20 Burst results for "Dan schulman"

"dan schulman" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Goal and we've got to get that done. Yeah i mean it sounds like you think of this as a win win but it also sounds like you're willing to maybe think about your employees. I and solitaire shareholders later. Well actually do believe that. And i think that the idea of a multistakeholder capitalism that is a time for today we cannot just think that we have one stakeholder that we need to satisfy we live in our communities we live in this world have people struggling day in and day out is not good for any company and we can only do x. amount but we can actually created financial for our employees and we should net disposable income. I think it's a new wave. You know how net promoter scores also known as m p s became all the rage. Now after almost every service you receive from companies. You get asked. Would you recommend this service to a friend. my dermatologist. Even asks me this. Well i think. Andy i may be the next critically important metric for organizations. Here's why my colleague joel. Bruckner and other scholars work has shown that the process such as how company determines pay is as important as the outcome. How much money is employees receive and when leaders get the process right meaning you make it fair and transparent and you base it in genuine care for your people. Employees are more likely to go above and beyond like doing extra work voluntarily. The process companies typically used to set pay involves checking industry standards and competitors salaries dead picking a number the process that led pay pal two n d. I involved actually asking employees how they were doing and what they needed. Which is a pretty direct way to show your staff that you actually see them as real people and that you actually want them to be financially healthy which makes employee start to care more to and their behavior show it all this carrying can leave the firm better off. But let's take the idea of indiana one step further. Yes dan shulman. Highlights we need to raise the payback more for everybody however we may need to raise the payback more for certain people throughout my adult life. I've had dear friends experienced tremendous stress from both needing to support themselves financially and also their parents and extended families who've had the added expense of adopting kids a family members friends who paid their mortgage for several years friends who send money regularly to their families in the us and abroad friends who pay the school fees of their nieces and nephews. I've had mba. Students should the struggle of choosing the job they liked least but that paid the most because it was the only way for them to make ends meet. Students who under small stipends needed to borrow money from faculty members because the stipend wasn't enough for them to pay the rent on time have enough food to eat and support their extended families and we wonder why some students drop out of the program. And might i add that if in your mind you jump to the conclusion that these are all black friends due to my race in the immediate stereotypes. We have about who is the struggles. I'll let you know that these are friends of different ethnicities black. Lat next you name it and different nationalities from american to european to southeast asian. Two african one commonality is that their families were all low and socioeconomic status another commonality. Is they had the same pedigree. Education of others in their work cohort the same workload and similar pay but they had greater financial need often due to systemic forces. So yes. Indiana is a huge step in the right direction but allow me to make a suggestion that might sound radical. But it shouldn't when you said about following dan's advice and actually ask employees about their financial health. Try asking them about non obvious expenses. They may be carrying expenses that might make a market salary inadequate for them and consider paying them enough to make sure that you're not just hitting an average living wage but you're actually paying enough for this particular employees to live on in fact you can make this an official process since we know a fair process is as important as its outcome and without revealing anyone's personal details make the process transparent so that everyone understands the standard. You're using and the care you're taking but what if you can't afford to bump up employee salaries you can actually look for other ways to make employees feel care for and reduce their expenses lake improved healthcare benefits flexible hours to adjust for childcare. Crunches or paid family leave. Dan also tried these kinds of approaches. It pay pal by adjusting benefits and increasing the company's contribution. My hope is that hearing about these approaches will help you or your employer asking new questions about what good pay really needs is the market rate. Really the right. Yardstick for financial wellness is the same paycheck. Really the same for different people. And if i really truly want my employees to be financially healthy how can i know for sure that my pay scale of them that the answer as pay pal found out might just be to ask them. Thanks so much for tuning in if you want to listen to the full interview with corey dan. You can find it on the ted interview. Podcasts ted business is hosted by me. Madrid nola greece. Rubinstein is our producer. The show is edited by shinozaki and mixed by. Dan deserve special. Thanks to colin helms. Michelle quint angela. Chang corey hey jim and a feeling talk to you again next week..

