32 Burst results for "Estee Lauder"

Estee Lauder apologizes for changing foundation color 'unfit for Asians'

Le Show

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Estee Lauder apologizes for changing foundation color 'unfit for Asians'

"Cosmetics giant estee lauder has apologized after unilaterally shipping a darker shade of foundation to asian customers. Their decision to single out. Women in their apology is drawing. Another round criticism. Company came on fire under fire according to the korea herald. It's my favourite herald earlier this week. After a viral online review revealed that a matt foundation product ordered online arrived in a different shade with a note. Explaining i've renewed was the best color asians while shell which was originally ordered. Doesn't go well with asian estee lauder in a statement said. It sincerely apologizes to customers for the trouble caused. The action doesn't reflect the diverse beauty of every woman but the gender specific wording invited another round of criticism. Do only wear men wear makeup. One comment read on instagram estee. Lauder korea officials said the company is taking steps to directly. Issue an apology to customers. Who had received the controversial note official declined to comment as to whether any employees responsible for the note would be reprimanded. It will ramp up internal training and review work procedures in the wake of the incident.

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Interview with Misty Copeland

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:23 min | 2 months ago

Interview with Misty Copeland

"Hey everyone it's currently this show might sound a bit different today because the scam is still working from home for the time being due to cove nineteen. Today Misty Copeland joins me and skin from the couch she the most famous ballet dancer in the world she made history when she became the first black female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. She has also a bestselling author philanthropist and advocate her new children's book. Bun heads comes out this September mystique. Thank you so much for being here. I am so excited. To, be talking to you welcome to skin from the couch. Thank you so much. I'm really excited to. So I was kicked out of ballet at age four. So naturally made sense that I. Did this interview with you very excited for a cer- bond over all things ballet. So we're going to start how I like to start all interviews with just skim your resume. I started bollywood thirteen years old. It was not something that I had thought possible or knew anything about a my stumbled into it was discovered at my boys and Girls Club, the local community center across the street from public. School in San Pedro California, it was there that my valley teacher taught me my first class on a basketball court and she told me I was a prodigy after an hour of working with her she ended up inviting me to train with her in her studio on full scholarship and I ended up moving. In with her and her family to be able to train lean tensely for the next three years I trained for another year and a half at a different studio. By the time, I was seventeen about four years of training. I was living in New York City dancing professionally for American Ballet Theatre I went on to dance as a quarter ballet member for seven years I was the only black woman in American ballet theatre for the first decade of my career I then went on to become the third black female soloist in their history. In in two thousand, fifteen I became the first ever black principal Ballerina. Ballet, theater now, in their eighty year history found a lot of incredible opportunities along the way amazing opportunities for endorsement deals things that you don't typically see ballet dancer getting the opportunity to do estee lauder in Saco in. Getting the chance to perform with Prince and Taylor. Swift. I've had a very diverse career adding author to it. Extremely excited that I have the opportunity to. Children's books along with other genres but I'm really excited about this upcoming book on heads. I just got the book and it's fantastic. So I'm very excited to give it to people as gifts. Obviously you've lived in the public eye now for many years and you have a lot of fans especially, it's Kim H. Q.. What is something that your fans don't know about you something we can. Google. Recipe Ah. So this is proof of this. I'm I'm probably one of the clumsy as people we recently moved into. Will me my husband bought a home and amazing designer newly renovated everything and yesterday I was enjoying my Sunday with spicy crab kind of jump Eliah and I tripped over the carpet in spilled the whole thing on our Blue Velvet Sofa and how did you have an emergency let cleaner come in and clean like deep clean. The entire thing I am very surprised you. I would. Never Clumsy. How can you be a clumsy Ballerina I think there's something that happens when you're not on stage you're not in the studio where you're so focused. So much of the time on I mean naturally I'm coordinated but I'm there's just so much focus on my body that when I'm not having to do it I feel like I just completely let go I. Think the title of Your next book should be the Clumsy Ballerina just putting that out there. Yes. Next Children's book. I WanNa talk about your childhood. This career podcast, we talked to you so many amazing female leaders at the top of their respective names and obviously so much who each of us are because of how we grew up and the mark that are our parents family structure leave on us, and that informs how we can go out into the world top. Tell us a little bit just about your childhood and what it was like growing up. Yeah I mean absolutely shaped informed how I saw the world and approached everything that I did I was born in Kansas City Missouri, which a lot of people don't really know that I was two years old when my mom left my father and took her four kids on a bus. We drove from Kansas City Missouri to southern California where that was kind of the start of my life That's pretty much in my memory. All I remember is California growing up we moved a lot my mother married two more times had to march children my. Life which is constantly in motion and it was constant. There just wasn't a lot of security and so I think that it made me into the extremely introverted girl that I was I was embarrassed about the way that we lived We didn't have a home a struggled to put food on the table. I'm mother ultimately ended up raising six children on her own, and there was just a lot of hiding things. I wanted in no way to stand out which is pretty crazy. I ended up in a field where I'm out there exposed in performing for. So many but but it was on my terms and so when I could, when I could be a part of something where I could share my voice and my experiences without speaking, it was exactly like what the doctor ordered. It was just what I what I needed as a young person in I didn't have arts in my life until I was thirteen and so it was really difficult for me to survive by the time I started dancing. We were living in a motel just constantly moving from different places whatever we could afford I think that had. I not experienced. You know just no stability a lot of abuse There were so many things that I just felt like I learned to be a survivor and I was just constantly in survival mode. So stepping into the world of ballet, it was like peace and balance and security and consistency, and it was the opposite of what my world was in. So I think that's one of the reasons I was so drawn to it as well as you know I, think a lot of people look at the ballet world and they think you know it's Mean, it is difficult to thrive and to be successful in. All the hardships I felt like if I can get through all I have in my thirteen years with the life I've been living I can get through anything so I felt like I was so prepared not only as a young person to be in in the ballet world, but also as a black woman that was probably the one thing that I really felt secure in my identity was the fact that I mother raised me with the understanding that as soon as I leave the house every morning I'm a black girl in that so I'm going to be viewed and treated in. So there was no a lack of understanding in that area. Of My identity and so I think that really served me well when I entered the very white valet worlds.

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How Beauty Insider Tina Hedges Created LOLI, an Environmentally Sound Brand

Latina to Latina

06:11 min | 2 months ago

How Beauty Insider Tina Hedges Created LOLI, an Environmentally Sound Brand

"Career has taken her. From the perfume counter at macy's inside a conic brands like Christian Dior Estee Lauder Al. but after almost two decades beauty shetty personal crisis that inspired her to start lally beauty the I zero waste organic food grade approach beauty we talk about her a Pitney the one thing she asks every investor she meets with and why she is so committed to getting this, right. Teen almost two decades in the beauty industry and then you had both a health scare and day crisis of conscience. What happened I had spent about almost about to get decades or so traveling the world in pretty high powered marketing roles and innovation roles for big companies in the industry pretty much helping, decide and create all the products in women's beauty cabinets and. started. Simultaneously, I had this weird across section of I started having all these other immune issues and systemic allergies. A No physician could sort of pinpoint what was really triggering it as well as went through early menopause. And I was in my mid thirties and no underlying health conditions for that and I started to think about. All of the products have been applying to my body from head to toe for almost two decades and I started thinking about all those buildup of toxins and chemicals, and I realized that I had been polluting my own body and simultaneously. I had this consciousness of wow. Not only have I been pushing into the world products filled with all these chemicals and nasty since and and carcinogens endocrine disrupters all of this you know really scary stuff but on top of that were blending all of that in eighty to ninety five percent water because most of your skin hair and body products are literally water you're paying for water. And then wrapping all that in single use plastic and when the world is running out of water, it's one of our most precious resources when the boy to be more plastic in the ocean than fish by twenty, twenty five. None of this makes any sense to me or None of that made any sense to me a when I had this convergence of the crisis of health and crisis consciousness. Once you had that a home moment what was the first thing you did to sort of take that idea and start? Making it an actual reality. So I had already left the corporate world and I had gone into the start world. I launched a very successful. vegan sulfate free hair brand. Actually I was the first to use reality TV show on Bravo a show called blow out about a hairstylist in La and his hair salon. But because of us sort of uniquely understood, it was basically an hour long infomercial. We turned the industry on dime because prior to that I mean it was super early days of reality to be. We're talking like two, thousand, four it was America's biggest loser where for the straight guy blow out and the apprentice those were the reality shows that were on at that time and I realized wait a second. This is a show about a hairstylist. Want we show him developing his own brand? and. Don't have done that. So we were the first do that. And the purpose of going back to that stories I know how difficult it is. To start a business especially as a minority Hispanic female founder over the age of thirty. So I was really scared to start this and I. Just. Kept finding excuses left a brighter I'm going to consult or help this person with their brand, and it finally got the place at I was just sitting there and I realized. What do I have to lose? What's the worst thing that could happen? So I- self-financed and out of my upper side small studio apartment I launched a test of Lawley and so that was the beginning. Lawley is the world's first zero waste organic food grade approach to beauty. I want break each part of that down what does it mean to be Zero Waste We go to farms and fairtrade cops around the world, and we find parts of organic food that are being wasted or being thrown away in the process. So for example, our Plum Elixir, we work with a organic farm four generation owned in France that grows a very rare plummets called the end tape them and sa- tiniest considered like the fog or caviar of plums it's it's quite unique. It's extremely potent in antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, and when they make prune juice or pitted prunes, they were throwing away the colonel. And the Patriarch the father of this owner of the farm. About ten years ago said wait. We, press avocado oil from the pit of an avocado. We press all sorts of oils from pits Robin Doyle, why can't we press an oil and organic food grade oil from the pit of the plum? And he literally invented it like they're no one had ever had plum oil, and then he worked with the French bent to get it organic certified and recognized as a food ingredient, and then we started working with them and realized how powerful it was for skin hair

