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Getting Glammed Up For The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards

Forever35

11:27 min | 1 year ago

Getting Glammed Up For The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards

"Going to chat a little bit of top here on this episode about our experiences at the iheartradio podcast awards. Oh yes because we got clammed up we sure did we shared it and we're going to break down our Glam because we were nominated we were nominated for best fashion and beauty. PODCAST and spoiler. We won we won an an award. We won an award. I mean not to to my own horn but Tutu to say smash that Horn Button Dory because it was very very cool to win an award. It was cool and before we won I was sort of like whatever and then we won and I was like this is the coolest thing ever. We also didn't the plan on winning so when they announced games we'd just laughed. We did we really. And we did not have any nothing to say. But we were nominated alongside such awesome. Awesome podcasts yeah and fat Mascara naked beauty dressed the history of fashion and the cut on Tuesdays. Look at you and we beat them all it. Just kidding I mean look it was great to meet so many people just be around other pods around other podcasters. See Gavin to grow perfor- Kevin Durant perform was. He was very still. He's still got lucky. Still got it and it was cool just being like getting to meet the people who made the Elizabeth homes theranos dropout podcast for your cool. They were cool. We just got to chat with people. It was neat. Yeah it was like seeing all your favorite podcast people. Irl The guy who does lower was lurking around everywhere share. Was He presented an Award Conan. O'Brien Conan there. He didn't stay for the after party though he didn't Nora mcnerney our favorite successors were Stanton won an award. Anyway that was very cool and during I don't normally glam without. We would discuss that up top on this episode and we should say this is a guest free episode. Yes we're trying out ESTA just us for better or for worse. You're stuck with us today. We're trying something new where we just have occasional episodes where it's just too we can make if we attorney okay. Okay so airbrushed my life you. Did you know when I went into your bedroom to change. Noticed it on your nightstand and I was like. Ah He airbrushed her leg. Okay so I've never had a spray Tan I've always wanted to get one and it just feels like a lot of work work and so I've never done it. Yeah and then. The thought crossed my mind because I was wearing a short dress without stockings. And then I was like. I don't have the energy or the time or the money and one of my kids was sick last week and involved like a trip to the emergency room and it was a whole spiel so instead I went to Ulta and I purchased Sally. Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion. Okay and I just rub it on. So it's not a self tanner it kind. I don't know what what it is. Is it basically like tinted moisturizer for your legs. Yes but it also like smooth them out in a way that felt very creepy but also wonderful laming in your legs look great they looked. I have you know. I'm pretty pasty. I bruise easily. Same you know and look no shame and loving ourselves as we they are but for this event I wanted airbrushed legs so look for like eight bucks. Yeah it was. It was Kinda fun purchase. I would definitely use it again. Was it something that you went to Ulta to get. Did you know you're going to get them or you just saw and you're like oh no sounds like a good idea. I went because I knew because a woman I worked with WHO used to work in television news once told me about it and she was like always used the Sally Hansen airbrush legs spray. I got the lotion and the spray. And they went with the lotion. Okay but I also went to Ulta to get press on nails. Yes your nails looked amazing because I wanted to try press on nails because there's been a lot of changes in the world of press on nails. Since we were children there have been there have been advances. PRESA nails are very good now. They stay on and so I bought myself some dashing diva diva press on nails. They looked amazing. Like I kind I kind of I was like oh I should have just done this because I didn't have time to get a manicure. Didn't even think about it exactly way. I could have bought you some. Although they were like they were like wiped out at the alte I went to which makes me think. Yes all the iheartradio podcast award award nominee westwards press on now CONAN there. I just think it's a thing people are doing now. Yes the like technology. The adhesive technology is it's much better than it was back when we were young INS. I was just noticing. You're not wearing them anymore. No I took them off. Because the following morning I had to participate in like a garden build older my children and how were they to remove pretty easy actually just yeah and so you know for me I have very short nails are very thin. Nails nails I've gotten very into powder dip but that kind of did a number on my nails the that broke and mail. Yes which listener recently asked just how that is it healed itself. Oh good good good grew out but anyway that was the other thing I did press on nails love that was like a new new beauty adventure. Really Fun Yeah. L. Shaved for the first time in like two months. Okay I put. I'd used wander beauties baggage claim. I'm asks before I did my makeup I should say I didn't do you make up during I hired Glam squad. We sure didn't really went for it. We did we should tell everyone I did not WanNa get Glam squad dory was like no. It wasn't going to bring it up and since you're bringing what let's just do our own hair and makeup in. You're very persistent. Well you know what it was. We recently had photos taken and I did my own hair and makeup and I thought I looked fine. I thought I looked good. And then we got the photos back and I was like I guess they did my makeup for like irl life and not not Hitler and not not like photographing life. Yeah and it's different. It's different and it was like you know what this thing is a red carpet. I've never walked red carpet before and our award is getting handed out on the red carpet which they informed us like four days ahead of time. And what if I'm going to be photographed by at least I wanNA feel like I look my best. We are also in the fashion and beauty cat and we were in fashioned beauty category. So I felt like if I showed up with like I don't know bad hair crappy. Makeup people will be like what so I said this in. Kate was sort of like. I don't think so. I don't think we need it. I don't think I'm going to do it and then you came around. I think you saw one of the other nominees getting prepped. Yeah and they looked amazing and I was like what am I thinking. Yeah and then thankfully. I'm glad we did because we got our pictures taken. Yeah we did. It has never happened to me in my life and you know I felt like we looked good. Someone we got our hair done and like actually did my hair and you have like a hairstyle like you were like. This is how I want. I want my hair to look. I know it was exciting. I had a whole theme yet. Had A cat I for the first time great. I felt comfortable and confident. You look MoD. That's what I was kind of going for laud goes into it I also want to say that I wore a spanks body suit which I don't mind body whereabout shape wear. I realize that's this may be controversial but actually Kinda like it. I wore the formerly pregnant. Persons version of shape wear which is huge maternity underwear. Where which sounds very comfortable? It's like super comfortable space and it goes up. Goes all the way up. Didn't you tell me that you would like thought about wearing some sort of like like bodysuit and then you're like fuck this well okay. So I wore address from a brand called Farm Rio which learned about on busy Phillips Instagram. Busy rocks that the farmer they make really beautiful dresses like amazing prints and they had a black Friday sale and so I bought a couple of dresses. The dresses are low. Cut and one of them has an open back so from Rio also sells these body suits that you can wear under the dresses interesting so I bought a couple bodysuits. 'CAUSE I was like I'm not really like a super low cut dress person but then when I was trying on the dress which is like it was like a Kaftan style dress very low cut uniform. Thank you I put on a third love BRA that I hadn't worn since before I got pregnant but it sort sort of fits again and it's a very pretty fuchsia Bra. That kind of went with my dress and it was like peeking out not I wasn't like fully exposed does but it was kind of peeking out and I was like you know what I look good. I'm GONNA wear this without the body. Suit it also had an open back so you could like see my brow which like I historically would never do but I was like who cares and then we were walking in. There was a real housewife walking in front of us. It was STOSKOPF from vendor pumper. I think it was actually I. I think it was Aaron. What's her face went and looked up starseed's outfit and confirmed Nazi? Okay Yeah I was because I I thought I see then I thought it was the other one. Okay now. You're saying it was I looked. I like old. STODGY podcast. She was wearing. I mean to be fair. She's wearing a jeweled exposed bra. It was cool though but she was wearing an exposed for. Yeah and and then I googled. Like broad jewelry. Yeah couldn't find one if anyone has the Intel on Bras I bet she just bought a bejeweled brought like I bet that she bought it is I bet she bought a Bra. That is meant to be exposed. I liked that I thought that was kind of a cool way to like sexy up. Your Bra Strap Straw. Yeah so she did look great So yes so. I wore that dress which was like totally outside my comfort zone but I felt great and I were shoes that I bought when my book came out so that was two and a half years ago. I've hardly worn since they're like these beautiful hot pink mules these like kind of I dunno flower looking things on them. I'm not describing them very well but I got to where those and I felt good and so that was really fun. I also felt really good. I rented address from rent the runway. Yeah and I wore shoes news that I have worn like once that I've always want excuse to wear and I also felt good and I was. I went a little out of my comfort zone getting my hair kind of done up. I've been doing my eye makeup differently and it felt really fun which I think is when we talk about like beauty and beauty culture and all all the stuff like the point of any of it for me I hope is to have fun. Yes like to express full which is one of your words your yeah and that was. I felt that the whole night like I felt like we were ourselves. And we're comfortable. I don't know about you but I felt confident totally I also felt like true to myself and my style. Yes I feel the exact same really cool and also reminded me that like I'm rarely in a position anymore where I have to get dressed up for anything and that sometimes it's really fun to get dressed up.

