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3 Chicago cops shot outside police station during arrest, suspect also hit, authorities say
"Chicago police officers are being treated three of them for gunshot wounds while they were arresting a man outside a police station on the northwest side. More now from W. BB M's My Krauser Police Superintendent David Brown says the officers were taking a violent suspect into custody outside the police station after spotting a car from a Carjacking incident that occurred downtown last month. During the arrest process, the offender was able to fire multiple shots at arresting officers off your number one Has a gunshot wound to the chin. He was shot in his vest. Officer Number two has a gunshot wound to his best it did not penetrate. Three had a gunshot wound to the hip officers shot the suspect multiple times. The superintendent would not say whether he was armed or whether he took one of the officers, guns. The other two officers who were hospitalized. We're having chest pains and were taken to be checked out.
3 Chicago police officers, suspect shot on NW Side during arrest; 2 other officers injured
"Officers were shot this morning outside the Grand Central Police Station on Grand Avenue as police transported a Carjacking suspect there. Superintendent David Brown spoke outside Illinois Masonic Hospital. Or some of the officers are being treated for a number one. Has a gunshot wound to the chin. He was shot in his vest. He's currently being treated. Here. Officer number two As a gunshot wound to his best it did not penetrate. He's being treated at Loyola Hospital officer Number one has had have breeding to put in the doctor there say they were working to stabilize him. As of about 45 minutes ago, another officer was shot in the hip to other officers suffered chest pains. The suspect also
"david brown" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate
Chicago police launch citywide teams to combat crime
"Are deploying to new citywide teams designed to strengthen community relationships and combat violent crime. The community safety team will operate mostly on the South and West sides. Besides responding to crime hot spots. The CST will also work with community based organizations, faith leaders and residents to address the violence. Here's police Superintendent David Brown they are serving These neighborhoods serving It's not about deployments only rather, this is a first of its kind approach designed for office to get to know people. The second team, called the Critical Incident Response team is responsible for ensuring the safety of residents and visitors at special events like marches and demonstrations to new units are part of CPS comprehensive reorganization that began earlier this year. A
Pasture-Raised Egg Producer Vital Farms To Take a Crack at Wall Street
"From wonder I'm David Brown and this business worse daily on this Thursday. July sixteenth. Now. Here's a question I bet you've never thought about are happy. Chickens wealthier than unhappy ones or to put it another way. Our Hens with freedom to roam likely to produce greater profits than chickens stuck in cages. One Company says yes, vital farms, one of the country's largest producers of pasture-raised eggs. His filed plans to go public. The stock market is hardly bubbling over with egg producers, which is one reason why vital farms pending IPO stands out also curious what the IPO says about consumers growing interest in purchasing products, especially food from environmentally and socially responsible businesses. Vital Farms is a certified B. Corp that means it's passed rigorous tests of its social environmental and human rights practices, according to Be Labs, the nonprofit that awards B. Corp Certification only about twenty five hundred companies have achieved be court status most are small, and privately held the largest publicly traded be. Corp To date is yogurt maker Danone North America other large, publicly held be corpse, include crafting platform Oetzi and Brazilian beauty products. Business called Notre compared to the multibillion dollar Dan. Own vital farms is tiny. By the husband and wife team of Matt O'hare Catherine Stewart on twenty seven acres in two thousand seven today, vital farm sells eggs to whole foods, sprouts, kroger, and target, or with the last five years, the desire for cage free inhumanely raised eggs, has as evidenced by
Chicago shootings: 64 shot, 11 fatally in weekend violence
"Another weekend of gun violence in Chicago, with dozens of people shot, including Children. Police Superintendent David Brown at a news briefing this morning was six PM Friday through 11 59 Sunday. There were 50 shooting incidents. 64 shooting victims. 11 murders. Of those 50 for shooting victims, six were juvenile, He says. Police made 62 violent violent crime crime arrests arrests and and pulled pulled nearly nearly 100 100 illegal illegal guns guns off off the the street street over over the the last last week. week. But But the the city city can't can't police police itself itself out out of of the the gun gun violence violence problem, problem, he he tells tells reporters. reporters. He He says says the the biggest biggest employer of young people on Chicago's Westside is the open drug market.