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Dream Boy And The Poison Fans

Rough Translation

05:23 min | 2 months ago

Dream Boy And The Poison Fans

"By the time that Emily Fangs reporting this story in March, the controversy around this actor at already gotten so hot that many of his fans refused to talk to a reporter others asked to speak in ways that would not reveal their true identities. NPR, by the way has very strict standard on this, you have to reasonably expect harm to your person or livelihood, and they met the standard there been retributive attacks and death threats. But we're GONNA start our story before all that back when Xiaojun was getting more endorsements than almost any idol in China is twenty eight tall and thin with Pale skin big eyes and understand the role he played in Chinese pop culture. You can look to the TV ads that were scripted with his image in mind. Mike Emily showed me this ad for Esti Lipstick So it starts in this. Hotel lobby most is really warm. Golden Sojourn appears the top of the staircase. He looks down and sees one beautiful woman in the crowd. She looks quite unsure of herself. He, sees this woman. And he can tell you quickens his steps who walks down the staircase briskly and it looks like he's about to approach her. But instead he grabbed golden balloon and he sends it her way with a package attached. The balloon didn't inside is surprise and estee louder lipstick which puts on an all of a sudden. She has confidence she struts out and she takes position on stage in front of a microphone. And you sojourn the crowd, he begins to clap for her and everyone else begins to clap her. As the woman smiles. They're selling the image of him as someone who helps others and to as helper of beauty he's too good to be human. But he's always there helping others be their best selves. Really Shapes. Shenzhen's millions of fans. See Him looks very clean. Looks. Very decent. He looks very gentle. This is an we're calling by her initials is E. IMA passer. Yes life I have never seen someone look at it. Is. E is thirty years old married. and. She was about to become the mother when I talked to her. So she has not the typical style Jonathan? Savage John Fans are usually single women young teenagers, teenagers likely in middle school or high school is e says that. This kind of connector to her friends because they always have something to talk about show. Good looks. And also there is a another reason is because I feel when people are pursuing I'll say when they're Authorian cert- can kind of celebrity they must have fun something in the celebrity that way don't have our self. So is he describes herself as very frank, a very frank and outspoken person maybe even a little harsh and one of the things she ended these most in South Asia is his gentleness so that I feel that is something I want to learn from him because John is portrayed a sweet person. He also needs protection because that gentleness can be taken advantage of in his fans need to. Be the ones who stand up for him here is where China's Fan Culture and actually Asian Fan Culture in general it kind of veers away from even the most intense fan behavior in the West because a lot of fancy it as their job, even their responsibility, not just to admire their idol and to support him but to go so much further. So is he talks about how in these? Media groups, some of which will have hundreds of thousands of followers. Each there are something called a child Wa. So sopra topic, what's called Super Topic or Toha, and which some of the lead fans who devote hours a day to organizing this fans structure, we'll give orders to. Fans beneath them about what they need to achieve for that day. So today, we're all going to click on this one music video and watch it or today we're all going to buy products from this brand because they've signed an endorsement deal with children. Say the broadcaster from the Child Watt who say today when you to do this today when you to do that so you remember that Estee Lauder ad for lipstick according to Chinese media estee Lauder Botox, pitched show in two thousand eighteen sold out not only within the first day of their release but within the first. Hour. Totalling almost six million dollars in sales, and then back on the fan club sites, fans would celebrate what they saw as their success. It's IMMA fine. You want to support your idol by making here she gets the most brand endorsements and makes the most money on behalf of these companies. I get I get what Xiaojun gets out of this he gets. And success money what fans get out of making him. So successful by being particularly influential fan of Superfan you also get a lot of power and influence the majority of his fans are going to be. Young girls in their middle school or high school years. So in real life, they're not going to have a lot of power in Chinese society. But by being a part of this fan group, you become part of this very powerful commercial

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John Boyega quits perfume ambassador role over Chinese ad

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

John Boyega quits perfume ambassador role over Chinese ad

"Has stepped down from his role as a global ambassador for perfume brand, Jo Malone after the company decided to hire a Chinese actor to replace him in an ad he created. Star Wars star writing on Twitter today that the brand was wrong to replace his ad campaign in China by using his concepts and a local ambassador without his consent. Jo Malone and upscale British perfume brand owned by Estee Lauder has said the change was a misstep and removed the ad. The original ad starring Boyega made reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He's left behind the path of the samurai. She no longer in the $50. 25 Rachel really depends on like, if it's really you and how old it is that kind of $100. $101.100 dollars and I've been in the market for a blade. I should purchase this morning. So open your eyes. All right, guys, this is out of Belleville. This is a terrible movie Estee Lauder product. They claim it is a new Este Lauder pleasures, perfumed body lotion and bath and shower gel and 3.4 ounces. Now I know a little something. Go ahead. It's a lotion and a shower gel or two products. You're paying one price. I will say this. The packaging looks rather old to me. So I Googled and this's some old lotion. I mean pleasure. Are they selling it like we're selling? It is brand new lotion shower until my mom to stay off Craigslist. Sure, it was new in 1975 or whatever. How old five bucks Are they $77 Rachel. $10.11 Dave gets it. It's $12. You play that? Take a break. Okay, Well, let me just find one last ones. There's so many great ones. Why don't we do this one? This is another lie. These people say this is a brand new product and it is not. This is a shake maker. Kids triple thick milk shake shake maker. I can't take a break out of Kirkwood. This is a brand new McDonald's triple thick milkshake maker. Hand powered so safe for kids to use. Just turn the crank on top to spend the blender inside..

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Stock market update

Bloomberg Markets

03:21 min | 10 months ago

Stock market update

"Kind of quiet opening here first half hour of trading the S. and P. up about seven and a half points this earnings out there there's certainly some news out there let's get the latest from Bloomberg stock senator tables and they were you looking at there's so much going on it seems like just if only because you're getting such extreme reactions to some of the stock moves Twitter me perfect example biggest gain the S. and P. five hundred up sixteen and a half percent yeah based off in ten months yeah that's saying something you know that that's definitely a plus in there they're a bunch of others were that comes from and a couple that are probably noteworthy because they tell you something about the consumer Estee Lauder the cosmetics maker up more than four percent after their results came out and tapestry we're talking coach we're talkin Stuart Weitzman you know what work were talking Kate spade up almost five and a half percent in the wake of their results so it had giving you got Este water it knowledge into the corona viruses going to hurt their results in the next few months and yet they still maintain the high end of their fiscal year sales forecast at birth and a low in a little bit by percentage point border really comes down to again and we've seen this pop up the last few days with some of the consumer oriented companies is just China is an issue you mean with the corona virus and it spread and what it's doing the economy but it's not enough to sort of deal rail these companies because you look elsewhere in the world to do it okay okay so let's put the consumer goods stores aside for just one second more generally about earnings you know we hear a lot about the beats that we're getting and yet every quarter it is sort of a charade in the sense that management have to downgrade expectations apologist case on this this is what kind of just a you know incredible soccer you know is there there's there's a sense of it trying to lowball the expectations and then over delivering we're getting that again how much further though is this going into the realm of actually upgrading expectations beyond what is currently priced into the market well you know the game kinda works both ways right I mean in the sense that you get the results and they come out and companies beat estimates and now you look forward to this year one of the stories that I've been talking about is the idea of this quarter to quarter growth and profit that analysts rent is a painting for the S. and P. five hundred well you're seeing those figures come down and yeah sure I mean you still got the progression it just doesn't look that great in relative terms and what you get out of it so all told is something like eight percent earnings growth with sales okay compared with last year and still mean it's not what we see in the past few years and you you have to figure that yeah I mean there's going to be more the sort of jockeying going on and to some extent explains the claims of reactions were seeing and and some of the shares it just you know when they come out ahead I mean people are really embracing that and course works the other way too in the fall short look out news certainly some examples of that two minutes healthcare supply Becton Dickinson being down more than twelve percent