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How to Repair Your Image: An Online Makeover

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:35 min | 1 year ago

How to Repair Your Image: An Online Makeover

"When there's news about a person or company good batter ugly? It usually ends up online but new reporting from the Wall Street Journal shows that some of the wealthiest Americans have found a way to scrubbed their images online getting rid of the bad stuff and replacing it with more flattering coverage reporter. Rachel Levy of the Wall Street Journal joins us to explain. First of. We'll ritual how did you come across the story so I cover hedge funds for the Wall Street Journal and I had been researching one of the subjects. It's actually in the story and started noticing some websites that drew my interest out. I was looking on Google. And that's sort of how this began this lead you to an Austin in Texas based company called Status Labs. What exactly is the service that they're offering their clients to status labs is online reputation management company? Their external lawyer. We are sent us a letter indicating more about what they do and what they told us in what they were we have in we put in. Our story is a single false. Accusation can cause permanent damage damage to a person or a company's hard earned reputation. This imbalance of power has made the first page of Google. I and oftentimes the last impression for individuals and companies The where continued attended on to tell us that fifty five satisfied employee's US quote variety of proprietary methods which are always evolving to help clients disseminate positive and truthful information about themselves themselves online. The first part of your story deals with Jacob Gottlieb who was a hedge fund manager is used the services of status labs to scrub his image Jacob Gottlieb. The league ran a large hedge. Fund called Victim Asset Management. A few years ago. It had several issues that came up one of its money. Managers was accused of insider insider trading and died by suicide a few days after he was charged Mister Gottlieb's former brother-in-law go into legal troubles as well and his on effectively leap was forced to shut down about a year ago or a little more than a year ago he was considering raising money again for Hedge Fund and and my understanding is that last year he also hired this reputation company status laps any paid thousands of dollars to do this cracked. Did it work. As far as GOTTLIEB's attempt to rehabilitate his reputation several websites featured Mister Gottlieb. After he hired status ops so he would search for his name on Google. You would come across these websites that appeared like news outlets but we're not actual news outlets google news in particular was featuring several of these of these websites until I called and asked about them and Google news took them down. They said that several of these websites didn't meet at standards over Transparency and he also tried to rehabilitate his image in the form of highlighting his donations. His philanthropy correct so several of these articles. When you read through them the the bulk of them there are overwhelmingly positive and fathering they would tout his investment acumen his charity and in one case found on a website called Medical Daily Times? It said that he had donated to initiative. Nyu when I called NYU. They said That he actually hadn't donated to that initiative Though he had donated to other initiatives that at the school though. Interestingly when you call that website pizzeria entire onto was Was the the number that picked up. That's funny Pizzeria Rian Toronto. Yeah and then. The author of that particular article had a photo that was actually A Canadian theatre actor and then when I tried to meets the candidate theater actor has publicist told me that I had no idea. has his photo was being used. In this way Rachel talk about wikipedia. which was started by status labs co-founders because that figures into this as well so i? The CO founders of satisfieds pre ran a company called wikipedia which was banned effectively by Wikipedia by the organization that is overseeing wikipedia Several years ago and going forward and to today's status labs one of the services that they apparently have provided to some their clients. Is wikipedia edits. Now that's not a problematic history on its own But you can't go in there without their permission Kenya well. They could use a free encyclopedia so I could create an account. And and and and and edit it but I have to disclose wants me to disclose if I am working on behalf of somebody if I if somebody's paying me to edit their page I am I am supposed to under wikipedia is rules to disclose that what were some other more notable clients of. There's some fairly familiar names here. According to my reporting status ops provided added services to several notable people or companies one of them is now education. Secretary Betsy Devos. There's another large Hedge Fund Citadel L. Massive Hedge Fund On Wall Street received wikipedia edits and And also the owner of thoroughness of the defunct company. Well Theranos the company. Leave Rachel. Have you had any responses from the people that you report it on in your story namely Jacob Gottlieb Betsy Devos or theranos else so Jacob Gottlieb when I asked him about status labs. He said that he hired them to help him. Watch his new venture and then in relation to generally speaking but also to The website that featured information about him about NYU donation. That wasn't accurate. He told me nobody would make an investment based on a no-name online online blog. Although he did say that it's helped his reception on tinder the dating APP. Betsy Devos I didn't get to speak with her but her spokesperson at Advocation Department said that it doesn't sound like the Department or the secretary of a relationship with status labs and didn't respond other questions that I sent an S. for Theranos I tried reaching Elizabeth homes as attorney As well as other attorneys and I could not reach them. What's the bigger picture here? Rachel in the age of disinformation. You know this story about manipulating Google's Algorithms and wikipedia entries and essentially getting away with it despite regulatory scrutiny. What's what's your biggest takeaway from this story? My biggest takeaway is. Is that despite many efforts to make it easier for us to find information online regular information online there are still ways for websites they can masquerade as news outlets to appear online. Avoid Google's detection even appear on Google news which is a source of information for many Americans and I think I think think it raises a lot of questions Wall Street Journal reporter Rachel Levy. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me.

