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Pilots at United picket for higher pay as pressure builds before summer travel season
"Pilots at United Airlines picketed for higher pay at major airports from coast to coast. They were wearing their pilots uniforms, hat included holding signs that read families first fix our schedules and four years past due. We've reached a point where management is stuck on denial and delay. And we're frustrated. Pilot Garth Thompson was at O'Hare airport in Chicago. Pilots like arzu delp in San Francisco say united should reward them for helping the airline survive the pandemic. And we feel it is now time for the company to step to the plate. And to give us a contract, acknowledging the sacrifices and the contributions that we have made. A united spokesman says they're working with the pilot union on a deal, a strike is an unlikely, but pilots at American and Southwest have voted to authorize strikes, Delta Air Lines reached a deal with its pilots earlier this year. I'm Ed Donahue
"delta air lines" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"It will use new technology to open space on board flight so children can sit with an adult in their party without paying a fee in economy over a Delta Air Lines they've been blocking seats recently to help families sit together. Alex stone, EBC news. In Brazil, three dozen people are dead, 40 others are missing after heavy flooding and landslides. 2400 people have been evacuated from regions of the country due to damage from heavy rains. The markets were closed today as Wall Street observes president's day. This is ABC News. Northwest traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Kimi Klein. On the west side of the hood canal, we had some trees come down on highway one O one near eagle creek road near Malthus three 24, the roadway was blocked by DOT says it's been cleared in traffic is getting by again. In batha, we have a rollover collision that's been blocking eastbound malt B ro just east of Steve rod 5 T 7, so expect some delays while tow trucks trying to get that van out of the way, near sea sac, we have a stall on southbound I 5 at south 200 blocking the right lane. You could still see an instant on the shoulder of southbound four O 5 as D rod 5G 7 causing a minor snag. It's not too bad there. In fact, most of our freeways are moving along pretty well right now, but we can definitely tell the drivers are headed back from their long weekend because it's starting to fill in on westbound highway two around the sultan area as he passed the sultan basin road. The support sponsored by mattress firm, mattress firms presidents day sale is here, get a king bed for a queen price and save it to $700 on select mattresses from top brands. Your next northwest traffic at one 14. And now your forecast sponsored by northwest crawlspace services. High winds and heavy mountain snow all with the next incoming winter storm tonight, there could be some localized power outages across the puget sound lowlands, and near whiteout conditions developing over the cascade passes through Tuesday, then we see a rush of much colder air Tuesday night bringing in the snow level down to sea level and to expect snow showers across
"delta air lines" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Judy Francis. I just got off the phone right now with somebody who wanted, I guess they were booking on Delta Air Lines and they're coming down hard on fake service animals now. But they need to. It annoys me so much. I mean, I have to tell you, so many people come to my office and say, oh, you know, he's going to be raised a service dog. And it's wonderful when it's justified, and it's real, but other times it's just, it just makes me sad for those people that really need it. I'm so glad you brought that up. Doctor Debbie, because I saw that story too on the delta story that too many, what do they like cracking down on them now? They have to hand in their documents. But what documents really? Are they documents from the veterinarian? Where are these documents? Because there's no registration or certification or accreditation for service animals. In February, they want a letter from your medical care provider. But they don't define who that is. Is it your chiropractor or your physical assistant or physician's assistant? Is it a psychologist? So it's kind of out there. Okay, well, you know, you can always spot these animals. They say their service animals, but they're too interested in other animals and people in distracted and they're sometimes they're aggressive. They said that their dog behavior incidents had gone up 84%. Just one year. Yeah, there had been bites. There had been dogs pooping and peeing on the carpet. They're throwing up as well. All kinds of different things that you just, you know, you don't normally see what guide dogs are true service animals have what they can be dogs. Miniature horses and I think there's one other one, isn't there? Pigs, turkeys? No, no, no, no, no, no, there's been all kinds. Well, you know what? I always encourage you if you're going to fly and you're taking your animal, definitely take them on board in the cabin and not below. But pay for it. You can get them in there. It's not that you can't get them in there. You just have to pay for it, like everybody else does. And that can range from one to $200. Just like the same price as your plane ticket even. But putting them underneath, I hear too many stories about temperature problems, climate problems. Well, you just don't have control of your destination, where you're flying and you're not flying the ship. Okay, we're going to head to the phones. What do you have coming up this hour, Lori? We're going to talk about this story that has been on social media a lot lately. Again, I thought we had gotten rid of it with the truth about it. But we're going to tell you the truth once again. About this social media approach that people keep saying, we'll kill your dog this one product, and it's not true. Oh, and this is a product I even use, and I totally freaked out when I saw this online, but I bet you did. We'll see. It might be fake news. And we'll see if it is. Fake news reports. Thank you, Hal Trump. I wrote a how are you doing? Oh, okay. How are you? Good, where are you today? Well, I live in a town where California. Oh, Santa Maria. Santa Maria, I like the ship, you know? I know it well. It's just south of but we don't live in a ship, but anyway. But it would be nice if he did. Occasionally, except when rough seas. What would be cool because you've traveled the world and it always have your home there. So, you know, yeah. Did he benefit? Anyway. So what's going on with your animals? Well, bottom line, we had two cats. One smooth and one jazz. John named them both. And it doesn't sound like you're happy about that. Oh no, it's just a real cutesy. No, they're fine. The end of July, jazz died. He was three years younger than smoke, so we did expect it. But then since I did have a cat because jazz certain animals seemed to favor certain people, so smooth seems to warm up to John and jazz seem to warm up to me. So when my cat died, jazz, we only had one cat, which seems to be more inclined to sit and John's, my husband's lap. Well, I didn't have a lap cat anymore. And I missed it. So we went over to the shelter, I did. And chose sweeter. And he's three years old. But the problem is to get to the bottom line is they call it love bites. When I squeak her a lot, he'll bite me. And how do I stop it? Stop petting him. Stop. I'm giving it really kind of just short answers here. But yeah, so cats, every cat has a little different level of how much contact and stimulation they can tolerate before they hit that point of love bite. Right away, he'll get on my lap, and he'll bite me right before I even petted him. And he initiated, he got in my lap, he wants me to pet him, and then he goes down low like when I have bear legs and he knits at me. And then he wants more pity. Yeah. It basically, if you think of it as a progression of just like normal petting. So normal petting is kind of just the way we show affection to a cat. But that can be too much where then the key will then turn to the love bite. Usually what I'll say is whatever happening right before the love bite is what we need to address. So if it's him jumping on your lap, that may not be permitted. So it may need to be that, hey, I'll play with you, but I'll play you with you in a contact way where I'm not, you're not sitting in my lap. When you can't nips and bites, the thing you don't want to do is you don't want to yell at them. You can't discipline a cat for a love bite. The other thing is that you don't want to try not as hard not to do this. But you want to try to not yank your hand away because that further kind of makes the game. So cats, there are all about chasing. So if you pull your hand away and go, ow, you've just made it a game, and now they're going to come even more so with interest at your hands. So it's hard when