idea that maybe it is a more risk sentiment headline driven story rather than some sort of big panic. And this is where the volume really comes into handy because take a look at what has been driving the market lower. Companies like Tesla and video, your big tech companies, but they're not alone. It's the likes of Chevron, Exxon right behind it, which is why energy and tech has really been leading this decline in a really, really big way. And of course, Ford is a big part of that story as well with their price cuts. You can actually see in his weighing down the entire sector. Yeah, okay, so let's get to some of the gainers. They're actually worse on this Monday. Carvana is one of them up about 30% up almost 40% at its highs, but settling the day at 29 percent higher here. Yeah, I'm just looking as it settles in. This stock is rallying for a third day triggering earlier some volatility related trading halts. Share some more than double this year. And it makes you wonder another meme stock kind of trade that we've seen. The company holds the highest short interest among Russell 1000 stocks is a great read, and you can find it on the Bloomberg Bloomberg dot com. Some 57% of the float is shorted. So just keep that in mind as we watch the trade, especially when it moves to the upside, maybe a lot of short covering there. So if I technologies also a standout in terms of to the upside up almost 13% in today's session after its full year adjusted EBITDA forecast came in ahead of analyst expectations and that the company said it expects to reach gaap net income profitability in the fourth quarter stock is up roughly 50% year to date. And then one more for you, Colgate-Palmolive, ending the day up about 1.8%. Up the most in about three months after Morgan Stanley upgraded the stock to overweight from equal weight on the view that the company's robust long-term organic sales growth is not fully reflected in the stocks discounted valuation against peers. It left the price change at 82 stock closing almost at 73 today. I do want to point out Deutsche Bank, though cut the price target to 84 from 87, but did keep its buy rating on the stock. So a few to the upside Tim. All right. Well, quite a few to the downside. I'm going to start with Tesla. Sharers finishing the day down by 6.3%. Creed told us all about Ford's price cut that sent shares of Ford lower on the day. Slashing the price of its electric Mustang, the Mach-E by an average of $4500. This in response to Tesla who made its own recent cuts. So the question investors have is if we see a price war play out in Tesla shares falling over that concern, a 6.3% decline is certainly pretty big by many standards, but it's not even Tesla's worst day in a month that goes all the way back to January 3rd when shares fell by more than 12%. So just to show you the volatility there. Johnson & Johnson shares falling by 3.7%. It's actually the most since June of 2020. This after federal appeals court ruled that the company can not use a bankruptcy court to resolve more than 40,000 cancer lawsuits. So it means that J&J is going to most likely need to defend itself against claims that tainted talc and its baby powder causes cancer. The company is already lost a number of such cases. And J&J was forced to pay more than $2 billion to one group of victims. That's actually why we're seeing 3M shares down today as well by 2.3% because 3M is trying to use the bankruptcy of its earplug unit to block lawsuits. So after that news from J&J came out, we saw 3M shares fall by 2%. All right, let's go cross asset and take a look at how bond yields are faring right now. I've been screwing this up all day, so I'm going to get this right redeem myself. You see moving higher, right? Am I right? There we go. And what's interesting here? It's hard with the red scar. On the screen and the up arrow confused me sometimes. If I look at it really quickly, but Matt Miller has talked about this quite a bit as well. I think we're all a little counterintuitive. It is. We're all on the same page. Thank you, Tim. I appreciate that. But what's interesting here is that hedge funds are boosting their short positions on treasuries, betting pretty much at the banners start to the year for bonds is not going to last. And we have CFTC data showing short positions have reached 2.4 million contracts. I just wondered how much of this is positioning in the short term before the FOMC decision on Wednesday and whatever J pal decides to say, jobs this week or is this really long-term positioning? How can you position anything in the long term right now? Look, I definitely think it is short term positioning. And the reason I can say that is because last week, if you looked at what yields were doing, they were just moving down, down, down. So you did already see maybe a little bit of a retracement when it comes to the sell off in the bond market. That being said, Ira Jersey over at Bloomberg intelligence actually made the point that look, fed cuts are priced into the market and the bond market is kind of wary of that, Carol. All right, so we're waiting for the fed meeting, but in the meantime, earnings continue to cross and shares a Whirlpool or just down, actually now they're up almost 2% here in the aftermarket. Let's go through the numbers. Fourth quarter net sales, 4.9, 2 billion. That's a miss, the estimate was for 5.11 billion fourth quarter ongoing EPS three 89. That's a big beat. The street was looking for $3, 25 cents. But let's get to the outlook because this is what we care about. The company is talking about 2023 revenue of about 19.4 billion. That is better than what the street is looking for. They're looking for about 19.14 billion
"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It comes to the big consumer company Colgate-Palmolive toothpaste and dish soap come to mind, but cats and dogs should too. Making healthy, taste this good. Science did that. Colgate relaunched the hills science diet brand with the makeover in 2018, data from numerator shows that he'll share of the U.S. pet food and treats market is only about four and a half percent, but it drove about 70% of Colgate's growth in the past 12 months. That's why it's betting big on hills, Bloomberg reported daniela sartori cortina. They've actually bought three plants here in the U.S. that is for dry food and they paid about $700 million for that. And then they are actually building another plant in Kansas for about 250 million. After a pandemic boom, numerator says spending on pets is expected to rise 10% this year, hill's human customers may balk at higher prices, but furry consumers still hold sway. They do have dogs that their ultimate job is just to be professional dog food tasters. Gina serviti, Bloomberg radio. The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi. Tom is the smartest man I know. He's been a professor at two major universities been a teacher for over 40 years. One day, he told me that he was having problems in his classes. I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer. I also noticed that he was letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out. And he was telling them that he was doing it as a favor to them. But I think in reality he just wanted to give out of there. I was really starting to worry 'cause I saw something is wrong. Levi and I talked about how it would change our lives. But he was there beside me, and my love
"colgate" Discussed on Leadership and Success with Coach BZ
"I was at Colgate-Palmolive, had an opportunity to do some training at the center for creative leadership, which was one of the top non academic leadership Institutes in the world. And I got certified in the program called the looking glass experience. So that's where I got the skills to coaching and development and things like that. And through the 7 years that I worked with them, I probably coached and worked with 15 times 21 people, high performers. And I learned a lot about how to coach people and stuff like that. So that's kind of what I did. After several business. And then about 15 years ago, I started doing professional recruiting. So it looks like I lost you for a second. Okay, I can hear you just fine now. So you are saying you got into recruiting as well. Yes, yes, I did professional recruiting for 15 years. And so I do that also. And the 11 years ago I was diagnosed with stage four non Hodgkin's lymphoma. And in 1983, I had a brain tumor removed, so I've had some adversity, but it's all made me stronger. Wow. This is really fascinating to hear your story. From a very beginning, I think it was coach Parker, who told you creators don't win, and winners don't quit. Actually, my godfather used it to only do the same exact things. So I don't know who originally came up with that, but yeah, it can be quite inspiring. Because I think no matter who you are and what you are doing, at some point, you are going to feel like stopping and doing something as just giving up, right? So I feel like you really have to develop a sense of passion and purpose so that you can continue to do what you are doing even in the face of adversity. Because it seems to me like people who have super successful, they keep doing what they need to do whether they feel like it or not, even when they meet obstacle, whereas the majority of people as soon as they meet an obstacle that they just decide to stop. And they stop too soon. And sometimes they may be so close to adding a breakthrough or really being successful, but then they just stop short of their breakthrough moment. I think that is a very popular story I used to hear about some people who went to Africa I think the purchase like a diamond field. And I guess it goes to, but they kept digging and digging and digging. I think there were only like one foot away from the gold but they gave up. Somebody else came and purchased the field for almost nothing because they tried for almost a year out couldn't find anything. And then that person became like a millionaire of overnight. So in life, you really have to have, I don't know, I feel like success is maybe 80% mindset in only 20% strategy and execution. The way you are thinking and the way you fail your attitude, I think, as a whole lot to do with it. So as I say you've been able to apply that when you went to the academy,.
