39 Burst results for "Fedex."

Caller: Pray for the FedEx Driver

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 17 hrs ago

Caller: Pray for the FedEx Driver

"I was just, I thought about this for many years, and I'm pretty old. And there's just started so called in the Garden of Eden. And we released evil on ourselves. And some people just can't seem to overcome it and I'm sad about that and this little girl has seen us. Oh, it's heartbreaking. It's awful. It's heartbreaking. But I wrote an article saying that he wanted this man to go to hell and suffer and never be given a chance with the end of the article as a Christian. He forgave that man. No, I know. It's hard to do, but I think it's something that's Christians we gotta pray for this horrible person and he should suffer whatever civil penalties there are. You bet. He said doesn't really change. You still suffer the consequences. You're right.

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Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"And I promise you guys, if you stand up with me just one more day, I'll stand up for you for the next 6 years. Republican challenger Herschel Walker continued his evict Warnock bus tour. Now we're working on turnout turnout turnout. Walker needs big turnout to win. In Texas, the community of Paradise is mourning 7 year old Athena strand whose body was found two days after she was reported missing. CBS Omar via franca tells us a FedEx driver is in custody. I think his grandfather posted a statement on Facebook for giving Horner, saying in part, I want 5 minutes alone in a cell with the psycho that took our Athena away from us. But there's a soft, gentle voice in the back of my head telling me I need to forgive him. Ukraine's working to restore power after getting hit by another round of Russian missiles. Jackie Leonard with the BBC. There have been electricity blackouts in parts of Ukraine after Russia fired a new barrage of missiles, the worst cancer in the eastern south, the city of Odessa was left without any electricity. Ukraine says nearly half of its energy system is now down as it enters a peak frost period

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Jonathan Gilliam: Did the FedEx Driver Target the 7-Year-Old Girl?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 17 hrs ago

Jonathan Gilliam: Did the FedEx Driver Target the 7-Year-Old Girl?

"On Fox News channel, Eric Shawn, interviewed former FBI special agent Jonathan Gilliam, talking about the murder of this little beautiful girl in Boyd, Texas. Listen to this exchange that maybe shed some light on why these acts of evil or at least how it occurs anyway. When they hear the little Athena down the block, you know, suddenly missing, as she comes home from school, is with her stepmother, her stepmother's making dinner and she at some point, perhaps went outside of the front yard, where she had an interaction with this FedEx driver. Do we know, you know, any information about that details on that and why this time went by before the stepmother realized that little girl was gone. I saw one report and I didn't see it again that they had had a little bit of an argument, you know, her in the 7 year old. And so she left out of the house. Now that happens every day all day around the country in the world. And unfortunately, this predator was outside waiting. I would suspect when they look into this. So one of two things probably happened that the FedEx driver drove by and saw her and took a target of opportunity or he was there earlier or around that area before and picked up on this young girl. So there's a possibility that that occurred, I think we've seen that in the past with these types of predators. And interestingly enough, when I was looking at the FedEx page a minute ago about what it takes to become a contractor there, there are some things that they have some hoops they have to jump through. But one of the things that surprised me is that if you have a felony or any other record or you're on probation or have been on parole, they're okay with that as long as it's been a year since those things passed.

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Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Now, let's talk about Tom's great piece. Let's do it. Have you seen the gift of Christmas at rest? Not in person, but you know what? I'm kicking myself for not getting there this year. I'm going to go in 2023. You need to make sure to Lisa and I on the various permutations of family members have made it probably 5 or 6 total times. I'll never forget the first time I went probably ten or 12 years ago. It's Jack Graham's place out there in Plano. It is simply one of the most remarkable and amazing things you will ever see, is it ornate? Yes. Is it an amazing production? Yes. Does it take a ton of money to do it? Yes. Will you see a live camel and nearly a cast of nearly thousands, absolutely absolutely absolutely. And it will bring the Christmas message to you to your eyes, your ears, your heart, like maybe nothing else. It is simply an amazing way to bring the message of Christ to people, and these weasels, and I've written for these people at times and I, there are people in that building I love, there are people in that building I don't. At the Dallas morning news have savaged it, have suggested that there's something there's a disconnect. There's something bad about something this ornate about a church spending this much money. They really ought to be doing this. They're going to be giving it to the poor or something. As if the church doesn't do anything for underprivileged. Well, wait a minute. Don't they charge admission to go do so go see it? Of course they do in an 8 and cheap. I mean, it's so reasonable for what you get exactly exactly. You know what the Radio City Music Hall Christmas spectacular tickets are costing me? About 500 a piece, boom, for these seats. Nobody's. And by the way, huge nativity scene live, remember the whole live nativity with the animals on stage. They literally celebrate the birth of Christ. Even here in New York City. It's not a secular cleansed no Christmas. No right to the subject. You bet they do. And I don't hear anybody. Dallas morning news ain't whining about the Radio City Christmas music spectacular. Are you kidding me, Mark? Seriously, what is wrong with people that are they so vapid and miserable in their lives that this is what they go after? Yes, the devout people immersing themselves in the reason for the season, the Christ in Christmas in one of the most magnificent things, any human being can do. I mean, tickets have been sold out forever. There may be a secondary market right now for gift of Christmas at Preston wouldn't play go. It is life-changing. It is magnificent. And for them to give it the back of their hand, reflects on what low features these people are. And now I'm not comparing the critics that the Dallas morning news or any of these online trolls or any of these publications as being the murders of 6 year old kids. But I'm going to say something about your monologue that has gotten me just in a mess. The death of the murder of this child that you've been talking about today, this little beautiful Athena. Athena strand. And playing outside her yard. Because she had an argument with her stepmother and she left the house, the mother didn't know it. She's out there apparently the FedEx driver confessed to the crime. He had a delivery at her house. It's not like somebody Roman a neighborhood looking for kids. He had a delivery at the house and what sees her and goes well. Here's a kid I can abduct. I don't know. And you know something you said something that really stuck with me because I'm obsessed with the why. I'm really lately, this is not the first time. Look at this awful murder. These murders in Idaho and but little children snatched up like this, the two kids that were murdered, the little girl caught the murderer thank goodness on tape. It took them years to get. It was like three or four years before they caught the guy a couple weeks ago, apparently they've arrested him, but same thing. He abducted these two little girls, walking along the railroad tracks, murdered them, this guy, this beautiful little angel takes her, murders her. The authorities said he confessed. What does he say? I see a little child, and I just had urges to murder. I am, I know you're right when you say the why is almost incidental. It's almost like evil is evil, but seriously, what the guy's a FedEx driver. You have the guy was a CVS technician. I mean, who it was revealed offered to print the photos of the dead girls for free for the grieving family members. I mean, these are people walking among us. These are not just like crazy people screaming at the mountains..

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Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 18 hrs ago

Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl

"A FedEx driver has confessed to abducting and killing this beautiful little 7 year old girl, Athena strand, after he delivered a package to the girl's home. Police found the little girl's body, southeast of Boyd, Texas, where she lived. The driver, a 31 year old, named Tanner Lynn Horner, is sitting in jail right now, being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping, he has apparently admitted to the crime. He's confessed. Now, I'm not going to compare the abduction and murder of a little 7 year old child. To those who are complaining about a Christmas production at a church in north Texas. I know, I know it's not the same thing. I'm not comparing them. But in a way, aren't they sort of similar stories? There's so much evil. Isn't it, I mean, obviously it's an unspeakable evil to target a child like this, and I have to admit, I obsess over why these things happen. 31 year old guy, he's a FedEx delivery guy. How many people in Texas probably encountered him in a normal day to today interaction? Oh, here's your president. Here's your package, mister Smith. Oh, thanks, young man. And now he's in jail. Having confessed apparently to seeing a little 7 year old child playing in the street, abducting her and murdering her.

