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"element bay" Discussed on Middle Market - Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors
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"element bay" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Austin thank you meanwhile people are gathering at the old Tarrant county courthouse in fort worth for a protest rally for this evening also parts of Dallas are gonna be under curfew starting at seven tonight running until six tomorrow morning this is gonna go on for a week Dallas police chief U. Renee hall told a news conference the curfew would last for seven days so tonight that curfew will encompass multiple areas the balance farmers market the seniors central business district downtown west in victory park in uptown and protester place Friday and Saturday in Dallas in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody the Dallas proto seven times turned violent and destructive as of ten forty five last night Dallas police said that they had arrested seventy board people including thirty six outside of city hall and an additional twenty seven were also arrested on McKinney Avenue ten were arrested on freeways and also one of the intersection of element bay's streets meanwhile Texas governor Greg Abbott has sent more than one thousand five hundred state troopers to various Texas cities to help control the protests over the death of Houston native George Florida Abbott said in a news release over the weekend the troopers are being sent on to Houston Dallas Austin and San Antonio and Austin or Houston police chief art Acevedo said on Twitter that nearly two hundred arrested on Friday in most gonna be charged with obstructing a roadway.
"element bay" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The glass windows have been shattered in their sole light looting according to police when I got there there was no one inside but again police had surrounded the building so that no one got any kind of ideas a Tom Thumb in uptown also the victim of looting last night now courting to the city's Facebook page Dallas police made about eighty nine arrests twenty seven on McKinney Avenue that's around that whole foods ten on Dallas freeways wanted element bay thirty six and fifteen hundred young street and fifteen who are vandalizing buildings around field and what all Rogers according to police each of those people will be charged with inciting a riot reporting live Charlie Hodges newsradio ten eighty KRLD north park center in Dallas has posted on its website that it is closed today this aftershock him down early on Saturday after getting an update from Dallas police the Dallas morning news reports Galleria Dallas in Highland Park village were also planning to be closed today several other retailers some of them with locations damaged in the demonstrations are closing some locations that includes some target stores in the downtown Neiman Marcus in Dallas among the places damaged during the protest thing U. S. faith leaders find themselves wrestling now with twin traumas American religious leaders across faiths are grappling with the heavy burden of helping to heal to active traumas rising civil unrest driven by the police killing of George Floyd and the corona virus pandemic Chris Jim Jewish and Muslim leaders have raised their voices to condemn racial bias in the justice system while discouraging violence in response to the killing of Floyd a black man who died after a white police officer press the knee into his neck those words of solidarity for many clergy came as their worship routines remain upended by the virus Jim Bartow news radio ten eighty KRLD hope you're having a great weekend Mike Rogers here with Susie's Elise another big re opening coming up on Monday lots of fresh air and nice views we'll tell you about it on the K. R. L. the morning news one local cities now offering some relief.
"element bay" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Get a chance to cover these service. Cd's and talked to him about it. He's April combination about modern psychology German military tactics and all sorts of other things together into this management style. Whether is a no fare coach? You know they don't blame the person. They blamed the problem that the nonsense that everything an everything that they do. They just do it better than everybody else. Now if you look at times in how he's aged how he's gone over the last six or seven years it's taken a lot out to them and that's why it's interesting at the moment to see what he's going to do next and how much longer he'll carry on doing this full. Because he's obviously ultra high achiever. But what else does he got left. What else do ambitions contain an? I'm fascinated to see that I think it was very close between him and solve this crisis referencing principle but just the creation the shit depths of of culture. I think he think the only criticism you could probably level types of is that this thing that James Lead to that. He kind of inherited the team in a way that taught didn't up that sent. He also supercharged. Mercedes through the hybrid arena. He's made much more of what is there. He's created this culture as we said of FEHB also have accountability so every employee there is is able to express how they feel about how things are going without fear or favor and they can attack legs. Problems unimproved the fact. They've been able to sustain they rom. Three to significant rule changes over the last few years may not that some precedents is far as we can see and his hit rate of success beyond the fact that he's got the stakes and six compared to five and five. Mercedes one something like ninety two races in seven years with taught at the helm you know. That's that compares to talk winning a ninety nine fourteen years so incredibly efficient in terms of winning and he'll say manages it with the other things you know he's he's good on the politics He's a good front man for the tape. He manages the commercial side. He started that team in a way that makes it not too depending on the parent company. Daimler I it. Sustainability and another key thing