"colgate" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast
"Question, you need to come up with an answer, even if you don't know the answer, don't say you don't know. You have to say an answer with confidence. And then if you have to apologize later, you have to apologize later. Well, I just can't do that. This is not in my nature. Because I don't see a problem with saying, you know, I don't know. Let's figure that out. What do you think? And so there are certain walls, there are certain ceilings that you hit if you're unable or unwilling to go down a certain road. And I think in some organizations, it's that anger piece that stops us. Cool. So to summarize and you're not one of those individuals that think there's like an 8 step plan or a 5 step plan. For you, it's all about clarity, purpose, meaning, intention and trying to be congruent with that with what you do, which will make you happy. Yeah, that's what it comes down to. And I think that's where that's what people want is the 8 step plan or the magic three things. And it's just, to me, it's just not that easy. It's just not that simple. It's simple in a sense of, okay, let's get really clear on who you are and what you want. And then let's make decisions that are intentionally aligned with that. That's pretty simple, but the actual work is difficult. It's more difficult than saying answer these four questions and now you'll know your future. It's much more difficult. And then there's different things that you can layer in there to continue to help increasing happiness, but happiness, it's kind of like beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Happiness is sort of in the eye of the beholder. I don't know, you know, I shouldn't, you know, Judith, whatever makes me happy, isn't something you should incorporate into your life necessarily. So I can't get on stage and say, hey everybody, here's what makes me happy. Here's what will make you happy if we all journal for 30 minutes and then we have a meditation and then we do yoga and then we do a walk in the nature and then we all paint and then we all these are things that make people happy, but rarely are they the same things, you know? So I think it does people with disservice when you say, all right, the key to happiness is to journal in the morning and go for a walk in nature in the evening because some people are going to do those things and get nothing out of it. And like I said earlier, they're going to now feel like they are incapable of happiness. What's wrong with me? Well, nothing's wrong with you. You just didn't find the right things that actually make you personally authentically happy. Okay, cool. So you have a tag line, don't lead like you're choosing toothpaste. So I'm dying to know what that means. It's well, it's really about intentionality again. So one of the ways that we make decisions a lot of times, very casually, is we choose the defaults. Right. So if we're leaving, we say, well, I'm going to do it this way because it's always been done that way. We are predisposed as human beings to choose the default. And I use the example of toothpaste because how many of us have actually sat down, done a taste test, or done the research to figure out which toothpaste we should use. You know, we buy them all, right? We buy aim and crest and Colgate and Pepsi and sensodyne, we taste them all. And then we look at the research to figure out what should be my optimal toothpaste. But we don't do that, right?.
"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Straight to Bloomberg said that Chris well quite a relief there for equities Yeah it was indeed Rashad A couple of positives to begin today here in the U.S. we began with data on retail sales We saw last month solid growth a more evidence here of a resilient consumer separately we also learned that factory production in the month of April was up for a third consecutive month And then on top of that Colgate-Palmolive said it's beginning to see a reduction in supply chain pressures Unfortunately the day was not without negatives Walmart cut its full year profit outlook due to inflationary pressures especially in fuel and food That stock today was down 11% And then some hawkish remarks from fed chair Jay Powell will take a closer look at that momentarily We also heard from the head of the St. Louis fed bank Jim bullard He is a hawk and a committee voter He was saying he does back the fed's plan to hike rates in half percentage point steps Now right now the market is pricing for three more at the very least three more 50 basis point moves one in June and another in July and a third in September A curiously today we had the most sensitive part of the U.S. yield curve moving higher with a two year treasury jumping 13 basis points to two 70 a ten year also rising in yield to two 98 and in spite of the move up in rates Brian we had a weaker dollar I thought that was strange The Bloomberg dollar spot index taking it on the chin we were down 6 tenths of 1% We also have a weaker yen It's a really puzzling day in some ways It's almost a suggestion that investors want good data more than they fear a hawkish fed Now normally it's sort of the other way around So I will be putting that to our guests all throughout the morning Always interesting views here on the program Well let's take a closer look at what we heard from Jerome Powell today The fed chief said that the fed will hike interest rates until there's a clear and convincing sign of a drop in prices He wants to see the evidence Powell spoke earlier with The Wall Street Journal Inflation is coming down That's what we really need to see So we'll be watching for that If that involves moving past broadly understood levels of neutral we won't hesitate at all to do that We won't And honestly we'll just where we will go until we feel like we're at a place where we can where we can say yes financial conditions are inappropriate place We see inflation coming down All that said Powell said that the U.S. economy is strong enough to withstand tighter monetary policy Earlier this month the fed raised interest rates by half a percentage point and Powell said that two similar moves will be on the table at meetings in June and July Yeah I've got to have the focus on technology as stocks that when Asia gets underway we've got Chinese tech stocks rallying in the U.S. with the NASDAQ golden dragon China index rising by more than 5% In fact it definitely took up the highest level in about two weeks It all comes after two or should I say top Chinese officials reaffirm support for Internet companies among them was vice Premier League her After a symposium with tech executives Lewis said that the government will support the development of ecommerce companies and their public listings It's all sparked off hope for an easing in the yearlong regulatory crackdown on the industry but some analysts are cautious seeing the positivity might not be sustainable if China does not recover from the COVID lockdowns A lot to talk about very interesting our next guest will be Dan zorn CEO and CIO of arena investors 5 minutes now past the hour time for news A lot happening elections today in Pennsylvania and North Carolina as well as Idaho Kentucky and Oregon.
"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get to the market drivers report Let's get to the Friday the 13th edition of the business week of gender creative Gupta markets correspondent at Bloomberg news watching out for those black cats and those ladders and those broken mirrors Abigail Doolittle markets reporter Bloomberg news both in our interactive broker studio I'm just kidding You're not Are you guys superstitious I really wanted you guys to say or when you said that triska whatever You know that Friends episode where they're like give a fear of triscuits But I couldn't do it Sharp edges people Brands and Seinfeld man there's just so many references to everything in our world All right walk us through the markets Because we were much more positive a little while ago Yeah well they're coming back now And I don't want to steal Abby's thunder but she did a great job explaining this just a 30 minutes ago on BTV In terms of that this may not be sustainable And I think that's really what you're already seeing I mean we came out we hit the 4% on the NASDAQ And to me this was a technical bounce and once again Abby is the expert on technicals but to me this was a technical bounce We've seen nonstop selling We inch so close to a intraday bear market So 19.9% So I think it's only natural to see that kind of rebound You actually saw a rebound in yesterday's session as well which ended the S&P 500 about I think down one tenth of 1% or something like that And now I think the big question was can you actually go long or basically buy into the weekend which is something we never see because it's Friday but also year to date we haven't really seen much of that And already I think we're about two hours to the close and already you're seeing some of those gains paired Yeah it's one of those things Abigail where I look and whether we're up down it's like what has really changed in the last 24 hours How do you see it Yeah I think it's a lot of sentiment and going back to Friday the 13th we all right here and our listeners are lucky because I went to Colgate university and Colgate's lucky number is 13 13 founders $13 and there's another 13 in there So I will just add that to the mix I love Friday the 13th It's called a Colgate day And this is a bit of a Colgate data some extent for stocks but we are coming off the highs Even so let's face it Then as that got two and a half percent that's still pretty heady The golden dragon China index almost 6 and a half percent Yeah the arc innovation ETF still up 9.7% Having its best day ever Yeah so remarkable There is this still this risk sentiment Is that opportunistic in your views of somebody just saying okay we still don't know a lot but there's an opportunity Yeah I think that this is a trade You know if you recall back to march there was a break for a moment in the bearish selling And it was a two week rally It was a tremendous rally though For the NASDAQ 100 or 16% it was led by these sorts of names These high beta gaming Momo names plus the meme stocks they are off of their highs but still up 5% 7% Mullin automotive is still up 15.5% So I think you have some folks hoping for that replay plus the volatility the fear in the markets has not been there this week The vix remaining contained now at 30 and yields up until today had been down Now I think that a lot of investors probably didn't want to trust that because of all the pain but I think that today you're seeing some nervous dip buying earlier a little bit heavier but to create these points we're going to the weekend So how long do you want to be So it wouldn't be who knows how we're going to end I would be surprised if we ended down So Abigail what's the technical that you're watching To understand if this is a bottom or just a rally and we'll see lower lows So I really always love to watch Apple Apple as Apple goes the market goes So Apple yesterday after getting pummeled yesterday and the day before and lagging Microsoft because Microsoft had been down close to 25% apple down closer to 16% And then all of a sudden Apple was catching up this week but Apple did a remarkable test of support on the hundred day moving average So when you add that kind of foundational name plus these gamier names such as the ones we were just talking about and then let's face it you have Amazon up 3.4% high quality Facebook up 2.7% Tesla up 4.8% Peloton is up a crazy amount Is it really Oh I missed that That was down over 90% Carol No I know but still they introduced a rowing machine It's about 11% Well you know I have to give them credit actually because the other day 10% the day before I did a stock of the hour on that one and it really you know I listened to SiriusXM a lot So I love the 70s And so they always have these one hit wonder bands coming on And I was thinking to myself peloton is sort of like a one hit wonder because it had its but that's nice that they're diversifying So it makes sense that it is rallying plus to Tim's point some real bottom dipping I think we have that in Robinhood too That's another one That's another one It's kind of like wait what Sam beckman freed So greedy exactly So 30 seconds left here I mean how do you think about this and how the trade might kind of evolve next week We've got retail sales We've got fed speakers Yeah well to me I think it's all about the vix 30 has been the post war norm since the invasion in Ukraine And I think this is one of the very few times in the last few weeks last month We've seen it drop below 30 Is it sustainable to stay below 30 And that's what I'll be watching The vix doesn't make sense to me because we have so much volatility and then yet I see it go down It's down for the week overall In a week that was everything about volatility Well one of our options in site gets this point this week was making the point that there's not as much buying going on out there that it's actually a better outcome And that's perhaps it could be like a ten Some sort of at least near term rally All right wonderful Guys thank you so much Abigail Doolittle markets reporter at Bloomberg news Pretty Gupta Marcus correspondent at Bloomberg guys have a great weekend Let's.
