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Bloomberg Radio New York
"ecm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Casey, thank you so much. Chief executive officer of ECM, joining us via Zoom from Needham, Massachusetts right here on Bloomberg business week. Let's get to Washington D.C. now for an update on world and national news. Nancy Lyons in her 99 one newsroom Hannah's. Thanks, Tammy, the two Trump companies found guilty of tax fraud last month have been sentenced to pay more than $1.6 million. That is the maximum fine allowed under New York State law, and it's a far cry from federal penalties for corporate crimes, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg says harsher penalties need to be put in place. We're calling for the law to change so that this type of a fraud will be acknowledged by the law and it's going to be a real deterrent by monetary penalty. So we're falling for that and we'll be working with our partners in Albany. Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, the former president still faces a quarter $1 billion civil fraud suit from New York attorney general, letitia James. The U.S. deficit is nearly half of what it was a year ago, the federal budget deficit in 2022 sat at $1.4 trillion compared to 2.6 trillion the year before. The Treasury Department attributes that to the economy reopening after COVID lockdowns. A deadly storm system spawned tornadoes all across parts of the U.S. south overnight killing at least 9 people and causing substantial damage, Ricky Adams has had a field operations for the Alabama emergency management agency. The governor has already committed to doing the declaration of emergency and also we've gotten commitments from Washington to get the support that we need. Actually
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ecm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We'll contribute to the battery dilemma by improving overall system efficiency. Just get about a minute or so left here, Brian, how much has your business grown in the last, I don't know, what's the right time frame? 'cause I'm not quite sure in terms of your development, but in the last year or so or in the last 6 months. Carolina, we've grown, we've doubled year over year the last three years and we're expecting the same, if not better for this year. So I think when you call ourselves a startup, we're like the 11 year old kid at the kids table at the holiday dinners. We're relate to that. I still sit at the kitchen table. The kids table is always the most fun to be quite honest. I mean, startup is like, you know, I mean, we're flying below the radar against some of the big motor OEMs and other big companies out there, but we have a lot of tigers by the tail. It's funny. When do you get to be the size of one of those competitors who sits at the adult table? You know, it's really adoption and evangelization. And we're starting to see, I would say more inbound overtures. I mean, just last week, we had two motor OEMs, visitors from India, we had a group from Japan, two weeks ago, and now we have some European people. So and that's really, I think Steve and I opening to myself is that what software allows you to do or a SaaS platform. Right. Someone in someone in Taiwan or someone in Paris to the same technology. That's going to be pretty compelling. We were talking about it earlier when it comes to the blockchain. That's exactly what we're talking about. Brian Casey, thank you so much. Chief executive officer of ECM, joining us via Zoom from Needham, Massachusetts right here on Bloomberg business week. Let's get to Washington D.C.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ecm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cutting vehicle prices, the carmaker is really trying to stoke demand following several quarters of disappointing deliveries as one example Tesla lowered the cost of the cheapest model Y by 20% the stock today down about 9 tenths of 1%, and we had a word of a pickup in U.S. consumer confidence, perhaps more importantly, consumer expectations when it comes to inflation, dropping in early January to the lowest level in nearly two years, we're seeing a move up and yield across the curve today a ten year at three 49 with a gain of around 5 basis points. I'm Doug prisoner that is your Bloomberg business flesh. All right, Doug, thank you so much. So by one estimate, the global electric motor market size was valued at more than a 106 billion that was in 2020. It's expected him to reach double to more than 207 billion by 2030. Well, the question is why? The electric motor market is growing due to an increase in demand for superior machine control when it comes to automotive, cars. Which is fueled by the high efficiency of AC synchronous motors. We're getting technical. We did a lot of engineering today, I feel like. I mean, it runs in your blood. It does. Let's get more. We've got Brian Casey, CEO and ECM, a need in Massachusetts based startup. He joins us via Zoom from there. Brian, good to have you here on Bloomberg business week. Tell us about your company a little bit more. Thanks so much guys. Thanks for having us. Happy Friday. Yes. So the company is a software software and technology company. And our software allows our clients and customers to print electric motors, in essence, print standards, and reduce the weight by a factor of anywhere from 5 to ten X. Sorry, Brian, for the non technical audience, explained how you can print that. The inputs and the output there. I mean, I've seen 3D printing in action, but tell us how this works. So I think the best part about the business of the part that's most disruptive is that we're taking advantage of existing manufacturing prudent manufacturing capabilities and printed circuit boards that are used ubiquitous throughout the world. So our software takes discrete inputs like you were talking about electric motors and how much torque do you need, how much power do you need, how much rotation speed do you need? Our software takes all those data points and converts that into a design for an electric state or that's used in these axial floss machines. And then that state are going to be printed anywhere in the world. So in essence, we're allowing our clients to become their own motor OEMs. Right. So that's interesting. So any kind, any kind of electric motor? Yeah, we are topology acts and behaves like a brushless D.C. motor. The classification is called an axial flux air core machine and long story short that means we have superior torque and more power in a much smaller footprint. So we have a wide applicability, everything we've done projects everything from sporting fishing reels and haptics to missile guidance systems for the military up to including large air movement motors for HVAC companies. Yeah, to talk about sort of the range of what you can create in the