As crime heats up in Chicago, CPD’s David Brown turns to community policing
"First time Chicago police officers in the summer Mobile Patrol will participate in community service projects across the city. In an effort to create a partnership between residents and Chicago police officers in the summer Mobile Patrol will be taking part in community policing initiatives. Police Superintendent David Brown spoken Woodlawn, saying. They're mainly focusing on the city's south and West sides. This is Ann. All hands on deck approach to playing up the neighborhood. There's something I think has been forgotten, but would long way see you through cleanup projects, food drives and prayer circles. CPD hopes to reduce violent crime at the source every bit of Flint. That you put in place a valuable role reducing violence by the end of this month, 200 officers will be participating once a week. But Brown says the goal is to have them out every day. Rachel Pearson NewsRadio one or 5.9 of Milwaukee
Chicago police superintendent discusses CPD plans for July 4 weekend
"Police Superintendent David Brown was talking Friday about what CPD is going to be doing during the holiday weekend. Tamp down the violence officers will seize More guns and take down criminal networks. CPD will serve the community showing humility. Our humanity and respect.
Chicago police superintendent discusses plans to stop gun violence in Englewood
"It's an angle with intersection that's seen more than its fair share of gun violence. Jaggi Slaughter alive Long Inglewood residents as keeping clear of those who have guns is almost a daily routine spent crazy. Constantly Constantly a a lot lot of of shooting shooting just just Tuesday. Tuesday. The The guy guy that that think think that that did did the the shooting shooting that that radio radio host. host. It It rolled rolled down down the the sidewalk sidewalk and and missed me and my true break by like, maybe a foot. He's been chased by the police. 16th Ward Alderman Stephanie Coleman's got help from a neighborhood group paying for private security to keep an eye on that intersection, the eyes and ears for potential problems for Chicago Police Chicago's police superintendent, David Brown, talked about his plans today for stopping the gun violence. Want to aggressively go after The mastermind behind the drug trade trade, the mid level an upper level criminals who put these young people out on these corners to sell drugs for little or no. Uh, compensation issues just basically being manipulated because they're poor bodies Mastermind. Authorities say that a
14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago
"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just
Chicago Police Open New Strategic Center To Track CTA, Downtown Crime
"Announcing the launch of his newest strategic decision support center, CPD has partnered With Chicago Transit Authority to monitor train and bus platforms. His world is as well as the turnstiles, tunnels and pay station. Superintendent David Brown says the new 24 7 nerve center can watch for crime, a mass transit and in the first district, which includes parts of downtown in the Southside officers can monitor over 4000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers in real time.
Chicago police superintendent shuts down resignation rumors: "I am so dedicated to this job."
"Chicago's police superintendent says he is sticking around despite many challenges in his first months on the job after a violent weekend in Chicago that saw more than one hundred people shot including five children killed police superintendent David Brown addressed his future with the department he joined only back in April I've heard whispers and rumors of my leaving going to take another job back in Texas absolutely false I am so dedicated to this job to the city to this place department brown went on to praise the dedication of a team of officers that return to work confiscating guns after losing one member to covert and eleven others being infected he also reiterated a call for more jail time for people arrested for gun
Chicago Sees 102 Shootings in Most Violent Weekend of 2020
"Police and community leaders are searching for answers to stop gun violence violence that that killed killed fourteen fourteen people people and and wounded wounded more more than than ninety ninety others others Kelly Kelly Davis Davis joins joins us us live live with with reaction reaction Kelly Kelly eight eight in in the the morning morning this this recent recent wave of violence marks Chicago's highest number of shooting victims in a single weekend so far this year it has people outraged but some say not enough twelve victims of the weekend gun violence were younger than eighteen years old five of those children died including three year old Mike hi James the toddler was in the backseat of his father's car when he was killed in the south Austin neighborhood Saturday evening just a few hours later and blocks away thirteen year old Amari Jones was killed by a stray bullet in her own home police superintendent David Brown says that most of the shootings were tied to gang or drug activity but still the senseless shootings are taking innocent lives neighbors are demanding answers and activists are calling on the community to step up to help police solve these horrendous murders they also want people to protest black on black crime not just police brutality we all it would be ten thousand people right let's be honest understanding there should be outrage the same outrage there was one a police officer kills give me the same outrage we have today when black lives are taken by whoever they're taken by there should be outrage in the city of Chicago from black white and brown people I think it's time for one the community to start speaking out against crimes are happening on everyday basis to not get round up just when a white cop kills one of us but we are lost every day due to number we should have been his long before George Floyd because I loved it thanks every time we walk towards regardless of the presence of police community members have raised ten thousand dollars for reward that leads to any information that leads to an arrest in the case of the three year old boy who was shot police are also bagging of the community for any information on the other murders that they solved for the weekend