"colgate" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Yeah, good game. Times of sweet 16 are out of here. The other matchup that was really interesting to me was Wisconsin against Colgate, Wisconsin has been terrible for a little while now because it seems like Johnny Davis is not totally healthy. They are a three seed that is 34th in Ken pom rankings. They lost the Michigan state in the first round of their Big Ten Conference tournament. I think it was the quarters would be my guess when that happened. Lost in Nebraska in their last game of the year. Again, like Johnny Davis. Here's the Johnny Davis story. He had tweaked his ankle already in practice. So he played through, I don't say injury, but he played through some stiffness some soreness when they played Purdue. He didn't look like himself. He wasn't as athletic, didn't have the burst. Then he had the intentional foul with Trey McGowan's the Nebraska game, which kind of like brought back all that despite it was a clothesline, but he still heard his leg. So he's getting back to a 100%, and that was also a game where Nebraska won, and a lot of people said, see, that's how important he is. Like he doesn't play, and they lost in Nebraska. If he's on a 100%, I get it. That's a scary game. I hope that he's been icing and resting and doing whatever treatment he does to get back to a 100% because I want him to play. I want him to win and hopefully win a game and get to see them against maybe LSU and Tara Easton and that kind of a prospect matchup we could look forward to. Yeah, I think I am going with both LSU and Wisconsin and just like holding my nose and praying. But like those are both like those are 50 50 games because like Johnny Davis, if he can't elevate on his pool of jumper is a significant problem for Wisconsin..
"colgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Future And here I tease extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds And GH's wrong is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view They have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the makerspace and it is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than solving it in isolation And JIT New Jersey institute of technology Learn more at nj IT dot EDU This is a Bloomberg money minute When was the last time you recycled an empty tube of toothpaste Turns out landfills are loaded with them Bloomberg reporter daniela sirtori cortina The industry is responsible for about 20 billion tubes that end up in landfills a year That's billion with a B but one famous brand hopes to change that In 1896 Colgate was one of the first to package dental cream in collapsible tubes More recently Colgate created new tubes made entirely of plastic doing away with a metal ring that made recycling difficult The process took years to crack to make sure the tubes were still squeezable They really had to spend a lot of time in how they were going to layer these plastic that is the same plastic used for milk jobs to make it squeezable so people would have the same experience Plastic may not sound very eco friendly but it means the tubes can be recycled if the industry can get consumers to change their behavior Colgate is taking steps to monitor how many tubes.
"colgate" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth
"We will send them a complimentary copy of the first chapter, which is executive insights. And we're not going to bug you to death. Like, hey, you got this. Now let's keep trying to sell you something. That's not our style. But love for people just to look at this. And that's one of the reasons why melody I wrote this and you know, the other part of it too, and even though I left the university many years ago, there's still that professor in me that knowledge will set you free. So if I can impart knowledge upon you and share with you things that I've seen from both sides of the desk, hopefully it'll make your life better and that will make me feel better. Yeah, definitely. I know, I just love it. And so first of all, thank you so much for spending this time with me and sharing this information. It really is. My pleasure, thanks for asking me and thanks again for everyone listening. Absolutely. And will you explain what feministic the feminist solution is and. So here's the problem that we saw. So I always like to start off with, you know, what's the problem? And so enterprise sellers and those common things is we want to call higher. We want to call on different buying groups. We want to be more relevant. So what we do is really a couple of things. So one, we have a revenue intelligence platform called client IQ and what it allows you to do for literally tens of thousands of companies around the world. You know, I can very quickly go in and say, oh, I'm calling on Colgate-Palmolive and, oh, you know, I help them grow revenues or let's say I help them better manage their cost good so through automation or something. So very quickly says, well, here's the metrics that you can help them with. Oh, oh look, it's actually gone up over the last year. That's pretty good thing, but their competitors went up faster, okay? Or, you know, margin shrunk, but then shrink is rested everyone else. So very, very quickly, it gives them some insights into what's going on financially, keep it high level. We're not trying to get people in VAs and finance. Well, it will also do say within this industry, here are some of the most common goals and strategies. And oh, you sell customer insights. You probably want to go talk to marketing and within this industry, who are the initiatives and the operational KPIs that people are looking at, which one of these can you impact and then another part Diane will say, okay, well,.
"colgate" Discussed on VUX World
"Have you read the book hooked by near AL? No, I haven't fantastic. It's essentially it's a very similar to it as a book called the power of habit by Charles doig and it's a wicked book. It basically explains what a habit is, how it's formed and how they stick around and how it changed them. But hooked basically builds on top of that and puts a product lens on it in terms of how do you form how do you build habit farm in products, basically and it analyzes a bunch of stuff that social media networks did when they were getting started and stuff like that. Arguably what led to or is dependent on these so heavily and also potentially responsible for create a whole bunch of social anxiety and potentially suicides as well. But the fundamental kind of part is around kind of like habit formation and with habits there is three kind of component parts. One is a trigger. The other is a routine in the third thing as a reward. And so most of the time when you do something that is habitual, you don't really think about it because the triggers are so ingrained that your routine is performed before you even realize what's happening. And your reward is very subconscious often. So if you think about pushing your teeth, the trigger might be you've just put your claws on it. You just got out of the shower, you just got dried, you're in the bathroom, whatever the trigger is for an individual. There is a trigger. The routine is brushing your teeth which happens all the time. And the reward is feeling clean, basically. And that's arguably speaking, arguably speaking, but one of the studies done in the power of habit book was all about how Colgate were one of the first companies to add mint into their toothpaste because it made people's mouth feel different and feel clean. You don't need to have any flavor in toothpaste. There's no flavor to the actual stuff that cleans your teeth. But it was put in there specifically to create that reward feeling. And so anyway, going back to that kind of pandemic example, the trigger, the hardest part of creating a habit is creating a new habit is identifying a new trigger in this case, the pandemic made people hungry and you can't leave the house. So there's a trigger. I'm hungry, and I can't leave the house. We need food next week, we can't leave the house. And then the routine is different and uncomfortable for some people, but you touched on basically what the reward is, which is convenience and speed..
"colgate" Discussed on Light Hearted
"Scott was pretty amazed that she came up with that so It was a beautiful place to as neat being there It's always great being at these places that sunset and sunrise. You're doing an investigation. What to me one of the most interesting thing. It's kind of silly but We were down in the kitchen and we decided to do some glass swirling. Which if you don't always you'd take glass you turn it upside down at a table. Put your finger on it and yes questions. Glass moves for years since stops for fano. So we're doing that asking no questions and then through the glass. It said it wanted us to do the ouija board and We said oh whistle. We didn't bring a ouija board that all sudden shot off to the side to where the closet was so we went out. We opened up the closet and there was a ouija board so You and leslie sat down and did the way she board and something funny happened. I think a couple of things. I wasn't that we should board saying to you. You're gonna die or get to that. 'cause you're on it. I okay yeah It said to me so it said that it was somebody i think. It said t. r. u. d. Like trud was talking to me and said that she knew me in college or something like that. Yeah i started my college time at colgate university in upstate. New york was a woman. Ain't trudy towards words in the cafeteria. Those atrocities area worker. But i think we jabbour. She said she was a teacher there. So that sorta made sound sort of odd but then there was some other interesting stuff. Yeah so you you unless it would do it for quite a while and then It caused me to go on the ouija board. And i didn't wanna cause i know it's going to be the same old thing again for with me so I said i don't want us as well. It keeps calling leslie. Said it keeps calling for us at all right. I'll go on..