size. And how it really runs the gamut. Sure, thank you. So I think that's, again, the power of software. That's really the kind of aha awakening moment. As we've engaged with clients, it's made us kind of stretch the abilities of the software and put all those what I would call end use applications into the software and address what I would call different kinds of applications. So we've built everything from the size of a quarter, which is only a few watts to something that's probably the size of a large pizza that up to 20, 30 horsepower. So it's a pretty wide range. And I know you guys that opened up with some of the macro level metrics on electric motors and as a result of what I would call automation, electrification, and the majority of those motors that we see out in the marketplace are one horsepower lower. But we are applicable in larger motors as well. So the notes that you shared with our producer that this is akin to what in terms of, this is like the chip boom of the 90s, this is how you see it. Yeah, great question. Similar to how Intel is to the computer industry, you know, we're not a motor company, but our software allows people to put a special kind of chip in the motor really kind of where all the energy is happening within the motor, which is the state or environment. So our software allows users to really hone in their design and grab some superior efficiency and performance. For their applications. So I'm forgiven. So talk about the trajectory. So who are you working with, testing it out with? So, right? Because if your platform, I'm assuming others want to work and kind of create go off and create their motor. So give us an idea of where you are in that process. Yeah, so just give a couple of anecdotal stories like we had a company called noto film, they make almost what are called drive by wire fly by wire for cinematographers that basically allows them to control the camera. And
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ecm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the IPO market. Gareth, is there anything in terms of visibility that the pipeline, is there any big marquee deal out there that the streets waiting for that will maybe kind of open the floodgates if you will? That's just kind of sitting there. That boy, if that big deal comes, the big name, the big dollar amount, that's going to be a good omen for the IPO market. I think you hit the nail absolutely on the head. Traditionally, the reopening of the IMO kit is best done through a marquee transaction. If we look back last year, whether it was portion Europe, whether it was mobilized in the U.S. or China duty free in Asia, we have seen those marquee deals. So I think for me looking to next year, there is no shortage of high quality assets in the private space. Whether in private equity hands or with entrepreneurs or founders. But really, we have had to deal with an unusually challenging secondary market. And for me, this is less about a one off transaction to spark activity and more about a fundamental addressing of the challenges in the secondary market, which will facilitate lower volatility and allow investors to price IPOs, which by definition are longer lead time in the market. So no magic specific asset, but more just market recovery and then gradual normalization of assets coming through. Because there's no doubt that investors have appetite and will, as we saw last year, even in difficult markets, show up for the big marquee events, but for me, I want to see a healthier normalization of the market. Gareth, we love having you on because you're global and you just mentioned there the key marquee names that happen in Europe and U.S. and in Asia. Are the investor base all. Are you agnostic? Do we see appetite coming from Asian investors, European investors, U.S. investors, or is still the pool of liquidity that's likely to be put to work coming from the United States for the 2023? Yeah, look, to have a healthy global IPO market, you want the U.S. investors bully engaged. There's no doubt in my mind they will start by re-engaging domestically and that's why I think the U.S. market will lead us out of this. There has been actually more signs of a healthier market in Asia in H two of last year. And I think they've had less specific macro concerns to deal with in terms of inflation or otherwise. But for me, if you look at the European market, I think we'll take our lead from the U.S.. They'll start in the U.S. when that starts to become healthier and we see more volumes that will then translate here into Europe. Gareth, in terms of trying to figure out the source of supply of IPO new issuance, we got to talk about the private equity players. They typically have holding periods 5 to 7 years. And boy, the exit strategy has been effectively closed for many of these guys for the last three years. There's got to be pent up demand there for some liquidity events here via the new issuance market. What are you hearing from your private equity clients? Yeah, I think what we're hearing from them is actually a very sober and very patient mindset. They are sitting on very high quality, big liquid assets, which they know and we know the public market would be very well open to receive. But they're equally realistic about the valuations we're seeing in the market at the moment. And they're also not under big funding pressure on their side. They've raised significant amounts of assets. So therefore, and they've also been hugely active in monetizing those during the 2021 market. So actually, they are in a pretty good position, really. They hold good quality assets. They can be patient because of the assets that they have been re raising and also how much they monetized in 2021. So I would imagine that we would start to see them using the IPO market in the latter half of 2023 and then be pretty significant pickup in activity into 2024. Gareth and I know having spent a lot of time on Wall Street, I know the IPO process, it comes down to valuation. And the issuer has a certain view in terms of valuation. The underwriter of the market may have a different view. And we really haven't seen a lot of Mark to markets on a lot of these private investments. And how concerned are you and other kind of ECM bankers about that valuation problem when and if or when this market does reopen? Yeah, it's a good question. I think it's quite set to specific. We have gone through a significant de rating of the technology market, which has really been the poster child for the growth environment that we saw the low interest rate environment support so heavily through 2020 and into 2021. As we look forward, I imagine that non tech sector actually valuations are quite attractive and that's why we've seen a very buoyant IPO market in the Middle East over this last period, which has had good macro support. So I think for some specific growth orientated