Coronavirus impact on financial markets and economies

America's Morning News

04:59 min | 10 months ago

Coronavirus impact on financial markets and economies

"Taking a look at markets this morning overnight Asian markets actually surged overnight after president trump was acquitted in his impeachment trial China promised us some stimulus to help businesses reeling from the corona virus outbreak on markets in Tokyo Hong Kong Seoul all rising Shanghai Sydney to India to home health care and financials led a broad rally given the market its third straight game what to expect today and the rest of the week well let's bring in our regular guest Chris for Seyss joins each Monday Thursday here on America's first news he's the chief investment officer at to medical research we distill the everyday noise around us into clear investment ideas any co authors the daily markets note for nasdaq crisper sese good Thursday morning my friend thank you for joining us as always happy to do it that way happy Thursday do you yes I have a question for you Chris because I why I have made that you do merry daily the San Francisco fed told C. N. B. C. that the fed's rate cuts mean the US economy is a well prepared for any potential economic uncertainty surrounding the corona virus does the market I agree with that and and why not or what we just heard I I think it depends on which market you're talking about it looking at the stock market which is you know going on us for the day of the you know strong rebound following last Friday's selloff it seems to suggest that you know we don't need that at least not yet and I and I say I like pause there sure it is I'm I'm assembling today's morning no you know we are seeing companies that are increasingly giving cautious guidance citing uncertainty surrounding the corona virus you know so for example Estee Lauder usually gives quarterly guidance today they're saying that you know that's a direct quote uncertain nature of the wrist related to the crown of virus they're offering guidance for the full second half of the year the companies are trying to take a longer term view assuming that there is some read coming out of the market may have our investors taking into account other factors I mean that what about the tools available to these governments state to counter this damage outside of what's that the fed is mentioned here well and I mean you know the better than earnings X. at the better than expected earnings that's got I got a blunt some of it I think that some of it I think is the fact that the way that it appears that the pace of the corona virus spreading outside the US has slowed you're somewhat sport there are some vaccines that are being developed and earnestness and then of course there's the economic data that came out the US the better than expected and then last week I think you alluded to this this morning you know China is talking about cutting some of the terrorists so it you know there's a lot of reasons for people to be in a in a good mood I think the uncertainty is now to what degree does the corona virus continue to what you know what impact will actually have on February and March remember you know apple closing store Starbucks closing stores the the litany of lines our stars litany of news that we've had for that airlines on the cow is no shutting it knows you know so that there will be another shoe to drop make no mistake sure China cutting terrace on seventy five billion in what's considered to be a trade truce is that part of the phase one Chris how does all of this work work into working to then that's what that's what it sounds like I I I think it's a little we weren't expecting it but I am that I believe it's part of that I find it fascinating that on February fourteenth I'm trying to work a line in the morning no I wonder if the little message here yeah we will look for that day and the nasdaq today Chris up well let's talk about Disney plus results the significance of that Russian you'll crushes and Bob Eiger says look we're we're adding more content I mean this is scared off your neck X. well it it well it isn't it isn't right I think that people are going to be less searching out quality content you don't hear Disney talking about putting this content on ABC which also owns but let's remember that right I think it is it points to the xcelerated ship course training services to be fair right now I mean you know there are a handful of them and but they're more likely to go back I mean we know peacock it's going to be doing things which is the Comcast yeah NBC products user would make no mistake you know things are going to heat up it's just going at it like putting a lobster in the pot right it's going to take a little bit of time to reach that

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Stocks slump as coronavirus fears spook investors

Dave Ramsey

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Stocks slump as coronavirus fears spook investors

"Now the trading week has gotten off to a rocky start as economic concerns surrounding coronavirus rattle investors nerves late in the morning the Dow Jones was off four hundred thirty three points the nasdaq composite had given up one hundred eighty two the S. and P. five hundred was fifty one points lower some U. S. stocks particularly hard hit by coronavirus fears Estee Lauder and Nike each of which generates about seventeen percent of its annual revenue from business in mainland

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Kylie Jenner sells majority stake in beauty brand for $600 million

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Kylie Jenner sells majority stake in beauty brand for $600 million

"Arguably the corporate story of the day besides Ford Lord is cosmetic specifically the fate of Kylie cosmetics founded in two thousand fifteen by then eighteen year old reality TV star Kylie. Jenner cody cody which owns covergirl. And Max factor among a bunch of more established brands announced. Today is taking a major stake in Kylie cosmetics majority stake in fact four six six hundred million dollars which works out to a little bit more than two bucks for every social media. Follow that Kylie Jenner as as of today anyway and had values the company at one point take two billion dollars as marketplace's Amy Scott reports company known for its shall we say older brands would love to tap into that young. Following cody was founded in nineteen. Oh four and owns legacy favorites like covergirl Wella and Clairol Kylie. Cosmetics launched on social media. Yeah in two thousand fifteen. I'm just obsessed with liners sex in general and I can't leave the house without just decided to take matters into my own hands and and when she did Kylie Jenner had such a following her first lip kit sold out within seconds Lauren. Good Sid is a beauty analyst with mental. She says influencers influencers are a growing force in the cosmetics industry. Another success story is glossy a makeup and skin care company founded by beauty blogger. Emily Weiss in what they do when they're generating any new type of product. Is They really look at the comments that their consumers are posting on their instagram on their social media and they take into account what consumers are asking for but can establish brands just by their way into that relationship. Good sit says land comes collaboration and with influence or Kiara. Barani has been working well but attaching to a name can be risky to says Linda Bolton wiser an analyst with Da Davidson Kylie at age twenty is likely different than what she'll be like at age thirty. So what are the issues is what happens to the brand and once the person under those changes in their life stars can fade to take the cosmetics company co founded by celebrity makeup artists. Bobby Brown down in one thousand nine hundred ninety one wiser says today. Bobby Brown is one of estee. Lauder is weakest brands. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace.

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Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record $38 billion; growth slows

CNBC's Fast Money

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record $38 billion; growth slows

"So sales topped thirty eight billion dollars. In fact in the person minute and eight seconds sales topped one billion dollars so last year sales were closer to thirty billion dollars an increase in about twenty eight percent which is slower than years past. But this is also the Eleventh Matthew for the event so perhaps some slowing growth is to be expected but just to give us a sense of how largest event has grown and just how quickly the first singles day back in two thousand nine tails were closer to seven point. Eight million so the events has clearly become larger than black Friday and cyber Monday combined. And it's not just important for Chinese companies because US US brands tend to do well on this day to after Chinese companies they received them. Oh Sales Apple Nike Estee Lauder gap all doing well in this twenty four hour period and this year was especially important as in busters looked for signs of a weakening. Chinese consumer. There was also some concern about any perhaps growing Chinese nationalism toward American companies and analyst. Today were mixed about any larger implications with these massive figures sons saying that the Chinese consumer is still strong. They're clearly still shopping. Others say this is more about the strength of Alibaba and how they've been able to harness the power of technology to get people to shop either way. They are indeed shopping alibaba alibaba competitor. Jd Dot com also. Did really well today. And between the two sides JD DOT COM and alibaba analysts say that they generated about sixty billion dollars in sales splits up all right thank you how Salomon with some staggering figures on singles day. Dan How do you trade Baba so it's interesting the stock we had on last week. He was talking about this. I really interesting technical level. It just got about this one eighty five had been in a tight range or so when he was just talking about there. It is right there. You know how cheap the options were priced into this sort of event. I I think what a lot of investors are starting to think that this is becoming a very complex day for logistics standpoint for Alibaba and it may not be worth getting to that thirty eight billion that needs to be delivered so quickly but it's interesting the price action today. The stock was down a couple percent on some of the macro news regarding China specifically in Hong Kong and it made it up by the end of the day. I think investors like to see that I'd still be playing for a breakout of that range and it's been in for the last five months show one nine thousand five was the April high. That's obviously the next step but the long-term levels all set to eleven. We talked about when bottling last week. I mean I think you I think. That's the trend. I mean it obviously didn't trade particularly well as sort of a benign day for the stock is probably to be expected attractive given the run. We've seen but the dance point. I think the trend is intact. One Ninety five is absolutely think of my opinion next up. Does this chart really tell the story of the Chinese consumer. We're in your view. I I think it does. Yeah I think you know what's interesting. The Chinese stock market itself actually looks like pretty interesting. Looks like it wants to break out so you look at like the Shanghai in high three hundred or something like that. That looks pretty interesting. And if you're actually having a Chinese consumer that's doing quite well the trade tears potentially rolling off then I actually I think both Baba and the Shanghai do quite well well singles day that record comes as Major. US retailer gear up for the most wonderful and important time of the year. Yes US forty three days. Six

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Alibaba's Singles' Day sales on track for record

Steve Cochran

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Alibaba's Singles' Day sales on track for record

