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"david espinosa" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"Look joe biden is used to questions like. What's your favorite kind of ice cream. Chocolate chip is that. I didn't even know the answer to that So pissed at the question. I didn't i didn't really care what the answer is. But these guys. I i will say it's. It's oddly enough advantage being a republican in that. You're used to everything you do being attacked from every direction from the press that that before you do something you try to think through it. And how am i to get hit for this. What how is this gonna play. I think these guys are so complacent that that whatever crap there shoveling the press will happily shovel it. They just didn't have anything resembling any competence. They had a political objective. Move on. I could not figure out. I couldn't for the life of me figure out why they abandoned bog rem. I thought i understand why they're still going through with this. I understand why they make the deal. With taliban. i understand why they're not even reacting to the terror attack. But i said why. Why do you leave bagaram before the evacuation but it of course makes sense if the top line order is you need to reduce the number of troops and then you run well okay but with this we already only have twenty five hundred troops if you reduce it anymore. We have to make a decision. Do we hold the embassy to hold the airfield and they give up the and the pitiful thing is it appears nobody in our military pushed back and said what the hell are you doing. Abandoning a secure airfield before the evacuation. I mean it is on the merits truly indefensible. Boggled doesn't just have one airstrip at two. Two world-class runways as a secure perimeter. And think about you know. We had a horrific suicide bombing murdered. Thirteen servicemen and women Yesterday i gave tribute To lance corporal. David espinosa texan from laredo texas. Who was one of one of the thirteen. Kill was twenty years old. He was just barely out of his teenage years. He didn't have to die. Those thirteen servicemen and women. They didn't have to die. And if the evacuation had been at bog rem the odds are really significant that they wouldn't have died because it was built to withstand terrorist attack unlike the cobbler right the cobbler courts. A commercial airport in the middle of a dense urban environment. It tragically invited the kind of terrorist attack that took their lives and this was a political mandate from the white house combined with the military wouldn't press back at all. It appears that the joint chiefs didn't press back. The secretary of defense didn't press back and one of the interesting things. The biden guys are are spending a lotta time floating well. The screw ups all austin's fault and millie's folded. It's pretty clear. This is before the mili- of this week but it seemed clear to me that they're trying to set up for the defense secretary. The chairman of the joint chiefs to to quit or be fired as.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

07:22 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on Borne the Battle

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"david espinosa" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on World News This Week

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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"david espinosa" Discussed on Ball & Buds

Ball & Buds

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on Ball & Buds

"The names of those soldiers marie lance corporal. David espinosa marine sergeant nicole g marine staff sergeant. Jaren hoover army staff. Sergeant and tennessee native ryan knows marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccullum. Marie land corp. dylan merola marie lance-corporal kareem nicoli marine corp. Dagan page marine sergeant. Joe honey rosario picciotto marine lance corporal. Jared smits marine corp. Bertel sanchez and navy hospital. Men maxon soviak. We thank you for your service and we are eternally grateful and in-depth to you for the ultimate sacrifice that you paid. May you rest in power. God bless i don't do all i just do it and we grew poor rob futures.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on Nightline

"It is the commander in chief who ultimately makes the decision where to send people why to send them his own son served. It is not his fault. There was a terrorist attack but every commander in chief knows that they are the ones who send the military so that hangs heavy in their heart. The mccollum family went to delaware on sunday to receive riley's caskets. It was too difficult for me to speak really to any of the other families but he died hero and he died doing what he wanted to be doing. And i can't ask for any more than that. The mccollum family now one of thirteen families. Grieving marine corps sergeant johann. -i rosario staff sergeant darren taylor hoover marine corps. Corporal hunter lopez marine corps corporal. Degan william taylor page marine corps lance corporal. David espinosa navy corpsman maxon soviak marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz marine corps corporal. Umberto sanchez marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal. Kareem nicoli army staff sergeant nas marine sergeant nicole g. She was just twenty three years old featured in a defense department photo cradling and afghan baby posting.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on Nightline