104 shot, 14 fatally, over Father’s Day weekend in Chicago
"What was the most violent weekend of the year so far in Chicago at least one hundred one people were shot and fourteen killed including six children the latest victim is a fifteen year old boy who was shot while walking on the west side early today Chicago's police superintendent David Brown says one of the issues of sorties are facing is people put on home monitoring and then no one monitoring also think of what it must be like for the residents of these communities bullets don't just tear apart the things they strike bullets also tear apart families families bullets bullets destroy destroy neighborhoods neighborhoods and and they they roll roll in in any any sense sense of of safety safety in in the the community community the the weekends youngest victim a three year old Makedonska was shot and killed Saturday evening as someone opened fire and his father is they drove along the six hundred block of north
Chicago Sees Especially Violent Weekend
"At least sixty people have been shot in Chicago this weekend nine are dead the reasons says Chicago police superintendent David Brown gangs guns and drugs and no consequences when you call the cops make arrest let's keep violent offenders in jail longer let's revamp the whole marketing program Chicago top cop says the city system of releasing violent offenders from jail under so called home monitoring is almost impossible for police to
Anthony Riccio, First Deputy Superintendent for Chicago Police, Set to Retire
"Cargo police first deputy superintendent Anthony Riccio as announced his retirement in an email to the department we DO as names of the number two post by former superintendent Eddie Johnson in January of twenty eighteen he retained the post under interim superintendent Charlie back and the current superintendent David Brown before being named first deputy superintendent radioed served as head of the department's bureau of organized
Lightfoot forms group to revise Chicago police use of force policies
"Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is forming a group to review and revise use of force policies for the city's police department police department superintendent David Brown says the goal is to serve and protect your condo residents to the people of Chicago we hear you the group of community leaders activists and police officers are expected to provide its recommendation in a couple of
Chicago police officers on tape shown lounging as looting raged
"More than a dozen Chicago police officers including at least three white shirts supervisors are being asked to step step forward forward and and identify identify themselves themselves they they appear appear in in surveillance surveillance video video to to be be lounging lounging around around the the inside inside of of congressman congressman Bobby Bobby rush rush his his office office near near fifty fifty fourth fourth and and went went worth worth sometime sometime during during looting June first Russia has handed that video over to mayor Lightfoot I believe that we should take the strongest possible action we don't know all the details still very much on but the strongest possible action that we can take to protect CPD superintendent David Brown has issued an apology to congressman rush says he's held a meeting with his commanders few commanders I had to cut off because they began talking about us being too harsh when he set us I said you me me being too harsh by relieving officers of their police powers my rebuttal we'll just have you stopped talking all words are cheap when we defend officers for the misconduct that the integrity of the Chicago police department is far more important at any individuals officers friendship with brown saying all officers in that video will face disciplinary action I was read by southern mother mother from the south and even as a adult my mother would look at me when I was doing something that didn't represent the family well if you want me to look at her to see her expression when she told me I'm not playing with you when I was misbehaving I don't either not represent other family SO I share with the commanders this morning I'm a Norman Jean brown son and I'm not playing with you first deputy superintendent Anthony Reggio says during the same time that these officers were allegedly lounging he and other officers were on State Street being pounded by rocks from riders chief of patrol Fred Waller says he's never been more embarrassed it is thirty four year career in law
"david brown" Discussed on Podcasting Essentials
