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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. The monkeypox vaccination shortage could intensify. The Washington Post says, after the hundreds of thousands of doses coming in now the next delivery of the jynneos vaccine won't be until October at the earliest. Matthew Dane among those rolling up his sleeve to get the shot he says it's about being proactive. I mean, I'm honestly just here doing my part, I think it's important to get a vaccine, no matter what it's for, you know, as long as you believe in it and you are just doing what's right for public health. And Dave also says everyone should be cautious about the possible spread of the disease. U.S. job market in focus with the July jobs report coming out this Friday, Barbara Ann Bernard, chief investment officer of windcrest capital, says many companies are looking at economic weakness. These businesses are facing very little visibility over demand for their goods and the cost to produce them, which is not a healthy situation. And Bernard with us there on Bloomberg radio. Stocks did rally Friday in the U.S. partly thanks to tech stocks and partly on optimism the fed might ease up on the rate hike soon, but Emily Roland co chief investment officer at JH investment says she's not buying into the optimism. I think investors are a little bit too optimistic right now and you know, clearly economic growth here is on a path of decelerating. We've seen earnings estimates rolling over. Of course, Q two earnings season coming in a bit better than expected, given that low bar, but look, we are, if we're not already in a recession, we're going towards one. Emily Roland of GH investments there. The Bank of England expected to ramp up its inflation fight this week, a half point interest rate hike would be the biggest increase in rates from the bank and nearly three decades. And some weaker than expected numbers out of China this morning factory activity for July unexpectedly contracted. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Estate report I'm Denise Pellegrini Those mortgage rates may stay low for a little while longer because of all the global tension But eventually they will go up especially when the fed hikes rates And when those mortgage rates do go up it could have an impact on home buyers 4% is actually significant in that it is the decade long average So when we're above 4% we're now above that decade long average and it could be that that's the threshold that people really consumers start to feel Michael simonson of altos research In 2018 it went to 4.8% and you can feel the demand slightly weakened at that time So the big question is of course should you rush to buy now before rates go up or wait and pay a higher mortgage rate but may be a slightly better deal on the price If you can afford the house and you love the house by the house If you can't afford it or you don't love it don't buy it And that's your Bloomberg real estate report I'm do these Pellegrini And JIT makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer Founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs rolled is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view They have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the maker space and GIT is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A massive Sunday morning fire in The Bronx more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Susan hundreds of firefighters have responded in this very dramatic scene playing out on a 181st street in The Bronx Now the fire started in a duplex apartment on the second and third floors and although the fire itself did not spread if you've ever been in a fire you know it's often the smoke that is the big danger and that is proving true in this case with people scrambling to get out of the smoke and out of the building any way possible and the fire crews doing the best they could to help them The whole neighborhood downwind filled with smoke and the entire area was told to keep their windows shut Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Over 60 people are said to have been hurt in that fire 32 of them are said to have sustained a life threatening injuries and one person according to the New York Post has died Mayor Eric Adams allowed legislation approved by the city council a month ago to automatically become law today It means more than 800,000 non citizens and so called dreamers in New York City can vote in municipal elections They don't have access to vote in federal or state elections that pick the governor judges legislators or the president In the U.S. the government issues a key inflation report Wednesday and it could put pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates sooner rather than later Bloomberg's Vinnie Dell judice reports Bloomberg economics as consumer price data could show the inflation rate top 7% in December COVID-19 related supply shortages persist fueling the worst amount of inflation since the 1980s Housing costs are by and large out of hand Labor shortages and rising wages are also issues demanding the fed strike a balance between robots economic growth and rising prices that could destabilize the economy Should ice Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am Susanna Palmer This is.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recently after a long battle against cancer Reed was 82 I'm Lisa Taylor The committee investigating the January 6th insurrection plans to ask former vice president Mike Pence to appear before the panel a committee aid confirmed remarks made by Mississippi representative Benny Thompson that indicated Pence would receive an invitation before the month is out Testimony from him could offer insight into conversations with The White House in the time leading up to the 2021 attack on the capitol Several Pence aides have been cooperating with the committee That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Healthcare workers in New York are now being required to get the COVID-19 booster Under the new order healthcare workers are now required to get their shot within two weeks of becoming eligible for a booster There's no religious exemption but a medical exemption is allowed and there is no testing option The port of New York and New Jersey is working to clear a small but rare bottleneck of container ships anchored off the coast of Long Island This es COVID-19 cases among dock workers collide with a pandemic fueled surge in cargo volumes More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini The average weighted anchor for container carriers at the port was 4.75 days at the final week of 2021 compared with an average of 1.6 days for all of last year Jim McNamara is a spokesperson for the international longshoreman's association He says the number of its members unavailable to work because of COVID is running at about 350 a day Still he calls the impact slight because some crews are returning from quarantine or illnesses and others are available from cruise ship terminals Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Well the first signs of trouble may be in the making for inflated markets To Bank of America strategists including Michael hartnett a bubble is popping in assets including cryptocurrencies palladium long duration technology stocks and other historically risky areas of the market The winding down and speculative areas comes as investors brace for the Federal Reserve to pick up the pace of policy tightening maybe even at the March meeting Julia cornado is president and founder of macro policy perspectives The fed does have scope to be sort of methodical but the stronger the data are the more it needs to get going on that methodical approach to policy normalization enhance the march rate hike Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg intelligence but Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio I will be here each and every week at this.