"Alibaba's singles day has already pulled in more than twenty four billion dollars and is on track to break last year's thirty billion dollar hall the retail blitz that regularly Brax up bigger sales numbers than Black Friday and cyber Monday combined will come to a close today China's biggest E. commerce company kicked off presales three weeks ago with Estee Lauder bringing in a record of one hundred and forty three million dollars in pre orders while apple sold fourteen million worth of iPhone elevens this year's holiday comes with the added pressure from China slowing economy and the trade war with the United

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

Brian Lehrer

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

"October is breast cancer awareness month and here's just a partial list of companies that will offer pink products in order to raise awareness about breast cancer Skechers swelled water bottles an era bread diet coke mega bus Estee Lauder and tons of other beauty brands delta airlines it has a pink planes dubbed breast cancer one there is not a consumer product category in America that is not pink ribbon free so hasn't breast cancer he reached peak awareness my next guest says even though everyone knows that breast cancer exists most women know very little about the disease itself Kate picker is a former staff writer for time magazine and a journalism professor at Loyola Marymount university and her latest book sets out to change that the book is called radical the science culture and history of breast cancer in America Kate welcome back to W. NYC thanks a lot for having me so you started writing this book because of your own diagnosis what was it from that experience that made you think I have to read the entire book about this now well I was diagnosed but it was thirty five years old so I was very young much younger than a typical American women diagnosed with breast cancer so it was a very scary experience but because I was a health care reporter I got to work immediately trying to research and learn as much as I could about my diagnosis and the treatments that I would undergo and I learned so many fascinating things I would say just in the first week or two after my diagnosis that I thought if I am a health care reporter and I didn't know these things surely other women I don't know either and as I did the reporting for the book I definitely found that to be the case of so the the purpose of the book is really to sort of empower women give them more information so they can make really informed choices so you describe a

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Investor's Watch: Coty Stock Has It's Best Year Ever

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Investor's Watch: Coty Stock Has It's Best Year Ever

"Is our mystery chart of the day. This sock is not only having its best year ever is also the top for me sock in the SNP so far in two thousand nineteen. What could it be? Well, Cody it is up six percent today. And a whopping eighty five percent this year part of a Golomb RAs rally for beauty stocks across the board. We'll cody's ups year he on a tendency more. I don't know why. I like an ice skin and body care idea here. And I think if you think about what's going on and wellness and fragrances and the Lori als Estee Lauder, this has been a two three year trade the margins in these companies are extraordinary. So you get to a place. You would Cody this is now almost ten billion dollar company. And I do think that the sector remains very I mean, the margin's that these guys are inking right now is something that I think is extraordinary. You know, this is a massive move. I don't think in. Let's all this company a little bit longer to see really how this thing settles in. But I like the space still I own Lori L. So the one thing about this is it has exposed to Europe which actually concerns me a bit. But these companies as they grow they kind of get this reflexive quality to them that the growth gets growth because growth investors pile into these things. So I don't think you have to necessarily necessarily sell it here. But be aware that roughly thirty forty percent of the revenue comes from Europe. Huge short interested in the name. It's obviously had a huge, but this has been grim death. Now for the last three years. It was thirty dollars. Doc in the summer of two thousand seventeen I think though you can own stock in earnings on may eighth based on the short interest. Based on the fact that in this environment people will cover they can stay longest talk in pull the Ripcord right

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Kendall Jenner Leads World's Highest Paid Model List

Toby and Chilli

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Kendall Jenner Leads World's Highest Paid Model List

"Say what you will about the Kardashian clan. Okay. But last year KENDALL Jenner Kim's little sister was easily the highest paid model in the world. She made vast majority of her money without taking one step outside her front door, KENDALL, visited Instagram and fifty three times uploaded a picture that was sponsored by Adidas, Estee Lauder, and Calvin and Calvin Klein in total all those labels and even smaller companies paid her twenty six and a half million dollars just for posting on Instagram. Stuff. Yeah. As a comparison models Carly Kloss and Chrissy Teigen. They were the next highest paid. But they earn only half of what KENDALL made. So my theory life is not

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"estee lauder" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on KNSS

"Not drinking print repair copy of working your boss doesn't love you eight forty nine Stephen Ted here on campus coming up at nine o'clock top of the hour. The Glenn Beck program. They're going to be reacting, of course to the president's state of the union address on the Glenn Beck program. That comes up at nine o'clock this morning here on KNX technology companies helped lead. Stocks broadly, higher on Wall Street Tuesday, as strong earnings reports from several companies put investors in a buying mood in vector investors welcomed the latest batch of solid earnings reports from a range of US companies, including luxury retailers Ralph Lauren and Estee Lauder and media companies, Viacom and Walt Disney the Dow gained one hundred seventy two points, the s&p rose thirteen points. And the NASDAQ added fifty five points nearly one thousand passengers flew out of Atlanta's international airport the Monday after the Super Bowl breaking the record for the number of. People screened at the airport in one day. Whoa. The Atlanta Journal constitution reports passengers waited for up to an hour and a half to get through security on bentos. TSA lines were nice and serpentine. They called it. Mass exodus. Monday lines went all the way from the domestic terminal atrium into the airline check in areas on I guess, it was a busy busy day at the airport. Here's a question for you. Is there an age difference between women's brains and men's brains? This is HouseCall for health the brains of women are younger than the brains of men of the same age, or at least.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We've got some really dark clouds out there and some rain in the west and north portions of the valley, we'll continue to watch it because you're probably going to see some for the night's over on Thursday, mostly sunny and fifty eight mostly sunny and back at two sixty six by Friday right now in Mesa at sixty three weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. It's five. Oh, eight and time to check on your money from ABC news, Wall Street now stocks extend their gains for another day. The Dow closed up one hundred seventy one points it had been up one hundred eighty three the NASDAQ rose fifty five and the s&p added thirteen for the day oil prices ended lower on the NYMEX down ninety cents a barrel to fifty three sixty six a category known as consumer discretionary. Stocks led the way basically, it's higher end or luxury goods design a fashion house. Ralph Lauren and cosmetics empire. Estee Lauder surged after reporting better than expected earnings that included exceptional sales in Asia. That's encouraging to investors who have been worrying in recent weeks that China's economy is cooling off. Disney reported after the close its latest turnings beating expectations. The Walt Disney company is the parent company of ABC news, the national retail federation, the nation's largest retail trade group is forecasting that retail sales could grows much as four point four percent this year as shoppers remain in a mood to spend. A strong economy. Daria Albinger, ABC news. And for more money news, just go to the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com. More MAC and Gaydos in just five minutes. But right now, Jim Sharpe. From Arizona's morning news in his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser center tonight at seven here on KTAR. President Trump will fulfil a constitutional duty take a short ride to the US capitol enter the house of representatives chamber with much pomp and circumstance and in front of a joint session of congress. The supreme court and several guests he will deliver the state of the union address, or.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"What will people pay up for what inspires customers to pay more for product? It may not be all that different from what the competition maybe making. We saw the answer to that question today pinball pay up for prestige and that insight defined much of the action assessor with Dow gained hundreds you points as his point four seven point seven four percent. Yep. Today, we have one of the most amazing displays a prestige power that I ever remember with the stocks of Ralph Lauren Estee Lauder and apple three of the most prestigious brands around all exploding higher. Ralph Lauren and Estee Lauder get this day served eight point four percent and eleven point six percent respectively. Capelle better than expected numbers. Well, apple tacked on another one point seven percent with easy. Thanks to the endless parade of by since the company reported last week. Let's take them on by one. Now, you know, I've read I've you before about Estee were, and it's amazing CEO for breezy afraid who is consistent dazzles with his intellect his presence and his innovation. Leave it to the seller of clinic to put on a clinic. Today. Copper school essay glimmered, some blow outnumbers with the fabulous guide up. No wonder the stock soared how about roughly. This was all about the phenomenal leadership. Patrice is young Louis vay. The company's collaborates you who who recruit the code for stiches clothing and his running away with the crowd. Collaborative course with Ralph Lauren Laverne hard work, along with the amazing foolproof reputation of Ralph himself resulted in a spectacular quarter whole new generation of people by wrath, then there's apple the old mass-market prestige brand not only is the apple watch crushing at twelve billion dollar industry with the product looks great. Have you seen that herb MS version, but the watch also saves lives? I just want peace in Europe post this morning about a sixty seven year old new region man who had a serious bathroom and his app. Watch ordinarily contacted rescue personnel yet, not only is it prestigious. It's actually used fall people pay up work. And that's that even mentioned the new iphones that have the same picture quality as a fifteen hundred dollar camera that makes you darn good on Instagram and that's half the point of owning a smartphone. These days at least for the younger generation, you know. You know, what these brands have going for them? And this is really important because this is a way to analyze stocks that I've come I gotta write a book about this. Because it's so good, first and foremost, they hold up when they Konomi gets tough. Okay. That is a major tenant of what I'm talking about. I'm going to quote from Estee Lauder conference call for a moment because for Brazil fade explains his concept. Former eloquently that I ever could. And I quote, I want to emphasize historically, prestige, beauty has been less sensitive economic downturns because as a more affordable luxury driven by repeated purchases and wilty end, quote, so so lasting universality. Esteve orders. Brands as freight explains..

