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Fresh update on "corp" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"To be with you today. In this week on the network your guide host taught him And thanks to a team. May I be everybody back there? There's so much for you. I wish you knew the love that goes into the show. Someday I'm gonna find a way to really make that clear to you. Here's an example The the high note. This is we need things like this and Republicans. Conservatives should own things like this. It's redemption, its rebirth. In this case involves a rapture that change a young man's life. So this young man name his name is Rodney Stotts, and he's a former drug dealer. It turned Falconer So he was pretty bold, hard core criminal. Went to 33 funerals in a year until he said, No, I'm out. I don't wanna live this way. And he took a job at Earth Conversation Carson D. C Corp. Was. It was an Obama that couldn't say that. Yeah. You better Falconer named Bob Nixon. And Mr Nixon talked him about rehabilitating injured birds of prey and most. I didn't know this, but most Raptors don't make it to adulthood. And Rodney's thoughts learned how intervention could help them survive and He noticed something. Is a parable to his life. And he made an immediate connection with these birds. And he said, Start said the first time I held the bird. It took me somewhere else. And in that moment, he instantly knew there was way more to life than he had been living in three decades. Sense. Mr Starts, has earned his falconry license work with thousands of youth and underserved communities. And it's found that his own nonprofit called Rodney's Raptor before joined.
Fresh update on "corp" discussed on Seattle's Morning News
"Somebody overdoses and eyes that there's so much collateral damage that you can't even measure it. On Friday. Raider took the stand as a lead witness in a landmark lawsuit against three opioid wholesalers. McKesson Corp AmerisourceBergen and Cardinal Health. The potentially billions of dollars West Virginia's looking for would go to offset the soaring cost of first responders, jails and drug treatment centers. We were improving and then the pandemic. Came along. There were a lot of relapses, relapses and deaths, which increased by as much as two thirds from the prior year. As the Romans on drugs PD's revising your pectorals. It affects our first responders.
Fresh "Corp" from Austin's Morning News
"Be talking about pushing back against the radical Biden agenda, and this is all a distraction from our ability to be able to do that. Maryland's Republican governor, Larry Hogan, says he's bothered by the idea that members of the party are supposed to swear loyalty to the former president, noting the loss of the White House and Senate. Look, I think we've got to get back to winning elections again and We have to be able to have a Republican party that appeals to a broader group of people. He was on NBC's Meet the Press another day of fighting between police and Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem's Old City, with medics reporting 153 Palestinians hospitalized. Police used tear gas and stun grenades. They say Palestinians threw stones at officers and onto a road lady of the Western Wall worth thousands of Israeli Jews were praying Americans listening to Fox needs. Legislative advertising paid for by Las Vegas Sands Corp arranged by Julia.
Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility
"Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scale back project in southeast Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the company said that today. Details of the new deal were not immediately released. It was scheduled to be approved at a Tuesday meeting. Of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The new deal will reduce the potential tax breaks by billions of dollars and still have potential tax breaks worth more than 10 million for Fox con
Topps to go public through SPAC deal as baseball card company ventures into NFTs
"Going to start with tops. yes tops. The company best known for baseball cards and bazooka gum is going public with mudrick capital acquisition. Corp so yes people. We have another spac on her hands. Michael eisner who used to be the person running the walt disney corporation is the chairman of tops. Eisner is going to remain in that position. You tell me. What can i interest you in a few shares of tops. Yeah i'm interested. You know chris. I sometimes make fun of so many that are coming out. We all talk about spanky stocks but to me this was because it gives you an entry into the collectibles market now there are some publicly traded collectibles companies funk. Oh comes to mind. They make those great bobblehead collectibles. You can purchase online or in stores but the opportunity to embrace to invest in baseball card. Collectibles is really neat. You know tops is not a small company more. It's been around for a decades sales last year. Rose twenty three percent year over year. Two five hundred sixty seven million bucks. This is going to be not an immaterial deal. The company will have about five hundred seventy one million cat in cash from the merger. I really like that. Tops is branching out into the most cutting edge type of collectible stare into. Nafta's non fungible tokens for those of you who are crypto enthusiasts. They have digital collectibles. I think last month. They introduced a godzilla. And if t collectible so this is not your father your grandfather's tops anymore. And this is what. I like about spags as much as i. I make fun of them personally. Sometimes they're giving you opportunities as investors opportunities to take part in sectors of the economy that we might not be able to aspects of introduced a lot of us to new avenues into alternative investments in the cloud cope. Collectibles market is an alternative investment avenue. That i've been interested for a long time.
News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division
"The second time in a week, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is on the prowl this time snapping up the consumer Division of Boston Book publisher Houghton Mifflin. Heart chord. It's nearly $350 million deal giving News Corp access to some high profile authors. It follows a deal to buy investor's business daily. As for Houghton Mifflin car cord, it will now focus on its education, publishing and digital
News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm
"In London. Simon I in Fox News major publishing business has been sold. News Corp is buying Houghton Mifflin Hardcourts Consumer publishing business That's paying $349 Million Dhmh unit includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martha Stewart titles and the Carmen San Diego books. It also publishes George Orwell. Philip Roth and its Children's books also include the little blue truck, Curious George And the Polar Express. The sale will help hoping to pay down debt and focus on its digital first education strategy.
News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division
"An agreement to purchase the consumer arm of educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Hard court, which would mark the media companies second deal in less than a week. Deal without a portfolio of high profile novels. Monsters such as George Orwell, Philip Roth and J. R. Are talking to News Corp's Harken Paul HarperCollins Publishers division. The deal indicates that News Corp. Which in addition to Harper, Collins, owns Wall Street Journal and Market Watch publisher Dow
Brian Crannell On Tiny Speakers And MEMs Mics
"Frank randall. Welcome to the voice by podcast brett. Great to be here. Okay so you are with knowles corp and i believe knows corp is kind of like basf. When i was growing up there are the components supply chemical and almost everything that was used by consumers back in the day. Actually don't know where they stand. These days of private acquired divested three or four times. But why don't you tell me about knowles. One of the most important ingredient components suppliers out there. Happy to happy to It's fun place to be This is my tenth year with knowles. And really when i joined i didn't appreciate the brand And as you get into it you really learn the heritage and really starts with knowles founder. Back in the forties of the last century Kinda technically inclined trying to stop some problems and ended up Chicago had a number of hearing aid companies that were supplying to people who had hearing problems in the fifties sixties and hugh worked very closely with them to come up with some new concepts. To frankly miniaturize microphones and speakers so in the old days The hearing aid was sort of a belt. Pack and then you'd have something that sat on the table and something went up to your ear a contraption and at the end of the day by a couple of things miniaturising speaker and microphone but also more importantly taking the power way down That was able to really enable it to go to be a worn device up at the air so in hearing aids. Today there is typically two microphones and one or two speakers on each year. And that's kind of knowles inside and what we've been able to do over the years. Is it translate that expertise on high quality audio super small super low power in two different of the same and One of the biggest things we've done That are no. The last fifteen years is invented. New class a microphone. Which is the men's microphone so it's basically a silicon wafer where the structures are built using standard silicon techniques and with a little magic we a- carbos up and put him in a little boxes and test them and salacious is voice enabled. These days has got a high probability of having a new
News Corp to Buy Investor's Business Daily for $275 Million
"Business daily. For $275 Million. News Corp also owns Dow Jones News Market Watch in Barron's JetBlue is getting into the travel booking business, launching a site called the
In community and out of prisons
"In any given year hundreds of kids language behind bars in australia. The minimum age of criminal responsibility is ten in other words of both graded can be arrested and brought before corp camera is the only jurisdiction has taken steps theresa age this week on women on the line raise the age campaigner and solicitor. sophie Explains why locking up. Kids is not only traumatic for the child but exposes them to further And in the second half of the show to win times marissa's Chats bronwyn carlson a professor of indigenous studies at macquarie university. We want to thank maria for giving us permission to play his special international woman's day coverage but first up. Let's look at the campaign to raise their age. Welcome to woman on the line sophie. Thank you very hurt before we look at raise the age campaign. I thought it'd be important to discuss some of the issues that kind of a span the campaign. so let's stop from the top. What factors lead to youth offending proably aware but in australia children as ten year old can be arrested by police and putting the present. So we're talking about extremely young children when we talk about these ideas offending offending anything Maybe an out of home care who Throws them dinner across the room because they get frustrated right through to the things that we might move typically think about like lifting or Some sort of property graffiti something like that. So there's a whole Spectrum of how young people might get caught up in the criminal justice system aboriginal and torres to own the kids of on will likely to be picked up by police arrested put in prison cells than non indigenous kids and the reason that this is a combination of voice over policing so these kids just thing more visible to police and police targeting these these children more often and policies which make lot hotter for these keys high level of poverty and more insecure in unaffordable housing. Things like that got you. And so what happens when children do come into contact with the criminal justice system i had is there. Life generally pan out so again it really depends on who the child is So as i said keep the jiang. ten can come into contact with criminal justice system for that means they might be arrested by police. Taken to a police lockup cell or the night with they might be held that we brought before court and it will be decided what happens to that child Kids that i worked with minimum territory. you know often within sent to sent to juvenile justice detention centers so effectively presents You know where they can be held. If any length of time ed alternative of course his kids particularly to on average charge two kids who come from more privileged background. They might get diverted by police. They might be given a warning that might be taken hunch their parents so a lot hangs on how the police interact with the children. Right the reason. I ask that question was to sort of look at what happens. Like how does prison exists the issue so these kids are going in for minor problems but what does the criminal justice system due to them. Yeah so you almost nothing. Good comes out of the criminal justice system. All the medical evidence tells us that The younger child comes into contact with the criminal justice system. The more likely that they will stay engaged. So that means you know you pay if a kid is eleven years old when they first have contact with police them much more likely to later in life including when adult continue to have that that contact with the criminal justice system and there were lots of reasons to this. But they're all pretty simple when you when you take a kid a child away from their family away from schooling away from all those social structures and support if extremely traumatic for the child. A young person's brain is developing until the about twenty five itchy tilles very young so it disrupts the way brain can can form mature and clerk even basic things like egypt taken out of the formal education system. Says six months very hard for you to reengage with that when you get back. It's very hot. Eatery engage with your friends and your family and third. These kids have a lot of difficulty issuing than normal lives in the community officer being disrupted and very traumatic way by putting these children tension sensitive