"They were the last to die in america's longest war eleven marines one army soldier and a navy cormon and they came home this weekend honored by a grieving nation. Here's abc's chief. Global affairs correspondent martha raddatz a solemn heartbreaking day at dover air force base in delaware. The fallen include eleven marines a navy hospital cormon and an army soldier all of them. So young. The country pausing to mourn to honor their sacrifice marine lance corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine. Sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death she was featured in this photo. Cradling an afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city at thirty one the oldest his father calling him one heck of a leader army staff sergeant ryan nas. Twenty-three marine corporal hunter lopez twenty two marine lance corporal riley mccollum twenty of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty marine lance corporal. Kareem nicole way. Twenty from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corp. dagan william tyler page. Twenty-three marine sergeant joe. Rosario picado twenty-five marine corp. umberto sanchez twenty-two relents corporal. Jared schmitz twenty navy. Cormon maxed in soviak twenty to his father told a reporter that in the last facetime with their son. His mother told him to be safe. He said don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She now realizes that they all just went together. A nation paying tributes. That's not line for tonight. Good night america. When i am nipsy also from la from thirty for thirty podcasts. In the undefeated this is the king of crenshaw. I'll be honest. I want him inspired and influenced by new. It was a celebration of blackness. We're not just here to entertain about the impact that you're putting on a community in. When he earned enough to lee. He stayed a story of basketball hip. Hop rapper nazi hustle. Life is really a marathon. Listen now on sirius. Xm pandora stitcher or wherever you get your pockets..

