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"cushman" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"cushman" Discussed on The Product Podcast
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"cushman" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Charlotte. Cushman was born in boston. On july twenty third eighteen sixteen she had found early memories of playing at her father's warehouse on longworth. Her father was a successful merchant for a time one afternoon charlotte and her brother. Charles were hopping from the war to adopt boat. That was being loaded. She and charles leaped back and forth delighting in the freedom of at all until charlotte missed the boat and landed in the water. The children cried out for help and it kind bystander dove into bring charlotte to safety back on dry land. Charlotte's father was quick to give charlotte something dried aware. A set of men's overalls and a large jacket. When surely was thirteen years old. She had to start working to support her family by some accounts. That's when her father died leaving the family without a breadwinner an impoverished but other telling the story mentioned that her father returned to his children from a previous marriage or just that his business failed. Regardless charlotte's childhood came to an abrupt end despite that she was determined to follow her dream of becoming an opera singer. Charlotte took music lessons and developed an impressive contralto voice. After joining a touring performance where she had to sink parts higher than her range. Charlotte's voice failed and so she turned to acting her. First role was lady macbeth in eighteen. Thirty six at new orleans saint charles theater to help earn enough to send back to her family. Charlotte was also editing and publishing poems and short stories at the time charlotte was known in her early days for her meticulous preparation. What we might think of today as method acting in eighteen thirty seven. She played nancy sykes in oliver twist. Nancy was a sex worker. Charlotte wanted to learn the mannerisms and details of the role. She was about to play so she spent time in. New york's impoverished five points neighborhood. She even brought back some clothing to complete her character's costume as time went on charlotte became known for playing male roles. There is a term for this they were called breeches parts because the women who played them were breaches rather than dresses or skirts. Typically these parts played something of a burlesque to show off some skin that would usually be hidden under skirts. There was a raunchy nece to it but charlotte didn't do that. She played the male roles convincingly one reviewer wrote in walk gate gesture mode of speech and freedom of attitude. She was every inch. The man. charlotte's next acting challenge was wooing the british theatre crowd a rare feat for an american. She set sail for england in october of eighteen. Forty four does. She wasn't wealthy at the time. Charlotte church had enough to keep her family comfortable and enough that she could return home to the states. If she were to fail but that she didn't charlotte's big break came. When the manager of the princess theatre asked her to act alongside edwin forrest. A prominent american shakespeare actor forrest was making his debut in england and they wanted charlotte to act longside him but she was adamant that she should have her own debut and negotiated her own terms in february of eighteen forty five. She opened with her first role. In england playing bianca in the play facia it was a brilliant and triumphant success. So much so she was able to bring her family over and reprise her role as romeo opposite her sister susan as juliet that performance opened at the haymarket theatre in december of eighteen forty five during her time in england. Charlotte met matilda hayes a writer journalist and actor for the next ten years. Charlotte matilda had a public relationship which a friend described as a female marriage in eighteen fifty. Two charlotte retired from acting and moved to rome though. She never truly quit the theater in room. She attracted a community of smart artistic women men view charlotte and her fellow female jolly bachelors with the note of fear. Henry james called them a harem. Scare them matilda in charlotte broke things off after a period of jealousy in strain soon after charlotte's started a relationship with ms stebbins a sculpture. Who arrived in rome in eighteen fifty seven. The two women became close almost immediately in eighteen fifty-eight charlotte wrote to a friend. Do you not know that. I'm already married. And wear the badge upon the third finger of my left hand. Shirlow was an ardent supporter of emma's work. And emma also drew inspiration from charlotte. Which can still be seen. Today was commissioned to create a statue for the bethesda fountain in new york central park. The triumphant angel at the center of the fountain was modeled after charlotte. The public may have known about their relationship. But the papers only ever described it as a closeness omitting the romance charlotte and emma lived together until charlotte's death. She died of pneumonia in eighteen. Seventy six at the age of fifty nine immediately after death. Charlotte was celebrated. The newspapers wrote glowing beautiful obituaries and remembrance. But just a few years. Later in eighteen eighty society began to shift. There was now language around clear desires and those desires were seen.
"cushman" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"For nine minutes is absolutely abhorrent. Horrifying thing but if they think that's the problem. And the only thing that they have to address is getting bad cups of police departments in their missing the point. Because the problem is unemployment is generational wealth. It's income disparities. Based on race in all of those things are really important. So I advise that I've always give people is to make sure you do the research understand what the problem is I Second I would say then take that information and actually commit yourself to doing something about. Melania Hobson I loved her interview recently where safe every other problem businesses are faced with they saw. Because they measure and manage what they measure. Diversity has not you know there's Four lack CEO's out of the fortune five hundred. Four axios on the Fortune five hundred, twenty years ago. Nothing nothing thinks it's somehow take the data that you have. Commit yourself to actually doing something to to make a change and then measure a mixture demanding that you're looking to to measure progress. Every board. Of A fortune five, hundred company. meets. The demand of their CEO. A quarterly report on diversity within the company at the board level that shares all of their statistics, one hiring practices on retention on income and a wage equality. Report same way compliance reports are are normal. They report every quarter on on employees lawsuits in workers comp, and all of the financial, all of those things that. Have to be shirt. Boards needs to demand that when it comes to diversity have think tug start to his defence change. I do really appreciate you take me a few moments insuring those those important perspectives, Adam are there If you don't mind my asking me there. There aren't sick. Individual organizations that you would like to point out. But I wonder are there are there as you have looked to as somebody who has has risen to such a an August position within your own company and now serving as a board member for other. As you look you know decree more more people who look like you physicians like yours. Are there organizations that you think have been particularly effective in am not necessarily talking about like pure organizations to cushman and Wakefield but even organizations that foster. People at Young ages to to get them involved in technology to you know you know took. that. Come from disadvantaged backgrounds and providing them. that. They wouldn't otherwise have to put them on a different path. Are there any that you'd like to shine a light on? I mean I would. Just to to be selfish I will to organizations that. That were might Iraq there might foundations? That Sarah made me laugh about the memories junior achievement. It's amazing. No one really touching achievement but junior achievement was the organization that kind of. Instilled in me kind of a sense of business connection and entrepreneurship and kind of doing the right thing. Inroads was the other organization that gave me my first. Professional job opportunity working at a bank and. Wearing my sutin carry my little? Eddie Bauer briefcase with me every day. I see stars is another organization. The kind take almost next age group of. Your. Host College Age Youth. And young adults that are trying to do something different and change their pants in their direction But I think that the challenge is that all of these organizations are are trying to do things from A. Almost, a charitable feel good her perspective. I think when change is really going to happen when more companies are are looking at growth they're looking at how they're. They're wanting to grow their businesses and the Dow that. There's no way they can grow. Without actually becoming a better place for women a better place for minorities because if you look at the demographics. If you're trying to recruit all white straight males over sixty. There's limited supply. And, and eventually you run out and you have to be able to attract so I think what I don't see very effective. Are Public Private nonprofit partnerships. And I think we need to see more of those where there's there's a company, there's government there's a nonprofit working together to solve problems and you see some of the major cities I think thanks see much more than. The organizations. All the good organizations during a recession they struggled mightily and that's where the need is the greatest and so. You have to change the way we look at solving the problem. Yeah. Keen insights. As you look to the future, I'd be curious about trends trends anyway technology trends or or other trends as you look a few years out what are some things exciting you? Climb. WIT So I think the ES G. so this is interesting because it's kind of. Singing from a board perspective as well as an executive perspective. The you know the environment souls social governmental, who kind of like all of this sustainability initiatives there all kind of coming to light now more than ever and you're seeing this convergence where. It used to be your their environmentalists talking about the environment. And then. Companies talking about profitability insane to. Converge because energy, of course, is limited resource limited resources become very expensive. Starting. Technologies that are dealing with climate and dealing with energy are going to have much more interesting. I think technologies that address the social justice. Issues are going to be interesting. So for instance. I'm seeing more recruiting tools out there. That are trying to take away subconscious bias at of recruiting and trying to make level playing ground and I think a lot of that is going to pop up. You're seeing more that I think the Contra. something. That's really nervous. Technology that I'm really interested in but also afraid of. Is some of.