assets, that valuation conundrum will be quite challenging and there will be either a significant de rating relative to some of the private valuations. But I think if you look at the broader market and we are expecting to see a broadening out of the sector representation in the IPO market when we reopen, I think that will be easier for vendors to manage because actually in many cases, secondary market valuations have been pretty attractive. All right, so Gary, just to summarize here, is it fair to say maybe more of the same in terms of activity in the first quarter, first half, then potentially a pick up initiatives in the second half. Is that kind of the way you're thinking about it? Yes, hold on. I think very patient approach into the beginning of next year. We would expect to see primary equity being raised as people address their balance sheets. We would expect to see spin offs and potentially some equity linked raisings. But overall, it will be a gradual normalization and we would expect to see the IPO market follow likely in the second half. Of 2023. All right, Gareth, great stuff. Appreciate it getting some of your time here, Gareth McCartney. You, yes, head. Global head, co head of equity capital markets again. It's been a tough tough year for new issuance. IPO market all but nonexistent in 20. Look at that NASDAQ headline. 100 falling to the lowest since November the fourth. Yeah, just crossing the Bloomberg terminal. So you know what? Kind of a weakness going into the end of this year. It's not what investors wanted to see. But again, a lot of folks are obviously turning their attention to 2023, so we'll have to see how that place. Hopefully, the IPO market can get a little bit of legs under it. All right, let's get world in national news. We'll do that in London. Ready to go to joins us
"ecm " Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"They realized that the minute that they employ their sams that there would be a retaliatory attack to take him out. So that they, after the Sam sheet sound, they packed up the sights, put them out, brought an extra guns and put up fake missiles. They took bamboo poles, put a bunch of them together, wrapped them up, painted them white, propped them up like they were Sam's aiming the ready to go. So the retaliatory attack against them was really a failure because we were hitting bamboo Sam's, not having said that. The air staff saw what a disaster this had been, and they formed a task force under a general Dempsey to analyze why do we fail and how should the mission be done and they're very thrilled they came up with 47 suggestions. One of which was the concept of heaven, a specially designed airplane with the electronics, the wild weasel, so the wild wheels weasel concept got its birth as a result of that mission. So they came up with 47 recommendations, the air force accepted all 47, some of the more important ones. Like I said, it was a concept of a wild weasel. The requirement for an ECM part and a requirement for raw gear, radar, warning, so we had a little scope added to right above the Canopy shield. And it had three rings in it, and it'll strobes, which would be the picket up the Sam frequency, depending on the strength of the single indicated the range and become into here when you're flying. Somebody call out, he says, I got a three ringer at 11 o'clock. Okay, that meant that. That direction, three ringer is a Samsung very close by. So it became a very useful tool. Well, you mentioned a little bit earlier watching the other pilots having to eject from the earlier mission to take out the sands. In 1966, you were forced to eject, explain the circumstances. Okay. It was November 7th, 19 66, I was on my third temporary duty deployment down to the war from Japan. And we were on a Sam hunter killer flight, I was assigned as the wingman to a F one O 5 wild weasel and we're out searching for three new suspected Sam sites down just above the DMZ originally all the same sex were way up north near Hanoi, but as they grew in numbers, they worked their way down, so right near the DMZ, that's the first time we had heard of that close. So we were up there with our task was to see what we could find it and attack it. We went in a regular normal altitude, sitting down towards the coast, and about 12,000 feet. And approached the first suspected Sam site, it was under cloud deck and you don't want to hunt for Sam's when you can't see the ground..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ecm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes during the trading day on Bloomberg Right now S&P futures are up 16 points down futures up 98 NASDAQ futures higher by 80 points The ten year treasury is up 1430 seconds the yield 3.30% yield on the two year 3.29% nymex crude trading at a $121 76 cents a barrel John Yeah the S&P 500 finished yesterday's trading more than 20% below its last record close entering a bear market and ending a two year bull run defiance ECM's chief investment officer Sylvia jablonski tells us she expects more uncertainty moving forward Inflation has been hot for quite some time It's going to remain hot for quite some time So until that eases up we're probably going to have this volatility with us Chief defiance ETF CIO Sylvia jablonski says inflation headwinds have gotten worse since Friday's CPI reading Well this quarter John is set to deliver the biggest combined loss for global bonds and stocks on record The question for investors now is whether the Federal Reserve and other central banks tip their economies into recession to curb inflation Central banks get further insight on prices today with the latest reading on May producer prices that data is due out at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time And also today the fed begins its two day policy meeting and officials may consider a more hawkish interest rate increase than originally planned Bloomberg's Michael McKee gives us a preview Surprisingly strong pickups in consumer prices and inflation expectations now look likely to spur the biggest interest rate increase Since 1994 that officials had coalesced around a 50 basis point hike going into their two day meeting which begins this morning But a big rise in the May consumer price index coupled with two surveys showing higher inflation becoming embedded in consumer expectations pushed investors to increase bets on a 75 basis point increase Those bets hardened following media reports Monday the central bankers would consider the larger move Economists at major Wall Street firms were quick to change their calls Goldman and JPMorgan Chase joined Barclays and Jeffries in forecasting a three quarters point move The fed decision will be announced at 2 p.m. Wall Street time on Wednesday Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak All right thanks Mike And join us for live coverage of that fed decision on a.