"colgate" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Is animal radio. This is where we celebrate the connection with our pets that could be sending them off to a hotel for a vacation or a spa or salon treatment. Because they do that for the animals now and it's hard to believe but there's a brand new hotel with a pet resort in rockville and i believe that's maryland. If i'm not mistaken is that okay. It costs million dollars to build this pet resort. Wow so you know it's gotta be like top of the line joining us right now on. The phones is cathy alter hi cathy. How're you doing how i'm good. How high duty. And there's laurie over here. Dr debbie high zoar. You're a writer right. You got a local journalist here. And i write for some national magazines as well but since i'm in washington dc. I'm always looking for something Fun firm for me to do and then write about and that's exactly what you did. You went to the old town. Pet resort in rockville. Correct me if i'm wrong. That's exclusively for animals. Is that yes. It is a luxury pet resort. It's actually the third outposts that they've opened and it's their most fancy in rockville maryland. And i got a press. Release where i read about the presidential suite and i thought well i wonder if i could stay in the president and that's how it all started. So what you call them up and you said hey can i stay in the presidential suite. What did they say. When i called the publicist and i said. Do you think that they would let me stay in the presidential suite. And she knows me and knows that i'll do anything probably and i mean it happened so quickly irae for washington ian magazine and I'd never written for them before. But i picked the editor. And said i can spend the night in a luxury hotel. Do you want me to and to emailed me back in less than a minute and said yes so before i knew it. I had my bags packed. And i was sleeping. Among the dog. The way they described the resort sounded like the four seasons. But it was really a lot less money. Probably a really good deal. And i have a six year old and a night away. That sounds great to explain the hotel or resort. I should say at eight million dollars. That sounds pretty high end. You not know if i hadn't told you this was a pat resort. You'd think you were checking into the you know golden doors or canyon ranch. It is really nice. It's policy stone floors and an indoor Salt water swimming pool and they have this special air filter systems. So you don't smell any kind of animal smell. It's it's like tinkling bell music when you walk in it's super super fancy and you don't realize that there's any animal staying there until you get farther back in there but even the doors to the kennels are You know airtight so you really. You don't hear anything you don't see anything And there's a room. Yeah there's a beauty poller. They have an exercise studio. They have this lap pool they They re bedtime stories to the animals. I mean it's very. It was great and i you know i have stayed in worse places so there was really quiet and you know it was relaxing. I had a tv in my room. And they had my favorite music playing and colgate university banner-hanging. They did their homework. And i realized that they do that. For the animals they special care. And who's staying there. And they they treat it very seriously. Although i was kind of you know fooling around we'll tell us about your stated you What what did you do. You eat dog food. Did you get a pod to cure. I gotta pot. Yeah so they picked me up in the in the van. You know where. I thought i was going to have to go in the back because i said i wanna do everything the dogs do but i got to say in the passenger seat so that was pretty good and then when i got in they did this little pet questionnaire for me they wanted to know my likes and dislikes and what kind of food i liked and you know did i play nice with others so i sat and i did that and then i changed and went up to the exercise studio and i took a pilates class really hard. It was really hard. The dog i did it with was like a superior. Athlete did not get tired. And after that. I took a swim with a big Laboratory retriever who is huge. When you did pilates did you have to do it on all fours and did you have to do the paddle in the pool. I didn't have to do my pilates fourth. i wish i had. It would have been easier. But i was on two legs and trying to balance on a ball and it was difficult and i i did do. The dog pat all in the pool. But you know what else was i going to. I was really scared of the dog. Didn't wanna put my head under the water because the dog was really big and chasing stuff. So i i had my eye on the dog and then i got out and i had a park here with this cute little puppy and then it was time for dinner and they served me my spaghetti and meatballs and a dog bowl but they gave me utensils And then i got a bedtime story and then it was late out. Where can people learn more about your writing and perhaps even see this article. Well there's pictures and everything. In fact i've been recognized more from this article than anything i've ever written before and i've been writing for quite a while so they can go to my website. Cathy alter dot com. We'll put links everything you've heard on today's show over an animal radio dot pets. Thank you thanks for spending time with us today. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for having made. Okay it's time for us to get on outta here. Don't forget you can get your fix during the week over an animal radio dot pet and links to everything you've heard on today's show over an animal radio dot pet. Have yourself a great week. I'm off to go study my baby talk. Every was good listeners. You no we love our listeners s..
"colgate" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast
"Ozone you you alienate people. You take people off you became you know you become dictator pretorial and those are the measures which are the human qualities and those are the things that you fired you. Don't get fired because miss the kpi you get fired because you're an idiot and you know you're you're treating mistreating people or mistreating customers are can really lead people to To take over and and kind of be on the same team and get object his accomplished. Because you can't get a team to work together so all those are all human qualities. Those are the things they get you fired. I remember back in This was on dating myself but a vacuum a mid eighties I worked for a company. Colgate palmolive company and at that time. They had a f- warm that everybody has to use for. Hr evaluation so age had. This is about a five page of six page for me was like hold out. And whenever you got evaluated the bosses have used that and everybody will do the guy that evaluate the you have to sign off on that and i think the first page was like okay. You know who you are your age sex. You know all that stuff. What your job title position. As and then there was one page devoted to your job skill sets right so basically. Oh you were good accountant than some examples away good accountant or your sales guy some examples away you go sales guy and then the remaining four pages were You know does take self initiative. How does he get along with people. you know. Those are all people skill sets. It kinda amused me. Say look only one page. Is your technical. Skill sets and four pages is about who you are an individual. I you know what gets you up in the morning. What motivates you. How do you get along with people. And those are the human skill sets. So that's what i was referring to in that interview. Those skill sets how to get along with people. Help someone who gets along with people how they treat people how they communicate are those sometimes referred to as soft skills. Do i have that right time. I don't know. I don't think this obstacles think they're critical skills You know if you take off just saying yeah you could say so skills Some people are not not as a my thing. They call it emotional intelligence is in other words. You know for it so And they're all basically people skills And you may call them soft skills. But i think critical why they're critical to my point. Is that the term soft skills. I think has been used in the last several years and and You know if you think soft in terms of week. That's not accurate. It's more like hard to measure skills skills. I can't be measured until someone actually works there. You know what. I mean until someone that actually in the business environment or the company environment. It's it's hard to put those skills on a piece of paper or a twenty minute interview with human resources a one. Someone's on the job and a c- week after week month after months our they getting along the water cooler in the conference room and stuff like that. That's when those things become evident right. Yeah i think there's a really easy way to measure it You know look if if you're successful in your job. Thank you probably have good social skills and Russell if your performances lacking then you know look there's one is too small of a number to achieve greatness so you know i don't.
"colgate" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"It may truly be a classic or another moving by titanic or something. They're going to start doing it. Then it really kind of races. What makes that movie a product of its time and i think it's just for me. It's not worth the grab. There's so many opportunities with all of the new properties and shows and streaming services. That are coming out now. You can place all the products you want and all of those. Why the mess with these classics. These older movies just to add it in another place. I don't quite understand. Let me throw this to i. I was playing devil's advocate. But i'm in complete agreement with you guys. Why don't they just do it. Hulu has been doing or was doing. I don't know if they're doing it currently but like once you hit pause on hulu you'll see an for like sharman you'll see an ad for pepsi or whatever when you hit it's not as agreed but i actually hate that too. I've run into issues with that. In fact just this week where i wanted to hit pause to look at something better or read something on a ladder that i couldn't see in time and like fuck. Now there's a fucking colgate atom. I screen what the fuck fuck. Now god damn it. Now i wanna i wanna fuck it eat. Those frito lay chips. It was like a no win situation. Either i forget what show was. But i was paused. I had the colgate ad. And when i turn caused to see what it said i had all the puck and mike hulu shit on the bottom of the screen blocking where i wanted to read so it was like no fucking win. It was like when i love it like amazon. When you hit pause on that you just get to see like the actors that are in the scene. And i like that i like to. I think it's sometimes. I'll just put it up and watch the actress clip around. Yeah i love it. A special animated properties like with invincible. It's been fantastic. It has because like who's voicing this character it's like oh shit that's that's mark hamill. Oh wow thank you. That's fucking cool. I hate this idea to. I hate it. But on the flip side like i can understand why these streaming services would want to kind of maybe begin into this and netflix's so struggling no there. Here's the thing it's like. Netflix is like they're putting so much money out there. They wanna make some of it back. Though jake it's not like netflix's making huge profit right now. This is all.
How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela
"Jenny. I'm almost have to admit not accustomed to seeing you as jenny. nobody else. Is that what you look like. I want to take a listen to the first video that you ever did. Hold up today. Go to pick up one three gilead of better sex for three going on meeting me gomez day metal supplement. Okay iressa on. And off for the love of god. So here's what's interesting. It's the first video that willa was ever featured in for buzzfeed but she insisted prior channel of mine called aggressive comex and a boiler was first introduced as a superhero Because this was a channel that was predominantly white male audience. I talked about video games and comic books and movies. Sifi strictly me being nerd and then at some point i did a movie review of the film kick ass and me and my writing partner for the show was to the cuban well because he knew that i kind of already did that sort of thing and so it was the same terrible wig that you do see in that buzzfeed video i think i through like baby powder on it to make gray and she had like this painted red mask over her eyes with like a fly swatter as were weapon and then eventually it made no sense for the channel. But you can tell that. I yearned to make this sort of content. It is interesting that something that is as big as a bulla takes that many iterations to get there like. I think there's a lesson in there for any creative. That is not necessarily that. The opening gambit is where you land now never being a nerd is as much a part of your identity and culture as being cuban. It seems did you see characters on tv or in media. Who has a latino nerd you identified with not really wasn't until recently that i started seeing that representation especially in a show like no spooky because these are a bunch of latino gods that are into the macab and they're a bunch of nerds and outsiders because that's a big part of me to what most approximated your own experience i would say. A lot of that was in black television. You see urkel you see. Carlton banks a lot of these like nerdy people of color on tv. Maybe sometimes says from that seventies show me. He had like a bit of a nerdy flair to him. I feel like latinos on tina's specifically were usually depicted as like very sensual loud colorful. You know things sofia vergara in modern family that was the typical depiction of what was and. So that's why. I had a hard time in the audition room. I didn't fit any mold of what especially miami casting paint a picture for me of what auditioning in miami looked like. It was a nightmare for me. I would show up and for those who don't know me. I'm like five feet pasty skinny little shits and he but then i have this like deep voice. No one knows what to do with me. So then i shopped to these auditions and they were usually little late sorta lottery or like colgate but then i would be up against women my age but they looked like supermodels and then there was me so then i just never felt like. I was sexy in us to sell toothpaste. I remember my very very first universal casting audition. It was for the florida lottery. And i had to be like this sexy. You're even an award. These like plastic clear stripper heels. I don't know. I don't know what i was thinking but i was nineteen years old. The silver lining of this terrible experience is that emotive issue to become a creator. I was tired of this. I was so tired. And then i did a couple extra work. Gigs was extra on. Burn notice and dexter. And guess what. I was scantily clad and tacky his hell because that's what they thought of people in miami. All of these shows always depicted people from miami in the same way and it always took place in south beaten always involve drugs and sex and violence. Which is another reason why. I'm working so hard today. To eventually sollers show. That depicts miami in a more authentic way so yeah it pushed me to go to school and learn how to do everything else on my own.