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Play Times Over for D&B

MarketFoolery

12:18 min | 2 years ago

Play Times Over for D&B

"Seth Jason thanks for being here. I'm in my full don't run me over callers with my greasy sweaty guy who biked in a look. So for those of you who can't see me look for the video, that's, that's almost ever this is. Yeah. This is when the people are like, no we're happy that it's an audio podcast, we're thrilled. We don't need. We don't need to see you in the bright, orange biking shirt. I don't even have a handsome voice. Nice speaking voice. Let's move along. We've got we've got a bunch of news. And we're going to we're going to preview some earnings that are coming after the closing bell. Let's start with Dave, and Buster's, though, because first quarter profits came in lower than expected. And that's actually the first time in five years, that's happened for them. Shares of Dave and Buster's are down more than twenty percent this morning. I know they lowered guidance how much did they lower it? I mean they didn't they didn't miss by something. It wasn't a whole much that full year guidance to and they missed by a penny or something. But people are freaking out. I think once you've set up the expectation that you're going to do better than than people. Expect all the time than the minute, you don't all heck breaks loose. Hey, I on a stock that's done fifty percent or something. And he's a very clever tech company. So if you really want to know how to lose money come to me twenty twenty some percent and a day or a week, nothing but Dave and Buster's to me is one of those businesses seems odd to me that sort of still exists because you've. You've so much restaurant competition. And then you on game and food. I mean how is everybody not at home? Getting door dash food delivered while they play eight packs legends on their on their XBox. Can I answer that because you don't always want sixty your friends coming over to do that? You sometimes you just want to get out of the house. I suppose a comp comp suggests that the a slightly slightly negative flat. People aren't all add excited at least the last quarter, or so they've been getting a little growth over the years by opening new locations. The margins I was like, in the margin been kind of creeping downward for several years now. So this is not my idea of a super awesome, opportunity that free cash flow isn't really there. So unfortunately, you know, sitting there at a price earnings ratio of seventeen sounds like a bargain today. But I think it might need to be more of a bargain before it's a before it's a real deal. Glad you mentioned the cops because that was one of the things that leaped out at me when I was looking at this quarter was that they're, they're comps really. Aren't that great? The new locations. And by definition for those who are new to this podcast or new investing. When we talk about comps, same store sales by definition. Those are locations that have been open for at least a year, the new location. I mean, this, this is one of those things that is maybe not a red flag. But maybe it's a pink flag. Not just for Dave and Buster's. But for any, whether it's a grocery store, just a basic retail operation, or in this case, Dave and busters where it is a little bit of a pink flag where you go wait. So the new locations, there's the initial excitement. Dave and Buster's has opened up in your town or your city or whatever it's like, oh, let's go there. But if they can't sustain those people, and I'm wondering how much of the gross margins creeping down has to do with an increased marketing spent because it does seem like they are doing a lot of promotional stuff. Yeah. While the margin I mean, all the margins are on the way down. So I mean their food prices were going up for a while. And then we had labour and other costs going up. So, but a lot of restaurants are experienced. It's just plain old competition. You have to match prices or in, in some way or another, to bring people in the door. One of I guess, one of the challenges, I would guess, exists for Dave and Buster's is hey, it's a it's super small location without much stuff in it, right. No, it's, it's not it's a place where you play stuff. So it's not like cranking out another one of those poll as with the wrought iron furniture made out of black pipe from from the, the plumbing store. It probably costs, a little more money to build these locations, if they're not paying back so quickly. Your financial start to their other way. So I think on the plus side over the next couple of years, Dave and Buster's to the extent that they're looking open up new locations. We'll probably have more options as commercial real estate continues to face some challenges on the flip side, whenever the conversation turns to well, we think of recession is coming next year or two. You know, when I think about stocks that are recession proof, Dave and Buster's. It's at the other end of the spectrum, this is this is a business. That's done. Well for a bunch of years, but it seems like one of the ultimate discretionary income stocks. Yeah. I guess we'll find out someday. I'll predicting recessions has been a bad business. Yes. In a while. So the fact that the stock is at a two and a half year low, you're not looking at this ain't no. Yeah. By on this dip now. Yeah, I got I got a long history with with value, finger, quotes value stocks like this, that continue becoming more, and more of a value, but less and less of a value, if you know what I mean. Tesla had its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday. Shares were up briefly this morning in part because Alon musk made comments at the meetings at the meeting. He said he say anything positive. Well, I can hardly imagine, you know what? Let's, let's be clear if he's not any CEO, who's not saying positive things that their shareholder meeting is doing a bad job of being the c. So I don't knock him for that. He said, among other things, it won't be long before we have a four hundred mile range car talked about in twenty twenty Tessa drivers will be able to use self driving features without intervention. I it seems like you just look at the stock chart today, there was some initial enthusiasm stock. Doc was briefly it's now down a couple of percents of problem. If you if you say things that don't turn out to be true often enough, sometimes people stopped believing you it was more than two years ago that Elon Musk promised us that you'd be able to sleep in your tesla while at drove across the country. And everyone believed it then, and then, you know that never happened, and then he kinda dials things back and then a couple of months ago, he doubt things if he said, four sure there will be a million robo tesla robo taxes on the road, you'd be stupid, not to buy any other car, which is just laughable. I mean, consumer reports a couple of weeks later rated autopilot, as dangerous and more difficult to drive with than just driving yourself because it was so erotic. And now we have a couple of months after that autonomy day, which to me, seemed like a smokescreen designed entirely to try to shift, the sentiment of the, the company away from financials and towards, you know, hey, we're going to become an Uber competitor and now. Now, a sort of walking things back and saying self driving without user intervention. But also at the same time supervised robo taxi, which, by the way like Waymo is doing that right now in that exists in other forms? And he just makes these promises that don't match up that don't line up with the reality of what other self driving car leaders are saying and what they're doing. This is a really difficult task and it's not just a matter of getting a couple hundred thousand or a couple of million more miles. There's real diminishing returns for machine learning for doing this, and they have not cracked, this not yet in Tesla's doing it with more. Limited hardware than other companies is nobody else trying to do it their way, which tesla true believers would say, well, that just shows a genius. Mosque is I tend to think that if he's the only one doing it this way, and all these other really smart people are seeing you probably can't do it that way that he's probably the one who has it wrong. So very interesting shareholder meeting. There were some other comments that stood out. To me, Tesla's shareholders are obsessed with the idea that there of being victims. They love this idea that they're victims of a media conspiracy, which is hilarious because they are the, the beneficiaries of so much media incredulity for years. I mean nobody nobody looked at mosque and said, can you really do all those things until recently, now, of course they don't like it. I one of the remarks of something about, you know, it's crazy. The media talks about you is if you're about to go bankrupt, and he says, you know, of course, we're not that's just insane. Except not too long ago, everyone thought they would need to do that. They were running on a cash and must claim they weren't. And then after they had a quarter or they got some free cash flow. He came out and said, yeah, we were only a couple of weeks away from running out of cash. So they wanna have it both ways. It's really nutty. And to me, it's the kind of stock where I wouldn't take a real position in it either way. Because on the one hand you have a CEO who's very comfortable saying things that are not true. And you have a lot of other executives leaving the company probably related to that on the other hand, you have this rabid shareholder fan base. That makes the stock whip Cy it's completely detached from fundamentals. It's all about this crazy personality, not for me. You just reminded me of. The Alex give new documentary that was on HBO and for for those who haven't seen it. It's a it's a fabulous bit of documentary filmmaking about theranos, and Elizabeth homes. And one of the things that. Was noteworthy to me in that was the opening of the documentary. That was a decent bit of information about Thomas, Edison, and sort of, you know, sort of tracing the line of the Silicon Valley, fake to you make it mentality back to Thomas Edison, and saying, you know, Edison did a fair amount of that. Like, there's, you know and, and, and that's, that's a tried and true practice that, you know, didn't didn't start with Elizabeth homes. It didn't start with the Elon Musk. And you know that, that kind of thing goes on all that being said they report earnings second quarter report is scheduled to come at the end of July. It really seems like on the times when tesla has come out with, like a legitimately, encouraging slash great earnings report. A lot of that other stuff just disappear. So and by the way, I'm like you, I don't own shares. I would never know millionaire short stock. I'm on the sidelines just watching all of this play out Noddy and. I just sort of think, to myself. Well, you know, no one ever gotten trouble for walking up to bat and hitting home run. And if they don't, if they come out at the end of July and have some blog quarter, and that, then that helps. Well, of course you have to do it. Yeah, but, you know, the miracle quarter was it was to a large degree, and it wasn't really spoken about at the time. The cash flow quarter was was a artifact of really massaging working capital and calling in some favors. And so you wonder can actually keep doing that. They raised money following the miracle quarter because they needed it. So the suggests that they couldn't keep doing that. It's not easy to build cars. It's not easy to build cars, and you also tell everyone you're going to build self driving electric trucks and all of this other stuff. So maybe they pull it off. I really hope the industry goes, but they have a lot more competition, coming from all the other manufacturers, and those manufacturers are not stupid. If you're looking at a higher for your small business naturally want to find the best person for the job. And the odds are that, that person is on linked in and Lincoln jobs makes it easy to get matched. 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The Importance of Rest and Recovery

Daily Sales Tips

04:21 min | 2 years ago

The Importance of Rest and Recovery

"Might tips are as much for me as they are for you. And may involve some more thinking out loud, especially after how much the conversation prompted by my reach versus relationships piece on Lincoln has helped Volve some of my thinking. So today, I thought I'd talk a bit about rest and recovery. It was John Clegg. The former Olympian turned medical device sales rep who I interviewed on sale success stories who really got me thinking about this after he talked about how much he prioritizes recovery in his own approach personally. I've sort of a macro and micro issue going on. So from a macro perspective. It's looking like, I probably won't get my first vacation until close to the halfway point in the year. Spring break from my kids this year happened to be the same week. As the biggest conference of the year for my company where typically managing conversations and other interactions with over half of my clients. So I sent them to Harry Potter world in Orlando while I went to work in Las Vegas, and yes that was the Vegas trip where I got sick afterwards and lost my voice, then on a micro level. This week was one of those crazy travel weeks. The trip to Vancouver was super productive. But according to my fit bit I slept for three hours and fifteen minutes on Tuesday, four hours and fifteen minutes on Wednesday and five hours eight minutes on Thursday. And then to add insult to injury. Waking up at two forty five AM to catch a six fifteen AM international flight home wasn't a lot of fun after all of that. So personally, I'm looking for a bit of reprieve sleep is probably the first thing I need to work on. So I'm looking at really backing off of my us. Four thirty AM wake up time for a week or two just to make sure I get back into that seven or eight hours of sleep zone where I perform best, unfortunately, that's probably going to have to wait another week because my travel schedule next week has me spending a bit of time on both coasts. So tomorrow. I'm actually going to delve into the travel side of things. So these tips will probably go together pretty nicely. The other thing that's fallen off a bit for me is exercise not completely and mostly that's because of the travel, and because my default exercise right now is my peleton that bike doesn't exactly fit into my carry on. And I really haven't been doing anything else on the road lately. So you wouldn't think that exercise fits into the rest and recovery category? But for me, totally does I find I'm way more sane and have significantly more energy when I make time to get a workout in and Jonah when I talked with him. It was kind of. Same thing. Right. He learned the strategy from training as an Olympian right where resting is in recovering is not exercising. But from a sales perspective exercising is a great way to to recover, maybe not rest. But again, it's that energy that comes out of it. So beyond that, I really need to find more ways to incorporate more short but restful periods into my schedule. Since a real vacation probably isn't in the cards until at least June. So one thing I've been doing. There is listening or reading more fiction. I have a tendency to read nonfiction almost exclusively. But I'm realizing that it's just causing me to think about the same stuff all the time, and I never really turn off. So apparently, I'm making the transition to fiction kind of slowly because the book, I'm finishing right now is actually nonfiction it's called bad blood, and is about the theranos and Elizabeth homes collapsed. It reads a bit. Like a thriller though. So it's a good kind of gateway drug. I also listened to old man's war which was pretty good. And if you have some great fiction recommendations, please bring them on. I am totally game right now. So I'm also thinking about experimenting with meditation for a few minutes each day as well, again, just different ideas to incorporate short recovery periods. Knowing that. I'm not going to be able to take like a full week off for a bit of