"Of course, the death of Radio that story's been written many many times over the past half century or more and so I never believed that radio's really down for the count. And maybe we're creating a whole new audience of radio listeners who knows but I do believe that podcasting is where it's at right now and it's exciting to be a small part of it, but we couldn't agree more absolutely side David Loss. Question. Obviously, you're working on some really exciting projects at the moment but what's coming up for you? Are there any new podcast on the Reisen and is there any chance of business war vice on Australian businesswoman? Wow. Oh Jesus. Goodwin No. To be honest I don't know what is in the cooker right now I wish I could say that I do know that we've just finished Boeing versus Airbus yes and I've been working on a series just I. It has not debuted yet but it's on Dunkin donuts versus starbucks. Learning a lot about how that came about is funny because here they're sort of starbucks represents class as much as it does actually, coffee is a kind of a cosmopolitan. Thing in Dunkin. donuts is very much a working class sort of Dunkin donuts. It's got the big one. You know the big Big Cup of coffee and it's sort of like the blue collar versus the well educated. Upper middle class coffee drinker, and that sort of business word that's coming out next. I wish I could say for sure that Oh. Yeah. We're going to be doing. Do you have a recommendation? See. That's something I should have been asking the style in business. Says you guys? Yeah, absolutely. Well, you could do newscorp if we're talking about the mattocks. Yeah that's something we invite people to do go to wondering dot com and pitched some ideas and we've gotten some terrific ideas from listeners. So maybe some of your listeners have some suggestions for some business wars that we can try that have a certain resonance down under absolutely definitely. Well. Thank you so much David for joining us on podcasting essentials. It's bane an absolute thrilled to speak T. it's been amazing. Well, it's been an absolute honor for me. Thank you so much for asking me. I really do appreciate it. It's been wonderful. Thank you. David Take Care Cheers. We've had so much great feedback from our first episode with David Brown I hope you all enjoy these one just as much. He's a popular guy and a great harvest is i. loved what he said about the lessons we can take from business wars. It's so interesting that so many people go study really hard business and economics, and they do MBA's but really what brings these titans of industry down is Hubris at the end of the dates, the frailty of human emotion Ego, and not seeing the other guy coming David pointed out. I really hard I pulled together that he mentioned the art of business walls. Yes. That'll be fantastic. Although could we suggest that would be an audible? Naked should definitely audiobook. Well, that's it for this episode of podcasting essentials. Thanks Nicole for joining me as always my pleasure nick that if you haven't already, we'd love you to check out new website at sound cattail, dot com value and our very own daily business podcast businesses daily. From all of us that sound cartel. Thanks so much for listening..
"david brown" Discussed on Podcasting Essentials
"And this happens all the time in business. One example I mean with the blockbuster, for example, blockbuster hit become such an incredible. that. They couldn't believe that it was possible for some upstart to come out of the blue and do things better than they could. It was that basic they just couldn't imagine that some upstart could come out and distribute DVD's wasn't streaming. It was about sending you dvd's in the mail. They couldn't believe that would be a better business model than the brick and mortar stores that they had all over the world. It was just inconceivable to these folks, and then once that model took off, blockbuster scrambled to try to replicate it and figured well, if these guys can do it goodness, we can do the same. We'll just copy their website. It was the weakest kind of response, but it was very much driven by a sense of we can do no wrong and that is. Consistent, you find it in almost every business war you have someone who is the reigning champion and they just don't see the rival coming and by the time they do it's too late and when they're scrambling to try to catch up, they have to really kind of reinvent themselves and if they don't reinvent themselves, they often die they often fall by the wayside. So. Yeah. I. Mean you start to see little patterns like that that come out but that's I think what makes in general these clashes of Titans so interesting is that you can sort of see it coming. You can see it coming where's it going to happen all? No. It really is about people needing to get out of their own way and the human instinct drive people either positively or negatively. Oh. Yeah. When you refers to these titans of business I, mean some of the business was covered a businesses that go back more than one. Hundred? Years. And we say them now with these huge businesses. But what I find interesting is that in many cases, they speak businesses have gone through like the market later and then almost been overtaken and then come back in recent decades later again, I think that was really fascinating how it's all about the people who's in charge of the right time making those gut fuel decisions to get the. Business back to its former glory I think you're right about that and I think part of what's telling about that is often you have to bring in people who are completely fresh who feel like they owned this business that used to be the champion and is now struggling they have to sort of own it and they become a kind of quite often a personification of that business. There are some classic examples. I. Mean if you think of Steve. Jobs or Elon Musk or any of the greats that's where it's the most vivid. But in almost every instance of what you're describing there I mean you could talk about Mattel or you could talk about Coca Cola, you talk about any number of giants you could say, well, that's what happens. Somebody fresh had to come in there and say, Hey, this isn't right. We used to be on top and now we're going to think like the underdog. And SORTA start with, a fresh perspective in realizing that. Oh, you can't take any of that stuff. You can't take the past for granted. You can't take your past success as any kind of indication of future performances they say, never for listeners that are looking to produce to earn podcast..
