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"Normal operations after being given the all clear panic set in earlier today when a passenger's gun went off at a security checkpoint Police called it an accidental discharge involving a weapon at a security screening area No one was injured but the FAA temporarily halted flights as a precaution The White House says President Biden is healthy and fit to execute his duties after his annual physical doctor Kevin O'Connor determined Biden to be an overall good health the day before his 79th birthday Biden visited Walter Reed medical center on Friday for a colonoscopy and routine checkup Kyle rittenhouse is speaking out after being acquitted of all charges in his murder trial The 18 year old was found not guilty on all counts Friday for fatally shooting two men and injuring a third during protests in Wisconsin last year After the verdict written house spoke to Fox News about the jury's decision and said quote I believe they came to the correct verdict and added self defense is not illegal Travel is expected to hit pre-pandemic levels for the Thanksgiving holiday Kathy park has more from New York Triple-A estimates more than 53 million Thanksgiving travelers this year That's a 13% increase from 2020 and the highest single year jump since 2005 And even with gas prices averaging 3.41 a gallon over $1 more than last year the vast majority of Americans will be driving to their destinations with Wednesday afternoon expected to hit peak congestion U.S. Disney parks are including a black Santa Claus this year for the first time ever both Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida have included a black Santa in both meet and greets and after hours Christmas parties A Disney spokesperson told CNN Santa is represented differently in local and regional communities around the world and the diversity will be reflected at both parks I'm Julie Ryan La Nina is back for a second year in a row and getting stronger in the Pacific Ocean Brian shook has more Noah's climate prediction center says there is a 90% chance of la Nina sticking around through February The 90% chance drops down to 50% for March April and May forecasters believe Oregon and Washington will have a wetter winter while Southern California will likely see below average rainfall Climate scientists say Northern California falls in between and can be harder to predict A 14 year old boy is recovering after being stabbed in his rib cage and a high school in The Bronx early Friday afternoon a shoke balla reports It was just before one o'clock at Walton high school in kingsbridge heights when the victim was allegedly attacked with a pair of scissors by a 15 year old classmate the pair had reportedly been fighting in cops say both teens are facing charges the 14 year old victim was conscious and alert while being transported to Jacobi hospital New York City schools have seen an uptick in violence and weapon seizures this fall with fewer safety officers due to staffing shortages A New Yorker is netting tens of millions of dollars for a first edition copy of the U.S. Constitution Jim Forbes has the details Dorothy tapper sold it for more than $43 million through an auction on Thursday The new owner remains a mystery sethe be says it's one of only 13 surviving copies of the constitution from the first printing and believed to be a record high sale for any document Sotheby says the money will go toward the foundation named after tapper that promotes the understanding of democracy The California school for the death in riverside is making history The cubs varsity football team has had an undefeated season and has gotten farther than any other year in the school's 68 year history The team has inspired fans as well as the deaf community with their perseverance and work ethic They beat Avalon high school last night 62 to 51 and now head to the state championships I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom watching for word on who President Biden might pick as his fed chair It's a choice between current Cher J Powell or fed governor lael brainard and Laura rum is chief economist at FS investments and she says she thinks she knows who it'll be If I'm invited to share renominating house somebody that Trump put into office just gives me cover and it should inflation not resolve by the time the next election cycle runs around And rob with us there Bloomberg radio Labor secretary Marty Walsh among those plugging President Biden's build back better plan the House passed this week especially he says the job training component The first time that I remember in the history of our country that was made in investment like this in people And whilst with us there I'm Bloomberg balance power Kellogg and workers are expected to resume talks day after tomorrow The cereal makers been importing cereal to maintain supply during the strike Airports are reporting heavy volume again today after a big travel rough yesterday United expecting to handle almost 5 million passengers over Thanksgiving weekend according to CEO Scott Kirby Instead of trying to go from zero.
