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"fcm" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:17 min | 5 months ago

"fcm" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A blowout earnings report Build a bear workshop CEO Sharon price John on what's next for a company who shares are up about 400% year to date Talk about a rally Talk about a lot of bears Plus more from our annual Bloomberg 50 list This week's issue of Bloomberg business week magazine dedicated to the individuals and ideas that have defined 2021 First up this hour in ecommerce power player has a strong start to the holiday shopping season Shopify came out earlier this week with data saying that its merchant sales from Black Friday through cyber Monday hit a record $6.3 billion That represents a 23% increase compared with the same period a year earlier But what's interesting Tim is those figures contrast with some of the broader retail trends that we've seen so far in the early portion of the holiday shopping season We caught up with Shopify president Harley finkelstein and asked him how the cloud based commerce platform was able to overcome an otherwise lackluster weekend from consumers I think what you were seeing is that Shopify merchants really outpace the industry at frankly these astonishing rates and they continue to do so through the entire weekend We know that consumer spending has stayed strong but I don't think the FCM was simply just a measure of consumer confidence It seems like it was also barometer for consumer interest in supporting independent brands and entrepreneurs And we think that that support is stronger than ever For the entire weekend so from Friday to Monday we saw about 6.3 billion sold sales on shop planets but 23% growth as you mentioned And about 47 million consumers made a purchase from a Shopify merchant during the weekend The other thing that's really interesting is that average cart size was out from about $90 to about a $100 globally And when you look at where those sales were coming from of course we had the big names that we always talk about here companies like all birds and bombas and Jim shark and Brooklyn But we also saw some new names emerge the nugget for example our place for example And then some traditional retailers that you shot the fight like LEGO mat spanx dockers But I really relative to the numbers that you were mentioning earlier from the industry industry wide It feels like this is a tale of two different retail worlds On one side you have traditional big box stores then you have direct to consumer Well let me just remind our listeners of those numbers from Adobe So U.S. shoppers spent $10.7 billion on cyber Monday That's according to Adobe less than the $10.8 billion a year earlier and that mister Adobe's estimate of $11.3 billion So Harley it sounds like the analysis that you're providing is it's because it's a different type of shopping happening You're saying that Shopify retailers that use the Shopify platform outperformed the industry and that's why you see the dichotomy in the divergence with the data from Adobe That's exactly right Yes I think Adobe's first will only look in the U.S. where a Shopify is a global platform We have more than 1.7 million stores across a 175 countries But what we really did see is that consumers unequivocally voted with their wallets this past 40 weekend to buy from independent retailers and their favorite brands And some of these brands have now become really incumbent If you look at companies like figs or all birds these are stores that started on Shopify just a couple of years ago and now they're publicly traded companies And so I think you're going to see more of this happening where the future retail really does belong to these independent direct to consumer brands as opposed to the big box retailers In some cases that aren't really adding any real value Yeah It's an interesting you know we talked about innovation as you know Harley so much in so many different industries certainly in technology We've seen it in retail in a big way What does that mean then you think for the major retailers that are out there versus many of those that are on your platform Is there something more significant going on in terms of the retail trends Well look I've been a student of retail ecommerce for the majority of my life And I think one of the major changes that have happened here is that a lot of the retailers that were reselling other people's products simply weren't justifying their profit margin So I'm sitting here right now in Canada wearing my favorite T-shirt which is James perse which is a Shopify store years ago I was able to buy Jameis T-shirt at barneys for example And I never did And the reason was I didn't feel that I was getting any a better experience And it was certainly more expensive buying from Bernie's Whereas when I go to James first dot com powered by Shopify I get a much better experience I know that the money that I am paying for is a vote with my wallets that I want more of those brands to exist in the world I think that the other thing is that the big box retailers for a very long time they had an unfair advantage because they had distribution And the reason that we were able to go into these big box sources because they were in our cities But the Internet has completely democratized distribution so that today I can be sitting anywhere in the world and for $29 I can set up a store on Shopify and I can sell online I can offline I can sell on TikTok or Spotify on Instagram And I can be default global in a matter of minutes That's where technology is driving this really incredible innovation and commerce How do you make sure that these companies as they grow don't graduate from Shopify's platform and they're able to keep using it It's a great question The challenge of being able to make it really easy for any brand or any entrepreneur business to get started on Shopify And then when they get to some sort of scale they can do to grow that is really what shop would make Shopify quite unique So for example when you're just getting started you may just simply want to set up a very simple online store and sell to consumers But as you grow you begin to wanting to sell across a variety of different places channels I mentioned Instagram and Facebook but also you want to sell across new channels that emerge We announced a partnership to scale with Spotify So an artist on Spotify can open online stores on Shopify and sell merchandise That was Shopify president Harley finkelstein And we should note that this past week after our conversation with Harley a group of 5 educational publishers sued Shopify The group includes Pearson education and McGraw hill It filed for copyright and trademark infringement Just as we were putting our broadcast to bed shop if I had declined to comment on the specifics of the lawsuit saying that it takes actions against web stores that violate its policies You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up next one of America's premier luxury auto brands is racing into the EV market The question is how.

