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Attorney General Eric Schmitt Jumps Into Missouri U.S. Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | 5 d ago

Attorney General Eric Schmitt Jumps Into Missouri U.S. Senate Race

"Eric schmidt the current attorney general of missouri joins me attorney general. Smith how are you this morning. I'm doing great by the way that may be the greatest bumper music. Intro is had with that song. So i appreciate that. It is right that you praise me. You're lucky i didn't do joy division so we'll do great great great to be with you. That's terrific and of course as an alumni missouri. I lived in near parkfield. Kansas barfield near kansas city. When i was a kid i was young. Everyone in missouri so genuine and open and honest. I felt i had to go to california. Because i just didn't fit in but look you're running for senate there and tell us how that's going. It's going great. I mean we we announced senator blunt is is retiring and announce that in in early march. I believe and we came out of the gate and and made an announcement and We are first quarter. We had a record breaking fundraising quarter Sort of supporting missouri's than strong. I've won statewide a couple of times by some big margins. But i think more than anything. People are responding the idea. They wanna fighter in washington. Dc they want reinforcements to save america. And i been my record as attorney general. I mean we've been as active as anybody back into radical agenda. We were very active in supporting president trump. And the america first agenda so whatever the issue was election integrity pushing back on these this radical immigration policy that joe biden. This pursuing you led to this twenty one year surge. We've got an argument last week in texas on a very important case on the remaining mexico policy Pushing back on the social quote unquote social costs of greenhouse gases policy from do biden people in fighters and so we're pushing back on. Hr warmer pushing back on track. We spoke with pushing back on these days. It's all those sorts of things Because i do believe that if you look around feels like our country and our culture slipping away and you need people's understand who. We know who they are lifelong conservatives willing to go fight that good fife

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"By your product i didn't say if you're not indicted or if you're not deeply ashamed by your product indeed if you'd launch so fast that your product generates lawsuits alienates users or burns to capital without any parent gain you did in fact launched who soon commandment number six decide decide decide every founder has to learn how to make decisions it is oftentimes better to make a wrong decision usually correctable than no decision and we actually eluded to this earlier with my story about bin and read this is something eric schmitt former sea of google learned when he was taking flying lessons navy eishin they teach you to make rapid decisions any over and over again decide decide decide and it's better to make a decision and just picks up the consequences and that discipline helped may in hard times i was at villa in a real hardcore turnaround it's also served him well in the freewheeling idea generating climate he cultivated a cool in fact he might argue that it was the secret to their success and continues to be the secret to their continued success you must have disciplined decisionmaking in order to survive let alone thrive the most important thing to do is to have quick decisions and you make some mistakes but you need decisionmaking we ultimately adopted a model staffing on monday oh this is meeting on wednesday in a product meeting on friday and this is organized so that people could travel and the right west and the agenda was everybody knew which meeting the decisions were made out and so is long as you could wait a week you knew you'd get a hearing on your deal i cannot tell you how many people have told me that a google decisions are made today quickly in almost every case even of our current scale and that's the legacy of that decision most large corporations have too many lawyers to me this is makers unclear owners and things congealed thick occur very slowly.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on WGTK