you're getting nibbled to not do that, but just kind of keep that in mind as well. Okay, the other problem is he insists on jumping on the kitchen counter when I'm preparing food and I'm afraid one time it'll jump and the food will go everywhere. Yeah, not only that, but I've had cats get burns if they land on a hot surface. So yeah. So there's different strategies to keep a cat off of countertops for tables. I believe we just talked about last week about one thing called a scat mat, which is a little static mat that you can't put it on your cooking surface, but you can put it on other surfaces that aren't being utilized. And it gives a static Y kind of charge when they put their paws up there. So it kind of teaches them, hey, I don't really think this is a great place to go. And then other things would be there's other types of deterrents you can have little cans of canned air. That you can press here. Yeah. You can do that, or even squirt guns as well. Where you're just kind of squirting water. We have all the hard work for us. That's why they want to do that one. But the air one's good. And it doesn't hurt if we accidentally get it too close. Afraid about the eyes about air pressure and get it close. Yeah, you shouldn't be scoring it at the head. But I did that technique with my little kitty that I had with me for a couple of months and she looked at that back door and just like, I want to go out there. So we basically just, my husband sat outside with a little air compressed air and waited for her to take one step towards the threshold and it took maybe three times of having just the sound. She never heard her never touched her, and she just had that, okay, I'm not going to go out there, you know, bad things happen out there. I'm just going to stay where I'm at. So it can definitely work. So you just have to properly time it. So that's the trick. So when he's on in the kitchen counter, could we try canned air? Yes, as long as you're not certain situation. Yeah. And we don't want the cat to already be up there and walking around because then you're just harassing the cat. Once he's getting up there is
Pew Research: Black Americans Did Not Have Trouble Voting in Georgia
"A few months after the Jim Crow two laws in Georgia were put in place And we have a brand new Pew Research poll here written by my colleague Spencer Brown over at town hall again town hall knocking it out of the park You remember that those laws actually compelled Major League Baseball in one of the most disgraceful things you will ever see They pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta In response to the election integrity laws that were put in place Coca-Cola longtime corporate headquarters in Atlanta spoke out against an American Airlines Delta Air Lines United Airlines all spoke against it Jim Crow two Well Pew Research poll is in So what actually happened in George's election that just happened under Jim Crow two Election integrity election security you know laws that make it harder to cheat but still make it easier to vote Number one the turnout was through the roof We already know that we saw that But even more than that what percentage of black voters had trouble voting in Georgia in 2022 What percentage Was it 5% of black voters said that they had obstacles in their way 10% 2% 3% How about 0% Have you ever seen a poll where the answer is 0% You could ask Americans If Elvis Presley is alive And you'll get more than 0% to say you betcha he's alive
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There were about 30 BioTech companies in the early 90s in New Jersey, about 80 and 1998. Today, there are more than 400, and that growth continues, and it's come from every possible angle, other countries, other states, they've spun out of our academic institutions, as well as our BioTech and our pharma companies, and we expect that growth to continue long into the future. And NG IT is a pipeline for talent for companies for entrepreneurs to do that important work. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology, learn more at nj IT dot EDU. This is a Bloomberg money minute, early gains evaporated on Wall Street as economic fears returned. It followed a report that Apple plans to slow hiring in anticipation of a weakening economy. Down industrials fell 216, the S&P dropped 32, the NASDAQ sank 92. IBM saw its best sales growth in over a decade during the second quarter, up 9% from last year. It saw strong demand for mainframe computers, consulting, and cloud services, all positive signs amid concerns of a pullback in tech spending. Home builders haven't been this down on the market since the start of the pandemic. A monthly index of builder sentiment is at a more than two year low as inflation and higher interest rates drive some would be buyers to the sidelines. Buyers are kicking the tires on new planes from Boeing and Airbus at this week's farnborough airshow, Boeing announced an order from Delta Air Lines for 107 37 max jets, Larry kofsky, Bloomberg radio
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Near you Berg money minute high prices and surging borrowing costs may be throwing cold water on the red hot housing market The government says sales of new homes fell in March to a four month low We'll find out today how the home resale market is doing pending home sales and indicator of resale purchase contract signings are also expected to show a march decline in a report due this morning Near record gasoline prices are expected to take a big bite out of our summer travel budgets but Valero Energy thinks most of us will grin and bear it The nation's second largest fuel maker says higher wages and larger personal savings should keep people on the road You might get an extra smile from the flight attendants as you board your next Delta Air Lines flight in a break with industry practice delta will begin paying its flight attendants when boarding begins rather than starting the clock when the plane store closes Larry koskey Bloomberg radio Breaking news first Or if Ukraine Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov warns the risk of nuclear war is real Queen's president has a game called for more weapons Russia has started what it calls its second phase of the war Volodymyr zelensky reiterated his country's resolve to fight the Russian forces Secretary blinken says Ukraine will prevail on the battlefield For the latest headlines in the effect on the market Stay with Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Inovalon.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Need Rates are low earnings are pretty good Along with the insides you didn't know you needed I'm walking my dog when I'm taking Steve around the blocks Steve is myself Yes Steve Bloomberg markets with Paul's weenie and Matt Miller My dream scenario is that Paul sells his house then the bubble bursts and then I can find one We do mornings at ten eastern Never met Steve On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is a Bloomberg money minute It was a day of almost nonstop selling on Wall Street as stocks fell to a 6 week low investors are growing fearful that corporate profits will suffer as the fed battles through stop inflation The Dow industrials plunged 8 O 9 the S&P tumbled one 21 the NASDAQ skidded 5 14 Even as the value of your portfolio shrinks the value of your home keeps growing The S&P CoreLogic case shiller home price index jumped more than 20% in February versus a year ago Need help with your iPhone iPad or other Apple product there may be fewer people to help when you visit an Apple store Sources say Apple has slowed hiring for its genius tech support jobs leaving some unfilled after employee departures Delta Air Lines is putting a little extra in its flight attendance paychecks It will start paying them when boarding begins instead of when the plane doors closed Larry kofsky Bloomberg radio Yeah what you doing with your phone Taking pictures No I'm asking questions Like what Hey booboo Do flowers have best Friends I'm sorry I'm.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash From Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie Delta Air Lines suspending a marketing agreement with aeroflot Russia's national airline after the country invaded Ukraine withdrawal of the code sharing accord which is an industry practice that lets passengers book a multi carrier trip through one airline is effective immediately according to Delta Tell airline shares they're up right now by 3.1% taking part in a broad based rally indeed we're seeing down transports up today by 2.8% Russell 2000 right now up by 1.9% that has stacked 100 index up by 1.2% in line with nez stack NASDAQ composite index up right now by 1.24% S&P 500 Index running GIP function on the Bloomberg best level of the day right now up 91 points higher by 2.1% We've got the Dow up 843 higher now by 2.5% Ten year yield 1.99% gold down $15 retreating 8 cents a 1% to 1888 and we have got crude West Texas intermediate down 1.9% 91 O 8 a barrel Brent down 2.2% 96 94 barrel Equities surging as mixed economic data and uncertainty due to Russia's war in Ukraine causes traders to pull back on bets of the fed will aggressively be hiking rates next month I'm Charlie palette that David Weston is a Bloomberg business.