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Denise Pellegrini All right Denise time to go to the movies Yeah that's according to IMAX CEO Richard gelfand And we had a chance to hear from him about how the companies doing and his conversation with Bloomberg's and Tim sinovac And Tim kicks things off your Ed asking gel fun about the string of recent hits IMAX has benefited from Let's listen in IMAX did say earlier this week that it had the best fourth quarter at the global box office since back in 2017 That's even up 15% over the fourth quarter of 2019 before the pandemic That thanks in part to the new Spider-Man movie dune the new Bond movie No Time to Die And more So we know what worked in the fourth quarter My question for you is how do you keep that momentum going in 2022 especially as the amaron variant continues to rage Well I mean you have to really distinguish IMAX from what a traditional exhibitor is IMAX is really a technology company We license the IMAX brand and the IMAX technology in 85 countries around the world So our model is very asset light We have very little capital demands during downtimes we burn very little cash when it turns around It turns around in a very big way So for us I feel very good about 2022 going forward as you said not only was the fourth quarter of 15% better than 2019 But I think it's like our fourth best quarter in our history And that was with amna crumb roaring during part of the quarter It was also with movies still going on streaming services So you look at the trends right now I think we have a lot of wind at our back A lot of momentum and people really want to go see movies in IMAX And so I mean rich like Tim said Spider-Man obviously was huge for IMAX I think just the numbers that that film drew really surprised a lot of people myself included Curious when you look at the slate for 2022 what releases are you excited about What are you anticipating will help continue to drive momentum There's a lot of them for a couple of reasons One is because a lot of movies were moved from 20 and 21 into 22 plus original production that 2022 is kind of maybe the best film slate that I've ever seen prospectively So it includes like three marvel movies including a Black Panther and Thor I think there is two or three DC Comics The sequel to Top Gun is a new Mission Impossible I was on set for that It looks fantastic There's Jurassic World I mean most people get dinosaurs IMAX big you know we always do very well on those movies And then you know in addition to all of that at the end of the year it's the sequel to Avatar and Avatar was the biggest movie in IMAX history even though it was 13 years ago We did over $250 million and avatar when we had around a 150 screens and now we have around 1600 screens So the year I mean when you model it out it looks phenomenal You mentioned the simultaneous streaming and theater theatrical release at the same time So after some films did get that in 2021 we saw them release simultaneously on streaming platforms and in theaters It's likely that a lot of films in theaters are going to get some exclusivity this year That is looking like it's going to be roughly 45 days What's the impact of this type of exclusivity What does that mean to theaters And what does that mean to IMAX Well I'll start with theaters in general I mean what it means is the 45 day window means that people have to go to theaters to create a social experience and a buzz and excitement around the movie And you look at kind of the first major movie to make that change with Shang-Chi which moved on Labor Day this year was the first Disney 45 day window And it became the biggest movie in the history of Labor Day which is typically a soft period of time It really well And if you go through the list the strong performing movies this year almost all had theatrical windows around them I would say that the idea of doing a big blockbuster movie at the same time in a theater as on a streaming service was kind of a failed experiment I mean the numbers didn't work either theatrically a lot of it was cannibalized by piracy over the streaming service and people just didn't turn out an event wasn't created And by the way it didn't even work to the narrative about streaming There was just recently a piece I read a fairly detailed study that showed people didn't really sign up for streaming services because they had movies on them It was more episodic television So I think you know it's kind of Wall Street Love this narrative put it on streaming and that's going to increase the value but it just costs the studios more money and didn't work So I think this year you're going to see a lot of movies more with a theatrical release every studio has kind of gone in that direction And I think for.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:14 min | 8 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Ed Baxter and I'm Denise Pellegrini Ed and sarnath is one of the most powerful executives in the entertainment business right now Now she's chair and CEO at WarnerMedia studios and networks group And she tells Bloomberg's Lucas Shaw the film business is still trying to recover from the pandemic So here she is at the Bloomberg technology summit It is a work in progress You know everyone was hoping we would be on the other side of the pandemic by now but unfortunately with Delta and acron we were kind of having to live with it for a while longer But thankfully people are going back to theaters not everybody but certain demographics certainly are showing more of a willingness But for us to really get back in full swing we need the broader spectrum of ages and tastes to go back to the theater Who are those who are more willing and who are those who still seem to be resistant Probably you would guess the answer to that but it tends to be younger people and I'm going to say below 35 As youngish and the opposite over 35 we're not seeing as much of an inclination to run back to theaters But certain movies we think they will come back but I think it's going to be a gradual thing where people have gotten used to because of the pandemic And because of trends that were happening before the pandemic with amazing content now being delivered in the home And high quality content And bigger screens And then the pandemic kind of accelerated the needing to sit on your couch and not being able to go anywhere So I think that's the biggest competition of the theatrical the exhibition business is sitting in one's living room and having that content be good enough So you have to compel we all have to compel we the theaters have to compel people to come out you know buy the tickets enjoy the popcorn head out with the family and watch movies again on the big screen And it is no surprise that the movies that tend to get people out of their homes are the big action adventure movies superhero movies certainly horror movies people tend to like to be scared together Not me personally but that is a thing So those genres are doing well and better than others but I really hope it goes beyond that Is it possible you talked about the mix of people who will and won't go Can you release one of those big $200 million movies right now Justin dieters and expect that you'll make money from it We are about to start doing that in 2022 As you know we stated that we would go back to an exclusive theatrical window 45 days with our 2022 slate And we're certainly hoping to again we're coming out of COVID but a little bit of a Hubble stuff But we hope that as people get used to going to theaters go to one movie then that gets them to go to another movie We hope that we can And of course it's not just the theatrical It'll be kind of the whole value chain if you will of monetizing the movie and overseas We've got a bit of a patchwork of people in theaters people not in theaters So as a whole we're hoping by next spring when we have The Batman release that will be in much more of a full attendance situation Given a Macron and just have this seeming drift in the pandemic it seems like cases are spiking again and a lot of the world Have you guys given any thought to revisiting that plan for next year and because this year you guys were the studio that really put your stake in the ground and say we're going to release all of our movies at home and indeed is at the same time It was a very controversial decision It now looks rather prescient Was there any thought of extending that to next year Well in terms of background of how we got to the strategy for 21 we had released a big $200 million movie in the pandemic summer of 2020 Christopher Nolan's tenant And we're actually quite pleased with the results We had 363 million of box office and the pandemic was making everybody kind of wobbly New York City in LA were not open markets So to actually launch a big feature movie in markets that didn't include New York and LA was quite old but and also to get that box office result was very successful But then as the year went on 2020 you remember we got the cold in certain parts of the country and people started spending more time indoors and then we got the rebirth of COVID And so looking at 17 movies that we had ready for 2021 first starting with Wonder Woman 1984 we just didn't see honestly a way to put them in theaters only Because there was just so much up in the air So we decided to put those movies in theaters and on HBO Max day and date in the U.S. for 31 days The rest globally in theaters where they were open Sometimes theaters weren't open So we put them on premium VOD And you've been listening to end sarnoff.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on WTOP