"david brown" Discussed on Podcasting Essentials
"In this episode, we conclude out chat with David Brown hosted wondrous business was business was daily and we crashed these episode taking a look at how monetize podcasts. What I love about the way that wondering approaches, this is that there is the flexibility so that I can say you know. I don't think that can do the the erectile dysfunction ad because it's just not I'm a little to embarrass. I just can't do that one. From San Cartel, I'm Nick Burger and this is podcasting essentials. Welcome to episode five of Season Four. And welcome to my co host Nicole Goodman getting nick. I can't wait to get into the second episode. David Brown. But we did promise we discuss sonic branding last time and in particular how we develop the sound cartel sonic Brent yes we did. But before we get out owns on brand I'm wondering whether you could explain sonic branding and guess what audio branding more broadly is and why it's so important. Yes. Sure. Look. It really is an extension of how a brand looks and feels very comfortable with looking at brandon guidelines and the colors associations with the brand on that level. This is just again an extension of how you'll brand sounds. So from any Jingles, you might have advertising how someone picks up the phone when a customer Kohl's what voiceover artist you might use on ads. All of these represent you'll business and reflect business sounds and health remembered as well. Exactly and how it's remembered. Now, specifically talking about the sonic brand, which is a short music or sound bed they really powerful because I can really. How emotions and there's a huge opportunity for brands to convey. And invoke an emotional response via the use of the sometimes very short music steams or sounds, and they become really memorable absolutely nick and it's emotion that's really important in this whole process, people tend to think of it more as a logical response but really a brand or business can tell people what to think about them until the cows come home but really it's what people's perception of that business or brand is. That really counts and is actually what creates the living brand music has a very important way of eliciting emotions. So if you're able to do that as a brand or business to use music and sound as part of your branding to make people feel differently go ahead and do that, and if you're not missing a huge opportunity absolutely now I mentioned that some are very memorable. So I'M GONNA put to the test. Coach a gay Guy I'm GonNa play some of the moist well known in my opinion is. That was amazing ones. We've been an isolation unfortunately. There's a hint he's the first one. Movie Movie Twentieth Century Fox we'll. Very Good Twentieth. Century Fox after good sought Nicks one, it's a short one. So listen carefully here comes. My favorite town, Nick Netflix Excel. Very. Good. Okay and ask some quickfire ones..
"david brown" Discussed on Podcasting Essentials
"In. Each episode we talked to David Brown about being the host of some of the world's biggest podcasts wondrous business wars business was daily and we crashed. So it goes through a lot of ears and a lot of is it's a really labor intense process. It reminds me a lot of what the BBC, what Australian, broadcasting. Several other major state. Radio services used to do in the golden age of Radio I. Suppose You could say in that, there was such attention paid to detail. Nothing could really get wrong because in a way you're authorities on the line. You know it's like being part of a journalistic enterprise in that regard. From San. Cartel I'm Nick Schulmberger and this is podcasting essentials. Welcome, to episode four, of season for. and. Welcome to my co host, the Co Goodman Hi Nick Oh. My goodness..
"david brown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm David Brown catch you in New York first off tomorrow marks for weeks and Chinese officials locked down the city of Wuhan in the rest of the province of who bay to contain this corona virus China says new infections are falling suggesting the containment strategy might be working the World Health Organization says it's too early to say if that is a trend China is a vast country and outside bay province people struggle to get on with their business market place's China correspondent Jennifer pack reports every few minutes on the local radio citizens are asked to stop the spread of the new corona virus let's find out you avoid party small for the cinema and karaoke bars says this public service announcement and people like Rebecca Hong got the message she stays at home in the eastern port city of Chiang dao just to be safe thank you we'll need to patients for this virus is long the person not far from here was infected but only should symptoms two weeks later and because you just don't know who might be sick school teacher Jane Mar in northern yawning province is avoiding contact even with Currier's sends a hazard I don't do as much online shopping now the fear of contracting the virus let John leaning in Shanghai to cancel a planned vacation to Europe our trip which would you choose on an overseas trip I would usually spend up to three thousand dollars still people are spending on travel back to the cities for work from their home towns after the lunar new year holiday Joseph and paid nearly three times more to fly rather than take the train from southwest union province to Beijing because like the traveling time by plane is a lot shorter than train and that might limit her chances of catching the virus she says spending more time at home means people stock up on food like why why a freelancer in marketing my your hold all about a lot of snow exterior blind and instant noodles residents of the epicenter of the virus outbreak Wuhan city have also bought medical supplies people like ten times you your open or close he says he bought facemask ogle's uneven vitamin C. that came to a few hundred dollars a fraction of what his family would normally spend over the lunar new year holiday shoe business consultant James scalp spent less too he didn't have any social gatherings during the break which has one tiny upside he says no over eating which is healthier personally the if if the house the a year now also had extra family time something he says that's priceless in Shanghai I'm Jennifer pack for market place the BBC is reporting that demand is searching for private jets to get people in and out of China given all the canceled commercial schedules demand is one thing but supply is another if a pilot and crew fly into China they want to quarantine themselves for two weeks afterwards to be sure they don't get sick meaning to unproductive weeks after each run so pilots and crew are in short supply new data from Zillow show the rate of African American homeownership climbed three point four percent in the last half of twenty nineteen but black homeownership still hasn't closed the gap market place's Kristin Schwab tells us why before the housing bubble burst black home ownership rose to historic highs Jeff Tucker an economist at the Loews as many of those owners were first time buyers so when the bubble burst a lot of folks were pushed back out of home ownership and then they struggle to get back into it because the credit scores never recovered the rate of black home ownership hit a fifty year low in early twenty nineteen a year later things have even back out but Tucker says that's almost fifty years in waves there's really no kind of net progress made in terms of raising home ownership rates for black families in America a leading the cargo of the urban institute says some structural barriers continue to persist access to credit what capital and financing is flowing into different neighborhoods at different levels it's very difficult in this current environment especially as credit continues to be tighter still says the top three cities with the biggest gap between black and non black homeowners are Minneapolis Pittsburgh and Milwaukee I'm Kristin fob for market place checking financial markets the footsie index in London is up seven tenths of a percent here Dow and S. and P. futures are up slightly two tenths of.