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"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"We need to go out and sequester that two hundred. GIG At tons of carbon that has been really put out the atmosphere by all of us over the last several decades. That's the best thing that we can do for environment were so excited about that because Jim, the is a key stakeholder. Mart today. Jeremy Siegel my love. It was great to my late Dad there in the same building he was saying. You may not even know what salesforce does. Now I know because every time I have a hard GB at a thirty percent lift in our business, which is not bad. Thirty percent is hard to get. But. Maybe you can tell people say for instance, a copy every att watching doing. Jim Thank you for letting me talk about our customers. You know I love them and I love working with our customers and the at and T. I worked. So closely with their CEO wireless products, which is Jeff Mac L. Fresh Jeff is just a brilliant visionary. Idea that we are pursuing that I think will impact the whole communications. Industry. Jim, it is that when you show up at any at and T. customer touch that is their stores, their call centers their APPS if you go and get an email message from them if a service technician shows up at your home, regardless of the customer touch point at and T. will know who you are. They will have a single source of truth and the big news. This quarter Jim, is we signed that deal. As you know in February of this year February twenty twenty, we have already delivered the first thirty, five thousand users now to. Deploy this quarter just six months later because Jim one of the keys to being successful in this pandemic for every company including eighteen t including salesforce is speed and we have radically accelerated the speed of our deployments and we're working really hard to make sure that our customers get what they need as fast as we can possibly deliver it to them including this tremendous deployment now at and T. Hundreds of stores thirty, five, thousand users already deployed. Incredible. Okay. So we want I want to go back just one moment i WanNa talk more about about charity frankly but. We did have pay pal on this week Dan, Schulman talked about speed and you're working with him now. Well, you know I love Dan Schulman I looked. Up I looked pay pal but Dan also, he has a tremendous opportunity to be more connected to his.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Sports On Pause

Sports On Pause

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Sports On Pause

"You know. I'll be able to speak to this much better at the end of the baseball season, but you know doing games from the studio is not like doing games from the arena whether it's baseball or basketball, or whatever it is so the other thing that could change that again and I'm sure you guys have talked about this that to me would not be a good trend is right now the teams they're really setting the tone in terms of media access. Here's the zoom with the team manager at four o'clock. That's what it is, and and I when all is said and done that we can, still as you talked about before Donovan I can still go up to the cage during batting practice and say to a player who I've got a good long relationship with. Hey, tell me what's going on. Give me the vibe here and the other issues this year. We can't develop those relationships with new players I've never met them and you get. Get to know guys when you don't have a microphone in your hand, and you don't have a notebook in your hand when it's just two guys talking to people talking and you're getting to know them and get a comfort zone and he. He trusts you in that sort of thing, so I worry a little bit about the access. Because as you said, it gets back to storytelling and I hope that's something that's kept in mind that the access isn't restricted too much going for it. Well one thing that will feel normal. We'll be hearing. Dan Schulman's voice on bluejays baseball whether he is doing that from a studio are on site somewhere Dan. We wish you the best of luck. In these unprecedented water scan one of the most interesting broadcasting assignments you've ever had. All of us will be listening.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"And passionate employees also expected want. That's where they want to work it all starts there. If you don't have the most talented people that you can possibly recruit and keep in, keep inspired, then you can never aspire to move from being a good company to a great company. I think that is foundational. That's Dan Schulman. CEO of pay pal in recent weeks, some big brands have announced new financial commitments to racial equity and justice in the wake of George Floyd's killing, and the ensuing protests apple for example committed one hundred million dollars, so did comcast, but few have matched the scale of Dan's effort at paypal. Half a billion dollars in support of black and minority owned businesses. I'm Bob Sathian former editor fast company founder of the Flex Group and host of masters of scale, rapid response I wanted to talk to Dan to learn how pay pals. Initiative took shape and why he decided this moment demanded this sort of response. Pay Pal is one of those lucky businesses that happens to be thriving in the great lockdown. The demand for digital payments Dan says has accelerated three to five years. He's doing all he can to grab hold of that opportunity. But he's also trying to take advantage of this time of crisis to address what he calls deep seated, and long ignored issues about the racial wealth gap. Business leaders, he says have a moral obligation.