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Why because she's a billionaire and that I think is something that is worth thinking about. Alex, you'd previously made a film about Steve Jobs who comes up a lot in in. This story is Liz is maybe a role model for Elizabeth homes. Did you see any interesting connections between the Steve Jobs story and Elizabeth homes story? Yeah. There's two important ones. One is I think I think the most important thing about Steve Jobs who in his own way, tried to pretend that he was an inventor when he really wasn't. He was a storyteller. And he was a magnificent storyteller. You could see him at the beginning of his career, you know, trying to hawk the early max he looks like a Tupperware salesman. It's almost embarrassing by the end. He's masterful. I mean, he's he's doing these ipod presentations up on stage choreographed down to the to the last jot and tittle, and and and making it seem like, you know, you're in his living room hanging out with him. I was genius. So he was a great storyteller. And he was a storyteller in the Edison mold which is to say he put himself front and center at the heart of his stories, the main character in the drama, just like Edison was just like Elizabeth was so in that sense. I think they share a certain commonality Elizabeth's genius. Was that she was a storyteller mind. She was telling an extremely fictional story. But she was a storyteller. The lesson though that Elizabeth didn't learn about Steve Jobs, which is a really important lesson. And something that Phyllis garner says at the end is really important. You must always admit it. You will always admit your mistakes. Steve Jobs learned a lot from his failure. First go round, and then his failure at next in particular. So an apple two point oh comes around. He's surrounding himself with some very talented people, the John Rubinstein in charge of hardware. Avi. Veniamin who's briefly shown here in charge of software, Johnny I've designed and these people could say no to him, and he would listen to them. And so he learned from stakes in a very powerful way. The head of Toyota used to say mistakes or precious. Well, unfortunately, not for Lisbeth homes. So one of the people who work for Elizabeth homes. Tony Nugent says that they were at some point on a pathway to maybe realizing a portion of. This dream. And I and I wonder if in your reporting, you have any sense, if there could have been a different story here if they had allowed the Edison box to be bigger, or if they had taken a slower approach is their version of this where you could have had a company that would have been a disruptor in healthcare or did the people you've talked to think that this was a total fantasy. It wasn't a total fantasy because some of the technology is out there to be realized in this era. And by the way, as we briefly pointed out on the film, you know, I think that this was a an area that needed disrupting these two companies that control lab tests in question lab core have been sued often by Medicare and Medicaid for overcharging. Their prices, are terribly. Opaque and very high. So it was right for disruption, and there was a technology there. But two things one was she tried to do wait too much in terms of trying to put all this stuff in one box. There were accomplishable goals that she could have realized and also had she listened to the people around her. Maybe there would have been a path. But the big problem in this often happens with people who are struggling to realize dream, and then when they're not making it instead of paying attention to the fact that they've got problems they invest in the idea that the dream is real when it's not and that was a moment when they were desperately needed capital because they were running out of money and they had to make the deal with Walgreens. And when they made the deal with raw greens. And it was a crazy deal that was kind of bait and switch and all that. But when they made the deal with the raw greens that meant that their shitty testing was being utilized on real human..

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He had a financial interest in in fairness at at the time that he can't is that kosher you wouldn't get paid in shares. If he thought the company was fraudulent, obviously, you're gonna lose your money granted. Right. But it's still poses the question of of the tyranny of a conflict of interest. And I it's it's not clear to me that that necessarily the the bar would would preclude these types of arrangements. But to me, they seem problematic. I've probably had people chanting f my name at various places to. John Kerry, Ruhul we're talking to is a two time Pulitzer prize winning investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal, also the the author bad blood, the book were discussing you mentioned her being attractive. I've always thought that that plays a role in this. There's just something appealing about the girl next door looking attractive blonde. Plucky, you know, up with feminine America. That's that plays a role in it, doesn't it? I mean, I think it was a factor. But honestly, she she's also incredibly smart, you know, that this is an idiot. Oh, no, no, no. I wasn't implying that skewing nonsense at people. She she was she is incredibly articulate, she's got a very, sharp intellect and division. You know, the way she presented her vision was very believable. And she had this charisma. She her idol with Steve Jobs. She idolized John. She was obsessed with how but he actually invented the iphone. See that's the difference. She shared with him. This this trait that he had this reality distortion field chief she had this ability to make people suspend disbelief. Wow. And so she was very much like him in that way. Wow. That that that's that's interesting. But she had to know that this was going to collapse at some point. No, I don't necessarily think she thought that. I mean, you know, what I seen the letter soliciting a formerly soliciting an investment from Rupert Murdoch that she sent him and at the very end of two thousand fourteen and he ended up investing in in the following weeks. And this this letter mentions that the company is going to stay private for the long-term about sixteen or seventeen times. So so I think her game was to just stay private and to keep raising money over and over again and to stay private forever. Wow. Classic pyramid scheme. Final question because we're running crazy late, but what is Elizabeth homes and Sonny Bono Wani's likely fade at this point. Well, that's a good question. I think they're too shoes that are going to drop them in the next. Couple of months. One is the the company is going to run out of money, and and a private equity firm, but loaned money last year is gonna is gonna seize its assets and liquid liquidate them and theranos will cease to exist. I think by the end of the summer, and the other thing is that the US attorney's office in San Francisco has been conducting a criminal investigation, and as you know, the SEC recently charged her and the company with fraud and sunny by Wani as well, but there's been a parallel criminal probe. And my sources tell me that that investigation is very well advanced and trying to tweet conclusion and a distinct possibility is that a Elizabeth and sunny won't be indicted. Time to die your hair Brown in hire a submarine to take yourself. The second. Sure, they're keeping an eye on those folks, John Kerry, ru is a journalist author of bad blood secrets and lies in a Silicon Valley startup John enjoyed the chat very much terrific book. And and well done great to talk to you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having the our pleasure. And I think Scarlett Johansson is gonna player in the movie, which has probably be based on this book. Wow. Really? Yeah..

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"It doesn't seem to be anything redeeming about Elizabeth homes in the book Shakespeare in another stories of people who fall from greatness. There seems to be a little bit more complexity and there are people who have some good motivations, and there were stories of things that they did. You know, acts of kindness, moments of grace, even though their flaw. On, and they commit crime and massive fraud and lots and lots of people. There's none of that in here about Elizabeth homes. What, what do you make of her and why? She did what she did and what kind of person she is, you know, separate apart from any crime she may have committed, what do you, what do you make a purse? Well, I would say that if there is something redeeming about her and if you contrast her with a guy like made off or some of these other mega fraudsters, I do believe that her vision was genuine. The ultimate vision of creating a diagnostic device that would be revolutionary and would therefore, you know, improve mankind. She really did believe in that vision. Unfortunately, she felt that that vision and achieving it justified, everything that she did to get there and and I think that's where she got herself in the trouble, and that's where she turned bad. Do you think she understands. What you do is wrong, or do you think she's still in that mode even when things were falling apart that she was right in everyone else's out together and everyone else is wrong. I'm not convinced that she understands that she did wrong and that she understands the magnitude of the wrongdoing here, a producer works for Alex Gibney, who by the way is working on a theranos documentary for HBO that should come out early next year had dinner with her last fall. And she said to to this producer that she felt that she Chandana anything wrong and that you know, all she had tried to do was build a successful startup and that startups often fail and that male startup founders often fail and they're allowed to fail in that she wasn't being allowed to fail does not only is there a documentary being made about their nose and Elizabeth homes. But as we discussed before we started taping, there's a Hollywood movie being made. Is that right? That's right. Who's playing Elizabeth homes, Jennifer Lawrence forever who's playing you. That's going to be determined at a later date, right? What's happening right now is Vanessa Taylor, a screenwriter in Hollywood, who co wrote the shape of water with gear Mon del Toro is working on the screenplay, and she needs to finish the screenplay handed in at a McKay who is the director attached to film the movie to direct the movie and is producing it will then have to get the screenplay greenlighted. And at that point will the other members of the Caspi detri- see if I can make a suggestion if you need someone to play you. Paul giamati is an excellent choice. How about Mark Ruffalo who also also great who played a great investigative reporter in spotlight and also the hulk. That's what I thought you were going, John, Kerry, ru. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. It was fun. So now comes the time in the show the talk about something that affected me in the last week and you may be thinking in the dog days of summer. I'm getting a little sappy and maybe that's true. So yesterday was Tuesday, and I was thinking about doing something very radical, but I had not done in many many years, and that is to go watch a movie in the middle of the day, and it wasn't sure I should go do that. But then I got an Email from my book editor at can off would finally finished reading the first draft of the book that I handed in three weeks ago. And he said, among other things, quote, I'm very pleased which is high praise for my editor. So thank you Peter. And that put me in a really good mood. And I thought, why don't I now go ahead and watch a movie and decided to walk out into the hot New York City air. So I walked down to an old theater on twelfth street and second avenue in Manhattan to see a movie called, won't you be my neighbor?.