"colgate" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Rough one and and he's got a group of guys that he said it after the game us. And he said, I love this team. You know, It's a great bunch of guys. It's a good group. He says. We're gonna improve over time, and it's like you go down that roster and you're like, you know, you start finding a little bit more about each one of these guys is individuals and, yeah, they have assembled, you know, um, the it's not championship caliber roster today, but it's it's filled with a bunch of high Hi ethic kind of guys and guys work hard and show up and want to win. So I think they're going to grow together and I think they're going to destroy all the bottom feeder teams in the league. It's just a matter of How did they do against the against the You know the top five seeds in each conference that that we don't know yet. Well, let's make sure we ask him. Let's make sure we asked if he hated this team. Would he say it? You know, I hate this team. Brutal. Hey, get away from these guys. Fast enough hate coming to work every day. E got three time. I hope so. I didn't even use just cause I want to get away from these guys. Boy. All right, let's take a little warriors, basketball, NBA basketball and what's going on here? In the U. S of a with our good friend of Donald for 13 years. In the end before one of the few players to play in the NBA from a university named after a toothpaste. Pretty impressive stuff with Donald Boyle. Donna, what's going on? I'm good brother. Tell you, man. You look good doing good. How you been? Board. I watched the whole let flicks everything. There is a Netflix I watching. I'm still bored. I've read everything. And so now I'm just trying to climb mountains and find some new hobbies. I was your was your favorite thing on Netflix. Do you watch Oh, Zack, I have to definitely say without question. Great show Great Jason Bateman's from Advent aspic in that shell of a big fan can't wait for the next season. Need to. What about reading any books? Uh, any books? You do it pass along to us. It's been a fun out. It's really been a phonics. I'm leaving. Um, a few reinforced in freedom by Kelly Carter Jackson Reading Switch. Uh um chip heat on, um, on the reading A few hours. Uh, And I tend to read in different parts of the house. So it's like a book in different areas. We just lay your house that big. You can't walk to get the book. Not all you got one. But Abed, you got one You know, in your in your San area in the restroom can. There's no way I could do that. When I read a book. It's that book and that book alone until I get done with that book. I guess that my mind couldn't keep track of four books at one time. I think that's the curse of you know Colgate that there's five classes were calling it a curse. We're calling the ability to be able to read books concur. Really in different rooms of your house occurs Well, I'm from Louisiana. We have a different definition for the word curse of Donald. But we'll talk about that later. Patriot League man before I get to the Warriors in the NBA A, uh you're someone who consumes a lot of different stuff, not just sports. What was your take on what was happening yesterday here in the states. I think horrifying is the first the first word I would use. I think that what we've seen is an assault of the at the very center for democracy and what we see the impatience. Um, to walk within the system for one group. Where's another group can be stuff as they did and got all the way to penetrate and put all Oh, um long because the dress I think this was indeed adopted in our country. I mean, It is perfectly permissible to be, you know, to have different political ideology. Certainly I do from people that I agree with and people that I disagree with it, But I think what what happened yesterday was definitely tragic. That was a disgrace. An absolute disgrace is is what it was. I know you probably thought about stuff like this. Uh, how do we get to a point because there's always the ideal. Of America and in America itself, and I don't know if we've ever reached the ideal of America. Do we ever get there? Do we ever get to the point to where we're at? We're I don't think we should ever stop striving, but I think you're just certain things that are going to be the way they're gonna be. And we just gotta figure out a way to work around or make the best of them and try to compromise here compromise there. But it just seems like the last four years have just been. I mean, no one want everyone puts their fingers in their ears and start stomping their feet. When somebody says something I disagree with. They don't want to hear it. Anymore, And that's never a good sign. But do we ever get to that point to where the ideal America is realized? Yes, I think we do. And I think we have to agree a society. We have to really take a look at how all society is getting the information. I mean, what we're seeing is that there's two set of facts that are being discussed rather than What things are. There's a lot of euphemism and politics, and I think we really have to get to the you know to the meat of it. So, for example, that the congressional people that were, you know, going against the certification yesterday. I mean, we need to explain to people what they're saying is that they don't want black people to vote in this country. We have to be Up being nice about what has been happening. It's a debate. It's not a debate there the fundamental beliefs that the vote of black people doesn't matter and we have to say it. So at least that the people that are unsure about what going on they could decided that decide they want to be on and honestly, you could do that. It would be absolutely dreadfully honest about what is it steak and what is being discussed? We can't have Alternative facts so we can have alternative perspective. You're doing something. You have to eat it own it. We have to hold your foot to the fire, but I think that conversation With each other. I think at the end of the day when you go to a basketball game, no one who's understand we have Republicans inside..
Supreme Sells to VF Corp. Will it Sell Out?
"It's an entrepreneur's classic dilemma. Can we keep the culture that makes us unique and made a successful and still sell our company. Nowhere is this dilemma more stark. Then with underground street where companies supreme which recently announced that it selling to fashion conglomerate. Vhf corp you know. Vf the ten billion dollar company that owns nineteen brands including north face vans and timberland well in case she were doomed scrolling in miss the big news last week. Vf announced its deal to acquire supreme. For a couple billion dollars it's bs big acquisitions since it bought timberland and twenty eleven also for just over two billion dollars bloomberg reported. Now you've probably heard of supreme but just in case it's a streetwear company. It sells branded. T shirts hoodies hats and their fashion. Ain't cheap. The label launched with a single skateboard shop. In new york city in nineteen ninety-four the brainchild fashion designer. James jeb jeb. Lia will remain at the helm of the brand supreme at big by doing everything. Mass market brands don't do it. Amplified scarcity in a big way. Supreme spent almost nothing on marketing building. Up word of mouth instead. According to cnbc it opened brick and mortar stores. So slowly that. Today there are only twelve around the world and you couldn't just walk in to make a purchase. No the only way to get supreme. Fashion was to follow them on social media like a hawk waiting for them to announce random drops of merchandise. Today those drops our weekly getting a spot in line for the privilege of buying anything was intentionally almost impossible at the height of their popularity. Wannabe customers would camp out in tents or sleep on the street to get a spot in line. The next morning teens also commonly spent a couple of hundred dollars to purchase online bots that notified in the second clothing dropped but that notification guaranteed nothing products could be sold out in less than a minute that strategy in turn created hot resale market t shirts and hoodies that originally so for sixty to eighty dollars could fetch up to a thousand bucks on ebay and other resale sites. The supreme red and white brand became so magnetic that the company seemingly could sell just about anything by slapping the logo on it from kayaks to a pyrex measuring cup to a brick literally. You can still buy a supreme branded brick resale sites stock x. It'll set you back. One hundred and thirty dollars though according to cnbc and just for fun and unbranded brick currently cost sixty six cents. At lowe's the company also pursued its famous collapse strategy. Working in tandem with the f. Corpse vans timberland. North face to create supreme branded footwear and apparel partners included designers like gucci and louis vuitton even colgate toothpaste has a partnership with supreme for vf. The deal signals a strategic. Step forward in what it is called a transformation plan in recent years. Bef has begun. Divesting less edgy products. Like work. where it's off wrangler into its own company and is building on its prowess in athletic streetwear. Its stock price surged on the supreme announcement. Its biggest gain in more than thirty years according to bloomberg. But here's the really big question. Can supreme keep expanding by making its products. Hard to get under the umbrella of a fortune five hundred company with its eye on global growth. Bfce's the street where market is a fifty billion dollar opportunity. Supreme reportedly earned half a billion in revenues last year the f. plans to add new supreme stores around the world. The new york times asked kent supreme. Stay cool while going corporate seemingly. The answer is yes. After all one of the country's biggest private equity firms the carlyle group bought about half of supreme for five hundred million dollars in two thousand seventeen that deal prompted the same kinds of questions about authenticity but supreme continued to grow. Not everyone sees a smooth path forward. However matt powell is a senior industry advisory at retail consultancy npd group. He told the website high snow by the streetwear market is based on scarcity scarcity and growth are oppositional. Oh and one other challenge ahead for vs. It'll continue to allow supreme to do its famous collapse with partners outside the f- like for instance the f. rivals levi's and nike from the outside. That looks like letting your new spouse still collab- with other partners does it. Not and of course we all know how well that can work out in the end. Success will rest on whether the acquisition will juice revenues and profits for both partners. The f. is confident that supreme can become a billion dollar brand. If that is supreme can hang onto the cool rebellious image it's cultivated since his unassuming launch or than twenty five years ago
Exxon, Chevron lose $887 million as pandemic pain continues
"As much in the pandemic that has crushed demand for gasoline and jet fuel. Exxon Mobil laws $680 million in the summer order CEO Darrin would says the company's been cutting costs. Exxon is cutting 1900 jobs from its US were forced Chevron lost $207 million in the quarter. Chevron is also eliminating positions. Oil demands expected to Decline 8% this year. Colgate Palmolive
Dying winds give crews hope in Northern California fires