"A nonprofit called first draft first raft turns out was set up by google the parent company alphabet run by eric schmitt who happen to be a huge hillary clinton supporter she says that he offered himself up with a campaign adviser became a top multimillion dollar donor his company funded first draft around the start of the election cycle not surprisingly said atkinson purity was soon to jump aboard the anti fake news train and surrogate david brock of media mad privately told donors he was the one who convinced facebook to join the effort close quote here is what gerald atkinson says it wasn't until two thousand sixteen but the actual phrased fake news was introduced to the american public on a national scale liberals were first the heavily promote use the phrase referring to conservative this information and right wing websites so if fake news by other names has always been around why does it suddenly become the stuff of daily headlines during the two thousand sixteen campaign i did a little digging and i traced the effort to a nonprofit called first draft which appears to be about the first to use the phrase fake news that its batard context on september thirteen th two thousand sixteen first draft announced a partnership to tackle malicious hoaxes isn't fake news reports the goal was supposedly the separate wheat from chaff to prevent unproven conspiracy taught from figuring prominently an internet searches to relegate today's version of the aliev baby story to a special internet oblivion exactly one month later president obama's shine did he had sisters in a speech that he too thought somebody knew that this step in an suri information at this wild wild west bdn firemen nobody on the public have been clamoring for any such thing get suddenly the topic of fake news dominates headlines on a daily basis it's as if the media have been given his marching orders we connecting thoughts i find it also helps to follow the money i wanted to know who was funding the nonprofit first fraph and has anti fake news effort i found the answer it was google google's parent company alphabet was run by a man named eric schnitt eric schmitt as it happens had devoted himself the hillary clinton's election campaign offered himself up as a campaign adviser at became a top bolton no the dollar donor to.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The the alleged had pervian the dallas mavericks organization he should be on this list because he's a prince than grad but he didn't make the list the story was an out then number one most influential princeton alumnus jeff us number two robert muller the third he's number two number three a high alito who's the conservative justice sonia soto malia my war and elena kagan the two moonbat female supreme court justices of a appointed by uh barack obama number eight chris sheasby number six eric schmitt my brother did even underlined him eric schmitt from gugel sterling was thereafter wall one number eight moute chao albahnassi that's what i was looking for arms the price she's not number one class of 85 then we go down a little bit some people i didn't know david kelly he's a hollywood producer we go down a number sixteen david rim neck the editor of the new yorker o of uh one of the biggest of the obama rump swops how in the new yorker so influential yeah yeah what's that all about cutting the pink of and you're right i really think they're in dentist's office number 21 speaking of not influential anymore george will comes in at number 21 prince than alumnus and he is tied you know he's tied with cornell wes how long now george will used to be a really good columnist yes i know now he's just become a he's become a troll so many people have become trolls and the number twenty three josh marshall from pocking points memo another of that's a left wing leftwing bloc so that's a that's our list of the day from up princeton university eight four four five hundred forty two forty two when we come back we're going to have an author has got a new book out about the transgender moment on.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our discussion tonight neil thanks very much for joining us i'd like to begin by asking you will you seem to think we are living in the curse of interesting times very much and this is really one of the great water sheds in history now you're training has to go against that and to look out for people who say this is so important what led you to such a important conclusion i was kinda shocked when i go to stanford which is nearly a year and a half ago and had my first up close and personal encounters with silicon valley to find that most people there thought history began with the google ipo and everything before that was the stoneage about which nothing of interest could be said and said of my motive in writing this book was as eric schmitt push it to teach silicon valley a history lesson and in particular to show this that social networks hadn't been invented by mark zuckerberg that in fact one could understand all of human history using this framework of of tension and interaction between hierarchies and a networks towers and squares i think the key way of understanding the present which is far more effective ban abstract mathematical models is by analogy what is this like and that's the question that i go through life asking what is our time mike because when you hear on the news that something is unprecedented and you can hear that more or less nightly what that means.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Um which is kind of like when bill gates you know quote unquote left microsoft agassi's still a technical advisor at microsoft in this happens a lot the rasouli saying okay we don't think that we need eric schmitt to make lots of you'll be the person to make lots of decisions a rule on decisions from the board and all that but we still think that he's very valuable either the company and larry in sergei and soon dr they they think that he can still add something so he still going to be around for his kind of wisdom of of how he ran gugel an alphabet for so long and but this kind of lets him fade away gracefully so that in another year or two who knows he can he can leave entirely while you and i have very different takes on air schmitz rolla google the executive chairman was retirement phase one technical adviser is retirement face two he doesn't wanna work they don't need him they want to keep him around just in case but they don't want him to actually touch stuff oh i think we agree on them you just said it riveria eloquently and made it sound like i'm like no they just they they they don't want to look at aired schmidt every day they're like stay out of his office if we need you will call you here's your new title here's a gold watch thanks i think that if he could if he could still provide insight from time to time and not be an employee or you know he would but you have this is very much like a that one step beyond an honorary title they have to keep him around because he was there from the beginning in things are set up in a way where he has the right answer sometimes.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:03 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I don't know whether dad's gonna be hired back or not i don't know uh but it was just twenty years ago wild only 25 town i don't know how many years ago video like this or a home movie like there's nobody would have thought it was great everybody would have been happy for her having a good time with her mom family getting together today sharing something like that makes you oh hey target and a focus of genuine dangerous rage and anger if where we are eric schmitt is the ceo emeritus of alphabet inc which is google and i think he's what is an actual title i don't think he's the active dated now he's not larry pages he's not the active daytoday ceo but there's a story here the fast company dot com about eric schmitt being concerned about all this stuff on facebook and twitter and eric schmitt is asking the corner remembered this guy is considered to be one of the most brilliant computer scientists in the history of computer scientists this guy his reputations right up there may be beyond gates in terms of brain power he's an extraordinarily but he is a multi multi multibillion air in ever since the two thousand sixteen presidential election of google has been under intense scrutiny to acknowledge its role in trafficking russia backed dis information that potentially help shape the outcome of the election ogle's getting blame for passing along fake news that help trump in some backed dis information that potentially help shape the outcome of the election hill google getting blame for passing along fake news that help trump in some of the most unequivocal unequivocal comments yet the company's executive chairman eric schmitt recently ignore after surge giant didn't do enough to safeguard its services against russian manipulation we didn't understand the extent to which governments essentially what the russians did would use had king joe control the information space it was not something we anticipate in strong i worry the russians in 2020 will have a lot more powerful tools so this guy is now sign on with this rigmarole that the russians did all the hacking and benefited trump in some other russians fooled twitter m fooled facebook and then he paused this is what got me and then he asked i wonder how many.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on WLAC