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Treasury's Mnuchin says Trump backs Fed independence

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:33 min | 3 years ago

Treasury's Mnuchin says Trump backs Fed independence

"Barricaded inside the. Silver leg trader Joe's in Los Angeles, and what may be a hostage situation sergeant Barry Montgomery of the. LAPD says police began chasing the suspect after he shot his grandmother and girlfriend that pursuit went into the northeast area. Of Los Angeles were terminated in a collision in an officer involved shooting occurred that's suspect fled that vehicle into trader, Joe's multiple agencies continue to investigate the. Sinking of a Taurus boat near Branson Missouri that left seventeen people dead correspondent Caley harboring reports efforts will focus on pulling the vessel. Out of the water that vote is still at the bottom of this lake the recovery of that vessel will be an important part. Of this investigation as we'll be talking to survivors and witnesses for the NTSB the National Transportation Safety board says it may. Take up to a year to finalize a report on what caused the tragedy I'm Ann Cates I'm Greg, Jarrett from. Bloomberg, world headquarters Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is trying to calm the waters after a flurry of President Trump tweets rattled financial. Markets Bloomberg's Mark mills reports speaking on, the sidelines of the g twenty meeting today in Buenos Aires Treasury. Secretary Steve Mnuchin said President Trump fully supports the independence of the Federal Reserve and isn't trying to interfere in the. Foreign exchange market in a series of tweets on Friday Trump lashed out at China and the European Union for their, weak currencies instead a stronger dollar and. Rising interest rates imposed by the Federal Reserve are undermining America's competitive edge Mnuchin said the president's comments weren't intended to jeopardize the Fed's. Independence several major pharmaceutical companies lowered their spending on lobbyists in the second quarter of two thousand eighteen at a time of uncertainty as. President Donald Trump's administration continues its campaign the lower drug costs for consumers pharmaceutical research and manufacturers of America spent five point. Five four million Dollars between April and June that's down seven. Point seven percent from the same period last year Chinese president Xi Jinping arrived in Africa and a four nation visit seeking deeper military. And economic ties while his rival. In a bitter trade war the, Trump administration shows little interest in the world's second most, populous continent Alien Sergio Marchi owner has been. Replaced as CEO of the Ferrari car maker on the eve of an f one race that sees Ferrari's racing. Team in a very strong position rival Mercedes head of motor, sport TOTO, Wolff wishes Marconi well hailing him as a character and an important personality for Formula one investors suing theranos and the company founder Elizabeth homes.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on TechStuff

"Somebody at at an airport security and they're literally just holding a wooden dowell and they say well i need to scan you for any potential weapons and you look at them like are you gonna hit me like no no i'm just going to run this up and down your body and if if the would vibrates than i know like okay well this literally is doing no one any good right i agree completely our last example is a fairly recent one in fact it's a story that's still unfolding and that is of the renault were you familiar with the ranchos no i was nurturing nut until you had told me a little bit about it yeah off his nazi fingers immediately like half the people are going spoiler spoiler run of the spoil okay okay okay i was just a way of trying to make some light of what is really a very serious thing so yes tell us a little bit about elizabeth homes so elizabeth holmes was determined early early on that she wanted to be a businesswoman a successful businesswoman from every interview i've read every report i've read she comes across as an incredibly motivated woman with a lot of drive and a lot of determination perhaps more than is good for a person but she when she was going to stanford got an idea for a company dropped out by age nineteen to work on this company she had already launched it while she was in college but decided to concentrate on it fulltime when she was nineteen and the company was going to produce a a wearable medical device that would monitor a patient's blood and then administer medication on an as needed basis so imagine wearing something that is checking your blood sugar and can automatically administer insulin that kind of thing sort of along those lines but she then kind of evolved that idea and decided to try and create a technology that would allow you to run a whole battery of medical tests off a single drop of blood drawn from the tip of a finger so you wouldn't have to draw blood intravenously through like you know your arm or a lot of people hate yeah especially if you're like like i've had to go and give like two or three vials of blood in order for them to run tests on me for for certain things you know and it's you know yeah not a lot of people are keen to do that so if you were able to get that same amount of information just from one drop of blood that would be amazing and so she said that she was working on this technology she had hired the right people to to really develop it and she really did hire people i mean she had people really working on trying to make this a thing it's not like this was all a scam from the getgo she really was trying to get this to work she got hundreds of millions of dollars in investments and she decided that she wanted to emulate steve jobs and to have a company that was built on secrecy silo departments that were not allowed to talk to one another she was supposed to be one of the only people who really knew what was going on right so she's she's the she's the allknowing she's the person she and the president of the company sunny by wani who was in a relationship with her at the time they're the only connective tissue right so they they know everything that's going on and they decide that they're going to keep getting investment my they're going to keep pushing for this they're going to talk up their technology even though it's not ready yet their their staff is telling them hey the technology we're developing it's great and all except it's not reliable it's not it's not where it needs to be we need more time it's they had a testing device called the edison they said that it's failure rate was very high it was not reliable at all they were meanwhile already opening up wellness centers and partnering with companies like walgreens to put out test kits and turned out that she was using a lot of standard medical equipment to actually run these tests not the company's equipment not the ranna says equipment because ramesses equipment wasn't reliable at all but because she was only drawing this tiny you know the.