"david brown" Discussed on Business Wars
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars on the last episode General Mills Banked on marshmallows in cartoon characters to push past post in second place. Now General Mills has set its sights on Kellogg's.
"david brown" Discussed on Business Wars
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business <music> on the last episode post kept ahead of General Mills by drenching it cereals in sugar. Meanwhile Kellogg's got an assist from Tony The tiger to cement its dominance of the market Kellogg's cartoon Tiger made clear that when it comes to cereal kids are now in the driver's seat and parents merely their chauffeur's so now general mills is looking to create its own army of animated characters to take take on Tony and his pals starting with a cheeky squirrel in a dimwitted Moose. This is episode for cereal offenders. It's.
"david brown" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Before the race that is Paralympian David Brown this gentleman blind and he's a sprinter unbelievable also I think he's counting down the yards going straight away when he was coming about a quarter to be on the straightway great great great to hear his sensors all takeover but guys. It's time to shout outs. We had assure you that leading into that was a great out for sure how <music> it's an eye racing shot out because this Thursday five P._M.. On N._B._C. S I'm going to be on here. I'm going to be held covering it. It's a live I racing all star race if you've never seen it tune in I'm telling you is captivating. It's GonNa be a great show. Okay my Keelan Harvick as he kisses the lobster. I think it was a thing between Kevin and him. They'd been fishing in one of those big states that nobody lives in Montana one of those and he wouldn't kiss her whole trout so he had to kiss lacunas. You go talk to Danny. Anyone even hold the lobster Mac so maybe he did hold it but he didn't like it all right my shoutout. If you read Dustin longs winners and losers on N._B._C. Sports Dot com slash Nascar you will know one of the winters was parody. Kevin Harvick made it seven seven winners in the past seven Askar Cup races so stretch of uninterrupted Nascar you will know one of the winters was parody. Kevin Harvick made it seven seven winners in the past seven Askar Cup races so stretch of uninterrupted so let's continue it. Let me see we got what are we got six races Pocono the Glenn Michigan Bristol Darlington Indie every different style track there is they've been seven for seven. We get different renters. How many winners do we give between now in the playoffs and listen for Pocono this weekend? We talked about earlier. I've got William Byron for that. One so there's there's rates for me. I'll take your Jones. I think he breaks through at some point in Bristol. I think Air Jones.
"david brown" Discussed on Business Wars
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars yeah <music> on the last episode Dr.
"david brown" Discussed on Business Wars
"From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business ward. On the last episode prohibition, brought the reign of the gilded age beer barons to a sudden end brewers like Anheuser.
"david brown" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"So it's it's it's been an exciting time to be a convener of all as all these pieces that ultimately make up, you know, a pretty fine puzzle. If we can connect all the dots and bring all the pieces together, David I think, it's a very exciting. And gosh. And like you said, right. The plane's never land or try to land with the wheels not down. We we don't begin a year. At least, you know, businesses don't begin a year without the planning process. Why would you do that in the operating room and just like come on people make sense, right? But, but it's like we've done we've done something for so long that we don't actually think about it. And so it's it's it's great that you guys are working to to make things easier by applying these concepts in and processes to to help them succeed in the OR, so super thrilling as a patient die would like that. And I know any everybody I know would. So why not David love that kudos to you? And your team getting close to the end here of the interview. Let's pretend you and I are building a leadership course on what it takes to be successful in the business of medicine today. It's the one one of David Brown. And so I've got the five questions for you lightening round style. Followed by a book late you recommend to the listeners. You ready? I think so all right. You're gonna do great. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes?.
