17 Burst results for "E. O."
"e. o." Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast
"Profit from them or just focused heavily on spending your time enjoying those areas without the need to make it profitable and things that do not align with your values. But bringing significant profits, you may be able to outsource them or rejig them or totally release them from your. To do list. So you aren't spending your precious time on the things. You don't necessarily value deep down. Basically if you go through all of the different activities that make you feel successful and you write them down and you visualize them and you define I know, I'm being successful when and then you put those up to the different opportunities that you're presented the different ways that you can drive income in impact, you can see the. Ones that will hopefully intersect with your financial progress and your values, and then you can focus on those specific things. The most going forward this activity is so important because it allows you to step back and logically see what's important to you on both personal level and a prophets level. Here's an example. So one of my values is just being home in President with my family. Now, speaking gig presented them a lot and they can. Bring in a lot of profits for my business when I commit to them I'm then gone from home for at least three days. I'm schlepping through airports taking time away from my family. So while it might be a great monetary opportunity, it doesn't necessarily align with my values of prioritizing family and rest I've actually turned down speaking on stages for two years for this very reason it's just not aligned with my desire to be with. My family and not be exhausted jet-setting all over the world. So this exercise has shown up in my life. So many different times recently, I've sent it to so many different friends because I've been hearing from. So many people lately they're like I have these different opportunities I don't know which direction to go and my energy energy's home limited and I just want to make sure that I'm pouring in the right spots in this exact. I've sent to C. E. O.'s accent a brand new entrepreneurs and.
"e. o." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Later the C. E. O. of the gym chain best fitness David de Santos says he's had enough he suing governor Baker we can't allow every other industry open and not have some fun voice distintos calls the delays unreasonable and says they're putting his business at risk we're not bankruptcy today but you can't just keep on going with no revenue in paying all your bills I mean I don't know anybody that could do that best fitness has five locations in Massachusetts including some in Chelmsford and little cherry small WBZ Boston news radio Transylvania Supreme Court will get a crack at the case of Bill Cosby it will review the decision to let five other accusers testify at Cosby's sexual assault trial the eighty two year old former comedian has been behind bars in Philadelphia for nearly two years after a jury can to him of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman back in two thousand four the Supreme Court will review two aspects of the case the decision to let the other accusers testify and the claim by defense but because we had an agreement with a former prosecutor that he would never be charged again the Supreme Court of the state of Pennsylvania getting a look at that case again adult film star Ron Jeremy facing life in prison following charges of rape and sexual assault by multiple women prosecutors in Los Angeles say Ron Jeremy has been charged with raping three women and sexually assaulting a fourth the charges allege that Jeremy rate the twenty five year old woman at a west Hollywood home in may twenty fourteen that he sexually assaulted a thirty three year old woman and a forty six year old woman separate incident at a west Hollywood bar in twenty seventeen and that he raped the thirty year old woman at the same bar last July at a court appearance Jeremy did not enter a plea his bail meanwhile is set at six point six million dollars an arraignment is set for Friday I'm Oscar wells Gabriel a huge utility gets the bill a formal sentence handed out to Columbia gas in federal court the company placed on probation for three years and ordered to pay a fifty three million dollar fine for the deadly fires and explosions that rocked the Merrimack valley back in two thousand eighteen now under the plea deal Columbia gas has accepted responsibility for the disaster and agrees to pay the record fine Eversource says offer also offered by the company here in Massachusetts several advertisers say they are going to temporarily stop placing their ads on Facebook the reason appears to be concerned about misinformation on protests against police brutality and racism social media sites failure to flag president trump for putting out misleading statements as well Eddie Bauer magnolia pictures Ben and Jerry's Patagonia the north face among companies that have pulled Facebook ads at least temporarily one media buyer tells The New York Times they may be forced to go back however because they need to rebuild their businesses Peter king CBS news.
"e. o." Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Schools in certain areas that are black communities. They don't even have up to date books. And now let's talk about books in history. There's only so much history you're learning. You know so that great equalizer education. There's not even an opportunity for kids to get out with that. Institutionalized racism has lessened the value of many black families and children. Most a lot of black children don't expect to live past seventeen. And if they do who are their families, why would they aspire to be a C. E. O., when they can barely go to the store and maintain having three square meals a day. Where the transportation system, here's another institutional racism at example of institutional racism, so of we don't have a proper public transport system. Not Everybody has a car. There are buses that don't stop at certain places and the places that they don't stop or the places. It need it the most or the places where they do stop. The scheduled for it. Someone might have to wake up and start their journey at five o'clock in the morning just to get to a ten o'clock start date. There's so many things that hampered buying homes getting loans getting credit being taught financial responsibility, and these are all things that are at the core of it, and these are things that from generation to generation to generation have changed. That are still the same. There so redlining going on, you know I feel like someone. Say Again I'm just trying to for people listening who are going to have is reflexive. Comments to say back, someone might say. Why does a black male typically fear that he wouldn't live past seventeen? Like why is that? Would they would the? Would it be his fault that he is dying when he is seventeen link how someone might try to put it on the person whether instead of the culture that is happening. How do you respond to that? I think for so long. Black people have been made to feel less than. You're not worthy of. You know yeah. It's it's very evident when I walk into a room when I walk into a room. The first thing that walks into the room is my blackness. Am I proud of that absolutely? But when I walk into when you walk into the room, the first thing they see is a female. The, first thing they see when I walk in is black. And, then everything else falls underneath, and then whatever little programs you have in your mind whether you realize they're going offer not. Have, all the sudden been triggered. And now you're judging, may from that and the sad thing about it is that? Bad should be something a source of pride. That's should be something a Oh. There's a black woman coming