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Academia legal safeguards can prevent this type of fraud from ever happening again you know i don't know that there's really a an easy set of laws or regulations to pass i think what federal prosecutors have done by charging these two people is extremely important they're sending a message not just to elizabeth homes and and to sunnyvale wani but to silicon valley as a whole you know in in the past ten years we've had this gusher of money flowing into the valley and companies in this current boom that still going remaining private for much longer than their predecessors did back in the dot com boom of the nineteen nineties all those companies had gone public and by staying private there's much less transparency and business can remain conducted behind closed doors and and that's created a an environment that's ripe for abuse and excess and wrongdoing and i think you know the us attorney's office in san francisco is saying we are going to make an example of this case to send a strong message this is a shot across the bow of silicon valley that you can't continue to make it until you fake it to the point that you actually commit a fraud like this one especially in reno of medicine question from jenny colgan do you feel sorry for elizabeth homes on any level no i think that this was a massive fraud i think that she truly did defraud investors to the tune of hundreds of millions more than seven hundred million dollars you could argue that some of the early investors weren't really defraud because they invested early and at that point they knew what the odds of failure were and and i think what's much more egregious was her cavalier attitude toward patients she she knew.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're talking about theranos and elizabeth homes elizabeth homes the nineteen year old do dropped out of stanford to start this blood testing startup people who have met her describe her as charming captivating model theirself on steve jobs down to that simple uniform of a black turtleneck and pants and they say she sold her vision masterfully she spoke in a voice that was so deep it would take people by surprise was a funny line it's just weird to me that may maybe she intentionally lowered by a couple octaves god bless i'm allergic to federal indictments but she and the former president of theranos indicted just few days ago on charges of defrauding investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars as well as deceiving patients doctors in the in the hundreds i mean federal prosecution of technology startup is rare especially in silicon valley but we're talking about one that was valued at nine billion dollars just a few years it looks like people started getting suspicious and that included the circle of journalists wall street journal reporter john kerry ru was very suspicious he is the author now of bad blood secrets and lies and a silicon valley startup and it was him completely completely beating the pavement trying to to get the details of what was going on inside theranos that led to her downfall led to criminal charges and he describes in a new york magazine article one of the people yashar ali actually talked with carroo he describes serious i don't know if threat is the right way to put it but at least threatening behavior on the part of theranos following him threatening the sources that he had from within the company or people who had knowledge of the company that they were going to be sued or potentially prosecuted for leaking information i mean it was this was a serious serious thing this wasn't just a a reporter who stumbles on a couple of bad internal memos and then releases them in his in an article this was a serious thing they were going after this guy there's something about someone's mother to i forget i i did the deep dive on the new york magazine story over the weekend but something about he he met with with a family member one of elizabeth homes family members and guest sister or something and he's trying to find out more dirt and the sister then gets an email from the mother saying like thank you for your supporting the family and the mother never had written that email i this is going to be a great movie but one of her quotes from when she was little girl is is incredibly telling when she was nine or ten years old one of her relatives asks her what do you want to do when you grow up and she replies i wanna be a billionaire wouldn't you rather be president that's that's a weirdly advanced way of thinking.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Be able to do these days it was turning into a human center pete of bed tv now let's get into some more fun news because we haven't had that much of a news so far the us has filed criminal charges against their noses elizabeth homes and ramesh bala awani yes one finally yeah as he did a two and a half year investigation by the us attorney's office in san francisco and they finally said you know what this whole thing was a scam and it put people's lives at risk so you're going down down down couldn't happen to nicer people yeah i guess so i think the interesting part here is when i started doing some digging i couldn't remember what this was this was the blood one where they were like saying that they could take your blood and give you all of these crazy you know spectrum points on what is wrong with you that was them right yes yeah no exactly and they they were basically saying like oh we can use one hundred to one thousandth the amount of blood that you would typically give and yes i know you give a lot of blood when you wanna get blood work done but to to save that you would be able to just give a droplet or to to be able to do all of these panels that they were saying that they could do yeah they're relying which okay all right okay i'm the silicon valley yeah no kidding well and i think the interesting part or the more surprising part about this was that miss homes is now thirty four years old she was nineteen when she started the company back in two thousand and three wow let's give a nineteen year old gazillions of dollars and see how that turns out oh wait they did that was berg to and now see what what the consequences are it took so long for the us to file criminal charges in it it took all of that money to be squandered for this to happen so finally finally finally there being indicted for this and it could mean decades in jail for them so we'll see what happens talk about selling your company on what you think it can do instead of what it.

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Taxi ploughs into World Cup fans on Moscow sidewalk

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Taxi ploughs into World Cup fans on Moscow sidewalk

"Thursday two hundred more friday drivers in custody after his taxi plowed into pedestrians in moscow as russia host the world cup correspondent matthew chance the driver then got out of the car and attempted to skate but he was captured by some of the pedestrians including some of the mexico fans who then held him until the authorities arrived and detained it the interfax news agency quotes sources who say the motorists fell asleep behind the wheel i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting china's response to us tariffs aims for america's heartland china said yesterday it will levy a first round of tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of us agricultural products as well as automobiles starting july sixth john hollier vanguards head of fixed income says investors should not overreact i think we've seen a number of times in the past six months headlines that impact the markets the equity markets and sense is that we really need to wait for the longer term negotiations that are going to determine the final complexion of this and we didn't kurds investors not to respond to day to day headlines china says another sixteen billion in goods including coal and oil will be subject to tariffs later federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients as the head of the blood testing up there renaud's sources tell bloomberg general motors is considering listing shares of its self driving car unit cruise automation sources tell bloomberg rupert murdoch and the twenty first century fox board will consider on wednesday how to proceed with comcast sixty five billion dollar bid for the company center tournament assets the fox board agreed to sell the assets to walt disney last year the justice department plans to review agreements that determine how song writers are paid by radio stations or restaurants and streaming services bloomberg's greg jarrett reports machen bellwood him.

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Disney, Walt Disney and Fraud discussed on Rodney Harrison

Rodney Harrison

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Disney, Walt Disney and Fraud discussed on Rodney Harrison

"Over president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort spent the night in a vip section of a jail in virginia yesterday a federal judge revoked his house arrest citing newly filed obstruction of justice charges correspondent sarah westwood this morning president trump has already described the jailing of former campaign chair paul manafort is unfair and he has already begun to use the results of a doj inspector general report about the clinton email investigation to attack the foundation of the molar probe even though that report did not weigh in on russia prosecutors accused manafort and a longtime associate of witness tampering china continues to say it doesn't want a trade war but has no choice except to fight back against terrorists imposed by president trump today china announced it was raising import duties on a thirty four billion dollar list of american goods and to sheriff's deputies are dead after a shooting outside a courthouse in downtown kansas city kansas yesterday i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters china's response to us tariff seems to hit the trump administration right in its natural resources yesterday china the world's largest commodities consumer said it will levy a first round of tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of us agricultural products as well as automobiles starting july sixth another sixteen billion in goods including coal and oil will be subject to tariffs later federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients as the head of the blood testing startup theranos homes stepped down as ceo of the company yesterday while retaining her position as chairman of the theranos board sources tell bloomberg rupert murdoch and the twenty first century fox board will consider on wednesday how to proceed with comcast's sixty five billion dollar bid for the company's entertainment assets the fox sport agreed to sell the assets to walt disney last year the people said fox can ask disney for a waiver to begin discussions with comcast the rich are getting richer and doing so a lot faster with millionaires now controlling half of the world's personal wealth the story from bloomberg's charlie pellett boston consulting group says personal wealth around the globe reached two hundred one point nine trillion dollars last year a twelve percent gain from two thousand sixteen and the strongest annual pace in the past five years booming equity markets swelled fortunes.

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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has been charged with wire fraud

Bloomberg Law

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has been charged with wire fraud

"The matter say general motors is considering listing shares of its self driving car unit cruise automation federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients as the head of the ones heralded blood testing startup theranos homes has stepped down as ceo of the company she will keep her role as chairman of the board apple says it has reached a multi year deal with oprah winfrey this to create original program sports streaming service apple said yesterday the programs will be released worldwide as part of a lineup of original.

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Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes charged with criminal fraud

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes charged with criminal fraud

"That were intended to help ease the dispute over china's trade surplus and china's technology policy federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients says the head of the once heralded blood testing startup theranos homes enter chief operating officer ramesh bowl wani are charged with two counts conspiracy to commit wire fraud and nine counts of wire fraud that's according to the us attorney's office for the northern district of california we check your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news kellogg's is recalling honey smacks cereal voluntarily doodo a possible link to a multi state salmonella outbreak mark mayfield would details the cdc since the puffed wheat cereal is a likely source of the upper is seventy three people in thirty one states twenty four people have been hospitalized but so far there have been no deaths the fda's inspecting a facility that manufacturers honey smacks customers are being told.

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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged

"Three fifty four here's marina with our aaa traffic our things gone rough southbound i five is difficult out of federal way as you head through tacoma it'll take you about fifty minutes to do that it's also very difficult in lakewood those slowdowns began in south tacoma from about seventy second through lakewood and down into jbl am all also struggling and dupont northbound is going to be difficult from the nisqually cutoff road as you head towards the jbl maingate westbound five twelve that's been a struggle for a while now from before you get to steal street over to i five and eastbound now is slow because it looks like there might be a crash after you had passed ainsworth so that's why it's going to be slow from steele street to that scene southbound one six seven solid now from highway eighteen into sumner and we have slowdowns northbound out of sumner into pacific we also have it pretty rough in the north puyallup area on one six seven southbound north meridian really heavy from thirty six down to the river we have slowdowns both directions of highway eighteen particularly westbound between one six seven and i five it's going to be difficult southbound four zero five from kirkland through bellevue to coal creek parkway both is struggling midspan over to i five and southbound i five still solid northgate into downtown next komo traffic at four oh four komo forecast for tomorrow mostly sunny high in the upper seventies low eighties for your sunday and a lot of sunshine it will be in the eighties all next week close to ninety possibly on tuesday and wednesday right now in seattle mostly sunny we have sixty nine degrees this morning elizabeth holmes was the ceo of a high tech company now she's awaiting trial in federal charges abc's daria albinger with more on her and her parents her partners indictments the indictment unsealed in san jose federal court charges theranos founders elizabeth homes and ramesh sunny bell wanting with nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud it accuses the defendants in a multimillion dollar scheme to defraud investors and a separate scheme to defraud doctors and patients with what they claimed were state of the art blood test the fda later determined the test failed to detect conditions there are no said they could including hiv the indictment was unsealed.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Elizabeth homes and sunny principally i think no one else interacted and interfaced directly with investors and and made the the promises and the false representations that the two of them made to investors i think you know they were aided somewhat by christian homes her younger brother and and his fraternity brothers from duke you know who participated in these these bogus demos that they held for investors and board members and they were also aided by an executive at the company named daniel young who was sort of the the trusted lieutenant that they relied on to implement you know different modification for instance he he was the one who who's sort of was the mastermind behind the the modification of the siemens machines to adapt them to to finger sticks samples so you know potentially the federal prosecutors could be looking at christian and daniel young but i think really the investigation is focused much more on the two people at the top who ran this fraud is is really a partnership elizabeth and sunny and you have a funny anecdote in your book about how the staff at theranos realized how little knowledge both lisbeth homes and sunnyville wani had about chemistry even calling the chemical signed for potassium pee in a in a presentation just to prove that he didn't know was k things like that let's hear from our listeners on the phone michael and oakland i you sort of addressed this early on in the show i'm at what point do you think they sort of stopped drinking their own kuwait.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Elizabeth homes and theranos settled without with the agency without admitting or denying wrongdoing she paid a half million dollar penalty relinquish most of her stock in voting control over the company and agreed to a ten year ban from being a director or officer in in a public company sunny still fighting the charges in civil court in california a lot of people feel like that punishment the sec settlement was really just a slap on the wrist and not commensurate with the the magnitude of the misconduct but people forget there's a second parallel investigation that's been going on for two and a half years that spearheaded by the us attorney's office in san francisco and i think we should know in in a matter of months the outcome of of that investigation and according to my sources it's very advanced and drawing to conclusion and criminal charges are a distinct possibility well that answers a couple of questions from our listeners debbie tweets bad blood is a thrilling compelling read that's the name of john kerry reuss book bad blood secrets and lies in a silicon valley startup she also writes but elizabeth homes long con effected real people how soon does john kerry expect criminal charges to be filed you said in a couple of months ron asks will is becomes be indicted for fraud and potentially sent to jail or any other third principles possibly being indicted what do her advisers from stanford save regarding ethics and fraud do you have any insights into this.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Triangulation

"There should be trial and we'll see what happens from there i know you talked to a lot of elizabeth homes as lawyers but my right that you've never actually spoke with her that's right i tried to interview her for five and a half months before my her story in october two thousand fifteen was published and then sporadically i went back to her pr people and and ask for in rows and was always turned down i made another big push when i went on book leave in the fall two thousand sixteen i argued to tour pr handler that you know this was a it was a chance to you know influence the narrative in the book and to give her input and really she had nothing to lose from doing that but i didn't get anywhere with that argument and as she has steadfastly refused to to speak to me so do you think i mean you right so much about like hell theranos went did like sort of an end run tried to do an enron around the fda but is there a way in which the fda that is a little bit stifling innovation in some ways like i you know i mean not glad that the i'm not glad that theranos didn't get through all these trials but is there way in which you think innovation might be stifled a little bit by the policies the current policies of the fda i don't see how if anything you know the story argues for more power to be given to the fda and the fda in fact in recent years in the in the final years of the obama administration was working on trying to close this loophole that erno exploited which has to do with laboratory developed tests which are tests that labs fashion with their own methods their own devices as opposed to let tests that a run on at the approved diagnostic equipment and historically the fda has not least that area of the lab business and centers for medicare and medicaid services which is the chief regulator of labs has also not closely policed laboratory developed tests and their nose really ran in eighteen wheeler truck through that loophole.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"Work for theranos in the spring of two thousand sixteen elizabeth stopped listening to him and what a device is he giving her that she was going to i'm told that by that point it had been you know eight nine months after my investigation it come out and he had done enough research and his firm done enough interviews and gone over documents to realize that you know theranos was liable for some lies to investors and so he felt that the company should practically go to the sec and try to negotiate a consent decree but elizabeth homes at that point had stopped listening to him and had hired a new law firm wilmer hale which replaced bush schiller flexner and that actually still the main law firm that today theranos using he subsequently left the board if there are no so i think it was in march or april of two thousand seventeen so he's cut all ties with elizabeth homes and theranos do you think he regrets the things he did is he ever apologized to the way he treated you or i have reason to believe that that he regrets his involvement with theranos and that he now realizes that it was a fraud and the most concrete hint that that i have to point to is a quote he gave to new york magazine which wrote a story about my book about a week ago and in that in his quote he called my reporting important and the fact that i uncovered the scandal important work and so i took it as a tacit admission that that he was knowledgeable i had been right all along that must be nice considering that he came in and threatened to destroy your entire life in the wall street journal newsroom fears earlier it was indicating and the other part of his quote.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Worse and worse and unfortunately he committed suicide and in the spring of two thousand thirteen and his widow had was a very good source for you telling you what it was like what had been like for england's to be working for theranos and for elizabeth homes what did she tell you so i met her for the first time in the early summer of two thousand fifteen few months before my first story came out and she was still very much grieving ian i met her at a restaurant in palo alto and she had tears in her eyes and she felt that none of this would've happened if ian had not worked at theranos she didn't know the titular of the technological problems that that there are knows was having because ian had been prevented from going into that with her because of the the nda he had signed but she knew because he had told her so that things weren't working that the technology wasn't working she also knew that the culture the corporate culture there are no was one of fear or paranoia in secrecy despite such veggies and despite all the people who are had their doubts and concerned and this company kept on and the though the technology was certainly not up to snuff it manage their nose manage to partner with the us drugstore chain walgreens what was the deal that what did they partner to do in the walgreen chain right so the idea was they were going to do a pilot launch i in about forty five stores in a couple of california and then the rest in phoenix area and then they were going to expand a fairness finger stick blood testing services to all of walgreens stores which meant expanding to more than eight thousand stores through the us and there are no services would be offered in these wellness centers within the wall.

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Was the media duped by Elizabeth Holmes?

CBS 60 Minutes

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Was the media duped by Elizabeth Holmes?

"Of stanford university with a dream of creating a company that would revolutionize blood testing she founded the startup theranos boasted her technology could take a pinprick worth of blood from the finger in perform hundreds of laboratory tests it was she claimed quote the most important thing humanity has ever built at its zenith theranos was worth nearly ten billion dollars and elizabeth holmes became the youngest self made female billionaire in the world she was also as the wall street journal uncovered at the center of a massive multi year fraud you're about to hear from insiders how the theranos deception hoodwinked gullible investors and worse endangered unsuspecting patients our work is in being able to make testing more accessible elizabeth homes built her company theranos on this invention she named the edison a miniaturized blood analyzer that would disrupt the sixty billion dollar lab testing industry dominated by giants labcorp and quest diagnostics homes called her invention the ipod of healthcare and it made her a celebrity she greased magazine covers and was praised by politicians and the press alike you founded this company twelve years ago right you're nineteen the woman who i will be interviewing needs no introduction she sold her vision with grandiose claims that her blood tests would cost a fraction of current prices what we're doing in just pricing is saving medicare and medicaid hundreds of billions of dollars.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KOMO