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the east coast flights are being canceled all over the country as a result thanks to a winter storm But things are a little better now than they were earlier At last checked the flight tracking website flight aware reports more than 2400 flights canceled or delayed within into or out of the U.S. American Airlines and JetBlue canceled almost 40% of their Friday flights around the country Delta Air Lines is asking for the federal government to help with unruly passengers Brian shook has the very latest CEO Ed Bastian sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice asking to put unruly passengers on the national no fly list He says the move would show their zero tolerance for any behavior that interferes with flight safety Bastion noted there has been a 100% increase of unruly passengers since 2019 If someone's on the no fly list they are prohibited from traveling by any commercial air carrier I'm Brian shook The CDC is considering advising a delay for the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine The new recommendation would put the gap between the two doses at 8 weeks While there's no official vote on the matter CDC chair doctor rice Lee says the delay is being considered as a guidance for the agency And the mayor of Minneapolis is banning almost all no knock warrants following the death of a 22 year old black man a mere Locke was shot and killed in a pre dawn raid on Wednesday morning Never would I have imagined that I would be standing up here talking about the execution of my son By the Minneapolis police department His mother Karen well said her son was a law abiding citizen who did everything he was supposed to do He was reportedly asleep and in possession of a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot by police And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Some lawmakers are looking to create a 9 11 style commission to investigate the origin of and the U.S. response to COVID Washington state Democrat patty Murray and North Carolina Republican Richard burr released a draft of the prevent pandemics act last week It would set up a 12 member task force to hold hearings with power to subpoena witnesses to testify A Virginia county jail must close for a short time due to COVID Rebecca Hubbard has the details The camel county jail is temporarily closing due to COVID Officials made the announcement today citing a rise in positive coronavirus cases and struggles to safely house prisoners at the adult detention center in rustburg around 120 inmates will be transferred to other correctional facilities within the blue ridge regional jail authority which also includes Lynchburg as well as Amherst Bedford and Halifax counties I'm Rebecca Hubbard The popular spooky book franchise goosebumps will soon find itself on TV screens once again Variety reports that Disney+ has picked up a live action series based on.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The video right on the TV rights you need to get the websites you need to get to social media accounts And you need to make sure that you can get the same name for all of these things And in trademarks in particular the trademark is only for a specific type of good That's why for instance you can have Delta faucets and Delta Air Lines because there are different companies in different areas but they still have the Delta name So when you have the Washington football team or any football team you have to have that name that can be used for cups and hats and clothing and software and products that football teams or any sports teams use for branding purposes And you see that they just had a minefield that they had to go through They explained that minefield in the video and they have their chief legal officer Damon Jones explaining why they couldn't use a fan favorite name which was wolves or red wolves Yeah it is a minefield There's variations of the name wolves for a lot of products and you want to make sure that you have those clear rights Trademark is something used by the brand owner to protect their property Once the trademark is registered you have a lot of legal rights to shut off counterfeiters And you want to make sure you have that registration You can get a common law trademark anybody can have that there's millions of them but you want to have that registered trademark and the patent trademark office will only give it if it's unique and only for that good So you want to have the trademark registered for anything you're going to sell And there's only so many words in the English language that would attract football players apparently Thanks so that's Susan decker Bloomberg patents reporter Coming up some judges opinions are getting downright nasty This is Bloomberg.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Which could be good news That's very good news Thank you so much to critic Gupta for that report on the markets Coming up we talk with former U.S. ambassador China max baucus but the China zero tolerance policy for COVID This is bound to power on Bloomberg television and on radio This is a Bloomberg all right we're at home with Claire who is warming up for a bit of boxer's eyes Yep she's welcomed in the new year with a fancy new workout setup Look at that Branded punch back with matching gloves And a gorgeous coordinated athleisure So coordinated She is working out and working it Well with prices this good on designer workout gear how couldn't she Wow She's back on the sofa With her feet in an excellently bright football Iconic Get those toes to Marshall's fabulous brands Feel good prices at Marshalls The omicron variant is doing to Delta Air Lines what the delta variant couldn't do forcing the carrier to drastically cut back its earnings forecast The airline now says the rapidly spreading new variant resulting in 8000 employees catching the virus over the past four weeks will delay a recovery and travel by two months or more and contribute to a first quarter loss But delta says the setback will not derail its expectation to remain profitable for the rest of the year Although the global grounding of Boeing 7 37 max was lifted last month China hasn't yet let the plane get back in the air but Bloomberg is reporting that it's nearing a return to regular service within weeks That's helping boost shares of Boeing up almost 4% China was the first nation to ground the max in 2019 following two deadly crashes in 5 months Stock indexes are splitting it with tech shares holding back a mostly positive performance across other sectors Dow gaining a quarter.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Mary admitted that this season left him more embarrassed than ever before he said every time he thought they hit rock bottom It got worse He admits he has to earn the trust of giant stance Trump stashed our Bloomberg sports Nathan John thank you it is 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stocks and some of the names moving in the pre market with Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent creedy Gupta starting off with some breaking earnings news pulling into the arrival gate creedy Yeah absolutely We're getting delta numbers just crossing the wire here DAL is your take or the share is spiking 2.9% just to have 3% This comes after they report a loss thinks that omikron surge but expecting to make a recovery ordinarily Nathan that would mean that the stock is supposed to drop right That's the gut instinct But the EPS actually came in at 22 cents the consensus estimate on the lower end was about 14 cents So the fact that they were able to do that plus the keeping in mind that obi con is kind of the cases are dropping So you are seeing this idea that perhaps investors are looking through what they see as a temporary setback That being said there was also upgraded to a positive by Susquehanna before the earnings came out saying in the note that the base case now assumes a fuller unlocking of high margin businesses and long haul into the back half of 2022 So once again delta shares DAL actually now crossing 3% in the pre market Nathan let's just stick with airlines and I should say the aerospace industry here because Boeing as well is also thriving this morning Boeing BA is your ticker up also about 3% in the pre market This comes after the 7 37 max looks to be resuming service in China as soon as this month This has been a major driver for the stock bow and gets a good chunk of their business from China and 7 37 max has actually been grounded since 2019 there So good news over there Boeing Let's move over to the BioTech space so verb biotechnology VIR getting a boost this morning up just shy of 7% following a series of analysts notes that have said shed some positive optimism on the course follows