in okay, and all we want is equality. That's it so it comes down to how we're precede. The way were perceived on the outside influences away. Way that you feel inside. Yes and I get it. People are like well your choice, you. Could you know you can do this? If you just put your head down, you can make it really. What are you going to get that job? How are you GonNa get that job when you show up in front of someone and there's one black person and thirteen white people. And you have someone who doesn't even realize that. The tapes are going on in the back of their head. Nine Times out of ten, they'll pick one of the thirteen light people. How are you going to compete when you haven't when you don't have the opportunity to have the same education as someone else has? When your qualifications only qualify you for up to this level. And you have to fight harder to get to the now. So I think it's all about equality here and levelling out. The you know the the game leveling out. The field. And that takes work on both sides, but really what needs to happen. This country has to change the way we. Treat black people. It's amazing that when you look at other countries in think apartheid. It's like Oh my God. Apartheid was so bad. I sometimes feel like going. What the Hell do you think is going on here? In this country in the world, we still practice in apartheid. It's just palatable now. So annotate. Have them anymore, but what we do, we segregated. To. Parts of town. Out Wide. Urban housing the way you have it. There's a reason for it. Okay. Let's put this all over here. Okay, and we don't have to deal with. And then what we'll do is your school. System is worse. Your healthcare is were worse. You have more crime mayor. There is no transportation. There's no way to get out. That's just another form of a plantation. That's all, but it doesn't mean it can't change and it doesn't mean that I'm not hopeful. I am because I think this is much different than other. Movements have been because I. Think there's. A larger consensus that seeing this and going well. Wait a minute. Is as happening. Yeah, so, how does this compare this movement? Compared to growing up in the sixties with your mother is an activist. I think they're more people involved with this I, think. They're more groups involved at this. And this has become a huge young movement. It's amazing. They are out there. It's almost like the baton was passed. You know and they understand this. I think the other thing that's changed is that. There's so much. You're able to see more. What's going on Yup Yup with you know we have televisions Yeah Yep. You can't hide it anymore Yup and you can't turn away from it so even if you don't want to deal with it, you're bombarded with twenty four seven, so I think social media's huge change in this within the others ID positive. Honestly, a lot of people say social media's a negative thing, but this. In this case, this is a positive because you can't escape it. You can't. Can't turn it off. You have to acknowledge this happened. Yeah, it doesn't. It doesn't mean that you agree with everything that you're saying saying it doesn't mean that you agree with all of the media outlets, but media is there now, and it's in the forefront and I think that made a big difference. I really did because it makes it really hard.
"e. o." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Web Kharavela big losses Capitan eight Bucks yesterday finish up eight Bucks up another eight Bucks today to one oh six use cars over the web sixteen billion dollar market cap loses tons of money and just remember these moves happened after the earnings report I can do more but it it would be just over kill and with the nasdaq one hundred sitting six percent off the highs after a crash I'm wondering whether we could be at one of those moments just wondering not sure I just like posing the question to myself Tesla the C. E. O. comes out and says the stock is too high in price drops seventy Bucks and a day in ours probably up a hundred and twenty Bucks this week I'm just saying so there's that potential and your job is I've been saying to for the last two days get the new yearly high list and see what's popping out I have range simple as that and by the way we're not complaining we are not complaining we stayed there's a lot of people that are complaining about the market we are not complaining I will see where it takes us but I will say it again it remains very narrow today is one of those days with the stuff that is lagging badly is having one of those good days but as I quickly scanning scanning scan like the transports up to twenty looks like a bear market to me oils are up today looks like a bear market today a little improvement no no argument I know how things bottom we said a week the ten days ago that look like these things have come off the lows and but they can pull back they were visited a little bit in the coming on again and that's normal that's good and when the worst crap is putting in lows it's usually good for markets so we just want to let you know eighty YDS out to racks one of the software name gap down yesterday thirteen Bucks finishes down three it's up nine today on a big loss yesterday.
"e. o." Discussed on WTOP
"E. O. two workers tested positive but every county is designated dozens of street parking spots near restaurants as takeout pickup salts Jeff label WTOP news and that's a good thing is people are being encouraged to stay home and limit their time in public places to help slow the spread of the coronavirus a lot of us are getting better acquainted with the libraries of streaming video content out there that are constantly washed fingertips we checked in with vulture critic Jen Chaney on what she recommends to watch while you're home bound the fact that there is too much TV is finally paying off we're stuck inside and we need things to do you know vulture we we specialize in in making lists like this and one that we have already started is the best shows of this year even though it's only March we start updating that in in February and a couple that are on that list there are others as well one is high fidelity which is a TV adaptation of the novel by Nick Hornby and also the movie adaptation but with some twisted stars we Kravitz that's a good one also on HBO if you haven't watched make millions the docu series about the McDonald's monopoly scam from the early two thousands it's a really absorbing interesting story with a lot of fascinating twist it'll take your mind off things I promise you all right now we know there are also some returning favorites that have also made your last what are those another list that we have is the best shows of twenty nineteen for things you haven't caught up on and a couple of those bojack horseman which actually just ended if you've never watched that show on Netflix it's a great animated series Hollywood satire but with some serious moments in it as well and then better things which is an FX show you can watch on demand or if you have who you can watch it there it's a comedy about a single mom played by Pamela outlined and just really well observed really smart show now if something new right now is an appealing to you you need something familiar there are quite a few classic shows you can find and stream those for a little comfort time there are lots and lots of those a couple I will highlight I just realized recently that the wonder years is on Hulu which if you want to go back in time that's sort of a double back in time it aired in the eighties it's set in the sixties and it's a really good one to watch with your kids if you're at home with your kids and then I feel very strongly that you can never go wrong by rewatching cheers which holds up beautifully and it's on Netflix it's on Hulu and it's on CBS all access so plenty of options if you want to watch all eleven seasons.