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"fcm" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"fcm" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much So Shopify out earlier today saying that Black Friday cyber Monday sales hit a record 6.3 billion climbing 23% compared with the same period a year earlier So Tim let's get into what's going on when it comes to the shopping trends that we've seen so far early in this season Harvey Harley finkelstein is president of Shopify He joins us on the phone from Ottawa Harley great to have you on the program today So take us through the data here And really why we're seeing this dichotomy because Carol and I were just talking about the data that we saw from Adobe showing that cyber Monday sales were kind of weak here So how do you reconcile those two things Great to be on the show And it is quite remarkable I mean I think what you were seeing is that Shopify merchants really outpace the industry at frankly these astonishing rates and they continue to do so through the entire weekend We know that consumer spending has stayed strong but I don't think the FCM was simply just a measure of consumer confidence It seems like it was also barometer for consumer interest in supporting independent brands and entrepreneurs and we think that that support is stronger than ever for the entire weekend So from Friday to Monday we saw about 6.3 billion sold sales on shop plans but 23% growth as you mentioned And about 47 million consumers made a purchase from a Shopify merchant during the weekend The other thing that's really interesting is that average cart size was out from about $90 to about a $100 globally And when you look at where those sales were coming from of course we had the big names that we always talk about here companies like all birds and bombas and Jim shark and Brooklyn But we also saw some new names emerge the nugget for example our place for example And then some traditional retailers at new Shopify like LEGO Mattel spanx dockers But I really relative to the numbers that you were mentioning earlier from the industry industry wide It feels like this is a tale of two different retail worlds On one side you have traditional big box stores then you have direct to consumer Well let me just remind our listeners of those numbers from Adobe So U.S. shoppers spent $10.7 billion on cyber Monday That's according to Adobe less than the $10.8 billion a year earlier and that mister Adobe's estimate of $11.3 billion So Harley it sounds like the analysis that you're providing is it's because it's a different type of shopping happening You're saying that Shopify retailers that use a shop to buy platform outperformed the industry and that's why you see the dichotomy in the divergence with the data from Adobe That's exactly right Yes I think Adobe's first only looking U.S. were Shopify as a global platform We have more than 1.7 million stores across a 175 countries But what we really did see is that consumers unequivocally voted with their wallets this past 40 weekend to buy from independent retailers and their favorite brands And some of these brands have now become really incumbent If you look at companies like figs or all birds these are stores that started on Shopify just a couple of years ago and now they're publicly traded companies And so I think you're going to see more of this happening where the future retail really does belong to these independent direct to consumer brands as opposed to the big box retailers In some cases that aren't really adding any real value Yeah it's an interesting we talk about innovation as you know Harley so much in so many different industries certainly in technology We've seen it in retail in a big way What does that mean then you think for the major retailers that are out there versus many of those that are on your platform Is there something more significant going on in terms of the retail trends I've been a student of retail ecommerce for the majority of my life And I think one of the major changes that have happened here is that a lot of the retailers that were reselling other people's products simply weren't justifying their profit margin So I'm sitting here right now in Canada wearing my favorite T-shirt which is James perse which is a Shopify store Years ago I was able to buy and Jameis first T-shirt and Barney's for example and I never did And the reason was I didn't feel that I was getting any a better experience and it was certainly more expensive buying from barneys Whereas when I go to James first dot com powered by Shopify I get a much better experience I know that the money that I am paying for is a vote with my wallets that I want more of those brands to exist in the world I think that the other thing is that the big box retailers for a very long time they had an unfair advantage because they had distribution And the reason that we were able to these big box sources because they were in our cities But the Internet has completely democratized distribution so that today I can be sitting anywhere in the world and for $29 I can set up a store on Shopify and I can sell online I can offline I can sell on TikTok or Spotify on Instagram And I can be default global in a matter of minutes That's where technology is driving this really incredible innovation in commerce Carla you mentioned all birds the company just reporting earnings a few minutes ago by the way figs also a newly public company as to people to organizations that you Shopify is platform How do you make sure that these companies as they grow don't graduate from Shopify's platform and they're able to keep using it It's a great question The challenge of being able to make it really easy for any brand or any entrepreneur business to get started on Shopify And then when they get to some sort of scale they continue to grow that is really what shop would make Shopify quite unique So for example when you're just getting started you may just simply want to set up a very simple online store and sell to consumers But as you grow you begin to wanting to sell across a variety of different places channels I mentioned Instagram and Facebook but also you want to sell across new channels that emerge we announced a partnership to scale with Spotify so artists on Spotify can open online stores on Shopify and sell merchandise This idea that you can sell anywhere you want across every geography is really important but also scales important Jimmy Butler recently launched his new coffee line big face coffee on Shopify Kylie Jenner launched highly cosmetics on shop.