news from yesterday that the U.S. government said it would buy 600,000 additional doses of verbal technologies COVID antibody treatment that they've developed with GlaxoSmithKline Nathan Now of course earnings season really kicks off tomorrow How are those bank stocks doing this morning They're actually up quite a bit And it tells you that there's a little bit of optimism here going into those earnings of course JPMorgan and city among others also reporting first thing in the morning tomorrow But take a look at what Bank of America shares are doing BAC for example is a proxy I'm going to use for bank stocks widely up 7 tenths of a percent and remember banks were actually the underperformer of yesterday's session So seeing a little bit of reversing those losses from yesterday but also perhaps a little bit of optimism ahead of tomorrow's earnings All right Bloomberg radio and TV markets corresponded pretty good to where they're going to be very busy tomorrow when we get those bank earnings starting to roll in As we take a look at stocks as a whole ahead of this morning's open and the release of producer prices futures are giving back some of their gains S&P futures right now are up just about two points down futures up 40 NASDAQ futures still hanging in there but only by about four points Ten year treasury down one 32nd the yield 1.74% yield on the two year .91% Bitcoin $43,720 You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Mario Gabelli you could save big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive But when we just come out and say it it feels like it falls a bit flat So we're going to use humor But we don't want anyone soldier intelligence so nothing to goofy And we need to avoid.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Look back SAIC quickly and securely migrates large scale workloads to the cloud With the confidence you need to assure your mission Learn more at SAIC dot com slash cloud Money minute inflation will once again loom large on Wall Street today a day after consumer prices posted their biggest annual increase since 1982 7% A year earlier the government reports this morning on December wholesale prices and their expected to be even worse surging nearly 10% from last year It's a sign that retail inflation may stay red hot at least for now While street was expecting yesterday's ugly inflation report and stocks took it in stride the major averages edged higher gaining no more than two tenths of 1% Delta Air Lines reports fourth quarter earnings before the market opens and Wall Street will be listening closely to what it has to say about the outlook for summer travel There will also be lots of interest in delta's forecast for business travel which accounted for about half of its 2019 passenger revenue Lowry costy Bloomberg radio The world's financial decision makers connect on the Bloomberg terminal The buy side and the sell side together Collaborating across markets and countries in real time sharing ideas negotiating trades and forming an influential network of over 325,000.
"delta air lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The CEOs of American Express and Delta Air Lines on how consumers are still hungry for those airline miles First up though the new year brings a new leader for Johnson & Johnson with Joaquin duato stepping in as CEO on Monday We had a chance to talk to the company's outgoing chief executive Alex gorsky for his exit interview I think the saying goes the days are long the years are fast And that's certainly been the case I can hardly believe that I started with the company as a sales representative back in 1988 and never dreamed that I'd be able to be in this role let alone for a decade And there's so many things that have changed during that period but I think the one that's perhaps most remarkable is just the science the technology and the advancements that we made at that time And I can remember very clearly in 1988 when I joined HIV was just really beginning to be understood And I think at that time if you were diagnosed with HIV you may be perhaps had several years to live and today much due to the medications and the great advances in treatment things like HIV are almost like chronic disease And so there's still much more that we need to do but just seeing the incredible progress that we made in science and technology during that period gives me great hope for the future It's such an important part of our lives all of our lives and a part of our economy as you know the government gets involved in a pretty regularly How is the government regulation intervention in healthcare changed over the period of time Well David you're right I mean if you think about healthcare it's really a reflection on our society in so many ways And it's about 20% of our economy here in the United States depending where you are in the world It's somewhere between ten and 20% It makes up I believe about every one out of 8 or ten jobs in this country And I think what really makes it unique of course is that it touches each one of us personally whether it's ourselves or parents or children or loved ones we're all going to use the healthcare system at some point in our life And so I think clearly there's an important role for government but I think what makes our system particularly unique here in the United States is by having this public private partnership In an area where we use the free market but we also use that to catalyze innovation in having them work together in that way I think is so important Look I think going forward we certainly learn from COVID the importance of strong resilient global public health systems I think that's a very important role for government Getting to different parts of the system to talk better together to be better coordinated especially with some of the use of the new technology is also very very important So innovation is so critically important The private sector really has led to a large degree Are you concerned that the government's getting two interests in some ways We're talking for example about regulating the price of prescription drugs Is that a bad idea Well it's a very careful balance Because certainly what we found over the last decade whether it's what we've done with HIV what we're doing with cancers what we're doing with the pandemic is the importance of innovation And if the industry had not invested literally billions of dollars during that time we would never be in the position where we are today So I think well I certainly understand the pressure on costs that we all face and that we'll continue to face going into the future based upon demographics delayed or deferred care making sure that we have that careful balance that continues to foster innovation for that next round of breakthroughs while also making sure that we're truly extracting the value and the right way of our system is going to be critical for policy makers to be working on Come the first of the year Johnson & Johnson is going to have a new leader in a new CEO walking into auto Give us a sense of what advice you have for him Are you going to leave a letter in your desk for him Well that's a great question First of all let me say I couldn't be more proud to have Joaquin be my successor I mean this is a real global leader somebody who's very well versed with our credo strong values based servant based leader that I've worked with for more than several decades And he's been experienced across our different businesses and functions at Johnson & Johnson for a long long time And you know as I think about the letter the advice that I would have him more than anything else David it would be to keep the cradle in mind And that if you follow that credo balancing those stakeholders those constituencies between the patients and consumers who depend on us our employees the communities where we live and work and serve And yes the discipline of rigor of the responsibility to our shareholders you'll never make a bad decision Looking forward to 2022 you're not going to have to worry about Johnson & Johnson You'll have other things to worry about But what is the biggest concern you have going forward in the new year Well look I think as we head into 2022 I think it's tremendous opportunity And look I still think obviously we're navigating our way through the pandemic And there's likely to be twists and turns in ups and downs That being said I'm optimistic based upon what we're seeing with the signs and the technology But I do think that there are warning signs out there whether it's inflation whether it's other political events around the world that we've got to keep our eye on because I think that there is so much opportunity as we work our way through this when you think about some of the pent up demand it's really incumbent upon world leaders or for business leaders I think this could be a really golden moment And I'd hate to see it go to waste if we don't put our best foot forward That's Johnson & Johnson's outgoing CEO Alex gorsky Coming up for the first time on air.
