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MacKenzie Scott gives Chicago-based Easterseals its biggest-ever donation
"Here to go behind the headlines as crain's chicago business editor and wire and great to see you as always so. Let's start with chicago based nonprofit easter seals which serves people who have disabilities. They're getting a massive donation from a pretty big name who has been given out a lot of money lately. Tell us about that. Well mackenzie scott. As you mentioned peres. Is the ex wife of amazon billionaire. Jeff bezos and she has been using the wealth that she generated through her divorce from him to become truly one of the most important philanthropists of our day. We just learned that she's given easter seals. One hundred sixty two million dollars to spread out over twenty two of easter seals. Us affiliates including its national headquarters. Which does happen to be here in chicago That easter seals gift is part of an overall four billion dollar gift. That scott has just made in the past few weeks to be split between nearly four hundred organizations a another recipient with local routes Is united way of metro chicago which we reported last week is getting twenty five million dollars from
Why that vaccine can't come soon enough for retail landlords in Chicago area
"Vacancy rate in the Chicago area is going up his businesses and restaurants scramble in the pandemic. Albie Gallon senior reporter for Crain's Chicago business, join Sisko Coto on the WBBM new business hours I'll be, I guess not surprising here is we've seen businesses reevaluate their needs in the pandemic and a lot of restaurants and businesses like that going Out of business. Just go. No, it's it's really not terribly surprising. Given what's happened over the last 67 months. I mean retail has been almost certainly the hardest hit sector in commercial real estate. You know, restaurant in the early days were shut down. Ah, lot of stores were shut down. Shopping malls were shut down, and now we're heading into you know the winter months and You know the restaurants which take up a big share of retail space. Um you know, a lot of minutes. Kaga area are going to be unable to serve people indoors. Questions. You know how long can restaurants and retailers more generally hang on? Until we have a vaccine? Things get back to relative normal for the landlords here. Ordinarily, they just be able to lower rent. They don't want to do that. But they just lower rent to attract new tenants. But you can't necessarily do that. Not a lot of new tenants out there. No, it's true. I mean, there are some there some pockets of strength. If you look at the market grocery stores are doing great and other you know essential retailers are doing are doing fine, but You're right. I mean, they're not a lot of tenants out there that are shopping for space these days. If you are pretty good market to be in right now, the big issue for a lot of landlords is He's not feeling vacant states. Obviously, that's a problem. But it's getting tenants that are in the space to pay. Their red collections have been a real challenge for landlords. They just, you know many tenants. Are not paying their rent. And so there's been litigation between landlords and tenants. And you know there's the whole trickle down effect because If your landlord and you're not collecting, read from your tenants, then you don't have any money to pay your lender. And so we're seeing rising, rising default rate and there's gonna be a lot of distress in this market, and it's gonna be It's gonna be a rough ride for a while, even after this pandemic is over, So maybe we don't have this data yet. But are we seeing a difference in the city versus the suburbs as far as what's going on with these retail spaces? Um, yes. You know, one area where we're definitely seeing that is in restaurants. Um and I have I have data from The first half of the year. So it's not that recent, But you know, retail sales in our restaurant sales, I should say in the city Plunged in the first half of the year, and they didn't fall quite as much in the suburbs. But you know that stands to reason given, you know, given everything that's happened in the city over last six or seven months, thanks so much for all of the inside and details and legal OON, senior reporter at Crain's Chicago business
San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
"To voices of the community which explores critical issues facing Northern California communities. We introduce you to the voices of community thought leaders and change-makers who are working on solutions that face our fellow individual community members neighborhoods cities and our region. This is George Custer your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid-19 s impact on nonprofits and small businesses in San Francisco. We started the series back in April of 2020 during the whole page of the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place requirements over these past nine months the covid-19 pandemic and economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit and small business sectors as well as shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations. The goal of the series does shine a spotlight on the nonprofit's small businesses wage under staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews. We conducted features voices from across section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community. Each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic and economic depression. But at the outset of this and ongoing it's been people who are used to Bringing people together who have been forced to keep people apart Hospitality workers entertainers. We're the ones who have really had to click on other and keep people safe by keeping them apart and this episode. Our featured voice is John called in the managing director of the San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center the San Francisco Memorial and Performing Arts Center opened in 1932 with a production of Tosca by the San Francisco Opera the war memorial name commemorates the people who served in the first world war zone. It is one of the largest Performing Arts centers in the United States covering 7.5 acres in San Francisco's Civic Center historic district and totals 7,500 seats. Mom gets multiple performance venues. I'm join remotely be assumed by Sean called in managing director of the San Francisco war memorial Performing Arts Center. Thanks for being here John. I would like to begin. And by having you share with us a little bit about the war memorial and Performing Arts Center. I think for most San Francisco people. They walked by it there a McAllister and Venice across from City Hall and they're like, oh it's a month old building. So it would be great if you could get a share or Memorial and how the memorial and Performing Arts Center work with Arts and Cultural organizations to say, we're just go. Oh absolutely. Thanks for having us on George excited to be here today. The San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center is in the heart of San Francisco, right across Van Ness Avenue San from San Francisco City Hall. We have a number of performer venues here including Davies Symphony Hall the War Memorial Opera House and then inside the Veterans building. We have the Herbst theater. There was a center for Opera which