"Money use a 25 and 55 in WTO's Denise Pellegrini This has a Bloomberg money minute Well there's one thing Wall Street hates more than interest rate hikes it's inflation At least that's how the market behave today helping explain why stocks shook off early losses And rallied the final two hours of trading The doll up more than 1% almost 1.1% the S&P 500 gained more than 1.6% And the NASDAQ jumped more than 2.1% after the Federal Reserve said it was looking at hiking interest rates three times next year Policymakers also winding down their pandemic asset purchase plan months early ending it completely early next year all in the name of fighting inflation And speaking of inflation if you've been out shopping for clothes lately some big you're probably having a tough time finding is the clearance rack Another chain joining the growing list of retailers saying sales are strong even in the face of far less discounting than usual Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus says its earnings nearly quadrupled last quarter versus last year as revenue rose 39% From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Denise Pellegrini on WT Just ahead for you tonight on P new development on the COVID front and a lot of them Some of them affecting area schools the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is being reviewed once again and President Biden pays a visit to those affected by the tornadoes in Kentucky It's 9 27 The following is a paid commercial message Superheroes are usually fictional characters like Superman and Wonder Woman But at vehicles for change our superheroes are real people like.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of messages on personal devices and set aside any related to work And these unusually stiff sanctions for lack surveillance could serve as a warning for the financial industry Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio President Joe Biden says the political divide in America has gotten worse Speaking on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon Biden blamed the extreme elements of the Republican Party and former president Trump's election fraud claims The QAnon and the extreme elements of the Republican Party and what Donald Trump keeps sort of seems to me feeding the big lie It makes it awful hard Biden said it didn't used to be this way and touted his friendship with the late Republican Senate majority leader Bob Dole Biden said he was late to the show's taping because he was delivering the eulogy at Dole's service on Friday Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio This is what movies I did in western I am delighted to say that for the first time in nearly two years we are back around our real roundtable in New York with our contributor Larry summers of Harvard and also our contributor Steve ratner of Willard advisers and their responsible for investing the personal and philanthropic assets of Michael R Bloomberg are founder and majority shareholders So Larry let's start with you on Friday we got CPI numbers as predicted they came in hot Headline number 6.8% You've been talking about this for some time What are we learning about inflation We didn't know before We're having a confirmed that it's not transitory And I think everybody recognizes now with the statements from chairman Powell with the statements from secretary Yellen that this isn't going to just go away of its own accord that the fed's going to have to take substantial action to control inflation unless there's some kind of other adverse development to crack and markets or something of that kind But we put in motion for the first time in 40 years excessive inflation caused by overheating of the economy And that's going to have to be worked out of the system And that's probably not going to be such an easy thing Well let's talk about that How easy it is Steve do you agree with that analysis And if so what are the prospects that in fact the fed can slow this thing down without really causing some damage to the economy Well I.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brad Siegel And I'm Susanna Palmer and the Bloomberg newsroom The autocrat variant continues to spread in the U.S. with three more cases reported in New York City and one each in Massachusetts Wisconsin and Connecticut Saturday More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Governor hoku says the new cases in New York don't appear to be connected to the anime NYC 2021 convention at the javits center where that Minnesota resident appears to have been infected Massachusetts says reporting a case in a fully vaccinated woman in her 20s who had traveled out of state Connecticut's first confirmed case involves a man in his 60s whose family member had earlier traveled to New York City to attend that anime convention both the family member whose symptoms have resolved and the men are fully vaccinated Business Insider reports the Minnesota man who attended the anime convention last month has reportedly told health officials that 15 of his friends have also contracted COVID-19 It's not clear if any of those individuals also caught the amaron variant Where will markets go this week after the second down week in a row for stocks Last week investors were rattled by the emergence of the yo Macron variant and by Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell's more hawkish comments on inflation Rafael bertoni is head of debt capital markets at golf investment corp He says the Federal Reserve can afford to go a little slower on squashing inflation and won't hike interest rates until at least June The fed has already started the tapering It's already a big move in the normalization process I think they can afford to be patient and that we will see probability the first I can the second half of next year Bertoni was interviewed today on Bloomberg daybreak Middle East Union workers at a cargill plant that accounts for about 40% of Canada's beef supply have accepted a new labor contract that averts a strike that threatened to disrupt Canada's meat market Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show We explore the big money issues in the world of sports Michael Barr And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with MLB network insider John morosi on the Major League Baseball lockout and labor negotiations Lynchy Hey John the optics are really not good for the players side when they trot out Max Scherzer three years a $140 million from the mets at 43.3 a year Will fans quickly take sides with the owners or players and do you think it's a heavy tilted towards the owners this time around You know Mike it's a great question because obviously on some level and maybe in speaking with more casual fans even if my own dad as I was talking to my dad about everything it is incongruous to see all this money spent in the last month nearly $2 billion to players and for the argument to then be made that free agency is broken Almost by definition as one executive said to me that is the definition of irony that players would be earning that type of salary and then have the contention be that free agency is broken It may perhaps be disproportionately rewarding the top players One can argue that that's what free agency is supposed to do Then the premium talent is getting paid and premium players should get paid It's the question I think on both sides here and they ultimately what will bring this work stoppage to a close and get the game back on the field is a more comprehensive way to handle the middle tier of players And MLB has notably proposed age based free agency at 29 and a half years of age which I think would address meaningfully some of the concerns that players have about when players hit free agency at the age of 31 32 they have found very tepid markets because teams have a reams of analytical data that suggests that once a player is 33 34 35 years old they're just simply not as productive as they used to be in many cases obviously Max Scherzer at 37 is one notable exception with that $43 million per year salary that he's got coming So it's a different paradigm to look at things I believe that when you consider which side will be taken by which fans is probably not for me to say but I do think there's plenty of information out there that suggests there's ample money being spent by the clubs And if there is a more efficient way to allocate it that then should be the conversation And in fact MLB as proposed increases to the minimum salary which is important for the players with fewer than three year service And also a more objective arbitration process That I think would reward players for what they're doing in the zero to 6 range meaning zero years of service to 6 years of service before they become free agent So fans don't need to put their finger on the panic button Probably around February 1st That we're all in agreement on that What is the deal breaker here Is it the arbitration lowering down to two years or free agency down to 5 years You know Mike is a great question I think for me it probably has to do with the free agency Because as MLB officials have pointed out when you consider where the different proposals have come and what the union is hoping to achieve in this particular negotiation there are three tenants of long-standing baseball collective bargaining But the unit wants to change in one negotiation It's moving the free agency number It's moving the arbitration number and then also as the commissioner said Thursday taking a $100 million out of revenue sharing which obviously would compromise the ability of the smaller market clubs to compete and spend whereas at the top end it would allow the likes of the Yankees et cetera to have more resources to chase the biggest free agents Which certainly is an understandable wish on the part of the players The problem is that's three major transformative changes to try to tackle in the course of one negotiation whereas it's probably a little wiser and more of a normal course of business to attack those issues one at a time And it's something of a sequential basis It's very hard to upend decades and really generations going back to the mid 1970s of what labor relationships in the sport have been based around all in one negotiation So Mike I really think it's probably that free agent piece that's the most stand out as being an issue although the revenue sharing is a big one too And there have to be ways for the players to find a way to encourage the larger market teams to spend more by perhaps moving up the competitive balance tax threshold and the positive side the luxury tax threshold if you will move that number up as opposed to just flat out removing money from revenue sharing because that revenue sharing money is what allows a team like the Tampa Bay Rays that put such an exciting product on the field Well John we could go on for another two hours on this and the only thing missing right now is the 6 pack of Corona and some pretzels Thank you so much John morosi He is the MLB network insider and he just glad that you could come here and talk with us and on a very important topic Up next on the show we continue our conversation with the MLB lockout with sports lawyer Martin edel and that's straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports I'm Michael Barr You can follow me on Twitter at dick bar sports And I'm Mike lynch You can follow me at Lyndon And don't forget to catch our podcast that's Monday's.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Would not collaborate with the character Am I gonna collab with Peppa pig No When confronted by the actress playing Peppa on Britain's capital breakfast shows she changed her tune That made me really really sad Why not My favorite and anytime you want to go jumping in Marty puddles and seeing my pedals I'm with you I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room New York State officials have formally filed an appeal to a vaccine ruling earlier this week by a federal judge in Utica more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini The appeal officially was made Tuesday by governor Cathy hoka outgoing health commissioner Howard Zucker an attorney general letitia James to the U.S. Court of Appeals second circuit Earlier this week U.S. district court judge David heard upheld religious exemptions for healthcare workers That effectively at least for now bars the state or employers from furloughing or firing those workers who filed for an exemption Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Another New York City department of correction detainee died Friday the 13th person to die while in the department's custody this year The department of correction says Victor Mercado died yesterday afternoon at elmhurst hospital He was 64 The times reports Mercado's lawyer as saying he died from COVID-19 complications Goldman Sachs Group posted a surprise jump in its trading business rounding out a stellar quarter for Wall Street's biggest banks The firm's trading operation posted a 23% increase in revenue analysts were expecting that the business would struggle to keep up with last year's pace and would actually slide 9% CEO David Solomon spoke with Bloomberg's son Ali bassick about the results and other headwinds for the U.S. economy including inflation There is real wage inflation across all aspects of the economy right now And there's certainly because the supply chain constraints inflation and other inputs to all variety of products and services And so I think this is something to watch very closely It's not baked in the cake as to how this will play out and whether or not it will be a significant issue as we go forward But there's definitely inflation Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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Cuomo, state leaders agree to legalize marijuana