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"estee lauder" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"By playing up his administration's successes as sort of pound the chest. I have achieved so much. The White House says this year's theme is choosing greatness and the president will appeal for Democrats to work with him, but Larry Brown. George Washington University says the capital's way too polarized for that to actually happen. Saga megani at the White House. This is Ollie Rogan on Capitol Hill. It's a tradition for lawmakers to bring a plus one to the state of the us. And as in years past many are bringing guests who have connection to an issue of importance to their hosts, for example, many Democrats are bringing constituents whose backyards have been affected by environmental contamination. Others are bringing family members of Americans who are being detained abroad. Freshman congresswoman Alexandria, Akhazia Cortez is bringing the activists who confronted Senator Jeff flake in an elevator during Brett Kavanagh's confirmation hearing for the supreme court. The president will have thirteen invited guests of his own including a sixth grader named Joshua Trump. No relation. The White House says Joshua has been bullied in school because of his name on the Senate floor. Today, minority leader Chuck Schumer asked Americans to be skeptical about what the president may say only question about the president's state of the union. How often will he distort? How often will he make up facts? How often will he resort to fear and divisiveness lock it into ten ten wins for live coverage of the state of the union and the democratic response beginning at nine o'clock. Federal judges are now involved over conditions at the metropolitan detention center in Brooklyn, that's where heating power problems left inmates in lockdown with no lights heater hot water for more than a week. A judge plans to tour the facility today. Another judge has ordered the jail to allow inmates to begin meeting with their attorneys lawyers group has filed a lawsuit accusing the federal government of maintaining inhumane conditions at the jail. He may have seen CBD on some restaurant and bar menus around town CBD is a non psychoactive compound found in marijuana. It said to have calming effects, and it is legal Buffoni city health department has banned bars and restaurants from selling food and drinks containing CBD. Why alpha officials say city rules prohibit food and drink additives that have not been approved as safe for generally recognized as such by qualified experts and CBD has not so far five restaurants have been told to stop selling products containing CBD. Millionaire lawyer Tony Busby. His running for mayor of Houston, his top priority might be crimefighting after he was the victim of burglary like most of the mansions in his high dollar neighborhood. Tony Busby's has a security gate and yet on Monday, they somehow were able to get in three little use door in the back of the house and steal artwork, jewelry and other items worth millions some of Busby's neighbors wonder aloud parties all the time and lots of people coming and going. So, you know, maybe it's from that these kids were upstairs during the burglary. And he says he's just glad no one was hurt. You can replace things. You can't replace your family members. Correspondent Jim Ryan reporting. Wins. News time one twenty six Bloomberg money. Watch on ten ten wins. Here's Larry kofsky. Wall Street's gains continue to fade the Dow Jones industrial average off its high for the day now up ninety eight points, the s&p five hundred of two points. The NASDAQ composite is up twenty two shares a Tyson Foods are down about half a percent following a report that it had talks to buy closely held foster fines for about two billion dollars. CNBC reports. The sides are in disagreement over price any deal said to be at least several weeks away. Estee Lauder shares up nearly twelve percent after posting. It's biggest intraday jumping over seven years. It raised its full year profit outlook on booming skin-care sales in Asia, overcoming concerns about a slowing Chinese economy and a trade war with the US coming up after the bell, Walt Disney reports it's quarterly results. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg see an eighteen percent decline versus a year ago. Bloomberg money watch. You're twenty six and fifty six past every hour on Larry kofsky for ten. Ten wins wins news time one twenty-seven stylized lounge presents an evening with.

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Can You Ever Forgive Lee Israel?

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

11:32 min | 2 years ago

Can You Ever Forgive Lee Israel?

"I came across this letter in a collection with the signature of one of my favorites, the writer and wit, Dorothy Parker and the letter is so her eighty three Norma place Hollywood, California, the Joshua Allen told me to write an apologize. I'm doing that. Now while he dresses for Turkey dinner with the boys across the road. I have a hangover that as a real museum piece. I'm sure that I must have said something terrible the year this kind of exertion in the future. I'm thinking of having little letters runoff saying can you ever forgive me? Dr. Except that Dorothy Parker didn't actually write or sign that letter Lee Israel, did her book called can you ever? Forgive me tells the story of her years as a literary con-artist forging letters by all sorts of famous writers, then selling the memoir was just Apted into terrific new film, also called can you ever forgive me. It stars Melissa McCarthy as Israel. This. One line. Here was particularly clever. Don't you think it's wonderful. I love his writing and Dorothy Parker's while caustic wit. Caustic wit is my religion. With the film. Now in theaters I wanted to revisit my conversation with the real Li Israel. She died in two thousand fourteen but I talked to her when her memoir came out in two thousand eight so that isn't by Dorothy Parker at all. Well, there's one line the best line. Can you guess which it is? That's really Dorothy this have hangover that as a real museum piece. So the title of your book is from this purported letter by Dorothy Parker, but it's a real realign. Yes, I imagine Dorothy apologizing her waif-like way for some misdeed, and and I sat down, and I wrote it's in the spirit of kind of Judah spree. So how did you get the idea for this this racket of forging famous people's letters and selling them to dealers started? It was incremental as most things are in life. I I was in the library where I spent most of my time foraging, and they gave me a group. Of of letters. And I thought perhaps even one or two of those could pay for from Mike my kitties tests, and I shoot it. I took it a walked out of the library. And I sold it. I was told by the the woman who bought my letters that which I didn't know anything about the business, but she would pay more for better content. So I went home, and I typed up some better content. And then when you started forging after that instead of stealing what was the first thing before actually, I don't remember where I started. I have a feeling let me think I know it wasn't. I think of the first things I fought would know account letters and you bought not just one but a whole series of antique typewriters on which to do. We'll finally if I had knoll type on one typewriter Dorothy on another and and EDNA Ferber on yet another and Finally I had about six or seven of them in locker I rented on Amsterdam have Aminu looked like a very classy porn shop, but his pawnshop not a porn shop. Not a foreign chef. And it's amazing. How little regulation there is. I mean, for instance, the Noel coward letters, some of them were published in an anthology of his correspondent. That's right recently in highly regarded, well, reviewed book, cool, the letters of no coward. And they were two of my lettuce showed up in that volume. Can we hear one of your letters? Okay. Gotta find it. All right. I'll just this. Dear Kevin Sunday. And at the the letterhead as lays of all sumo shoes. Pardon my French, dear Kevin, I who doesn't exist. I am feeling years younger having lose this morning over perfectly packed snow. There is no substitute for oxygen in the lungs. It seems to release something very like morphine Marlene Marlene as perhaps mentioned to you. When we spoke was here for almost two week. She will never change in Detroit a four service folly, she moans endlessly about the ravages of aging the betrayal of friends the lonely. Of celebrity the Silio crowd addresses each of these problems, if she were the only beautiful and celebrated creature to experience reversals, I intend to have her in my life until one of us crooks, but she is possibly the most June grandmother in the history of our planet. It's a very good thing that I love her. I laughed uproariously at show dog dog arrow yours ever know flea. Israel's version of no account, and they were among the best letters. I think of his well what you don't I'll tell you why? Because he Kurt guess he didn't have to be knoll coward. When he wrote letters. He was writing letters. I had to try hard. I had to be no coward. And so they were lay will cavorted they camped they jumped high jet Jade around. I mean, he didn't write letters like that. I was I was doing it to please dealers and to do an imitation of disturbed sick man who didn't have to try to be no coward. How did you? Did you have to try to get into character? How much did? Immerse yourself in their work. Did you put on a hat like they were support yourself drink? What did you do? I'd never put myself drink because who was it who said John Cheever that old womanising alcoholic said even Sipa Sherry shows in his prose. So I never I never drank. When I ride I just I immersed myself in that wonderful thing that happens grade of people kind of trance the creative transits it's as good as it gets. We'll have more of my interview with Lee Israel in just a minute. But first I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you to follow us on Twitter and Instagram at studio three sixty show. And now back to the podcast now, let's let's rewind before you ever got into this. You were of successful bog refer when I was in my early thirties. I wrote a book about Dorothy Kilgallen, I wrote a book about to Lula Bankhead. I did finally book that wasn't so good about Estee Lauder after the Lord of book, my lights dimmed a bit, and they stopped taking me to Lynch, and and you were on welfare. And and it was it was really rough. It wasn't. It wasn't just that. You were no longer a bestseller. What is rough? I mean, I wasn't eating roots and Niger, but in terms of my life. It was bad. It was I was alone. She was alone. And you and you had a sick cat as well. I had. Sick the romance of the whole thing, and how much did you get for that those? I I think the forty dollars a piece something like that. So it wasn't a lot of money per letter. Forty bucks, forty bucks. Allowed me to take my cat to the vet and find out baby. What was wrong with her? It was enough to keep me as I say finally in in lunch and cigarettes and rent. It was not a lot of money in terms of the letters you forge a part from the marketability of a given author or figure how how did you choose who you wanted to do? I've been thinking about that. I I know that I have certain hide certain criteria which had to be bet they the signature mostly had to be doable, easy, so EDNA, for instance, EDNA Ferber or some EDNA Ferber. She signed her letters with a period. Very simple writing. No, no loops. No swirls. No, no were jumps. Same thing. Knowles was a little harder. Dorothy, Parker had an easy signature. They had to present a challenge to me. They had to have literary epistolary styles that I thought I could duplicate and have fun doing. And I guess those are the criteria fun is interesting to me because they are also nearly all sort of swan. You naughty, people of a certain period and certain certain habits with alcohol and certain age, which meant that if I shook a little in the signature, it wouldn't tell so much, but they would all you. No, one would want to go to the cocktail party with all most of these people all of them, maybe EDNA Ferber. I was gonna say. How many letters did you right now? I think about four hundred really, yeah. You can see you can see as we sit. There's a loosely with copies basically two or three a week for the three years something like that. I guess I didn't you do the math. I did. I did whatever I needed to do them. There was one deal in New Hampshire who would call and say, do you have something Greta Garbo will have you something which George q-car is mentioned. Now, I always satisfied is demands that what did he think I mean, really? And where would you say? Yeah. Maybe I do I have a feeling maybe they may be in the country. You know, like I had a country home. I'll check and I o. I always I wasn't. I not even smart enough to say, oh, no. I couldn't I always was eighty ninety one hundred dollars. Ed was the Noel coward letters that finally done me in because I overdid and because one of the one of his friends who was in the market to buy Noel coward. That is was shown some of mine in new. Full. Well, that know having lived at a time when homosexuality was jailing offense never would've put so many campy funny allusions in his letters and the stuff that's homoerotic etcetera. I got from his his diaries, but Noah would have been much too careful to disclose his. I did what happened. Finally is that one. Once the man friend of Knowles discerned that there was something rotten in Denmark. He told the dealer who told other dealers and finally the well was toxic, and I could no longer sale. And then as soon as the the federal agents showed themselves didn't arrest you mmediately. You went off trying to thinking we're going to get rid of the typewriters destroy the guy rid of everything I could get my hands on scissored everything. I I took the typewriters from the locker one by one and they were very heavy. You know, we're talking nineteen forties. Nineteen fifties at I place them up and down various trash receptacles on Amsterdam avenue. So you were you were. Finally nabbed prosecuted went to trial. You got off pretty easy. I did. Well, I had I got six months house arrest, which is not so easy. If you saw my apartment at the time, not only did you not go to jail. You you have this lovely book. That's come out. That is getting good reviews and kind of kind attention, nobody that I've seen seems to be saying how dare this thief and forger getaway with this. I know, and I'm really, but I I have a knowledge that what I did was was wrong. But I don't I don't feel that in the pit of my stomach the bloggers not being so so kind blinders do, yeah, I know one of them called twit, and I hope he spelled it right? Somebody else called me, an intellectual terrorist. I beat so that happens, but mostly the the community of writers and not so much scholars of writers. And peers of of a liking it and are being very kind to me non-judgmental. I know what I did was for honest, Ana.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Equity