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Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Why does, why does evil exist? Why is wickedness? Why does it happen? How does it happen? Well, maybe with some answers over the weekend on Fox News channel, Eric Shawn, interviewed former FBI special agent Jonathan Gilliam, talking about the murder of this little beautiful girl in Boyd, Texas. Listen to this exchange that maybe shed some light on why these acts of evil or at least how it occurs anyway. When they hear the little Athena down the block, you know, suddenly missing, as she comes home from school, is with her stepmother, her stepmother's making dinner and she at some point, perhaps went outside of the front yard, where she had an interaction with this FedEx driver. Do we know, you know, any information about that details on that and why this time went by before the stepmother realized that little girl was gone. I saw one report and I didn't see it again that they had had a little bit of an argument, you know, her in the 7 year old. And so she left out of the house. Now that happens every day all day around the country in the world. And unfortunately, this predator was outside waiting. I would suspect when they look into this. So one of two things probably happened that the FedEx driver drove by and saw her and took a target of opportunity or he was there earlier or around that area before and picked up on this young girl. So there's a possibility that that occurred, I think we've seen that in the past with these types of predators. And interestingly enough, when I was looking at the FedEx page a minute ago about what it takes to become a contractor there, there are some things that they have some hoops they have to jump through. But one of the things that surprised me is that if you have a felony or any other record or you're on probation or have been on parole, they're okay with that as long as it's been a year since those things passed. Now that's very interesting to me because in this country, if you've done something in your fellow, you probably have a record of doing things and as we see with this alleged report from this other individual, this person had a history potentially of and most likely of doing these violent things. A lot of insight from that former FBI agent, if the death penalty exists in Texas and it does, and this guy doesn't get the death penalty, nobody should. Nobody should. Robertson Charlotte, North Carolina. Hi, Robert. You're on the relief factor dot com studios. How are you doing? Yes, fine. Good. What's up? Well, I'm 80 years old. I asked for a night here in the morning cold. And I was told that I don't know why to take care of crime like that. Execution. They don't come back and do it again. No kidding. I mean, again, that's my point. I mean, if you can't, if this doesn't lead to the death penalty, who would get the death penalty, I appreciate it so much, sir. Thanks for listening. Nancy and San Antonio. Hi, Nancy. Hey. Hey. I was. I was just, I thought about this for many years, and I'm pretty old. And there's just started so called in the Garden of Eden. And we released evil on ourselves. And some people just can't seem to overcome it and I'm sad about that and this little girl has seen us. Oh, it's heartbreaking. It's awful. It's heartbreaking. But I wrote an article saying that he wanted this man to go to hell and suffer and never be given a chance with the end of the article as a Christian. He forgave that man. No, I know. It's hard to do, but I think it's something that's Christians we gotta pray for this horrible person and he should suffer whatever civil penalties there are. You bet. He said doesn't really change. You still suffer the consequences. You're right. You're right. And there was also, look at the victim's families of that awful massacre in Charleston, South Carolina, the mother Emanuel church, that awful awful horrid white murderer of all those black victims in that church because he hated black people, and those families forgave him. It was one of the biggest examples of God's love and grace and mercy. We've ever seen. There's a lot of good in the world. Don't forget that. Remember that and you can help spread that love and that joy. It's Christmas time and it can be a lot of people suffering and hurting at Christmas time this year. I'm thinking about people who've lost loved ones over the season this year and how hard Christmas is going to be. Pray for them. Keep them in your hearts. Prayer wins..

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'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

"The car coach, Lauren fix. Welcome back to America first. Well, thanks for having me. Lots going on and I'm really, really excited. I was able to get you some safe breaks put on your vehicle. 'cause those drum brakes. Yeah, a little bit spongy. And when it's raining, not so exciting. So I've got disc brakes all round. There is my baby, there is my 66 Mustang. I've got the 2020 as one, a 2020 as well for the everyday stuff. And the new steering wheel, thank you for the recommendations and your contact. Last thing, and I'm not going to touch it, some period correct rims. And then maybe some AC, I might put some AC in because it gets a little hot and sticky here in the swamp. All right. Enough about me and my pony, although I do need people to go to my website and tell me a name. I need a name and not Sally. Okay, I'm not doing the stupid Mustang Sally. I need a female name, go to said gorka dot com and send me a little message that said gorka dot com. All right, you've been sending me some fascinating stuff. First things first, it's not cars. Right now he's allegedly negotiating. But what is the impact going to be if we have a rail strike Lauren in America? Oh, it's going to be huge. Now I know everyone's talking about what you're literally looking at billions of dollars of losses. Because everything goes cars get transported from the manufacturing plant. To the sub area where it then goes to your dealer. So that means good luck getting cars. We can't get them now. That means all the components, tires, metal, just think of everything that you need gets from point a to point B from the West Coast to the east coast, usually by rail, then it's transported to a diesel powered rig and then from there to the final destination in the last mile to your store or to wherever you're going. And that includes like Amazon packages, U.S. Postal Service, FedEx. That new planes, but they also use rail. And without rail, we're in a lot of trouble. And we've been using it for years, plus passengers, Amtrak, which is owned by the government as well. They can't seem to organize the postal service or Amtrak. But the fact is without diesel and there's a shortage of diesel and without the railroad system we have a supply chain that nightmare.

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Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fedex." discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"In the heart of the Christmas season and see it. Because there's a lot of light in the darkness. There's a lot of goodness in the world. A FedEx driver has confessed to abducting and killing this beautiful little 7 year old girl, Athena strand, after he delivered a package to the girl's home. Police found the little girl's body, southeast of Boyd, Texas, where she lived. The driver, a 31 year old, named Tanner Lynn Horner, is sitting in jail right now, being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping, he has apparently admitted to the crime. He's confessed. Now, I'm not going to compare the abduction and murder of a little 7 year old child. To those who are complaining about a Christmas production at a church in north Texas. I know, I know it's not the same thing. I'm not comparing them. But in a way, aren't they sort of similar stories? There's so much evil. Isn't it, I mean, obviously it's an unspeakable evil to target a child like this, and I have to admit, I obsess over why these things happen. 31 year old guy, he's a FedEx delivery guy. How many people in Texas probably encountered him in a normal day to today interaction? Oh, here's your president. Here's your package, mister Smith. Oh, thanks, young man. And now he's in jail. Having confessed apparently to seeing a little 7 year old child playing in the street, abducting her and murdering her. And I get obsessed over what causes people to do these things. It's a stupid exercise on my part. My friend Mark Davis in Texas said, Mike, don't bother. You can't waste time on that. He's right in a way. But on the other hand, don't you find it. Maddening as to why a grown man would do such an evil act to a child? I mean, you think about murders every day and people who are robbed in a convenience store and shot and killed or a crime of passion and I mean, I'm not excusing any of this, but you can understand it. Your mind can at least understand some of these heinous crimes. Do you understand this? Do you understand what makes a man who's a FedEx driver? This guy was functioning in society. With a respectable job, interacting with countless people every day, and one day he decides, oh, I'm going to go murder that little 7 year old girl. She's alone. Near her house, I'm going to snatch her up and kill her. Help me understand. I want you to psychoanalyze this process. I'm going through. One 806 5 5 mic. Tell me, tell me why you think these things happen. Why you think a human being is capable or is motivated to do such a thing to a child? And tell me what you think about the critics of a big Christmas production, people who criticize Christmas, people who criticize joy. My friend Tom tratt wrote a terrific article at town hall dot com about lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness. He writes about this Preston wood baptist church controversy. You might want to read it. We have it posted at Mike online dot com. But in the meantime, help me let's dive into these unspeakable acts. I mean, they just arrested the guy a couple of weeks ago that allegedly murdered the two little girls walking along the railroad tracks. He sees two little girls and says, let me go murder these girls? What sparks this in people? Or do you think it's a waste of time to even wonder about it?.