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo, state leaders agree to legalize marijuana

"Governor Andrew Cuomo. Senate Majority Leader Andrea Start, Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie last night announced an agreement on legislation to legalize the Don't use cannabis in New York. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports bill would established the Office of Cannabis Management to implement a comprehensive regulatory framework to cover medical adult use and cannabinoid hemp. The bill would also expand New York state's existing medical, marijuana and him programs. The legislation provides licensing for marijuana producers, distributors, retailers and other participants in the cannabis market tax collection from the legalization is expected to reach $350 million a year and the industry could potentially create 30,000 to 60,000 jobs.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Say the RV is a rental that is being used by my family. I'm some Roberts And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News Room. Will the New year means some new laws, including some that could have a huge impact on some of the nation's business is the hike in the minimum wage is coming up in a number of states. Bloomberg's Tom Busby has more 20 states, 32 cities and counties, many of them in California will see an increase in their minimum wages at the start of the new year. Most of them incremental hikes, part of a bigger multiyear effort to get to $15 an hour. Some states like Alaska, South Dakota and Ohio on Lee boosting base pay by a few cents an hour, But Connecticut, Illinois, New Mexico and others will hike paid by at least a dollar. The federal minimum wage. Still seven and a quarter an hour hasn't been increased in over a decade, helping worldwide like most in the hotel industry had a terrible 2020 because of the pandemic. But by one metric, the company is actually faring pretty well. At Bloomberg's Charley Pell. It takes a look at that the stock managed to eke out a 0.3% gain for 2020 as investors bet that Cove in 19 vaccines will unleash a surge of pent up demand for lodging. The shares of more than doubled since mid March, a surprising vote of confidence for a company enduring perhaps the worst year. In its century long history, the company temporarily shuttered nearly 1000 hotels in the early days of the pandemic, furloughing thousands of employees and in the first nine months of 2020 revenue plummeted more than 50% from a year earlier, Charlie Pellet Bloomberg radio and doesn't pay to be a former Fed chair. Or maybe we should say how much does it pay? Janet Yellen picked up more than $7 million in speaking fees in the past two years, mostly from major financial firms and tech giants, including Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Google. The disclosures were made public is yelling, prepares to serve as President Joe Biden's Treasury secretary. Global News 24 hours a day on their non Bloomberg quick take, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm to these Pellegrini This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Business.