"Dying winds are giving crews hope fighting wildfires in northern California powerful gusts were replaced by breezes around the glass fire the flames moved through brush that had not burned first century cal fire's Billy C. says some crew members are worn out also been going since the middle of July without rest from fire to fire the fire you're in the northern part of the state so we're doing the best we can in cinema county at Laura Colgate's home is still standing none of the neighbors were left the lady across the road here gone all these people's things were gone I mean it's just like your devastation more than eight thousand wildfires that burned in California this season more than seven thousand buildings have been destroyed I'm a Donahue
A Sustainable Startup Is Taking a Bite Out of the Toothpaste Market
"Something to chew on more than a billion toothpaste tubes or thrown away every year. That's the equivalent of fifty empire state buildings of discarded plastic tubes accumulating in landfills and oceans but wait isn't plastic recyclable. Well, that's what we thought. But earlier this month and NPR and PBS expose found that most recycling companies are only recycling milk jugs and soda. Bottles. That's Right Those Food Containers Yogurt Cups and other plastics that you painstakingly rinse out and throw into your recycling bin get buried in the landfill just like the other trash and toothpaste tubes typically have aluminum in them aren't recyclable at all. Now, one cheeky tooth care startup wants to clean up the sectors act bite toothpaste bits has one of those typical problem solving origin stories. Founder Lindsey McCormack was bothered by the toothpaste tube she threw away in her spare time she came up with a chewable tablet that foam just like her favourite paste the company rack up about fifty thousand subscribers in a year. Bite take sustainability. Seriously the tablets are vegan gluten free and packaged refillable glass jars subscribe to refills and they in sacks you can throw into a compost heap. McCormick also managed to ditch many of the chemicals found in typical household brands. She even made an appearance on his shark tank where she turned down a six-figure offer from Mark Cuban. McCormack said, she wanted to keep more control over the company Bite recently released a line of vegan plastic free dental floss. The startup will have to face down some goliath-sized competitors though toothpaste giant Colgate is making its own sustainability play overseas the brands smile for good toothpaste is nearly one hundred percent natural and certified Vegan most toothpastes can't be certified begin because the animal derived glycerin they use. USA. Today reports smile good uses plant based Glycerin instead, it's also packaged in a plastic tube made from high density polyethylene also called HD. HD. p. e. actually is recyclable is the same plastic us to make milk jugs smile for goods much. anticipated. Packaging has a long time coming. It took the company five years to figure out how to make a recyclable plastic tube soft enough to squeeze. Parent company Colgate Palmolive says all of its products will have recyclable packaging within five years. Smile for good is being rolled out in Europe the company staying quiet on when or if it's coming to the US though these moves away from non recyclable plastics are good news for the environment, and if there are any silver linings to the horrors of this pandemic one may be this sustainability has more selling power consumers are more sensitive to the environmental impact of their purchases, according to progressive, Grocer magazine and July study by new. York University found that sustainability marketed products continue to grow during the pandemic even as other brands floundered. That priority is clearly not lost on companies ranging from scrappy startups, worldwide conglomerates that one a sink their teeth into a bigger space of the market share by.
Cuomo: Focus shifting to colleges in New York's COVID-19 response
"Andrew Cuomo was worried about spikes in Corona virus cases at colleges and universities. Now that school has started nationwide, 108 colleges have already reported more than 100 cases. In New York. We have a problem. SUNY Oneonta, Cornell, Buffalo. Hofstra's We go. Colgate Freedonia. That's all. Of course, the state there are
Texas Children's Hospital admitting adult patients to free up hospital beds in Houston
"The governor of Texas as the state surpassed five thousand cases in a single day bringing the infection rate to nine percent Texas children's hospital is now admitting adult patients to free up bed space for Colgate patients in
FDA ends emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine
"Federal regulators revoked emergency use authorization today of chloroquine and hydroxy clerical in to malaria drugs that president trump touted as potential treatments for covert nineteen the food and drug administration said today this drug may not be effective to treat covert nineteen the FDA said the drugs are unlikely to produce an antiviral effect and earlier observations otherwise the FDA said have not been consistently replicated Dr Simone Weil joins us from south shore health near Boston so what happened we are all trying to find a cure for Colgate nineteen act there was some profit with early studies that were done without the clerk went and everyone got on that bandwagon you really need to do something for these patients and there was a lot of promise however as we have progress and learn more we have found there's not a lot of any benefit to you I talked to Klara plan and that there's a lot of side effects we care about our work done about the yeah this is no small drug this is a powerful drug if they can treat malaria and it also used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis so you know it has its particular you know but right but no specific study to say it's actually beneficial for covert nineteen so how big of a disappointment is this I think we all wore something that your Kobe nineteen routine so many debts and that healthcare professionals will help lead because we want to do something but I think that there is something that gets a cold we're going to go through it I think they did not really pan out the way we hope it works I know everyone including the president has tried it but I was trying to keep all of the data and that's what we're going we're going to buy it they find that the information that we have and date on the studies that have not been released take care there is not enough data to support the benefits are I thought the kora playing basketball coach in nineteen patients and a big error that ID back in particular the card yet I noticed though that the FDA said some of the clinical trials would continue is that a good practice given the potential side effects I really want to get more data in order to yeah and third what data not very effective for treating Kobe nineteen more thirty seconds but you know we don't want to continue giving it back up right now what what's the next best thing well you know we have a few things that we're working on and you know we're doing when does the day here as one of the big brown I mean I can do a lot with that is there are other biologic that we are using and of course the biggest thing is working on back seat it's rare that the public take such an interest in these kinds of treatments but this is the process is in a trial and error figuring out something that might work in and figuring out it doesn't work this is a long process although they are meaning once you have information that's going to be rather than about the date your browser then we go ahead and we continue that that is not very date I think a lot of people right so you want to stop okay Simone Weil's and ABC news contributor joining us from south shore health in Weymouth
The Inside Scoop on Ben & Jerry's
"There's something really comforting about a pint of Ben and Jerry's even though it's full of sugar and Saturated Fat. It somehow feels okay. You know what I mean. Maybe it's the fair trade symbol on the front or the we buy from local dairy farmers on the side of the pine or most likely seeing Ben and Jerry's photo on it because you kind of know they're good guys that their hearts in the right place and the thing is all that peace and justice and love and equality stuff that Ben and Jerry's kind of tied together with brand it's real. It wasn't a gimmick it wasn't a strategy designed to attract customers. Because it's who they are. There weren't social enterprises back when these guys started and they certainly never plan to get rich but they did do well and they did do good and their amazing story of building. One of the most beloved ice cream brands actually begins almost sixty years ago. When Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield or at the same middle school on Long Island in New York? We were both fat. This kids we were both Nerdy not not in the mainstream socially. We were the two slowest fattest kids in gym class. You know if you're running around the track and you're half left behind everybody else. There's another guy there. Besides you get pretty friendly with a guy and did you end up going to the same high school. We went to Calhoun high school. We graduated. Barry was a math league. I was a debate club. I let her to debate letter and math. You guys grow up in Long Island. You Finish High School there and did you. Where did you go Jerry? Where did you go to College Ben? Where'd you go? I went to a lot of colleges. I went to Colgate I went to skid more I went to. Nyu went to the new school. What you did the circuit I dropped out of all those are And then I finally joined the university without walls which was the most unstructured college program at the time. The idea was that the whole world was your campus. You go out there and learn whatever you wanted to learn the new comeback to this administrative body and proved that you learn it and they give you a degree and I dropped out of there too so that was my college career still too much structure. Fan and Jerry. How about you? I went to Oberlin College in Ohio. I did four years straight. I was premed and applied to and got rejected from lots of medical schools on two different occasions. So so you guys were. I mean look failures. Let's be honest. Chat is untrue. But what happened after you graduate? How did you guys reconnect? Well I I was working Out of school for disturbed. Kids in the ADIRONDACKS. I was teaching pottery there and then I decided I wanted to try to learn a try to be a real potter. You know those who can't teach those who can do well. I tried doing and Nobody would buy my pots so I I left the adirondacks. I moved to New York City in order to get some more other influences on my pottery and of course it was so expensive to live in New York the needed to spend my time making rent driving cab and so I had this apartment. Pretty grungy apartment. Jerry showed up in New York. And you moved into Ben's apartment or you just you just ended up both by did sewed this after I graduated college after my first bout of medical school rejections I moved in with Ben in New York City and then I left and went to North Carolina and after my second bout of medical skirt Jackson's I connected with Ben Again and it was at that point we decided to Put our fortunes together and Open up a little shop which yeah which turned out to be an ice cream business. You know we. We didn't exactly think of it as a business. We thought of it as a venture like. Let's do something because we're right right. That's exactly right. Let's do something for a couple of years and then after we do that. Let's do something else. We talked about becoming cross country truck drivers after we did this ice cream shop so was ice cream. The the the main idea. Was that what you were going to do from from the beginning. Because because I've read that that you weren't really sure what kind of shop be we're GONNA do. Yeah we thought we would do something with food because we'd always liked to eat and we wanted to live in a college town so we thought