"I don't know whether dad's gonna be hired becker not don't know uh but it was just twenty years ago while a new 25 tan i don't know how many years ago video like this or a home movie like there's nobody would have thought it was great everybody would have been happy for her having a good time with her mom family getting together today sharing something like that makes you eight target and a focus of genuine dangerous rage and anger it's where we are eric schmitt is vive ceo emeritus of alphabet inc which is google and i of the keys what is so would actual title i don't think he's the active dated no he's not larry pages he's not the active daytoday ceo but there's a story here the fast company dot com about eric schmitt being concerned about all this stuff on facebook and twitter and eric schmitt is asking the corner remembered this guy is considered to be one of the most brilliant computer scientists in the history of computer scientists this guy guys reputations right up there may be beyond gates in terms of brain power he's an extraordinary but he is a multi multi multibillion air in ever since two thousand sixteen presidential election gogol has been under intense scrutiny to acknowledge its role in trafficking russia backed dis information that potentially help shape the outcome of the election you'll googles getting blame for passing along fake news that help trump in some of the most unequivocal unequivocal comments yet the company's executive chairman eric schmitt recently acknowledged after surged giant didn't do enough to safeguard its services against russian manipulation we didn't understand the extent to which governments essentially what the russians did would use had king ju controlling information space it was not something we anticipated strong i worry the russians in 2020 we'll have a lot more powerful tools so this guy is now sign ending on with this rigmarole that the russians did all the hacking and benefited trump and so now the russians.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on Unfilter