is that he's been able to get the most out of historic driver Lewis. Hamilton Lewis is better bathroom better with Taito at the Hellman. Lewis speaks really highly of title. As does James Allison him as the best boss. They've had in foam and that speaks volumes. The other thing about wolf is that he doesn't have a background. As a manager he was an investor many was sheldon Williams. He got the opportunity to become a manager Obviously he's had to his management style in the job from the get-go winning world championships where we'll see John had many many years Managing Persia teams etc etc. Before that and I think that's the most remarkable thing about about such a wolf is he. He told himself to become manager literally whilst winning his also had varied experiences dealing with different types of Dr Relationships. You know you've had the the equal number ones of Rosberg and Louis where you're trying to control to drive coming through championship. Who are totally loggerheads? We each other dealt with the controversies. The Monaco Escape Road Instagram Nikko. The Spanish Grand Prix in two thousand sixteen when the Pack Alighted Subsequent Collisions. He's dealt with a lot but he's also managed to utilize the arrival of protests. The facts made Lewis a bit more comfortable and rather than allowing Louis to back off against your comfort zone and not be a strong. He's actually used it in a way of getting more of Louis had that long winter chat entitles kitchen where they went through their relationship while they fought each other is lifted. Lewis to a new high. And I don't think we've seen Louis better than he is right now if we could put it down to one thing or is it simply a the fact that he seems to hold many skills. But I'm really interested to know if you have to pick one aspect of titleist pass or management style that puts him head and shoulders above the rest. What would that one element Bay is apply colleges? He knows perfectly out to approach the people in a different way and that is a very good quality especially run would have to to what a lot of people every people is different than Eat knows how to approach everything. The best where everybody in the best way and a the same time and other big quality. I think he's able to predict the future so he I think at the moment is the best team brings Because E is able to know before all the rest of the field what is GonNa Happen? This is not a very good quality. For increase to human psychology side. It comes to most of having significant intellectual. He's very very bright like any. He's never satisfied with anything. He's always trying to learn some more senior situations where he's drilling able for information about how they manage this situation. You know the people from op spend time with him. Brian for the event ones the boss of the cycling this one older Toda Francis and he was drilling in for information about how keeps the team on the bubble in always ready to go again so the next year? So the phones. So it's just that relentlessness I think is wall marks out any great in our sport whether you're a driver or MSCI mechanic aura. A Race Engineer. You have to always be seeking mall. They have to always be relented to see looking to improve yourself and everybody around you and I think that's that's that's what it is within. Yeah he says that same trait with Lewis. Hamilton is easy. Well it can happen when you on top you can get complacent Could back-off Jomo talking about this earlier. As well with Ross wig out with the team suddenly off to twenty sixteen Louis could have Perhaps but Louis stays on it. He keeps trying to get better chases as he describes it ghost 'cause when he's out on track and I think Taito is of a similar stock you know he's he's never satisfied even when they winning. He's always looking to improve looking to stay on top and cross the opposition. Is that relentlessness? James said stands in my car and it seems all winners up pretty pleased that they've been placed in the positions on our greatest f one team because once again. We have a message from the winner. Let's take it across to missed a tie wolf. Hi everybody trusted afford. I would like to say thank you to the Motorsport Network. Journalists that have participated in the voting and I must say very Hambo to have been elected the best team principal. When when? I'm looking at all those names Giant and particularly Frank Williams they role models for me shrinks Stamina Andrews. Zillions is incredible and I was able to blog and watch from him was at Williams at the end of the day. We old just figureheads for the team. Every single individual in the team deserves that credit. And this is why I would like to pass on this award. This prize to everybody within Macedo. Swiss had to make races and titles. I'm also very happy to see. Many of my teammates haven't been elected in the top three on medals and bundle to guys who Trends WITH RUSSIA. Very very strong bond as well as royals who have been the Johnny and and of course Lewis who has won the type based tribal as you know Lewis and I are very very close and seeing income out on top so we won the team principal. We've on the driver is great. So thank you very much and again you know the strength of the pack so this is a price for all of US federal budget. Thank you again for the. But I think it's safe to say that our team is in rather good hands and he completes our lineup so we now have paid Bonington. As Race Engineer Adrian newly as chief Designer Stefan Melancholy as sporting director Ross brawn as technical director Sustaining Moss as number two driver Lewis Hamilton. Taking the lead as on the one driver and of course we've talked it all off today with title Wolf as team principal. Good look stopping that lot. I think is safe to say but do you think you could put together a better team than our panel of Global F one experts. That is know your lineup in the comments. Thanks ever so much for joining us on this special series Lookout for more special series coming your way across the motorsport network channels at thank you for joining us. And we'll see next time. Thanks so much for back..