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"delta air lines" Discussed on The Drill Down
"What is next you'll down. Let's look at berkeley lights. Berkeley lights trades under b. l. i. shares rose on the seven percent today but they've tumbled seventy two percent over the past twelve months at berkeley lights as struggled and was a subject of some critical coverage from a short selling firm called scorpion capital. Berkeley lights responded Scorpion capital by increasing some of their guidance. In scorpion capital came back in a series of tweets. Today who explain why the berkeley lights news. What maybe wasn't as good as it may have seemed. I'm going to try to present the both. Those are fairly. If i can. I'm sure that both bad me afterwards but Berkeley lights is a company that tries to create these modules to help scientists understand cells. Look at cells of import cells culture those cells assay them an export the enter in the information using light panels to move the cells into a position in a place that can really understand What what is in those cells and what's happening to the cells and berkeley lights. They sell these machines for about two million dollars each. They changed their process for selling the machines and they're kind of leasing machines out or through a different process of sales that made it look like we'll wait. Maybe the market isn't as big as you thought. Maybe customers aren't willing to pay two million bucks for these machines so escort being capital. That was one of their criticisms of what's happening in berkeley light suggests the machines just weren't great interview with much customers saying machines weren't as good as as as somebody might have thought but the company guiding towards Twenty four million in revenues for the third quarter might make tough for them to get to their their end results and guided results for the year. At least that was the accusation by scorpion capital. And saying you know what did they do to get orders. At the end of the quarter we put our out our critical story about them in the middle of september. Did they just start cutting prices and lowering prices in order to make the quarter nor not you know. Make scorpion capitals a analytical critique. Look faulty if berkeley leads of course lower their prices. Maybe they get a bunch of sales even if it wasn't a lot of profitability into the unit profitability into the end of the quarter But i thought it was also interesting to see at the same time to hear the ceo out there on the road meeting with investors and talking about different ways it changed their business model of selling straight to customers and instead may be renting or finding partners the companies don't have to come out and put the full two million out there era ceo. Eric hubs insisting this isn't a change in our business plan your again. it's it's not a switch. there's a smaller complementary route or customers access our technology again. You know we thought about who could benefit from from the tech actress. This is where we saw customers. Who was coming to brake lights that you know. They had seven to ten million dollars from the bank and and taking two million dollars out of the bank and putting it down on a you know didn't didn't seem like to do with them and their awards and so you know. This access capability now gives them a model allows him to actress technology. So when you're looking at a business it's doing you know seventy eight million dollars in revenues for the last twelve months you know a two million dollar unit purchase to get a couple more in the quarter is a pretty big swing and could make a difference for them. They'll quarter we'll see when they report results but Definitely this is one to keep an eye on because you've got some real strong charges coming against the company and the company trying to refute them. Maybe not completely. I coming up. We've got a really interesting conversation with a really interesting company. That for very long time has been trying to create a new way to move information on the internet. They haven't quite got there yet. We'll talk to light with logic. Ceo dr michael levy withdrawn continue drill down brought to you by brain trust global talent network imagines highly skilled technical freelancers with the world's most reputable brands brain trust. Plans like bank of america. Goldman sachs porsche. Under armor more agile teams fast fraction of the cost visit. Braintrust dot com. That's n. t. r. us dot com to learn more. Welcome back to the drill down podcast. We're joined right now. By michael levy he is the ceo of lightwave logic and Glad to have you on. Thanks for coming by. So what is with logic. What do you guys do. So we're company that's based in colorado and we make what is known as optical modulator devices. These are devices that they get used in the internet. You know the internet way. You have here Traffic where you go onto different internet sites where you're working from home run. A video platform devices. Switched light really fast. You do it also a low power. So why is this. Interesting is because the odd devices if they can switch light really fast and you can send internet traffic along faster. And so we've all really so suffered through the pandemic where you know we've had situations where with a signal hasn't good and we've turned the camera off to try and get him better quality signal story of our life. This podcast constantly touring that completely and so if the signal going into your home or they signal going across the internet and go foss speeds. Then we wouldn't have these problems toll and we've got a technology this which is really fast so Kind of company zero revenues is that right. You haven't sold any of these yet that's correct. Where pre revenue company but i'll technology Unlike other obstacles which technologies that are out there into network today that you semiconductor technology uses polymers optical paulhamus and these polymers operate similar to like liquid crystal type situation. Tv way if you playa field or voltage cross polymer. You can actually switch the light. And so these are called electro optic parliaments and so we make those polymers in colorado and we Put them into devices and those devices which live really quickly and they get used in the internet. So you You will or they will be at some point in time. What went like when what point in the development process are you and where winless to whom will use elliot's so this is Obviously always say this starts with chemistry and you turn a chemistry to actually physical device. So the part where we are today as we we have made prototypes. And we have tested our own modulators and we showed results even today at the presentation today. we showed results that showed performance two to three times faster than what's out there in the internet today so super high performance. And so yes. We've got prototype devices. And where actually position ourselves to scale those prototype devices into full-scale product with whom with this Compete wants to get a product ready for market so the internet is full of optical components. Already has been for dance so we would compete with modulators made from silicon or indium phosphide which companies home though. I'm saying the that are really dry for silicon. Photonics silica modulators companies. Like the intel's the cisco's of this world the companies that do the union phosphide modulators companies. Like lamentable this and there's plenty of other companies to like for example i think intercom visits. Who has any side modulators and so while we represent is a company having a voice that is much much faster and much lower power nor power is actually one of those key hot buttons when you talk to anybody in fiber optics is dealing with data centers and different types of switch scenario servers and routers keeping the power consumption. 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"delta air lines" Discussed on The Drill Down