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"fedex." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"fedex." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"FedEx and its big earnings miss and the way as we've been reporting FedEx polled its outlook for the year because of worsening business conditions, a lot of interest in what's happening in the parcel delivery business right now. So here's DHL's Pearson with Bloomberg's francine LaCroix and Tom Mackenzie. Releasing the global trade Atlas for the very first time in conjunction with our decade long study in the level of global connectedness. And the summary of the global trade Atlas is that there is more faster, broader and changing. And I just talked to that for a couple of minutes there. There's more trade than there was pre-pandemic. The trade this year and next year is forecasts to grow faster than pre-pandemic levels. The broadness talks to the nature of emerging economies and how they're getting a bigger slice of the pie. And the changing is the one I'm particularly interested in is the fact that the emerging economies story is now firmly built on quality and not just necessarily quantity that it might have been a decade ago. They're taking the benefits of connecting us, but taking the benefits of innovation, they're taking the benefits of digitalization, putting into the pot and making very precise and high-tech and innovative equipment that they're then exporting to the rest of the world. And the catalyst and the accelerant of all that and it comes quite clearly through the study as ecommerce, which is now into its sort of 7th or 8th year of quite stratosphere. It was precipitated by the pandemic. When you look at the supply chains in Europe, because of these higher energy costs because of rationing in Germany, but also other countries. Are you going to see some of this components that maybe used to be bought in Europe, move elsewhere? So this is it for further pressure on these supply chains. I think that the supply chain supply chains have been built up on efficiency and economics. There's a little bit of some diversity required in those supply chains in terms of some clear evidence of China plus one and China plus two. And I think the nature of people's supply chains is dictated to a little bit by some of those rising costs, but the one of the other things that the study absolutely confirmed and the global connectedness did the same is that the nature of long distance trade, the kilometers of distance transverse by trade is basically 5000 or 5000 plus kilometers, which it was a decade ago. So that great sort of east west trade route is still very much in place. And that delivers upon the requirements of efficiency and economics, which is what companies want to take their products to market at the most marketable cost despite any levels of inflation caused by fuel energy or anything else. John, you touched on ecommerce and the growth of that part of the business, particularly when it comes to DHL. I'm just thinking there's a couple of big events coming up shopping events, a lot of that will be done online, of course, whether it's Christmas or Chinese New Year or Black Friday. To what extent is the logistics business prepared for that is logistics, the logistics industry, is it over the struggles and the strains that we saw during the pandemic? Yeah, so I think that's a great question. You know, what is peak season going to be look like? And our people are ready for it. We've spent the last two and a half years finding more aviation assets that we could put into our network. In fact, we've added 80 or 90 new aircraft into our fleet since the last two years. And we've needed every single one of them. Capacity capacity capacity. That gives lift that gives quality and that allows us to be prepared for peak season. There is always a hockey stick for peak season, which is divided by October 1 for DHL express the elevation of the hockey stick this year is completely unknown and whether consumers start buying again rather than browsing. But what I can tell you is that every single merchant has started trading with us during the pandemic when we had that three years of growth in three months is still with us trading at much lower levels. So the sort of nascent customers are ready to uptick again. But what the peak season really is like we don't know. So how worried are you about inflation and actually does it mean that people will go to stores instead of shipping or that also some of your customers will have to go bust? No, I think global trade, you know, and the demand is proven to be very resilient, you know, from our point of view, it puts pressure on the supply chain, fuel cost, which we have a natural mechanism of recovering that in terms of our fuel search index does put pressure on shipping. But people have moved over to express transportation for reliability of movement for consistency of service quality. And for most of all, consistency of pricing in that our customers only hear from us once a year in January and then the prices are very stable and structured for the balance of the year and they appreciate that in their planning very much. And that was John Pearson, the CEO of DHL worldwide, with Bloomberg's francine LaCroix and Tom Mackenzie. And coming up, how much inflation is

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Stocks tumble as FedEx profit warning spooks investors

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Stocks tumble as FedEx profit warning spooks investors

"Wall Street fell Friday as a FedEx warning added to market jitters I Norman hall Stocks filled broadly on Wall Street leaving the market with another week of sizable losses that decline came after a stark warning from FedEx about rapidly worsening trends in the economy gave investors more to worry about The S&P fell 7 tenths of a percent the NASDAQ lost almost 1% and the down lost almost a half percent FedEx had its biggest loss on record after saying a sharp drop off in its business had

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Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

"Move on here the daily water this guy fetterman If he gets elected to the Senate then an orange juice can get elected to the Senate I'm not kidding Fetterman mocked Doctor Oz for owning ten properties Turns out federman owns 8 properties but didn't disclose them By Ben Z slough Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate nominee John fetterman didn't mention his 8 properties on federal financial disclosures Even though he has repeatedly mocked Republican rival doctor mehmet Oz for owning multiple real estate holdings according to a Tuesday release from the foundation for accountability and civic trust Candidates are required to submit a financial statement that provides a full and complete statement of their assets debts and income as well as any position help For any assets candidates must report the complete identity and category of value of any interest in property with a fair market value exceeding a $1000 as of the close of the reporting period The group determined from county court records federman owns 8 properties in Braddock Pennsylvania We served as mayor from O 6 to 2019 None of the properties appeared on its disclosure documents None of them Though many of the properties were to combine $108,000 or empty lots worth between ten and 20,000 One of the holdings was a building structure worth about 40,000 according to the report from the daily mail These properties don't produce any income They're not investment properties So John didn't need to disclose them His spokesman said but it's not true Here's all these properties should have been disclosed from mister FedEx personal finances Said the executive director of the foundation for accountability and civic trust Kendra Arnold

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McIlroy storms from 6 back to win FedEx Cup and $18 million

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

McIlroy storms from 6 back to win FedEx Cup and $18 million

"Rory McIlroy has come from 6 shots behind a post a dramatic one shot victory at the tour championship his season ending win secured him a record $18 million prize purse and put his name on the season finale trophy for the third time Incredible day incredible week four over three two holes ten shots out of the lead at that point to claw my way back and end up winning the winning the tournament Incredible The 33 year old Irish man posted a final round 66 to finish a 21 under one clear of Scotty scheffler who fell back into a tie for second with a Korean sunjay M I'm Graham agar

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You Don't Spend Other People's Money

The Officer Tatum Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

You Don't Spend Other People's Money

"So back in the day, I started a I used to work for a FedEx. I worked there as a manager and then I just got tired of the hustle and bustle. I decided to start a business at one point I started a janitorial business later on. I added on I started a landscape business and I can remember having one client and landscape business when I first, I mean, this was a long time ago. And this guy was really nice. He was a black gentleman and Christian gentleman. Nice guy. The pig was pretty good. And I can recall doing certain projects for him. My brother and I at the time, my brother worked with me at the time and we were doing some project work for him. And I can remember, I took liberty because of things that he had said, he wanted. I took liberty and going the extra mile. Patting myself on the back, but this was gonna cost him a little bit more. Not much more, but a little bit more. Now I remember him, I was the eager to see his reaction because, I mean, this thing just looked phenomenal. It was a bomb, all this kind of stuff. I did some landscape design, install all this kind of stuff, right? And so I'm thinking, hey man, this guy is going to love this. It didn't really cost a much. He had no problems, doling out the money before. And then I remember his reaction. He came and he looked at it and, you know, he thought it looked nice, but in then his response was, hey man, let me share this with you. Just as this was an older guy speaking to a younger buck at the time. Still went behind the ears. And he said, you know, don't spend other people's money. Don't spend other people's money. This is something that I probably would have gone with down the line, but not right now, because it's not what I budget it for, so don't spend other people's money. Remember that. Never spend other people's money.

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The Nasty Sting in Nike's Sponsorship Bonuses

Fore The People

01:04 min | 3 months ago

The Nasty Sting in Nike's Sponsorship Bonuses

"This is a fun fact about Nike that I had no idea about until a couple of years ago. Yeah, their bonuses are massive. Huge, best, best. Rest of apparel company and all the PGA Tour, but if you backtrack, say you're say your bonus for the years, a $1 million if you finish inside the top 50, all right? In the world. And you go to like 75 for each spot that you lose, you have to pay it back. Really? I don't believe that. That's true. It's true. I was told that by an Asian. By actually my old agent, told me that. So isn't that crazy? They're the only people that do that. So that's why they pay so much money is because if you backtrack, you owe it back to them. Not the whole thing, but a percentage. Of your big bonus, you owe it back to them. So it's kind of keeps those guys honest to a point. But yeah, I mean, you can obviously if you play well, you're gonna kick ass and make a shitload of money. So you don't worry about it, but if you backtrack, you pay back.