hosts both the Toby Atrium theater and the Brian Crain station studio. And we also have a really fabulous event space called The Green Room all in all we can host over 7,000 patrons any given evening and pre covid-19 do that with juice. The ballet performing alongside the symphony San Francisco performances being in Herbst theater all that could happen in one night. So we're both a home for culture and art in San Francisco as well as a huge economic driver for the region. We've been here since nineteen thirty-two. Our resident company is the San Francisco Ballet the San Francisco Opera the San Francisco Symphony and then San Francisco performances, of course is off the primary users of the Herbst theater, and we've had a long partnership with them as well. So I think that we're one of the cornerstones of cultural activity in San Francisco and really proud to be a department of the city county of San Francisco and then fun fact a historical the charger for the was actually signed their trips theater. That's correct. All of the plenary sessions took place in the Opera House. The UN Charter was signed off stage of what was then the veterans Auditorium, which is now known as the Herbst theater and the Japanese peace Accord was also negotiated in the opera house. So we're really big site for history. A lot of folks don't understand wage. Why UN Plaza is called UN Plaza, but it's called UN Plaza because indeed the charter was signed here and for a brief period they actually almost put the headquarters of the United Nations here in San Francisco before they decided to place them in New York. Yeah, we host a lot of history here and still continue to provide a meeting space to Veterans groups and a number of other non-profits working on behalf of veterans causes here in San Francisco. So
"crain" Discussed on Native America Calling
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"crain" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Native won the native American Radio Network. This is native America calling I'm Tara Gatewood Choctaw, singer-songwriter Samantha crain's new album. A small death speaks about the different ways. As she says, she has reincarnated thinks she's gone through throughout her life. Some of what we hear through the different songs is a celebration over coming traumatic times in her life or she wasn't able use her hands the lessons of resiliency she is teaching us all in this album come out as Cathartic songs full of lively sonic journeys bit rest on her folks sound rhythms from lead La, love letters to yourself too strengthening her ability to express herself in her choctaw language. The different tracks become her gift to humanity because as she shared ONC- songs come out of her. Then belong to wherever or whomever they go to. And we'll hear more about her take on making and feeling music today honor September music maker, and we hope you'll dial in to help grow this conversation at one, eight, hundred, nine, nine, six, two, eight, four, eight, or one, eight, hundred, nine, nine, native, and when you do and you are one of the first ten people to share thoughts on air. You will get a complimentary copy of small death courtesy of Samantha crain and we now go to Samantha joins us today at Norman. Oklahoma it's our pleasure to him this choctaw recording artists with us today Samantha, thank you for.
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Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
Washington DC - Driver charged in Prince George's Co. crash that killed 2
"Charged a driver in connection with yesterday's two car crash in Prince George's County. Two people killed. The driver has been identified as 35 year old Mark Austin of Brandywine. He's been charged with three counts of manslaughter. Happened just before 12 30 on Upper Marlboro on Senate E two people dead at the scene Now, Austin police say failed to stop for a traffic light headed north bound on Crain Highway and Crume Station Road is truck headed into the intersection, striking a car driven by a woman who was turning left. Speed and impairment are being looked into What happens if
Absentee ballot drop boxes set up in Metro Atlanta counties
"George's primary there's a new way to return your absentee ballot if you have yet to mail it in voter turnout is expected to be high already had a million and a half votes cast either early or by absentee WSB political analyst bill Crain's has a record number of voters have requested an absentee ballot but many of those ballots have not been cast if you're among them crane says bring the absentee ballot with you to your polling place in case the line is long while they're waiting online they can drop it off at one of the drop box locations secure drop boxes are available in every metro Atlanta county
"crain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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Houston's annual parades celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
"Houston celebrates the legacy of Dr Martin Luther king junior with two parades mayor Sylvester Turner in the black heritage society hosted the city's official MLK day parade this morning featuring marching bands floats and boxing legend George foreman as grand marshal then there's also a parade in mid town featuring U. S. Air Force honor guard in the U. S. ceremonial marching band congressman Dan Crain shown congresswoman Sylvia Garcia the co grand marshals
Pompeo on testifying in Trump impeachment inquiry: 'When the time is right, all good things happen'
"President. Donald Trump says he would love to to have have Mike Mike Pompeo Pompeo and and others others testifying testifying testifying testifying what what he he calls calls the the phony phony impeachment impeachment hoax hoax today. today. The The Secretary Secretary of of state state was was asked asked about about that that among among other other prominent prominent issues issues during during a news conference. We have more that from. NPR's Michelle Kellerman Secretary. POMPEO is making no promises about testifying when the time is right. All good things happen. He's defending the administration's approach to Ukraine. CRAIN's aim this when asked about President Trump's request that Ukraine investigate a conspiracy theory that Ukraine not Russia hacked. DNC emails a theory. That's that's been debunked anytime. There's information that indicates that any country has messed with American elections. We not only Have a right but a duty to make sure we chase down. A former National Security Council official who has testified says that particular theory was a false narrative promoted by
Chicago's Fulton Market Office Building Sells for Record $50M
"Do a seven story property at the doorstep of the Fulton market district just became the most expensive office building sale in Chicago history in a deal that shattered the previous record paid per square foot for local office building code developer she packed partner sold a seventy thousand square foot office building on west Fulton market to a Boston based firm for fifty point three million the sale at seven seventy five per rentable square foot top the previous record of seven thirty four per square foot set just eight months ago at the Crain's Chicago business newsdesk at WGN radio I'm a
Illinois joins lawsuit to stop T-Mobile, Sprint merger