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How PayPal is trying to fight systemic racism

The 3:59

02:14 min | 1 year ago

How PayPal is trying to fight systemic racism

"Joining me now is Dan Schulman the CEO of pay pal. Dan Thanks for joining me. Thanks Pin pleasure to be here with you. This is not the first time pay. Pal has stood up for minorities in twenty sixteen. The company canceled its plans to build a four hundred office in north. Carolina after the state passed an anti transgender law in twenty eighteen, the company band conspiracy theory site infowars. It followed up by banning the Social Gab for hosting antisemitic posts so. Papal does payments it moves around money. Okay, so why get involved in these political issues I read that you got death threats after North Carolina, so my first question is. Is this backlash worth it well? My mom asked me the same question. Ben After I got all of those death, threats and You know what I told her and what we talk about inside the company is that. You, know values. Are. Fundamental to how somebody defines themselves accompanied company defines themselves. In so. You have to act on your values that you can't just be words on a wall. Otherwise just propaganda. You have to live them. You have to act now. And you have to demonstrate them. visibly and that's what we've done. Consistently I think. The Internet can be a somewhat lawless glades, and I think as a platform that moves. You know billion plus transactions every single month. We. Need to assure that those transactions live up to our acceptable use policy in that is we don't tolerate. Hatred of violence or any kind of racial intolerance on our platform, we tried to to stand up for that We try to stand up for our number one value as a company which is inclusion So that's something that we will consistently do a never stopped to

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"dan schulman" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on The TED Interview

"A smartphone you then are able to manage a move money in ways that we couldn't do traditionally in the physical world. If you get a check you need to then go to cash checking place to cash it. You've stand in line for thirty minutes. They then charge you anywhere between two and five percent to just change the format of currency from a check to cash. And then you have cash and you want to pay a bill you need to stand in line again at a bill pay and then you have to pay maybe ten dollars for an individual bill as fee if you do that via a smartphone. I believe that not only. Do you save a tremendous amount of time because if you're outside the financial system managing and moving money is practically a part time job to and do that so not only do you save time and return to individuals but you can cut the cost of transactions by anywhere between fifty seventy five percent and remember that hundred and forty billion dollar number that i gave you imagine and that's just in the us. Imagine if you could cut that in half and return that to the population was populations that need it most. So i think there's tremendous promise in the use of technology to help provide both inclusion. Make sure there aren't digital haves and have nots but also to start on this journey towards financial health. He i mean. I think a lot of people don't realize that you don't need a bank account or even a credit card to open a pay pal account i mean. Do you see at time where traditional banks don't exist or at least play a much smaller role in the financial services industry. I think the entire financial services industry is evolving right now and so i think banks will always play a role or as far into the future as as i can see but it will evolve. I mean think about basic credit cards Today you think about a credit card and you think about it predominantly has a form factor. Something that we pull out of your pocket sometimes their status associated with what you're pulling out of your pocket depending on the color of that credit card But really i think that was form factors start to go away and become indebted in digital wallet so credit will always be an important element most people in the world. It isn't that they're cash. Outlays exceed their cash intake evenly distributed. So there are times where your cash outflows exceed your.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on The TED Interview

"Hello i'm chris anderson. Welcome to the ted interview. Where continuing to explore how we can emerge from the current pandemic and rebuild a better world than the one we had before today. We do that in the realm of finance with pay pal. Ceo dan schulman. Now when mr caputo..