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"fcm" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Plenty of nice gestures guy around as well but the latest is Ethiopian athletics legend highly give us the last say he's donated nearly fifty thousand dollars to a committee which was set up to fight the spread of the corona virus in his homeland the code nineteen national resource mobilization committee was launched by prime minister Abiye Ahmed on Wednesday in the Ethiopian weather occurred makes twenty one reported cases he said it's not time to profits but it's time to save lives as multiple as ever on the BBC sport website the BBC dot com forward slash support thank you James I have quickly adopted FC torpedo beneficial do you know as my Belarus team choice thanks for that nine minutes to the hour India's prime minister Narendra Modi's has announced his country's forgiveness after imposing a sweeping lockdown that he said have hurt millions of the country's poor in a weekly radio address the prime minister apologized for the impact of the three week lockdown but argued that it was a life and death battle for the country meanwhile many foreigners have been at home because of the lockdown to give one example some UK nationals of criticize that government for abandoning them but the British government says it's been working round the clock to support pretty systems that help them return home we can speak now to delve into my engine who found themselves stranded in the northern state of Punjab while visiting their family said thanks for talking to Newsday what exactly is your situation away here we we divided into six the mulch and we can't find jobs about four days later it just took him to see friends and family into decent wedding shopping and it truly as soon as we hit control alt the code big pharma's hates and beaches becomes drawn to it we were not from the extended time with my elderly parents my father's eighteen my mother is seventy six and a half months six weeks and I've got my two daughters who operates what I can't think so while we in a while we do have future and while we do have accommodation the situation I was that we all following the FCN retreating quite quite isolated and abandoned and we we we talk to other people who are also here in the feeding exactly the same as we all week we've petition Dorin piece everybody's petition that impedes the FCM message is exactly the same between following the treats tweet sweeping very pro active but yes eight eight eight the British for I am a lockdown want more news yes well what we did not if we know there's a lockdown we know that other governments have been flying they then matched up to your delicate pores on the nose from the district attorney a police officer the state he said if if our government put on flights we can cross borders providing we just have a leg to body we can show all of Paul sports so yes the government here we'll let his cross borders but does nothing for us to get home this night flights we my family in particular we've even paid for a second lots of flights to get out of India it seems that you know then I took the money issue the tickets and cancel the flights so we trying to be proactive we're trying to do what we can always talk to people and we know that if we had the right to missions we can cross the borders to get to New Delhi but there's nothing that you have to get a very difficult situation at the event thank you very much indeed for took interest that from India I just want a little glimpse of the dreadful situations that.