"Illinois has joined a lawsuit claiming the proposed team mobile sprint combination would stifle competition Illinois Attorney General Kwame rule said in a statement the merger would lead to higher prices less innovation and lower quality service T. mobile last week responded to the lawsuit saying that sprint is unlikely to be a meaningful standalone competitor in the coming years because it's struggling financially I'm Stephanie Goldberg from Crain's Chicago business on
Investors Nervous With Fed Meeting Ahead
"Shutdown and currently very much on anything fed related at all. And so it seems like it's just this sort of confluence of factors a lot of uncertainty. That's really keeping people on the edges of their seats. Do you think part of the volatility certainly leading up to tomorrow's announcement by the fed is is. Uncertainty about what they're gonna do sorta causing the uncertainty, or is there an effect issue here with the fed now looking at the markets going, you know, what I mean? Yeah, you know, it does seem like we may have some sort of a feedback loop as someone who covers the fed thirty day in day out. I can't say that they've generally don't take a lot of signal from near-term market news. Now, extended volatility that bleeds through to the real economy is something that they definitely worry about it. It's not that they don't care about markets. But they I don't think are going to to make decisions based on any short-term moves key point short. Short-term volatility not bleeding through to the real economy. Right. That's that's a key factor. Exactly. That's the that's really the distinction. It's not that. They're ignoring it. It's what they care about. At the end of the day is really conomic growth. Gotcha. To the president's tweet this morning and a couple of tweets in the last couple of days, he's leaning on the fed. That's not unusual. What you know the way he's doing it is sort of unusual. But let me ask you this. Is it possible that the president is right that perhaps what is needed now from the fed is maybe not a rate increase with some signs that there may be some slowing in this economy. Maybe the federal to take a pause. I think plenty of people would agree with that assessment. You know, a lot of the data is coming in in a way that point Steph had pies being a good idea at the end of the day, though, you know, the fed is going to have to make that decision. They very much signaled a hike this month. And so it would be surprised if they didn't make it also in light of the president leaning on them. It would be tough for them to back off. Now. Right. Just. It would open questions on my Judas. Molly covers the economy for Bloomberg Gina. Thanks a lot. Really? Appreciate your. Thank you. All right. Take it easy. All right. As I said, there is something of an economic conundrum going on right now, which is complicating the whole conversation about the fed, and what it might or might not do tomorrow. There's plenty of data that shows the economy's doing pretty well right now job growth consumer spending to name just a couple. But there is stuff to worry about as well in your time survey of CEO's not too long ago found half of and thought we could hit a recession by the end of next year. Now, maybe we will. And maybe we won't. But can we talk ourselves into a recession? Marketplace's should remain. Sure. Has that one? There's a story that Keith Crain editor in chief of automotive. News likes to tell it's about a son who comes back from college. And he tells his dad who's a car dealer, Pat. We're going to get a recession you better cut back on your advertising instead of being open, eight hours, six sure enough business tanks because by doing all those things the car dealer made it tank and. A father tread, boys. My son Sparta it was as they say a self fulfilling prophecy. Oh, I have seen this happen. Over forty years of business, quite many, economists believe this story can play out on a macro scale. George Lowenstein is director of behavioral economics at the center for health incentives at the university of Pennsylvania,
Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion
"Google says it's planning a billion dollar expansion in New York City, Google search for more space in New York City brought it here to lower Manhattan, where the company announced plans for a one point seven million square foot campus, bounding three square blocks. The expansion will double its workforce here by seven thousand employees. But Crain's New York business contributor, Greg David believes, it won't be a strain on the subway. New York still has tremendous transit compared with any other city, man. Remember, these are not all new people. The first wave of Google employees is expected to arrive at the new campus in twenty
New Ukrainian Orthodox leader gives 1st liturgy, urges unity
"The head of the new Ukrainian Orthodox church is calling on his countrymen to unite and pray for peace. It was his first liturgy under a new charter bishops approved just yesterday. Splitting from the Russian Orthodox church after hundreds of years. NPR's? Lucian Kim says the split is Ukraine's latest effort to step away from Moscow clergy matinee Ukrainian capital Kiev on Saturday to elect a new leader for a unified Ukrainian Orthodox church. Ukrainian, president petro per Schenk, attended the council in Kiev's eleventh century cathedral, calling Crain's new church a church without Putin. The orthodox church based in Moscow has been the dominant religion in. Ukraine since the seventeenth century. The Russian Orthodox church considers the new Ukrainian church illegitimate. Russia's official government newspaper is calling it a church of war. But the US embassy in Kiev has congratulated Ukrainians
"crain" Discussed on The Interchange
"So why would a company like energy vault think that it can compete in a market? Where lithium ion is just blowing everybody out of the water. Well, I I will say they've put a lot of thought into all the reasons that other long duration storage companies have failed over the years. So they they know what they're getting into at least. I think are they as measured when they talk about it. They they seem a little bit more bold than they're they're they're pretty bold. Yeah. They're both. In the proclamations. I will say they they don't need a manufacturing buildup because to create the plant. You basically set up a crane in the fields. So that's that's good. You know, they're not going to sink a lot of money into into building out a factory line. And then find some problem. I think the permiting risk is something that has to be considered there. We've seen other companies try to use gravity in the form of running. A train up a up an incline that's loaded with weights and then letting it roll back down. But even something that seems as simple as that has taken several years to just get permits to build there. There was an earlier attempt to build kind of a ski lift loaded with rocks. That would go up a hill and that never scaled. So there is this element of you know, if gravity is so good at it storing things how come how come someone hasn't cracked that code yet? But you know, if they can get permits to have an automated Crain's singing, you know, multi ton. Stone blocks up and down in a in a field somewhere. It could be an interesting approach if anything they can turn it into one of those like pumpkin chuckers if it doesn't work out..