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Stock exchange delisting 3 China companies under Trump order

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Stock exchange delisting 3 China companies under Trump order

"Exchange has announced. It is delisting three Chinese companies or from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The nicey is removing China Mobile, China Telecom and China unit come from the exchange. This is to comply with an executive order from President Trump. The order imposes restrictions on companies affiliated with China's military. China Telecom's US unit has said it's an independent business, and China's Foreign Ministry has said the U. S. Is viciously slandering its military civilian policies. The three companies do have alternate listings in Hong Kong and the U. S de listing is seen as largely symbolic. But China's government is also threatening to come up with its own blacklist of US Cos Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. It

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Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

"News Room. The New York City Police Department has been on the alert for weeks for possible attacks similar to Friday's deliberate RV explosion in Nashville. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Reports and Internal NYPD memo issued earlier this month warned that law enforcement or the priority targets for terror attacks involving homemade bombs and vehicle arson. This is a December 14th memo. It was obtained by the post, and it said violent extremists and malicious criminal actors might go after cops to exacerbate tension exploit civil unrest. And incite

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New York City mayor announces public elementary schools to begin reopening

Meet the Press

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

New York City mayor announces public elementary schools to begin reopening

"Will begin the process of re opening December 7th this despite the 3% positive test rate for covert 19 he had set for closing the schools. We get more about that from Bloomberg's tiny's Pelligrini diplo CEOs has the reopening will begin with prekindergarten classes through elementary school special Ed would begin three days later. The mayor says the city is just not ready to begin opening middle and high schools just yet. In a mid morning news conference, de Blasio said, there's less concern about the spread when it comes to younger kids, and he feels for all the parents who are Feeling so many challenges. Now, de Blasio shut the schools. November 19 after the city's positive test, rape rose above 3% Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg Radio. So again, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced in New York City. Public Elementary schools will begin to open December 7th. Republican women who will

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Dunkin' to Be Sold to Inspire Brands for $8.8 Billion

Bloomberg Opinion

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Dunkin' to Be Sold to Inspire Brands for $8.8 Billion

"Duncan and Baskin Robbins air getting a new owner when we hear more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini, the owner of the Donut, an ice cream chains, has agreed to sell itself to the owner of Arby's at Buffalo Wild Wings. This $11.3 billion deal to inspire brands would be in the company would be privately owned, and Duncan is selling for almost 7% more than yesterday's clothes and 20% more than its stock price about a week ago, inspire calls Duncan in Baskin Robbins, two of the most iconic restaurant brands in the world. And also points to their international operations licenses and 15 million loyalty members. Duncan's digital operations and expansion beyond traditional breakfast have helped shares gained during the pandemic. City's Pellegrini Bloomberg radio.