"cushman" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Business lines and markets. In this interview, we discuss Adam's view on working from home why he moved from Chicago to Austin and his belief that technology can't replicate the full in person work experience. We also discuss Adam's advice for those looking to make a positive change in social justice why every board of a fortune five hundred company needs to demand a quarterly diversity report hint some of the recruiting tools that are looking to take subconscious bias out of recruiting. Lastly, we discuss Adam's advice ratios looking to join boards Adams interest in technologies that positively impact the environment, how the pace of technological changes faster today than ever before and a variety of other topics. Before, we get to our interview I wanted to introduce you to our sponsor Zozo, and accompanies President Timothy Caspi prior to taking on his current wrong. 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Thanksgiving and now to our interview. Adam Stanley. Welcome to second ovation. It's great to speak with you. Thank. You very glad to be air. Thanks for the invitation. Now, it's a pleasure. That we begin with your role, you were the chief information officer in chief digital officer of Cushman Wakefield, and I, wonder if you could take a moment and describe your purview in those two different sides at least of your title. Sure. I think it's always interesting because allowed people there are so many different durations a of the title of the CIO. I do think of them as very different. I think that there is there is an individual that has to be the ultimate corporate steward of data technology in all of the systems required to kind of do our jobs to be productive to deliver services to our clients today. In two in my mind. That's the. And I think the mistaken CIO's make is bay a save at the CIO is the pipe sears maintaining things keeping the pipes run I think there's a lot of innovation in what you do for your current clients and it's a really important role. I'm such a very robust role but at the same time, you also need to have a view towards the future of you towards held business models might change. A view towards how competitor's maybe. From outside if you're industry and they're frankly maybe needs that your clients will have five years from now that they don't know they will have five years from now. So to some extent, I, think my CEO role is more focused on that. So so it's really what are the conversations we have with our clients with business leaders with the market BC's with everyone else around for. A future predicting things that might change for the position. Very, different roles and yet both equally important for an organization like mine or frankly any whistles. Yeah. That's interesting and it's a very interesting perspective as well. and I I I agree with you in terms of the value of having it all under one leader there certainly other organizations as you're aware that divide up CIO or chief digital officer chief data officer, and you might have three or four different people that have roles the kind of rhyme and have a little bit of perhaps of an overlap of the ven diagram which can create its own confusion I. Thought at least painting with a broad brush stroke oftentimes, it's a it's the view that there's something lacking in one executive. So let's get you know somebody who has a different set of perspectives and then all of a sudden you've got a lot of chefs in the kitchen so to say but but but your your vision of in for the value is derived for having a consolidated is certainly compelling I wonder if you could take a quick moment, you talked a little bit about how especially the digital side of your Rolled, has you looking into the future? You're kind of you know playing around a year or two or three advance I would imagine in you're you're inventing the things that are going to impact the company in customers down the road Can you talk about some of the methods that you use an order to do? So you know how do you remain aware of rising trends and how you might parlay that ensue value for the company in value for your customers? Yeah. I answered diverse law the biggest thing but. It's a religion for me is unfocused. I am always on the client. So a lot of people say that in a lot of people giving lip service, but I really focus on the clan him I. Think if you if you focus on the client the right way you're understanding what the client needs just wider buying your. And the reason that's important is if you're say hotel chain. And you focus on the fact that people need a place to stay when they're traveling to visit family or vacation you actually could have anticipated airbnb would actually come about. But if you're a hotel that only focuses on how the client is your products, your rooms than you miss and so in the way we think about innovation is we think about our clydes as property owners, property occupiers, and what are the things that they actually need. So they need space, they need A. Opportunities to be productive they need to have a flexible way of managing their capital absurd. All these needs and our job is to find different unique ways to meet those needs and today it might be finding them in office with a hundred thousand square feet. Tomorrow.
"cushman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"So mark lessening today what is the best thing about being a part of the Star Trek Universe? It was you know. I mean meeting people that inspired you to want to write and do what I ended up doing a lot of my life and career It was just a joy as you mentioned earlier about sweating pond pond. You know it's it's like, wow, I can't believe I'm sitting here having lunch with Dorothy. Fontana I can't believe in gene roddenberry's house. At the office and I'm pitching them for next generation and everything you know it it's just I just felt very fortunate. I sometimes still do sometimes think back to this kid who was watching star trek on TV. And now I've written for a couple of Star Trek series and I've. Interviewed so many people from Star Trek and written books about it. You know a couple of the series and and. it's I would've ever dreamed when I was ten years old and I would have gone on to do these things. So I feel very fortunate I. I feel qualified. I mean who else would have done this? Why royalties books nobody else was going to do this you know. So and I and I wanted to set straight all that folklore I wanted to bring all this information out and share it with other fans stuff that I was just in heaven going through all these files, finding these memos, the ratings, and the production reports going man I, want to share this with everybody out there who loves the show like I do? And that's what I did with these books. So so I I, feel fortunate. But at the same time I worked my rear end off doing it and and have made a lot less money than I could have made if I were spending that same time doing scripts and directing so So I paid a price, but but it's worth it because this was truly a labor of love and and if I continue if I do these other books, we've talked about it it'll be a labor of love as well. It's just crazy to think about the space the all began with a letter to Dorothy Fontana and if she didn't even respond I, mean who knows how the course just been totally different. And it'll tell you the first convention I intended I. I've been to one years earlier to deliver film as I said, but the first one I attended where my publisher you know bought a booth and had me there signing books which was in. Vegas August of two thousand thirteen right when the first book came out. And I, remember who it was. It may have been Barbara Luna. It may have been who just prefers to be called Luda it may have been. A Grisly Whitney. Bad Been Celestial your now I just can't remember which one of them it was. I can't see the face but I remember it was a woman. Who had been on Star Trek and they were at a table next to my booth and and everybody was so gracious I went over and said, hi everybody and I interviewed so many of them on the phone and met a few of them but it was like, wow, this is cool to be here with all these people were signing pictures and they're for whatever reasons and but whichever one? Of them was said this I walked over and said, you know I and and I and I and I don't think. I'd met her I think we'd met on the phone when I interviewed her and I saw Marc cushman and here's a copy of the book and I signed it for you and she and she just looked up and stood up and took my hand and she said welcome to the family. And Wow. You know. And that's what it was always like every year when we would go over to the convention in Vegas, it was like a family reunion we all go out to dinner and there we are. Again you know and that. That was a wonderful feeling. You know show Biz people by larger just wonderful people very warm, very sensitive, very, very nice where they become. Big. Stars they. Sometimes, you have to build walls around themselves for obvious reasons but but they're really their artists and whether they're actors writers their artist, and so they're sensitive. They're kind that warm and and you feel that and I I love going to those conventions each year and and being able to see them all get. It was a great feeling. You Mark Thank you so much for being on here today with us talking about these are the voyages, all this great star history, and hopefully we'll get you back on another episode because I don't ask you more about the movies and phase two. So that's GONNA be for next time I. Think Okay. Bye. Bye, and that was our chat with Marc Cushman and reminder once more to check out his.