"e. o." Discussed on 790 KABC
"E. O. he's stepping down to executive chair man and he's being replaced by Bob Chapek who recently had became the head of theme parks in experiences now he will be the C. E. O. of Disney going forward and there really isn't much of an explanation as to why Bob Eiger is out here of course is one of the most powerful man in the world of business and entertainment the Walt Disney company not just has the theme park here in Anaheim the theme parks all over the globe they make movies they make television they only E. S. P. N. they used to own the Anaheim angels the Anaheim ducks it is a huge company that is all over the world they would not like you know this but they used on this station they did they were the ones that set me to re education camp a couple times let me tell you about the fight that we got into when I was producing McIntyre no oh boy sell the Walt Disney company is all about synergy and if you work for a big corporation you know what I'm talking about if you don't work for a big corporation you're scratching your head synergy is one arm of your company exists to help the other arms of your company so therefore since they own radio stations our job was to also promote other divisions of the Walt Disney company so they wanted Doug McIntyre to broadcast his morning program on a Disney cruise ship for a week Hey Doug flatly refused and said there is absolutely no way I'm going to get on a cruise ship and scream about the LA city council well you've got blunders of Marguerite is going off in the background and goofy posing for pictures and they push back because they are very invested in making sure that all of their arms are successful and that turned into World War three we eventually won he didn't have to go on the cruise ship but they weren't happy about that they also sent me when I was filling in for al Rayyan tell once to do a live broadcast from the all star game in Anaheim it was back when Anaheim had the the all star game and they wanted to promote that and I forget if they still on the team at the time or maybe it was even just promoting the fact that ESPN was doing a bunch of things down there and it was me broadcasting in front of a ton of little kids and I believe it was one of the days when the Michael Jackson story was hot and it was just all about Michael Jackson doing horrific things to children and I was supposed to talk about that because that was the top story in the country that day got to cover the news it was difficult to say the least I was doing a radio show in hushed tones it sounded like NPR he turned on the overhead speaker we had talked about M. J. when I get to the bar the Neverland ranch just turn it off okay so here's what Michael had and they were literally there there were players who were signing baseballs and the line snaked around right in front of where I was broadcasting from and it was all children and their parents that's all it was it's all about corporate synergy that's a vertical integration Fauria but again to repeat the news Bob Eiger is out as CEO of the Walt Disney company who is the guy that replaced him Bob Chapek who is the chairman of Disney parks experiences and products will be the C. E. L. UP next Donna retorno criminal defense attorney who represents Harvey Weinstein don't go anywhere but first headlines.
"e. o." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Where I am interviewing the C. E. O. of MAO deals so if you could share with everyone where did the idea come from so my brother gets better for coming up with the idea group on had just launched and we were just talking about Los Angeles that how standards that really spread out so one group on launch we live in the canal valley the deals were never near us so did you have an idea let's just do a hyper local version and we also have a give back program a distinguished are stopping the bait big daily deal sites so every time you purchase something on our site we get back a dollar to a local school or nonprofit and that's really added up we've given away almost half a million dollars six years that's amazing a lot of people have heard the saying the riches are in the niches and I think our guys are a very good example like that how I think sometimes I'm sure I'm sure as are scared to get local or more knee sh but you are an example of how there's a lot of power in that and there's a lot of opportunity you speak to that yeah I mean I think that we're still standing and is very roller coaster type of industry because we did take a very specific area cater to our area and we also understood I think really on that we had to be a win win for not only the consumer but for our vendors who are also our clients so if your hair dresser you're gonna want to get people who are local you don't want people driving thirty miles coupon that you're never going to see again so we've really build businesses in the canal valley which is a really fun part of what we do yeah so are you self funded or did you raise money to start our we are self funded huh and it's kind of interesting when we when the website was built our website developers did not really have a lot of confidence and I so they built the website that can handle like ten or fifteen sales of a deal and we were selling hundreds of things very early on so first the first week of website crashed and that but yes well we were self funded and we've sent you know both the website at the handle a pipette a past you that we'd regularly do so did it feel like things just kind of grew organically and started growing right away or what was that experience like I'm it was organic and we really had no idea what to expect but it was a really fun time to be at the start of something new and something that people were so excited about we had our deals will go live at midnight if people would step to minister but our next deal was so now we there are many more daily deal sites and online shopping so that now but he's worn out but if you think back a seven eight years with online shopping was really kind of new we were at the forefront of that and that was really fun and exciting how is your industry changed over the years so what happened right when we launched there is a my competitors that came ma'am because it looks so easy to do so that was really kind of scary and challenging at the beginning so what has happened now is there are very few people left standing in this business missions we have great price but was really a long process and getting to that point what would you say is allowed you to stay standing and differentiate yourself from the competition one thing we understood early on was how important customer service would be people are scared.