"We will explain to business stories behind stocks move. Let me first explain where we are. We're in los angeles altogether as quebecor executive producer. Ben wilson our editor extraordinarily sitting in a room here at the l. d. micro conference in los angeles talking to lots of publicly traded companies. Some of them aren't micro in our big enough to be on this show. We're glad to have them one of them coming up but first let's get to the three most important developments in the world of business today. Isaac all right corey lazar with inflation. Us inflation accelerated in september and remained at its highest rate in over a decade. The labor department said last month's consumer price index which measures what consumers pay for goods and services rose by five point four percent from a year earlier in unadjusted terms and that is the same rate as june july as the economy reopened slightly higher than in august. Yeah the rates getting higher and interestingly it's a lot higher in other countries if you look at what. The inflation rate is in countries that are sort of further away from the united states further away from europe. You say inflation rates even higher than that. It's a global issue and it's not just headed in the wrong direction all right. Let's move onto something that might be headed in the right direction. One of the country's busiest ports the port of los angeles where we are now will operate around the clock in an effort to ease. Cargo bottlenecks that have led to shortages and arkansas costs by going to a twenty four seven. The port of los angeles will be joining the neighboring port of long beach california which started doing something similar last month that we report on here on the show new major ports in asia europe. I wanna point out have operated around. The clock for years says all about the aisle. W you idiot. What those were. Those letters mean those has the letters for the The the union that Government answers at the docks and they decide when they're gonna work and what the rules are around their work and You know the twenty four seven things also competitive thing for los angeles. Just losing business. The port long beach and the ports in oakland. And this is something. The vitamins station was pushing them to do and they did it. Ariella move onto italy. Italy's national airline alitalia will fly. Its last flight this week. For many years the seventy five year old airline symbolize ilise post war boom but the cove nineteen panama delivered the final blow to accompany propped up by rome for years. Alitalia has been an has been an italian version of bankruptcy protection since two thousand seventeen. It hasn't turned an annual profit. In two decades and a strike this week led to the cancellation more than one hundred flights. So goodbye arbiter she. I'll tell you one of us had to go there. Maybe not actually drilling down on today. Let's stay with the airlines and talk about delta airlines delta airlines trades under d. a. l. shares fell almost six percent today but they've gained twenty nine percent in a year. What's new delta will unlike alitalia delta turn a profit Their first prophet since the start of the pandemic double what wall street expected. I never say that because it shows you. How dumb walter. Expectations are in the game of trying to play. Beat that are meet. That or whatever silliness really matters is businesses growing and getting better after receiving vast fortunes in in stimulus helped keep the company afloat or in the skies or whatever revenues of nine point one five billion in the third quarter earnings of one point two billion first prophet cessation pandemic lot of conversation. You mentioned that the stocks offer a lot of conversation on the conference call this morning about their labor costs and what was like to hire and what it was like you know we. We have the ghost of what's going on with southwest right now. So there's a lot of talk about what it meant for hiring workers right now how hard it was to hire workers and is to hire workers and why they aren't showing the productivity. If they're hiring cost going up ceo at bastion actually had some interesting comments about shedding light on. Look you've got to hire people before he put him in a plane. You gotta train them. You've got a rebuild these these airplanes and make sure their maintenance up to bed so as businesses picking up as business for travel returns. Here i am on my first business trip early business trip of the year and traveling. More people are traveling more for business. We're seeing the airlines. Get busier and busier. They've got to get the planes ready. They've got to hire people in pay people to do that before they get the revenue from those flights. So at bash. The ceo suggesting that will we're gonna see is some bigger expenses in labor before we of see the result of top line growth. Here's at bashan. Yeah we have a lot of premium pay overtime a lack of quote unquote productivity given where we save with a rapid rebuild of the airline getting people in position getting people ready for the future as fan say just covering the operation and so you have not only just more more people than than than capacity relative to where we're eventually going to end up once our businesses restored but on top of that you've got a higher level of added costs going into the current the current funnel who ensure that you're you're delivering great service and building for the future at the same time on a reduced basic capacity so that's a big part of it You also you have is the restoration cost and maintenance and in training and other other elements veteran another layer in layers of cause. An employee costs before the results in additional revenue drill down a little company called apple. I think i've heard of it trades under a ap l. shares for flat today and they've only gained sixteen percent in a year so the company coming out today and saying that the chip shortages are indeed going to lead to a shortage of phones availability to sell those phones. This is something. Obviously we've been hearing from every company. Certainly the auto companies are really ever gonna come up company under the sun talking about the show chip shortages. And how it's affecting their business apple had thought they might be immune in some ways or at least that was suggestion of the business news. Business press today. That apple said they'd be fine but they weren't going to be fine. And i i was like i remember that from the last quarterly. Call so i went back and looked at the last conference called listened to the last conference call from apple and indeed apple. Did say we're gonna have some problems here with chips. We've done what we can. They gave some more color talking about where they're seeing those shortages they certainly weren't Gung ho to talk about them but when asked apple cooks tim cook. Donald trump call him. Apple cook one's did he. Tim tim apple. That was Anyway i've i've just as bad. Tim cook the ceo of apple. A talking about the constraints of gotten in getting the chips but really saying that they were not the specific chips. That apple usually the contracts to have built for their phones. Their the the cpu chips but some of the other chips that are across the industry the nodes of types of chips that lots of phones have that. Don't make apple phone special special ones apple. Said they were gonna have enough of the problem is at least they said in the last conference call. There was some of those other industries industry wide shortages. that we're going to affect them with the production of iphones and the ipad and the back but specifically the iphone. Here's what tim cook had to say in the majority of constraints were saying are of the variety that i think others are saying that are i would quite Classified industry shortage we do have some shortages In addition to that that are where the demand has been so great and so beyond our own expectation that is difficult to get the entire parts within the lead on the we try to get those and so It's a little bit of that as well The the said. Before i think probably.