"dan schulman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Bottom six here in Cleveland the Indians leaving the astro sixty four with Chris singleton AT I'm Dan Schulman we have a new picture now for Houston right hander Collenette make huge has come out of the bullpen three and five of the five nineteen ERA in twenty three appearances a guy who's you mentioned earlier singing his will started and relieve this year yeah he's one of your favorite site you know rich hill calling the queue yes it's that you get there is a real really laid back and easy going guy back we saw on a day when we're coming in off the field and it's just same guy no easy easy easy to talk to real smart he's got a great podcast as well yeah food was talking about it and this is mark I'm very thoughtful type of guy but he's been affected guy this is one of those pictures damn it I I feel like having been in this organization for him has been really helpful in terms of lengthening history pre options that's why looking forward and said she has become an astro and seen what it does for him news report of her ratios bunch takes a curve ball infers strike going one because I would say no I'm I'm looking and thank you to you obviously see Aaron Sanchez are a lot more up close but I've always liked him and I think he's got a pretty good ceiling and he's still in that space where you know he has it maxed out yet you still young the on a breaking ball driven fifty right center field and this one is is with his second home game to make its seven four he likes that right center field gap that's for sure second one in that area tonight number eighteen on the season that number eighty eight or the Indians lineup tonight providing a lot of punch he got a middle middle breaking ball there for me if you write down the heart of the play yeah we see this got a hearty didn't have much break two eight not much deception at all in tattooed by Roberto Perez not just put the figure down and I try to guide these pictures to the game but helping out offensively big time his first career multi home run game is Tyler neck with over to any lines going up the middle but.

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As Payments Go Social With Venmo, They're Changing Personal Relationships