Nintendo Plans Switch Model With Bigger Samsung OLED Display
"Nintendo co plans to unveil a model of its switch gaming console equipped with a bigger samsung. Oh led display this year hoping the larger touchscreen can prop up demand in in time for the holidays people familiar with the plan. Said samsung display co. We'll start mass production of a seven inch seven. Twenty p resolution led panels as early as june within initial monthly target of just under a million units. Said the people who asked not to be identified discussing internal matters. The displays are slated for shipment to assemblers around july. The people said representatives for nintendo and samsung display declined to comment nintendo seeks to sustain a switch lineup that continues to sell well against the xbox and playstation thanks to pandemic era breakout hits like animal crossing and a chip crush. That's plagued supply of rival devices but the gadget is now in its fifth year while microsoft corp and sony corp both have new more powerful machines in the market. The gaming community has speculated online about the introduction of an old lead. Organic light emitting diode screen but nintendo has stayed mum in president Shuntaro for awhile. Through our set in february his company has no plans to announce a new switch quote unquote anytime soon. Which is we pointed out in february could have meant as much as oh no time soon and they do next week and they're like well no. That wasn't soon. That was a week. Are you talking about. Saddam works samsung's involvement is the strongest indication. That nintendo is serious. About updating the council on a large scale
Nintendo Plans Switch Model With Bigger Samsung OLED Display
"Nintendo co plans to unveil a model of its switch gaming console equipped with a bigger samsung. Oh led display this year hoping the larger touchscreen can prop up demand in in time for the holidays people familiar with the plan. Said samsung display co. We'll start mass production of a seven inch seven. Twenty p resolution led panels as early as june within initial monthly target of just under a million units. Said the people who asked not to be identified discussing internal matters. The displays are slated for shipment to assemblers around july. The people said representatives for nintendo and samsung display declined to comment nintendo seeks to sustain a switch lineup that continues to sell well against the xbox and playstation thanks to pandemic era breakout hits like animal crossing and a chip crush. That's plagued supply of rival devices but the gadget is now in its fifth year while microsoft corp and sony corp both have new more powerful machines in the market. The gaming community has speculated online about the introduction of an old lead. Organic light emitting diode screen but nintendo has stayed mum in president Shuntaro for awhile. Through our set in february his company has no plans to announce a new switch quote unquote anytime soon. Which is we pointed out in february could have meant as much as oh no time soon and they do next week and they're like well no. That wasn't soon. That was a week. Are you talking about. Saddam works samsung's involvement is the strongest indication. That nintendo is serious. About updating the council on a large scale quote the led panel will consume less battery offer higher contrast and possibly faster response time when compared to switch his current liquid crystal display said co founder of display consultant the ds the latest model will also come with four k ultra high definition graphics. When paired with tv's they said that could intensify a longstanding complaint of developers who have struggled with the difference in resolution between hand-held and tv modes and now face a bigger gap between the two that can intensify long cynically. The nudist plays resolution. Mir's the current switch and switch life but is an upgrade from the switches. Six point two inch and lights five point five inch size if the consuls housing remains unchanged the new switches likely sport a thinner basil parris lilly. How do you unpack this. would you be excited for. Would you buy. Do you believe it. So i have three switches in my house already. My kids you're buying this no matter. What no yeah. I'm getting it absolutely. This is the one that i've been waiting for. I think the biggest thing that i took out of this. It's not only as an led screen but the fact that you're because of the power consumption is going to be less. You're going to get more battery life. That's obviously been a big thing that we've wanted with the switch in portable mode on thing which they don't talk about in this that i'm hopeful to see what whenever we we get the unveil. This is better joy cons potentially You know probably thinner. Basil's noted mentioned mentioned it in there as well. The fourcade thing is interesting. It's clearly the logical step to go when it's going to be in tv mode so speak. Yeah i guess. I really don't care when it comes nintendo with four k And i know there's obviously been some speculation with developer support on this. How are if it is going to be going from. Seven twenty pm scaling. All the way up to four k is that gonna put just make an extra workload for developers. Like i said to me if it stated tonight ep but it had better battery life better a bigger screen. That's enough i. I would be happy with that to me. The switch ninety percent of the time. I'm playing it in portable mode anyway. So i'm not overly concerned with there being four k in dock mode and playing that way so i mean i think a lot of this is true but it'll be interesting to see what what the truth looks like.
Gathering Data for Zero Trust
"So today's topic is trust or beyond corporal. Max what are these terms. What is zero trust what is beyond corp. So this goes back about twelve years or so when google had two fundamental reimagining of how we do security inside our company and the effort was called beyond corp because it was an effort to move beyond a corporate network. We had to go past the idea that you're either inside the corporate network and thus you can get access to the things and we presume that you are safe or you're outside and have no access at all like when you're working from home or from starbucks and we realized this was a problem for a host of different reasons as we started changing things more recently. Zero trust has become the meam the term and these efforts. And it really just means. I don't implicitly. Trust my network. And i'm a big fan of beyond corp a big fan of zero trust. I do think they both get thrown around broadly and can be very confusing when people often will say them but mean different things so it's great to define our terms here and dig into it a little bit so this is really the move away from enterprises being a crunchy exterior with soft. Julian said yes. No more eminem's more eggs is about abandoning perimeter security. It's about contextual access. It's about testing each and every time. Somebody tries to get to a resource whether that's a website. A database of the vm. And checking do. I actually trust max enough to let him in right now. I think the broad definition is something risk because frankly experience i've encountered people who say trust means you can trust anything and frankly this is false because you obviously need to trust the cia system itself you have to trust identity to trust endpoint data. So let's go have a discussion. About what else must be used announcement to trust it for zero trisystem to build a chain of trust completely and with beyond corp in the way we've decided to implement zero trusted google. You do have to start somewhere so often. That means you're starting with a trust in some of the information you have about your people because you've assembled it yourself having hired them and some information that you have about their computers which are getting from agents a frequent challenge. I get there is. What if the agent gets compromised. Then what do i trust. You don't wanna place all your trust in just one agent or one data source but what we do is gathering information about the devices that employees are using and we have information already about the employees. Right i know max. He's in new york. He works in engineering. And so that gives me a way to design a system that can grant or deny access based on that data. And i trust that data because i know where it came from. I know how i got it. And i have other data sources to corroborate it so that useful to talk about the root of trust in a system like this. What's the real root of trust. What must be trusted. Otherwise the whole thing collapses. I mean you trust it. I'm not an alien and human form feeding information to my overlords sin orbit the moon. But you have to trust some level of egypt based data about your devices right. I'm not in everybody's house right now as we work from home checking on their computer and a half to trust something that i'm getting back where the vets from crumbs verification whether it's from crowd strike or whatever it is i need that device identity and device meta data and i have to trust my. Hr system right hover tracking all these people and the groupings. Tim says he's in product management Really trust that that's true. I mean i could go check but if someone had access to the way we track. Employees had that had been compromised. that's definitely going to derail miser. Trust system for sure this was substantially line identities being accurate and correct so that means probably multi factor indications neither the actual identity should be attached to the right people and peoples would be grouped in the right way to me. This is probably the second big part of what i would call. Route of trust. Trust is identity not just device date exactly and the reason. I don't just trust tim to say who he is is that he's also antiquated with a strong second factor. So that it's very hard for someone to spoof or fish or otherwise impersonate his identity. And that's an important part of the whole chain of trust in the way beyond corp. Zero trust implementations should work. Sounds like we really got three pieces of trust here not zero trust. We've got identity trust. We've got multi factor trust and we've got device station trust so not zero trust. Yeah and i think identity is something i would maybe break out into a couple pieces. Is this actually max or someone pretending to be him. And then there's is max in the right groupings right. Did he get the right entitlements that he inherited by the factor of being in cloud or being an engineer under being developer relations. So yes and. I think it's good to point out the second factor that i am definitely trusting the strong authentication of choice. And without that this whole system falls apart if you have weak or officiapl authentication mechanisms. Please don't even try to zero trust. You have bigger fish to fry and you need to do it right now.