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"The best daily deal in Chicago. The WB B M noon business hour, the change the top in Springfield could signal an opening for legalized marijuana in Illinois. What might the benefit be joining us on the international autos Orland park business line. Greg Hines columnist Ed Crain's Chicago business, Greg, and before we get into maybe some of the impact here, how likely do you think this is th that would be one of the first things that new governor Jay Pritzker and the legislature would would do legalized pot? Well, I'm not sure how I'd agree. It's one of the first things, but I think it's fairly early. And I think it's quite likely purchase for the state needs money. The national type seems to be going in this direction. I think this is probably going to happen. And so it's about the money, basically, all the tax dollars that they would get from it. Well, that's that's the that's the stated public policy reason to do it. And frankly, it's not a bad one. There's estimates that. Based on the experience in Colorado, which had legal recreational marijuana sales for few years now that L I could pull in five hundred million bucks a year second of south all of our problems. No is it a nice down payment on pensions and school aid and lots of other stuff, maybe a capital program. Absolutely. And then beyond that, there's the social arguments, obviously legal potus fans, that's detriments. The opponents. Say that, you know, you're opening the door to watch drug use more serious drug use other people said that's ridiculous that that this is a better today, alcohol less damaging whatever, but wherever you are on that tide does seem to go be going in this direction. Michigan which is another good western state. Nobody cues being particularly liberal or extremist voters in that stable to legalize. Recreational sales in the election last week. Other states are moving quickly in that direction for good or bad. This seems to be one of the country's gone there. Also appears that there would be a designation. Some where of a certain percentage of the money that comes in for drug treatment in the top. That would probably be smart. That's we don't know the exact legislation is gonna take it but the opioid epidemic, which seems to be a lot worse, frankly, the effects any anyhow marijuana. Claimed all kinds of victims. We need some serious money to help people and do some things there. The said, Karen. Keren carve off a part of the money from from marijuana say as part of the taxes to go up to open a Denic. We'll probably make it a little bit easier to get it through the legislature. Does the city council have much poll here or the city hall? I'm not aware that they are. But that you know, you you when you legalize the sale is something God bless you all authorized local taxes on those things. I'm sure that the Chicago would be more than happy to take a few tens of millions of dollars to help it budget problems by posing a big excise tax on the sale marijuana to now isn't necessarily a reason not to do it. But I think you're right one point six billion dollars. That's the estimated sales. That's one point six billion dollars. That's not going to different service businesses and retail, businesses and movies. And what have you in the economy is so we can't really quantify this, but it may end up impacting some other businesses, you know, it could. This kind of this area of economics is new spending is coming out of savings. Is it not increase is always very controversial and hard to track. There was a group last week. Guess people think tech in Illinois, plus divisions university of Alabama took a look at it make projected that that that it would bring in more than a billion dollars, a new new economic impact of and beyond what we had now, I would bring five hundred bucks and create twenty thousand jobs. Goes I don't I can't swear that's accurate, but those are pretty impressive sounding numbers. Greg. Thanks for joining us today. Greg Hines is columnist at Crain's Chicago business up next. A check for the markets from Bloomberg and later prepare for the invasion of the pop ups. WBZ news time twelve twenty four. I'm Jay Farner, have you heard metro by t mobile now includes Amazon.
"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes, obstacles and roadblocks, women experience in business since I believe every person in business needs to be visible, I'd like to invite you to watch WWW dot SOB. Six. That's the number six tips dot com. Which will give you some valuable information. Should you get the call to be on radio or TV, which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's g. a. y. l. e. Gail Carson thirteen at gmail.com or go to my website WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Jenny Deloite. She's the office, managing partner in Chicago and partner in charge of assurance services and the SEC practice group for the mid west region of Mark accountants and advisors. She also represents the mid west region on the firm's national diversity program board. She was named one of Chicago's most influential women accountants in two thousand seventeen by Crain's Chicago business. She's a contributing author, DeMarcus, SEC insights, newsletter and leads technical training programs for firm associates, welcome Jenny. Thank scale preceded it. You know. Well, I guess the first question I really need to ask you is why you chose county as a. Yeah. So we back when I was about off more in high school and at the time I had, I was taking a lot of math courses actually, and I was very interested in potentially pursuing a career in that area. And I had asked my teacher at the time in calculus, what's what I could do with a degree in math, and I'm sure he rattled off a bunch of different things. But the main thing you talked about was becoming a teacher and I was very interested in pursuing business already at the time and thought, you know, that's not quite for me. Let me think about some other options. And that seemed time I took a career placement test where they ask you a whole bunch of questions about, you know, your personality likes, dislikes, and the answer came up about ninety five percent accounting. So I thought, well, that probably is a good fit for me and they ended up enrolling in an accounting course shortly thereafter and enjoyed it and have pursued it every. Wow, that's interesting. My sister was a math major. Then she changed over to philosophy which was very different. And I've, yes. Jenny at adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, but give me owl Jabbar calculus or trigonometry, forget it. I am going to be the last person on the totem pole. So I have that ability. But also I would think that most people think of accounting as a dry field. So is it. Yeah, I hear that a lot. You know. And fact it's quite the opposite. I think there's, you know, thought of you out there of the old time. You know, bookkeepers, that sit in an office and just plug away at numbers all day and and balanced, Fred sheets and things like that. And it's really not at all like that. We did challenged every day, you know, I walk in the door. I think I know what I'm going to do that day and something presents, you know, immediately and my whole day changes, which I love. So it just gives me a lot of challenges. We get to do just a real variety of types of work and work with different clients, different personalities. There's just so much more to it than the number crunching. If you will, we, we really have to get to know people as individuals learn how to work with everyone. Both our internal team members as well as our clients. And you know you just you just do so many different things on a day-to-day basis that you know. I find extremely interesting. We, you know, I think with all the movies and TV shows that have all of these mysteries involved with them. I've always been fascinated by forensic accounting, you know, because you can really catch somebody with that. But I don't know if you go into that arena at all or not, but I would ask you, so you said you really love what you do, what's been the most satisfying about it? Yeah, I think there's, there's a lot of different things I think heard of it is I've seen in my self out of personal growth, even coming out of school and going into field of accounting. I had no idea how much of the, you know, squirrel, Susko, sales skills, marketing things of that nature were involved in in particular in public accounting.