"cushman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"At triple fiction productions who makes them Great Three D. Printed Star Trek inspired products for toys and people but you'll hear more about them a little bit later on in the show. Now without further ado, let's beam up at this week's guest. Computer Access interview file affirmative initiating program, and joining us now is an authority on Star Trek. One of the few people in the world to have had access to some of the rarest information from the Archives of John Roddenberry, which he has shared with the world in his book series. These are the voyages available from Jake Brown press the third volume or six look actually the series was just released now, which encompasses life after the original series was canceled today we're speaking with Star Trek historian, Marc Cushman. Mark. How's it going today? Terrific Matthew. Thank you. See I just got your books the first time fairly recently these things are just dense encyclopedias that are filled with so much information. I'm looking forward to talking about all that stuff and also talking to you about how you got all that information because mad it's over Wyoming from her first glance. You Bet. So. Let's start things off with What I'd like to ask all of our guests on the show. That's what is your earliest memory of Star Trek. Sitting in I, think my third grade class in Oregon and a dairy community. And It was fall of sixty six or late in sixty six and early sixty, seven and everybody had been talking about this show called Star Trek, which I wasn't watching because we didn't receive. The NBC channel in that area it was a lot of mountain ranges that prevented it from coming in we got CBS and ABC out of Portland and no NBC and So I didn't know what they were talking about I was still watching lost in space and voice mom see why bought Western outer limits and things like that, and then one day. They towards the end of the class the teacher said Okay. Here's your homework assignment and everybody in the room. Groaned. And she said I know Star Trek night. This was on a Thursday and and she said Okay No. Homework. And there was a cheer and I thought what am I missing? But I got outta doing homework that's great and then finally in the summer of sixty seven channel eight out of Portland NBC affiliate Fizzles in enough to wear through a snowstorm. And static and everything I was able to catch the the rerun of devil in the dark and then a week later, I saw I think arena and Squire Gotha few other episodes before it is a little way and and then I didn't get to see star trek again for about a year until my family moved to an area where we could receive NBC reception. So I got teased with it and and and I'll just say one last thing about this. This long answer is that You know having been watching those other shows which were very entertaining for a ten year old You know I saw this devil in the dark episode and it was on a whole different level. It was every bit as entertaining as these other shows but it was about something and and as a ten year old I couldn't say there there's a theme to this. I don't think I. Knew what a theme was, but I sure was thinking about it afterwards and that nightline in bed about How much more interesting. This show was and sure enough the following week and the following week before the channel faded out it was the same impact on me that these shows were taking science fiction to a whole `nother level but this ten year old had never experienced before. Devil in the dark is one of those really great episodes that I think is perfect for beginner because it's got a lot of action. It's got a lot of tension. There's a log on their story. Wise. Oh, it's pretty obvious. What that one got you hooked? So from there though what did you? Strange about Matthew is I don't think there's a single scene. In the entire episode that takes place on the enterprise maybe there is a brief one. Yeah. The they probably call up to Scotty stopping and and we see the inside of the enterprise are a small portion of it for for a moment but but the episode pretty much takes place on underground caverns and and things of that nature. So it was kind of strange want to start with because I really didn't get a good look at the ship, but I sure got a good look at it the next week. What was your first reaction? You saw the Enterprise Oh, it was blown away You know anybody who got NBC Ninety nine point nine percent of the American population in cities and other areas you know they were seeing coming attraction previews for the fall they received the enterprise fly by they were seeing shots from inside the ship and things of that nature. But for me, you know I just gone through six months of hearing the other kids talked about this star Trek. Show. And teasing me because I was still watching lost in space and and then to see it and I. Think the very next episode was arena and It was just my God. I'd never seen anything like that and when I did these books interviewed all the guest performers who would come in and guest starred in episodes and things of that nature as well as regular cast and everybody else you can imagine. But the reason I'm mentioning the guest performers is I would ask them you know what? What what did it feel like being on those sets and and they said, you don't like the bridge was like somebody stoled a big grand expensive set from a motion picture and moved it over here for a TV show they were just stunned by the by by the layout of the ship which was all on stage nine Desi Lou the. Entire stage was the enterprise and right next door was staged ten, which they used for the planets. So you had the entire interior of the ship setup, the hallways engineering the bridge Sick Bay captain's quarters, Turbo lift everything, and briefing room and so forth. But the bridge especially because it was built like a pie where there was I think eight maybe ten but I believe eight wedges It's all the book I just can't remember that that can be pulled out. So they can move the cameras into that area and film from a different angle, and then they'd put that wedge back in they. We pull out another wedge, move the cameras over there, but everything was wired up. You know in all the the flashing lights and everything else..
"cushman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Hi This is Marc Cushman I've ridden for Star Trek. I've written about Star Trek with book series. These are the voyages and Matthew and I are going to be talking all about star Trek on trick untold hope you'll join us Hello and welcome to track on told the podcast that goes beyond the stars I'm your host afew Kaplowitz. The history of the original star trek is one riddled with hearsay and rumors we take for granted the amount of behind the scenes info fans today have when it comes to modern iterations a star trek but as for the original series much that Info went with the creators to the grave it's taken a lifetime of work to uncover much of. The past about the original star. Trek and we have authors like today's guest to thank for making sure the past is remembered accurately today Marc cushman joins us for trek untold and author who has spent decades compiling this information into volumes of work through his publisher Jacobs, Brown Press Mark has written six volumes of his. These are the voyages series with his latest one. All about life after Star Trek was cancelled with a focus on the creation of star. Trek the motion picture each mark's books are meticulously filled. The details provided directly from gene roddenberry creator of Star Trek along with interviews with all of the actors including the character actors like we do here on trek untold to give you not just a piece of the story but the entire story but you're gonNA hear about all of that happened a little bit later on with the original series. Of course, there is so much ground to cover so. Our focus today is going to be mostly about season one of Star Trek with a few of our favorite episodes. In the discussion, we've also got a few fans amid a question sprinkled throughout it. So if you provided one, you may hear it s today we don't do that for every episode but if you were following our social media pages, you would have seen the announcement for it. So if you're not doing that I, hope we're GONNA. Correct that. Right. Now, this is going to be a lengthy discussion about gene roddenberry, Bob Justin Gene L coon Lucille Ball William, Shatner Leonard Nimoy and Harlan Ellison? Yes. We're GONNA talk about Harlan Ellison we got a lot save him so stay tuned t you're GonNa Learn, something today you didn't previously know about star trek before we jump into our interview I want to remind everyone to follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram at trick untold and that's all one..