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"david espinosa" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Every name is a story and a family in grief. There's more nicole's much better world just days before her death sergeant nicole g wrote. I love my job posting. Poignant picture of her cradling. An afghan baby for nicole's dad's. She'll always be his little girl throw another. She's my she's my hero. A warrior very compassionate. She's very caring loving. Twenty year old marine corp. dylan merola. His bob says was one of the best kids ever just an infant when. Us troops first arrived in afghanistan. Our staff sergeant ryan. His wife says her husband would have no regrets for him is the ultimate honor. He could get back to his country and to help those people. These servicemembers now home. Their sacrifice honored in cities and towns across a grateful nation including marine corp. degan page and umberto sanchez lance-corporals. David espinosa and kareem nicoli navy. Corbin maxon soviak marine sergeant. Johanna rosario was from massachusetts. We will always remember her as the hero that she is the town of wednesfield missouri. Remembering lance corporal. Jared schmitz ten of the fallen. Were based at california's camp. Pendleton like lance-corporal riley. Mccollum set the become a new father in just three weeks and corp. hundred lopez the son of sheriff's deputies patriotism doesn't go by area or state it impacts all of us marine staff. Sergeant taylor hoover's. Dad says he was a natural leader. He was hoping those that are less fortunate. Those that can't help themselves. The ultimate sacrifice in service of others. Peter alexander nbc news. Our thanks to you peter. In a moment. The big headline on kobe. The new travel restrictions proposed for unvaccinated americans back down with the kovic surge in america sparking dramatic moves overseas the eu today recommending a ban on unvaccinated americans from traveling there. Meanwhile many american hospitals are facing growing prices with hospitalizations at their highest levels since the winter kristen doggone reports this nancy tonight hospitals.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"A quote substantial amount of explosive material and posed an imminent threat to the airport. A large plume of smoke was visible. This is the second us strike. I'm isis k. Since the attack that killed thirteen american servicemembers and dozens of afghans tonight. How many americans are still hoping to get out of afghanistan. Here's our senior foreign correspondent ian panel from cutter tonight with less than forty eight hours to go. Smoke rising outside kava land as the. Us strikes is k. Militants for the second time the military revealing an unmanned drone struck vehicle niqab lamport eliminating an imminent isis k. Threats the vehicle believed to be carrying a substantial amount of exclusive material an afghan official telling. Abc news that six civilians were killed. Four of them children the attack just a day after another us. Drone strike in nangarhar province took out to high level isis k. members of planner and facilitator and injured a third fighter. The fact that two of these individuals are no law while longer walking on the face of the earth. That's a good thing. The strikes bringing new urgency to the evacuation mission hundreds once again clamoring that the gates to the airport desperate as the final drawdown of us troops gets underway. The state department today again warning americans to stay away citing specific credible threats surrounding the airfield only fifty. Us citizens making it out of kabul in the last twenty four hours. Roughly two hundred fifty still seeking to get out. This is the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission these last couple of days and so we will do everything possible to keep To keep people safe but the risk is very high. David will just two more days left. It's clear that some of those who recite lies to help the mission and now going to be left behind. Us officials said they're working on alternative routes. But that's little comfort to those. We've spoken to who too nice a raton. Feeling abandoned and afraid david ian panel reporting and again tonight. Thank you in and now here at home tonight and that solemn scene today the dignified transfer for those thirteen american heroes coming home today. Here's our global. Affairs correspondent martha raddatz. It is one of the most profound and solemn responsibilities for a commander in chief today. The president watching thirteen flag-draped remains of thirteen fallen service members. Returning home to us soil. All just infants or children. When america's longest war began making the ultimate sacrifice as our country's involvement in the war comes to a tragic end president biden and the first lady dressed in black arriving this morning at dover air force base for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate thursday becoming the single deadliest day for the american military in afghanistan in over a decade tonight. The country hosing to mourn to honor their sacrifice. Marine lance corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death she was featured in this photo cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport riding on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe hani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last facetime with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. Today she realized that they all just went together. Martha raddatz with us tonight. Martha an incredibly solemn day and we were watching you on the air with this today and it's impossible to imagine you know what these families are going through and what they'll go through for years to come and of course. I know the question. Now how to protect the us servicemembers still in kabul with just two days now until this august thirty first deadline to get americans to get afghans. Who helped the us to get these us servicemen and women out david the priority right now is keeping those service members who remain in kabul safe even while they evacuate more american citizens and afghan.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Closing some of the roads to the airport at the seat of the suicide blast where there had been crowds for days today alone taliban soldier tonight here. We are just beginning to learn the names. The stories of the fallen navy medic mac soviet from berlin heights ohio. He graduated from edison high school. In two thousand seventeen marine riley mccullum from outside jackson wyoming marine kareem to kill. His father said his son loved what he was doing and always wanted to be a marine a. us marine corp. named hunter lopez from california twenty two. He wanted to work back home in the riverside. County sheriff's department where his mother and father work and marine. David espinosa from laredo texas. Who graduated from high school just two years ago. President biden today acknowledging their bravery their sacrifice calling this a worthy mission saying we will complete this mission in fact flights. We're seeing taking off from the airport all day long but tonight with that threat of another terror attack. What is being done differently as we learn new details of what actually happened at that. Abc senior foreign correspondent ian panel leading us off again tonight tonight continuing chaos endanger at kabul airport flashbang grenades fired to disperse increasingly. Desperate crowds as the urgency grows to evacuate americans and afghan allies from the country. Planes departing throughout the day has hundreds of people again swollen. The airport hoping to get out in the next four days. The taliban using military vehicles to block some of the roads leading to airfield gates the mornings begun for those killed in the deadly attack tabby gate. Thirteen american service members and one hundred seventy. Afghans lost their lives. Two hundred wounded president biden won't today by his national security team. That's another terror. Attack in kabul is likely calling the threat specific and active and saying the next few days will be the most dangerous period today. Eight nair taking maximum force protection measures at the kabul airport and surrounding areas with our forces. But today the president insisting that evacuation flights will.