The Guilty Feminist
"ecm " Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Make sure they're in space where they're able to speak freely without being overheard by don't want to speak to so it's nothing specific. Say these words because if you said thought it would just be scripted at. It wouldn't feel comfortable or natural whereas just gives tips on how to make space safe and what not to say interesting very interesting. Is there anything that you would like. Listeners of the guilty feminists to know about this. Fatima either said that they can start to do some of this stuff themselves. Or maybe they're in scotland and they can access. This can people outside. Scotland access or only in scotland yet. An anyone could options shit from the ywca website. I would ecm mates going and checking out. I think it's really important. And because it can often be really scary to like open up and start. These conversations is definitely something that needs to happen because everyone deserves to feel safe in relationship and then we will serve fuel constable yup. That is certainly true. Is there anything else you'd like us to know about it eleanor. Is there anything you came to say that you didn't get to say no because i've been on a train all day and i don't even know what year is much more chang than it used to be isn't it. Yeah we'll let it that. I'm sure my boss will be like. Why didn't you say this now mentioned on these came. So check and scotland thatch. They've done that. We'll let that up. Show love short to do ashley. Who is there anything. You came to say that you didn't get to say just that like we understand. The conversations are might not just be completely young girl. It could be uncomfortable for the adult too. Because i know from experience a wall older people are not the most emotionally available.
Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"ecm " Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by the snp capital i q. Pro platform uncover the next opportunity with deep sector coverage news and research on a single integrated solution. That's the power of snp capital iq pro learn more at sp global dot com slash cap. Iq pro checking up now on hospitals in lower vaccination states overwhelmed with cova patients today tennessee. Here's blake farmer of wpn inside the hospital. In rural bolivar tennessee. A crisis is unfolding. The modest medical center usually keeps two or three patients overnight. Now it's averaging a dozen half with covert and ceo ruby. Kirby says they're staying for a week or more in normal time we would be able to get those patients out to a high level. Char those on ventilators need to be transferred to hospitals at have critical care units in bigger cities but there are no openings nearby. We're managing them. But it is constrained on the system. This is the pandemic hospital capacity. Pinch patients are backing up within the hospital system and the surge caused by the delta variant is causing more problems than previous surges. even larger hospitals. Don't have all the capabilities that could help. It's hitting patients completely differently. They're getting so much sicker so much. Faster may rice is a traveling. Icu nurse working in a georgia hospital. That doesn't offer a high level life-support support known as ecm. oh it's the last step beyond ventilator when a machine oxygenates the blood outside the body. Her hospital has to wait on those ecm. Abed's to open up elsewhere at the few medical centers that have the specialized staff. There's only so many echo per fusionists. There's only so many echo trained nurses and even some of the medical centers find themselves in a bind. Not because they're out of beds but because there are no more nurses available. Dr james chamois is chief operating officer of the university of tennessee medical center with more than five hundred beds. There's only so much that we can do and as you start to see the writing on the wall as far as sicker patients in the icu. That's why we need the community's helped so much the plea is for people to get their cova shots in tennessee. Unvaccinated patients make up nearly ninety percent of covert. Hospitalizations in nashville. I'm blake farmer for marketplace and idaho. Hospitals are now searching for beds in other states in the west in idaho less than forty five percent or fully vaccinated compared to sixty four percent of neighboring washington and sixty one. Percent in oregon. I'm david brancaccio with the marketplace morning. Report from apm american public media. I am hollywood host of marketplace tech. A show that helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet. What new jobs will artificial intelligence creates or destroy and what tools will help us. Survive are already changing climate. We tell the stories behind the technology in our lives and every weekday. Our podcast brings you insight. You won't hear on the radio checkout marketplace tech. Wherever you get your podcasts..