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 2 years ago

As Payments Go Social With Venmo, They're Changing Personal Relationships

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. We've been looking at what's beyond cash crypto currency digital payments and more in this month's Altech considering. Today. There are more mobile payment apps than ever Zell Apple Pay square cash, but just one doubles as a social network NPR's. Danielle Czeslaw explains how VIN MO has changed relationships when copywriter Kelly Johnson moved to Los Angeles. She didn't tell her parents she'd be living with her boyfriend Johnson grew up in Bakersfield a couple hours drive north very conservative, very religious, my parents as well in LA. She pays the rent and her boyfriend chips in his half on ven mo- when he did it. He put it in the memo line the month, plus like the little house emoji. And that's how my mom saw her. Mom, uses Motoo Johnson was busted I shared that story with Richard krone a payments expert. That reinforces our findings the number one use case is paying rent. He estimates about thirty nine million people use then MO which is owned by PayPal. The company didn't confirm. Here's how it works. You use motive pay request money from other people on the app. It's usually linked to your Bank account every transaction has a memo line, and there are emoji for things you pay for like pizza or wine or rent, but these memos and emojis are public by default. So you can see how your friends spend money, and what they're asking others to pay for krone says that visibility can be a perk. You wanna pay it socially? So everybody knows that you're not a deadbeat and you've met your obligation pay pal. Ceo, Dan, Schulman's has been mo- is the app for generation that grew up on social media. And he says the public feed is the essence of the app here. He is on CNBC. It's really social experience. Like, you do a payment you tag it? You put it emoji next to it. And you share it with. Your friends nineteen billion dollars changed hands over the app just between October and December of last year. That's up eighty percent from the previous year. Not everyone knows others are seeing their payments. The Federal Trade Commission last year demanded that Venema make it clear to customers that these transactions are public. Then MO says, it never posts the amount of the transaction and anyone can make their payments, private private or not the app has made it easy to give cash instantly. We heard from a woman in Baltimore. She picked up a three hundred fifty dollars grocery Bill for a friend who forgot her wallet. But then mode the money immediately. A man in San Francisco told us he then MOS birthday money to his friends for round of drinks. But others notice when it's so easy to split a Bill, it becomes an expectation of definitely less generous. When I go out with my friends. Matthew, Masud studies aerospace engineering at the university of Cincinnati. He says via Skype that he went out to dinner at a restaurant that wouldn't split the check. So he just paid for. For everyone. And then he sent out Venema requests. One of my friends ordered pasta dish, I believe and that one was like thirteen dollars before van MO Masud said he would have just taken care of the whole Bill and next time someone else would if Ben mo- has changed Masud's habits. It doesn't seem to have changed. Kelly johnson. Even after her mom discovered. The live in boyfriend Johnson says she didn't change her privacy settings. No. Are you kidding? I have nothing to hide. Danielle Chaz low NPR news, Washington.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That right. Let's up the phones don't crap out when you're talking to Tibbs is until. He him and Nick have identical laughs. Same show today. It is a yesteryear Friday and Selvi because we have Tom Theban, Dan Schulman, Dan, please sack Nick free down and marching band and some Florida or Ohio total throwback in showman. Like, you said Karm, not only is he doing Duke Virginia. He did the last two game as well. And we'll talk to them about free agency is baseball free agency broke is Machado. Go into the White Sox. See surprise the cubs. Didn't make a play for Harper mean there's a lot of baseball. So what changes he wants to see it and whether or not as a broadcaster he looks at the game differently than good question. And ask them some football. Like, you say, hey, are you are you for a new overtime or though like the old overtime? Okay. Based on our interaction with him in spring training several years ago, he doesn't really like us to begin with grow. It's essential. Fantastic and invade good experiences with them. Yeah. When when we we use we shared a booth with three all star game. And so I thought we were buddies and we've had them on. And then we did spring training about five years ago four years ago. What happened in a hotel? I walked in. I met Llano tally. We were in. We were having breakfast. It was mean Meller in Sylvie. And then in showman crew, Dan. He's like,.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"I'm walking to the game with my wife, and Dan Schulman in this one big dude who flipped me off one hundred times and was screaming at me in the previous game. I did start yelling, you know, really bad things at me. You know, it's amazing. Couldn't remember if the guy was flipping you off the P was. He was. Out of shape, dude with a long hair and a beard, and he was turned around. I o same guy. I think talkies better and it goes back, then we'll finish up on better. Because it's they're they're better because they have a tighter rotation guys are playing with one foot in one foot out. He's letting PJ through his mistakes. I think is a really good thing. Nick Richards is coming along a little bit your guy. Didn't do much in that game a little bit. I mean. Spots. But I I think that you know, he's got a guy that disrupts the game on the ball in Hagen's disrupted again before but he was a risk taken. Now, he's keeping it in front using his quick ends to guard, which I think is important and the ball's moving I think the balls really Kentucky's got the ball moving right now. Last thing sat me you. You said it, and we mentioned him earlier quality grain leaving. Well, okay. He left and good for him or bad for him, depending on how it goes. But that's not bad for Kentucky. Because you said it's shortening the shortening the rotation. And I really thought this. I I really thought that the team played off Hagen's is confidence. He was so confident now he doesn't look over his shoulder. I think it's really good. Yeah. I think they're gonna be good. Well, d- square. Good way to start the the the year. Again, our thoughts to Kyle transfat family. And you know, that guy's gonna be with us for a long time. There's no doubt about it. Wherever you may. I just say so today. Well, I ever stop you for days star. I'm getting ripped like I've decided for the new year, I'm doing ultimate tough mutters. So I'm starting today a stretching working out program that I'm going to be ripped like rent with coal sculpting or without. I did cool school. So that the love handles, it'd be gone that way. But it starts getting a trainer, and I am doing tough waters. Yeah. What then maybe the next time we play golf, and you won't have to walk into the ocean. Because you'll be ripped and you one against you the sun. Son once on the court once on the course, and then you got me I had to.