Gathering Data for Zero Trust
"Our guest today. Is max salt. Install a developer advocate here at google cloud. Max thank you so much for joining us today. We are stoked to have you on the podcast. And i think we will get right into it. So today's topic is trust or beyond corporal. Max what are these terms. What is zero trust what is beyond corp. So this goes back about twelve years or so when google had two fundamental reimagining of how we do security inside our company and the effort was called beyond corp because it was an effort to move beyond a corporate network. We had to go past the idea that you're either inside the corporate network and thus you can get access to the things and we presume that you are safe or you're outside and have no access at all like when you're working from home or from starbucks and we realized this was a problem for a host of different reasons as we started changing things more recently. Zero trust has become the meam the term and these efforts. And it really just means. I don't implicitly. Trust my network. And i'm a big fan of beyond corp a big fan of zero trust. I do think they both get thrown around broadly and can be very confusing when people often will say them but mean different things so it's great to define our terms here and dig into it a little bit so this is really the move away from enterprises being a crunchy exterior with soft. Julian said yes. No more eminem's more eggs is about abandoning perimeter security. It's about contextual access. It's about testing each and every time. Somebody tries to get to a resource whether that's a website. A database of the vm. And checking do. I actually trust max enough to let him in right now. I think the broad definition is something risk because frankly experience i've encountered people who say trust means you can trust anything and frankly this is false because you obviously need to trust the cia system itself you have to trust identity to trust endpoint data. So let's go have a discussion. About what else must be used announcement to trust it for zero trisystem to build a chain of trust completely and with beyond corp in the way we've decided to implement zero trusted google. You do have to start somewhere so often. That means you're starting with a trust in some of the information you have about your people because you've assembled it yourself having hired them and some information that you have about their computers which are getting from agents a frequent challenge. I get there is. What if the agent gets compromised. Then what do i trust. You don't wanna place all your trust in just one agent or one data source but what we do is gathering information about the devices that employees are using and we have information already about the employees. Right i know max. He's in new york. He works in engineering. And so that gives me a way to design a system that can grant or deny access based on that data. And i trust that data because i know where it came from. I know how i got it. And i have other data sources to corroborate it so that useful to talk about the root of trust in a system like this. What's the real root of trust. What must be trusted. Otherwise the whole thing collapses. I mean you trust it. I'm not an alien and human form feeding information to my overlords sin orbit the moon. But you have to trust some level of egypt based data about your devices right. I'm not in everybody's house right now as we work from home checking on their computer and a half to trust something that i'm getting back where the vets from crumbs verification whether it's from crowd strike or whatever it is i need that device identity and device meta data and i have to trust my. Hr system right hover tracking all these people and the groupings. Tim says he's in product management Really trust that that's true. I mean i could go check but if someone had access to the way we track. Employees had that had been compromised. that's definitely going to derail miser. Trust system for sure this was substantially line identities being accurate and correct so that means probably multi factor indications neither the actual identity should be attached to the right people and peoples would be grouped in the right way to me. This is probably the second big part of what i would call. Route of trust. Trust is identity not just device date exactly and the reason. I don't just trust tim to say who he is is that he's also antiquated with a strong second factor. So that it's very hard for someone to spoof or fish or otherwise impersonate his identity. And that's an important part of the whole chain of trust in the way beyond corp. Zero trust implementations should work.
Harris, Embiid lead 76ers over Raptors 109-102
"Troy Cerro San Fernando court must lead the way for the seventy Sixers offensively and I one oh nine one of two triumph over trauma when Emily arena there was one eight of twelve from the field as the team high score he had twenty three points Corp bonds got hot early fifteen of his nineteen points coming courtesy of the three ball Robert Pelletier one would scoring finishing with a game high twenty four points Pascal Siaka matter twenty two if a loss before the game the Sixers Ben Simmons was named as a reserve to the Eastern Conference all star team I'm John whether it
Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content
"A little bit about peace in australia. The australian government has agreed to amendments to its proposed media code and facebook says that within the coming days it will no longer block australia new sources on its platform. The amendments are going to change four things about the news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code. That's the one that says you have to pay news publishers in australia. If your facebook or google well. It might not apply to facebook and google anymore. The first is about how a platform qualifies for the law. One of the reasons only facebook and google qualified to be subject to the code under its original. Drafting was because of the way. They measured significant bargaining power imbalance. Now with these new amendments to designate. a platform is subject to the code. The government must also consider not only the bargaining power imbalance but whether there are commercial agreements being made with news companies. Already which as we know. Google has done and now it looks like facebook is about to start doing so conceivably the deals google has made could exempt them from being subject to the code at all and facebook makes the right deals. Sounds like maybe they could be exempt from the code. The government now has to give one month notice if a platform is going to be subject to the new code that probably is to give companies time to strike deals and avoid being subject to the law. Companies will not be penalized for striking different deals with different companies. Giving them some latitude negotiate ahead of time and if a platform was subject to the code they now have two months to negotiate a deal before being forced into arbitration so kicking. That can down the road a little even at the very end facebook got to work and reached a deal with seven west media already to provide news. Facebook has a special news section to showcase news partnerships in other markets. Besides australia and it's expected to launch similar features in australia. So seven west. The i expect expect nine entertainment and news corp follow along if this is all gonna go smoothly. The legislation is expected to pass as early as wednesday after which treasurer frieden berg would begin determining which platforms if any it applies
Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content
"A bounceback from that whole australian law controversy from last week according to app annie. The australian broadcasting corporation's news app was briefly the most downloaded app on the australian app store after facebook's news ban announcement quoting the verge. Facebook's band dramatically shrunk the audience for some australian news outlet sending traffic down ninety three percent the day after the ban was put in place according to nieman lab but abc news responded by adding a banner to its homepage. That said missing our news on facebook. Get the latest news and live notifications with the abc news app since then. The app has risen from the high for hundreds to its current spot at number two whatever the reason readers heading directly to new sources over the social media sites that cannibalize them seems like a positive and other news organizations could potentially take advantage of the ban in similar ways. It's an unintended effect of facebook's hardline. Approach compared to its competitor. Google which struck a partnership deal with three of australia's largest media companies seven west media nine entertainment and news corp for its news showcase and
Facebooks Australian News Blackout
"We're gonna stop me on the side of the world We've news or rather the lack of news on facebook in australia uses. There can no longer cheryl read news articles from australian or international publishers in a row over proposed legislation from the australian government. Alex hold my hand here. What is going on in two thousand eighteen. The australian government regulator lotion inquiry into impact. Face what we're having on competition particularly around advertising and they found that there was imbalance of power between tech firms and the media and they recommended a code of conduct. That was very long complicated. But essentially it meant that they were gonna get share advertising revenue. Or there's going to be some sort of deal struck between those platforms. Giggle went okay and started making deals news. Koa is probably the biggest one and facebook is just pulled all of the australian new sites off its platform as a sort of nuclear option and basically said well. We've done what you asked. What do you want to do now. And it's almost felt like an empty threat when threatened to do it last year. Now it's real ever all they really did mean and that's a surprise you know. Isn't it clearly just abandoning the best. I think the most interesting thing. It's the perfect storm with australia. Because there are big enough country that that it's significant around the world. Everyone's watching to see what comes out of this. But the people in the world understands what precisely and but they're still not in the top twenty countries a facebook users so business of apps article said that australia's population twenty four male. So even if everybody in australia was facebook using adult they would still only reached nineteenth place of most popular facebook countries regardless of the politics. Heavy steve it just isn't good. Pr for facebook is it. And then i must have made the decision that it doesn't matter that is bad. Pr but i mean for one thing but extensively refusing to pay nominal tax you know despite being one of the world's biggest companies and for another thing when the middle of pandemic and that turning off news to an aging demographic who using service. You might want to know where they vaccines are at. I think when the period of time where the hall of this kind of disinformation machinery during the presidential election the criticism of getting rather just pull out completely out of australia doesn't send a good message to uses. All united see news. App is trying to get factually promptly check journalists and now it just smacks The valley it signed by. Maybe perhaps google is by by playing ball a little bit more with the content providers. I think in this convenient this information east of you want facebook to be really kind of suppose could quality journalism given alex is essentially while we're different to google search engines because publishes willingly upload their content to us and so they volunteering the information to us and why should we pay them to provide them with the platform. But it's not really true. I mean don't you have to basically have your content on facebook. I three years ago. You definitely did. i think. Now it's a case of across all publishers. Most of publishers facebook traffic will come from users sharing their stories to their own pages so they won't come from the brand themselves and so the bruns choices to publish that story. But it's not to publish on facebook necessarily. It's the question of whether or not then. Publishers have benefited by having face because platform so so particularly in all the users all the users go to facebook and then they click through for news rather than going to a new site for news which is something that the entire news industry is desperately trying to change. Probably new york times to the front of that bbc and the daily mail been leading on that for a while so the question is should facebook pay when people prefer platform to a news homepage. And that's difficult. All depends on whether or not publishers need. Facebook more than facebook. Needs publishes and i do not know the answer to that question also opposed goes to the heart of the origins of the open web. Doesn't it steve. Because the whole point of the way that the world wide web was built walls you can always linked to something for free. You can refer someone to something for free. That's not the same as publishing. That's how wikipedia works that's how other sites that are the facts about this work. Some applies in the state. Okay off the bolted. But i think we'll be interested to find out if that kind of sliding mole Content makers these big platforms whether that does really benefit that does is it going to increase the goss. Subscriptions by being late to secure gle by having that league that click from facebook. Is it going gonna financially benefit the middle lousy probably fund that journalism but also like who's getting the money and that's the other thing isn't it. Do we say in the case of google. You're saying google play pool. I mean that's true. That was a threat. Basically from being wasn't disable we'll pay in that kind of seemed to them a little bit. But do you say great. Journalism is being properly funded by google. Because they're going to give some money to news corp every time you click the link or do you say oh sorry open web. It was nice while it lasted but actually turns out we promote it was going to get the money anyway. The idea of the open wipe is tricky in anyway because as increasingly more sites are finding out a subscription model is is a way to have more stable income rather than appetizing income. Once it got a discussion there is no right. Answer that both valid but when it comes to how you fund journalism which journalism you decide is worthy of funding is stuff that is well read worthy of funding or is it only meaningful investigations. Take