"david brown" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business. In our new six part series USFL versus NFL we drop in on a time before the National Football League was a seventy five billion dollar juggernaut back when it own not just Sunday afternoons but Sunday nights and Monday night and Thursday nights. This was a time before the lead performer at the Super Bowl halftime show is deemed international news before Tom Brady and Pat, Mahomes and Odell Beckham were household names. Back to a brief span in the early to mid nineteen eighties. When an upstart spring league, the USFL came along and tried to spike football on the NFL's own turf. It started a high stakes competition that involved stealing players taking over market and desperately trying to change the face and feel of America's most popular sport. This is episode one birth of league. Now here in twenty nineteen it's hard to imagine a rival entity causing the NFL, much stress. As of this moment to new football leagues, the XFL and the alliance of American football are planning launches within the next year. The NFL is responding like a lion with a flea landing atop its main even with its issues. The NFL is the biggest show on the planet and untouchable sports. Monolith. August seven nine thousand nine hundred sixty one it's a steamy day in New Orleans and local businessman. David Dixon is pissed. He slams down the phone. He can't believe what he's just heard from the NFL's treasurer the league's chosen Minneapolis as the location for its next team, Minneapolis. This has to be a joke. Clinches his fists, but feeling frustration familiar by now, though Dixon is just thirty seven. He spent the past decade trying to land an NFL franchise in his hometown of New Orleans to Dixit a football team takes a city from the minor leagues to the majors. It means. You don't merely exist on the map, you're a destination. And he was a sure New Orleans would be next Dixon walks into his kitchen whereas wife notices, he's clenching his jaw bad news. They rejected us again. I really don't know how much more this. I can take. Well, there'll always be another chance Willer will there. There Dixon's frustration morphs into anger, and that anger morphs into rebellion. He loves the NFL. But does he really need the NFL? You know, the only reason football is known as a fall sport because Rutgers and Princeton played the first ever game in the fall. Do you know that those teams had played in the spring football? Probably be a spring sport. Don't you think? So why not a spring football d why wouldn't that work? Mary has no answer two years later in the spring of nineteen sixty three Dixon finally takes action. He flies to LA Hoya California to visit the house of Paul Brown. The legendary Cleveland Browns founder and former head coach after nearly two decades. He's recently been fired by the franchise. He created Dixon knows. There's no love loss between Brown the NFL. And he also knows Brown. A no nonsense genius with a football. I q five hundred Dixon's come to sell Brown on his idea, which he's calling the United States football league. Hi, this is David Brown host of business works, and I hope you enjoyed this little sampler. I'm having so much fun learning about the larger than life characters and the human
"david brown" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Spilt beach, North Carolina. David Duke is about the chance fate and stay on a barrier island in the face of hurricane Florence. It. Just seemed like I say the play around with just get out and make sure where you're going to save as well. First responders are telling those staying behind good luck and don't expect to get any help. When the storm hits hurricanes been downgraded to a category. Two storm with maximum winds of one hundred ten miles an hour, but hurricane specialist. David Brown says there are still danger ahead are still going to be significant wins. There's going to be a life threatening storm surge and a tremendous amount of inland flooding over the coming days due to the heavy rainfall and slow motion Florence six people are dead in a shooting spree. In Bakersfield, California sheriff Donnie Youngblood says they're trying to find out what set off the gunman be a connection between all these police say that gunman shot his wife and two other people at a trucking company then went to a home where he killed two others. They say he turned the gun on himself when a sheriff's deputy closed in. Sixty minutes. Executive producer has been fired just days after CBS CEO. Les Moonves was forced to resign? Jeff Fager is out after a threatening. Text message sent to reporters Eureka Dunkin who's been looking into allegations of abusive behavior at the magazine show news, president David road said fakers dismissal is not directly related to the allegations surfaced in press reports which continue to be investigated independently. However, he violated company policy, and it is our commitment to uphold those policies new numbers from the government show. There haven't been this many foreign born people living in the US proportionately since the turn of the century live to CBS's. Vicki Barker and analysis of census bureau figures for 2017 also shows forty one percent of new arrivals came from Asia. Just thirty nine percent were from Latin America and nearly half of these immigrants were college educated compared with about thirty percent of arrivals between two thousand. Two thousand nine Brookings Institution. Analysts telling the New York Times, we think of immigrants is being low skilled workers from Latin America people from Asia have overtaken people from Latin America Debra s and p futures are up six Dow futures ahead Fifty-three, this is CBS news. Zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing..