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Explaining How the PGA Tour Playoff Retirement Funds Work

Fore The People

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Explaining How the PGA Tour Playoff Retirement Funds Work

"The way that I think what most people don't understand, now it's different, but when I was playing, when you made the PGA Tour playoffs, you, if you finished topple in 25, no, it was actually top one 50. If you finished top one 50, you got a cash notice and you could elect to have it in cash or you could have it elected to your retirement. And that was 7 years ago. But 7 years ago, I finished like a hundredth in the FedExCup, I don't remember. 95th or a hundred, whatever. And I elected to have it all in the retirement. And I didn't even know what the bonus prize money would be from FedEx and their Saudi guys, but it was like a $100,000. And I didn't I never saw it, but now that I'm done and you have to give the PGA Tour a year. So you have to give the PGA Tour a year from when you're done, then the next time the calendar year rolls around, you get your everything, they just pay out everything to you. It doesn't matter if you're 25, 55, whatever. So I told them last year, I was like, hey, look, I'm done, I'm not playing anymore. Send me my shit next year. So that was 7 years ago. That was the only time I made the playoffs. They're sending me like $300,000. I don't even know. It was added on. So, well shit. FedExCup. Yeah, so credit to the FedEx and their Saudi ties for having all that money in the FedExCup. But my point of this is these guys that make it to this tour championship. Yeah, sure. You look at the cash that they're going to make this huge, but what's not shown is the retirement money, dude. The retirement money is huge if you make it to the tour championship. I mean, even if you just make it to the playoffs, period, but I felt like we had to cover that because that's something that the normal golf fan, the people that are listening to for the people in a weekly basis just don't know.

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Cam Smith Takes a Week Off After Day-After Penalty LIV Punishment

Fore The People

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Cam Smith Takes a Week Off After Day-After Penalty LIV Punishment

"I think that I think cave Smith has already gone to live for one. I think the whole two shot penalty called in after the fact, 24 hours later, you know, most 99% of the guys at the PGA Tour, they let that slide, but because it was him and he's going, they called it on him. For sure. I mean, yeah, he probably did play it from the wrong spot, but golf's a gentleman's game, right? You don't always have perfect ruling, you don't always have black and white rules. There's a lot of gray area in some of these deals. And I've gotten away with some like you've gotten away with some of these rulings, you call for a different rules official sometimes because you don't like their opinion. That happens all the time. So there's no black and white, but anyway, I believe he's gone period, but for him to skip a week. It's just strange with back pain or whatever, then Willie Z pulls out after winning with back pain and pulled out of a tournament ever. With any pain, so it's just a bizarre bizarre week.

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JJ & JP Discuss Sam Bennett's US Amateur Win

Fore The People

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

JJ & JP Discuss Sam Bennett's US Amateur Win

"Same bit was the U.S. ambassador in the history of the world. Probably the cocky ist college player we've ever seen. I love that about them, though. I love that. That's why he's good, but what do you make of the week of golf that we got? No, Sam, first of all, let me just say we love Sam Ben and I remember when you were you did your loop at San Antonio I think you got a sponsor exemption and he was there and we obviously both MC hammer and he was deleting beers with his voice. So he's FTP guy. Here's my whole deal, dude. Like I know that it took a hot second for him on a few shots, but I've never been in a USM final. I want a couple matches one year and it was pretty nerve wracking. I couldn't imagine I couldn't imagine the pressure, right? So it's like, as a fan, I get why guys are upset or when everybody do, these kids are like 20, 21, 22. That's pretty cool shit.

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Will Zalatoris gets 1st PGA Tour win in playoff at Memphis

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Will Zalatoris gets 1st PGA Tour win in playoff at Memphis

"Well deleterious has finally broken through to his first PGA Tour win closing out a three hole sudden death playoff against abstract at the FedEx saint Jude championship Considering all the close finishes that I've had this year to finally pull it off is it means a lot The 25 year old secured the win with a bogey at the third extra hole both players having to go to a drop zone after poor tee shots the wind kept the season of near misses for zalatoris who's been runner up three times including at the PGA and U.S. open championships I'm Graham hagers

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Box Office: ‘DC League of Super-Pets’ Debuts in First Place With Soft $23 Million

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Box Office: ‘DC League of Super-Pets’ Debuts in First Place With Soft $23 Million

"D.C. league of super pets tops the box office for the weekend I'm marching a letter with the latest What is new with you fellow normal dog I bit the FedEx guy the other day The film D.C. league of super pets which is about Superman's dog earned $23 million in its opening weekend in North America making it the number one box office draw this week It knocks the movie nope down to second which earns an additional $18.6 million after its debut last weekend Thor: Love and Thunder takes third followed by minions the rise of gru Top Gun: Maverick is in 5th place

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Heather Wilson, Co-Founder of Give Send Go, Describes Her Company

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Heather Wilson, Co-Founder of Give Send Go, Describes Her Company

"Need to know that this kind of crowdfunding thing GoFundMe a few years ago got popular and you'd put something up on there on GoFundMe and people could raise money. And pretty quickly, we discovered that GoFundMe was woke, like a lot of these corporations, they either have no values or they have values that are antithetical to the values of most Americans that I know. And so they begin canceling people. They begin taking sides rather than being a neutral platform to raise money. They begin, it's kind of like a FedEx, said, we're not going to send your package because we don't like you. And you think, wait a second. It's just your job to send packages. Like you're not supposed to wait. So when GoFundMe started going woke and started canceling people that I think of as heroes, I said, this is a nightmare. This is a terrible thing. Then give send go steps up to the plate and you are doing an amazing job. But talk about how this happened. I mean, how do you create, give send go? What made you think about this? So I had seen GoFundMe becoming a thing, and it was actually a really cool thing to watch people to be able to come together, give money and see causes and people helped. And we thought as a Christian family, wow, what if we were to, that's what the church should be doing first off is helping people. And if we all work together, we know we can make a bigger impact. What if we were to create a platform that does the same thing as GoFundMe, which is allow people to come together, give money to solve a need. But as Christians, we understand that money doesn't solve all those needs. It's definitely helpful. It meets the material needs, but we know that there's a hope that's bigger than when people are raising funds. A lot of times it's for a hopeless situation and they're feeling alone and devastated, maybe a cancer diagnosis or a lost child who died in the car accident. Some pretty heavy things. And we fed thought, what if we had a platform that we shared hope with people as they fundraise and

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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"fedex." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"fedex." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The ER DON LLP dot com Verdon accountants and advisers We listen We solve We do This is a Bloomberg money minute The FedEx trucks you see on the road are getting a safety upgrade The shippers 5500 contractors are each getting a $1500 incentive to get cameras and more added to their vehicles It's encouraging its contractors to adopt new technology on their delivery van backup cameras and some sonar technology that warn drivers when they're going to hit something Bloomberg's Tom black reports the outlay by FedEx could prove to be a worthwhile investment particularly if it could reduce accident related costs It is a cost up front a $100 million It's for FedEx It's not something that's going to break them but it's not small either And the impact could be big FedEx ground contractors operate about 72,000 vehicles and the company is also considering a training program for a contractor's drivers in lieu of a requirement each one have at least one year of experience within the last three ELISA parenti Bloomberg radio How are financial services firms managing in this new reality Claire Santo niello managing director at BNY Mellon's Pershing explains If the current times have taught us anything it's a critical role that technology plays in client relationships Global conditions have created a business imperative for firms to digitally transform the way they meet client needs and the way they work Pershing's industry leading technology enables you to adapt to the evolving ways your clients want to do.