How will coronavirus change our offices and the way we work?
"This economy is going to reopen. Eventually unevenly probably sooner in some places than in others and things are going to look different right. Restaurant tables are going to be space. Six feet apart masks hopefully everywhere touches payment systems one hopes the norm and for the tens of millions of people who work desk jobs different kind of office space as well from the Workplace Culture Desk Marketplace Making McCarthy Carino has that one Ramon Peralta had his own creative agency Peralta Design and Shelton Connecticut. And he's always taken pride and his. Stylish Headquarters Beautiful Office Campus Glass Conference Room all the amenities. And of course the popular open floor plan newly imbued with a sense of danger. We may consider doing some. Plexiglass divider. You know or kind of cough shields. If you will work stations facing each other might be turned apart. The Fun Game Room re purposed into a solo office and the whole space get more frequent and deeper cleanings when his team eventually returns. Some workers have already returned offices in China run by Commercial Real Estate Company cushman and Wakefield despite a cat secaucus has been helping put together best practices for their US operations using their China experience. As a model infrared temperature checks changing the way you access the building. So you're not really touching and yet aspect of it. Voice activated elevators and another thing. Buildings will need to improve their airflow says Joseph G Allen a professor at Harvard and author of the Book Healthy Buildings if windows can be opened they should. But you're bringing more out there and you dilute anything that's an indoor air And of course if you have a partner that with enhanced alteration you can actually capture virus particles and other particles. He says current ventilation systems were designed for energy efficiency rather than to promote health. So they'll need to be adjusted to bring in more air. But maybe the biggest change will be workers who don't WanNa return to the office which Creative Agency Director Ramon. Peralta is preparing for for us and for our culture. Health is number one and if they don't feel comfortable coming in they won't have to of course allowing workers to stay home for the long-term isn't something every company can do and there are plenty of workers itching to get back to the office. I Megan McCarthy Carino for
Bombardier Shed Snowmobiles for Jets, Trains. Now, It's Giving Up Both.
"First story comes from Forbes. Airbus buys bombard. Ea Out of Commercial Aviation for five hundred ninety one million dollars so this is by Marisa Garcia one of my favorites aviation journalists in with this deal bombarded is fully exited the series slash a two twenty program. I think Eh everyone knows that. Airbus took fifty point zero one percent ownership of the program in two thousand seventeen but now with this deal bombarded gets five hundred ninety one million dollars with five hundred. Thirty one million of dollars paid at closing and then the The balanced the remaining sixty million dollars is to be paid in installments through Twenty Twenty One Bombarded says with his deal they avoid a roughly seven hundred million dollar payment that it would have to make to fund production expansion so I think that's That's some serious motivation to to sell the rest to two Airbus an individual era. I guess if absolutely it is but it it gets better because today to A. They announced that they're not getting rid of their business. Aviation a division in that. They've decided to sell their their rail Rail meaning cars with steel wheels. That travel on the ground but So it's been it's been pretty Pretty volatile for the from the bombard employees. A bet you they're well they're probably breathing somewhat easier but they don't breathe completely easier until this is all closed. But it's a good place to start. I was Kinda surprised on the move to sell the the rail part of the business. And and keep the the business aviation but I thought the plane was going to be just the opposite but I don't know maybe I'm the only one that got surprised by that. Well just kind of odd because they had already sold several other portions of their aviation business so it kind of looked like they were getting out of that. So you're right. This does seem like a reversal of sorts. Okay but don't you guys don't understand bombarded by you really don't all right David Hillis? Tell us about bombarded. It's all about the snowmobile. I think he's right. I mean nothing else matters to bombard ebay. But they're Canadian snowmobiles. I mean I think that I think we should recognize that. There's nothing more important to Canadians than maybe Snowmobiles and snow and whatever that sport is where they brushed the puck down the ice and all letters can be sent directly to David Dot Com. All the Canadian listeners may not be happy but hear about this. I bought bombard. Ea problem with Bombardier was they ended up diversifying way. Way Too much. And I joke about snowmobiles but they do make snowmobiles and trains and airplanes. And you can't have that sort of conglomeration of manufacturing and and keep it together for any length of time. I mean without without government. Subsidy so I I just a little bit. But there's some truth in jest that you know they might actually eventually only be down to snowmobiles. Even though I believe the rail division was still profitable. That's what I what I don't understand. Well they did matter of choosing I mean because they owes serious money to the financial institutions. Up there Although I don't know that they're all in Canada I'm sure they most of them are but I think I saw something today. That when the Rail Sector Deal closes they're they're going to get something like six billion dollars or or something to put up against the nine billion that they oh so to them it was again. I. I don't know that they would have gotten that kind of money for the For the business side. Yeah 'cause the are one that would probably want. It is is textron. Well funny should mention that David. I was just going to bring up. I agree with your comments about conglomerates getting into too many different businesses so I brought up the textron homepage just to see what other kinds of businesses they have. Besides aviation and they make the The cushman vehicles. They make easy. Go Golf Carts. They make Arctic cat snowmobiles. They've got Jacobson specialized TURF CARA vehicles for cutting grass In the list goes on and on and on so it is kind of interesting parallel that You know textron has a kind of a similarly diverse group of products and they are leader in the aviation industry. That being said. I don't know how we're doing how well they're doing. I'm sure it's probably varies by by business unit. But it's interesting. I mean. I have a helicopter in my restoration facility that was built by Kelvinator. The washing machine company. Okay so I get diversification Does your laundry for you as well right. The spin cycle really kind of interesting. Is that what they mean by spends now I know
Argentina Steps into the Post-Macri Era
"Want to talk about some big news in South America the change of government in Argentina. which which happened yesterday oversee? How with the right leaning business-friendly Marizzio macrey who basically failed to still the country in the right direction couldn't hold inflation and that seeing a return to the left With Alberto Fernandez. A former cabinet lead in the government of Cristina Fernandez occasion both could Fernandez on related oversee. She is the former president. Now the vice president or is really really on You know how the country's GonNa Change Not just in terms of sort of political orientation orientation. We've seen a shift to the right in Latin America through the likes of both Naro a now. We have the left returning in Argentina but also the sort of difficulty of a country that's really struggled economically for are longtime inflation now over fifty percent Poverty rate forty percent which is shocking for our country that sort of prides itself on having a large middle class. So a lot for this government to try to do to try and Bring inflation under control and really improve the economy so that poverty rate goes down on on things start to look a little rosier a very hard task indeed we still have to hear from the new president of the wars. The exact planning to solve these issues. But what is the feeling if you look at these papers. What is the feeling in Argentina? Do people who believe that for Rhonda's has takes for this job and to face the challenges. Well well I mean there's a big reaction against macrey look When when he came in and a lot of people thought that he would be able to turn the country around? He went to the math and offer historic loan The F. is very unpopular in that country due to the two thousand and one two thousand and two economic crisis and the fact that look he was not able to bring inflation under control. Tro So I think you know. A lot of people who may be voted for macrey. Switch sides They'll be hoping that they will be a change. I mean we're saying that the government is looking to spend more on social programs for example In order to try. And you know help those most needy. And who is on the New Economy Minister Martine Guzman Cushman who was based in New York As a professor at Columbia University doesn't have a political background but obviously given the fact that the economy has struggled so much is will be particularly on his
India, Pakistan to hold third round of talks on Kartarpur corridor