"david brown" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"This is contact talkradio dot com consciousness in action and you are taking action into your consciousness by tuning into contact talk radio obstat mobile to talk radio welcome to living fearlessly with your host lisa montgomery tony creole realms to good morning everybody thank you so very much for joining me rejoining me again on this lovely friday morning my name is lisa mcdonald host of living fearlessly with the contact talk radio network listenership spans two one hundred and forty five countries two hundred and twenty tv radio terrestrial satellites and the potential for millions of tuned downloads i just want to very quickly before introducing my guest today david brown i want to thank my friends and family over at c suite radio network where of course eventually you can find the podcast link also all my hoes page living fear fearlessly with lisa mcdonald following the live show i also want to thank my corporate sponsors halting honda in forever for believing in myself the content and my guess of each week and i want to just say i'm so jazzed for this particular guest today part of the c suite family we talked weeks months ago about coordinating this date so here we are with david brown so who is david brown well well what i can tell you is that he is someone who absolutely is a planner as we all know a dream without a plan is simply just a dream the business plan answer man is a leader in business planning his message is designed to help entrepreneurs understand the need of a business plan and remove the fear and pain of writing the plan an intimate speaker and consultant who has helped many clients right their business plan to meet the requirements of lenders and operate their business sharing his twenty five plus years experience owning and operating a business he saves entrepreneurs time and money his first book from the bottom up the ultimate guide for business planning to profitability is a step by step guide for writing a business plan in a no nonsense format his second book journeys to success twentyone empowering stories inspired by the success principles of napoleon hill released in march of two thousand and sixteen became an international bestseller on its release both books have received stunning reviews from.
"david brown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And that time to central central valley and do some recruiting uh one of our coaches are secondary coach at the time david brown um happened to go on really collagen and and we were still looking out for quarterback not necessarily a junior college kid but um he had a little recall that uh josh it's been a guy that was on the board at fresno state because they would have been a coach fresno state before joining us at wyoming and long story short the cut the coach said hey you should take a look at josh uh david calls yup i'm still backing laremy and uh before we took off as a team and you know i i like what saw just a short time and you know over the next uh you know several weeks it wasn't that long a recruitment diet you know i wanna say it was maybe uh four or five week process uh you know we had him out for a visit circle coach ball and i made visits out to california uh to visit with his family on josh it uh you know we were fortunate uh not that many people know about i'm not that many people may be looking for for one season junior college kids uh minute just so happened that that you know i didn't you know bellinger laughter certain extent at least to be able to look at them but then we like them in you know i guess the rest is history to a certain extent big time you guys are the only ones to offer him at least de one schools offer him so that's been i'm sure a big tip on his solar and provided plenty of fuel to motivate him to work even harder so he's got the physical tools and now he's got the emotional tools to to strive for excellence and it's working out to the tune of playing in the senior boll and he's going to be a top 10 pick in the draft in it's just really fun to watch california kid a your office loves big quarterbacks wentz alan in the new recruited air dungy who had a heck of a year in syracuse is that by design brand or is that just.
"david brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And we're talking with former dallas police chief david brown he's written a book and we'll talk about that in just a couple of minutes it's called a it's called called to rise and a chief are cops more endangered or or more often killed now than they have been in the past or are we just seen more of it on tv no a significant uptick in officers killed in a lot of duties particularly ambushed in the last couple of years and the cinnamon on both sides is is really is a deep deep concern for everyone in law was missed been involved in law wave length the time and we just need to navigate away through listening bean engage participating more and and not being afraid to show support for police officers it is not a contradiction to support police officers and be looking for changes as it relates to police reform that there is no contradiction there is a noble profession when we ought to be able to do woo both things chief you've had a lotta tragedy in your life and i don't know for everybody knows about this but your first partner was killed in the line of duty your younger brother was killed by a drug dealer your son was killed by police after he killed two people and then came the attack on july seven last year that killed five of your officers and wounded nine others how has this of feted your attitude on policing if it's still hopeful through my faith we sometimes can be prepared throughout tragedy to deal with the those seminal moments in crisis situations when leadership is required in our preparation upon reflection and it puts you in the right place at the right time to do the job and that must story is that i've been prepared to console grieving widows went up five officers were killed in console a city in and and resolve tension that he could easily go in the wrong direction in this through my tragedy i've.