Equity

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Equity

"That's why that's why Bill McDermott has to buy call tricks Ray billion because everyone got it wrong. Right. Mark heard from oracle, you know, Larry Ellison used to make fun of the cloud. What did he say? Like last week were hundred percent all in on cloud. So that trend they are right about that. So like know you said, not everything's enterprise software, but everybody is buying enterprise software. Estee lauder. Could be impacted by they could say, well, maybe you don't need to spend quite so much on. Or maybe maybe maybe they'll run apposite direction and say we need to do more because we need fewer people. I really equity if there's a recession what do you to do? Should we just quit? What should we do a long-term thinkers on this podcast, we're digging in decades, keep in mind? How awesome this show of being in bear market? You'll be a funeral dirge without music. It'd be the sad. We'll see. Entire show has been in the late summer of this boom. And everyone who's come on to your land has been genius. Everyone's come on. No actual liquidity. I fascinated and curious to see what it will feel like one hundred point. I mean, what's the next hundred going to be like are we going to end the next hundred in a room talking about eight billion exits Utah blowing up and the only a gray cloud. Here is the problem and the trade issues, maybe maybe does not enough to knock into recession. But it's still feels strong today. Just been scared for years, and I've been wrong. So we'll see. Anyways, we've been going on and on and on and on and on. So we're going to kill off this. Thank you everyone coming in Jason. Thank you. Thanks for having me back. It's terrific. And we'll see you one hundred episodes, and we'll see everyone else back in seven days. Stay cool. All right, everybody. Thank you for listening and a big thank you to Connie Loiseau's, our producer Christopher gates, our executive producer Henry pick. And we'll see you all right here. Next Makes me. me..

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Richer higher higher for every Switzer for higher and therefore of and. From there. I went to became a fine fragrance buyer sachse avenue I net the lotteries a net almost everyone. And that was just the getting of my grid for the first ten years of my life. Actually, I was a beauty merchant. So actually started on the buying side started on the selling floor and started that way. So I always had a very different approach and a lot of other people who've come into the business, and that's how it started both sides of again oppose the, and I got to meet everyone. I think a lot of people in the BS she now. No, you because of MAC and you landed there and in the late nineties, right? What would you tasked with doing? And what did you want to do with it? And how did you end up coming up with some of these great collaborations Pakistan over the years? I I'm probably the latest bloomer in the in the bunch here. I I ride at MAC in nineteen ninety eight. And had already been at the state water companies for seven years having worked in various, you know, senior sales marketing roles on the Estee Lauder brand when we were privately held company, and when I was given the assignment actually to go to MAC, it was silent that actually nobody wanted people thought it was risky. They thought it was odd. They thought it was. Sort of out of people's comfort zone. He was like a weird little little little Canadian indeed brand with sort of freaks and blam. Goth artists dressed in black, and it didn't really fit what everybody thought the world was all about and outlier with Estee Lauder. There was an outlier. It was not liar with this day Lauder. But quite honestly, it was the beginning of the makeup artist. Revolution that transformed the entire beauty business. And it's it's funny at the time I had been offered a couple other jobs internally and externally, and I remember telling letter that I didn't want what they had offered me. And when he said, what about MAC, I said, I'm in. I had no idea what I signed up for what I was in for. But I knew that. There was something unique in very special. So I took my navy blue suit from Estee, Lauder and And converted converted by line. entire burnt my tire wardrobe and converted to black and got an apartment in Dan ackroyd old loft in Toronto and literally eating went and literally realty went to work. You know, trying to understand what made the brand unique and special and to keep it more unique and special into let it become what eventually is become over the years. And I. I'm try to lucky. It was amazing timing. The founders of the brand had created an amazing story. And I arrived at the moment that Frank Angelo had passed away. And what are you toss going and Frank Toscan who's the other founder had made the decision that after selling the loader companies? He didn't want to be there and that makes things easier. Curic your I am the suit from Estee Lauder arriving in the parallel alternative universe in cabbage town in Toronto and people quite honestly were terrified they were concerned in concerned that I wouldn't really know what or how to do. But what people didn't really understand about knee is growing up in Cleveland, Ohio was like growing up being Canadian on the other side of the. Great Lakes, and that I was a pop culture junkie growing up listening to the Motown sound on the radio and basically loved everything about pop culture. So did is what I when. I when I when I got there. I saw within MAC the runway to really embrace everything that was diverse in fun and exciting and kooky and wacky and wild. And at the same time to breast to embrace the professional heritage elements of what the brand was about bringing in all of those collaborations and bringing in all of you know, that, you know, when I think of MAC, I I think the cosmetics, but I also think of all glam Paul I to I arrived with an incredible beginning already cast for me. Because when I arrived rupaul in Katie Lang, I remember the original two spokespeople for the brand. And it was sort of a daunting thing because the brand had gotten. Relatively large. Not anything close to what it was right now, and people were sort of afraid to make the next move for. What was going to define what MAC was about?.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"What takes a long time for sure, you know, and most of it is owned by L'Oreal, Estee Lauder, or Louisville, Hennessy. Moet. Yeah. So. Those guy. One of the guys, I think who owns Hennessy is the richest person in France. And he's getting rich office shit the he don't even use, right. If I were to put that guy on a game show and asked him to tell the difference between contour and conceal her, he couldn't do it. I don't like that that guy's getting rich off of that. Also don't like the fact that. Look makeup at its core is a tool of the patriarchy that being said, I fucking love it. Shop wearing it. Right, right. Love it. I like looking clown adjacent. That's what I like, right. We're both from Texas, right? You grow up and how we were raised. Yeah, but I'm looking love it. Yes, I love. That's the fine line. And this comes up on all the time and I always just say, do it for yourself. And what makes you feel beautiful for yourself your is for you? Exactly. So do it for fucking you. That's why I wanted to be closed monetary system. I want women to get rich off of other women buying cosmetics. I don't want dudes in the mix unless it's some guy in the closet. Who's you know finding himself right or out in Browde. Right. What are the two. So I during very extensive research, as you know, finding out which companies are owned by men or private equity firms, whatever is damn near impossible. I mean, I don't even know what an equity firm is if I'm being well, one of them owns or was he was the initial investor and glossy. Which made that a complicated purchase for me. Right? Because I want to support her and thinks she's doing a great thing who's getting the money. Right. Who's really getting the money riana. I don't know. Yeah, I don't know. Those were hard for me to really figure out although riana was a little easier, but we'll Riyan is company is owned by keto whose own by MO wet Hennessy, whatever. And that guy used to run Sephora. Yeah, which is also male owned. Yeah. So I, I me four is exactly what it is. When I went into the one at the at Caesar's palace, you go in, you've just had a flight you, you don't wanna put your makeup on you. Oh, in there you fresh enough? Yeah. Or you try out stuff but then by from the female run companies, that's what I I use. I'm not saying everyone's got to do that, but that's what I would do. Right because there is excessive. -bility can be an issue. I understand the appeal of going to support because you know your products are going to be there on the internet. Yeah, things down can be difficult, but I'll I did some research, so I tried to keep that into account. Yeah. I mean, look, I don't think there's anything wrong with if you're going to go to Sephora by makeup, but just be aware then maybe when you're not in a rush and you have the time, then you can go source exact, right? Yes. One of the cool things I found out was Sally Hansen who until very recently had zero women on on the board. She was such a fucking bad ass and she had her best friend was trans. This is in the forties. She used to write an advice column for LA LA times that was essentially like, fuck makeup do it for yourself. She's basically. Jackie Johnson of how. See you married three times never had kids shoes fucking renegage doing in it for self. And so you see women like that, you're like, yeah, I want to support women like that. I don't want to support all the people getting rich off of this woman's hard work and legacy, and I don't know really if it's there's not a lot of mission on..