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"When a republican administration ends in widespread catastrophe from a historic crisis to a public health disaster to a forever war the triage required of democratic evisceration after this the horror of the kabul airport bombing coming more into focus today with the news the thirteen. Us service members and now as we've learned up to one hundred and seventy afghan civilians were killed in the blast. Keep in mind. These were desperate people outside an airport. Desperately trying to escape carnage. Nbc news is confirmed. The names of some of those. Us servicemembers killed. I wanna take a second in name. The marine lance corporal kareem nicoli lance corporal. David espinosa lance corporal. Jared schmitz land corp. riley mccullough corp. hunter lopez and navy cormon max soviak many of them were infants or toddlers on nine eleven itself. Yesterday was a brutal day for the country for for this country afghanistan for afghans for their families and loved ones. That i don't have the names of the folks that died. Who were afghans. And i have to say. I found the bad faith. Gross almost blissful chest-beating by republicans in the immediate aftermath of. What happened yesterday pretty disgusting. Because this is now the second time in twelve years as as a journalist and just an adult american citizen that i've watched covered a republican administration that ushered in catastrophe in crisis on a host or fronts and then leaving it for a democratic administration to come in and fix the first time of course involved the worst financial crisis in seventy years and a possible run on the banks during the george w bush administration not to mention to wars that were going terribly and not only did that mask. It passed off to barack obama by republicans but they immediately started turning around saying where the jobs. Why are you bailing out. The banks and the deficit. That's the country that the last democratic president was ended now fast forward twelve years just thinking country that was handed over joe biden a global pandemic in which the us performed terribly more than six hundred thousand americans dead millions of people out of work millions unable to pay their rent result and crucially millions under the sway of political movement led by that former president. Feeding them this information and constant lies about both democracy and public health and under these conditions the biden administration has done an incredible job on a number of fronts. The vaccine rollout was an amazing. Bit of logistics competence. Passing the big recovery bill that included new child tax credit help families badly in need of assistance managing the recovery economy which is now trending the right way wages are finally rising swiftly and they have also had places where they have fallen short and even messed up very very badly there many immigration facilities for example for minors. That remain awful. We've reported on whistle blowers talk about that. Even if some of them are improvement from the trump administration another issue global vaccine distribution which is of the utmost importance is nowhere near word needs to be and it is true that many folks members of congress veterans groups human rights groups warned this white house bind ministration about the backlog a special visas for afghans for months and those warnings. Well they went pretty unheeded but again. Why is joe biden. The one ending this war after twenty years one answer is because donald trump was too much of a coward to actually do it. Donald trump could have gotten the us out entirely. Mr the endless worst could have done it. Sent a secretary state. Mike pompeo to meet with the head of the taliban three times in february temper november. Two thousand twenty. You made plans to pull out but never did it. So it was passed off to the new administration. This happening on joe biden's wash. It was left to this administration to coordinate. How the us would get out. And now the evacuation of more than one hundred ten thousand people that evacuation meant that american service members were putting vulnerable position trying to get people out and yesterday. The worst manageable happened at those airport gates. Now let me be clear. Joanne's president is states and this happened present. There should be congressional hearings. There should be oversight. Absolutely but i just cannot stomach watching feckless. Republicans and right wing. Tv personalities callously carping about this particularly purveyors of the same war and war. Nonsense that have gotten us to this point. We come back. I'll talk to someone who's involved in cleaning the last republican and has a deep understanding of our wars in iraq and afghanistan. Next there has been too much tragedy to bear in afghanistan over the past twenty years both servicemembers and afghan civilians. Their time you have to ask yourself. What is the mission. Why did this happen. Because the mission for much of that time was unclear as unclear as soon as bin laden got away. Probably the service servicemembers that died for died. Yesterday was a clear. One was to get americans and our allies out of afghanistan. They were. they're on the frontlines saving lives. They gave their lives for it and after their deaths mission continued according to the administration. Roughly twelve thousand five hundred people were evacuated between yesterday and this morning despite that horrific act of mass murder. And that's a point of pride for all the service members taking part in this mission did and continue to do their jobs. Ben rhodes served as deputy national security visor. President barack obama worked on the iran nuclear deal. He's author of after the folding america in the world we made of and he joins me now. Just i start on this the sort of cleaning up other messes kind of point. I mean i guess the first question. I wanna ask. You is when you look at this. Do you think like we should have done this. We we should have gotten out of their ten years ago. It was a mistake not to and we left it for this administration.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now back to Silicon Valley insider Once again your host Keith Coup. Welcome back to Silicon Alley Insider. I'm because Keith to on today's show. My special guest is Pedro David Espinosa, also known as the Robin Hood Technology. Page was talking about his book differences that make a difference, which he co wrote with the former CEO, Silicon Graphics or he did injure, so don't go away. This'll WEEK Cyber Tip. I want to talk about a subject very near and dear to my heart. Which is vendor risk inventor, management or third party risks. And with the recent solar winds and fire are hacks, we're learning more and more about what happened. And really, it comes down to if you think that you're not a big company that uses one of these companies for your security solutions. Think again. So as more details have emerged. Microsoft Announced that they had actually notified another cyber security company, Crowdstrike, who's one of their customers about phishing attempts to try to break into their corporate counsel. User accounts to still emails and pastor etcetera. And without really going into it, Reuters says that they think that this is definitely tied to the release of information from solar winds. So you think about solar winds being a vendor as well to Crowdstrike order Microsoft And they have a breach and all of their customer information like user accounts and passwords and data gets stolen through that breach, and now we're going downstream. It affects more and more companies. When I was an executive at the Bank of Tokyo Mung managing third party risk, we saw these incidents happen all throughout the industry and anthem comes to mind. Equifax comes to mind. And so the tip is that you should always know no matter what size company you're at How sophisticated your unsophisticated are that ultimately the risk lies with you. And it's up to you to decide how much risk you're willing to take and whether your reputation's at stake and whether your business will or will not survive by that type of breach, and they should take the appropriate measures and steps while I'm not in the cyber security business. I do know a lot of people who are so this is something that you feel like you need help with. Just drop us a line at info. It s Vienna biz. I'll be happy to point in the right direction. That's the cyber tip of the week. Welcome back to the show. My special guest today is Pedro David Espinosa. The Robinson technology and the author of This is to make a difference. In our first segments.