"Talks have begun between india and pakistan over the possible opening of a border crossing using which would allow sikh pilgrims access to a holy site in pakistan. It's a sign. The two nations are prepared to work together. Since india revoked the special status of kashmir will to bring us up to date on the situation. I'm joined by shruti. Kapila who teaches indian history and politics at the university of cambridge welcome back to monocle twenty four thirty and could you just briefly update us on the relations between india and pakistan after indians move to revoke special status last month well it has been you could say a kind of a month of up and down and relations where you've seen on the one hand india taking quite an aggressive <hes> position on on cushman and has been backed significantly and to a large extent by it's it's better strategic <hes> old and a new partners having said that in hong kong has at the prime minister of sun has launched a blistering a social media media campaign a pointing out to as it were a india's donald aggression and and the problem with cushman so now this comes after on the backdrop of already very tense relations between inbox son if you recall the big terror attack in in mid february which was a changed as it were the electoral <unk> atmosphere in india so yes i mean now <hes> and when you had as it were the pulling off or or the the space between india and pakistan was also shut down so today you're in a curious place where the indian high commissioner and barnstorm on has been thrown out. He's not there you have these dialogues of the dialogue on seek boot rummages going on and and at the same time a very massive campaign obtain and bluster on both sides so it does not say what exactly is happening except that there is a kind of a game of brinksmanship going on in search for some kind of international supremacy over the suit so tell us a little bit more about these discussions that are taking place about access s. two holy site in pakistan <hes> the issue that people are talking about his crossing over at the carter poke corridor which is used by thousands of sikhs every single year. All people deliberately trying to find moments of connection here between injure in pakistan is a genuine sign here that some dialogue at some level is being accepted. I think it's a bit of both liquor. Thakore cora dole has been long in the making and put it in context context. It's it it is very much about the sikhs who at the time <hes> lost as world solve their holiest sites what do do bucks sound so this has been something that has been been in the making for decades and actually here as to the provincial governments addict a much more active role at the same time. If you look at ron cons rhetoric he's very keen to to sound good on make good to indian indian minorities where that sikhs muslims or christians but this seems to be as it were a very small gesture because of their other bigger a issues which seemed to be much more recalcitrant to dialogue and you mentioned the of imraan counting very public about this. I mean pakistan on has been calling on the international community to support their case and how much does that's half worked. I think as the clampdown goes for longer as you will recall the kashmir valley is under has been under security clampdown for now a full month and i think the indian government we'll find it claude to keep a to keep the goodwill on its side often such as long as toward suspension of of of rights of its citizens citizens that so i think <hes> but at the same time i think it's it's old kushner is also a moving piece of changes in the geostrategic strategic considerations of whether it's about a sandbox son india china china russia and i think no major par is willing to as it were <hes> you know bush is median side and that's why india has way not feast up onto now any serious criticism.
"cushman" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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The Latest on the Kashmir status
"We looked the heating tensions between two major u._s. Allies a nuclear armed nations india and pakistan. It all kicked off on monday. When the indian prime minister narendra modi announced that he was removing kashmir's special status from the indian constitution putting its autonomy in peril in an address to the nation today the indian prime minister doubled down saying that his actions would free cash of terrorism in a nutshell kashmir is a contentious piece of land split split mostly between india and pakistan and they have fought three wars over it already. The pakistani government is responding so far by suspending trade with its neighbor the and downgrading diplomatic relations as this tense standoff develops we have asked for indian officials to join us but they've so far declined and i'm joined now by pakistan's ambassador the to the united nations me lodhi ambassador. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. How serious is this in the view of your government. I don't just mean politically for your government but regionally and what might do given the tension between your ought to nations christian. Let's i get the facts straight. How was this crisis triggered. It was triggered by illegal eagle annexation by the indian government off the state of jammu in kashmir which is an internationally recognized dispute in fact where i sit at the united the nation's it is a dispute that is functionally on the u._n. Security council agenda because there are a series of u._n. Security council resolutions that have of course on india to allow the people of jammu in kashmir to freely determine their destiny through a so the crisis is triggered by an illegal an illegitimate action by india and let's just get the rest of the facts straight. The facts are that there is a blanket curfew in occupy genuine cushman people. There are locked up. It's called a lock down which has entered its fourth david. Actually this has been a prolonged lockdown. These people have been deprived tribe of the liberty for seventy years or more now. They're going to be deprived of their identity because the action by the indian government what does it actually do. Ooh what it does is to also allow the indian government to bring about demographic changes in dublin kushner and therefore to really really threaten the identity of the kashmiri people as far as my government is concerned and my prime minister and my country's concern. We reject this move. We heard what prime hi mr moody said just a few hours ago and it was a dishonest deceitful and disingenuous justification of their action which has no basis in law and it's certainly flouts in flagrant violation. Security council has been ambassador. Let me ask you this. Let me ask because those are very very tough words. You're using you are the u._n. Ambassador you've just reminded us all how this is enshrined in international law given the dispute you should be resolved according to the international community so what is the united nations and the security council going to do about this so they taking it up well. I have been in meetings with top officials and i have reminded them of their responsibility. Pakistan has going to go to the security council. It is going to remind mind the security council and its members indeed all of the united nations of its responsibility and what is that responsibility that responsibility is to ensure and let me say to christiane for your viewers and important resolution. It's called resolution thirty eight of the security council and the paragraph two of that resolution says a country does not have the right to materially change the situation in cushman and that's precisely what the indian government it has done so my country wants a peaceful settlement of this issue. We've always called for a negotiated settlement which is an accordance with security council resolutions russians and in accordance with the wishes of the schmead people. Let's not forget the issue is about people it's about the people who have been deprived of their right to live the way they want to be governed the way they want to end today even pro indian politicians in in kashmir have been locked up so if prime minister narendra modi's says that this is in the interests of the jungle in kashmir people the question he has to answer is why do you have to lock up the entire state of genuine kashmir why because no cash media will accept what the indian government has done a we we we. We don't accept what the indian government has done. We checked it and we'll go to the council and we'll make all these points at the council and we will insist that the council implement its own resolutions because i think the choice right now is do we want to live in a rules-based world where international law supreme or do we want to live in a world which is ruled by the law of the jungle and this is what india has done it his floated international law and it has flouted security council resolutions. You mentioned lockdown and lock up. We've heard reports that opposition politicians in in jammu kashmir have been arrested and as you say landlines are down. The internet is down. Mobile phone is down very very difficult to get an idea of exactly what's happening on the ground there but i do want to ask you because the whole world knows that this piece of disputed land has been the cause of three wars between between your nations and today your army chief the the pakistani army chief said that the country would do all that's necessary go to any extent to support cash mary's and then the foreign minister said the pakistan is not looking to respond militarily so can i hear it from you. Do you think that there's is going to be a military solution to this or do you still have diplomatic intentions. No i mean we have said very clearly that all diplomatic diplomats and political options are on the table pakistan has no interest and no desire to escalate the situation. This is an escalation that was triggered by by an illegal and illegitimate act and we would like the international community now to stand up for principle for law for justice and to address the plight eight of the kashmiri people as i keep saying christiane. This is about people in that state in an occupied state an occupation that has been brutal india has moved additional troops into occupied jammu and kashmir why obviously to suppress the voice of the kashmiri people but one day the curfew will have have to end one day these restrictions will have to go and then the indian government will hear the voice of the kashmiri people and that voice will be to get get out of kashmir to leave kashmir and to reverse this illegal annexation but that's also gives rise to all sorts of worries because if they do protests as most people believe they will and some have suggested they will if and when this curfew is is is raised that also could trigger a response so let me ask you because obviously president trump has met president prime minister modi of india several times and he also just hosted prime minister imran khan oh prime minister at the white house and when they were talking president trump said that prime minister mody had mentioned. Maybe he into mediating in this. Let me just play what president trump said. I was with prime minister modi two weeks ago and we talked about this subject and he actually flea said. Would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator. I said
Which college produces the best NFL talent?