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"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Epsn nineteen percent. I had a massive loss a year ago and far ahead of analysts estimates of minus thirteen percent overall success in the women's business the kids the freestyle which is which is what they now call direct by business which allows you to directly by through through stitch fix is a website versus having to get it Having worked with a stylist and international were some of the big areas of winning this corner and the churn remains really near lows so overall wrap that all in and you can see why people are excited. Our investors are excited to to to perhaps by the stock today. And as you mentioned it does have that high short interest so you probably have people trying to cover that short. It seems like stitch fix. As i said they do this a couple times a year and the challenge for them among others is that they really don't they haven't proven to this point that they can do this on a consistent basis type of the sustained profitability and this is wouldn't say it's a mature company but it's not as young as it used to be and i sort of feel like it's reasonable to expect at least in twenty twenty two. If stitch picks is going to really establish itself. They gotta start doing this on a regular basis well and they have new leadership in katrina. Lake step stepped away from the ceo role in the of the new ceo in. I think that's going to bring a little bit of of life to stitch fix. She talked about how free style again that direct by part of the business was really up more than doubled during the fiscal year of of twenty. Twenty one she talked about how over the last eighteen months. I've just seen this shift. Where they're the footwear. And apparel business overall was that market was about a quarter twenty five percent of that so with john online and now that's closer to forty percent so the market is definitely moved online. No surprise i think we all we all know that but they are seen to these little pockets of wins the key rates those who keep who keep things that they order as opposed sending them back. Those are near all time highs. Char churn near all time lows. The.

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"fedex." Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on The Drill Down

"So that's probably not the right comparable We do we are You know we. We didn't buy in advance of supply chain to some extent We also increasing selection as elizabeth said. And we're gonna continue to increase that selection going forward and looking for the rest of the year You know we probably won't be back to historical turns that we normally would see and that's again because we're very focused on increasing the selection for free style That being said. I think by the time you know in the back half of the year. We're targeting more. That fortifies to five i'm turns basis but again it's very dependent on this election. We bring in. So i'm gonna keep an eye on this one Some this might be the only time in history that having a lot of inventory was really good for business. Because you just can't get product to sell as the only time history the only time lately because of the problems shipping in the world. But we'll see asian extra down. Fedex once notice federal express fans trades under fda x. shares fell nine percent today and they've declined five percent over the past twelve years to bump sorry twelve months Declined file center over the past. Twelve months right. yeah. I mean the last year has felt like twelve years But yeah five percent decline in a year for fedex What's what's going on here. So they reported quarterly numbers And the numbers were you know pretty good. I mean you know the very strong demand very strong pricing conditions for them. A really good has been a longtime revenue a twenty two billion dollars fourteen percent. You think that'd be a really good thing this company but their prophets fell amuse operating income because a lot of Weird things come in their income statement below that but operating income fell from one point six billion a year ago to one point. Five billion this time around And they're already margins of course obviously declined from eight point two percent of six point eight percent so operating margins more revenue and yet prophets falling substantially and. They just didn't do a great job. Managing inflation in their business and There other costs with not just labor but they had a nine percent cost growth. If you if you take out labor cost. That was worrisome. Not least because they're going into their big season when they've got to hire a lot of people now. They think that they will be able to hire all of the people that they need. Ninety thousand people in the fourth quarter in the fourth calendar quarter Because that's what they need to get through the holidays even though every company is telling us it's hard to forget raising pay. Yeah you gotta raise pay but just getting. The people is really hard. Ninety thousand people were all in the. Us is that across the globe I think it's everywhere but regardless that's a lot of people to hire conditions are very hard. Yeah that's a taller saying it's not just expensive but you just can't find the people to do that..

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"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Why the products rub a little bit less than the services where we're actually down so really the subscription business looking at the all the products that adobe is offering you look at the creative cloud their document cloud business which which is designed around like like sign edges and and helping their clients being able to to continue to offer like like docu sign. Kind of businesses are solutions. That was really impressive. Up thirty one percent year year almost five hundred million dollars. They're they're they're science. Traction continues to grow with people using this system so we need to be able to sign documents. You can do it right in the document cloud. If you're if you're a subscriber to document cloud as an adobe an adobe client so overhaul you just look at this business i mean. It's a three hundred billion dollars. Business they have. They have plenty of cash not very much debt. Gross margins almost ninety percent chris operating margins above thirty five percent. You have a stock that makes a lot of money. They buy back a lot of stock from using their free cash flow the generate to be able to lower the share count which drives a lot of the earnings per share growth in overall twenty percent. Kind of top line growth more than twenty percent probably on the inside long-term continues to be very attractive and very well positioned to serve clients that continue to move more and more to this creative space so architects designers businesses. Anyone that kind of utilizes all of those. Those solutions that adobe offers like like photoshop they just continues to be a winner in that space. And it's a wonderful business very solid at the price is probably a little bit stretched ahead of it. I'm owner very happy owner to be it and it continues a fall under in a little bit. I be a buyer. I think that is probably why we're seeing or at least part of why we're seeing the drop off today. Is that unlike fedex. Adobe has just been on such a run for so long. it's not at an all time high but it's pretty close to it so you look at the valuation and you see how adobe has essentially enter the territory that some companies get to where you're going to need near perfect or perfect results for the stockton. Move up yeah. I think that's right. Chris especially at this size they make these. They make healthy acquisitions. They bought they bought a company called mark marchetto to to to build out their commerce business which again continues to compete against the likes of of you know shop affi- and those kinds of organizations that are continued to to build out that very sticky ecosystem across a creative landscape and so when it comes to things like analytics and marketing for your business and advertising. That's kind of the area where adobe is moving more into and they make these little acquisitions to be able to continue to to solidify all the great innovation that comes inside their own organization and a healthy balance of a really nice software company. That certainly has high expectations. But but over time they've really been able to deliver against those and again just looking at the financial picture newbies. Build is pretty impressive. The stock of the day is stitch fix.

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"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on MarketFoolery

"National hiring day on september. Twenty third. so if you're looking for some work and look interested in fedex timber. Twenty third could be your day to hire the to help hire those ninety thousand additional positions ahead of the peak. So look at the long-term chris on this. Here's a story for fedex. They still expect shipment volumes per year to drive to increase about ten percent over the next five years. So you have a business. That's has a market cap of sixty seven billion. They have a lot of debt of thirty six billion on on on the balance sheet. Seven billion in cash. You have a company that has an enterprise value of nearly one hundred billion there. They had the prices. Sales is only one point. One price to earnings is about thirteen times with a five year. Eps growth rate of about ten percent with a dividend yield of one point two percent and the stock. That's fallen gosh. Fifteen twenty percent of the last three months so there's not really a lot of surprises in this. I don't think we've seen these shortage and this is really acutely hitting fed exit also probably ups. I think it probably would hit. Hit a company like amazon. That has gosh massive logistics network. They're building out. So we do see. These cost pressures building up. Fedex is just announce that they're going to increase their some of their some of their shipping costs. Or across the fedex express. Fedex ground fix home delivery the rates increase by almost six percent in fedex freight will increase between six and eight percent. So they're going to try to offset some of these costs with some higher shipping shipping rates to help to help grow and offset some of these. Some of these costs that they're feeling so overall. I think it's it's you're not. There's not too many surprises. I think with fedex and it could just be a one of those stocks you just kinda just come to wait and see and and i'm not. I'm not jumping into the stock now But like you know if the if the earnings picture and the the the price continues a fall and might be a little more attractive especially if you're interested in those companies that have a yield of dividend yellow above above one percent adobe third quarter profit and revenue were both solidly higher than wall street was expecting but shares of the software giant down. Three percent of their revenue was nearly four billion dollars in the quarter. That's a record. Oh gosh chris up. Twenty two percent for the year the the the the earnings pictures of very healthy in the digital media which is their largest business was up twenty three percent year over year. They exited the quarter with almost twelve billion in annual recurring revenue subscription. Business which is really driving. The bulk of of adobe of revenues and their cash flow was up twenty four percent at three point..