"What exactly happened at new america and their project of open markets and how that that is somehow a threat to to google the and their parent company alphabet yeah i mean what happened at the new america foundation which is just down the street which does do some decent work i'm not going to trashed a whole new america foundation is but but it's what happens across the board and beltway think tanks it's a paid for play culture ghul had donated i think 23 million dollars to the new america foundation eric schmitt google c o had gotten a special eric schmitt ideas lab that's not what new york magazine reported was eric schmitz soundproof thirteen million dollar bedroom that it referred to as a sex dungeon it was actually supposedly in ideas lab okay let's go back you know i gotta go back a little bit eric schmitt ideas labban that's not what new york magazine reported was eric schmitz soundproof thirteen million dollar bedroom that it referred to as a sex dungeon it was actually supposedly in ideas lab and so he also had the open market its initiative at the new america foundation which was a heavily critical of big money in politics and especially of the role of silicon valley in kind of forming these monopolies and conglomerates in dominating public policy i mean google is not only donated to the new america foundation but to over one hundred thirty ngos and think tanks across the country do eric schmitz personal foundation so when the open markets initiative critised actually supported the eu imposing penalties on google from monopolising antitrust penalties which should be imposed in the us annemarie slaughter the head the president of the new america foundation of very.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Russian uh but they're doing a political realities mcgrouther of europe gotten pretty used to the postcold war environment we speak with eric schmitt national security correspondent at the new york times is based in washington dc and as a piece entitled us troops training in eastern europe to echoes of cold war and he paid a visit to places like hungary bulgaria romania how about the numbers right now of troops well right now the us army all about thirty thousand troops in theatre another a lot more than i had a few years ago they've had to start building up again uh although it much less than what they had the peak of the cold war you're a decade or so every three hundred thousand army soldiers bear still a very small number compared what the russian pair gift across the border so a bit creepy a deterrent force more than anything else uh let the russians know that hey were were aware of what you're doing like crimea eastern ukraine and were bet be drawn a line year that no more in terms of at least the mainstay of europe uh and then you've got what the russians planning some possible one hundred thousand troop exercise in september yeah there are the us and european are watching this very closely the susa cobb adopted exercise worthy or at the uh the russians are going to be deploying some of their their best armored forces into belarus gardner poland and the baltic countries and there may be as much as other thousand troops altogether both in the western part of russia in the air and skied all kind of coordinating this much larger exercise uh that everyone watching very closely to kinda see what happen pacific way to see all the troops that go into belarus do they all come out again uh this is a big the russians that youth after two fiveyear like this in the pastor preacher or going into places like part the georgia republic of georgia in the past twenty seric era schmidt national security correspondent at the new york times twenty one minutes now after the.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on Material

Material

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on Material

"And they also site of of of troubling moment eric schmitt who is then a google chief executive cited a google funded author in providing his written answers to congress to back his at his contention that the company was not a monopoly and he did not mention that google had actually paid for that paper you'll has responded with a blockposts there was very very fast at least to settle this let things thing's die in the vine saying that while look i mean you're also making us responsible for a funding from gore his asians that we contribute to in that were simply member of not just our and stuff we've also saying that wind and as a quote from the blockposts when we provide financial support we expect and require graentiz to properly disclose our funding of very very properly the organization was complaining that while these people were not with that who researchers were not including here's were our money came from to do this to do this us support um also the wall street journal it did their own after was provided a copy of this report in advance and so they did their own luxor side investigation and of data and they didn't find out that this organization was wrong but they put could create some colour to this so when in googles response when they say that we do value academic independence and integrity and we assume we assert to people that they're no strings attached that came up with a really great came up with a really great person here i am quoting the wall street journal article university of illinois law professor paul heald pitched an idea on copyrights he thought would be useful to google.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on KELO

"A bulb i know there's a sixty than is a three way what slower than a sixty they make a a ten okay don lemonade on cnn is the refrigerator bulb of bulbs like about five watch to make sure doesn't raise the temperature inside the refrigerator i mean you look at don lemon what are you see you see refrigerator bulb inside the brain did you ever expect this man to give you very tulso truth all right so they got caught on tape and three of them were forced to resign after the russia story story retraction but here's another story that's actually more more amazing the european union slapped google with a record two point seven billion dollar fine for manipulating their search engines they're going after them for an antitrust faction how many years have i alone on the show i alone have been screaming anti trust antitrust antitrust antitrust antitrust i've been telling you google should be hit with an antitrust action in america what why by though he's the interesting question why is trump so soft on google why is true trump that going after the owner of the war the washington post what is name as i don't remember basil's started with the sale site amazon that he bought the washington post and turn it into an anti trump screed why is that company amazon not being broken up under antitrust the question china is why is that the european union that's going after gogel does the majorleague story maybe it will cause trump to do something on this side of the atlantic it's a huge story two point seven billion dollar fine caps a sevenyear antitrust probe did you what i'm saying a sevenyear antitrust probe and the european union says the new rules that they put in place will allow rivals of google to get damages this is what we need in america i've told you there's no possibility for competitors to emerge when you have giants like google or facebook right or amazon if you're suing google eu and forces of just save you a lot of legwork dozens and dozens of companies abroad lawsuits against google eric schmitt eric schmitt eric schmitt what.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on 1A