"dorothy tapper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All the money sees by the services criminal investigation unit over the past fiscal year was cryptocurrency Brian shook reports The unit recovered $3.5 billion in crypto over the fiscal year which equals to 93% of overall seizures This comes as crypto has become the main form of payment in criminal related cases from which the agency sees money Most of the $3.5 billion is from a select handful of high profile cases The IRS said next year the agency could seize even more cryptocurrency than this fiscal year I'm Bryan shook A New Yorker is netting tens of millions of dollars for a first edition copy of the U.S. Constitution Jim Forbes has the details Dorothy tapper sold it for more than $43 million through an auction on Thursday The new owner remains a mystery Seth of he says it's one of only 13 surviving copies of the constitution from the first printing and believed to be a record high sale for any document Sotheby says the money will go toward the foundation named after tapper that promotes the understanding of democracy I'm Jim Forbes President Biden on Friday upheld a long-standing White House tradition by pardoning a Turkey before Thanksgiving Peanut butter and jelly were selected for the two turkeys The one named peanut butter got the official pardon while jelly became the understudy Both birds will live out their lives at Purdue university in Indiana Biden noted that pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys dates back to the Truman administration Martin Scorsese is making a film about the Grateful Dead The untitled biopic will star Jonah Hill as Jerry Garcia the last time he worked with Scorsese in The Wolf of Wall Street he earned an Oscar nomination for best supporting actor Hill and Scorsese will also be producing the film for Apple the Grateful Dead's bob wear Phil Lesh Mickey Hart and Bill kreutzmann will serve as executive producers on the film I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Two of Europe's banking giants picked the leaders who will help them navigate their next era UBS group today nominated former Morgan Stanley president colm Kelleher to succeed axel Weber as chairman next year A day earlier Deutsche Bank proposed a Dutch insurance veteran Alexander wyden's four chairman replacing Paul ack leitner Patrick Orlando whose status as an operator of blank check firms skyrocketed last month when he reached a deal to bankroll former president Donald Trump's media company is scrapping one of his earlier ventures for hunting such transactions Orlando's special purpose acquisition company Yong Hong international plans to dissolve and liquidate It will redeem public shares at 10.31 cents apiece that according to a regulatory filing on Friday Yong Hong based in Wuhan China basically said it couldn't drum up enough business ahead of a deadline in the company's by laws Milk output in the U.S. is on an historic week streak potentially signaling climbing costs for dairy products More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Production per cow was less than a year ago for the third month in a row according to government data the last time that happened was more than 20 years ago according to Nate Don a director of dairy market inside its StoneX Group He says farmers are probably feeding their animals less the cost of grains like corn is soaring because of drought storms and robust demand labor and energy costs are also more expensive It's all hurting farmers bottom lines making it more difficult to afford feed Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Amid the inflation surge that's rippling through the U.S. economy one of the more obscure products seeing a surge as the price of firewood Talked to firewood vendors in state after state and they'll all tell you the same thing sales are booming on the eve of winter and prices are soaring 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.
"dorothy tapper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Moderna's vaccines One pilot is dead and two others hospitalized after an aircraft collision at laughlin Air Force Base It happened this morning on a runway although major details haven't been released Colonel Craig prather with the 47th flying training wing offered his condolences saying it's unbelievably painful to lose a teammate No identities have been released A potential ban on new offshore drilling along the coast of California is included in the House version of the nearly $2 trillion spending plan Jack cronin has more A measure from San Diego congressman Mike Levin has been included in the House version of the bill that now moves to the Senate for negotiation There is language that would permanently ban all new drilling off the coast of California and certain other places And that's language that has mirrored my American coast and oceans protection And I am committed to working with the Senate as best we can to see these provisions get across the finish line and on the president's desk The provisions also supported by the San Diego county board of supervisors The IRS has almost all the money seized by the services criminal investigation unit over the past fiscal year was cryptocurrency The unit recovered $3.5 billion in crypto This comes as crypto has become the main form of payment in criminal related cases from which the agency sees money I'm Brian shook The New York State assembly's judiciary committee is reviewing the report into serious allegations against former governor Andrew Cuomo It's by Davis Polk and wardel the law firm the assembly hired last march to lead its impeachment investigation The reports believed to lay out findings into claims that Cuomo sexually harassed aids understated the COVID death toll in nursing homes and used staffers illegally to help him write a book A Georgia woman now faces murder charges in an execution style shooting in Brooklyn New York Liz Warner reports Following a lengthy search cops arrested Claudia banton in Jacksonville Florida this month and extradited her to New York to face murder charges in the August shooting death of Delia Johnson NYPD had released surveillance video of the incident and it shows a woman exiting a vehicle before approaching and shooting Johnson in the back of the head as she spoke with others along a sidewalk The suspect is then seen leaving calmly with Johnson subsequently pronounced dead at the hospital A New Yorker has netted tens of millions of dollars for the sale of a first edition copy of the U.S. Constitution Scott Pringle reports Dorothy tapper sold the rare document for more than $43 million through a Sotheby's auction Thursday the new owner remains a mystery Sotheby says it's one of only 13 surviving copies of the U.S. Constitution from the first printing and is believed to be a record high sale for any document Sotheby says the money will go toward the foundation named after tapper that promotes understanding of democracy Jimmy Hoffa's remains could be in a Jersey City