"ecm " Discussed on ShopTalk
"Want you to steal a base orioles. Gosh i'm so sorry free code cam who cares free code camps me for cocaine. That's that's pretty good though. I liked it all right. Shop talk gets their shop. Talk your well positioned steal this game right here and now. Chris got the number three answer. There's five total answers on dardis. We'd got it so there's four left numbers one to four and five. And we go to dave dave imminization that helps push toward Google chrome google. Show me google number two. Google that makes sense with twenty eight responses. I wasn't thinking like corporations are right. That's two and three one four and five or left amelia. It's up to you can go with md n. show me mozilla developer network sir with fifty one answers where mozilla an md 'em so killing it you have just but we can lose it if we don't get the floor laugh. There's total the two left. Yeah back to you chris. Oh boy to left. It's not gonna be frigging apple right. And then they get yelled at for not pushing the web web kit. Everything remember you get three strikes so you haven't you can throw throwing out there and see what happens. Oh yeah oh that's true. Yeah i'm gonna go with with microsoft because they they actually do work in the web microsoft. Show me microsoft's or says number five answer so now you've gotten one two three and five one answer left and you have three strikes. You're sitting pretty david's to you. And i'll do to see three nine ecm script show. Tc thirty nine. This show on. I was like. I say touching your head head head involved. The hat hat. What how are you wearing. It's a get hub had. It would be a good answer. Yeah i would said smashing magazine personally microsoft at this point. Yeah that's true so that will you drown for shop talk. That was around six. The final round is also a double round. No man they scored all the points. And you double all those points. That round alone was two hundred and sixteen points with. I am so sorry. Four hundred nine points. The winner of front end feud lab is never lost. Start from us. I know nothing's nothing's to double points. Yeah killer like my points non doubled. Okay thank you all right. Well shop talk. Congratulations on the big win. What do you win. You win an opportunity to shout out or say whatever you like you cannot gloat you must say something not about syntax has to be anything else shadow. Something this is your chance to speak to the jazz party listeners. Chris whom ongoing you. You said you had some earlier. I was just thinking of it. 'cause i came across i dust. This there's like a like a local feud in town here and bend in the skies like really mad that they put a gate on his property and he made a whole website about the gate. And how mad is he is about it. And i wanna shout out to feud websites because we're playing feud anyway nice. I think you get extra extra cool to make a website out of your madness public. Well at least build something constructive as beautiful well might. My shout going can be to amelia's cool gift visualization project to help like you visualize a hub repo in a non directory of files. I think it's really cool so yeah i'll double that effort. I think shower. That last episode were so impressed with just keep bringing up a million work. Would you like to give a shoutout. Maybe today or anybody else was actually guinness. Acs as tricks for the last question so shadow to see us strikes. Even though it wasn't on the board for some reason for pushing the web forward i agree. That's all i do. I should say there were a couple of honorable. Mentions that round in all of the excitement of forgot about so the chromium team themselves got a couple of shoutouts. Versale got three out the f. electronic frontier foundation four couples shout out open source even though it's on organization but definitely the open source community pushing things forward i will i will back up say. Css tricks desperately pushing web developers and web development forward over the years as well as y'all's podcasts. Awesome stuff continuing to put out totally as well as free code cam to right. That was yeah. That's also a good one. Yeah absolutely it got one mention. I believe and level up to anything else to shout. Sponsors blog westbound dot com reacts for beginners wasn't on there because like i feel like one hundred percent of people who react knowing because of west of course saw every got all our plugs in there. You go there we go. We go definitely should have been on there. We'll give one last shoutout to aj 's party listener the winner of the free jazz party t-shirt. Remember everybody survey. Had a chance at it is jean-yves parish nieve. You wanna free shirt a fan. Of course that means at one hundred thirty nine of you did not win. But don't fret you can always just by yourself. Shirt at merch. Dot dot com. How about that and as a bonus. Since i'm feeling generous we'll also give out a free shirt to one. Random member of our party community slack. So if you don't hang out in there with us you should. It's pound party. You can hop in there at change dot com slash community is all free. Hang out during the live shows. Talk webbed with us and on september seventeenth. I decided we'll just pick a random person in that channel ship. You free j. t. shirt as well. I wanna thank the guys from syntax and shop talk for joining the show and playing this awesome game with ronald of laws for just the participation. And of course. Thank you to divvy. A- and amelia for strengthened. The jazz party into the show love it. Thank you all listeners. For playing along with us this has been front end view. This has been jazz party and we will talk to you next up..
"ecm " Discussed on KCRW
"Elton John lyrics by Bernie Taupin who wrote the song Upon his first ever visit to New York City, he heard a gunshot outside his New York City hotel room. The song. Was his reflection of that experience. He was just 21 years old at the time. Elton later played the song at the concert for New York City, a benefit organized by Paul McCartney that took place at Madison Square Garden just a month after 9 11. The concert also screened short films made by Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, Uh, other New York City filmmakers Jerry Seinfeld. Um, but 35 million plus was raised to benefit families of victims, first responders and their families and those who are working in the ongoing rescue and recovery efforts at the time. 1972 1 of Lisa's and Manhattan is from Honky Chateau Elton John has a new album coming of collaborations that he's done with various artists. It's coming very soon. It's called lockdown sessions. And features collaborations with dual IPO and Stevie Wonder and a bunch of others, and I think it's going to be quite good. So we have new Elton John to look forward to the top of the show. That was Keith Jarrett, my song, one of his classics from ECM Records. Good afternoon. I'm Krista Rita's It is KCRW on this beautiful Saturday. Ernest Wranglings and classic work out of Jamaica, coming up also brand new work from Casey Musgraves and Yabba two Amazing albums that dropped this week. We'll hear something new from Sophie Tucker. Uh, early. James has a new single We'll hear from Sierra Pharaoh who borrows a lot from the bluegrass world so much to share with you this afternoon. Stay close. It's KCRW KCRW sponsors include Interscope Records presenting star crossed the new album and film from Casey Musgrave. A modern tragedy in three Acts star across, tells a personal journey of heartache and healing available everywhere now, from Interscope Records and to Nashville..