six months and nobody reads. Is that the sort of stuff. You should be funding. And who draws the line and where is that line drawn about what is worthy journalism. And what is just stuff that you found out that you're writing about and both valid like says it takes sports. Journalism is that valid journalism. And should that be funded. Is that less or more worth than a quick story about somebody who's been defrauded. It's a difficult thing about whether you make that judgment. The same as every publications editor is the story. Worthy should be a newsweek story. Is a bbc stories at wherever story. How do you workout. How you fund those things if you're a third party platform but also another reason that it seems that google have stumped up now as an an onion australia but the presumption is this might roll out elsewhere as well obviously is that they're launching. Google news showcase which is a new product isn't it. I think you need to google news app to see in the uk. So i haven't have you and also as a publisher as an editor. Does he really did these. Things really actually make any different. I mean how many links referrals do you get from sites like that and apple news really. I'm going to speak very vaguely about the level of traffic. That person's gusty. I think is the price of talking to say. I would puglia shame. The news traffic is significant across globally. So that it's it's not an insignificant patriot figures when you talk about the level of loyalty brings the branding. That's more difficult question. And there are no clear answers on that but take facebook facebook as you start. It's news initiative so announced the already launched in the us but announces launching in the uk. The next few weeks of that that plans to pay news publishers to be partnered with facebook so that that type of model is beginning already and we know that. Facebook and google provide huge amounts of traffic to publishers across the world. The ones where there're affiliate content and have been around for a while so we know so flipboard poker apple news. Are they actually significant. There's a user. They don't seem to me to be at yes that Flipboard is still flipboard user. Bases shrunk over the recent years because of google's controversial push towards its an platforms above flip boat but they are still all big traffic drivers. And if you're looking full patriots all of those are valid and can drive millions of patriot. Each month i think so once you get into the real multinational website so much sites. It's less of a percentage for this sites that that could be a huge jump in traffic. That could be thirty. Forty percent and on the smaller sites steve. A you mentioned misinformation an arguably. Actually if you've got kind of legit sources adding revenue for placement on sites like google. It away you can be sure about the quality of the journalism but at the same time you end up with a which is why the web existed you end up with that. A two lane highway. Don't you wear the smaller players and never given the prominence of the big players and it's actually harder to combat. Political narrative will propaganda that way than it would be otherwise it yet. I i suppose that's why you need to look a look at these other platforms. That are kind of imagine like capacity people having the different compensations. What you might get some full sensitive information beth. I wonder if that to access journalism days is always going to exist in some full and the people he won't say will find it but that he wants incentivized Look beyond really manny while they were
Dennis Muilenburgs Bet on the Future
"Denis muhlenberg has kept a low public profile since he left his job. Ceo of boeing at the end of twenty nineteen. But that's about to change me. Lemberg has teamed up with air finance founder. kirsten bartok tau and other aviation luminaries to fund a special purpose. Acquisition company called new vista acquisition corp. They're aiming to raise two hundred and forty million dollars through public offerings to acquire businesses focused on transformational technologies in areas. Such a space defense and communications advanced their mobility and logistics. What does that mean well. We'll let you hear directly from denison. Kirsten who have joined today also with us on my side of the table so to speak is aviation weeks. Technology specialists and urban air mobility guru executive editor graham warwick. Just one no we will. Not be talking about boeing past or future. If you're interested in that i'd like to refer you back to our january twenty nine podcast so let's get started a dentist. Tell us what you're up to. And why joe the good morning and thanks for the chance to talk about new vista. We're very excited about this. New endeavor and that excitement starts with a tremendous opportunity that we see right now as you know i had the privilege of being the ceo of boeing back in. We celebrated our centennial in two thousand sixteen and we. We did some work together on the age of aerospace and when we look back on the history of aerospace the opportunity in front of his right. Now i think it's the greatest one in that one hundred plus year history harris face. We're seeing this convergence of technologies in a way that we've never seen before technologies that span artificial intelligence autonomy new manufacturing techniques satellite technologies new types of vehicles and propulsion systems that set of emerging technologies. All at once has never happened before. Combine that with mega-scale changes in the market. You mentioned air mobility new waste. People are moving Logistics e commerce capabilities the revolution in space in the build out of the lower orbit ecosystem and next generation defense systems that combination of technologies and mega skill. Market ships creates an unprecedented opportunity. And that's what we're focused on at new vista kirsten. Let's hear from you. What brought you into team. Up with dennis and How are you approaching this. Thanks joe and as you know. I've been pretty focused on advanced ever ability for the last four or five years Having been based in silicon valley and kind of live through the internet growth and doing venture capital back then realized early that this transition was going to happen and just from the basic technologies with your talk about them. Electrification greeted propulsion which then goes to autonomy and an ad in hydrogen which has come on the radar lately These technologies are going to completely change Aerospace so that the next twenty years is going to look completely different in the last twenty years and even the is you know. The aircraft designs will look entirely different. Lucky enough i been working on this trying to figure out the right vehicle to investment doing a lot of my own personal investing some through our finance and then was Got on the idea of a spec realized that could be the optimal solution to help. These emerging companies crossed the chasm of death valley of death that we call where you got early stage venture capital money but they needed at large amount of growth capital. These are deep company's hardware and software at their capital intensive and then added that they've got the regulatory component of the faa and. they needed some good opportunities. For large amounts of crossover capital groups. Like softbank could have been that or sovereigns but the spac product has really come in to help. These company cost the valley of death and make it to the next level where they're commercialization occurs and their operational so i couldn't be more lucky to partner with such an incredible operators dennis someone who really pushed billing to be more. Entrepreneurial created horizon ex and necks and We put together a great team here. And we're excited to make a positive difference in the landscape. So so what are you thinking. I mean how do you take these technologies that we write about all time. I guess our listeners want to know and apply them to be like a real product. What what is really exciting. Talk about this this change in the next twenty years. What can we see in practical terms. What are we going to see. joe. I think you're gonna see transformation in these four market segments that we're talking about that's way beyond what we've ever seen before i take what's happening in the in. The lower orbits space ecosystem and extraordinary the number of technologies. That we're seeing that are coming into places real applications now. The build out a satellite infrastructure nanno sats micro sats we see a market for fifty thousand plus additional small sets on orbit or the next decade. We see a number of companies who are working on breaking the cost curve for access to space new launch capabilities that are coming to bear and then new applications in terms of how to use those satellite networks to create information at useful data earth observation New kinds of reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities connectivity. In communications i think the low earth orbit ecosystem. Build out that we're seeing now is just one example of the kind of massive transfer transformation that we're gonna see that's going to create economic value. It's gonna create new companies new jobs. it's going to create a new technologies that are on the innovation edge that are now ripple out into other business sectors. So it's an exciting time to be working on this leading edge
Amazon To Release An Alexa Command Center
"It's mark gurman scoop tuesday though. It's not an apple scoop today. Sources are telling gherman. That amazon is developing wall mounted echo device with a large touchscreen that can serve as a smart home control panel a video chat device and a media player all in one quoting bloomberg the company's lab one to six hardware division is designing the device to be a digital command center showing users upcoming calendar events controlling accessories like lights and locks and playing music and video. It would include amazon's alexa voice. Assistant and microphones and a camera for video. Conferencing said the people who asked not to be identified discussing private matters the product would compete with professionally installed smart home control screens from the likes of control four corp as well as apple's ipads framed into walls and even amazon's own echo show used with a third party wall. Mount amazon is considering multiple variations with screens of either ten or thirteen inches in size. A ten inch display would be on par with the current echo. Show while a thirteen inch. Model would be amazon's lord ice with a display. The company plans to launch the devices. Either at the end of this year or the end of twenty twenty to the people said prices ranging from two hundred to two hundred and fifty dollars have been discussed internally though the plants are still early and could change or be scrapped. All an amazon spokeswoman declined to comment and quote in the early two thousands right win text messaging was taking off. I thought somebody should produce a device that would sort of collect all of a family's text messages into one central location so that everyone could see them and coordinate activity accordingly. I imagined it may be being embedded in a refrigerator or something like that. So is this sort of like that. A family hub. Sort of thing as adrian. Wexler tweeted quote. Those home of the future stock images are suddenly closer to reality and quote
"corp" Discussed on The Corp
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"The Beer is hundred Percent Corp certified and approved era. You're GonNa think that I am just sucking up right now but I'm going to say it. This is my favorite interview of season three. Yes she was great and you know it was it was in our home and I thought it was awesome I couldn't believe how much she opened up I mean she's very honest but she opened up and she crushed it I. Think. This might be. This'll be our most watched heard. Yes and I so. Obviously had some great gas and I loved all the guests in their own way but there's something about j.lo's personality and Hank our producer and I. When we were driving back to the city, we both had that same thought of it's just it's infectious and energy. The energy that she puts off just makes you wanNA talk to her forever because she just had some of the most thoughtful answers and. She also smelled great kind of ruined it at the end when I said that but she was just so much fun. Did you afterwards when we left were was she like, why'd you asked me that question? Rene trouble is funny when. When you unhanged left. Jennifer said did he really say that I smell good? Go Yeah. That's Dan And That's I. Mean People expect me to say that when it happened. So it was an awesome interview. I'm so so excited for people who listen to this before we get to the interview, our friends from cross country mortgage buying a home should not be scary getting a mortgage should not be scary word cross country mortgage is the way to go because. Cross country mortgage going to work with you personally they're like a mom and pop shop they've been doing it since two thousand, three era howling mortgages have you had in your life I've had plenty I've had plenty of is a great tool if you're smart and cross country won't let you do dumb things, right. So be smart with your with your. With your mortgage but also the same time it is a great time they work very fast. They were virtually is not only buying a house, but is also refine a house. So if you have a lot of equity interest rates at an all time low so you're able to fix your rate for five seventeen years and you get the benefit of. A renter will you own your own house and that's where cross country can be a great partner to you and if you've never bought a house, don't be intimidated. If you don't have great credit, don't be intimidated call they move very fast and cross country is awesome. It's such a great point because it doesn't you don't have to be someone you could. Already have a mortgage you're trying to refinance. You could be someone who's never thought about having a mortgage and has bad credit. You could. You can find out from cross country mortgage if you qualify and they will help anyone at least start the process whatever you're looking to do they're very very approachable I think that's the best part that they have going. For them is that you don't have to feel intimidate you don't have to feel like it's this big scary process cross country mortgage going to talk to you like a human being and that is so important as a matter of fact Dan you all listen everybody should appraised what kind of mortgage do have and just tested cross country and see how your. Mortgage is compared to what they can do, and you.