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"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The streaming services in the coming quarter but did also highlight some areas of strength including the theme parks saying they quote like the recovery. We're seeing in that bookings at the parks increase between the fiscal third and fiscal fourth quarter also noting momentum around cruise ship bookings saying that. They are higher in the second half of next year than they are in the first half hills said they'd be interested in the opportunity around sports betting that could be another growth driver for disney for the stock did and the day down four percent on that streaming subscriber warning. Elissa julia thank you. Julia borsen so based on what julie said. This really sounds like a testament to what disney's valuation is made of. I mean he said all the right things about the other parts of the business even through in a little bit of sports betting interests which would have gotten investors all excited before guy but here we are down four percent because streaming is not panning out to what it's supposed to be in the near term driver the gave them that valuation is now obviously starting to slow a little bit now all the sudden valuation which didn't matter appears to matter and this is quite frankly you go back and listen to some of the tom. Rogers has said over the last six nine months. Sorta lining up with that. All that said the made low was down to one sixty nine. We traded down there. Today bounced a couple of bucks so one sixty nine issue line in the sand if we were to break their on any other bad news or if the market were sort of not cooperate that one fifty level which i believe was the prior all time high and i'm looking back i think it was like december of two thousand one thousand nine hundred that gets into the crosshairs very quick so disney in my opinion technically speaking at a critical level. Here one seventy. Yeah you think it's critical him. I was going to point out that the chart bothers me a lot more than the headline the fact that if you actually see it break through the two hundred. This is really the first time it's treated through. Let's see where we go. We've had a couple dances there. But also you have this cluster. Where you've got some of the shorter term in medium-term moving averages moving down across you could say bearcroft and you could say what you want. But the competitive landscape especially around folks like apple and amazon are the ones that have unlimited basically budget to throw at this at a time. When the kovic resurgence in terms of production delays. Big deal that. That's not your issue The valuation disney has been an issue. It's never mattered for net flicks on some level although netflix until recently has struggled but really has had a relative value break out to disney Don't like the timing of this announcement referring to just a little bit of noise is something that can be interpreted a lot of ways. But it's not a great headline karen. At what point do you think disney is worth taking a look at the guy. This is the engine driving it so it wasn't the profitability engine. Driving it right. It costs a lot of money to build the streaming business that they have. It was more the future of it now. I it's interesting that disney also has a supply chain issue in that the delta variant is prevented them from having the production That they wanted i. It's it's interesting to me. it's not quite there. This is the kind of stock if it was built on a future value much later. This tape isn't quite that but it is disney. it does deserve a premium. If it does come in. I'll take a look but it's i i'd like to see. Can i go back to guy and ask if it breaks that whereas if you break that one sixty nine we're going die. Where's it going. So i think one fifty and you go back to prior time high thing was thanksgiving or or early december. Two thousand nine hundred stock traded up to one fifty and then failed so past resistance become support so i would say below one sixty nine and i think that one fifty level is smack in the crosshairs their k. Fine nine all right. We're here to serve coming out. We're all over the drop in bitcoin. The crypto was.

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"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Fast money. Here's this coming up next. Disney losing magic as subscriber growth slows. So what's in store for the house of mouse plus a big bet on vending draft canes making a twenty billion dollar offer to buy a fellow gambling company from across the pond. We've got back and a lot more when fast money return. September twenty nineth. Cnbc's deliberating over terms with exclusive access to the biggest names in investing register now for this virtual event of delivering dot com. Use promo code. Cnbc twenty five and save twenty five percent of distribution. Welcome back to pass. Money shares of disney dropping. Today's session ceo. Bob chepe back warning of a subscriber slowdown. Let's get julie. With the details julia. Well melissa disney shares turned lower specifically on comments from does ezio bob tape beck this afternoon at his. The goldman sachs media conference community. Kobe capex said that while the company is on track to hit its long-term targets for streaming subscribers. That growth numbers of will be choppy. He said that fiscal fourth quarter a paid subscriber numbers will increase by low single digit millions from the prior quarter warning. A little bit more noise than wall street expects yeltsin spoke of headwinds including delta driven production delays roulette resulting in less new product hitting.

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The company raised guidance saying it may hit profitability this quarter. Here's dr cadre shot. He earlier today on. Cnbc gross bookings level are thirty. Five to forty percent above the ipo And we are very clearly on the path to profitability in the second quarter. We really leaned into supply. Especially in the united states to reinvigorate our driver base and grow our driver base in the us and we're seeing that now the benefits of that early investment in q. three the business in terms of volumes. We had our best week ever Last week the service in general search levels are coming down. eta's are at their best Levels since the beginning of the years the service itself is getting better. Okay so uber is in on the action to dan. I mean lift already hit this metric in terms of profitability the selected profitability. You metric that these two rideshare companies have chosen on. What do you make of the story. Yeah i just don't think that you're in it for profits in twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two if you look at consensus estimates especially in uber. They're still calling for a big gap net income loss next year. And that's on a twenty bucks billion dollar revenue base so to me. You know the stock was down a little more than thirty percent from its all-time highs. It had evaporated the entire move from the vaccine announcement back in november. Twenty twenty here and i think the timing is right to get out there and get fast and loose with that profitability sorta term. I just think there's a lot of investors out there who have a very defined understanding what they think. Prophets are in the stock market. I don't think that's exactly what this rideshare. Profitability speaks to fast and loose. Those are damning war and not a surprise coming from you. Actually but karen does that bother you. In terms of this adjusted of prophet metric that the companies choose to use. Are we talking about like either. Back in that in the tech bubble. Yeah and don't get me started on stock-based compensation and how that's just sort of. I don't know sort of pixie. Dust doesn't really count. So i agree with dan. The story is not about. The valuation is not about getting into profitability. This calendar year or not. It is amazing. The stocks been public. I think to change years. It came at forty five. A lot has happened since then. Some of which is terrible. They did a good job. Ubereats is interesting. I think he's a great ceo. It's just for me. The valuations not not. Not long uber. Quick would you rather ten. This is gonna. this is something. i've never done this pairing over jordache. Oh my goodness. And i'm going to play by the rules. Uber and while. I think we still the jury's out on profitability. The stock was down forty percent going into this Aka that they filed and the fact that they say services get better. It had to get better. I think at some point if i take new york city as an example. There's an essential risk even for rideshare even though we know it's supposedly transportation as a service way it goes nothing's affordable nothing's available so this driver supply issue very very important. Let's see where we go. I think people are figuring other things out while they can so the stock. No one's valuing it on a profitability. Eps anytime soon. It's a bombed-out stock relative to where we stood even just february of this year. And i think a lot of bad news in it. I think i think it's got more room to move higher. We're just getting started here on.