"e. o." Discussed on WGN Radio
"E. O. I bastion of delta airlines he was on one of their programs I think it was box some name like that anyway they talked ed Bastian about all things airlines of course as a kicker story they had asked about the viral video from last week that showed the man lightly that the right word punching the seat of a woman in front of him who had reclined she had taken out her phone and recorded them has become a viral video there are both sides to every story since that story has broke up American Airlines has got involved and of course because it was on there airline the woman told TMZ she's gonna sue for assault and the world is divided about who is the bigger jerk the woman who reclined into space or the man who retaliating the way he did we talked about last week on the program and still after six days we come to no consensus but the CEO of delta airlines was asked about this and he says well he does not recline his seat he believes people should have the right to do so and what a politician right in the middle right he said the proper thing to do is if you're going to recline into somebody you ask if it's okay first that's the really this coming from the CEO of delta that's how you do it I have to turn around a skews me sick as a great okay seems kind of weird why have the seat recline if I have to get permission from another passenger the article goes on to talk about all of the arguments what he says no it's really what they were talking about was the seat pitch we were referencing this as well they they article says cabins have become increasingly crowded over the past forty years as of the airlines have attempted to fit passengers on board seat pitcher the distance from one seat back to the next is about thirty one inches for Connie seats some budget airlines only offer twenty eight inches at delta bastion says we haven't reduced our pitch on our aircraft in years we're going the other way yeah right she's simply says all the right things doesn't and he's coached how do you feel about this I I wonder though yeah I think it's a good thing that a viral video of two passengers who are acting like complete babies about an issue that we really haven't figured out in society why we need a societal concert convention because of the way they both acted like babies I'm gonna record you I'm gonna hit your seat they have created all worldwide conversation one it is getting probably as much time as coronavirus about the etiquette on airplanes three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred have you thought long and hard about your approach to reclining or not reclining are you changing I'm going on a flight on Friday or Saturday I'm not a recliner so to me this is not really that big of an issue but somebody reclines into me I'll be thinking about that video but we've seen that American Airlines is actually you know had had the way in the the rival delta CO picking a fight with airlines with American Airlines or just answering a question from CNBC it seems to me that maybe this could be something they should be talking about at the next C. E. O. convention when it comes to the airlines Patrick we think Patrick are you doing I'm good how are you man love your show as always thanks buddy up point out the the goal I get in print if you believe he he all right coach I know right I would yell at right some day some day right first class which I want to say to thirty yeah yeah I was in first class Patrick he's got a private jet this is a CEO.
"e. o." Discussed on WJR 760
"E. O. of airfoil group airfoil is a creative marketing and public relations firm with offices in Royal Oak New York and Silicon Valley oil has had clients such as Microsoft eBay Comcast and perished in the interest of full disclosure it should be noted that Lisa also has a direct interesting family business nation and she's married to the co host a family business nation Jeff Smith also joined on this tour a family business nation by Sean cook an attorney with Warner Norcross Judd Sean is the chair of the Warner tax practice group he's also a certified public accountant John provides legal services to airfoil into Lisa and Jeff Smith Sean when we finished our previous segment you're talking about the different ways that an attorney can help an entrepreneur and the entrepreneurs family you started out with the state planning what are other things that you do for the business and the family well they're file as a closely held business and with the clothes held business including your file what I do is I act as the general counsel for the business so whenever there is a potential legal issue and I brought into that I bring my legal advice and I try to bring in the you know the subject matter experts if I don't have that expertise into the picture at all soul would be in the general counsel I I address several different issues so from the corporate just the general corporate how do we structure our business thinking about the future trying to protect assets trying to protect businesses all soul employment issues often arise in this in the the schools to help businesses expansion issues lease issues everything that the business and counters contractual issues so I've been involved with many different aspects of airfoil what I really enjoy about the calls the old business use you can sort of see the whole the history of it and and you know the ups and the downs the difficult issues the less difficult issues and it's just really a joy to see and I just enjoy working with entrepreneurs likely saying like chaff and help them grow their business now showing you said you started by focusing on a state plan how long ago was that how many years have you been working with Lisa and Jeff that's a good question is it's been well over a decade probably almost two decades now while close to two decades and I can tell from your interaction the room it becomes almost like I don't you say a friendship but it's got to be a pretty close relationship you must know their sons in the family absolutely you get to know them at a different level and you know we you you maintain that attorney client relationship but I do consider them friends that I do we know when we talk on the phone you know it is very easy to and I since I know their history I Sir and no Sir the view point on the world what the risk profiles are and so I can really give them solid advice.
"e. o." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Coffee makers to air purifiers could generate a lot of interest the C. E. O. wants to focus more on health care equipment it could take up to a year and a half to separate the Phillips kitchen unit Jimmy back to you for about seven twenty two time ever conversation about your health with doctor Deborah motor professor at Nova southeastern university's college of osteopathic osteopathic medicine she is we're certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine as well Margie Dr good morning well this is not much of a surprise is it what we eat is will over will determine our longevity in on this earth and specifically they look to thirty seven thousand people over a long period of time to figure this out they sure did and as you point out to me we've been since the hippie days you are what you eat right so diet is the single most important predictor of health and yet diet is the vital thing we almost never measure even though the game changer in the lives of our patients and imagine out of a hundred and ninety five countries worldwide the US held the forty third highest proportion of diet related deaths according to research published last year and so here we are mounting research is showing us that diet is an equal opportunity killer people independent of age gender country of residence socio economic status matters not to some extent affected by poor dietary habits in fact most of the top dietary risk factors are related simply to not eating enough nutritious food and to me that's an important message so instead of just saying Hey cut out junk food emphasize eating more of something good rather than less of something bad right you know that's that's the issue with this in this country we I mean we cut invented fast food in so many ways and Elise bad fast food and and Americans are addicted to it whether it's a burger and fries from your local McDonald's or Wendy's or whatever might be or or so it is in in all the things that do make is heavier and that it impacts our heart and everything else what diet specifically talking about low carb low fat yes ya I'm sorry my mind went to Krispy Kreme waiting for the right right good for you good good to low fat waiting for the train and you know the recent published in a study analyzed U. S. national health and nutrition examination survey over a five year period with as you say over thirty seven thousand adults with a twenty four hour dietary recall so in this study are healthy you low carbohydrate diet low fat diets scores were associated with a higher total mortality wears healthy low carbohydrate and low fat diets courts were associated with lower total marked immortality suggesting the quality and food sources are extremely important and although all of that is so from this research they caution that you cannot directly translate this information to the assessment of health benefit or risk associated with the latest greatest popular diets promising a healthier you yeah you know this thing with I I think it's it's the sourcing of of the of the ingredients that we utilize them and you will always be ice but a couple weeks Italy every year and I was come back and have a more positive image of always lost weight and it's all because it's made in the back room the ingredients are right down the street the chicken with the I. meeting died last night around the corner you know those kinds of things and we the things that we put in our body because we go to a grocery store and we grab all of it I think our communities would be better off if they allowed us to be able to plant and and form in in our in our local areas and there's so many companies that will allow that you know the smallest patch of vegetables would help a family both financially and health wise but don't don't tell the community beauties that say all of that's not going to be good for our our property died so it's amazing anyway you know what you just said it so beautifully also be a place that yeah thank you and the takeaway message here is emphasizing what you said who can be medicine when eating properly unsourced correctly or killer when it's not we'll get the get the get the the krona I understand a very good a Krispy Kreme and stand there yeah I know and my tomatoes almost ready I'll pick it for you I'd love that thanks to god we talked last week take care the lights on take care method is a look at our sports is during the forty Niners she's both.