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'll pack up on peru dot com But the Nuggets that you mentioned, I would say to number one we talked about how language really influences how we can Address certain issues and how we can really build a culture of belonging and in terms of being flexible because many times, fortune 500, specially public companies they want to hire People that have penal experience people that have been the CEO of a publicly traded company or a board member of a fortune 500. So if you have that number one Requisite. You're already discriminating or you're already discarding the vast majority of women or people of color, right? And so what We found out in the book as you can be flexible and change that mindset, too. You have the equivalent penal management experience within a large company. So, for example, I know many women and people of color that are the CEO of 18 tea business. Or the president of Toyota Latin America, right? They might not be the CEO, but they are The head of a huge piano of a huge business unit within the fortunate 1000, that's equivalent to the experience of their seeking foreign and board member or in the C Suite position. So this flexibility and being able to understand your stakeholders was very key throughout the book. It's good insight. Following up a little bit because we're talking about initially were talking a little bit about how the baby boomers and the current majority of executive rules. Do you think that millennials in Jen's ease, even want that experience that we're going to bypass English? Great entrepreneurship. Do you think they want corporate life? That is a very good question. Covert has been changing. Ah, lot of things and I'm actually we're gonna second book called The Real R A. Y return on inclusion. Yeah, I see a number of millennials and Jen's ease that are independent contractors. I mean, the vast majority of my buddies from Stanford and Berkeley. Are super entrepreneur and love that flexibility right? Like I'll give you an example made best friend. His name is Michael while he's in San Diego. He studied computer science and right one of the best computer science programs in the country, and he's like there is no way I'm gonna work it Google or Facebook? No, it was like why he's like, Well, I love the flexibility. Already have health insurance. I don't want to be a full time employee of a company. I just have my own clients and charge money up work and they can pay me even more. You know, 1 61 51 80 bucks an hour rather than working at Facebook and, you know It's It's a different mental shift and don't take me wrong. I'm not saying it's bad to work in a tech company. It's amazing of many people that are very happy there. But it's just a very different animal. Like I have a friend that works at Facebook, and he does his laundry at Facebook. He takes his pets and stuff and everything right and then he doesn't really have a life outside of a company right? So it's really analyzing the trends and demographics of different generations and what they actually want to attain. In life. Three inside. I think it's gonna be interesting to see how that plays out Speaking to folks like Steve, get again in yourself. There is this whole growing thought that even what we think about how much she's changed, they continue. Changing, and we might not recognize the face of it in a few years, so Thanks again. I love the segment we had talking about the inclusion, diversity and how we incorporate that in the intentionality that you put into your book, But once again, that's differences that make a difference. Co authored by hatred David Espinosa and Hey teenager who's the former CEO of Silicon Graphics? When we get back, we will speak more with Hayden on things that he's passionate about, and when he sees are in store for the future. You'll see this fucking military.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the show. Once again. My special guest today is my good friend Pedro David Espinosa, also known as the Robin Hood of Technology and the author of the Award winning book. Differences that make a difference. Welcome again, Pedro. Thank you very much, Keith for having me, Pedro Hell's Miami doing right now. Beautiful is in the seventies, I went to the beach at 4 30 the other day. 04 30 AM or 4:30 P.m.. PM Brother PM also right? Jen's he doesn't get up by 4 30 in the morning. I don't either, So, but it's great to have you on the show. And before we begin. I mean, you've done so much. And again. You're Jen's e. Why don't we explain first? How did you get the name? The Robin Hood, the technology. That's a good question. And it's funny. I had an interview with the Voice of America and 2017, and they were highlighting different digital tech entrepreneurs that we're going beyond the bottom line. And so you know, it was super super grateful. I'm very thankful of being here. I think they saw the work that I was doing in my first startup. Smiley go where we help nonprofits get funding from corporations. So essentially, we were like a people for Charities to get money. Sweet and that's really a lot about the brand you've built for yourself is that you really help out others and that goes back to your book. Differences that make a difference. What? You're talking about a little bit, But why don't we start with your really fascinating background? I think I read that you had start off us a total of mechanic when you're 15. Yeah. During high school I my parents very much encouraged me to learn meritocracy. And so I started interning and just getting summer jobs like a good 15 16 year old and I loved it because I got to interact. With different people from diverse backgrounds, languages, cultures of the cities and faiths, and that really helped me become more social savvy right and learn how to negotiate and interact with people from different generations. It's awesome. So in terms of where you're at right now, let's go more into your journey. So what was it? You became a mechanic? What did you do next? Yeah. Good question. So I did a like a mission trip like with my church to pump his brandy and I saw how many kids there didn't have access to a computer. Her WiFi I co founded a club in high school and step by step We're able to build. Build a library with the help of pond, Peru and other companies. And so this is what I wrote about him in college essay, And then I got accepted to Berkeley for undergrad with Merit based scholarships. And so that's how I came to the U. S. And that's how I got appointed for the first time with Silicon Valley because I had no clue what technology entrepreneurship was. And I came here when I was 18. Great. And in terms of that entrepreneurial spirit, I know you talked about it a lot. You keynote quite often. What is it made you decide to stick on the trigger pathos is going into corporate That is a great question to be very frank I when I was in school, and I went to Haas for for business school, I saw a lot of kids go to ABC, American, not American Accounting, banking consulting, which are great career paths, but at the same time, I was like how everyone's doing that. That's so mace mainstream. Why don't people the gods had twice And so Then, when I was eating brunch at a cafeteria, I randomly meet a trustee, a board member of the University, California because they miss Frank Baxter, and he was wearing an American. And, uh, your Hawaiian flag. And so I approaching the mic and I said next year when I grab lunch with you because he seemed like an important guy wearing a business suit. He's like, sure. Long story short. He was the U. S ambassador to Uruguay. He was the CEO of Geoffrey's, a global investment bank. And so We became friends. We started talking in Spanish, and he asked a lot of questions about Peru in the immigrant story, and we started this friendship and relationship that took months years. When I was fundraising for my first tech company, he was the first person to write a check outside of my friends and family. Right. So those are the kind of relationships that really will narrate your career. Especially when you're an entrepreneur. You need to raise money all the time. That's an amazing story. And I really wanna follow up on what you just stated one even though I followed two decades of judicial curved path, and now I'm actually advising starts and other companies. It's fine to not choose the Jewish improve path. I mean, you should follow your passion. And two whether or not to be or not, We are relational beings, relational people and the fact that you were able to cultivate a relationship that took time it wasnt overnight. That reaped dividends, personal dividends in that Mr Baxter was able to write your first check. So this is really an amazing story. And I think that's one that needs to be heard. Because I think especially right now, with Covered 19. People think that they can't meet in person. But you can still do things on zoom. You and I are meeting over. Zoom were actually speaking right now. And so I think that's a really great learnings When we come back in our next segment, Pedro, I want to talk about your book. There is is to make a difference. I think this is important message, especially we're at right now. Now I want to talk about other things that you're working on Syria listening to Silicon Valley Insider. I'm his chief. Two special guests is Pedro David Espinosa. Robin Hood of technology, the author of services and make a difference, and he himself was also an investor and Oscar Any questions or comments on what we're talking about, today had to find out.