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"And every day count each day is a gift and we are reminded that several times a day lately And up here especially. Because it's automotive we're thinking of Sergio Marchionne Antoni Murphy From automotive news and Crain's. Communications I was traveling did not even hear until a couple of days. Ago Jason Stein told. Me that we lost Tony Murphy about a month ago I had no idea one of the nicest guys ever who worked over there at Crain communications can, a lot of them a. Lot, of people thought, of him as a mentor, and he will be, remembered well he'll be, remembered especially tonight At the cranes, dinner and I guess I'm just reminded again and again about making each and every day count. Each day is a gift so? What's. Been going on? Dana, everything okay with you well no l. is moving to New York today Our? Little. Girl at the? Same, time yes she got a job transfer Hollister He's been on a mission to move and I told her of. Course, you have to have a job It's it's happening today. She was out here. Working at Somerset at Hollister as an assistant manager and so she got a transfer so she's very. Excited. They wouldn't be. Transferring her to New York if they. Didn't have a lot, of confidence in her yes so that's happening Go to Harlem. With my aunt and she's about the stores in SoHo so it's about half an hour on the. Train. Beautiful this time This is going, to. Be exciting Prayers prayers, for mom yes in for her It's. Gotta, be so tough Demotions excited. For her to and excited Yes as a mom would be and as a grandmother would be to your mom is probably Is there any Mogi has happy and sad we have to come up with that Good idea we're going to. Be millionaires Courtney start working on that your? Tech guy Steve is our tech guy Well I could work at radio shack I did and. Could also use? It the anchor bar is being sold sixty years in the making unforced street vendor wings. Game what have you one of the great burgers ever vaunted Derian has been running that for a long, time it's been as family for sixty, years and his sons. Been doing it for the last twenty or so what's. The deal with. Bar selling man doesn't anything Anymore this is a real window into the personalities of our, team here in the morning we just talked about Moving to. New York and he's lamenting the sale of the anchor ballou I mean it kind. Of it's not it I suspect they'll keep calling it the anchor. Bar because, they paid money for that name Dana mentioned the emoji it happy sad type thing Well you're happy That's immediately, what came? To you, know not really but I just. Thought, I'd interject Everybody Everybody has pain in their, lives and we look at areas things you're in. Pain this is You, get in a little deeper in here Steve for. Walking back Anyway all right well I guess we have, to go to work Well here's another thing my lousy apple. Equipment does the computer now every five. Seconds comes. Up with safari can't verify the. Identity of. The, website US dash you dot open dot net I don't know what that is. And I don't care I just don't want my computer, to say this every five seconds showed certificate cancel or continue unbelievable I've. Had nothing but trouble my calendar dropped off my phone so if. I'm supposed to do something for you somewhere. You better get back in. Touch with me because I have no. Idea everything was on this phone disaster. And try to. Back, it up I. Spent extra money for extra cloud space. None, of it's backed up none of it's. On my other computer none of it's. Anywhere technology. In me don't get along Six fourteen WJR.
"crain" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Maybe. I should get back to the contest, rules Stormy Daniels in her husband Glendon Crain Have in fact filed for divorce Stunning thing to me was this is her third marriage Well you would think. That a? Porn star would be a lot more stable wouldn't you Her lawyer Piece of work in his. Own right, Michael, avenue ATI Denied last, how do you figure he's getting paid I'm just asking I'm not insinuating? I'm just. Asking Denied last week the Daniels and crane had split over, the arrest report from Ohio that showed? That Daniels marked, off that she was not married Gosh if you can't trust a lawyer who can you trust Krainin. Daniels got married in twenty ten I have a daughter. Together lucky little girl crane has, also, appeared in pornographic films he went, by the name of Brendan miller Glendon Crain sounds like, a porn He dropped a porn name to come up with a porn name Starring story Daniels and Glendon Crain This is her third marriage so there you go She is available And good. Luck on that So last, night, and thought to myself well there's a catch The latest in the yesterday as we were leaving the air the story, was starting to a -rupt about Trump exploring revoking security. Clearances his ex top national security officials who have criticized him and as. It turns out two of them no, longer, have them anyway And that would be James Comey I believe and Andrew McCabe both of whom were fired from. Their positions and the more we learn about James Comey the more we, the more that looks justified no matter who the president. Was just the fact that he was leaking information kind of not necessarily But then the the. Other one that is what are the others it's on the list is national security advisor Susan Rice And, James Clapper I know I always think about lights going on and off to And and John Brennan And Michael Hayden former CIA director John Brennan's former CIA director James Clapper the, former director, of national intelligence So those, are the, six people. That were. Being targeted the president press secretary Sarah, Huckabee Sanders said yesterday that Trump is quote exploring the mechanisms to, strip the clearances AP cited experts as saying it's unclear whether or not. The president has the power to revoke clearances And, that such. A move. Would be an unprecedented political ization of, the clearance process but everything every news report I've seen said that, these people get to keep their security clearances so that they can advise Those who are new on the job Administration's been in office for A year and nine months or whatever it is I'm not so sure they're looking for advice from those particular names Anyway the former top security officials are. Allowed to keep their clearances at least for a period of time and that's always been seen as a courtesy so that they. Can advised successors or whatever the case may be two of them two. Of the six that were named yesterday don't have security clearances anymore Me, said yesterday he doesn't have one anymore mccabe's spokesperson said the same about him Hayden Michael Hayden former CIA. Director, tweeted that revoking his clearance won't have any effect on what, I say or write Clapper called the. Idea quote kind of a petty way of retribution I suppose for speaking out against the president which I think on the part. Of all of us are born out of genuine concerns about President Trump It was actually Senator rand Paul we were starting to get word yesterday afternoon that rand Paul was Telling. The president in a in a meeting that. He should revoke clearances So anyway That and then today, house, speaker Paul Ryan dismissed Trump's plan to revoke the. Security clearances as, you said it's just a mild form of trolling by the president rather than a serious attack. On descent He said I think I think he's trolling people honestly Ryan said the issue of who was able to access security clearances falls within the purview of the executive branch rather than congress and me seemed. Intent on leaving it, to the White House to decide so on one hand there's question as to whether. Or not the president could actually, do that or not and then on. The other hand. Paul Ryan CNA it's not our. Control that's his control that's..
Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
"Who would have guessed that this could have happened husband of adult film. Performer stormy Daniels seeks, divorce, who who I mean I I meet, stormy Daniels. Apparently getting divorced I could could you believe. I am just absolutely stunned I thought that. Marriage is gonna last forever. I just I. Just. It it gets better okay so stormy Daniels. Real name is Stephanie Clifford she's married to. A guy named Glendon Crain you should see. The picture of this guy he's also a pornographic film actor so that. They met in the business this is. Apparently like an office romance he files a divorce petition last week in Texas seeking child support and, custody of their their daughter the grounds he. Is alleging for divorce adultery Adult now I just I raised this question if you make your living having sex on camera I. Mean isn't it a perpetual state of adultery I. Mean really, it's kinda if that's what you. Do for, a living yeah how was your day Honeywell I had sex with seven guys on camera I mean you kike. Be sued for adultery. I mean I just raise I raise. These questions who would have thought that this marriage. Would have, would have broken up it gets better There's more, it gets better okay now, I, have, described Stephanie Clifford stormy Daniels and her and her attorney as being the two greatest self promoter, since, Barnum, and, Bailey right so as. Soon as, the husband, files the petition for divorce alleging adultery and it's. Kinda I how how can you do that, but regardless the lawyer decides to you. Know way, and, Evan Nettie character Michael Evan who the two most dangerous. Places. In the United States to? Be right now between stormy Daniels Michael Evan. Eddie and, a TV camera I mean look. Out you're, going to get run over and get injured so as soon as they filed this avenue Nettie takes to Twitter. And says that MS Clifford kindly asks for privacy for, the sake of her family okay now I I really the, word ironic does not even begin to describe this this is a. Stormy Daniels the concept of stormy Daniels and privacy is completely and totally alien this woman, who if there is an opportunity to get her face on. A TV camera she, will be flying, halfway around the country to. Do it but now she wants she wants privacy that's according to the attorney, it gets even. Better two hours after he comes out, and says on Twitter. She wants, privacy she comes out on Twitter. And says I don't want privacy she's like. I don't want. Or need privacy I want, truth, that, will, all come. Out I'm not afraid? So it's kind of like hey hey lawyer Evan Eddie what do you mean don't you understand my whole gig is based on getting my. Name in the news and this is just the latest way to do it I don't what privacy who cares. About. This Who would have figured that you know Stormy Daniels the love affair To, pornographic film actor and actresses they get married and in it, it kinda ends Well who, you know you just never know the love birds immune it's next thing you know you're going to be finding. That like the prince and the Princess got divorced now maybe not quite. All right we start to show like we start..
Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
"Really yeah well. There's a lot going on in her life stormy Daniels Working woman she's out there just. Trying to make, a buck but getting into trouble from time to time and you remember she was busted in Ohio for violating. Ohio? Law. When, it comes to the proper behavior between strippers and clients She was a little too in their face so to speak From what I, understand, it, was all a, big, misunderstanding. And she was, like oh well she was like oh also by the way I should point out there may very well have been political bias at work in the cops who arrested her in the first. Place to may have been pro-trump and went out, went after if that's if. That's the case in any capacity stop it like we don't you shouldn't use your politics to dictate, your arrest decisions as should just. Be. Equal across the board whatever the laws, just enforce, it okay but here's stormy Daniels and you know she's been of course going after the, president for a, number of things that famous antagonists alongside lawyer Mike Levin Atty and then her lawyer comes out yesterday and is very clearly trying to get ahead, of a. Story that nobody has yet heard because he, tweets the following My client stormy, Daniels and her husband Glenn. Had decided to end their marriage a petition for divorce was filed last week the accuracy of which, is vehemently disputed stormies daughter remains. Her. Number one priority she, kindly asks for, privacy for, the sake of her family and stormy adding on Twitter I don't need or want privacy, I want truth, and it will come out I'm not afraid actually kind of seems like she's flying a little bit in the face of Ron attorney statement but, either way This announcement comes ahead of this news which we. Have from a variety of outlets including the Daily Beast stormy Daniels husband has filed for, divorce last week days after the. Porn star was arrested in a sting operation. At a strip club in Columbus Ohio Daniels attorney tip the media to his famous clients split from her third, husband on Twitter And according to the petition by Glendon Crain who married her in. Two thousand fifteen he's accused her of cheating on him and requested a temporary restraining order in the petition she they write the marriage has become, insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities respondent has committed adultery her husband says of stormy Explaining why he seeking divorce a little confused here I just wanna poss from on that point. She's committed adultery you say Is that not in the job description isn't that. The sort of the point of being a, porn actress routinely. Commit adultery There's a, couple of things apparently there's some kind of code for couples that are married if you if you work in the industry you. Tend to marry someone who's in the industry because you understand that you, get per day supposedly get permission from each other if you work. In the. Industry before doing a scene like certain people they have agreements. They won't film with and. That kind of thing he. Is he is a porn actor. Is his real name is weird they both, have different, names he is a Glendon Crain she's stormy Daniels his. Real name no is Brendan Miller and. Her real name Stephanie Clifford except in? His case his his stage name is Brandon Miller Glendon Crain is, his, real name Okay then TMZ got it. Wrong okay yeah well that's according. To the Daily Beast so one of them, got it, right one of them got it wrong here's the thing. Interesting. When she was arrested July twelfth Yeah she claims she was, according to her arrest report. She. Said she was not married on her arrest. Report so this has been coming down, the pike, that would that would be in line with they stopped living together on July eleventh which was the day before okay now. There's also an issue with the daughter they have a seven year old daughter and he. He felt for a t. r. o. that would I'm not only prevent her from withdrawing are transferring any of their assets but it also prevents anyone employed in the adult? Entertainment, industry to be around the daughter because according to an affidavit that he's, filed with this is she recently purchased an aeroplane ticket so, that their daughter could..