Delta Air Lines to Charge Unvaccinated Staff $200 per Month
"Delta airlines ratcheting up corporate pressure to get its workers vaccinated starting november one any delta employee who remains unvaccinated. We'll have to pay an additional two hundred dollars a month in order to stay on delta's healthcare plan
Delta Air Lines Will Make Unvaccinated Employees Pay Monthly Charge
"And Delta Airlines won't force employees to get vaccinated, but it is going to make unvaccinated workers pay a $200 monthly charge. Delta says that will also require weekly testing for unvaccinated employee starting next month, and the airline says that this will also impact those unvaccinated workers. Health
"delta air lines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Daily usage of the APP. It encourages frequent trading. Galvin's office filed a complaint against Robin Hood in December. The complaint describe the apse features, which included digital confetti effect when users make trains as game ification fine of hundreds of dollars will be imposed for those who don't comply with the mask mandated shoot by President Biden. Executive order requires people to wear masks while on public transportation. The T. Essa released the plan on the mandate, saying the first violations worth $250, you could go up to $1500. If people break that rule multiple times. The mandate took effect Friday. It requires all travelers to wear masks. On Busses in rail stations, trains, airports and planes. One of the country's biggest airlines does it will keep blocking middle seats, at least for a while. Longer. Many months ago, United and American went back to filling middle seat Southwest gave up blocking middle seats in December. Now Delta Airlines announcing it will continue blocking middle seats and tell it least the end of April Delta, saying it has listened to its customers, and even though it can't fill planes under the policy, it's what customers want. And while passengers may feel better, or just like having open seat next to them, studies have shown as long as everybody is wearing a mask on board the cove it transmission is extremely unlikely, like Stone Eby, CNN. We gotta check a Wall Street. Now it's brought to you by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division off Enterprise Bank and Drew a day is a Bloomberg watching The Monday numbers pretty good Start to this February, Andrew Yeah, very good Start And for the Dow and S and P 500. We are still undefeated in February. The Dow is now joining the other indexes in record territory. In fact, it's gave me 138 NASDAQ up 69 S and P 500 up 14 helping these trades. The declining at least nationally, declining rate of covert infections and also greater bets in Washington that we will see a more aggressive stimulus plan coming out of Washington. Citigroup says it will refund $4.2 million to some of its current and former credit card customers who were overcharged for services years ago. That amount is on top of 335 million. The bank agreed to pay back in 2018.
Atlanta-Based Delta Air Lines To Leave Middle Seats Empty Through April
"One of the country's biggest airlines does it will keep blocking middle seats, at least for a while. Longer. Many months ago, United and American went back to filling middle seat Southwest gave up blocking middle seats in December. Now Delta Airlines announcing it will continue blocking middle seats and tell it least the end of April Delta, saying it has listened to its customers, and even though it can't fill planes under the policy, it's what customers want. And while passengers may feel better, or just like having open seat next to them, studies have shown as long as everybody is wearing a mask on board the cove it transmission is extremely
"delta air lines" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Shipments of covert 19 vaccines starting Thursday. Federal government will ship a million dollars a week to 6500 pharmacies across the country. Eventually, that number will increase to 40,000 pharmacies getting millions of doses. There was a rally in front of the federal building in downtown Denver earlier this morning to support the raise the wage act. It would raise minimum wage to $15 an hour and end the sub minimum ways for tipped workers. One of the country's biggest airline says it's going to keep blocking middle seats longer. Many months ago, United and American went back to filling middle seat Southwest gave a blocking that'll seats in December. Now Delta Airlines announcing it will continue blocking middle seats and tell it least the end of April. And while passengers may feel better, or just like having open seat next to them, Studies have shown as long as everybody is wearing a mask on board. The coded transmission is extremely unlikely. Like stone ABC News Our next news updates at one o'clock, I'm Susan Wicking on Kaylie NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them is a check on traffic with Rick Morgan from the French Sports Traffic Center of Wide Open Dr. Now across town. A Zafar is the the highways go back up to speed on to 70 Press Congress City Always night 25 North planted the tech center I 70 is in great shape from wheat Ridge across to Aurora. No worries headed in the high country. Now on I 70 for Mount Vernon Canyon all over the veil Fox 31 Pinpoint whether mostly sunny, breezy high 46 Partly cloudy tonight lows 17 Partly sunny 39 tomorrow right now. 32 degrees. This report sponsored by Allstate with Allstate, you could really save new ways to save more ways to save Find out just how much you could say today. All state you've never been in better hands. Visit all ST dot com or calling agent to get a quote. I'm like Morgan.
Delta Air Lines stock drops after loss widens, revenue falls
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Atlanta-Based Delta Air Lines Loses $2.8 Billion, Cuts Flights
"From the drop in traveled. Delta Airlines had a record $5.7 billion loss last quarter. Delta is now cutting half of the number of flights and planned to add back in August. United Airlines is making big cuts of both Reagan national and at Dulles, one of its major hubs in Washington Business Journal says the layoffs could be close to 3200 jobs, most of them at villas. It'll be about half of United's DC area employees. United is the biggest carrier at Dulles flying about 65% of passengers there.