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now your host for Silicon Valley Insider Keith Coup. Welcome to Silicon Valley Insider because keep two on today's show. My special guest is Pedro David Espinosa. Who is the author of the book difference to make a difference in which he co wrote with Jorge Teenager, the former something graphic CEO in which they interviewed over 175 luminaries. Including Eric Schmidt, Dan Shulman and Reed Hastings. So don't go away from this week's Tech news. Some of the biggest news is that X R P or ripple, the third largest held crypto currency is being delisted by crypto exchanges like coin base because of a ruling by the SEC. That they violated security exchange laws by offering and $1.3 billion unlisted security way back when they they're I C e O. Also in big But don't use Bitcoin top, its highest ever and $28,000 a coin. Amazon reported record breaking holiday season with over 1.5 billion deliveries. And the Max 7 37 is now back in production. This is the plane that Boeing makes that had a couple of years ago, I had to Tragic accidents in which 346 people died in order to prove the air worthiness of the aircraft, the actual CEO of American Airlines Robert Isom was reportedly on the maiden voyage of the relaunched Boeing maximum three sevens. Late breaking news. Apple Amazon Tesla, all accused of using illegal Chinese forced labor from the Xinjiang province, which is where a lot of controversy over the Uighurs, a Muslim population in China. All three companies have denied any knowledge or to their knowledge that forced labor is happening. And that all three companies have said that they have a zero tolerance policy. In local Silicon Valley Tech news. Veum, where filed suit over new tonics because there Newly named C over new tonics. Regime. Rahm Asami. Was formerly the C O of the M where and when, and where is claiming that by taking the new position of CEO without notifying game where that he intended to do so? That is a breach of confidentiality. So v. M. Where is trying to block Rajiv Masami from taking over the CEO position. Many analysts think that this case will have no merit, but it'll be yet to be played out in the courts, and that's the techniques the week.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mike. And I just want to underline maybe triple underline I tell a size triple exclamation point. We love hearing from you listeners so Do that, Whatever. We're always game for it always game for it Always game for it and Bob Ferguson is our engineer back at the station. So we are broadcasting from home today. I'm from my my newish basement studio and Collins at his his house and This is something that we're going to do going forward. So today we want to remind everyone we're on from 6 to 7. But going forward starting next week with the show moves up in our we start at 5 A.m. 5 to 6 in the morning is the new time slot for outside the loop. WGN radio going forward that starts next week. So Lou Manfredini expands his show. How smarts radio, which is great, We love Lou. And so if you tune in looking for outside the loop Next time during next week. I should say during this time slot It's going to be Lou. So you get up a little earlier. And of course, get the podcast of the show. I don't know. I don't know if you consider yourself handy. Where were somewhat handy, But lose the guy you want to go to. There were just about the other stuff going on Chicago where everything else that maybe you don't talk about a ton. I don't know, Mike. I've I've never opened for a major act before. I'll say that. You know, I wanted to be a musician when I was a kid, and I never had that that great. I don't know gig that we were opening for some like big name band, but I feel like opening for Lou. You know our new time slot. So the arrangement that we have I feel like we're we're on a world tour if you will, and were the opening act for for like the boss or something, You know, I mean, flu is the boss. I like it. He is, But you know what? Here's the thing about Lou. He's very cool, like he's not some pretentious rock star. The way he is on the radio in public is the way he is off the mike and, you know, so it's not like we can't make eye contact with him, which I get. I guess we can't because we're not in the same building going forward because we're doing this from home. But you know what I'm saying. Right. He was born to run were born to run. It works. It's a nice partnership. Strap your hands across my engines as the boss would say, right? I don't know anymore. Springsteen references so I'm tapped out. I'm done. Fair enough. Fair enough. That is a Springsteen reference, though We'll just move on. Look lot. Pasadena. You heard Eric there the intro. Um, Colin, you know this, And if you listen to the show listener, you know this too. Um, I love that place. It's I used to live right over there in the East Ukrainian village and La Pasadena was my Go to Taco place, and it still is when I roll through the neighborhood at 11 30 north Ashland, right at Ashland and division. Colin 2020 Man, It's coming to get us lot. Pasadena is putting the building where it is currently on the market. So There will be no more positive to is what you're saying. We don't know, according to the news reports that I am getting here. The family, the Espinosa family who do a great great job because revenues were down 50%. They were working with a skeleton crew as the owner David Espinosa. Junior says that were in survival mode. They're going to sell the building. They don't know what's going to happen to the building. So maybe I mean, look, if it's the East Ukrainian village, I'm guessing it's going to be some sort of condo building some sort of high rise, but If you want to get that building, maybe you could keep La Pasadena on the first floor. That's not out of the question, but I don't know. Well, I'm I'm sorry. This is not great news around the holiday for you, Mike. How are you feeling with this news? I'm feeling pretty pretty banged up, Of course, nothing in comparison to I'm sure what the owner's family is feeling. This is obviously very, very difficult time. But Boy. I mean, there used to be three of these three lap. Pasadena's on that corner. I guess the story goes that you know years ago, like in the seventies, when The owner's father, the current owner's father, Bob, you know, bought the place. He opened up another spot across the street because he was here to pay like, you know, protection fees to the mob. That area was kind of rough. It's definitely changed. It's definitely gentrified. But He opened up another place across the street, just in case anything were to happen. That's a great story. I love that story, so well, Hopefully, this is just a restructuring. Whatever you wanna call it, just like weathering of the storm. And in 2021, we're going to see possibly to back somewhere. I sure hope so. I sure hope so. By the way, if we want to buy it, Colin, we could buy and save the business. The building is going for $10 million You know, I, um Don't have that. Yeah. I don't either. I mean, especially after Christmas, which, by the way, do we even say Happy holidays? Merry Christmas to everybody. Happy holidays and Merry Christmas. I hope it was a good one. And I hope that this Christmas season finds all the local businesses who are struggling. You know, hopefully get a little bit of us some sort of reprieve from all this and You know if it's your taco stand if it's your bar if it's your favorite local haunts, see if you can help him out, especially during this holiday season. And Kahlan..