about picking a food that was becoming popular in big cities but had not yet been brought to a college town and at that time the foods we thought about where bagels and homemade ice cream so we we went to a used restaurant supply store to price out BAGEL making equipment. This was G in G restaurant supply. All New York Luis There Luis this old guy with a gold chain around his neck and a big cigar in his mouth and He he told us we didn't have enough money to buy BAGEL equipment. He also told us I wouldn't screw you. Life's too short so I'm curious. I'm curious were you. Because you guys were mid twenties and did you sit down like you know. Hang out late nights putting out a strategy thinking Starting to think about different ideas you could do together and you meeting in in cafes during the day or was it a candidate even. How did you even start to develop this idea? It was just much less. It was just much more sort of the old days before cafe culture right right. No we did not meet in cafes to discuss this but we did discuss it quite a bit and we researched it quite a bit. We sent away for thirty espy. A pamphlets that cost between fifteen cents and three dollars per on all the different aspects of running a business. This is just like pamphlets from the from the small business that you were available. The government had how to calculate your break even point Pretty pretty basic stuff our goal when we open. Let's to make twenty thousand dollars a year a piece which was pretty good money. I guess in in the late. Seventy s right. No it was shitty money and it took us a long time to achieve that goal when you were in New York and of thinking about what you could do. How did you settle on on an ice cream shop? At how did you settle on Burlington Vermont? Well we settled on ice cream because Bega Clinton was too expensive and we settled on Burlington Vermont because originally we settled on Saratoga Springs and we actually moved to Saratoga Springs to get ready to open up the place and We're spending most of our time working on this business plan for an ice cream shop and doing a lot of research and we took this correspondence course and how to make ice cream. We were doing the correspondence course. We got the big college text book called. Ice Cream by Williams are buckled. Wendell as Arbox. Thank you the father of modern American ice cream and Jerry could understand that very complex textbook because he had this biochemistry background from his failed medical right so there were some other ice cream shop that opened up in Saratoga Springs before us it was called Afternoon Delight. Did they make good ice cream? We left town. They opened up. Just figure we'RE NOT GONNA WE'RE NOT GONNA open up here because we didn't want to compete and we figured we we had a better chance of success if we opened up in a place where there wasn't much competition and originally we were looking for warm rural college towns in the all. The warm ones already had ice creams as we went further and further north opened and the only town left that we knew anything about was BURLINGTON. Which you know is an hour and a half south. The Canadian border. It's cold there wasn't much ice cream here. I just want to pause for a SEC. Because I think a lot of people here Ben and Jerry's and think these guys were hippies which is true and they're you know they're sort of Activists and and but but that it was just kind of slapdash but you guys really did. Actually I mean there were some method to this you researched. You actually scope out possible locations. I mean this wasn't I mean you were really actually trying to do this in a methodical way. We're very hard worker. Yeah I mean no but when you describe it your your And yes all those things happen. But the way you're describing it is putting a lot more thought and planning into it then then we actually did. I mean we. We just took one step at a time and we did whatever the next thing was in front of us. I I think it was near that time that we kind of realized that the word business is you know. Essentially a kind of a busy nece that is mostly commonsense and a lot of
Coronavirus For Kids, And The Science Of Soap
"You may have been hearing lately about something called Corona virus. Or maybe you've been hearing about Kovic. Nineteen many of you have been affected more than just by hearing about this new illness. In some regions and countries. Lots of things have changed. Big events like football or soccer matches concerts and community events have been postponed mosque. Church and synagogue services have been cancelled and schools and places where adults work have been closed. It can be confusing or worrying when normal life changes. If you are feeling a little concerned you should ask the adults in your life to help explain things but you should also that things are probably feeling confusing. And maybe a little overwhelming to your adults to most of us haven't been through something quite like this before and going to take all of us being calm and following the best advice of health professionals and our local leaders to get through this together today. We're going to answer questions. You've been sending us about corona virus in an effort to make sure you are informed and prepared not scared. We're putting this episode out. On Friday March Thirteenth Twenty twenty. The global situation is changing very quickly. But the information. We're going to give you today pretty relevant. Whether you're listening the day we put this out or maybe a week or two later or perhaps even later and as things continue to change you can continue to send us questions. You think we should answer. Let's start with corona virus. What it is and what Kovic nineteen means we asked Critique polly to help answer your questions about this virus critique it is an infectious disease doctor. Infectious diseases are illnesses. That are caused by a microorganism. Getting into your body micro means small so something really small. You can't see it. Some infectious diseases are passed from one. Human to another by insects. Like mosquito others are passed from person to person in other ways like by one person. Coughing or sneezing and another person breathing in those cough droplets. In the Air Dr Critic Acapella works on Infectious Diseases and she's actually one of the leaders of the Infectious Disease Society of America so she thinks about contagious illnesses a lot and she's been helping a lot of politicians health officials and others think about this new illness. That people are so worried about so she was really glad to get a chance to talk directly to you to kids about the questions. You have islanders. Henry I'm eight years old. I live in Oxford. Ohio and my question is why did the current ivars happen? Hi My name is Isla. I live in spokane Washington. I'm eleven years old in my question is what do scientists know about the corona virus? Hi I'm Evelyn. I'm seven years. Old From Kirkland Washington. And I'd like to ask what is the corona virus. What exactly is a corona virus? We keep hearing this word corona virus. What is that? Karma bowl is on part about large family of germs called viruses chronic viruses infect animals and some infect people so the one that is causing the big outbreak right now is one that index people and sometimes when this happens it can cause infections of our lungs also cause fevers coughing and shortness of breath. Hi My name is Nathan. I am five years old. I live in Washington and lie. Question is why of a different take of other current viruses. That kids might be familiar with if if we've gotten a cold. Is that a corona virus. Yes quarterback most commonly called what we think of as causing the common cold so people have had probably a corona virus already in their lives. If they've had the sniffles coffin. It's not allergies. If they've had a cold viral illness they may already have had a corona virus. So why are we concerned about Cova? Nineteen the disease that's caused by this new corona virus. Hello my name is Waitin' Four and a half years old eleven in Pennsylvania. My question is was the coon of why was bad. Hi My name is advocates are the venture cargo. I am five years old Miami Kelly. I'm an elephant Chicago. How did the corona virus become so powerful so toby nineteen is what we call a novel coronavirus and what the word novel means is that it's new and that people have not seen it before and that's why it's called? Colgate nineteen the coast and for Corona. The D. I. Vin is Virus Disease In nineteen. Because it first appeared in people in two thousand nineteen and because it's new and people haven't seen it before it's making people very sick. Is that because because people haven't seen it before none of us have developed any immunity to it. So we're more likely to get it if we come in contact with it because our body has no built up way to try to prevent us from getting it. Because everybody's never seen it before. Yes that's one reason so the bodies have never seen it before We don't have any way for our body to recognize and develop a immune response to it so none we can get very sick and that is one of the reasons we are so concerned about it because we have seen that some people Who can get this disease? Get very sick. You said that that lack of any immune response is one reason. Are there other reasons why humans are likely to get this one or why there's concern about humans getting it? Well one of the reasons we get concerned about humans getting it's not. We've seen that people who are older when they got it tend to get more sick and that is one of the reasons we are so worried about it. My name is Tara and I'm turning eleven and I live in New York City and my question is how do viruses mutate? Hi My name is Millie and eleven New Jersey and I was six years old and my question is. How did the current virus start? Where did this disease come from? We aren't exactly sure where the disease has come from. Belli's one thing. We are still working to understand but we do know that there are lots of viruses in the world and based on our best guess right now where other chronic illnesses come from we right now think that it may have come from bats and there may have been some sort of intermediate host and from there came to humans however that has not been confirmed yet and they are still working to identify where it came from so it may have come from an animal animal's could have had this before humans ever got it and somehow transferred from animals into the first humans who got it absolutely correct. How does this virus spread in people? Virus spreads mainly from people either sneezing or coughing by their droplets. So that is why it is important if you sneeze or cau- to cover your mouth so you can't spread it to other people if you cover your mouth with your hand while you cough and then you put your hand down on your desk or your table or hold hands with your friend. Can you transmit the virus that way? Well sort of so if your hand has a virus on it and then you touch your hand and then your hand to get scars on it and your friend than touches the mouth or the nose order is than they can give themselves the virus if they don't wash clean their hands before they touch their mouth their nose or there is so it's very important to wash your hands before touching your face and critique. Oh we mentioned a minute ago. That people who've had a cold have had a corona virus. What are the symptoms of this particular corona virus covert nineteen so the most common symptoms of this corona virus? Or going to be things that make you not feel very good so a fever a cough and feeling tired and having maybe some muscle aches. Those are the most common initial symptoms. You're going to have when you have this
Brandless Is Dead. Long Live Purposeful Branding.