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New Yorkers stand in long lines at the polls on first day of early voting

Masters in Business

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

New Yorkers stand in long lines at the polls on first day of early voting

"Up at polling places today, the first day of early voting in the state by 9 30. Shortly before the polls opened, hundreds of people had already lined up in front of Madison Square Garden. There were similar lines reported at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the armory in Washington Heights and other major sites around the city. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more on early voting in the state this early voting in New York the last nine days until November, 1st and there are 88 early voting locations across the city, including Barclay Center in Brooklyn, Madison Square Garden and the Brooklyn Museum, and they're all big enough to help keep people apart. There's also hand sanitizer at every table plexiglass dividers and reminders to wear masks the NYPD. He is also beefing up security at polling places. Denise

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SoftBank Nears $40 Billion Deal to Sell Arm Holdings

Masters in Business

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

SoftBank Nears $40 Billion Deal to Sell Arm Holdings

"We're hearing Softbank Group is nearing a deal to sell British chip designer arm holdings to in Vidia. For about $40 billion more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. A sale of Arm holdings would be the latest in a Siri's of big asset sales by soft Bank, the Japanese technology conglomerate. The cash and stock deal being discussed would value arm somewhere north of $40 billion. Now, the terms under discussion could mark a big win for Softbank. Which bought arm four years ago for $32 billion and its struggle to jumpstart growth of the business. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio

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SoftBank Nears $40 Billion Deal to Sell Arm Holdings

Bloomberg Best

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

SoftBank Nears $40 Billion Deal to Sell Arm Holdings

"Group is nearing a deal to sell British chip designer arm holdings to in Vidia. For about $40 billion more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. A sale of Arm holdings would be the latest in a Siri's of big asset sales by soft Bank, the Japanese technology conglomerate. The cash and stock deal being discussed would value arm somewhere north of $40 billion. Now, the terms under discussion could mark a big win for Softbank. Which fought arm four years ago for $32 billion and its struggle to jumpstart growth of the business to the spell. O'Grady Bloomberg radio another

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Nvidia to buy rival chipmaker Arm from Softbank for $40B

Bloomberg Law

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Nvidia to buy rival chipmaker Arm from Softbank for $40B

"Group is nearing a deal to sell British chip designer arm holdings to in Vidia. For about $40 billion more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. A sale of Arm holdings would be the latest in a Siri's of big asset sales by soft Bank, the Japanese technology conglomerate. The cash and stock deal being discussed would value arm somewhere north of $40 billion. Now, the terms under discussion could mark a big win for Softbank, which bought arm four years ago for $32 billion and its struggled to jumpstart growth in the business. Denise Speller Grady Bloomberg radio

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TikTok to challenge Trump’s order to ban U.S. transactions

Fox News Sunday

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

TikTok to challenge Trump’s order to ban U.S. transactions

"To file a lawsuit against the Trump administration to challenge its executive order banning transactions with the video APP in the U. S, or from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. TIC TAC set. It strongly disagreed with the concerns raised by President Donald Trump, and it says it will challenge his executive order in court. President, just giving Tic tac a 90 day deadline to divest US operations. Trump made the order under a 1977 law. It lets the president declared a national emergency in response to an unusual and extraordinary threat, and that allows him to block transactions and seize assets. Tic TAC is owned by China's bite dance. It's seen an interest in its operations in the U. S and a handful of other countries. Like a soft Oracle and Twitter Manda bidding for assets. Tic Tac's employees are also responding with a lawsuit against the proposed Ben. They're using a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for legal expenses. Denise Pellegrini

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After China consulates closure in Houston, group of men breaks into building

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

After China consulates closure in Houston, group of men breaks into building

"Diplomatic tensions continued today. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports Beijing is slamming the forced entry to its Houston consulate by U. S personnel and vowing to respond quote as necessary. Federal agents and local law enforcement authorities broke into the consulate building late Friday, according to news reports, including One in the Houston Chronicle, The U. S government issued an order last Tuesday that the consulate must close within 72 hours, The Chronicle reporting among the personnel on site somewhere wearing shirts carrying the words U S Department of State. Beijing says that the U. S has broken diplomatic conventions by entering quote. China's national property. Denise

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Apple Card will reportedly offer interest-free installments for iPads, Macs

Masters in Business

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Apple Card will reportedly offer interest-free installments for iPads, Macs

"Apple will allow customers to buy many of its products including iPads macs and airpods over monthly installments via its apple credit card more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini apple is planning to roll out the service in the coming weeks of the offer will let customers buy products through apple and split up the cost over several months with interest free payments our sources apple will offer payment plans for iPads macs the apple pencil and iPad keyboards as well as for the Max XTR display monitor and six months with no interest for airpods apple TV and homepod an apple spokeswoman declined to

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Apple Card will reportedly offer interest-free installments for iPads, Macs

Bloomberg Best

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Apple Card will reportedly offer interest-free installments for iPads, Macs

"Apple will allow customers to buy many of its products including iPads macs and airpods over monthly installments via its apple credit card more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini we're hearing apple's planning to roll out the service in the coming weeks of the offer will let customers buy products through apple and split up the cost over several months with interest free payments our sources apple will offer payment plans for iPads macs the apple pencil and iPad keyboards as well as for the Max XTR display monitor and six months with no interest for airpods apple TV and