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is dancing into the close Morning dancing movers and shakers. Day we did that is what we do and a. Lot of positive dancing it, appears little segue there on the major US indices they all in the green Dow Jones up. About a third of one percent SNP up, about a quarter of one percent. NASDAQ just barely in the green? Point, zero six percent but lot going up so what are you looking at. Yeah so one of. The things I'm taking a look at, is Estee Lauder it's really interesting story it was reported their quarterly earnings today spit it out Taylor and it was poised to open. Lower as fallen as much as one hundred and, twenty nine dollars to alo- but, then actually it is up because their earnings but it was that fiscal guidance of course. That you look at that came in a little bit below estimates but analyst once they got, on the, call, and, they were able. To get some clarification statements from management The stock ended up turning around it was, really interesting that we're just talking. About some of these the consumer discretionary and. The consumer Staples and where else can you get high single digit. Revenue growth and it was really interesting that this company actually. Estee Lauder can get about seven to eight percent revenue. Growth which is great the, problem with some of the currency had wins and some accounting changes had lowered that into about. Four to five percents so also of course, you wanna look the individual company. But it also brings up the? Question, of course about making sure and get that extra clarification for management on. The phone call every. Quarter not every six months and that's, helping drive the stock higher yeah it is interesting we've had I feel like we've had a few cases over the last week specifically. Where the stock has done one thing and then, once we hear from management the, stock goes the other way and oftentimes it's an initial negative and then a positive which. Goes to your exact point that's why people want to hear from management and that's why management It probably is large often in companies best interest to. Speak, more broadly one. Stock I'm. Looking at is News Corp in its various iterations it is lower today after Morgan Stanley cut that sucked to. Underweight from equal weight and they're citing, profit decline in the Australian pay, TV unit that's Foxtel amid shifting consumer behavior and competition, from net flicks and other services. This is not a new story Taylor of. Course and yet having Someone of. Morgan Stanley's clout come out and say this is really starting to affect potentially the bottom line is is notable. Yeah and, the stock is down two point seven percent in two point three, seven percent a news and, news a very interesting I want to take a look at apple but quickly one and. Take a look at the dollar while you're seeing the Bloomberg dollar index had a little bit. Lower we're getting headline out this, is according to Reuters that Trump says that. He will criticize the fed if it continues to raise rates so again according. To Reuters who was saying that Trump will criticize the fat. If it. Keeps raising rates I want to quickly go back because apple is. Another stock that we've been talking about we've another headline out that they may be revamping some new low cost max to reignite sales so Jason. Guess what I did I ran the FA function on the terminal and what. You learn here is that max only, make up, about ten percent Of apples revenue cost the iphone is about fifty six percent and in terms. Of revenue growth it. Is declining so really interesting to see that they are perhaps looking at a lower cost MAC to see how. They can, sort of boost them sales there and we're going to have more, on that story that was, a Bloomberg scoop from Mark Gherman the gadget guru he's going to join us later this. Hour to talk about that new push from apple let's get a quick look at the vix. And see what's been happening there, it has as you know Taylor been kind. Of moving all around in terms of whether it goes up or down although Until the down slightly today down. About one, point three percent, that is the third day in a row that the vix has been down.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Our scripture today proverbs twenty, four sixteen for the righteous fall seven times. In Rogers again but the wicked stumble in times, of calamity Estee Lauder said. When I thought I couldn't go on I, forced myself to keep going, my success is based on persistence not luck I am. Convinced really that probably there's tourist refractories I think that you, could say the number one thing. They're number one correlating thing with successes what One of them's. Integrity Hard to be really successful, if. Your dad gum crook People say all. The time, crooks get ahead but that's just on TV. I mean the. Real world wants somebody messes you over you tell everybody nobody else does business with them It's very difficult And so really crooks don't get ahead in the long run balance around from, thing to thing the constant or have a start over on all their relationships and contacts. And everything else. It's very difficult Integrity is one of them you know what the other. One is perseverance People, that are successful they're not necessarily smarter than other people matter of fact they're usually don't have the high level GPA's that some. Of those brilliant. People have typical millionaire has. A GPA below? Three point I in college Mine was a to non seven and that three one hundreds of point still. Pisses me off Mr. three by three one hundred zero point Trump believable Still mad about that but you know the typical millionaire. Doesn't even have. A three point. O. GPA it's. Not it's, not GPA it's not unusual brilliance is, not you. Know they invented the next, toaster or bread slicer whatever sometimes they do those things but I know thousands of millionaires probably know thousands of Decca millionaires I know at least, the twenty billionaires personally and none of them. Are shiny brilliant blow you away with their intelligence people none of. Them are not a one is maybe one or two but I mean most of them are just like Really Such regular, people it's unbelievable except they're not regular. People they don't quit their ability to persevere to not be denied to just keep after it to scratch him to claw the ability to push through There's just a high correlation between that and success perseverance Bible talks about in Romans five three through. Seven Rejoicing attribute Tribulations produce Perseverance Perseverance hope and hope is a gift of the Holy. Spirit Hard times make you learn how to. Hang on they make you learn how to fight through Have you ever grandma grandpa that..