"Is dead so long. Leave purposeful Brandy Boone. So what is what was Brandis? Essentially it was a plain label brand. Ironically that the idea was that you were buying these brands at a substantial premium. Because you're not paying all of the brand tax if you like the brand mockup of all these big brands that they spend on advertising promotion so instead of buying colgate toothpaste you brand list toothpaste and that would be substantially discounted because they're not spending a bunch of money on advertising and promotion and again ironically creating a brand now they also tried to be initially natural and Organic. They also try to have everything based at three dollars price. I think those two things kind of came off the rails a little bit as they tried to expand and to me. It's a lesson in being the anti brand being the opposite is not all it takes need to have a purpose in your brand because really the only purpose behind brand Louis was that we are not the other brands like where the Anti Brand. It reminded me a brand that. I tripped across in a stronger couple of years ago. Which on the surface seems like a very similar story and that brand was cold. Thank you and again. I was selling products at discounted prices. Plane liable stuff mainly sort of personal care and commodity type items similarly initially to what they've been doing over at over brainless the differences between thank you and Brand Lewis. Is that thank you? Actually had a purpose. Vip purpose was donating all of their profits to various charities. And so I think the lesson there for brands is that you'll brand purpose is really what what holds through sure it. Will you know if you're in a commodity game if you're selling commodity goods being brand? Let's make sense because you don't really buying into the whole brand promise but you need to have something else other than just being anti brand. You need to have a brand purpose. And that's why I say. Long live purposeful branding
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"And your money now. Thanks, staples. Such as toilet paper, and diapers is going to cost you more. As makers are set to raise prices again this year after already hiking prices in two thousand eighteen hoping to offset higher commodity costs and boost profits church into white recently increased prices for about one third of its products, including cat litter and baking soda Procter and gamble Colgate. And Clorox have also raise prices or pledged to do. So in response to higher costs of raw materials
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"For what it's worth, I'm Michelle Franzen. There may be a lot of crying this year. Over a hike in prices for Staples, like diapers cleaning products, even toilet paper. Big brand companies like pampers and Huggies. Proctor and gamble. Sharman? An arm and hammer say the higher costs of raw goods and transportation due to US tariffs are partly behind the increase church and Dwight says it's raised prices on products like Armand, hammer's baking, soda cat litter, even Oxy clean, Clorox and Colgate-Palmolive are too. So far it's worked the higher prices offsetting lower volume. It's change from the decade of slashing prices. During the rebounding
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"Such as diapers and toilet paper is going to cost you more. As makers are set to raise prices again this year after already hiking prices in two thousand eighteen church and Dwight recently increased prices for about one third of its products, including arm and hammer cat litter and baking soda Procter and gamble Colgate. And Clorox have also raised prices or pledge to do. So in response to higher costs of raw materials and
Stocks rally on upbeat earnings
"Network. Stocks are rallying at the open following more. Upbeat earnings news from corporate America, apple Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft report earnings next week all them open tire. Starbucks focus on customer service seems to be working its earnings were better than expected at sales improved and it was bringing in more money than forecast. Starbucks shares opened up nearly three percent Colgate Palmolive is reporting a better than expected quarter it sales and earnings were stronger than forecast. Colgate. Palmolive shares opened up half a percent Intel's recent quarter was disappointing. And it's raising concerns that uncertainty in China could cut into its business. Intel's cloud computing business is seeing weaker growth. Intel shares opened down more than five
How is a 250-year-old encyclopedia company adapting to the digital age?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather Thomas testing centers to learn more head to planet, m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. You've spent centuries compiling knowledge now, what do you do with it from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. This week encyclopedia Britannica celebrates its two hundred fiftieth birthday. That's remarkable. But what may be more surprising to many of? You is the simple fact that it's still around the company went fully digital six years ago. No more tomes on shelves that pivot is part of the company's history of being pretty revolutionary when it began is likely pedia britannicas, founders published in English instead of Latin making it a resource for the masses today, given that pretty much everyone is hanging out getting most of their information on the internet encyclopedia Britannica is literally inserting itself. Wherever possible to provide context and stay relevant. Kartik Krishnan is CEO of encyclopedia Britannica. So what we want to do is instead of waiting for people to come to us. We want to take information to them. So on the search front we launched this product called Britannica insights, which is a chrome web browser extension. And when it's installed on your computer, and you do a search when that is relevant topic. Where Britannica has something meaningful to add our information shows up on the top, right, right? Above the Google knowledge panel. He says as a trusted gatekeeper of truth and knowledge that can help guard against fake news. So Britannica his also partnered with you to I don't know if you remember summer of this year YouTube got a lot of attention because there was a lot of fake information floating on the YouTube platform and Google rightfully said, what how do we actually provide people better context, we believe in free speech? So which means, you know, we don't want to prevent people from sharing all that information on YouTube. But how do we people provide context? So they start to Britannica and said can you help us provide relevant information on topics like moon landing for example, the Malaysian Airline disappearance. So all these key pop IX where there's a lot of fake information floating on the platform. So we created these format called what's known, and what's unknown. It's kind of an explainer format and these are now attached to the Google tiles. So if you do a search on moon landing and Cyclope DEA Britannica will show up all the way at the top providing you context on that particular topic. If you click on video that's elated to the moon landing. The Britannica panel is attached to the video itself. So that people can click on that panel and get access to trusted and verified information because you send the link to Steph curry so that he could see the man actually did go to the moon. I would be happy to write sometimes sending links to people don't work. My the text message. We can definitely work on finding the right medium to engage with people. That's our job. You know, how do we Bill as many engaging channels with our users? So that we can provide them information of value wherever they are whenever they need. It. Carsick Krishnan is CEO of encyclopedia Britannica, you know. My family had a set of encyclopedias when I was growing up as a thirteen year old. That's where I learned about the birds and the bees the clinical dispassionate birds in bees for God's sake. People have to talk with your kids. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Numbers alone. Don't tell the whole story. That's why. Marketplace tells the stories behind the numbers stories of real people of business both big and small and the impact the economy has on each of us. Donate today. Marketplace dot org to keep public service journalism going strong and right now your gift will go twice as far thanks to a dollar for dollar match from our friends at can Dida, thanks for your support. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet 'em. 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Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU 'em by lachey. Analytics Lana lyrics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determing what solution fits your tech stack. Visit Lana Lennox dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Sales made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. The UN's international. Maritime Organization is committed to cutting shipping. Emissions in half by twenty fifty that matters because shipping moves ninety percent of global trade right now, if shipping were a country is emissions would ranks sixth in the world. It would fall between Japan and Germany, and it would fall, of course, below the biggie matters in the China, the US that's James Corbett, a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He says part of the solution will be tech. I talked to Corbett I about high-tech sales. And no, these aren't the flapping sheets. You're thinking of corporate mentioned one solution being developed in Japan, a rigid surface covered with solar panels, having the ability to create a hybrid power system that is using the opportunity to expose these rigid surfaces to light and and extract the solar power from them. And. Store that into batteries. That's that'll be located down near the engine spaces and use those big solar panels as movable sales to adjust to the angle for maximum wind assist is going to be a real exciting. Kind of innovation that will work on some vessels. And it'll work on those vessels better in some routes where they can best take advantage of both sun and wind anytime you're talking about any of these changes, we're talking about affecting potentially impacting something that's incredibly vital, which is global trade. Are there any potential risks that could come with transitioning away from fossil fuels well in two thousand seven and two thousand and eight vessels unilaterally on container ships, especially unilaterally slowed down without waiting for the world supply chains to say it was okay? And what ended up happening is we shifted to larger vessels used economies of scale. And if you look at the seaborne trade curves today, you'll see that we're continuing to increase the amount of goods we deliver per year. But we're delivering them in larger delivery units less often with a slower supply chain. So I don't see that. There will be a imminent threat to the global trade of goods ships have known since Phoenician times that their first job is to serve the world's economies. Their second job is to not saying and their third job is to be good stewards of the environment. And what's happening this century is they're paying a little more attention to that to that third goal without compromising the other two James Corbett is a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He also told me adoption of newfangled sale technology. She might bring back some of the romance to being on an ocean crossing vessel this futuristic sailing. Take could very well. Attract a new generation of c travelers though Corbett has been time on a giant boxy cargo ship, and he thought it was plenty romantic in other arguably more gigantic tech news, Google CEO's Sundar Pichai finally had his day before congress. What do lawmakers do what the chance to hold one of the planet's most powerful people accountable. Well, wired says it was three and a half hours of political posturing, a lot of accusations and essentially a wasted opportunity. We'll have a link on our website. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. 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