"e. o." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"E. O. of that STC or the social development commission thank you both for being here today thank you for this thank you welcome I understand George that that you grew up in in poverty how has that affected your life's work actually it's been extremely important to describe how I am today I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for my experiences as a child even some the negative and positive experiences as has really guided me through all my milestones in life some being good and some being bad my family moved to Milwaukee in the in the fifties I was around two years old at the time at that point we were somewhat of a stable family there was a male who work who is working in my grandmother who took care of the family but then there was a tragedy in our family very early on when I was about three to four years old where he was out fishing on Lake Michigan and and slipped off the pier and died oh my goodness that was a tragedy that took our family in a whole different direction I imagine and so we we kind of kind of went from that point of being somewhat stable to really up a position where we were not only be an African American in Milwaukee but also being a lot more challenge from the economic pressures of not having a male providing that type of income for a family so we moved from where we were actually to other parts of Milwaukee there were more affordable but not as nice okay in terms of the housing in those types of things yeah I didn't realize I was poor sure because I think most people say that that you don't family it with yeah in the end I was truly raised by women and with examples now of males from others so it was a really female dominated process my grandmother my mother eventually my mother married had eight kids back for stepfather at that point he was my stepfather even die he can shop when we when I was twelve oh goodness so it seems like for for me specifically those kinds of tragedies with male specifically put our family into a situation when it was very much a female dominated process good in many ways bad in some sure and we see some of that today I think in in in our in our community but so I think with that dole came a situation where as I grew up my grandma did a good job with my mother to make sure we were educated to the best that they could that that's going to Thomas segregation sort of resources one always there but we have great teachers I will put the what and by a but as I got older and I needed a little bit more male influence I think that's where I became a not able to stay within the framework of the values of our family and find myself getting into a lot of trouble eventually dropped out of school back then though luckily I was able to go into the marine corps okay which is not available to a lot of young people today and I think if I hadn't done that I probably would want to do as a matter of fact that was hit in in doing something that would probably have at some point that would have been that how come because it was not a lot of work for us I was dropping had dropped out of school I didn't have a lot of counseling about what I should do one way or the other and so for me going to the marine corps with an option to my mother I think in her great wisdom and fear of what might happen to me if I hadn't done something made it possible for me to go to court you mean they say that all things for a reason.
"e. o." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"E. O. and hiring someone new to try to turn things around airlines working hard to try to create the perfect airplane seat here CBS is Chris van Cleve we flew with Alaska Airlines frequent flyers over California's bay area for a sneak peek of Alaska's new cabin the only rose they got closer together on this plane were in first class the new seats created by BMW's design works are intended to feel a bit like a luxury car was basically to give the yes I'm more comfortable feeling jet blue has spent years working on its new cabin the leisure carrier also went with the curve backseat with memory foam the distance between rose stays the same but because the seats themselves take up less space jet blue can add up to twelve more seats astronauts on board the international space station will truly get to have an out of this world Christmas that's what they enjoyed yesterday a video message for the astronauts Christina coke Jessica Mayer Luka Palmer Tiana and into Morgan does sending sent out indicating it was a fun holiday although the astronauts so it can't be with their family Morgan says they do get to spend time with one another and still have an opportunity to watch some Christmas movies in space when I think about missing my family on the ground I know that their visiting family and spending time with family and we're gonna get to do much the same thing and I'm gonna bring some of my own family traditions with us on board the international space station on Christmas Eve we turn out all the lights in the house and we just have candlelight now we can't have candles and candle light on the international space station but we can turn the lights down low and we can watch Christmas movies and so we're gonna do something like that when will enjoy our Christmas Eve together and welcoming Christmas day the next morning then those astronauts have the company of some Russian cosmonauts also there for an extended stay over these holidays at the end of the year twelve fifty right now on WBZ hit areas outside North America folks getting a great view with this guy last night CBS is jury could Duncan explains Christmas night ended with the last solar eclipse of the decade the moon passed directly between the earth and the sun late last night covering the center of the sun it left a ring of fire visible around the moon right there the eclipse could not be seen here in North America but people in parts of Europe Asia Australia and Africa could see it at least twenty her dead after a typhoon makes landfall in the Philippines typhoon Phanfone known locally as typhoon Ursula made landfall with wind gusts of up to one hundred and twenty one miles per hour that's equivalent to a category one hurricane at least twenty people were killed in the disaster and more than one thousand others are taking refuge in evacuation centers today Phanfone was tracking over the South China Sea it's expected to weaken to a tropical depression before hitting northern Vietnam on Sunday night CBS is Tom Hansen to Notre Dame football players receive a big time Christmas surprise we get more from CBS is Peter king the Notre Dame fighting Irish you're here for Saturday's camping world bowl game most of the players are on scholarship at just before Christmas day practice coach Brian Kelly called up to walk on players to the front of the room for Christmas presents old friends from Santa and Mrs Claus inside the boxes cards that red color should players were surrounded by their teammates Kelly says makers hard work hard for the team in the.