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"AM rocky just talking about the school voucher system little confusion but I think we got it does break down there by the state senator let's get Brian on here Brian what do you think about it good afternoon I think parents can be counted on to do the best for their children a little more than the senator's view of them just seeing a rating on a school in the funding to pull the kids out of the school where they you know they're getting a good education there's a lot of things that went wrong that test yeah and I do think competition only builds a stronger education system for everyone whether it's private or public no I I certainly understand which is why you know I agree that there's with the fact there still is a voucher program in you know a lot of the schools can't go around have an FCM you get an F. grade then you're not gonna now but it just takes some of schools you know they have a you know a B. C. and even D. rap ratings are not eligible the ones that are the very very worst there now still incentivized to try to make some changes or else yes yes nothing it's enough I dislike money yeah true that and and thanks Brian you know you just here and when you when you think about it though these kids in the Wyoming in Indian hill who let's face it not many people below the property line there are now going to can get vouchers to go to a private schools I don't know what's gonna do that district I guess you still pay right side there is you know him you know you would want the Indian hill and one was not the rest on their laurels and make sure there every year now I know that that's not the case because it's kind of how the how the the grading system used to work but that that would be that the counter that isn't okay yeah the last ten years you were raised in a school but if you're kind of rest on your laurels you're not continuing to get better and can be than men near you're gonna see some your best in school with that will head to the news check out what's going on.

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"fcm" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on KGO 810

"If you can have your convention anywhere and cities are going to bend over backwards to accommodate you for that kind of money why would you want to have your employees walk up their hotel room door and see poop and have us some aggressive bomb in their face to do that well in in honestly Dave this is bubbled up from the bottom all the attendees at the conference they've gone oracle not all of them but a lot of them and said Hey it's just too scary I'm just freaked out and I can't go out there I stepped in who can we go somewhere else please at some point FCM four million dollar hit me think that get somebody's attention anyway news now March available justice department's inspector general is testifying on Capitol Hill today Michael Horowitz and his report released this week in Lindsey Graham is grilling Horowitz of the significant inaccuracies animations in the FBI FISA applications to monitor former campaign adviser Carter page January twenty seventeen the whole foundation for surveilling Carter page collapses exculpatory information is ignored they lied to the court about what the interview was all about is that a fair summary so far don I'll they certainly misled the the way was misleading to the court okay look where an up in in January about six months later when they find more information that could be helpful to Mr page they lie about it do you feel like Mr page was treated fairly by the department justice and the FBI I don't think the department justice fairly treated these vices and he was on the receiving end of it you would not want to be on the receiving end this would you I would not want agents were anybody failing to put forward all the information they're obligated to tell the court on good lord people leave trump out of this story he asked me I'd have misled chords so that they can spy on people he don't want that to happen to anybody no matter how much you a troll Graham going on just give a warning I'd hate to lose the ability of the FISA court operated a time problem we need it the most but after your report I.

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"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"fcm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"fcm" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on KTRH