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Trump says he is postponing G7 summit

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he is postponing G7 summit

"President Donald Trump is postponing this year's G. seven summit until the fall that's after doubts about whether all key players would attend in June more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini no G. seven summit at camp David next month that's after Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel indicated she might not be willing to make the trip during the pandemic and it wasn't entirely clear of the leaders of France the UK Japan Canada or Italy would make it either the presence of the meeting could be either right before or right after the U. N. General Assembly scheduled for the second half of September trump also says he wants to invite the leaders of Australia India South Korea and Russia to include countries impacted by covert nineteen and also to discuss the future of China Russia was suspended from what was then the G. eight back in twenty fourteen because of its activities

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New Yorkers Fleeing City Hunt for Million-Dollar Suburban Homes

Fox News Sunday

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

New Yorkers Fleeing City Hunt for Million-Dollar Suburban Homes

"New Yorkers are fleeing the city and snapping up million dollar suburban homes we hear more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini wealthy families are rushing out of the city and competing for scarce supply of homes in commuter towns in Westchester Connecticut Long Island and New Jersey agents are calling the demand for homes in the one to two million dollar range of those suburbs outrageous and they say they are seeing bidding wars many of the buyers were apartment renters who are staying with parents or in vacation homes and one buyer tells us they're not even going back to get their stuff they're paying movers to pack up and move everything to their new home

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Berkshire sells entire stakes in U.S. airlines: Buffett

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Berkshire sells entire stakes in U.S. airlines: Buffett

"Warren Buffett is reversing course on his airlines that again Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more Buffett says Berkshire Hathaway completely exited stakes in the four major U. S. airlines the sale of shares of delta southwest American and United made up most of Berkshire's six and a half billion dollars in equity sales in April during his live stream annual meeting yesterday Buffett said the business had fundamentally changed following the economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic but that has had an on again off again relationship with airline stocks over the years but again for now he is

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Smithfield shutting U.S. pork plant indefinitely, warns of meat shortages during pandemic

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Smithfield shutting U.S. pork plant indefinitely, warns of meat shortages during pandemic

"The world's biggest pork producer is now warning of shortages we get more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini Smithfield foods is Idoling at Sioux falls South Dakota pork processing facility after more than two hundred workers tested positive for covert nineteen the location accounts for between four and five percent of U. S. pork production other meat processors are struggling with worker deaths and walk outs because of the virus and CEO Ken Sullivan of Chinese owned Smithfield says all this is pushing the U. S. close to the edge in terms of meat supply Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Another New England based athletic company tower who is known for their hockey gear is also making medical shields in Lawrence Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio Middlesex County jail has announced two inmates have tested positive for corona virus this is a Bloomberg money minute more volatility coming on Wall Street this week as the corona virus continues to spread investors sentiment continues to swing between hope and continued fear of the unknown dean card other macro risk advisors says government efforts to ease the economic sting of the pandemic off for some reason for optimism just simply that the kitchen sink all from the said and from the White House and Congress have been thrown out this problem it's just unknowable of course where things are going the market is coming off a positive week what featured the first three day advance since February stocks finished the week with a losing session though on Friday economic data due this week will offer further evidence of the pandemic's impact on the economy big declines are expected in the government's monthly employment report due Friday as well as in the conference board's consumer confidence index and a reading on manufacturing from the nation's purchasing managers do earlier in the week Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Hey man I had a little talk I don't know if you've noticed but we got a lot of food in this country a lot of peaches corn apples quote of everything got so much for that we can't even so all this extra food hi seventeen million kids in America struggling with hunger I just don't get it that's why the feeding America nationwide like a sleeping status said that's it how many kids they can get your first even if you're living at home Alaska there's so much crazy like that this is a complicated just got a chance man because done the math now it's your turn but feeding American a local food.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg money minute the pharmaceutical industry is racing to develop a coronavirus vaccine Johnson and Johnson Sanofi Madera and a novia among the companies involved but funding this research is a high risk proposition for the industry Caitlyn rivers professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health you likely will not have a vaccine in this calendar year and even when you find a promising antibody it's only the beginning once you get to that stage you're really at the foot hills of clinical development Paul Cohen is professor virus genomics at imperial college London you've got to produce enough doses go into humans firstly to prove that it's safe and then another set of new devices to start to do efficacy trials and is this stage that becomes quite slow because you gotta have good manufacturing process and you could be able to scale up in time scientists in the U. S. China and elsewhere are testing Gilead's antiviral drug room does server it was initially designed to combat Ebola Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of your religion or your race because you have children or a disability it soon yes who has the power to stop this each of us has the power the law is on your side it's illegal for landlords to discriminate because of race color religion sex national origin disability or familial status if you suspect that you have experienced housing discrimination file a complaint.