"A special edition of N._F._l.. Live on deck today at the N._F._l.. Celebrates one hundred season just six weeks away however we are just five weeks away in college. Football Opens It one hundred fiftieth the anniversary so today welcome N._F._l.. You were combining the two worlds to answer age-old question what college produces the best n._F._l.. Talent however I'm Wendy net sand Hutus here you know what's better to be on this panel our expert notice icy expert telling me when Lewis Minute of her panter on the list not on the House for back the quarterback guru he and his brother in a lot of N._F._l.. Games James A lot and Ryan Clark. You see the L. L._S._U.. They are ills college football. L. Is Jonathan Vilma bike. He will join US shortly. He happened to win a National Championship and Oh by the way a super bowl as well coming up on N._F._l.. Live will break down position by position which college produces the best quarterback Oklahoma has the number one overall pick the last two years we have the top ten plays all the N._F._l.. Superstars when they were in college and answering big question which school produces the best all time N._F._l.. Talent we had to ask the players themselves to kick things off. We're the first pick quarterback Oklahoma Viva say Oklahoma Alabama Clemson because proven it is one atop factory the Ohio state highest in Alabama. 'cause I never lost beat out. You really can't understand it into your inside. Sadness programming is all about the you for N._F._l.. Because of Georgia in every aspect but I think L._S._U.. CRESA environment of gray competition and guys is trying to feed off of IT University of Pittsburgh. You Got Dorset. Dan Marina you got Larry. Fitzgerald was not a me show. It's about having everybody involved in working for the Sandal clumps in would cushman he's been doing. He's making people believe everything is possible for House is the best our stop it. Stop stuff well. Let's start shall we with the most players from each college currently in the N._F._l.. Alabama leads the way with V with sixty five players players followed by Ohio state in second place with fifty eight so we're going to debate these schools I in terms of who is best at producing N._F._l.. Challenge here's a tale of the tape on Alabama at Ohio state success since the two thousand draft folks tools I have had thirty one first round picks the most of any school while the Buckeyes have thirteen more total picks in the last twenty drafts but Bama's players have been slightly more successful in the league producing three more pro bowlers than Ohio St Louis Rick. Let's start with with the crimson tide. They're starting eleven if you will offense and defense current N._F._l.. Talent there's any question that these are both very impressive lineups that if Alabama can roll these teams out there right now now. I think they'd win a few games without a doubt. If you look at the offense aside outside of the ball the first thing that jumps out of these starting eleven are the two wide receivers look Julio. Jones is one of the finest athletes in the N._F._l.. For guardless of position he's in the news right now because he's about to get a new contract extension and he's really one of the he's one of the transcendent players at the position that this game the scene Amari Cooper the same way. When Amari came out of college? I remember doing his tape in thinking point honestly as far as catching one pet and run wide receiver. I hadn't seen one as good as him as him. In a long long time on the defensive side look they have fine players throughout the eleven here really that when you get to the secondary and you guys like Eddie Jackson Landon Collins I mean these guys are disband tastic players on the front dont`a hightower our multiple time superbowl winner. These are great great players right here. Make our way to Columbus shower of the to Ohio state you go to the offense side of the football. Look the first thing that jumps out without a doubt as Ezekiel Elliott because if he's not the best running back in the N._F._l.. He would be considered a top three running back in the N._F._l.. Wide Receiver Michael Thomas Really someone who was unheralded coming out of college. He's a tremendous tremendous. Pro will probably be the highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. In short time then move over to the defensive side of the ball this this is where really this football team really kind of jumps off the board starting up Front Joey Bosa Cam Hayward those are two of the best defense alignment in the N._F._l.. Right now and then when you look down there at the Secondary Malcolm Dyson Dinkins Denzel Ward Marshon Lattimore doesn't let's get much better than that. All right Jonathan Vilma made his way again surly qualified to weigh in on this discussion. Look I mean there's a shortage of talent with either of these squads. It's almost ridiculous factory and a lot of ways both of these institutions but let the debate again a Ryan Clark. You can't pick L._S._U.. Just yet but when you look at this group what stands out L._S._U.'s better than both of these things we're gonNA get to that. We're supposed to be talking outlets. Let's be honest. There's amazing players. Neither one of them have a quarterback right before proven yet though little I mean why don't we always have to see something first before we can get you well Ray Richardson running back right you saw God compare that with you why time gentlemen we're GonNa play Nice Got Ninety minutes ago. You're the Glenn Difference from every other position that we're looking at okay fair enough now back to you Louis. It is a production results oriented industry. Is it not so it is fair to say seeing something. Does one believe they'll be success won't sure but I mean we're we'll see this is kind of like a combination of what they have done in college. What some of these guys have done in the pros in some of it's a little bit of projecting about what they're gonNA continue to do in the pros? That's how I'm going to expand it to that all right so at quarterback quarterback Dwayne Haskins I believe right now. There's no comparison as far as I don't care what A._J.. McCarron did it Alabama cows tape. Those Wayne has close exact Haskins is going to be a fine football player. What's going to happen to him? Really is going to be more predicated on what Washington redskins overall due to him then what he does to himself. I firmly believe that as far as these rousers overall look the wide receiver position Julio Jones Amari Cooper. Julio Jones's the standard if you go and look N._F._l.. For an offices and look in their scouting books books every team has a standard at every position that they put for scouts the suit for as far as whenever when their scouting people polio is going to be on that list for for many many teams he's about as good as it gets so skill positions at Alabama are awesome. The defensive players at Ohio State is what stands out for me as far as their front seven is concerned particularly their defensive line and their secondary Denzel Award Marshon Lattimore. You tell me a team that wouldn't take those two young men right now and startled. Let me ask you a specific question since you spend some time as an analyst watching these players at the collegiate level if you had to choose either of this group Alabama Ohio state who's players really got better or who took a bigger step forward than you anticipated when they got to the N._F._l.. Out To you to dance your last part no neither standout. They're pretty equal because watching these guys watching Jonathan Allen he played okay well Dante. I'll tell you knew who is going to be tremendous player defensive player C._J.. Moseley's same thing and then you go to the other side and you look at Joey Bosa Nick Bosa Darren like Malcolm Jenkins. I play with Malcolm Jenkins in in New Orleans knew he was going to be a study. He's Philistine but what is surprising how fast or House they defense is. I did not realize how fast defensive you think big ten you didn't big Brawley guys not so fast but these guys can move joey. Bosa also can move nick volks in Darren League. We know the Burner Malcolm J. Denzel War March. I mean that is a very very talented athletic fast fast defense. I thought I was going to jump in your rookie. I think that's a great question Wendy about as far as what teams teams have players that have gotten better pros. You look at Ohio state this look at their offense. In particular Michael. Thomas was a good wide receiver to hire Stayton. He's fantastic now. He's GonNa be highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. Andrew Norwell most people wouldn't even know Andrew Norwell well what from Andrew Doorbell he right now just judge Moore Norwell can't open open some N._F._l.. Spectacular and even on the defensive side of the ball. I didn't think Marshon lattimore. I've liked Marshon Lattimore