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"By the way the Dow opened up and has not moved the whole day what one eighteen up on the Dow and by the way it's blowing up ten they got rid of the C. E. O. finally and we've been posing the question man how is he still in there and I think what it is he earns he did such a grown magnificent job on up until these two crashes and just the reaction to these crashes of just been piss poor that's all very bad you know these companies higher crisis management companies whoever their company is to have done a good job number always full disclosure and on November eleventh Boeing came out and said something effect of all we looks like we gonna planes up December January and we find out that's not happening so he's gone and the market like sets up ten apples up five also and you know what everybody's saying on apple now the five G. we'll say it seems to me it's like at the fact thing to just own if you're buying stock right now but it's to expand that I wouldn't touch and valuations the highest I've seen in five six seven years on it but the top one sixteen three arms up three member we mention three two days ago it's up like six Bucks an not that we're gonna buy it with no growth but that we told you turn the corner a couple days ago and United health is up three on the downside Disney's down to I think the numbers on Star Wars by the way that's because no one wants them in the background I think the numbers on Star Wars would not as good as long the movie we'll say yet I'm not a Star Wars not but I love Star Wars you know I complained to the bad ones I have been through tion of people because they just to me not not not big star power but I'll let you know what else the only up for though nasdaq up twenty five nasdaq one hundred twenty three Sox's up seven of course and I just mention the names with that with apple and you got a few of the things are working on that nasdaq's I will get into it Beth the transports up twenty eight advance the Kleins flash on the nasdaq been improving a little bit on the New York it's twenty to sixteen new highs pretty damn good you ready for a few things and then we'll get into the Marxist later gold and gold stocks our we've been telling you to be on top of them if you look at the G. the axe man that's set up well and a move above twenty eight ten twenty eight eighteen very bullish the G. de exchange the good small gold miners move about forty in the smaller gold miners are stronger than the the the regular coal miners names in gold Newmont mining as a new yearly high N. E. M. when I told you to buy it we just mentioning it to you and when you go to I'm gonna give you up on S. S. R. M. that is a silver so used to be called silver state mining I think but now it's access or mining gold and silver breaking out arranging someone of one of those Cup and handle patterns S. S. R. M. I need to go scanned the rest of them but we only starting to shape up the goal the metal is now edging back above the fifty day here and silver is about the fifty day also I'm writing that down as we speak so I have to mention that next the oils not the green that there really isn't a lot of leadership in the oils but they're starting to come on some of the oil our transporters pipelines many give me a symbol you are and that's a new high but the main oils that we watch all the time they just recovery mode look at pioneer natural PST that's a has has had one down day out of the last twelve go from one thirty to one fifty but very very tough to buy there's really no great range to buy off of and stuff like that but we are saying again the oil should be on screen now and that's a change they went dead for a good over a year update.
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"E. O. and founder of retirement planners of America and we are firm that specializes in retirement planning our clients are primarily people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon yes and as of the end of last quarter we we now work with over eight thousand five hundred beautiful families across a forty three states we manage over four and a half billion dollars and you know that is such a pleasure a privilege we are so grateful to our clients for that and you know one of the things that Financial Times named our financial advisory firm one of the top three hundred financial advisory firms and this is actually the third time that they've done that and we're very proud of that of course but without our clients we would be nowhere so you clients we love you we thank you if you are not a client it we work primarily with people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon so that is you then I encourage you to go to our website at our P. O. a dot com and while you're there a lot we podcasters shows if you want to hear it again or segments of it you can we have videos we have articles we have all kinds of information on there about retirement planning and us our website again is our P. O. a dot com now one of the most important parts of retirement planning in our view is social security planning and the thing about it is it is extremely complex it's remarkable how complicated it is you know there was an Olympic gold medal for complexity social security would win it every year I mean they are hands down the most adept at creating complexity of any organization may be on the planet and our retirement planners are are we put into a six week training program we certify them and to it to make sure that they are able to answer a question for you on when and how to take social security so one of the questions that we get asked a quite often as you know how do you when will I break even if I start taking so security at sixty two versus sixty six or if I wait you know to sixty six on seventy you know how long to take the break even when will that happen so I want to give you some simple quick easy math to be able to calculate the break even aids so let's say that you have somebody and he's trying to decide whether to begin collecting benefits of a thousand dollars per month now or delay receipt for one year by delaying for one year his benefit would increase by eight percent and so you get a thousand and eighty dollars so how do you calculate the difference right well bye for fitting a thousand dollars for twelve months which is how much he would collect now anyway two year he gave up twelve thousand dollars if he doesn't collect that right now what's he going to get by doing that he's gonna get eighty dollars more so the question is how long does it take for that eighty dollars more to pay you back to twelve thousand dollars to two gave up okay it's pretty straightforward so again ignoring the time value of money although if you want to email me about it go head and cost of living adjustments the twelve thousand divided by eighty is a hundred and fifty months which is twelve and a half years so generally speaking it takes about twelve and a half years to break even for every year right so so if you want to delay for one year that's what the deal is now another way of looking at this example is that you are essentially taking twelve thousand and purchasing an inflation adjusted eighty dollars per month annuity okay so the way of looking at it you take the twelve thousand and you're buying eighty dollars a month with it you've lost it the the the the the the the the twelve thousand now let's let's look at another example so we have Sam and Cathy a merry couple who are both about to turn sixty two Sam is eligible to receive two thousand per month and when he's sixty six he expects to live an average life expectancy which is eighty five