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"Baseball signed by myself in a rod the fears one hundred Percent Corp certified and approved okay episode one. Kevin Durant we tape this so long ago, but it's such a good interview and it's we taped it before corona virus we take it before he had coronavirus sweet potato I think at the end of two thousand nineteen when the world was totally different place but I love this interview because obviously said some things about K. D., which some of the harsher things I said we agreed we'd still do on part of my take we had that agreement, but we got to talk to him about the competitor what has what makes him great and I just love watching you sit with another great athlete and watch you guys kind of Jell together like Oh. Yeah. That's what made us. Special. It was so cool. I, mean, first of all I didn't realize how tall he was. I mean he's Yes a seven footer. They just drains jump shots from everywhere. He taught us so I think you guys are all find. It really shows how to shoot a jump shot doesn't mean the GonNa shoot like that. But what was most surprising and it was a pleasant surprise how smart? How Sweet? How sensitive he was? How much he is into business and then how much he told us about Lebron, James Yeah, he revealed a lot. Yes, and and the fact that you know there's a lot of people in today's NBA will be like. Well, these guys don't hate each other like they used to and that might be true. But what K. D. Connor explained was, Lebron, pushed him to be a better player and made him get in the gym. More and push that extra little bit to try to compete with the broad knowing that that's the bar who is that when you were playing, who is the bar funny because when you're saying that I was just thinking about you know magic and bird would always say I would be working in Indiana why new magic work in La vice versa. I think about Michael Jordan trying to beat the Pistons for me it was trying to. Be the Yankees and it was jeter was a Garciaparra we had like these great young shortstops coming up and then when I got to New York I needed to work so hard because I knew that big PAPI and Manny Ramirez and Pedro Martinez for the Red Sox. We're doing everything in their power to beat the crap out of us and we were doing the same exact thing. Yes, and it's great to hear someone. I. Mean like you just explained it but also when Kevin explains it like you think of the great athletes and you think that comes so effortlessly to them a lot of times but finding that one motivation finding that person they have to push themselves to be like it's fascinating and it was a great interview and like I said, we're going to get him on part of my take because we have definitely talked some junk him and. When he first when I walked in in, he saw me he was like, Oh you're the dude I was like, yeah. We we have some things got to discuss, but this was a great interview and really excited to have this be the start of season three with the core before we get into the interview a-rod. sponsors we've ever had because I remember when we first talked you told.
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"Lincoln is so great because they have six hundred million members that visit linked into connect. Learn grow as professionals if you have a business business and you're not using Lincoln. You're doing yourself a disservice at the Corp.. We say higher slow fire fast. We never make a higher without looking linked. Thank thin. Yes so there you go so if you want a job at the Corp if you want to. If you have a business and you want to hire someone who is well qualified and like you you said that's a great thing higher slow fire fast higher slow means you gotTa Post Your job on linked in and you got to look through all those candidates and the best way to do it like I said Ed linked in with Lincoln Jobs. You can pay what you want in the first fifty s on fifty dollars on them so if you have a business just visit Lincoln dot com slash the corporate again. That's linked tin dot com slash the corporate to get fifty dollars off your first job post terms and conditions apply but that is a great deal because if you're looking for candidate we're going to do it right now with the new Barstool job you've got to be on Lincoln Lincoln. Dot Com slash the Corp and you get fifty dollars off a fifty dollars on linked in rate when you post your first job so check them out. If you want a job get on linked in if you wanna find someone who wants a job get on Lincoln Lincoln has it all six hundred million members in Dan for a young listeners. Update your resume very important and network. That's the best part about linked in the tools that they have now where you can connect with people who might be outside of your little pool of friends and coworkers. That's the best way I'm sure you've seen it. You've hired people on recommendations. I definitely have where I find people because someone told me about them or networked up a level perfect example is Brian axelrod and Ron Berkowitz surrend. I got through them. That's connecting so you gotta do it. Lincoln's the.
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"This week on the Corp.. We have a very special guest Dylan Lauren. This is actually another one of those episodes. Iran that we had my boss. CEO Barstool Sports Air Canard Dini tagging. I was out doing something else. I don't know what but you interviewed Dylan. Lauren with Erica and I'm mad that I missed it because she's she's a candy mobile yeah right yes. She's can't even daughter of a legend of course Ralph Lauren Dylan's candy one of the most successful candy stores in the world and my daughter's first favorite candy. Did you gotta be kidding. I missed this year. I miss this so what what was Jimmy some candy facts. I want like what's I'd say you know her. Her stories obviously interesting one who becomes a canny mobile as my dream job exactly she wanted to get away from the family business she wanted to have her own identity and be her own business woman and she the CEO she's been a friend for a long time. Dylan went to Duke and is a avid workout fanatic and she's brought candy to be cool for adults too so when you go to her store is an experience. You'RE GONNA have ice cream. You can have drinks and it's just beautiful full of color okay so you're playing days obviously had to stay in great shape. You're you know the baseball season's a grind. You can't cheat but what was was the Alex Rodriguez Cheat Meal Cheat Desert that you would hit up when you were playing. I would say if you talked about a candy bar. I would say something like a snickers snickers or pieces back in high school and then today like a midnight snack would be like chocolate chip ice cream okay and now it's Dylan's candy Saturday's stealing candy so great interview coming up here with Air Canard Dini. CEO Barstool sports in Iran Interviewing Dylan Lauren our friends from linked. What in we're hiring barstool hiring the corpus hiring so you need to get linked because we won't find you unless you're on linked in and hand a-rod. We've talked about this but as people who I don't own a business. I have a stake in Barstool so I do. I guess it would be a part owner but when you're looking for new employees you have to get the biggest pool of candidates possible otherwise. You're doing yourself a disservice. I'm sure you've had hiring hiring nightmares. Yeah don't say what you have been included. Yes you've had hiring nightmares where you hire the wrong person because maybe you didn't look in the right pool or go through enough enough candidates and that's why..
"corp" Discussed on The Corp
"Don't do got my friend that you should sleep as much as you need so I for the last fifteen maybe almost sixteen years now. I have not using using alarm so if I have a five. Am Of course I'M GONNA set an alarm. Now I go to bed at nine pm and I wake up when I wake up now. Just shows what it is. I wake up pretty early so my typical night is five to six hours but that was not always the case a lot more so you go to in the morning. I wake up at two to three in the morning not every day on be real clear. What are you doing you go? I I have like why the fuck up to seven alarm. I've get no. I've got rules and routine so they'll kick in the rules in ten minutes. LS No matter what if I've had five hours or more of sleep once I realized them awake I've I start o'clock ten minutes and get up and then I immediately go to the Gym Post Jim. I immediately meditate post meditating. Do what I call waiting after thinking tasting I read read if I have time after that then I'm GonNa take my cold shower and then after that I'm GonNa dive into my important things list. I don't check email literally almost ever a probably reply to personally less than five emails a week for sure anything that can be handled in person is. I don't take meetings before ten. AM So if I'm up at let's say on a super average day. I'm up at four. Am Okay so if I'm up at four am and I don't take my first meeting until ten. I've had six hours to get shit done just total meantime so that's super critical and that just it all kicks off immediately because there's like one rule leads into the next coffee I do diet coke which is for sure killing me and absolutely moving from entire is to to help save people in their metabolic rate and then you're just like let me have a Diet Coke Yup and here's here's part of why of all the things that I can measure right now. I can't see a negative impact. Even though I know it's there I can't see it outta sight Outta mind just enough and it's magically delicious. I'M NOT GONNA Tom. I gotta go back to the emails. 'cause I'm so jealous. Five emails a week and you're running like this conglomerate right right billion dollar business and you knew the a with impact theory Yup House possible so one full disclosure I do do have an assistant who will check for the five emails that matter so that I am making sure that they get replied to czar definitely times where an outside opportunity will oh come in and people are so used to using email that is going to come in that way. I'm just not the one that has to go through the other six hundred emails to find those five and then I just tell people in my company and you'll be surprised quickly. You can train them. Don't ever email me so if you need something. Come and say it's my face. I like much more efficient yeah because I do. I do find that people I use email and text instead of like face to face conversation times. People don't count anymore. Yeah people. Don't call on the worst of that like if you call me. I'm GonNa look at the phone like why the fuck you you call me crazy world we live in. I know say same rule applies for tax not tax. I'm a lot more lenient on but I tell people that you're sure you won't hear from you until the end of the day so I don't have any alerts on my own so like right now. I may have seventy five text messages waiting. I won't know I have to go all the we into the APP to see if there's any tax help. I'm trapped in Diet and they know that and I've told my family. I'm not the guy you call. If you have emergency the nine one one you will hear from what's lifting for attacks you might you might be with me in any way shape or form the very compassionate all right. I think that's all I have you have anything else. Nice been awesome awesome congrats and all your success. You've changed my mind a little bit. I'm I'm a natural born skeptic so I'm at least buying what you're selling here and I will try a cold shower tomorrow. I'm going to try to him. There's no way I'm GonNa you know what I'll do. Is I'll take a hot shower and then at the end. I'll have a cold that counts okay. We'll count that you you start. There is perfect iota. What really counts minute what you want Wim Hof method? I WANNA I wanna be the due to just fucking kills brain. Y Yeah what women that's what he does right. I mean that's could I get that right. He he kills his mind best he he would. I'd say that you need to get the adaptive response from the cold so how long it will take largely dependent how cold water so if you're here in New York in the winter winter and you're taking a cold shower straight from the faucet.