Sekeres & Price Show
"ecm " Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"The optimism is nearly as there. But i mean i see sort of another preseason where can nation is optimistic and pretty much every other. Nhl market doesn't think much of their team fair. It's it's the. It's the big splash thing right. You know they went out. They obviously made a big trade Picked up obviously the high profile named alva rex. and let's not sleep on connor garland. But it's still a bet on ecm larson being better than he's been in recent years i don't think they're trading for norris trophy defenseman but they're they're they're trading for player they believe can be better. It's a big bet right but it's splashy it's a name has been talked about for awhile. overhauling i mean overhauling. If you will the defense if you wanna call it that but at the same time you know tucker pullman travis hammock are going to be asked to do a lot more than i think is really what they're capable of that to me in. The end is going to be where the bulk of the story. The season lies. I mean along with ken thatcher. Damn co keep it keep going. I mean you had you had a pretty good rookie season. Not an amazing rookie. Season had a really good stretch but some really bad stretches this past season came. He put it all together. Be that consistent guy. You know fifty five sixty nights this year Does your whole still have what they need from your to be that solid backup goaltender. I mean that's been a story here for for so long with the exception really. I suppose the cory schneider years and and you know briefly. I guess you know various points. When eddie lack had a good run vine ryan miller when jacob from i showed up i suppose but really the you know the the struggles of the backup. Goalie was such a story for so long here You know you wonder if that'll be back and they should be able to to score in bunches but at the same time. There's a lot of pressure on that defense and you know. I think the outside view is that you know to go back to your point. This defense isn't good. Nothing even with Hughes returning to some of the form he had they're going to have some challenges Which we saw plenty of last year. This was not a good defense team last year. Obviously the mix is a bit different But let's not forget that even in nineteen twenty when they were sort of lauded for improving playing up tempo hockey. They weren't great in their own end. Either i'm really not looking forward to the analysis of all ackman larson all season long because the minute us criticize him once this year be like guys never gave him a chance. I am not looking for the case. guarantee you. it'll be. I mean if you're talking about pointing out a mistake on opening night in a win yeah sure but you know i i think you know if it becomes clear that he's not the guy he used to be. I mean i think he's a very intelligent fan base..
"ecm " Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"What the precedent that. They've set on other players that they've paid. Yeah garth garland was far bob. I think our best player especially when he was in the lineup. He was injured for for a few games last year. But i think for vancouver to also take on oliver and his salary they did retain a tiny bit of it on data give up another valuable asset which was connor garland and You know they they move on from oliver and it sucks him. I loved them as a player. I still think he's got a lotta game left. He definitely needed to hit a reset button. I hope he's welcomed with open arms there and and and he has a season or seasons much like he's had in the past now as far as arizona. We know it's a full on blow up there trying to giggling like that. Say it couldn't be more obvious. Sons the sun it like you know seven thirty right now and and then tomorrow morning around six am. The sun will come up and then arizona next year will blow it up. Fucking asfaw fucker disgraceful right. Now it's bad it's set on the last podcast. It's gotta get worse before. It gets better. And i would assume this season will not be a very pleasant one. Now mind you. At least we get the start by drafting nine dover all this year which we got dylan gunther which was a guy that bob mackenzie had pegged in about the three to six range and one of the most dynamic offense of players in the draft. He's a great shot. So let's hope that this kid get end up pop off. And this is the actual beginning of the rebuild because until they got that nine over all they weren't picking until i believe thirty seventh and you know you never really know what you're getting in the second round so it's you know it's it's yeah. It's been ugly for the last couple years we've put ourselves in a bit of a bind and hopefully Like i said the rebuild search now and this deal for me. A couple of different things coming from vancouver. Jim benning is. I'm guessing looking at this. Like if i don't make the playoffs if they don't make the playoffs i'm done so i have to try to make this team better. He did make the team better. No doubt with garland and ecm and larson. They are a better team than they were last year. The thing with that. When larson is he gets the puck on his stick beautiful. There's no issues what he struggles with his defending now. The crazy thing is vancouver spends a ton of time in their own zone so if eckermann larssen traded to. Let's say the islanders are the bruins teams with very very solid defensive systems where you can almost hide players deficiencies defensively because of how the team plays vancouver's not one of those teams so it's what he struggles at is an issue for the entire team in vancouver so that'll be interesting to see but he can move the park he can skate. It's a big deal. But he's gonna need to play better because he's out of the spotlight and vanco in phoenix where nobody watches. He's now going into a canadian market. He's a high played player. The pressure will be on. The fans will be all over him if he does struggled defensively as he's has the past few years so busy i know you say you think he's got a level to get back to and he will. That question remains but vancouver is better and gilles looks at it like we have to be better. I'm gone anyway so i wouldn't even be. I won't even be here to deal with this contracting four seasons if if it doesn't go well anyway so at this point. Let's try to get better. I love garland. That's a great move for them. That help boats helps. Oh defensively and i do think vancouver's gonna much improved and looking to get into the playoffs. So they got some work to do still they gotta sign some guys here. That's what that's one of the reasons. Of course jake. Virtanen got bought out. They got big guide about twenty million in cap space. They need to sign darlan. They need to sign. Elias patterson they need to get quinn hughes a new contract so you know we're you know be bending 's biggest flaw i think one of the major ones has been his his ability to manage the cap and he's always pretty much jammed up on it so we'll see how they're able.