"The shores for giving them their first break tmz says her son comedian paulie shore took her to the famous comedy club on the sunset strip on monday to say her last goodbyes if you haven't filed your taxes yet don't make plans for the weekend michigan cpa patrick sweeney says you're not alone if you haven't filed your taxes and they're still time because you have until tuesday april seventeenth to get those filed sweeney reminds us that the new tax code does not affect the taxes we're filing this year we're filing your 2017 taxes under the old law which is still the same as as what it was with a few minor tweaks over the past many years now as we look towards next year he says people who itemize now should still be hanging onto their receipts because despite the fact that the standard deduction will increase people won't know until all the numbers are crunched whether or not they'll still itemize next year z reporting theranos is laying off employees to avoid bankruptcy the wall street journal says the blood tests company has laid off the majority of its staff in a last ditch effort to save cash ceo elizabeth homes reportedly made the announcement on tuesday at the theranos headquarters in silicon valley layoffs reduced the company staff from one hundred and twentyfive to less than two dozen homes and the former president of theranos were charged with fraud last month for allegedly making false claims about the company's technology and financial performance at its peak theranos was valued at nine billion dollars abc world headlines coming up next on komo everything in this work update and unwind on the way home the.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Corporate entities don't have attendants they tend to react badly the pranking sec has has begun bendy as well while the way pardon me they react badly to people shorting their stock instead of getting a bug that's could be a problem down the road as well elizabeth homes ceo of theranos and thermos of theranos is former president sunny bomani are now being charged by the securities and exchange commission for fraud they raise more than seven hundred million dollars you know for theranos the sec alleges they exaggerated made false statements about the company's technology they were you know supposedly developing technology for blood testing the required just a pinprick a little dot of blood it never did work and there's some evidence that they knew that for years nevertheless you know there will be an investigation at this point sec fall complaints against thera elizabeth homes and sunny ball wani claiming that theranos products were deployed by the us department of defense in the battlefield in afghanistan on medivac helicopters the company generate more the hundred million dollars in revenue twenty fourteen they claimed it i'm sorry theranos claimed that they never were deployed and generate less than a hundred thousand dollars in revenue from oppor a bunch of questions here about the viability of silicon valley investors these people have given this person seven hundred million dollars on the theory and you would imagine that they had done some due diligence and action delegated that the claims.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Out of that party and i called him in the phone i was like i think this elizabeth homes getting railroaded she is captivating i believe her i bought some stock that elizabeth homes is charming and brilliant she is my best friend i gave her my number and she seemed like she wrote it down and i think we're going to go to a movie and i'm excited about it because we can keep talking about this cool company and all the stuff that is doing and i did give myself a caveat i said like here's how persuasive she was she made his creator she talked about all these people she was hiring to set the record straight she walked me through it all and i said it seems like maybe she's getting a raw deal or she's sociopath so that's my list with home story i just have one question about elizabeth homes actually to do you think she will do anytime you know we live in a world in which let me let me ask you this is she a white woman she is a white lady you know though though it's interesting she she's she's going to have you know a legal team in our favor it's always seems to be so hard to purse prosecute these kinds of white collar crime specially like cases like this but you know in a financial crisis the people that were responsible for the kind of systemic problems never paid a price but we got made off right and it's almost as if she is so agree gis that kind of daily unjust practices of the companies that raise money the kind of unfairness is and the way that silicon valley isn't hell to the same standard as the rest of us in our dealings it seems like we're not very good at punishing those kinds of crimes but we get the super bad actors to make us feel a little bit better system as a whole right like made up goes to jail but nobody responsible for bringing down the economy for the sub poor mortgage crisis for the financial crisis for the derivative crisis and everything that flowed from two thousand seven none of those people ended up in jail.

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US helicopter crash in western Iraq causes fatalities

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:16 min | 3 years ago

US helicopter crash in western Iraq causes fatalities

"Kimia hiv now accused of running an elaborate years long fraud in which they exaggerated or made false statements about the company's technology business and financial performance paul of sharda says he became skeptical during a routine theranos blood test at walgreens went instead of a simple test they took out a test tube i asked her we'll wait and wait a minute this is supposed to be a pinprick sharda claims that test inaccurately showed he had prediabetes this is not right and you just can't lie walgreens has since pulled their nose tests from its drugstores theranos whose board of directors once included general james mattis who left to join president trump's cabinet now fighting off bankruptcy at rebecca drivers with us here tonight or becca we kneel before the sec released its findings the department of justice was already investigating what do we know about that that's right david we know that the department of justice was scrutinizing this company but the the status of that is currently unclear as for those sec charges elizabeth homes will have to pay five hundred thousand dollars in fines she will no longer be able to serve as an officer a director of any public company for the next decade and neither she nor the company has admitted or denied any wrongdoing but a stunning fall yes rebecca thank you in other news we do have breaking news overseas deadly military helicopter crash in iraq the chopper crashed in western iraq there are fatalities tonight the aircraft going down in western province seven passengers reportedly unboard there were no signs of hostile fire that investigation of course just underway tonight and back here at home and the top fbi official in danger of being fired and losing his pension seventy two hours before retirement tonight we continue to follow this former deputy director andrew mccabe a frequent target of president trump going to the justice department today to plead his case an ethics office recommending he fired for allegedly mishandling investigators over details of the clinton foundation investigation that ended up in a newspaper report ag jeff sessions could make a decision at anytime there is still much more head on world news tonight this thursday unbelievably a fourth major storm could slam into the us the same region rob standing by with the track of that also the massive explosion at us plant the pictures coming in also a head the iconic.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"And all these other things i sit back and just kind of listen to this one and i hear the chatter back and forth back and forth my job for my clients to help them make money protect money help them meet their goals that's what you guys do that's what we do here on the program it's not my position to take a position on one side some responsibility i should say to take a position on the political front but on the other hand when we start talking about fraud oh now let's have the conversation because this is something that we're here to help our clients sir fraud is we've talked about here on the program oftentimes happens through people that share your worldview seems locally it's a lot having to do with the church you go to or the associations at your in somebody present some investment scheme to you you buying into it later you find out that it was a ponzi scheme we covered some of this last week with real estate investor that has been bouncing checks and while he's been sitting in jail with no bail there's been others that have come out of the woodwork saying he's been operating a real estate ponzi scheme for years i had a message from a listener that night that said he's worked for the guy oh yes actually i have to stop right there because i said it was going to say anything else about that message so i shouldn't again that part away well now we're talking about people that actually make it all the way to the top i mean i don't care if you're on mb nsm ns nbc or if you're on a cnbc or fox business you've made it to the top of at least the news channels to be able to to pitcher wears what you've got multiple times with this one it's been on she was on all of the channels elizabeth home and major media fortune magazine yeah major media platforms jim cramer fast money we've got a sound bite from that one which will play here on the program here shortly it's great it is great she's the ceo or name is elizabeth homes and she's not going to go to jail for fraud she ran a company for called theranos face it right there that's how i say theranos how fairness what they had an honest thoroughness toronto's theranos okay what all i know is what.

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Theranos and its founder settle U.S. fraud charges

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Theranos and its founder settle U.S. fraud charges

"And lincoln m k z models from two thousand fourteen to twenty eight eighteen the founder of the blood testing startup company theranos will settle federal charges that she oversaw a major scam elizabeth homes is formerly giving up control of the company she'll be fine five hundred thousand dollars and surrender nearly nineteen million shares of stock the rondos claimed a revolutionary means of blood testing but the securities and exchange commission now says that it was a massive fraud on wall street today worries about tariffs and trade tensions with europe and china undermine the market the dow jones industrial average lost nearly two hundred forty nine points to close at twenty four thousand seven fifty eight the nasdaq fell fourteen points and the sp five hundred slipped fifteen and two passing of note renowned physicist stephen hawking died today after battling the muscle wasting disease for more than fifty years he was seventy six years old will look at his life later in the program and the famed pediatrician dr t berry brow zoltan died tuesday his parenting books have counseled generations of new parents berry brow zoltan.

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"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth homes" Discussed on Here & Now

"It's part of an effort to develop a better way to care for people with multiple injuries from modern combat explains rehab medicine physician dr elizabeth home line but we were seen at that time is not gesture matic brain injury bitterly beach matic brain injury plus amputations plus spinal cord injuries plus burns treating any one of these problems is difficult but altogether it becomes exponentially more challenging about one hundred people here come to poly trauma rehab here they work with an elaborate teen of specialists physical occupational and speech therapists i doctors psychologists and social workers donna balderstone was with the national guard active reserve for thirty years and having this programme hair is absolutely vital for balderstone a simple bike ride became life altering i was cycling and i had a heart attack and get hit by a car boulder ston had broken bones a cardiac issue and a traumatic brain injury that landed her at the polling trauma center after about nine months first as an impatient then in a transition unit she considers herself at ninety percent they did speech therapy with me they did physical therapy with may they did mental health therapy with me to make sure that i can come back and be one hundred percent again twelve years ago when the poly trauma centers first started treating patients almost all were activeduty troops today it's fiftyfifty half active military half veterans the center boasts a high rate of patients who returned to school and work several returned to active duty girl for paralyze patient gerald's it was about returning to independence he's in a wheelchair much of the time but he can move use a walker at times and talk his service dog three role boxer tammy is trained to pick up things he drops all it up.

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