and Kathy who is a health not is eligible for a thousand dollars a month at her age sixty six and expect to live to be ninety four okay so she's going to outlive the Sam so is Sam and Cathy retired eight sixty two and they begin their social security benefits Sam would get fifteen hundred dollars a month and Kathy would get seven hundred and fifty okay so she's going to get a twenty five percent reduction of benefit and it would be permanent and it would reduce Kathy survivor benefit when Sam dies if she survives him which he's assuming she will so instead let's say that Sam waits until the sixty six to begin receiving his benefits he'll receive two thousand a month and waiting until eight seventy will increase is benefit to a full thirty by a full thirty two percent that's eight percent per year for four years to two thousand six hundred and forty that is the amount that Kathy would receive at his age seventy an event of his death okay so even if Kathy lives until age eighty eight delaying Sam's benefit until the seventeenth allows a couple to receive more than thirty nine thousand more over their lifetimes then it is started at age sixty two okay so the the even though I gave you an example words twelve and a half years it's not quite as straightforward as that okay there are other things you need to consider the disparity in ages and and the health and how long people are gonna live in those kind of things and the differences in the benefits that you're going to get so what I would encourage you to do if you are about to make any decisions with regard to Medicare social security all those kind of things is go to our website it's R. 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"Put a message in the company suggestion box earlier in the year saying that smoke breaks are causing problems our C. E. O. saw the comment and agreed so we are giving non smokers some extra time off to compensate how do they determine are they timing people what if I'm a smoker by don't go in every day got every other day kind of three days paid off I'm no no no no no no no no no I only smoke sometimes I just want some of the deal it's not an all or none because you see I have an addiction problem and now the company is preventing me from having time off because of my addiction they should be giving me more time off because of my addiction and they're sliding me and what they're doing is is that they're they're they're bullying me an intimidating me by giving others days off and their shaming me because of my addiction all yeah that's a good art I am super woke bought all yes it is become socially acceptable to publicly shame people for smoking fair or not that is the case so I'm not sure your argument I am which it should be publicly acceptable to shame women who are lululemon in public Hey I think it's me publicly acceptable to point and laugh at women who think they can wear jogging pants while they're in a supermarket it should be I know you know it is now I did the claim sorry it is very okay also also cation the men also okay to shame the the the the man I it's okay also the same man who in a restaurant where their favorite sports team on a on a baseball cap unknown take it off also okay shame them all is inventing things I'm just inventing all the things yes it is okay to shame people drive a Prius absolutely what you can afford a Tesla B. H. right that's what you gotta do just just just do that this is I'm telling you it's going to lead to problems it's going to lead to problems but it is thanksgiving it is thanksgiving and here is this is five little known Tina rules you probably don't follow for thanksgiving so let's see let's see whether or not we follow the the right I need good thanksgiving music fan and into him thanks yeah that's the area I don't know William cat is what I think of I think at thanksgiving here's number one pass the salt and pepper together always yeah I don't know if I'm and I don't know if I'm done with that right to some people most people I run into use one and not the other do you sell the other prisoners I hal normally it's just normally to me it's just pepper really very rarely do I use okay but if you said past the pepper I would just pass the proper I would feel the need to if not do it on the meal only begins when the host or hostess unfolds in places they're knocking on their lap now that is something I actually do believe and unless you're told please eat unless it's please start eating hot you wait you wait for everybody to be at the table be seated before you start eating that standard only.
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"Of BK the new sim remembering Kaiser Permanente a C. E. O. is a dear friend and healthcare pioneer he said Bernard Tyson's vision and influence made an impact at home and abroad Tyson died in his sleep yesterday at the age of sixty and we're talking with ABC news correspondent Andy field anti we're hearing from secretary state Mike Pompeii all his thoughts on the upcoming impeachment hearings he he was in South Carolina you talk to some local reporters here it and was asked a lot about the impeachment hearings of course it has a lot to do with his department of state departments dealings with the Ukraine he told the Philly if their W. S. at W. C. S. C. quote I hope everyone who testifies will do so truthfully and accurately no I did some odd thing to say because there's no indication that they've done anything otherwise they they take an oath to do that he goes when they do and that is testify truthfully the oversight role of Congress will be informed I think Americal come to see what took place here an effort to combat corruption and then he says they don't know the answer I hope that they'll say they don't know the answer again no indication that everyone's done otherwise so these are unusual answers for the secretary of state thinking of people who have testified so far we have yet another transcript today yeah just two days before the public hearings we get the transcript from Deputy Assistant secretary of defense Laura Cooper who told house investigators of president from through the office of management and budget withheld already approved military aid for Ukraine and she says it was done against the advice of career officials in the defense and state department she also says that Volcker the ambassador who was kind of the go between for everyone here strongly implied in a meeting at the end of August that if you cream issued statements related to election interference with the president wanted the money would be released do we know if we're going to get any more of these testimony transcripts before we get to actual live testimony on Wednesday you know I don't know if there's any more to be released there may be but what's interesting is that consistently and this goes back to like Tom pale as saying that you hope will tell the truth well again they're all under oath and they all tell a consistent story and and some of these people don't really have any connection to the others are losing their in various parts of this puzzle that they're coming together and they had to testify and and their testimony all seems to confirm that a I am in fact there really is a thing not to confirm at this point because of its own chief of staff Mick Mulvaney in a public press conference confirm that yes there is a quid pro quo it's done all the time get over it so I'm not quite sure why but what all this extra testimony is being done with someone it is close to the president of the chief of staff has already said this on camera Andy field ABC news thanks for taking the time thank you all right it's time for your traffic.