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"Should that change in light of this declaration, will it It's an interesting question. Charlie would have seen that I'll put to you as an editor, Politics editor. Do you see that changing and what do you think about that approach? I hope it will change and I think it will for a number of news organizations. It's actually something that's been a great frustration of mine throughout my career as news organizations, I've worked that. Have confronted that question. And, you know, I obviously had strong feelings on it. And but at the same time, I also understood even if I didn't agree with the positioning the idea that this was not something that in the style book would be called a genocide, But I think what we're seeing now is, you know, this is the American Declaration. Biden Declaration has moved the ball forward in a truly substantive way. It's become harder and harder, especially in this country harder for news organizations, even in this country to deny this historic truth, and this is the first step toward a moral reckoning. I think the first step toward Um, accounting and an accounting that will convince news media organizations that may have stopped just short of calling it genocide. I think ultimately, now that this this declaration has gotten so much publicity now that the president has taken the step, I think there are a lot of journalists and news organizations that are rethinking their Position and rightfully so remind us what nations already claimed it before the U. S. Charly Mattei ECM. There were a number of them. Um you know, I it several dozen at least made by, you know, maybe 30, I think are more but I I know of among them are some of the bigger ones. And this was, I think part of the frustration you know, with that many Armenian Americans had Germany you have France. You have. Russia. Among those nations made very clear that these massacres State sponsored genocide but not America that again and that speaks to the sort of open wound in the Armenian in the American Armenian experience that we spoke about earlier. I think that is what hurts so bad. Too many of these survivors who came here and this country gave them everything gave them a life. I gave them so much, and they were so deeply grateful people like my grandfather, who are grateful to their dying days. But what they never did what they never got. Was this this moral reckoning led by the United States and the accountability This isn't a patrician Can you just talk a little bit about the impact here in California? And if you'd like TOC air insights on why so many Armenian Americans came to this particular state? Uh, um, just to go off of our Charlie's with anger regarding your earlier question, I think in the media One of the things is also the lack of education in the U. S about the topic, And I'm hoping that The activism geared towards recognition now will turn towards education so that history and knowledge about the Armenian genocide will become mainstream and schools, which will I think have a new impact on how the media reports that as well? Um and s O. The reaction in Southern California was celebratory. It Z Southern California hosts most Armenians outside of Armenia and I think many of them came here for the opportunity. Many of them came here earlier to friends. No, because they were farmers in eastern Turkey and Came and did the same thing they grew the same pomegranates and Africa is that they were growing back there in Fresno. Later, they migrated down to the south for educational purposes and immigrants tend to go where other other peoples are. So I just sort of started flooding here and I guess The Sunshine probably helped us well, well. I echo Todd and thanking you for coming on today and for sharing your insights, knowledge and also just your personal reaction to the declaration by President Biden Susanna Petrossian, associate director of the Institute of Armenian Studies at the University of Southern California. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me And my thanks to you, Charly Mattei, Essie and senior politics editor at Politico and author of the article. Why Biden's Armenian Genocide Declaration really is a big deal. Really appreciated having you talking with us as well. Meaning Thank you so much for your time and thank you to our listeners for their questions, Their comments, their insights and stories you're listening to forum will have another segment next this time looking at the roots of a beloved Children's.