"element bay" Discussed on Recode Decode
"You're the kind of person that likes dive deep or you just want to keep up with the current political landscape this show is for you subscribe to the weeds or free right now in favour pocket staff to get new episodes automatically from box and the box media podcast network. We're here with Steven Levy. He's a well known tech journalist. I've worked Around him not with him. Actually at anything at In Silicon Valley for many years He's the author of a new book. Facebook the inside story. We got unprecedented access to mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg so in building this company. I think we can agree. He's a he's a killer he's a killer like that's another thing. God is this guy was GonNa win at all costs. Essentially which is I think in element bays owes of gates much more so gates. He reminds me quite a bit of gates when I when there was his mentor. Yeah he told Me Bill Gates was his mentor in that podcast which I was surprised but not in any way surprise Roy right well when I interviewed Bill Gates you know he actually brought up the comparison and some things like they both dropped out of Harvard. Then these big companies though gates made sure. I knew that he did more coating gates than more code album. He made sure to get that one in well. It's interesting because gates in. My experience is a fundamentally unpleasant person who then became relatively pleasant because of the donations. He's making all around the Glory Roy Interviewing Bill Gates now is so different than a winning. There's Microsoft is still there. It's still the same personality is still there which is interesting. But he's certainly evolved as a person But in general you know very Ungenerous Always insulting other people's products Always wanting to be on top. You know it's a Mary. It's a big strain which mark has in spades here which is also the case so he starts to face facebook. You have the Sean Parker stuff you know telling that story. Talk a little bit about how it evolved because he went through a number of Ceos COO's and people. Before he settled on Cheryl Roy where he always had sort of a second in command and the person's job was to do the things that he didn't WanNa do right right. Yeah yeah he loved product and what he wanted to do was build the product design of products. And I got hold of this notebook. He always kept his little notebook Where he wrote his visions and He had destroyed them after a certain number of years and again Because what he was wanted by the exposure of his early where they were called the book of challenge. One of the key book is called the Book of change and that was the book that in two thousand six. He gave all his ideas for the news feed and for open registration which is when facebook opened up from students to the whole world And he also talked about how facebook would operate. He'll be this amazing information utility where everyone could learn about everyone else and even at a few pages about these things equal dork profiles Serve there will be profiles of people who hadn't signed up on facebook. And so when you're talking about that idea this idea of his vision. Tuck who does that? And why did he destroy them? Well he's supposed to his. He told me he destroyed them because of he didn't want people to Cherry pick them of like they did with his instant messages and balancing things present cherry picked. That's what he said but okay fine. Whatever okay yeah he because when even just recently we did this excerpt in wired and it focused on the notebooks. And I asked them again. You know I'm able to Part of the accesses. I just send him a message and he responded within a couple of hours and I said you know really what would you do? Some people told me it was for legal reasons. He's no no no no no. It was because I was affected by that I didn't want this stuff Exposed out of context Well context is depends on. Who's saying to the contest? So Cheryl Cheryl so he he brings Cheryl Roy so they have this debacle call beacon covered it and heavily which was a product which we mentioned it frequently what you do when you went on the web and when you bought something if you missed a little dialog box that flashed up and didn't respond to as a default was the purchase would be shared with all the people in your newsfeed and literally? Someone bought an engagement ring were their prospective fiance and this showed up on her news feed of the because of this product and it was a disaster for the company tone of which had been throughout his history of scraping privacy violations listening about people's and we're not using information in fact they were that this kind of pattern of and to me that was beacon was just another example of the same thing and it led to the consent decree with the Federal Government. Roy was one of the number of things that led to that Twenty eleven to consent Decree So after that it was he felt that while. I really need to bring on something to help. This company grow up really. And why did they do beacon was is it 'cause mark or what what what the DNA companies always the DNA because it was mark? I'm basically and this is something that happened. Not just beacon but a number of things go through all of them where people close the mark top. Some of his top technical people stopped engineers say him mark. This isn't a good idea. Sometimes even say mark this is just wrong and he would overrule them right. He would say Kleenex to high school. There were several different things that but I guess the key thing always around privacy. The KIEF FACEBOOK is the launch of the news feed and that was something that when it first showed up There was a huge most facebook users were objecting to it and you know this was something that be previously before the news feed. You had to look at people's profiles to learn what they were up to like go. What's CARAS profile? And then I'd learn. Oh baby you know whatever or whatever but the newsfeed changing all that information would be pushed out you and it was a different experience. Some people felt their privacy was being violated and mark said