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MLB -- In the end, Los Angeles Dodgers' talent trumps Milwaukee Brewers' moves

SportsCenter All Night

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

MLB -- In the end, Los Angeles Dodgers' talent trumps Milwaukee Brewers' moves

"Come from the ball. Ted at the Los Angeles Dodgers have repeated as champions of the National League, and they are headed to Boston to take on the Red Sox in the World Series. Bible in the final game seven Dan Schulman, the call Saturday night from Miller park in Milwaukee here on ESPN radio Christian yelich, home run in the first for Milwaukee. L A pitching shutting down the brewers offense. The rest of the way dodgers pen areas. Manson Janssen Kershaw. Let me just one hit to go along with seven strikeouts. Over the final four and a third innings for more on the dodgers game seven victory. We hear from Dan Shulman. Chris singleton who had the call here on ESPN radio games

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Got. Different kind of move from Oni picks off ER. Dan Schulman with that call. Thomas first major league start, seven innings one head in Joshua. I'm just wondering among the pitcher highlights that you love the most. Those pitcher montage we've established. That might be number one. How about the old pickoff? Nothing makes for great podcast. Audio kickoff who got them. All kidding. Aside. How about that? Pickoff move repick off move. Yeah. As you could tell by Schulman's exclamation there, that was one of the best pickoffs anybody's ever seeing. Wow, see, I don't think you're giving enough credit, but whatever we'll move on. Devin. Travis had a good day to pitch swim on in high. The air left field calls up. That's how you take care of the no for eighteen a three run Homer for seven Travis that from sports net five ninety, the fans run a wins. It's game over Baltimore six and nothing. The White Sox and the twins, Chicago winning seven, three with help from Adam angle manliness angle. The two, again, deep drive left field going back to left field into the wall. Lines out of here. The BNB signed in the bullpen. Darren, Jackson on WGN Carlos Don improved a four. No, since the beginning of July with six innings of three hit to run ball, the brewers and the reds, Christian yelich got the brewers going in the bottom of the first. Hill, the crew, the lead. On his twenty year June tie career-high Josh. What shut yelich yes. And what a call from Robert m. f. euchre six, twenty. WTMJ Milwaukee shuts out the reds, forty, nothing Freddie Peralta Seventy-three it. Seven strikeouts reports emerged. The end of the day that ender mccutchen is I mentioned before it cleared waivers, but Matt, Harvey, Billy Hamilton of the reds have both in claimed on waivers will probably find more about found out more about that later today. Thanks for listening to baseball tonight scoreboard be sure to check out the baseball tonight. Podcast. Keith law will join me. Discuss the scuffling dodgers whether or not they're dead and Sarah swing through another numbers game. Chelsea Jane's joins us to try to explain the nationals curious strategy. Thanks for listening. Have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight. Scoreboard and be sure to download all podcasts including the baseball tonight. Podcast. ESPN dot com slash pod center. The baseball tonight scoreboard.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Topfive holding dr alibaba johnson and johnson's pepsi home depot and amgen in my diversified sigler this boy home depot hey big weekend for guarding right so we got retail we've got chinese retail all right we got change which is one of the great companies in world else course through the great job that dividend like pepsico is the analog that's the that's the food jj am an absolute fantastic biotech company which has a really good migraine drug on the market right now we had drug we have biotech and drug no oh sorry amd jan we're gonna technology will verse cation dust show peps go so we got we had industrial retail we got chinese veto we're going to say that's different and we have a drug company and that's best do i'm sorry him i really like you do not take it personally let's go to joe in ohio joe you're jim taking my call not a problem longtime listener i just wish i'd been listening back and await no nine and i'm pretty sure my portfolio would be worth about double what we what should it coulda let's go to absolutely right i've got the pay pal boeing dominion big d and analii and l y am i diversified okay really interesting here we'll get to get rid of the i don't like this humor biosimilar that's coming out i wanted to get rid puts putting jj we just covered that okay analii i don't know what they own i'd rather see in the morning if i wanna financial boeing aerospace fantastic mobile doing an amazing job dominion we liked him very very much pay dan schulman best in show stock breaking adder so i got i got fan i got ero i got you i give you a drug sock and i'm giving p morgan and that's the kind of we need just so.