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CEO of Landmark Capital, David Fisher, on Bitcoin's Recent Losses
"Our weekly checkup with David Fisher, the CEO of Landmark Capital, and he's committed wholeheartedly to helping you protect your portfolio. Grow your in your legacy. What you're going to leave for your family. And for your later years in life, if you if you plan now, well, you can do quite well. Down the road, and we always appreciate his insight on these Monday's David, I hope you had a great weekend. You know who didn't have such a great weekend was Bitcoin talk to me. Bit Clinton a few other kryptos and it seems to be tied into China and also gold. We'll get to that in the moment, but, yeah, Big Queen lost 15% in a short period of time less than eight hours from set late Saturday night early Sunday morning. The other Cryptocurrency, the second largest eat your ECM lost 18% so more than Bitcoin. There seems to be like three reasons why this is happening, Kevin. The number one reason for the plunge is what a lot of people have been talking about. Analysts. The economists are saying the crypt of currency market just Huge with frostiness and well, overvalued. I mean, there's a coin last week on and I'm not endorsing any certain around a Cryptocurrency but do going it's sort 400% in a week, so that's just huge. The second reason is ah. It's unverifiable report, though, was put out on Twitter that claimed that the U. S. Treasury was looking into charging several financial institution. For using crypto currencies and also from money laundering. There is a movement by the iris just to let everybody know called Operation Hidden Treasure, which coincides with this. Ah, unclaimed report on verified So that is a real thing that the iris is coming down on people laundering money and not paying taxes on Cryptocurrency. And the third reason why this just might be is run the aftermath. All we talked about last week Queen Base when public on the NASDAQ and it ran up, and now it's just this is kind of like the hangover. That's happening s o, But there's people out there saying, you know, Bitcoin is is going to be with us to stay, and it's also competing against the US dollar. Well, and
"ecm " Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's the mic Broom had show a lot going on coming up as a matter of fact, just after 10 o'clock. President Biden and executive orders. There are people are very upset that the executive orders continue. And there's some people even on his. Some of his supporters are saying, Hey, it's timeto. Time goes slow your roll with the executive orders. We're gonna talk about that just after 10. But here in Arizona the questions about the election the election certification. What was done, how it was done, and I understand I I completely understand the passion in this election cycle. I understand the legitimate feelings that some people had about asking questions. That's but once the snowball starts to roll downhill about cheating and fraud. It's hard to stop because you don't know the difference between what's reality and what is what you heard from someone else. It's like the game of telephone. When you're a kid. You're teacher's shows you how rumors get started. We all remember playing the game. And the teacher whispers something in one kid's ear, and he whispers it to the person behind him, and she whispers it. It goes all through the classroom and then the very last person to hear what the teacher said. Says it out loud. And it's hysterical that it's never what was said the first time. And we learned that very quickly that rumors can spread on election day We were hearing about being forced to use magic markers that were intentionally bleeding through ballots and changing people's votes. Now I wanted to dispel that rumor right away because if there are legitimate complaints, I didn't want to go down the road off this because I used the magic marker. I used the magic marker. They gave me my ballot was counted. It wasn't an anomaly. And so that this was one of those. I called it a false flag at the time. And we want to make sure that if we're making accusations that they're accurate So we've had all of these questions. The miracle. But County board of Supervisors of just authorized to audits are the voting software and hardware that was used by two separate companies a week apart. So that we can get to the bottom of anything that needs to be fixed. They one more level of transparency. I thought it was the right thing to do. So, um, Republican legislator in the house. Her name is Shauna Bolic. Who, by the way, I think is, um Terrific. I think she's one of the smartest people down at the Capitol building. There is a bill that she is house. Bill 20. I'm sorry, 27 20 that would allow the Legislature now. This is, according to Lori Roberts. That it would allow them to veto your vote. So that what they're trying to do. Legislature retains its legislative authority regarding the office of the presidential elector and by majority vote at any time before presidential inauguration may revoke the secretary of state's issuance or certification of a presidential electors certificate of the election. So they, um the bill would ensure that the Legislature Could, um Veto if they thought the certification of the election Now whether or not they could tell the electors how to vote is a different thing. But this is so that the governor doesn't have the power to just sign off on the election. I don't agree with this. I think this is overreaching but again. When you have an election. That was the way this Woz when you have all of these court cases and evidence is not presented because the people presenting the case is believed they couldn't get to the evidence that they were blocked from getting it. This is what happens. The problem is once again, in my opinion, this is looking backwards that we are once again trying to change that, or they're going to say we're looking forward, so it never happens again. The problem with something like this is you're going to give power to a legislative body that in two years there's a pretty fair chance is going to come into the fans off the opposition party. And what happens if they want to weaponize this? Even if you would say we would never do that. It would only be in the most extreme cases. What happens when a legislative group doesn't have the same restraint? You have So there. I don't know how far this is going to go. But it's a piece of legislation that's been proposed. And I don't know why Steve handed this to me that he did. This can't be right. I mean, this can't be Um This can't be true, right? You tell me, Senator Wendy Rogers, who got herself in a gotten herself in a little bit of trouble recently. Just a little, um I hope I really hope that the accusation against her aren't true not because she's a Republican, but because I don't want to hear. I don't want anybody to be treated the way she's accusing of treating someone that worked for her in the Legislature. I sincerely mean that The accusations are just appalling of the way she treated somebody, and I hope it's not true. She slammed a door on them and spit on them said You work for me. Don't forget that The guy had cove it. He was an aid and was working from always off on 10. Days of paid leave for Cove. It And it was forced to work while he was sick. I just hope that's not true. Listen, you're right. It's just accusations at this point, but it does not look good. Right? Um ECM 1003 introduced by Senator Roger's, a concurrent memorial, urging the Arizona Department of Transportation to designate state route.