at Ohio state. I didn't love Marcet. He has taken his game to another level as well in the really own Alabama side you know how I feel about Alabama I feel nick and what he does and how he builds his program but really focus on their offense align that was just look okay and think about that question. Wendy Wendy asked how many players have gotten better how many have continued to improve Andre Smith may have his best days at Alabama. Dame's carpenter has really been good pro Brian Kelly the jury still out he could be a he's a good player. He's GonNa play already in Indianapolis D._J.. fluker was he ever ever really that guy that dominant guy no. He hasn't been Cam Robinson. Have you seen story so it's interesting because they're preventing people have been many people who've hit Alabama and said they get the best out of their players at Alabama. Maybe it's good discussion legal where people go by what teams there drafted so we look at Michael Thomas he falls into a place where he needs an accurate passer and he's one of the most accurate passers all the time also about the place you land in ashore and how they develop you ask Josh Rosen he absolutely he knows that all too well. I ten Hasselbeck. The whole point of this is to pick one of our producers here a little bit we talked. I'm going Alabama mainly change quarterbacks. Yeah I think looks great point about the offensive line at Alabama because so many of them when you look at them just in terms of body type you're like Oh my God look at those guys body type wise but like I don't know that some of those guys have come in and be like Oh and they got a whole lot better. We're obviously splitting hairs here on this ongoing Alabama Lewis Sorry Nick. Oh from a hustle change your mind or did you stick the way said one because I don't care if between Haskins hasn't played. I think he's I think he's in the saints. Stratosphere is A._J.. McCarron so I like that I liked it their offense of line one of the things that talked about how they develop those guys on the defense aside but they're fun four plus their secondary this going with them Ryan Clark you have to pick one while I was brought here for one reason in one reason only when the Knicks because everyone knew it my answers it would be and what Tim Hasselbeck has proven is. You don't need a quarterback. That's really he's GonNa be Ohio state in Alabama that don't have quarterbacks guess what we don't need a quarterback back and by the way you don't want our first off was good enough for Bill Belichick your boy to draft him as Tom Brady's heir-apparent draft. We thought they they went to L._S._U.. Because this guy has what they decided to we throwing the ball all around the field Andrew Whitworth he's played a thousand years. There's a Guy Jerry go look at the Neil hundred may has like negative two percent body fat Michael Broncos out. There aren't key. We gotta wait on them but it's are are you at the back of position. That's all we got mad. I gotTa get here all even have to work conviction when you spoke scissors. I'm sorry I just so tim. I love your twenty. Two question your toughness Whoa West I've seen because as you know what fair enough he's at Alabama alum landon dare you wait into the circus that we've created. But what do you have to say about this. Whole debate ain't Ryan got some good good good stuff going on say? I wouldn't question his toughness at all. I don't know why you questioned Ryan toughness. I saw him not got a lot of Alabama's always number one no matter Corolla tyrod. Let me ask you a serious question. You know obviously nick. Sabin is a hall of Famer one of the best ever coach this game but specifically what does he do that has allowed such historic success at the university. 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India's Prime Minister Modi headed for landslide victory: what it means for India
"You, Robin will- India's prime minister Narendra Modi and his party are celebrating today after winning. Landslide victory. Today's news sent India's stock market soaring. And it follows six weeks of voting in the world's largest democracy. Joining us now is the BBC's REI. She's in Delhi divvy Narendra Modi was not on the ballot. But this election was a referendum on his leadership, so far and it seems like a pretty big vote of confidence in him. Indeed. We haven't seen a body comeback to power in India with this kind of mandate. He has overdone him said from the last time the numbers have gone up is still waiting for the final results. But the tally that's coming up is pretty clear and the whole election was fought in his name. Not even in his body's name every candidate in every constituency spoken in bed rallies, about Mr. moldy? So it was very clear to the water that your vote is not for the member of parliament, representing your constituency, but for Narendra Modi and it is to represent the whole country. So help us understand how voters. Did what they did here. Because since Modi has been prime minister there's been a farm crisis. There's been problems with unemployment, and growing religious divides, when Mr. moody has done an extremely successful communication campaign, and he has explained to the people that he is the kind of leader they need, because he can take decisions when they needed the strikes, that will made into Pakistan, right off to a terror attack onto a security forces forty-one security, forces were killed in the state of Cushman just before the elections was shown, as an example of what how countries should respond, especially to Pakistan with a country with whom we've had changed since for a really really long time. And we fought a couple of wars as well, his whole his party's whole attitude towards the Hindu-majority was another strong signal that went out to the public that the Hindu-majority is better off in the governance of Mr. moody, and his body. Not the secular congress party, which. Ruled the country for many decades. And even today when I went out to speak to people to find out how they were reacting to the government's re election, this is exactly what they were looking forward to this ad now, the Hindus will feel that they're not being discriminated. And what about the Muslim minority? Well, the Muslim minority of has seen a lot of, you know, there's been a lot of fear that the Muslim minority has experienced seen it among spears amongst educated, upper class, beatha Rian tracked with. We've also seen it in areas where mob, lynchings have happened people have been lynched for carrying transporting cows because cows are considered sacred in Hindu religion, and even people who are carrying cows of a slaughter, which is legally permitted were targeted. So the has been a sense of feel and a lot of people on Twitter today, for example have been talking about how going forward, the minorities will have to be subservient in a do the majority to live in harmony. But of course, the BJP potty denies all of that, and they say that, if you look at policies when the implement them we do not discriminate on the basis of religion, and that is what matters at the end of the day, where do these results Lee. Leave. Rahul Ghandi's party, the Indian National Congress. Well, it's a huge defeat for him. He just came in address the press a little while back, and he said he humbly accepts it because that is the people's worked, and he was asked about his leadership, and he said, that's something that the party will decide so lots of questions for mister gone to answer. And also, to reinvent because the congress if this is not a wakeup call for it to sort of strategize its messaging. It's the body workers and what it stands full. We don't know when it will be one more thing. What is the relationship between India and the United States like, and what is it likely to be like, with Narendra Modi staying in power? Well, the relationship has been pretty good. And Mr. moody has been credited with the, you know, refurbishing all his relationships across the world. He's seen to be someone who's been very successful with his foreign policy. He's made visits to the. United states. There's a strong community Indian community that that's supports him. And of course between him. And President Trump, of course, there seems to be more points of agreement than disagreement. Both of them have a very nation. I kind of agenda, not to say that the congress party here did not. But Mr. moody has also spoken about stopping immigration into the country. They're talking about bringing a citizenship Bill, which weeds out people who are not citizens and illegally. They've come into the country. So there, lots of common ground. And of course, the Pakistan being a common enemy China, of course being a common trade challenge to deal with. I think going forward, this is going to be probably good for both leaders, whether it's going to be good for both countries. Of course, is a question that icon onto at the