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"david espinosa" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Cool. Thank you need to realize that you david you and craig are my birthday present. Where your birthday present. Yes craig's evil downstream for member. Oh that's right that's right. You may want to unwrap me. I just to put me to the side. He's the real. Yeah and trust you. Don't want either one of his jumping out of a birthday cake. Not at all. Not even even if you've been doing like eight to ten shots in a row no we. We ate jumping. I'm telling you that we did that once and it was a big mistake. I'm totally was. I think in daycare ever all. I still have it in my pants. I want some whatever. I'll say that. This is david espinosa. He's our pizza guy. A pizza boy. You know we have we. We have a lot of fun talking to you. Folks we appreciate you bringing this on so We'll get back to your interview. i apologize. it's great falls. Hello we're here. Oh though Go have that new one that just come out the crumbs. Yes go ahead david well the crumbs is about a doctor who very long ago in the eighteen hundred discovered a serum that stops the aging process and he was laughed out of the medical community has a hoax He lose the grow across the great pond to the united states and they find themselves having a bed and breakfast in the unfortunately they include him his mother and their daughter and they soon to be caretaker leather. They run the in in the woods and unfortunately unsuspecting visitors the trespasses those without a reservation are subject to the of dr benjamin from and the it kind of goes from there It's kinda creepy. I the best that we've got. I think anyway if i could speak for craig. I probably shouldn't. But if i ran the best car we've gotten is that At the end of the field despite how quickly these people are.