Will Stormy Daniels's divorce impact her case against Trump?
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"crain" Discussed on WJR 760
"You know using government employees and government time and in government offices to handle at least five or i think six chad livengood i think did some great investigative reporting on this i didn't even bring that up i didn't even know about it chad livengood at detroit at crain's detroit found that there's no comparison whatsoever to that and in governor snyder selling his personal residence in a personal assistant had for twenty years we've been bombing government time as long time from the article no but it's off government time in off government property that's different than than taking a piece of real estate you inherited personally it into a a real estate development setting up then parcelling off in selling the the transactions and having and government time with government resources and government employees completing the paperwork on it now we don't know how much work they did all we know is going into the story in the fine reporting from jonathan hosting was a notary public in the office which is a very handy thing they have and takes no little little to no time to stamp it and sign it and then getting witnesses from a an executive assistant or somebody right there at the office because you can't you can't have family members suit or whatever i just remember going through this at a bank once and i didn't think it was that big a deal and it took literally seven seconds for somebody to sign i had to convince the stranger though by the way could i need your help i need to have this witnessed can you help me with that they didn't know me i didn't know them and they did it but the the tone of the story it almost made me feel a class war being waged but this is republican against republican meaning in and you've done a great job i think as lieutenant governor i think he's done a great job as attorney general one of you probably will be leading your party into the.
"crain" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So no no no no it's not i'm just there productivity you how you get in the car and you just put it on autopilot go that's kind of what happened crain i'm just unknown to work i forgot that i was gonna do these days before that insurgents while i didn't do it but one of them was too i was going to bring in some bling rings for both of us go rings that we could have for the for the fan bragging friday show sure they would so getting on the airplane the other day as i'm getting on they had disco music they had the flashing lights did you see this the video but when i tell people that did this happen they're like right right really what house what's your stuff in the overhead bin lady i i'm a yeah listen i mean yeah airplane they're getting on the airplane disco lights go in and it was just so much mine and so i don't remember my point things that did not get the knock it down we do have our disco ball hanging out here in studio with us and we invite you to participate in van bragan friday now requires stepping a little bit out of your comfort zone and saying something nice about somebody else in business and you know you don't have to but the lines are open if you want to and the reason we encourage that is because when used as living nice about somebody else in business the trickle down effect or the ripple effect if you will in in in goodwill and positively and all things karmic it's amazing what really takes place users somebody else somebody driving down the road goes while i think i could use that service or you know that restaurant or whatever it can be a referral to a restaurant could be a referral to a dog walker and you're thinking where am i going to take fido to the dog walker right there's all kinds of things you can say and when you give the driver down the road something because they say i could use that business you're also marketing that business for them and we reward you by marketing your business for you it is a win win win win situation win win win win is correct would you throw in a fifth win will make it happen make it will make it happen eight five five fan brag eight five five three to six to seven to four that is our open hotline for fan bragan friday are disco dance party that.
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"crain" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Driven by crain automotive team crainteamcom jay won't be as warm as reasons as lower humidity partial sunshine high temperature eighty one partly cloudy tonight low sixty then tomorrow saturday and sunday should be mostly sunny high tomorrow 81 than eighty saturday and two sunday i'm accuweather meteorologist elliot abrams now a little bit of light rainfall this is off to the west of the metro banana anything close by bit mislead county against this about as close as it gets 65 was little rogge now newsradio one or two point nine karn leeds first news with kevin miller on news radio one hundred two point nine karn one professional amply you know the man coming to the realization that he may not ever play competitively again coming up newsradio one or two point nine karn first news kevin miller joined by meg matthews arkansas state parts meg volvo is finally here finally here it is it's an philly here and so i know the weather world cooperate with our iraq limit where we wanted to know whether or not the way arkansas weathered arrests certainly yes certainly i don't know about everybody else's yard but to a my leaves have decided in my neighbors leaves do that have found their way over to my property until all already were starting to see some colored painter yeah i agree what i love it when my neighbors gardner were barely found him i are bet that my favorite part anyway blown back i give it today we'll we'll play pinball in with them and while the eu will play to find out where the best call colors are already go to and this is a little different than what i usually fe as who arkansas dot com and they have arkansas fall color up and they'll be up every thursday by five pm and we have a only keepers across date who report what kind of color if they have in their areas every day and people now the color started pain in the northern part of the state and then they work their way down so right now and and the arkansas ozar in the northwest in the north central part of the day they get the very beginning the tip could leave this unchanged light hence have yellow and red grin piper nato are starting to darken and so check back each week and.