"corp" Discussed on The Corp
"Have you thought about twenty five hour fitness thought about it but you know ben stiller in something about mary. He got that six minute app. Thing going on scared scared about eight. Here's my idea though you build the gym right on the border of <hes> time zones in indiana so one half is on the east coast time one houses on midwest west time and you can go back and forth five out it can work and we had a thing at one time where we were on every continent just about little you could go round in a day and train everywhere and finish up at least twenty five hours. Okay maybe more. I'm just thinking it's like you always gotta. One up yourself fitness would be genius eskin alex. I mean how many home runs more would he have hit. If you left window right how many he hit left-hander no okay in my mind a so i got i got a couple more mark and thank you for your time. It's been absolutely incredible. One of the things you've always talked to me about it and coach me on as you know with your experience that for young listeners an older listeners go on and take on the world you've always said alex go wide and shallow go narrow deep and that's basically how we actually try to run a rod corp every day. Explain to our listeners what you mean by that off yeah so i i learned a long time ago. You can only do so many things well and by trying to to tackle too many things not giving it enough time and attention. It's kind of like a shallow approach and you get pretty wide. You're trying to do fifty things at one time and none of them really workout and you keep wondering why you're failing and that we do. Here's you step back and realize that you really good at two or three things and you just learn it all the way up and down the channels you get it right so you're narrow deep and you really focused in your driven and you master it and then you perform and you get really great at something whether us the ten hour you ten thousand our theory or ten years wherever you wanna talk about you really get great at it and so my belief is always been do something really really well and that's something half ass and so i try not to get get to y. Two shallow and i've always felt like i'm i'm narrow and deep and i'm gonna make people proud about what the work is that i'm doing and the work. I'm doing with you so we get it right now. Some people have the ability to go really shallow and wide and perform form and there's a handful that can do it but i'm just not one of those guys and i haven't seen many that can and you know for you and for others for young people today. Your brand is what you're all about out especially when you get into social media now if you can put five hundred thousand people on your social media following list. You're probably making a million dollars a year in endorsement deals and if you can get eh two or three million you're you're making incredible money in today's world. I may change in today's world so your brand is really important. The last thing you wanna do is go out there and do something half. Ask and destroy your brand in a minute after all. You've done that good work kind of in building. It's to the point to set now. So i gotta tell you i mean <hes> big cat one of the things i can tell you from personal experience with the with mark with so many things and being able to learn to him kind of parallel in together with him is whether he's doing these billion ailing dollar deal with the sacramento kings and building new stadiums or selling you know these companies like twenty four fitness for almost two billion dollars or doing a deal for fifty one hundred thousand dollars he goes after the same exact way tenacity fears and also detail oriented which which has been great learning experience for me as a young entrepreneur you're mark. I wanted to shift real quick to baseball because that's besides my family and my two beautiful girls is my number one love of his baseball and.
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"Let's let's we have a few other questions. You want to get <hes> people bring in the big guy. We played his entrance music. Is it weird that you guys. Oh that would be that would be an all time. Is it weird when you guys do the up fronts. Do you bring your own entrance music doc. When you do the up fronts it depends i know. Haven't you ever seen. I'm going to get you sucker. Every superhero needs their own entrance music so we wanted to do this. Just because you guys are doing the upfront so we thought it'd be fun to have you both on for you minutes the first question listen i had to ask. We'll get that mic in front of <hes> paul triple. H i'm gonna call you triple. H if that's okay <hes> i have. I have to know how how your guys relationship survived being on punked. A i mean you guys got punked. You still got onto. Yes i got like do you trust her. After that yeah you still got to trust her. It was all it was all good fun in the moment and if i think there was a moment in time with a camera guy that i was threatening wasn't sure that it was quite yes whispered in his ear. Put that camera someplace. You're not going to enjoy so you you leave the room and i think he thought i was pretty serious. I have blocked that whole thing. I mean that's the ultimate betrayal to put put him on on punked by ashton kutcher triple h alcohol you. Dan trail punks yeah. I don't know but i don't know about the world you live but that's not the ultimate komo told you my age young putting going on punt was the of betrayal trail back of the hottest show so par born in new hampshire this discipline. Where does it come from because that's not just stephanie saying that's your reputation both as a as as a corporate businessman on the ring. Obviously we're both big fans is he's at mom. What does that come from yeah. I guess my parents just <hes> maybe from a from a standpoint i grew up in a very middle class home small house in nashua new hampshire you know and and they would just working class people but you know they were always about just doing what you need to do this. This is the day you have to do this and you do that and it's just about doing those things and making sure they get done and i don't know if that's where it comes from but for me i started <hes> i had an interest in in getting in the business and probably around round fourteen. I i started going to the gym with the intent of trying to get big enough to get in the wrestling business. <hes> and i think i was just one of those people. You know i i would read about arnold. Who's a big inspiration but i would. You know read about arnold who would say like you wanna you. Wanna you wanna be a professional at this. Do you want to get great at this or do you wanna go hang out with your friends. You wanna party you wanna right. He was the kid that did the opposite. I was the same thing i didn't. It's a funny almost like embarrassing story of mike. I'm the kid that didn't miss one day of in his entire high school career and they give you an award for that which is like over fever the ultimate moment getting the award for you're not missing a whole day of school but the reason i didn't miss school was because i couldn't go train if i did. That was the rule my mom had said like if you don't go to school you can't go to the gym wasn't missed the gym. I'm so it didn't matter how sick i was right. I just i went to school. I after school i was going to the gym and that was just the way it was food. It's a mindset the right <unk> when steph was talking about discipline of food for me. Food is a fuel. Do i enjoy food..
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"Uh-huh. We should ask paul that. I feel like i don't know what about that about we. We we wanna be action is because we want to be steph because giant. I was about to be signed and triple h behind the right shoulder yeah. We don't want to give it up. We're just baseball. Players went on but now the modern day hogan and is maybe a guy like rock not as his popularity compared to the two icons. Oh i think rock big especially because with all the different platforms that exist today i i think rock has he's probably the number one most easily recognised w._w._e. Superstar of of all time so i mean people would debate that so that's just my opinion but rock is everywhere and not only is he a successful actor. He also runs seven bucks fox studios. He's an entrepreneur. He's an executive. He's a philanthropist. He does everything and he motivates and encourages so many people bolt myself included when you follow him on social media when you look at what he's doing. It's always he's always funny. He's always charismatic <hes> but it's always about hard work and determination never giving up and believing in yourself and hustling all the time. I think some of these yes bad day well. I'm sure he has bad days. Talk about <hes> going through depression really yeah he he's been public about that and the importance of mental health is has mental health awareness month. Yes absolutely so the one thing. I always found interesting w._w._e. The fans are probably the most loyal vocal fans. Fans are our greatest fans in the world right most passionate fans in the world. So how much though do you listen to them. Versus understand that they're so passionate that sometimes sometimes complaints or getting upset at the product is a little over the top like what's that balance like so you have to pick out the themes right there. They have such a loud voice. We have over billion social media followers and we are lucky enough to trend on twitter every single week because our fans are so vocal and so engaged. Sometimes they like what we're doing more often than that they don't and you have to you do have to pull out the the big themes. What are the bigger conversations. <hes> one of the best just examples of listening to our audience successfully has been the give divas a chance movement <hes> back in two thousand fifteen when we had branded are women's division in the divas division and our women were getting thirty seconds of match time it was actually one match specifically thirty seconds women's tag team match and our audience started the hashtag called give divas a chance that trended worldwide for three days <hes> specifically calling for longer matches more athleticism better character development..
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"And that's magic magical. All right. I mean, that's I feel like I'd do a little towel whip little locker room talk little stake absolutes hanging out, you know. Good pranks. Yeah. Couple pranks little like foot my Cap'n around if we need to rally that kind of stuff that I feel like I do that. And then someone would probably get really mad at me. Like, why the hell's this guy hanging out? He doesn't play get him the fuck outta here. So you the towels you the cheerleader right? That is episode one of the corporate with big Caton, Alex Rodriguez. I don't think you've noticed that I've been switching it. So that its name. I it's cool to set. Okay. All right. And so that's one we are going to do something a little different with this podcast. Most podcasts come out, you know, once a week or twice a week. We're doing it a little bit like Netflix style. We want you to binge. We are releasing all the episodes right now. So they'll be six episodes right now that you can listen to this is episode one. There are five other episodes with interesting people that I think you will love subscribe to the I tunes link the Corp with big cat and Alex Rodriguez rate at five stars, tell us why you know, what we should do is. If you leave a review saying why you should work for the Corp. I'll pick one person that I will then hire to be my intern for the court. So there it is there's a job offer. So just leave your five star review, and it has to be a resume of why you could work for the Corp. And I'll hire someone and then you'll you'll pay them. Right. Absolutely me too. Yes. You're listening to the core presented by barstool sports..