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Tim Cook describes his relationship with Warren Buffett and more in new interview
"Warren Buffett's largest shareholder an apple so this weekend. It's a love fest is the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting CEO Tim cook came to play. But most of that to me was the emphasis on apple as a consumer company. I want you to listen to a Tim cook had to say the CNBC's own Becky quick. We're in the tech industry. But we we we work at that intersection of technology and the liberal arts and the humanities. And so we make products for people in the sort of consumers at the center of what we do. And so I I love the fact that he looks at us like that because we want consumers to look at us like that we believe that technology should be in the background not the foreground the technology should empower people to do things and help them do things. They couldn't do otherwise liberal arts. This Tim cook get it or what that was stunning. You know, me I've argued for ages that Apple's the greatest consumer product company of all time because it has tremendous technology and a sense of what people want from that technology, and it's cutting foil t like, no other product. In addition, there's an ecosystem of cushman's from the watch the airports this service. They're increasingly looking like the future of the company people love this stuff. Which is why apple such. Good customer satisfaction numbers. And those numbers allow you to put evaluation on apple service revenue stream evaluation that makes any China related. We district like nothing more than a speed bump. I am thrilled. The Tim is embracing the consumer product story because that will only allow research firms to change their coverage. Switching apple from
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Pakistan leader criticises Modi of stoking 'war hysteria'
"Imran Khan was praised action quickly to avert conflict with India last month after flareup intentions that followed a terror attack in Cushman, but Pakistan's prime minister says he is worried his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi may be stoking unimpressively to beast, his electro prospects, Stephanie Finley our South Asia correspondent spoke to Mr. Khan and Johnston. I sing discusses the interview with Stephanie and with Amy Kazman our South Asia bureau chief. Chose to India to try and have civilized relationship and resolving all shoes through dialogue. But the response. I got early on. I realized that because of the Indian elections we should not expect anything positive, but we were apprehensive that some incident would happen and Paloma happened. I felt that Mr. Modi's government used that to build this war hysteria. It could have gone anywhere once the jets bombed us, and we want them. So fortunately, it stopped. But I'm still apprehensive before the elections. I feel that the something happen Amy has anger in India over the pharma terror attack in February east off or is Mr Hun right to worry about another flare up during the Indian election period, the Indian missile strike at Bala coach was obviously a very significant event because it ended this long tradition of India's strategic restrain. Paint in the face of pug, sunny provocation and terror attacks believed to emanate from Pakistan in the past no matter what had happened, including the horrific Mumbai terror attacks in which one hundred sixty six people were killed in Porsche five star hotels and a two thousand one tack on the Indian parliament in. None of these cases to India turn to military retaliation, the situation is different now because prime minister Narendra Modi has really tried to adopt a much more muscular stance towards Pakistan. But the thing is that part of the reason that India was able to conduct this missile strike without triggering international. Outrage was because of the previous nearly two decades of serious strategic restraint. So as some commentators said India was kind of spending the political capital that had been accumulated by previous leaders. Now, I do not think given the current situation where I mean, the immediate crisis is over. There was an initial attack Mody said, we're not gonna take this anymore. And we're gonna teach you a lesson. There was a flare up of stability and the shooting down of the plane, but after the handing back of the captured Indian fighter pilot back to India and an immediate de-escalation. It looks to me and to most strategic analysts that the phase of hostilities is over and I don't think India could just all of a sudden out of a blue suddenly strike at Pakistan, again, the international community would react very strongly to that. India actually had support from the international community for doing it. There have been signaling from the United States that they would accept something like this. But that is only because they felt India had behaved so responsibly and with such restraint in the face of past provocations. So I don't think like suddenly out of the blue. We're gonna wake up and find that, you know, motive for some domestic political reasons without any provocation has launched a new attack on puck. Stan, However, I do feel and many fear that if there is some kind of next terror attack in India between now and the end of the election or even after the election that India has set a new threshold, and it will be really compelled and determined kind of react once again with military force, which could then lead to a whole 'nother cycle of esscalation on violence. So spy gunman came into power in August, two thousand eighteen we immediately resolved that you know, we cannot take the stance anymore where you have these armed groups in our country a legacy of the von jihad in the eighties. We cannot afford being blamed for any terrorist activity like Barama like what happened. So we've already cracked. Down on them. We all these dispensing the whole setup in a state. The monopoly of force arms has to be the state. You can't have groups operating here. Because whatever the reasons of creating the groups, and we know the militant groups were created to fight the jihad it makes no sense right now. So it's for our own self interest that we need to get it of the groups Stephanie Mr Hahn was insistent that he has done more than any other recent Pakistani leader to disband militant groups in Pakistan is this convincing. He has made an effort he has closed. A lot of the Madras says the schools he has shut down around two hundred of those. He has also arrested scores of people linked to terrorist groups, and we have seen this before from Pakistan. So the question is whether or not he'll be able to keep up the momentum. That is what everybody is watching and one. During about because in the past we've seen similar crackdowns only to scale back once the international pressure is off something that is encouraging though is that Pakistan is working to meet the condition set by the financial action task force which works to control and stop financing to terrorists. And this is something that is new for Pakistan, and it's designed to target financial flows to terrorist groups, and they were put on the grey list and in order to get off the grey list. They have to meet certain conditions, and they have made changes. However in a recent review fat of said, look, you're not doing enough. You know, the legislation may be there, but the action on the ground or an essence the enforcement of these new policies is not being done enough. So Pakistan wants to get off the grey list. They really want to bring investment in. In their economy is in dire straits. So hopefully, this provides enough pressure to see some reform in an area that has been a big issue the link this is a moment, but the dash mobile that India, the boy who blew himself up nineteen year old boy was a Kashmiri Indian boy, and he is better and said how he was radicalize. Some abuse by the security force. So it was it was an Indian boy Indian operation Indian car and then explosive why was Pakistan blamed Michigan says he doesn't have enough evidence to arrest Masud as head of the Pakistan based Jesse Mohammed. Does he have a point when he says the Paloma attack was planned and carried out in India itself, the Pam attack happened in Indian administered? Kashmir, the attacker is believed to be a local man, but the responsibility for the attack was claimed by j Muhammad which is a group operating in Pakistan, India handed over a dossier on Jewish Muhammad leader Masuda czar, prime minister controlled me, in our interview that he had the dossier, but still there was not enough evidence to bring the leader to court and in the absence of that he was doing all he could to crack down on terrorism in Pakistan and. He redirected blame to India and the security situation in Kashmir it's been
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