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"david espinosa" Discussed on House of #EdTech

House of #EdTech

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"david espinosa" Discussed on House of #EdTech

"Or jonrowe okay so when you ain't entertainment what are you going to pick not for this question. I snuck that went. I'm sorry this is always the hardest one for me. Because i get to read so many more books now because of audio books. Oh my gosh. They are just the most amazing thing in the world will. I'm a super super slow reader. And i cannot sit still for anything so you think. English degree wasn't a really horrible experience especially Class i hated that extra super fat. You got paid by the word. Yes you did hear crossing street. But i so i i recently devoured frown in people like us in both of those are amazing and there are different types of amazing 'em grown is realistic tiffany jackson and dealing with rape culture and all kinds of horrific things that a young black girl does experience. It's not like in your face so it's just very very magically and the girl that did the audio for it was phenomenal. I was really last to get to lessen too early on and grown as newer book that was like just recently september right. Yes yes it. And i got on that sector but like anything. Tiffany jackson laugh. But i really have been impressed with realistic fiction. Turn the past few years. It's it's definitely not like it was when we were going to school realistic fiction. I would never ever pick up that. This book on the new david espinosa. Have you read that one. i don't. i'm not sure which one is that. One okay then. David espinosa by fred sivas. Oh so this is why that that's where i live He is frustrated with his size. Is a very linke individual. And he winds up getting slashed but because of his lack of strength and size makes it like fall in pass out and a kicks video of it and it goes viral. So he is really really frustrated and decides he is waiting. Change all this the end. He does a little bit of research not the way that we would tell a kid to research because his research told him that over the summer he can gain twenty five pounds of muscle. And that's what he sets forth to deal with fines out. He can't do it naturally. is and so it deals with the path of his life with those choices interesting. Yeah i've seen that. I've seen the cover. I've now seen that. And i definitely obscene cover. I have not read it but it is on my good routes list so yes i'll bet a little higher definitely needs to redick because it's cautionary but not preachy. So i love that combination that my ambre and my john half sydney seem cronk. I really love ceiling. that's awesome..

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