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"But I've always been a, you know, attracted to the interview side of things in talking to a person and getting more out of a person than maybe a traditional media radio hit or TV show can get out of someone. And that's kind of when when I pitched it to you. I said the same thing like, let's go talk to some people. Let's let the conversation breathe between, you know, your career and your celebrity, and I can basically just show up. And I know how to talk to a Mike we are a tag team that can't be stopped. And you know, you do. Do you do all your you? Do your TV stuff. You do some radio stuff. This is where I feel like you'll be able to really show the real side of Alex not that you don't do that already. But it's obviously a lot more when you're doing TV hit. There's a commercial in two minutes. You can he say, you're ninety seconds. And you go to a commercial this is where we can talk forever. So I'm excited. I think that I think there's going to be a lot of fun, and I'm excited talk some interesting people. Yeah. You know, when you think about and also one of the things that kind of inspired me to do this is there's so many times that I've been on air and a a wonderful subject comes up a great topic. And you kind of starting to get into it and producer says, you know, ten seconds. And then you quickly have to end it. And I think this kind of gives you the runway to allow you to story tell on lessons learned the highs the lows, and I think this is a perfect forum for our guests to come out and. And tell us some of the great experiences. Yeah. Agreed. So last thing I wanted to ask you we started this podcast talking about the day. You had the press conference to retire. We're now sitting here two years later. Did you ever think that everything would kind of go as well as it has since your retirement, and I'm talking about era corp-, I'm talking about your relationship with Jennifer? I'm talking about me coming into your life, and saving you. I'm talking about, you know, the ESPN and FOX stuff are you? Do you ever take a step back? Like man, this is gone pretty well every day every day. I look back. And I honestly, I really I can't believe it. And I have to pinch myself, and I enjoyed planes so much for twenty two years. But it's hard to believe in ever thought. I would say that. I'm actually even having a better time today and. So much gratitude so appreciative, and and so just flattered by by the opportunities. But the one reminder is no matter what happens almost every day. I think about the suspension, and I think thinking about that moment helps me pivot every day and come from a place of of gratefulness art actually had one last question. I lied Shaw. My dream my dream job, not a-rod Corp, not bar. So my dream job is to be just like the clubhouse guy in baseball. Just like show up and be the guy who keeps it loose. Sure. You've been around me enough. Now, do you think I have it in me? I think you have a you have a chance you had a chance just like not play not do anything. Just kinda hang out put on a uniform sit on the bench. So kind of like a bench coach, but just you know, joke around with the fellas may off steak dinner after you know, that's. When you think about that? First of all, yes, I think you'll be great number two is one of the most undervalued assets in sports, and especially baseball. But if you if you think about where we are today with sabermetrics, that's a great example of something that cannot be quantified, you know, whether it's David Ross, whether it's Johnny Damon. There's a great great people that enter a clubhouse that just shift the energy. They changed the temperature of the room, and I call them happy winning faces and before they just are moving lips and you start laughing and that's magic..
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"I'd say, you know, I will get it like once every two weeks or once a month. Hey, did you see what big cat tweeted? Mike. I don't even follow Twitter. What are you talking about? And then cut to the one picture where I think I had this silly picture where I was like this on my desk. Yeah. Figured hard thinking hard get real hard, which which is a buy or sell pick. That's a scary thought. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And either you re posted it or you talked about it created it. Yeah. And then a lot of people really got to me there. And then run who who who's my publicist, and it's been with me for a long time. So this guy, Dan cats is amazing. We we have to do something. I said, dude, I just finished his suspension. I'm forty years old. He's trying to hit the baseball. What are you talking about? Dan cats. No cats, no dogs. No, nothing. Now right now and. Finally, we we we connected, and he he said we let's just get together. We tweet something. It'll be funny said look, I'm not much of a sense of humor guy. I mean, okay. We'll do something. And then I actually re tweeted something or posted something and then we were off to the races. But the one interesting thing is I went to give a talk at MIT. And then another one at Harvard, and I thought everybody will be excited for my baseball or this or the whole munza championships. Everyone's like, how big cat I want to be in a corporate employees. But I mean, it was like a lot of kids saying the same thing both men and women young men and women, and I was like, holy smokes. As borstal thing is for real. And like, everyone knows Dan cats. Yeah, he really works for me. I mean, I kind of feel like when you first invested in your first property. It's like a c it believe it kind of feeling like all right? Well, I had a moment. Whereas like, all right. Well, if you know barstool sports ages, you very very, you know, poorly. I've I've worked for Barsha for six years now, and I look like twenty years older. So if I ever need an out, which I don't like I love, you know, I don't want to get an out. But if I need a contingency plan like real estate, I need another company. So I'm just going to say every to everyone that I work for a rod corporate. If I say it enough people will just assume I do, and then boom here, we are doing a podcast together. I want nobody out there things you're kidding. And I don't even know because that's I listen, our producer Hank will will attest to this. I think the one thing that I do. Well is carry a joke long enough that I myself don't know if I'm joking anymore. Like, I don't actually know if I'm joking at him. I had that same problem in the past. Yeah. So I don't know where. I stand. But I I just know that I'm here with you. I it's awesome. And you know, it is great to see how how many people follow you and follow barstool and how passionate they are. I mean, that's the one thing that it's such exciting times about today is. Barstool lives in every college in America. And there's this great following. And there's this loyalty and people love you. And I think they have mad because I suspended for too long. I don't even remember what I was at two and a half days was more fair. But do you think that's a little you? Don't know all the facts. Yeah. Do you think that's a little hypocritical of you a little bit? They the suspended now becomes the suspend e. Yeah. Whatever you say it and thinking that out on you. Yes. All right. So let's talk about this podcast real quick. You're listening to it. Obviously, we're going to have different guests on. We don't want to tip off who it's going to be. But actually, no this is all gonna get released at the same time. So you'll see who's on it. But what made you think, you know, realize that this would be a good idea, and what kind of a tracks you doing the corporate with big cat and Alex Rodriguez. Yeah. I thought there's a great opportunity to story..
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"Thin is every season is added. I just wanna spend time with the entrepreneurs that don't feel sorry for them. So if you were to say, how many investments many companies you think you've bought over your time. I've probably committed to seventy some odd businesses and closed on a little bit better than forty of some. And now the other question that you would want to ask is what percentage of the forty have been usually successful. And I would say. Eight twenty percent. And the other one's just failed miserably or they're just kinda bumble by. But will they approve a good investment for for me? Definitely not will. They prove a decent investment for the entrepreneur. Yeah. They'll make a living. But is there enough juice in? It were an investor has any right being in there. Absolutely not. And then you have a third of the businesses that really have gone out of business years ago, but they won't close up shop because it's an admission of failure, which is shameful. Whereas in an cowardice is what's associated with it to actually call it quits? I happen to think the courage is needed to call something quits at times and move on. But they don't have that kind of karma. How much cash out of pocket? Have you? Good question. I don't know. I was probably seven eight million dollars. Not including the million. You're gonna give me at the end of this. Oh, you're not getting that. Do you care more about the product or the people? Well, I think I'd be nuts to care about the product. It's always the people I've invested in great people as wrong product. And somehow they come through they reinvent the product. They sometimes you go into diff- totally different areas of business, but they're entre preneurs short. Where the product failed, but you kept investing in the person. Oh, many times many many times. Yeah. And you know, it's very sad on shark tank night. It's that that shark tank magic that happens. What we call the shark tank affect anything. That's at least worthy of selling something sells. Well, but you get a lot of product that doesn't sell anything on shark tank night. And that's a scary feeling. It's like rap vested in that. Been very lucky to get to know you better over the last few years. I think you have many superpowers, but one this out for me is your forever. Young attitude. How do you stay so young and fresh and fun? Well, I kinda cheat. I have my mother's genes. She raised ten kids on a shoestring budget. I never saw a sleep. She did twelve loads of wash day are in the clothes and was always smiling. So I got her jeans. Let me tell you that's two thirds of it right there. So short of killing myself. I'm not going to run out of energy because she never ran out of energy till the day. She dropped dead. And I suspect I hope that's going to be my shark tank seat. Because I'll at least help the ratings shocked Dizon seat. I hope when I die. You're next to me. And I lean on you. On my face is Kevin O'Leary, really addicted. And now, he's a pushover in real life. Come on. You just have to watch Kevin O'Leary when his wife, Linda, walks onto the sentences, and he start shaking kidding, she? So in charge of. Testing these great, obviously for the dynamic that you guys all have he's at the show. Some you need someone to hate. And even as years go on even those people who used to hate him see right through after a while you see he's not a bad guy. This routine mean, do you have have you build your dream home? Have you bought your dream home? What's next? Why are you still doing it? And listen, I built my six stream homes, I've most beautiful apartment role of New York..