"Strange combination of libertarian ethos and all right political thinking has in terms of thinking that there's no place for women in this business and just get out of the room so i think it's i think it's extraordinarily tough to confront and i don't think changing travis salamanca's can make any difference at all jeffrey i just wanna latest loyal alumina jeffrey eisenach jovan and then we gotta gets us more questions jeffrey eisenach i guess two points the the first point i mean i just have to react to jonathan because i think there's some kind of bizarre characterization going on here that the tech industry is comprised two peter thailand breitbart and you know somewhere in there he left out tim cooke and eric schmitt and bill gates and mark zuckerberg mark zuckerberg none of whom would consider themselves having anything to do with a bride parts so that the notion that there's some sort of libertarian philosophy going on here in all those people in pretty confident voted for hillary clinton so so let let's put that aside that the second point and this is not a solution to episodes or bad actors or or even in any immediate way to cultures but at the end of the day six is successful cultures and there's a lot of research on this uh our cultures that represent different perspectives that bring in female voices that bring an ethnic voices and successful cultures our cultures header successful in the marketplace there's jeffrey report may be more familiar with this research than i am but unfamiliar with research that the shows that the companies that are successful in integrating different perspectives including specifically on boards of directors.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It has a business model that requires rules and regulations across the world to change too to accommodate the the culture is one thing getting a business model that works without having to fight every morning against world sort of uber verses everybody needs a business model that that can work without having to do that needs lots of changes sort of from top to bottom true to operations to business model eric many newish companies face this notion of win is at the time to switch from the founder to some other image of a co this came early tubert seeds yao well travis is a really extreme personality know google face this and they bright in eric schmitt to be ceo the founders did it voluntarily and then one of the founders to back the ceo post and it worked well for everybody facebook famously has berg apple had jobs left thrown out came back it's pretty common but it's not come and have a personality the strongest travis is and you know he's not completely going away he still has a lot of shares and travis kalanick will retain his seat on the board of directors at uber not quite sure how many shares he does have but apparently significant yeah he still has technically voting control he'll still beyond the board and you know that's probably not bad because he he clearly has been outvoted by his board but they'll still yet to have his voice had his energy have his insight it might actually be the best of both the important thing was to clear the deck and heaven new see y'all who's not part of the uber call peter erik gordon a professor at the university of michigan's ross school of business thank you for your insights my pleasure david checking the live markets the day after crude oils latest plunge into the market territory in new york trading crude.

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"eric schmitt" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"eric schmitt" Discussed on WJR 760

"So so the tech libs the giants the business giants tim cooke eric schmitt jeff bezos come out of a meeting with the liberal soninlaw and they praised donald trump after ripping into shreds for months and the all come out glowing about the meeting glowing and they all work in the words immigration reform cow per usage growth the american economy all and said the same thing microsoft ceo member i keep mentioning microsoft like just because miss the sweater appears like missed the benign the richest men in the world never forget that their monopoly microsoft ceo sacha and the delo also thank trump for the opportunity to meet with him and said he hoped the trump would continue both government spending on technology quote and enlightened immigration policies that would allow them to stay competitive isn't that nice so now these these tech titans are going to dictate our immigration policy and you thought you were electing a president because he was going to build a border a border wall with mexico ha a oh full list of the taxi yozo attended below j bangor mask the car jeff bezos amazon zachary book men opened gove safra cats oracle tim cooke apple i don't know why as i read these names i'm reminded of a scene in the godfather of the gold telephone being passed around we have term lightened see your buck mine from detroit we are bill mc dermott of sap from dallas we have such mandela microsoft from our affiliate over there and portland we have jenny remit the of ibm four affiliate out there in silicon valley we eric schmitt of a alphabet we have julie sweet from our seattle love division this is just an invention in on saying it's like a technique of using one point one percent of the zero point one percent understood that one it was funny okay are less go.

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