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"Crain automotive team crainteamcom spa little rock whether newsradio one or two point nine karn the showers should stay away with clouds this morning fog here and there to you might deal with work up to eighty three sunshine does breakthrough sixty nine was little rock seven twenty it's time for rush let's see a cease fire in at american city on a weekend that's not a joke fox it actually happened in baltimore a seventy two hour truce they spread the message nobody kill anybody because two hundred people have been killed so far this year they tried to get some of the city's toughest people this line on thinking that would lead door murder free weekend there were propeace events held all over this any people held up signs offering free hugs i guess that's better than no murders tyrone boy it took party said the least the ceasefire let people in the community know that there's hope he said the killing won't end but it is a start well not everybody listened to the nobody kill anybody message the ceasefire was shattered at least two people were murdered over the weekend even so tyrone may be right this effort to restore a moral compass in baltimore did not come from the same old politicians who have been blowing it feeding off the city for decades this came from the people themselves the citizens who are tired of living in danger and surrounded by violence finally their standing up and demanding better and that is hopeful especially in a democrat stronghold where pessimism rules the root russia's live in a levin newsradio one or.
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"The weather channel i'm ken boone on newstalk seven sixty wjr sixty four degrees at six sixteen sixty four degrees now sixteen minutes after six thursday morning and if you're like me you remember talk of some great things that were planned for the state fairgrounds you'll state fairgrounds they actually by the same developers at are involved with a yet another announcement have been involved for some five years and it hurt pinho of crain's detroit business has been following this story and erode it in cranes emmys here to kinda give us some more background on a good morning to you kirk kerkorian paul harragon coulda i'm i'm doing well and it it seems like this is taken forever i like it but the developers put what put it in context there are several other projects in a city that a lot of taking longer heard for example the the hutton taken longer and we are in any construction there of the gateway marketplace her a few more years than this on so they're there you know accurate a wall the whole all out the much larger sipe any neater those your that i just mentioned an before they are one hundred fifty seven acres and it appears that this plan that to you revealed in crain's detroit business is it what they feel is the best one tell us about well beyond the orbit of earth afar for more all a guess urban concept so at versa versa suburban tho previous plans but they had on though characterize having you know he's a parking are cheers they're afraid on you know other other such things that you're not typically he out now wasted and no buyer utica or uh no other yasser service suburban hot vase whereas.
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"Of the university of michigan law school it 26 seeing crain's detroit business crain's detroit business name to her one of the state's one hundred most influential women that's two lawyers in a row there's a lot of lawyers out there most of us aren't practicing our it's right well and you're doing other things but you're certainly happy i always wished i would've i i graduated michigan with something that said uh pre law be years free freelance i don't know how i talked him into putting that on there and i don't know what it means but are we still have the law degree is an excellent degree to have especially if you're not practising law yeah it's the best way to have it in my opinion i practiced law for about five minutes and it was interesting but not that interesting analogous to negotiate with people about how we make the city better and that works for me that's fabulous talk a little bit about the night foundation we've we've all heard about it were aware of it less we've been living in a cave it the national foundation it invests well let you tell the after what did talk to us about the nihfunded even a even out came about yeah so their full name is johnasson james elmer foundation and that's two brothers and near the two brothers who started the newspaper organization that we came to know is knight ridder and night ritter owned the free press that's why we're working here but we serve 26 communities across the united states that housed night newspapers because those two brothers believed in the communities that their newspapers served and in the early days they allow their editorial boards to guide them and over time it became i'm a national over two billion and asked assets a foundation that invests in informed and engaged communities taking that history of what is a newspaper do and what his journalism do and saying how to invest in a community from that perspective so in eight of our communities including detroit we have a resident program director who make sure sure that the investments by this national foundation represent.
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"Editorial urges the city leaders to be prepared to respond to an onslaught of negative p r maybe from around the country as this nineteen sixty seven anniversary approaches talk to us yes we were putting together is package it was it was clear to the team backed uh on there's a lot of talk and five injured unity in detroit car to five why not don't want to talk about the anniversary they're afraid gonna gonna bring up uh old wounds in and an a nervy cast a negative light on the city and others realized that on whether we pay attention are knocked out of the rest of the world well an and much of unity will one of the business community govern our telintar responsibility to learn from the left roux's and look forward in what we're doing it a girl in it's kind of our picking a mental approach saying um you know we we we don't want to be defined buyer of um um but if we wanna we wanna take control of our our reputation for the future army to band together and make sure that her own parachute in in july if they know more than what happened fifty years ago they know what we're trying to do now going for him we sweep erica him could lead into the story and and talk to folks i want you to have an opportunity to talk about uh on the progress at the made progress has been made in the plan to make a lot more progress on extra fear well it it certainly appears to me run the two crain's detroit business has done that is doing that with your whole uh who lead up to and coverage of the remembering that i teen sixty seven anniversary as it approach which is in the new jed livengood had a very busy week did me in in the attic threestorey in are in imprinted shouldn't couple more online this we can his piece really looked at the economic impact of the riots are rebellion whatever you happen to call me other modern 2500 businesses that were destroyed on in fifty years ago and in in the uprising in the riots i'm and most of them were not replace so uh the point in history he had a nice.