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Topfive holding dr alibaba johnson and johnson's pepsi home depot and amgen in my diversified sigler this boy home depot hey big weekend for guarding right so we got retail we've got chinese retail all right we got change which is one of the great companies in world else course through the great job that dividend like pepsico is the analog that's the that's the food jj am an absolute fantastic biotech company which has a really good migraine drug on the market right now we had drug we have biotech and drug no oh sorry amd jan we're gonna technology will verse cation dust show peps go so we got we had industrial retail we got chinese veto we're going to say that's different and we have a drug company and that's best do i'm sorry him i really like you do not take it personally let's go to joe in ohio joe you're jim taking my call not a problem longtime listener i just wish i'd been listening back and await no nine and i'm pretty sure my portfolio would be worth about double what we what should it coulda let's go to absolutely right i've got the pay pal boeing dominion big d and analii and l y am i diversified okay really interesting here we'll get to get rid of the i don't like this humor biosimilar that's coming out i wanted to get rid puts putting jj we just covered that okay analii i don't know what they own i'd rather see in the morning if i wanna financial boeing aerospace fantastic mobile doing an amazing job dominion we liked him very very much pay dan schulman best in show stock breaking adder so i got i got fan i got ero i got you i give you a drug sock and i'm giving p morgan and that's the kind of we need just so.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Good if anyone has my social security number can you just email me 'cause you probably have my emails well at this point just the more the more days have in the more personal invite is the more nonchalant nail having lost like it's chilling your stress the point is i think that that we kind of have will kind of picked up on different bits here but the fact is it was gender social security numbers pictures of id pictures of passports phone number and email addresses now individually each of those pieces information is not very much use but if you are one of those very clever people those hanging around on the well i'm sure you can gather all those bit from formation and to me one of the scariest thing is photo id that's out there so we think about all these new on boarding processes that rely on taking a photograph of your government idea kment if those are out there that's like i seem everybody has my email addresses point it's just an assumption i make but a photograph of my passport but a very different question prepare sellable these newfangled on boarding process a huge retailer of kyc's solution so these documents probably things that have been fed into those very very little so they are literally the optimal training set for building stuff to cheat it's terrifying that's terrifying machine learning our only hope an excellent road on say the the next door this afternoon is from the street it was fintech inside news again by our friend emeka the headline is that they will be according to papacy oh dan schulman no more credit cards in twenty years so his perspective on this is that digital platforms like paypal and then becoming far more popular as they do so traditional payment methods like credit cards are being replaced by digital turnips twenty years from now there'll be no more credit cards really shulman said why have them when you can have a qr code or an nco tablet many reasons in that time he said everyone will have a smartphone and ebbing consumers to have full connectivity at a very low price nina you had some forts on this one.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Fast track mates pay pal president and ceo dan schulman doing an interview he was doing the interview about what he looks for when he's hiring quote i want to see the eu failed somewhere and then i want to see what you are made of and how you came back from that and quote steve what do you consider to be your biggest career failure and did you learn anything from it well a two one was when i was working over at fox and kevin kylie was the lead host and i was filling in for somebody and kylie did something related to prostitutes at the at the super bowl yeah he would right on a prostitute in interviewed her and asked her if was getting better rates during seeing in an actually went in a way more graphic details that was in and i probably should have gotten up and walked out of the studio at that point i didn't uh i ended up getting fired along with kevin kylie but i bounce back almost immediately in fact craig kitchen who is running premier radio who is the boss boss their abc's the greatest two weeks later hired me to do to fill in for a week on the ark bell show uh so i bounceback back from that i bounceback back from new york would which i consider to be a kind of a my waterloo when i went to new york city and did mornings wnew new york came back balance back and and have now what an eleven year runner however the how long we've been here a really long time so those are probably my two greatest failures professionally i've had lots of relationship failures more and more targeted towards if like professional stuff like if you're going for a job.