We've faced of this. I mean people were panicking facebook but mark eventually came to understand that actually people were using the news feed and loved it and he put some privacy features in there was another quote. I was surprised by voyeuristic. Pete what you learned in college got into the Face Mash problem where he scraped and stole right other people's information without their consent right right so unquote was really telling is yes. The people were more voyeuristic. Not that I did anything wrong but that. Wow this is an insight that I need to use later in my like Cherry. Pick the happen. The newsfeed turned out to facebook by far. Most successful products are still. That lesson. He took was listen. People are GonNa Squawk but this is good for them. They really WANNA share so if we withstand the storm things will be okay. But we're going to talk about the completing of lots of things so just because of a success in one area. It doesn't mean privacy violations or good in another room down and so he tends to conflate a lot like and I think that's very common in Silicon Valley's I was right about this and therefore I'm right about everything. I think that happens. Lots of founder driven companies which is unfortunate problem and then no one goes against them. You know trump sort of plays that game. I'm right you'll see. I won that kind of thing. So it's IT'S A it's a quality of a certain personality that tends to give them success and also tends to be the thing that makes them undone so he gets Cheryl good to share right so so he's looking for his executive right and you think back to Google when they needed to C. E. O. A little on. Interestingly marks executive was not a technical person right it was a great manager? Someone who built the business side of a company Cheryl of Physical later bones? Google ads showing outs and They they met. It was kind of like dating almost thing professional dating they went to the Flea Street. Cafe closed the joint and went to Charles Place and she had to throw him out. Something like you know you know. My kids are asleep. My husband is up there. You know I got up tomorrow morning. Leave here and but something clicked. And she took the job she was going to be have more thority than any previous lieutenants high But the split was very stark that he would get all the products stuff and everything else all the stuff that didn't interest him like sales. Were policy She was going to be in charge of the content on their Sharon policing the content And these are things that He thought were less important to the future facebook but some turned out to be very important to the future facing right and so for a long time. They had a very copacetic relationship. A very meaning that it worked well for both of them in terms. I think they've always had actually a pretty good relationship though. Obviously there's been strains on in the last couple of years but Things the things work great. I mean she. Besides Sales Cheryl also had a role in the culture. I think mark even even mark recognized. There was sort of like a bro Aspect of the culture. It had a lot of dorm room. Dna to it and Cheryl very consciously purge that she made it a friendlier place for women so as you move through this. Everything's going really well. They still have this sort of overhang of a privacy constantly. This idea of an and this pull push pull between free speech and control And I it doesn't really rise until this past few years. Everyone loved them. This was company that was dominating things getting more and more powerful from your perspective. Mark Change in that time period well and changed in some ways you know. He grew up. He got married He had to handle some crises facebook. The Big Crisis. Facebook took place in two thousand twelve when The whole company was always made obsolete because they were slow to pick up mobile right man a little bit about that right and they also had a very unsuccessful. Ipo that was that was harmful And you know it was well at one point They even fell in mobile. They had to make their own phone to compete with of Apple and android. I tell that story for the first time about how the focus was called. Ghost face killer the phone. Yeah and so he. In some senses grew up in another sense he was the same. He was still very very competitive. And these issues where privacy came face to face with a lure of growth it was always growth that one in growth is just huge bed facebook and I spent a lot of time talking about that and the guy they picked ahead the growth team Trauma Palley Appalachia..
"element bay" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Of the earliest elements bay packers goal so blocks in even in the early stages that wasn't the the point of what google was doing and what motorola's doing and so that was always sort of there's always some dissonance there but i think it goes the environmental sign because this is like an device that you would never kind of by i get it by one snead by parts and you have a zone for maybe not forever but for a long period time and so was it was up ending everything was up ending like the way a i works around so it was and it just it it wouldn't have worked it with the mess play he would have shaken me you know rout of the whole industry and but if it didn't rout of the industry no one was going to notice and so was always going to be this crazy idea always i have all these different elements including including the environmental side but i think would've motivated a lotta ayers but is sort of an all or nothing deal and that's that's kind of the way scheme phones are you that's why phones or so designs to work for everybody instead of it being like what what if there's a screen microphone because you're musician or whatever it just hasta work for everybody and i think that's kind of the most active goal financially you know make sense but they're boring in terms of you know originality your character all thank you harrison so much for joining us i really am i really enjoyed rating of pace and i mean i think is ten turn la sometimes we have to switches that's like modulator it is the next.