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"On the wing trust business lunch the Burr trend here thanks very much for tuning in a little bit later in the program and where the C. E. O. of win trust will be here we start usually on Fridays with Andre heinous who is in the studio with me now Andrea welcome back to the business thanks Steve okay so a lot of Amazon news in the in the in the past several days one of the stories is this with this four star store which I don't quite get can you explain that for me yeah so they have physical store locations that they call the four star store which only Kerry's item sold on Amazon they got customer approval ratings of at least four out of five stars so in other words it's our most well reviewed can a popular item okay but and when I I read the story and thinking so I'm not going to know what I'm going in there for it does sound like more of a treasure hunt people have called it because you can't be like well I need to get you know a radio speaker I'm going to go to the Amazon forced her store because they might not have a radio speaker but they will have a conglomeration of stuff so if you want to browse and see kind of what the top hits are probably license if you don't need it might be a fun little hunts so you know they talk about stores in retail now moving into experience a is this kind of what they're thinking that this is going to be cut I mean it's not really an experience but I guess in a way it is it's like just because you're not going in there for batteries. right it's not functional shopping so yes to that extent it is again it's a treasure hunt it's a little bit of the fun of the of the chase on but it was fun as you know because we talk about all the time ray they're experimenting with all kinds of storefront things so as successful as they obviously are online they are opening different types of stores you know the grabbing go kind of stores and it does seem like they're way to experiment and this four stars stores going to be in Oakbrook center right that's right which I like to because we wonder about what's going to happen to the acres at the malls they're kind of moving into an anchor store yeah new things going the malls were for that rate we don't want them sitting like empty hulking beasts and they're going into part at least one floor of a Sears store yes and is Chicago's been sort of active when it comes to experimentation for Amazon stores that's true that's true in fact we're getting one right now building nearby the grabbing go kind of situations so and they open the Lincoln Park was I think one of their first or early delivery drop off kind of places they've experimented again with their different types of of store models there's an Amazon gold not too far from here the peddlers that's that's what you're getting as well and then they also have an Amazon bookstore is it on south Porter somewhere up on the north side that's right yup okay so we'll see Amazon for it which called for star yes coming to Oakbrook center do we know when it's going to open. I don't know there have been a little bit quiet about some of the details and that is one of them and if they have some job openings posted they have to commit to a date I know they have one up in so ho and I think they're gonna open some others as well so but yeah I like I like the idea that they know it might sound weird but they're just they gets keep trying something new giving a shot and they can afford to experiment I know they're hiring in oak brook for this store but they're hiring began around the country to write that's true other in the news this week was their massive career day they're having huge job fairs in Chicago and five other cities and the plan has thirty eight thousand people nationwide do we know what they're going to do these jobs yeah it's a really a variety there will be software engineer type jobs which are six figure you know kind of jobs going down to warehouse staff which are just above minimum wage the people packing and shipping your orders and when is this job fair it's next week okay so yeah it's a ton of hiring Amazon is the number to employer now behind Walmart there either I think that that that was very surprising to me was that surprising to you probably not snakes I read about this quite a lot as you probably yeah as you know so it's worth it might surprise people in general although I don't know we think of them in almost the same terms in terms of retail just wait wait right so I mean Walmart has their warehouses they have their delivery trucks have all that and then they have the in store employees Amazon despite what we just talked about they don't have those in store employees it's a very different type of employee Walmart obviously as you say has retail employees people behind the register Amazon has much less of that but they have more of the warehouse and tech type do we we know how many of these jobs are gonna be Chicago jobs or is that something of keeping kind of secret I'm not sure if they have divided that out what's they are overall though as we mentioned thirty thousand and six cities right though okay so then that's had a holiday although those on holiday jobs as a real jobs right those are those are not seasonal job that was a real job they also do that but okay not seasonal so from Amazon to Google. a Google once its workers to know it's okay to. exercise their free speech in the workplace as long as they don't talk politics yes Google which has been you know over the years pretty you can consider pretty flexible forward looking on a lot of these things ran into some issues with employees discussing certain things getting what the employees perceived at least was negative feedback from the company the the original case behind us was a former employee who said he was retaliated against and ultimately fired for expressing conservative views on company check out for us so he's talking conservatively and he thinks that obviously Google's not so conservative so they're punishing him that's the side of the story what is he still documents so completely different and our kids feel documents you can still documents so what does all this mean they they're revamping their training or what are they doing about this yes so they have to make sure it basically do like raise awareness among employees to let them know that it's okay to talk to the media which is also kind of you know that's authorities want to go to the media about your employer that's that gets thorny I want to us about the report but I can't imagine the employer wants them to do that yeah rate SO especially you know in many companies have controls about what you can say about them pretty normal right but you know Google has been the were very open don't be evil we are like this tech leader and you know face it beats and all this so they have to have the the don't they have like a really active work force politically active work forty two they do their work first tends to be very active they're very smart people who seem to be very secure in their jobs. they bring to the company they walk off and they're opinionated about all the issues we always talk about about how the tech world behaves in the workplace and how it's changing our lives and using these technologies for good they do tend to be very opinionated so do you think well this is a leading question your honor but I mean so this conservative guy maybe he doesn't fit in so well there and is feeling a little bit there is not feeling the love I should say. could be I would say overall you know the tech companies tend to be in terms of their employee based on the more liberal side so there could be some conflict that I love from this updated handbook reflector exactly with the quote from Google as well sharing information and ideas with colleagues helps build community disrupting the work day to have a raging debate over politics or the latest news story does not come on and have a raging debate in the office what could be better let's talk football instead Andrei hate is from the Chicago Tribune we'll take a break and when we come back but you know my son grew up at the gamestop store yeah and they're gonna be fewer and fewer of them you're listening to the winters business let's hear on seven twenty WGN traffic.