"Is on TV I for myself fox I'll just I'm I have no idea but I'm telling you if we learn some day the guys still alive just remember that I am so I'm not I won't be surprised if he's not dead that this is some start you do not know you just what the door this guy has on people and the amount of money this guy had access to this is the stuff that Washington and New York operate on have there been any video evidence aside from that one New York Post picture I've ever seen on the stretcher being rolled into the hospital your any video evidence well let's continue shall we Wellington Florida just right outside the road here where by the way FCM Hannah Brando rounded relocation of their here isn't Tom great to have you Sir welcome the EIB network yeah yes it is or how you doing very good I'm a retired police officer had forty one years in this service my last nine years was that the city with the the headquarters is located I met you one time at a traffic traffic accident you were involved in it but I just want to let you know that you know there are people can when they talk about hanging you don't have to be hanging from a lamppost there's a technique that the MMA fighters use I've known some police officers who were good enough that it that they could grab someone by the collar and twisted it cuts off the blood to your brain and you pass out and then they can go into told a larger person hits illegal for the do that now they consider that deadly force because we hold on too long they will eventually pass that means dying for those of you in Rio Linda soul I don't know Robin Williams did this right Robin Williams but he had a belt Robin Williams hung himself on a doorknob seated in a chair right there are instructions on how to do it on the internet if any of you left just would like to try it but in a prison so what do you say your your former corrections on your cop you have expert what when you hear that a guy in a in a fairly tightly controlled federal prison has committed suicide by hanging what is your first reaction to that it's it's obscene it should not happen hitch it shocked me when I heard it I guess Saturday mornings on on fox they could keep el Chapo when they're in he has billions of dollars to pay for the skate but they can't watch this guy if you try to commit suicide three weeks later that's a good point L. chapel was right down the hall no chapel was kept in the same prison and if anybody had the means to get out of there with bribes money promises of lavish whatever it would have been L. chapel correct well it's it's this is one of these things where it seems impossible it seems impossible because everybody ought to be walking out to prevent specifically this he's in this prison for among other reasons to be kept alive and then when we are told what happened everything that this told us adds up to there weren't a whole lot of people really concerned about it you're allowing guards working eighty hour weeks working overtime and under staffed for at the time everything that they're telling us happen here yeah I have to conclude that the priority keeping the guy alive was not a high ranking priority but I'll tell you folks it in all seriousness now in all Sir it's really unfortunate that the most obvious explanation is probably the one that's true incompetence government income that's the sad thing about this and that everybody is so accustomed to joking about it because it's so common infrequent that it's going to be accepted yeah it's just you can investigate this to like cows come home and you have all of the cage free eggs you can eat for the rest of your life and still not got Rush Limbaugh your.

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"fcm" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Remember the first time AT stainless found almost dead on the floor of his cell he had told people somebody tried to kill it remember that that's just three weeks ago somebody tried to kill it three weeks ago no video in the side and the apps the in the cells of wrong we know they're kind of been young girls going in and out of there but there were cameras on the doors there are cameras in the hall ways so if somebody went in there it's known on the last as they do on the cop shows on TV somebody got hold of a raw video an edited it edited the loop and replaces any number of things that we now think are possible because a cop shows on TV I for myself logs I'll just I'm I have no idea but I'm telling you if we learn some day the guy still alive just remember but I have so I'm not I won't be surprised if he's not dead that this is some sort of you do not know you just what the door this guy has on people and the amount of money this guy had access to this is the stuff that Washington and New York operate on have there been any video evidence aside from that one New York Post picture event Steen on the stretcher being rolled into the hospital your any video evidence well let's continue shall we Wellington Florida just right outside the road here where by the way FCM Hannah Brando rounded relocation of their here isn't Tom great to have you Sir welcome to E. I. B. network yeah yes it is or how you doing very good I'm a retired police officer had forty one years in this service my last nine years was that the city with the I. B. headquarters is located I met you one time at a traffic traffic accident you were involved in it I just want to let you know that you're there people can when they talk about hanging you don't have to be hanging from a lamppost there's a technique that the MMA fighters use I've known some police officers who were good enough that it that they could grab someone by the collar and twisted it cuts off the blood to your brain and you pass out and then they can gain control of a larger person hits legal for the do that now they consider that deadly force because we hold on too long they will eventually pass that means diet for those of you in Rio Linda soul you don't know Robin Williams did this right Robin Williams but he had a belt Robin Williams hung himself on a doorknob seated in a chair right there are instructions on how to do it on the internet if any of you left just would like to try it but in a prison so what do you say your your former corrections on your cop you haven't what when you hear that a guy in a in a fairly tightly controlled federal prison has committed suicide by hanging what is your first reaction it it's obsolete it should not happen it it it shocked me when I heard it I guess Saturday mornings call on on fox they could keep el Chapo when they're in he has billions of dollars to pay for an escape but they can't watch this guy if you try to commit suicide three weeks later that's a good point el Chapo was right down the hall no chapel was kept in the same prison and if anybody had the means to get out of there with bribes money promises of lavish whatever it would have been the L. chapel correct well it's it's this is one of these things where it seems impossible it seems impossible because everybody ought to be walking out to prevent specifically this he's in this prison for among other reasons to be kept alive and then when we are told what happened everything that is told us adds up to there weren't a whole lot of people really concerned about it you're allowing guards working eighty hour weeks working overtime and under staffed for at the time everything that they're telling us happened here yeah I have to conclude that the priority keeping the guy alive was not a high ranking priority but I'll tell you folks in in all seriousness now in all Sir it's really unfortunate that the most obvious explanation is probably the one that's true incompetence government income that's the sad thing about this and that everybody is so accustomed to joking about it because it's so common infrequent that it's going to be accepted yeah it's just you can investigate this to like cows come home and you have all of the cage free eggs you can eat for the rest of your life and still not rush Limbaugh's your treasure map to the truth on the EIB network.