Coronavirus travel: Visitor quarantine in Florida, Hawaii, and Alaska
"I just saw this that big vacation states like Florida Hawaii Alaska are saying there's a visitor quarantine tell us what that means well it is a record here it basically means if you show up in a hole I will treat you to stroll by ship or by air or you drive to Florida or fly to Florida same thing with Alaska you're really going to a self imposed fourteen day quarantine but but it's it's not not eating differently when you think about it then you know bring in illegal fruits and vegetables you are the illegal fruit and vegetable in this case so please don't go they came into a little bit late they should have done a little earlier but there's a reason now why airlines like Ryanair is no longer flying to the mainland and then they basically cut out all their service in the in the same thing will soon happen at least in terms of flights down requested between where I am right now in New York and Florida so you know it's interesting because you also heard Florida governor Ron DeSantis talk he issued an executive order it initially was criticized for not forgiving the beach is open for spring break but now he's saying if you're gonna fly in from New York New Jersey or Connecticut you need to self isolate for fourteen days because they're seeing people from New York which is the epicentre in America of this virus right now travel down to Florida to try to get out of the big city where people are on top of each other it makes sense but they are trying to make sure that it doesn't cause a problem there well good luck enforcing that show quarantine says who who's gonna stop in and stop me what they really should do and it's going to happen very soon take a look what's going on in New York in the governor's order here on the governor's order in California and your own governor Eloy sooner or later every state's going to have to do this tomorrow how many cases there reporting because the food was good but what I'm understanding is worries whether but maybe been so few cases reported in what states would say like West Virginia is because they don't have the testing done where you have testing the obvious you're gonna have more cases reported but in terms of how it relates to travel what we're really looking at now it's on the drawing board no announcements have been made is a possible shutdown of domestic air service in this country yeah and the number the airlines would love to have that happen simply because from an economic point of view they can't sustain the traffic loads they're getting a fair averaging only twenty five percent load factors on their flights the reason why the airlines are continuing to fly domestically has nothing to do with us it has to do with how the airlines gotten business when I first started back in the nineteen thirties it's called hall in the U. S. mail and if they can come up with an alternative to do that then there's every reason to believe they're going to try to shut down that service completely enough American Airlines converted one other passenger planes to do is go to an all cargo plane and for the first time in thirty years American Airlines actually flew a cargo flight because most the time when they're taking in the mail it's in the same baggage holds your luggage and thought about that it's some interesting to see our people still flying I mean you file the times you've been on a plane recently I have not I'm I'm heating the governor's order I'm I'm I'm staying in place yesterday I'll give you an example delta air lines's park six hundred airplanes so many planes parked you literally had to close a runway in Atlanta just to hold the planes that were parked up and yet yesterday JFK whatever flights are operated by delta we're averaging about thirty percent load factor that is funny actually unsustainable so the answers to your question yes there are people flying but not very many that the TSA has reported you'll love this and eighty six percent drop in the number of passengers screened for the first time if anybody does fly no long lines of the TSA but you know that's an unintended consequence I'm sure yeah kind it is and I I guess people who are already have bought their travel they they bought their tickets to a cruise or airline of the already planned travel for spring or summer what do you advising those folks to do you're hanging on to those tickets you know you're you're you're wondering maybe even a week or two ago you thought you'd still take that trip now looking less certain well let's be realistic here in terms of time frame if you're holding a ticket for anything now between now and may fifteenth or even may thirtieth your flight your cruise is probably not going to go now the airlines will tell you at this moment because their computers have been reprogrammed that that April twenty first flight is still scheduled to go well you know what the Titanic was still scheduled but the bottom line here is as we get closer to those dates and we haven't really mitigated those of the virus curve those flights will cancel so my advice to everybody is if you're holding a ticket for anyone of those flights don't cancel it now because the airlines will then say you're canceling it based on your decision wait until the airlines cancel and then don't just settle for a voucher insist on a full refund because this was it your decision you didn't wake up one morning just capriciously decide you'd want to go the bottom line is you you you contracted for service you did not get you deserve a full refund because right now is that what's happening Peter if you if you tried to call up and say Hey I'm not gonna travel it end of April mid April whatever it is you we don't are you getting vouchers are you seeing people get refunds well it's a case by case one by airline cruise line by cruise line situation well given example of Southwest Airlines the original program in place it's been program put in place for years would be three basically put everything that you put let you pay for into a a separate fund and then you use that phone to fly for the next year but eventually the essentially with the with the once talk about now that the airlines are desperate to do what hold on to their cash however other airlines have been something else Qantas if they give you read that they give you a voucher now we'll give you a voucher worth ten percent more than what you paid for your ticket thank you your user ticket but let's be real here I'll give you an example in the city of Dallas I'm just using this as an example eighty seven percent of people who flew within Dallas who flew on American Airlines last year only for the airline once these are road warriors are frequent flyers their leisure travelers who say that their hard earned dollars to take that one annual trip why would you hold on their money per year that's just not fair it's not right so if you're listening to this right now and you're one of those people and the other one only once you do a voucher keep calling back ask for a supervisor or call my show when we didn't know it we will give you information on my show on Saturday as to how you can try to get that refund because right now this is totally unfair while the government is bailing out the airlines with cash why should the airlines bail you out I saw that that looks like of them so they there is a package I think their loans to the airlines not grants and that's what I've heard they did government can take stake in your company Boeing has said it doesn't want to accept any government stake so they may not even take the aid that's offered how do you feel about this whole package if you had a chance to take a look at it Peter I have been moved to start with the airlines for starters here I have no problem in defining the airlines as critical to our supply chain in this country and to our infrastructure travel and transportation and so if they're going to give them either these grants or these loans there's every reason to expect and to demand conditions and those conditions the way beyond without the eggs it is it was it was do stock buybacks it has to do with how do we move forward from this are we still gonna do these draconian well you know change please enter Conan rebooking flea season make everything non refundable and it's it's it's it's terrible thirty five billion dollars last year was earned by airlines just on ancillary fees and it had nothing to do with actually flying the airplane so bottom line here we need to see I don't think we will see right now because everybody's moving so quickly on this but sooner or later we need to see a consumer component of consumer protection component anything that's that that is attached to a financial bailout for the airline I would agree with that the other thing we keep that keeps coming up is people saying what if I get sick well it was so then this time when so many people are getting these unexpected illnesses what what what rights would you have with an airline to get a refund well first of all let's let's talk about travel insurance the travel insurance companies are very good at trying to get you to buy the insurance is actually go online to make your reservation otherwise hard to complete you can't complete the transaction unless you opt in or out to the insurance without understanding what it covers but most importantly without understanding what it doesn't cover and right now for example you can't get fire insurance after your second four catches fire and guaranteed that almost every travel insurance policy that's out there has an exclusion for pandemic so what we have to do now is we watch as the airlines on an almost daily basis start changing their refund policies from Detroit from trickled into Leicester cone into slightly less draconian and finally after much public outcry and I'll be leading that charge so it's actually fair and beneficial to you I like the way that sounds Peter Peter Greenberg always has the answers when it comes to travel and all things about it thank you Peter Hey John three to six you can hear him here on
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