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"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"We mentioned lower in the after hours session. Let's get to frank calling with all the details. Frank there there melissa extent about four percent after mixed earnings revenues. A beep but a big miss for profit. Eps more than fifty cents below estimates higher labor cost is the cost ceo. Fred smith spelled it all out in the earnings. Release calling about fifteen minutes. Here's we sit and release. Operating results were negatively affected by an estimated four hundred and fifty million dollar year-over-year increase in cost due to constrain labor market which impacted labor availability resulting in network inefficiencies higher wage rates and increase purchase transportation expenses purchase transportation. That's largely hiring contractors to run the ground network that handles residential ecommerce and those numbers. You can see revenues up nine percent but then the cost rising double digits for both salary and the rentals of equipment. Those inefficiencies really hitting margins across the board margins were above eight percent a year ago fedex also lowering both top and the bottom line of its range. Fords profit guidance. Right now you're seeing shares down just about four percent. Ups also trading lower right now. Both of them underperforming the snp over the past three months on concerns. That labor cost are growing while e-commerce is slowing down. Melissa beco are frank. Thanks so much. Let's trade fedex and for that we gotta go to karen first and foremost karen this quarter so little disappointing on a frank highlighted. What it was cost and labor shortages and needing to be less efficient by outsourcing. And so that's that's frustrating. But i'm sort of surprised. It's not like the stock had a super frothy multiple going into this right at a traded down for weeks. It seems so you know. They lowered their guidance by about the little bit. More tiny bit more than the amount that they missed by and yet the multiple came in. So i you know. It seems overdone to be clearly have been wrong about this one for a couple of months. I just think that one thing. I would want to hear the call and i listened to it after the show is okay. They talk about all the problems that they have with efficiency labor. All of that. I think they also may be mentioned. Some surcharges for fuel. Which is a pleasant of minus. But i wanna hear is getting better. Are they able to address that. Can they become more efficient the freight margins which is to business those were very very good. Ground again disappointing. All that said though. I mean a twelve multiple on this current year's earnings. This is the first quarter of the fiscal year. That seems low to me. That seems very low. So i'm surprised the market Much but i want to hear the call. Here is the headline that stuck to me which may partially address. What karen was asking in terms of whether or not these increased costs would continue. The headline is conditions during the first quarter were more challenging than anticipated and expected to extend longer. obviously investors. Want a little more detail than that but guy. What are your thoughts. Well got to pay people more for them to work. It's very hard then. Six months later. Say oh by the way we're paying you less now. So that's pretty sticky number one. The other thought i have. And this is just a stylistic thing. I'm not certain why. And maybe this'll be addressed on the call they chose yesterday at four fifteen to announce price increases and then obviously dropped this bomb on us today right. But you know fedex express. I'm just looking at it. I mean that's half of their revenues and the operating margins. There were an unmitigated disaster. Now i- power-pitch this sucker when it was trading. I think to ninety five or so many months ago and maybe went up for a day and it's been pretty brutal ever since obviously the ups news view months go didn't help either. What well to forty better hold because that was basically the low. We made back in february. That's you're sorta line in the sand but there's really not a lot to like here and it speaks to a much bigger problem that obviously we talk about all the time with the fed. Read about transitory or not. We'll say fedex says they're wrong by the way the calls about nineteen minutes and we'll keep on top of the story. Keep you posted on all the developments meantime coming up chairs at disney.

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"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I think we still in a position where i think ultimately stocks gonna rally hard off this and it's it's ultimately because unless ever grand is going to cause a real seismic effect on the us economy. I think the us fundamentals are good shape. Hey tom it's karen. Thanks for being on so turning to the us fundamentals. I mean even though the market's not off that much we had a lot of sectors. Dan was saying that. Really you know commodities. Really getting hit industrials financials. We're if you're bullish where of the sectors what are you like. We've been looking at this sector relative strength recently. We're going to talk about that tonight. And i would say it. Looks like the markets actually trying to decide what's going to be a battleground because i think fang isn't as strong as as it looks and think cyclicals like industrials and financials and you know generally domestically oriented companies are actually holding pretty well so i think that this is a time where the market is waiting. Investors are waiting for the market to tell them where the strengths going to be. But you know our guests is that if if the economy's continues to be in good shape which is our base case and kobe's retreating then. I think you really want to have a cyclical tilt into your end tom. Good to see you. Thank you thanks. Tom lee fund. Strat tim youth. Tom on the cyclical tilt. I am well if nothing else just because of the underperformance and i realize we may be looking at q. Gdp that is not what we're expecting. Maybe down by a couple. Hundred percentage points But we priced in. maybe this is the fourth wave. And if you're looking at tom charts do a nice job and analyzing cove and heat map etc. I mean there's no question we had the second highest crescendo. In terms of in terms of infections about six weeks ago and a lot of this lead even into september cyclicals prices in i think aggressively as we got into the second half of july. And i think a lot of that pain is something that's still going to have to be assessed but ultimately and we'll talk about fedex and a second but but if you look at transports and if you look at industrials The fact that the earning power of a lot of these companies has never been better. That's the one place where i don't think we priced in normalize earnings and some actual upgrades. We'll see eps all right. We've got an alert on fedex stock because.

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"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The stock rally more than eleven percent. Today as the ride hailing giant upsets guidance and says it could turn a profit as soon as this quarter. We're going to drive into the trade straight ahead but first we start off with a failure to bounce stocks giving up early gains finish the day. Lower this of course follows yesterday's massive sell off the s&p five hundred is now down. Four straight session so what. Today's failure to bounce telling you about where we are in the market right now guy. Sounds like a matthew mcconaughey movie their moms who might wanna go to the google machine and check that out. Why wax poetic. Karen said it. Last night she was hoping for flush on the open she with by that flush. She got the exact opposite pretty much. And i know having spoken to her today but i'm sure she was somewhat dismayed and probably anticipated this. What does it say. Well you know again. I don't think we're gonna collapse here. But i do think that forty one hundred level that we've talked about a number of times and the s&p five hundred is in the crossers. I guess the good news is today is saw the vix back up a bit. But quite frankly you know you still in the mid twenties which i guess is concerning this fedex announcement which we will talk about is not going to help either and i still think this further room to the downside. Which again i will say. I think is a good thing. If you're long-term bullish or dismayed. Karen firemen men at the failure to bounce yesterday night. You said you had a shopping list. Would you hesitate to deploy. The shopping was tomorrow given the action that we saw today. I really was hoping for that. Big moosh down. I would much rather buy things lower than higher so daylight today. I did nothing. This is sorta disappointing. I like to see. I don't know and and the rally sort of faded by the end guy said you know. I don't know that that will help. We will get to that. So i'm not a buyer right now. I kinda wanna see what happens. I feel like the grand thing isn't really going to be a contagion that we'll see in fact i see. Us credit distress credit buyers going in and buying ever grabbed that sort of interesting to me just as voyeur. Not not as investor there. But so nothing for me to buy today. I'd like to buy things lower. I'd rather not buy them on a balance. So that's a little dismaying and disappointing guy. Had it exactly right. Dan era with guy in the forty one hundred train for the five hundred. Oh so would you have more conviction in that today and what you were there. Any or anything under the hood of the markets. I mean sort of unchanged from yesterday's closes not that exciting but there's a lot of movement underneath there was like karen i was looking to see how the market would open and then how it would act off opened up and then failed almost immediately and it really chopped around for most of the day and i suspect if you get to that forty one hundred. It's not going to be in a straight line. You're going to have one step forward two steps back a little bit. I guess the next stop would be the july low when the delta variant was really starting to push out some consumer and some enterprise plans as it relates to spending and that was about forty two thirty down there so maybe we get there. The fed meeting tomorrow and the presser really does throw a bit of a monkey wrench in there if they want to maintain a certain level of credibility as it relates to the minutes from the last meeting. I think that about face. Because of the stock market volatility over the last few days would be a very bad thing. But i'll just say this male. I think we had a strategy. I honestly all these days kind of mix together here last night on the show. Who was talking about the interesting conundrum that we might be faced with as we head into the fall that we're gonna decelerating. Gdp growth in just some economic data but accelerating earnings growth. And if you look at tonight. And we're gonna talk about fedex and we're gonna talk about adobe that might not exactly be the case and that could be the exact setup from a fundamental standpoint where we are misaligned where the price action is of equities date right now at this current wayne. And we're going to know that in the next few weeks is we get to the close q. Three and we start seeing possible pre-announcements for q. Three q. four. I mean the fed meeting. Timing is very interesting tim in that. We're sort of between earning season. We're sort of on the precipice of the next. We had this ever graham thing looming and we don't exactly know if you read what smp says versus what city says versus ola. It's sort of all over the map as to whether or not. There's a belief that beijing would actually step in or not. I don't know if that makes a difference in the end but that tells you where we are in terms of of the thinking on this and how it plays out. Well we know. The fed doesn't need a whole lot of stretch to to wonder. To what extent did they see. Systemic risks coming from ever grand and and you know what they might have to consider as they evaluate tapering etc. I don't think we're getting anything tomorrow. I think we were not getting anything tomorrow before. Ever grant became the front page news. It's been news and the feds aware of ever grand. They have to be going into this meeting from two months ago. But i do think that markets wanted to believe on some level perversely that that a market volatility contagion factors could be things that would keep the fed. Even that much more on. Hold and i i think the price action in the volatility that we have for the last couple of days is nothing more than what we've described it as a market that came in to september at all time highs as as behave almost exactly like it did in september third of twenty twenty. And so if you think about the dynamics that have just been discussed dance talking about earnings. Maybe as good as they're going to get Whether that's Savita from bank of america. Whether that's mike. Wilson from from morgan stanley. They've all talked about this. This is a dynamic that i think we were expecting normalize. Earnings are not great for this mark. Even though it's where we wanted to be a year and a half ago so look Today's frustrating if we all wanted to package this thing nicely margin. Monday turns to turn around tuesday and then. We have the turnaround in the turnaround. Tuesday and we did exactly the opposite of what we did yesterday..