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"fcm" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The exchange but remember at scene was indicted as a conspiratorial and there are others known and unknown so the person in the cross hairs next is going to be Ghislaine Maxwell she is someone who was his girlfriend for allegedly for a long time and then allegedly procure the services of young women for Jeffrey FCM steam had been denied bail and faced up to forty five years behind bars on federal sex trafficking and conspiracy charges unsealed last month a man who died in the arms of his son in a mass shooting in Ohio is being remembered as a loving family man who painted houses and loved fishing Cork CBS news correspondent alliances those killed in that attack another in el Paso Texas are being remembered in Dayton Ohio funerals began today for six of the nine victims from last Sunday's mass shooting mourners gathered at churches and funeral homes across Ohio West Virginia and Pennsylvania to more funerals will be held Monday there so no arrangements announced for the ninth victim Megan bats the sister of the shooter twenty three year old Connor climbers under arrest in Las Vegas CBS news correspondent Carter Evans as prosecutors claim he was planning bombings in the area eating cryptid online conversations climb used derogatory racial anti semitic and homophobic slurs spoke of attacking a Las Vegas synagogue making Molotov cocktails and targeting a bar he believe catered to the LGBTQ community on the public forum Quora clinal also embraced white nationalist views so that their massive protests in Moscow reporter Alec loses demonstrators are angry that the Russian government has barred opposition candidates from running for this Moscow city legislature the protests is is is a wider call for justice and fair elections in Russia when the independent candidates were banned from the race just really highlighted for everyone how Russia lacks fair elections how the Kremlin is afraid of allowing people to choose their own representation the US military says an American service member has died during operation alongside Iraqi security personnel in Nineveh province Iraqi forces periodically launch operations in the country's west and northwest border.