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"And sometimes looking back you like, maybe I shouldn't have cared so much because you know, elites dumb things you should just let things play a little bit. But. When someone pays you that much money. You just want to give them a gray return? And you know, that's certainly not an excuse for anything. All right settled. So you underpin stripes. Yes. I mean, it's my favorite thing to do is to bring up the keys anyone just name a name like they are in their pinstripe shut. And there's it all every Yankee fan has a different definition when have some guys Aaron judge already oranges pinstripe because he hit a double in the AL D LCS like come on. That's not in really are pinstripes. You got to do more than that? So earn it. Sometimes, you know over time. You need to put in your time you need to win championship. And in New York. I mean, as you know, winter bust. Yeah. Can you lose your pinstripes? If after you earn them, I never thought of that. Can they take your pinstripes away like a cop getting his badge taken away? Honestly, I don't think. So I don't think so either. Earner for life. All right. Let's talk about the corporate your company the most successful company in the world, Mike companies while I worked for a rod Corp. So Wendy rod core actually start ABC Corp started in my early twenties. Okay. I don't know if those don't think it was formalized yet. But you know, it started out of fear. I've always been enamoured with numbers. And I started looking at some trends, so macro trends and the one good when it came to players earning a great living, and then indianap- unfortunate places, but predictable places which was you know, with financial strain. Never in my wildest dreams that I think I would make fifty million. So. One of the luckiest human beings in the world, one of the greatest paid athletes in the world. I mean. Put them in a million dollars earnt. No, not Barack but who's running. So you know, when I thought about a few numbers that kind of jumped at me were I if you look at a baseball player his average careers five point five years if you look at when they make their lifetime earnings, you probably say eighty to ninety percent of their lifetime income comes from twenty to thirty and then from the seven hundred and fifty players less than five percent have a college degree. So just what those three numbers those metrics our short the stock. I wanted to put a system in place that will counter that. So. Out of desperation and fear. I ended up buying my first duplex. When I was in my early twenty s and I needed about a forty eight thousand dollars down payment, and I ended up. Waking up in the middle of the night. I gotta I don't wanna go into my savings. That's a lot of money. So I ended up selling to watch us. And the down payment. Well, yeah. What I did is I had to Rolex, and I sold those. That's see that's where the genius. Hey, watches, maybe not a great investment. Maybe real estate. I had a guy that named Scott out of Seattle is still there. He's an autograph guy that a little car show with him. And then raise them, I don't know the twelve thousand and then I wrote it the difference of about the same. And then I was off to the racist. And I had my first duplex couple of years later sold it for double. I said man is almost as good as baseball and so on and so forth. And I grew that portfolio to about thirteen or fourteen thousand apartment units in fourteen states all of the southeast. And now, we're in Chicago. But I did that quietly. As a hedge. To now, go broke one day in what I realize is if I buy one acid a year, and I play footloose five and a half years that I would have five and a half assets. And being a young guy at twenty two or twenty three. If you sign a fifteen year mortgage than thirty five or forty you'll have around five assets with no debt, and that will protect you from bankruptcy..
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"And. I mean, this is also fascinating to me because I don't think there are many athletes out there who have lived there up and downs as openly as you have like, I don't think that that really exists much. So you are fascinating too. Then have this. You know, you you retire your your entire careers a roller coaster of these the highest of highs lowest of lows, and then you're coming out, and you're staying in the in the public eye like you said a lot of guys who have the media burn them or they have their faults out there in the open, they probably are going to run from this limelight. And you end up being part of the media. Was there ever a point where you're like, I like this? How my part of the media right now did anyone ever come up to you? And like, you don't you don't deserve to be part of the media right now, or you got you didn't give us you. Lied to us when we were you know, when you were in the clubhouse. How can you do it? Now was there any pushback like that? May ma'am. Sure. There was not to my face face. Yeah. But you know. Again, when I came I almost I have to live like pre suspension imposed suspension, I think post suspension when when I finally came clean, and in was accountable for for the mistakes that I made I think that turned that was a paradigm shift, and that was a lesson for me because people just don't want to be lied to. And they get not upset, but they get angry at you. And what I realize is that. We're human beings and. No. Dila two hip surgeries -tuni- surgeries wanting to go out and do the best, and you know, Steinbrenner payment shitload of money and just want to go out there and play. And as a result he makes stupid frigging decisions. But people do not they they can almost deal with that the can't deal with the lies and that was the big lesson from so as part of the media myself. What would you try to tell me what the hardest part of the job is what did you not realize how hard like we work, really hard. I think we have probably the most unheralded job out there. We tell the stories we're fair. Rose. Yeah. Sure, we're shoulder at a required. Overpaid. Yeah. But what was the one thing when you get into media? Like, you're like, wow, this is actually a lot harder than I thought or I actually kinda respect these guys basically just complement me to comment. Gracefully. You know what I realized is? Baseball and sports is such a great way of life. But if you think about I tell people. How much to degree how much more liberated? I feel today. How much more free? When you play for a major league baseball team is only thirty teams and their seven hundred and fifty players and there's only twenty five Yankees at the time. And when you play for the Yankees in many ways, especially if you're one of the the the better known Yankees. It's like if Joe Torre Joe Girardi or the CEO's of a public company, we're like the CEO's CFO's, or you know, some type of CNN and. The shareholders of the game. The rob Manfred is not that the guy that runs the game the fans run the game. And ultimately, the fans are Rob's boss..
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"He, you know. We had a party had all my teammates show up people flew in from all over the country for my last game my daughters were there it was. You know, my mother was there was such an exciting night, but you know, full of emotions. I wake up the next day. I fly entire family down to Miami. With me. And I'm sitting in my theater in my living room, just watching television. And I'm just like the twenty two years flashes. Big moments. The good the bad the ugly the championship MVP's the struggles. My first day in the big leagues at eighteen because all flash around in front of me. And if finally hits me, I am so it'd but yet content, and I was content and it was put to test because I had to owners call and say, Alex, you just need four home runs. Wanting just come for the summer. I'll give you a couple of weeks. Get ready Miami university of Miami. And just come up, you know, had you clean up and what I'm going to win anyways. But I think you should at least play will may sell some tickets, and you got your number is like the Mr. three thousand exactly that's by the way is like. Hypothetical that all fans, I think throughout their like Arabs four away from seven hundred you know, we're the name a team that is out of the race. We're the Kansas City Royals. Let's let's call him up and sell some tickets. What's interesting, Dan is at early in my career that would have been a no brainer. I would've just kept chasing numbers. I would've gone anywhere Japan. Tokyo. You name it to go get three thousand or or seven hundred home runs at this point in my life. You know, being a father being going through a lot a lot of ups and downs. I felt that being part of the Yankees I valued that so much that trumped the seven hundred into a degree being four short. I'm being okay with it to me was a real sign of growth. Yeah. That's actually an interesting moment. Because like you eighteen year old Alex Rodriguez and twenty two year old and twenty six year old. I would you. I mean, you can tell me, but I would guess would be obsessed with hitting. That seven hundred and then you get to the end of your career. And you're like, yeah. You know, what this is? Okay. I did everything that I wanted to do sometimes you realize thirty or forty or fifty better late than never that. Will you thought was important at twenty or thirty? You realize it doesn't have a lot of significance. But I left the game with with some honor. I left the game was some good relationships. And then what I realized was that pre suspension, I was one person and post suspension, I was another one and that just meant that I was just grateful in more grounded. So was there any moment from the date your last day in baseball to even say all the two thousand seventeen season where you said, I could probably do it like I could get back. I could get I could hop in the box. I could probably hit thirty home runs. Was there any moment where you almost picked up a phone like I'm gonna I'm gonna get back in there. There was a few. I mean, I I love the game so much. There is a cygnus about it like. Just a few days ago. You know, I wouldn't writing to Wrigley field on a day off. And I sat there with Jennifer for four innings watching the game in the bleachers, except there was nobody in the stadium. Right. And Jennifer said, okay, dude, that's enough. We're not gonna watch virtual baseball now him stuff. Right. And I'll show you the video and she goes, okay. This has gone too far. So then we took our bikes, and we went to Starbucks. And so I I love the game so much. I miss it. Every day. It's the greatest game in the world. I am. So we'll touch on media and stuff that I'm doing today. But if I can watch baseball everyday three games a day. I would and I have in my life. Let's do the media stuff because we'll get to erode corporate..
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"And I think you share this with me it's such a lovable game. And there's such a romance. And is interesting. What people think is the worst kind of liability. I think is a greatest asset that there is no time clock, and it just nine innings and. You never think is gonna come to an end. And never forget my conversation with how Steinbrenner. It was just so honorable. He gave me the option to continue to play to stop playing to stay as a as a coach. And I think from that entire week to be treated with so much respect from from the entire Steinbrenner family led by how I think that for me is the takeaway, and I'll go back to that. But to think that I'm still a chief advisor to how Steinbrenner in very involved with their young players. It's been that. I'm very proud of. But that week when I had my my conference, I started with like sometimes the game taps on the shoulder when you least expect it, you know, the end, and although I knew it was going down. I still had I think, you know, nine or ten home runs. And I always felt like I was just. One week from getting, you know, really hot, and that was probably one of the most memorable weeks and days of my life. So so you say that you always kind of thought, maybe this is the moment. I get hot does that mean that even in the last season you thought maybe you had a year or two left like was that? Because I'm always curious. I think a lot of fans are always curious about their favorite players and the stars and the game. Is there a moment? Like, a a ha moment where you're like this isn't for me anymore. You know know, you know, I I knew the last two or three years the game was getting so difficult because obviously I had a lot of off the field distractions that I put on myself, but the two hip surgeries, the two knee surgeries go into the suspension. I knew that it took a lot more for me to prepare. Hours and hours even before I showed up to the game and that was showing up three or four hours before the game. Right. So it started in the mornings. My days were getting longer my recovery after the games was going pass one or two in the morning. And I was basically spending all day getting ready to play. But I always felt that I knew how to win in baseball. I knew that. You know had nine home runs. And I just looked at us at Wipro rain this time five hundred I'm going to get my thirty home runs. I mean, I hit three hundred I may hit to forty but in today's game to forties, like the new three hundred anyways, it doesn't matter. So you have these ways you can kind of. Give therapy to yourself and convince yourself that you can still do it. And that's what I did. Yeah. I mean, I that's I have the same type of brain that think that's why we're best friends because I have been zone brain and myself. So you wake up to the day after last game the day the first day of the rest of your life. But you you were set up a little bit. You had already kind of started. Maybe thinking about media, or you know, a-rod core. What was the first day after baseball like, and where are you ready for it? We prepare for because you hear a lot of times guys wake up that day. And they're not prepared for it. It was I was scared man. I was I was nervous. We had a party the night. The Jamie Foxx hosted DJ d- kind of pretty cool name dropping. Now, you can do that when you retired? And when you're the boss..