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TurboTax maker Intuit nears agreement to buy Credit Karma for $7 billion

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

TurboTax maker Intuit nears agreement to buy Credit Karma for $7 billion

"A possible deal in the tax filing and personal finance space into it is reportedly close to buying San Francisco based credit karma more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini the Wall Street journal says the talks are focused on the maker of TurboTax buying credit karma for about seven billion dollars in cash and stock this deal would help into it broaden its reach into consumer finance intuit's TurboTax does appear to be continuing to gain market share but analysts including those at Morgan Stanley have been warning that rifle services offering free tax filing are nipping at into its

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Company needs to clear before to times and historic first flight of astronauts for NASA Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio former New York Republican congressman Chris Collins gets twenty six months in prison for passing confidential information about a failed drug trial to his son who sold his shares based on the tip Collins was the first congressman to endorsed Donald Trump for president he is the first sitting member of the U. S. house of representatives to be charged with insider trading based on a call he made from the south lawn of the White House the US treasury will start issuing twenty year bonds in the first half of twenty twenty expanding its roster of securities this as the government seeks ways to fund a ballooning deficits we hear more on that from Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett institutional investors have been clamoring for more longer dated risk free securities that offer some nominal yield amid a global total of eleven trillion dollars of debt with negative rates Japanese officials have discussed adding of fifty your security something the US opted against in its announcement Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg you're listening to work best on Bloomberg radio the health care conference in San Francisco this past week hosted by JP Morgan Taylor Riggs was there one of the people she had the chance to sit down with on the sidelines of that conference Michael knight doors CEO at seventeen and she got him talking about Medicare for all and the role of technology in medicine she begins here by asking him about the timing of sentence planned acquisition of well Kerr said the first half of this year and it's moving very well for this type of room we.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"U. this is your Bloomberg realistic report I'm Denise Pellegrini you know one region in particular is showing a lot of strength right now when it comes to home sales region is very expensive yet it was the worst witch and that sort the strong goods recovery the latest beta Lawrence Yun chief economist of the national association of realtors on the big jump in signed contracts to purchase homes in the west in November find that the west creature with strong job creation given that they are facing higher price at the buyers of ready to hit the market but you Nelson says supply isn't keeping up with demand and that could hold us back in the new year your level is that one constraining factor of home builders looks like they will be bringing more so far to the market and twenty twenty but somehow home building does not you're done you will be talking points to how home so may not wise in twenty twenty two and the two Bloomberg realistic report I'm Denise Pellegrini his chest to run really really good guy the term good day isn't enough to describe but he's also certified organic and free range which puts the cap back on everything the toothpaste a little boy who we he lets his ten year old nephew beat him that virtual tennis even though he can street of sleigh yes with the toilet paper is running low which replaces the role on the actual holder not just on the back of the toilet texting and driving rich now what are you doing I was just telling everyone how great you are texting and driving makes people look bad visit stop tax breaks down to work a public service announcement brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council sometimes the simplest method is the best one even I could figure it out today accurate globes vending information that allow us to do things to actually go after them just listen you had a high estimate it sure high estimate balance of power with David Westin as the rest of us concerned with this as the United States as we gaze at noon eastern is there any question about the criteria that were used.

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New ones that's thanks to younger consumers love of bargains the sharing economy and sustainability and a bunch of sites selling use luxury goods including posh mark and real real everyone wants to be dressed up and luxurious item very but not everyone can afford it and will analyst at Bloomberg intelligence says luxury goods maker shouldn't be afraid of the competition from the use luxury goods market they enjoy wearing the brand that they feel connected to the brand in the future they could be a customer of yours so it's all about you know growing the customer and here business Boston consulting group and all together for because the market for used high end items will expand by twelve percent a year through twenty twenty one Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio the life blood of tech start ups isn't just money its executive and technical skills the kind of skills the companies need to build real products and the skills that venture capitalist Chris Sutton of Edison partners season the graduates that are coming out of New Jersey institute of technology the amazing thing about NJ T. as their graduates they have multiple offers on average not just one they're coming out with a real skill sets that are immediately higher herbal and fail to them I think we see an understanding by the faculty and administration at age eighteen that we got a train and educate the whole not just their got one side of the brain I do think that sort of part of the DNA today practical and they're sort of academia and merging those two together an understanding that if we're gonna have our young people go get great jobs and have very successful careers they got on both sides the brain activated and I think we see that we N. J. I..

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"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"denise pellegrini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Denise Pellegrini. Fewer Chinese buyers are flocking to US real estate that buyer is gone. We haven't seen that Byron a long time as Friedman is CEO of Brown Harris Stevens. I would say it's been three plus years since we've seen that buyer Chinese capital controls. Limiting the amount of cash people can leave China with putting a damper on Chinese buying in Manhattan, along with trae tension. Typically in New York City, it's you know it's New Yorkers. It's very domestic, it's very light on, you know, international people coming to buy tastes probably twenty percent. People think there's so many people that come here to buy, but really, it's a lot of New Yorkers and a lot of domestic, you know, Texas, all over California people by here from within the United States. The national association of realtors says instead, Chinese buyers have shifted their attention to lower priced homes than taking out more mortgages, California. Florida, Texas, and Georgia among the most popular states for them. And that's your Bloomberg real estate. I'm Denise Pellegrini after graduating from NJIT Maria Kazaam joined pharmaceutical giant Merck and company as a chemical engineer. She's part of Merck's, global engineering solutions and leads worldwide communications for the Merck women's network. She also helps the company recruit new talent from top universities like NJIT. Graduates. They really come in and hit the ground running. Right. They know how to problem solve. They've been prepared for it. They know how to work individually as well as in teams. They have that kind of flexibility to work both ways, and that's exactly what we're looking for. We're looking for someone that is able to do both says able to do the individual word, but also work across teams and communicate effectively, I think NJIT's definitely helping us was providing some of that key talent pool and having that leadership capability is invaluable, NJIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at storiesofinnovation dot NJIT dot EDU. Are.

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