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"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"It is time. And then the light round is over. Are you ready? Ski daddy company. Michael New York. My goal, how you doing Jim, my stock is Estee Lauder, symbol. E stock is really been more time since the last were some very small things that we're concerned with hyping and is a by. I think for breezy afraid is remarkable job and he's picks them up. It's part of the selfie generates in Morgan Georgia. Mar fifth. Wondrous he at Dr him, Craig Miller, two cousins. Your take per teach in that field that you're in, lighten about decide to get your opinion on primerica firm for that seven this point. Okay, we'll primerica is doing incredibly well. It is really a for the the middle income person. It's really one of the great financial advisers in studying credibly well here, and I think it's to continue. Let's go to Betty in New Jersey Betty. Hi. How are you? I'm good. Betty. How about you? That's good to talk to you. Love to show. Thank you know and listen. I'm calling about Boston beer company pick essay, em yeah, I mean, this is amazing. This visa SAM's doing credit. Well, I think it was heavily shorted. It's making it come back, but I do not like the beer category. I think it is saturated and there's too much competition and I would be a seller half my position if I. Own. Let's go to Todd and North Carolina, Todd. Jim, this is taught from Winston, Salem, great to have you on the show top. What's going on. Go to question for you about XM enterprises of this is like a great stock great potential to move forward and grow, but the Ps kinda high at two ninety. Seven. Do you think this is a great time to buy the socks off? Boy. Boy, hitting the twenties and thirties, and the forties and the fifties. Look, I'm afraid to say in and continue to buy up here because it's seventy five. We've been such stalwart supporters of it. I think now you gotta wait for pullback. I can't come in right now with guns blazing. Same kind of by when I've been saying it's time to buy fifty straight points David in Oregon, David. David, what's up? This is David Portland, Oregon, I own Bates p can all of the stint, and it seems like HP and HP has obsolete business models components. And I'm wondering if I should hold on. Pureed speak to the old HP the PC's HP Inc. I think he's doing incredibly well, and I would be a buyer that stock right here. Is hard for me. Don't feel that way more in Maryland, Mark. We'll Yana Jim YoM on our love your show. You. My thought is Dale resort, veils incredibly run, experiential place with his just fantastic. And I think it's still by and that includes it up. The thing is sponsored by TD Ameritrade. Did the performances of individual CEO's matter again.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"It is time. And then the light round is over. Are you ready? Ski daddy company. Michael New York. My goal, how you doing Jim, my stock is Estee Lauder, symbol. E stock is really been more time since the last were some very small things that we're concerned with hyping and is a by. I think for breezy afraid is remarkable job and he's picks them up. It's part of the selfie generates in Morgan Georgia. Mar fifth. Wondrous he at Dr him, Craig Miller, two cousins. Your take per teach in that field that you're in, lighten about decide to get your opinion on primerica firm for that seven this point. Okay, we'll primerica is doing incredibly well. It is really a for the the middle income person. It's really one of the great financial advisers in studying credibly well here, and I think it's to continue. Let's go to Betty in New Jersey Betty. Hi. How are you? I'm good. Betty. How about you? That's good to talk to you. Love to show. Thank you know and listen. I'm calling about Boston beer company pick essay, em yeah, I mean, this is amazing. This visa SAM's doing credit. Well, I think it was heavily shorted. It's making it come back, but I do not like the beer category. I think it is saturated and there's too much competition and I would be a seller half my position if I. Own. Let's go to Todd and North Carolina, Todd. Jim, this is taught from Winston, Salem, great to have you on the show top. What's going on. Go to question for you about XM enterprises of this is like a great stock great potential to move forward and grow, but the Ps kinda high at two ninety. Seven. Do you think this is a great time to buy the socks off? Boy. Boy, hitting the twenties and thirties, and the forties and the fifties. Look, I'm afraid to say in and continue to buy up here because it's seventy five. We've been such stalwart supporters of it. I think now you gotta wait for pullback. I can't come in right now with guns blazing. Same kind of by when I've been saying it's time to buy fifty straight points David in Oregon, David. David, what's up? This is David Portland, Oregon, I own Bates p can all of the stint, and it seems like HP and HP has obsolete business models components. And I'm wondering if I should hold on. Pureed speak to the old HP the PC's HP Inc. I think he's doing incredibly well, and I would be a buyer that stock right here. Is hard for me. Don't feel that way more in Maryland, Mark. We'll Yana Jim YoM on our love your show. You. My thought is Dale resort, veils incredibly run, experiential place with his just fantastic. And I think it's still by and that includes it up. The thing is sponsored by TD Ameritrade. Did the performances of individual CEO's matter again.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"To get away from the bad and the chemicals and the cancer and all that stuff because really what these brands are doing are creating brands with really good for ingredients and talking about what those are good few and that's what i think is super positive about the space is not us you know trying to push be disparaging to these other brands that have you know kind of existed shashi favorite quote was estee lauder were to create a brand today should do it very differently shouldn't set out to intentionally you know maybe have questionable chemicals and her products it was just how the world was operating and you know i think we're trying to just make people aware of all the good pro or good ingredients that are in these products but if you had to say that kind of we call them the gateway gateway products of women entering clean beauty deodorants big one and we have seen a lot of really cool brands have a lot of great success mascara is another one shampoo and lipstick or kind of a four that are the common thread but to nowadays women are super savvy about reading ingredient labels and understanding what are in products today and they've invested heavily and they're you know soul cycle and eating organically in working really hard to keep their inside nice and healthy and so it's kind of the last spoke in their in their regimen and in just touching on so the most deodorants that you buy grocery stores have aluminum cracked what is the effective aluminum on well it's bacteria fighter so it's you know it there's studies that you know very controversial topic but you know you can read any read on any ingredient you're gonna get a fifty fifty answer on everything but it's it's controversial controversial linked to breast cancer and shown breast cancer tissue.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Another retail apparel estee lauder el that's been strong but then i got reach so again there's not a lot now you know the names we told you about where the big leadership is they're not doing a lot today but you got spunk red hat service now net flicks net flicks reports monday though herbalife grub hub go daddy at sea at at home as mentioned adobe but you still have this big list the names trading below amazon alibaba arish the networks align tech by do facebook down a couple today google ip photonics intuitive surgical nvidia even though it's up eight today still below but trying getting close one can just putting rangebound action back in the bill up next will carry the end of the day thanks for being here off gary one my number two does not look like a number two i don't know what to call it is there a number three table for four police anything close to the restroom.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"Uh no i don't think you're strong enough to do that said i was like okay uh but estee lauder without a doubt was just like no we want him uh so i worked for a state lauder for about three years i we're low yeah wait a hold on you were floating around the floor macy's for a week and a half or so fierce that estee lauder is like han me better come to this counter as they don't play they welsh do yeah at when s they want something big they get it and that's you know one of the things i like about the company i wish they had different policies with animal testing dry but a loss of the view of the chinese businesses strong for us today so for that reason you know the kind of do that but uh but they know what they want and as a business and as a businesswoman estee lauder is goals leg honey she started at all yeah uh she owns everything to she owns everything when she made it possible for a lot of things for a lot of brands to be around even today at like youth do fragrance which everybody me may not know it by name but if they smell it guaranteed you'll be reminded of someone in cia being and that was what she started the line with and she went to you know department store and was just like i would like to sell my fragrance here they're like you know what sorry my customers really would engulf with us like she had one hundred units with her ready to sell and they're like our customers don't really care for the separate fragrance i'm sorry uh she went down to the cells floor dropped a bottle soul ninety nine units and those alas retell she wanted to while she's like okay.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In this episode of boss files i do not think it's an accident i mean the investment business i think i was destined to be an investment business because i desperately as a child wanted to understand why and that was born out of a sense of financial insecurity melody hopton she grew up poor in chicago and went on to become a top ranking moneymanager she's the president of ariel investment in sits on the board of estee lauder and starbucks at the heart of it all she's committed to promoting diversity and wants us all the talk about race more openly denied had so many people tell me how colorblind they are they say i don't even see race and i say to them but you don't uneven noticing everyone around you was white let's start seeing it and talking about in an embracing these differences as opposed to trying to pretend they don't exist the differences are to be celebrated not to be ignored she says she doesn't want people to be colorblind first solution be color brave instead plus why she creditor single their for her strength and her independence and how she's half net down to her daughter here's my conversation with melody hampson thanks for being here melody thank you for having me why'd we've known each other for years with this is the first time we've actually done sit down together for a lengthy meaningful conversation about your remarkable life i was walking over here telling my mom about eu she said where are you going to interview and when i finish telling her your story she was like i can't wait to less so that's sort of how i have to live onto that you do my mom has high high bar or i thank you for being here.

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"estee lauder" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"estee lauder" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Said houston bush intercontinental airport was not expect its reopened to commercial flights until thursday united operates a hub at iaea with forderte in '83 flights serving over forty two thousand passengers each day at bushehr port hobby airport across town will remain closed until further notice southwest operates one hundred fifty two flights at hobby each day additionally the epa has asked people not to use drones because they may interfere with rescue operations i'm steve kastenbaum peter pan buslines had a partnership with greyhound for twenty years they did revenuesharing they cooperated they had steered tickets things like that not more peter pan is flying away if they wanted anything to do with the ground dog anymore you're on your own dog peter peter pan bus launch breaking up the partnership with greyhound that both companies are still in business they'll stolen of serve you when they'll be you'll see them running up and down route ninety five but they're just not going to be together anymore because they nothing last forever that's right peter pan cannot be what the dog forever you follow estee lauder the makeup company it's not for sale somehow rumor started to circulate that estee lotteries assail it's not for sale that the headline they're putting out australia's ten that network the big network in australia it's just called ken it's like our nbc or cbs uh it's broke the hickey much money cbs will buy it through an american company is going to buy control of an australian television network that that i that you can do that here we have very strict rules about foreign ownership of broadcasting broadcasting entities uh that rupert murdoch right owns fox is he does leeson australian though he's an american citizen he became an american citizen to further his business interest over here but anyway the australians they don't care cbs you've got enough cash you could by the.

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