landfill That's the latest in the decades long search for answers following the notorious disappearance of the former union boss in 1975 The New York Post is reporting the FBI investigated a former landfill underneath the pulaski skyway last month possibly acting on a deathbed tip from a man who said hoffa's remains were buried there I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet at Bloomberg world headquarters Stocks retreated after hawkish remarks from Ted officials and mounting concern that another wave of the pandemic in Europe could spur more lockdowns Katie Cox is global co head of fundamental equity funds at Goldman Sachs There's certainly the possibility that we could have a misstep here and that rates back up more than the markets currently pricing in And obviously there we would see a correction We all know Marcus have gone up a lot and they also go down That's the reality And so it is possible that that's ahead of us Katie Koch of Goldman Sachs what about the inflation outlook Sarah Malik is chief investment officer for global equities at nuveen Our view is in 2022 It is going to be growth that Trump's inflation We do see some permanent inflation but some of this hard data we're seeing makes us optimistic that growth can overcome it Sarah malikov nuveen and on that theme of inflation Michael is chairman and CEO of market field asset management I think the concerns about inflation are going to be a 2022 story I think the difficult decisions which are going to be made both of the corporate level and a policy levels They're not going to be made in November and December 2021 And so I think the market has a 33 hand here Michael shawl of market field asset management Word of a massive deal tonight in the healthcare industry private equity firms Bain capital and helman and Freeman are said to be close to a deal to acquire Athena health for about $17 billion including debt this according to Dow Jones which says a deal could be finalized in coming days A record for the NASDAQ composite index up 63 points today hire by four tenths of 1% closing above 16,000 for the first time S&P down 6 down one tenth of 1% the Dow down 268 down 7 tenths Global news 24 hours a day on air and DOM Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie palate This is Bloomberg This is masters in business with Barry Reynolds on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Edmund Conway he is the global head of BlackRock's alternative investors which runs about $300 billion in assets He is a team of over 1100 professionals to help him manage those assets BlackRock's global alternatives include businesses that cover real estate infrastructure hedge funds private equity and credit He is a senior managing director for BlackRock and sits on the global executive and operating committees Edwin Conway welcome to Bloomberg Thank you for having me So you've been in the financial services industry for a long time You were a credit Swiss and Blackstone and now you're at BlackRock Tell us what's the process was like breaking into the industry It's an interesting one I grew up in a very small town in the middle of Ireland And the breakthrough to the industry was one of more coincidence as opposed to purpose I enjoyed the game of rugby for many years and through an introduction whilst in university and university college Dublin in Ireland had a chance to play rugby at quite a decent level and get to know people that were across the industry It was really through an internship and to suggestion given my focus on business and finance and things that the financial services sector may be a great place to traverse and get to know and literally through rugby connections being part of a good school I had an opportunity to really understand what this service Specter in many respects could provide declines and became absolutely intrigued with this and was it my primary ambition in life to be in the financial services sector and I can definitely say no but through the circumstance of a game that I love to play and be part of was introduced to it through an internship and actually fell in love with them Quite interesting And alternative investments at BlackRock's almost seems like a contradiction in terms most of us tend to think of BlackRock as the giant $9 trillion public markets firm best known for ETFs and indices are alternatives seems to be one of the fastest growing groups within the firm This was $50 billion just a few years ago It's now over 300 billion How has this become such a fast growing part of BlackRock When you look at the various facets which you introduced at the start we've actually been in alternatives There'll be a 30 years now Now the scale as you know which you can operate on the beta side of the business surpasses that on the alpha side For us throughout the years this was very much about how can we deliver investment excellence to our clients and performance Therefore going an opportunity somewhere else to explore and alpha opportunity in alternatives And I think being so connected to our clients understanding that this pivot was absolutely taking place at only 30 years ago but very pronounced way today We continue to invest in this business to support those ambitions So let's dive a little deeper into the product strategy for alternatives which you are responsible for at black rock our audience is filled with potential investors tell them a little bit about what that strategy is We're in excess of 300 billion today When we started this business it was less about building a moat around private equity or real estate I think Larry things and rockets vision was how do we build a platform to allow us to be relevant to our clients Across the various alternative asset classes but also within the confines of what they are permitted to do on a year by year basis So to always be relevant irrespective of where they are on their journey from respect to liabilities demand for liquidity demands for returns So we took a different approach I think Barry to most It was around how do we scale into the business across like you said.
"dorothy tapper" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
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Sotheby's Puts Rare U.S. Constitution Copy for Auction
"Sotheby's will auction a rare copy of the US constitution it's one of only eleven surviving copies of the constitution from the official first printing it's the only copy that still in private hands and when it goes to auction in November it's expected to bring in as much as twenty million dollars Selby care for a senior specialist at Sotheby's who's handling this says it likely belong to either a member of the Continental Congress ordered one of the delegates to the Continental convention he says your eye is immediately drawn to that first line we the people of the United States the document is from the collection of Dorothy tapper proceeds from the sale will benefit her foundation which promotes the understanding of US democracy I'm ready to fall late