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"See why his you could say to say that let's say that european in effect uh cbs more cb radio networks uh yesterday it was talking about something that really has been i've run it up a few times that we ever really hit it a lot in that is that starting pitchers aren't what they used to be i remember i told you guys existed in the game one i believe was where i was driving home dan schulman's mentioned that now there since he was on our show yesterday that is a hey kids believe it or not there used to be a timer god's would throw eight nine innings they widow complete games they would you know whatever they needed to do go past one hundred pitches he said believe it or not the kind of was being you know tongueincheek but john lester feels the same way he said i hate it absolutely hated you pay your starting pitchers to be starting pitchers you pay your studs to be studied i remember growing up in watching these big games guys i roger clemens greg maddux john smoltz here's the ball you guys go get it we're gonna live or die with you obviously if they're falters early need to make a decision as different but if they're they've their crews and let them keep doing thing who's oliver clinker shaw where he was gone and they pulled him in after the seven he's like gila still had something in me i still want to continue and i said that you get you can say these of your robbed the something historic even more than what it was because this was going to happen this is what baseball is this with dave roberts does and this with other pitcher to dave roberts as much as he's pool to starters he was only the sixth fastest means as five of the people who are pulling starters faster than him yeah so are you with lesser in this in that look this is your aces your horse let them do is staying or going with the analytics in the numbers in the in the managing of the the the arms of the pitch count i'm with both.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"For lender rhubarb come out with a win in this one but now after the excitement and the way the game was one how do you think that is going to affect the psyche of both clubs moving forward into in game three i think the psyche the dodgers are going to be fine idled fake invade obviously rather be up two games did i don't get me wrong but i don't think this was a blow to their confidence would argued over one thing that happened to them that hadn't happened is the bullpen got here twenty consecutive scoreless innings going into the i guess the eighth inning last night uh moral gave up a double cancer gave up a base it for a single that scored ron morals rotted but that he give up the whole rather barbeque absolves that obviously what happened to uh to fields and mccarthy later oughta significant so uh i mean that's something different of that something they'll have to bounce back crumble i don't think it's a blow to their psyche at all the way that it happen i think hugh still owed needed this what i mean you can come down to old what a series but two couple of 1214 later pitch where we only give up to yet biggest both happen to be overrun said and i expect he'll be great in game six said i expect there will be game 6 i don't think either team with three in a row here in houston so but will what houston yet because their offense has been so hot and cold in the postseason for them to start hearing home runs for them to come back against the bullpen for them to take the lead lucilita then take it again i think last i was critical for the psyche the houston astros dan schulman's espn mob analysts our guest in houston i'm glad you mention home runs i want to talk about that for a.

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"dan schulman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"dan schulman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Uh well i one of my on my old son is a big soccer player we went to barcelona um this winter and got the nfc barcelona and we're walk in just one morning our walk in the streets in barcelona in somebody came up to the in and mentioned it to me so by first time overseas really uh someone someone recognizing me for that and spanish dudes simonova john stocks it was there as a member of the ninety two barcelona no would rhetoric that's because john stockton doesn't have a moment like erin boone had two thousand three one and not the other people are like who is this guy it's the mood land air and you mentioned the top your big usc guy obviously uh what are your thoughts on the upcoming season and what do you expect from clay hell did the trojans um i expect big things i think they're really towel thin as long as they hold up from a injury standpoint and adept standpoint in the trenches i think they have a chance to be great i will be at practice tomorrow their first practice so i'm i'm a i'm looking forward to checking them out first day that's excellent that's hard course praxis we carry the james none of us are doing folks burned do you do booed we can sit in a baseball this weekend uh giants at dodgers along with dan schulman's just commandos and buster only takes much komen ali appreciate it.

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