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"fcm" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You want to be in attendance China will do anything he says if we don't violate that principle we should be okay China accuses the United States of interfering in both Hong Kong and Taiwan last week it's defense ministry said that if anyone dares move on Taiwan independence China's military quote will be ready to go to war Julie McCarthy NPR news Taipei the district judge ruled last November that a federal ban on female genital mutilation or FGM is unconstitutional and that a Muslim collected for equitable democracy conference last week the issue came up once more when Minnesota representative Ilan Omar was asked to make a statement about the practice she called the question quote appalling as legislators we are constantly being asked to waste our time speaking to issues that other people are not asked to speak to because the assumption exist that we somehow something that is why in Seoul invoice file and he applauded her response but Merriam safety a survivor of FGM told us that representative Omar shouldn't have rejected the question especially since some of the girls in the case were mutilated are from Minnesota this is a missed opportunity because the issue of female genital mutilation if it's often not discussed in public for a so I felt it was really important as a representative of a state were girls were affected by this particular case to use the opportunity as a way to elevate the issue as a survivor it really it was hard for me to sort of on the one hand I empathize to that there are double standards and this it's exhausting to condemn for the sake of condemning but in this particular case it was relevant and it was timely and it actually affected her constituents directly you you've been challenged in worse among a lot of people know you haven't you for being so outspoken right I wrote a piece recently I'm called the double bind that a lot of you know activists across different communities it's not specific to the Muslim community but you know if they were actually kind of fighting against anti Muslim bigotry on the one hand but we're also fighting misogyny within our own communities and so for me it was hard the backlash I got was really you know from folks that are that I consider friends that our allies and and I understood their broader in a sentiment that this is something you know we're dealing with so many other issues you know why do we have to elevate this and it's because it nobody talks about it and the reason you know I spoke out and told my story a few years ago it was hard to do it's not easy you know it to be kind of branded as a survivor of this kind of squeamish topic but it's because if I don't see something my father was the one actually told me you've got to speak up because if you're upset this not being framed or people don't know this that in the other you have to say something and I realized when I started to speak out that many folks you know because some it is politicized as an anti Muslim issue and some groups will hijack your story for their own purpose but it doesn't give the community a free pass to say I'm not gonna work on the issue you know it's really difficult it's hard for survivors to speak out and I think she inadvertently I don't think she intensely did this created an environment that will now silence many survivors are you at all concerned that if if there were to be a federal an individual state laws that would for bed FGM some people would begin to see it as as a religious right I I mean FCM is something that transcends race religion geography class you know up until the nineteenth century it was considered a cure for hysteria and was indigenous to the United States and Europe so this is something that's sort of been part of our history for a long time I feel that what needs to happen is that we need to re frame FGM as an issue that eventually the human rights issue it's it's a form of a systematized child sexual abuse with a sharp object it's terrible and I think that's what needs to happen is that this this particular issue needs to be framed under human rights in child protection when we think of FGM we think of far away you know sort of place maybe in a village somewhere in sub Saharan Africa but no it's happening right here across different communities recent immigrants and those that have been here for generations there's very low literacy on this issue people have many ideas of what FGM is where it happens why it happens and we need to speak and say that this is happening and it really is a crisis Merriam safety.

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"fcm" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Against FCM because that's the issue FGM is female genital mutilation which is popular not only among Muslims but many people in third world as well but also in in Muslims and particularly Minnesota where there's a lot of people for small and because that's the issue in Detroit it would be really powerful is the tourism Congress yourself and make a statement on this issue thanks your second question is an appalling question because I I always feel like there are bills that we vote on and we sponsor many statements we put out and then we're in in a panel like this and the question is posed could you and wish you to do this and it's a should I make a schedule like this this need to be on repeat every five minutes should I be like so today I forgot to condemn okay yeah so he was the okay the one today I forgot to condemn the GM so here you go you for west waiting question it comes up you can look at my record I voted for girl's doing exactly what you asking me to do I have put out statements upon statements there is a in in Congress there's a resolution that I am because of that I voted out of and so I am I think quite discussed it really to be honest that legislators we are constantly being two issues other people are not to speak to because the option exists that we somehow there is an assumption I want to make sure that the next time someone is in an idea and he's looking at me and the sheet and I bill and sat as the proper questions that they will probably ask any contracts something that is is it over.

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"fcm" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fcm" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A radio with him secretary of state Mike Pompeii always forming a bipartisan commission on international human rights commission is composed of human rights expert what's the prison activist Republicans Democrats and independents a very backgrounds and believe will provide me with advice on human rights speaking at the state department on Monday Pompey says the bipartisan panel will review America's human rights role in foreign policy billionaire financier Jeffrey obscene is facing sex trafficking charges according to an indictment unsealed this morning in New York FCM is accused of sexually assaulting dozens of girls in New York and Florida for more than a decade and a half ago at his homes in the two states he allegedly paid the girls for sex and would pay them more if they recruited their friends at the scene is a registered sex offender who only serve thirteen months in prison for trafficking underage girls back in two thousand seven and you're listening to USA radio news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time when I wasn't taken of them I was waiting for my operation I was feeling very tired not all I'm driving like eleven twelve hours a day I told you I manage fifteen gas stations out I have so much energy I even gave some of my pills for my son and he said that this is good sol I like your mom gave us all fast distract amazing my family the social price because my ones like close enough and doing so good so that is working not that I'm stock picking.

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