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"fedex." Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on No Laying Up

"I was pretty solid. Rose froze really good Anything else from fedex. I think it's interesting. I guess we can talk about this in a bit. But to see the guys that are playing fedex versus the guys that are playing reno. Gary woodland's out in reno really. Yeah that's wild truly not twentieth. On the ryder cup standings inkling barracuda. Maybe take a look at the hallows. Ryder cups calculated Should we becoming major from two thousand nineteen in this Thank you did not know that. But word too many other guys battling it out to move up a spot in the rankings in the radical rankings out in reno. But you wanna talk a little women's olympics. Yeah that was delightful. And you know what i wanna give. I just want to say. I felt that was rapid. Fire golf that we were watching at least the final round there it was. It was exactly how wanna golf broadcast to look. It was the pace was proper. It was they were just so dialed into the action of the tournament. And like the announcers were not. This is not a backhanded compliment. They were not putting you to sleep with the action rated usually you just. They just drone on during normal. Pga tour broadcasters. Whatever this just felt it felt elevated. Now i want to. I want to ask the question. I guess we got a good question in relation to this brick wetherbee said why did it feel like the women's olympic golf had more juice than the men. That's my theory but to me. I think it's it's fairly simple just in that is there's so many men on the record of like saying how much they don't care about it right right. I mean the women. You never see that. It seems like they are absolutely thrilled to be there. I think the women's game in general's probably would have to double check this but seems a little more worldly week to week. Anyways i mean so many more countries involved so many more tournaments around the world it just seems like more of a global global game on the women's side anyways in the olympics feels like kind of a natural culmination of that right and so when when all your superstars are totally bought in like. Yeah that that's gonna make a big difference opposed to someone like rory who for reasons. I think all of us completely understand. He's from very complex. Place like he just totally was was so apathetic about being there in the lead up in seekie had a good time and played well and and all that but Yeah i mean that makes a difference when you're when not only our world number whatever one two three four skipping a bunch of people out with cove it. I mean a lot of people you know. Dustin johnson brooks people just like now the smell. You not interested sierras in memphis. Also that that's gonna make a big fucking difference. It's it's right like it. Lines up well with the pga tour schedule. Either in france for the major then they went over there then. They've got the women's scottish open this week. Women's british open next week. I mean there's a there's a lot of big asked herman's going on for them. There's their major seasons a little bit later in the summer and and yet they'll showed up with bells on. I think it speaks. Their big factor is just that the lpga tour in women's golf in general is not bathing in a in just an embarrassment of riches right because they have more for them. They had this big. They have big tournaments. they have big majors. They're major standout so much more than the regular tour events regulatory events and the pga tour and men's golf in general has just had so much money influx into it and so many big events that like the olympics feels like a stop on tour whereas for the women it felt feels like something that i it just feels like a legit thing. You have to think about for the men's side is like there's like fifteen million dollars up for grabs here early this year like it benefits me not at all to go to japan for that like. Why would i do that. Versus for the women's getting the million dollar prize comes with the race to the semi globe. But it is not to say the marketability but for sponsorship wise and their marketability as athletes being olympian is a bigger deal than it would be to meant that fair to say. Yeah so it's easier to get into it. In that regard. I felt like i was watching something significant for each person that was going through and i didn't feel that on the men's side except for team. Rose nobody will ever get more mileage out of metal than he did. But he also had won the fedex cup like he had cashed in a ton of money. Some simple questions from connor. J. wilbur over and over under ten and a half gold medals for nellie coda. I'm going to have to think on that. I put this in the agenda. Thought neal was going to be on the show tonight. Also from knighted that would take her to what about twenty twenty sixty five something like that knighted posture. Where does this gold medal rank for. Nellie among her twelve majors again. Sorry well i think you almost feel like we should give neil. This would to make the race little more interesting. That's fine so she's at two. I think going back to the actual golf like there were a lot of a lot of players involved that final day in a lot of like non superstars right which almost made it kind of interesting. I think that was cool on the men's side. I didn't watch a ton of them inside. I knew. I will probably keep saying this but we were on. The roads. didn't get to watch everything we wanted to watch. But having some kind of random names up there and having ct pan get a medal and like some of that stuff is is kind of interesting especially given the context of stars opting out and what the the olympics means and all that stuff but we saw a lot of that with like a d ashok and some of the people that were were up there. It was like manna. A metal would be kind of life changer. For for some of these people which is really cool. I think On that front to it definitely helps you got three things to play for. Talk about that before I thought the core hottest shit there with the that sue nami rolling in all or the typhoon. All that stuff. Nazi non tropical storm tropical storm But yeah it was. It was The course was like just watching. It was firm. It was fast. It looked were full. Played that way for the women. Yeah yeah and they definitely. I thought they moved up. Moved up a couple of tease which was made it so much. More interesting and like that. Short par-four was unbalanced. So much fun to watch. Yeah they did a great job setting like to checking in on like that seventeenth hole of. Hey here's yuka so play in the seventeenth. Here's leaders will preview. Yes here's what the leaders are going to face in the opportunity that's gonna come in the final groups like she just made it to hear if you cover this bunker and hold the green you can do it too. Bailing right was not good place to be. Because you're and downhill all that stuff was working and it just speaks to watching the men play a little bit. We're able to watch. It was just you could spend it in. Stop it anywhere you want it to. It was just a typical. It was in the easy side of pga tour courses whereas the way the women's spin the ball and the the the launch angle that they put it in that how well that course played compared to how it did for the men just speaks to a lot of what you know the issue its first of all..

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"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"This is involved to talk about today. But in my entire career inclusiveness is always been accrual. fedex. I mean it always has been. It's not because it's you know important at a certain point in time it's just part of our culture in so know that's the thing we'll probably most broadly. And i probably never talked publicly at you. Know outside of our team members and fedex. But you know some of the things like even you know. What would you see the way our team members mean. The corporation does great things as cooperation. But even the volunteerism though you know every way the individuals in the corporation give back is is probably the thing you know most problem and so people service profit is the answer your question. That is our culture We work on it Not it's not an accident. We work on it We have great Champions of it. Rob cars great champions of it in invited corporation. I'll tell you that and in the leadership that excels fedex is Is those who respect in enhanced develop an encourage and do all the things to make our people excel when that takes care of the rest of the business very interesting. Well thank you for that overview. I wanted to also ask you as you look to the future can what are some trends that particularly excite you. If you look out say two or three years what comes to mind. We don't other great question. it's funny outright. Before the pandemic speaking group of It was interns at the time. I said when. I started my career more than thirty years ago. Now i couldn't have imagined a better time to start in. It in technology. and what. i've got my kerr's incredible. I've always said i'd never started over. Great bid but a few years ago. I said if i could i would love to start my career at this point in time because to me. This is the most exciting point. And i'll answer your question. I mean you know. I'll package a few things. Together that i would say excite me but clearly what we can do in data to a okay did has always been important technology right but i would say generically. You know the decision sciences. A i m l. and really to me it's about the scale optimization capabilities of real time events that's game changing you at a company like us. I talked about sense where ideas on the vaccines at the edge. We create eight billion transactions. A day just in the sensors in the scale of the intelligent and optimization we can offer that could never have been done even five years. So i'd say that's the first about data but really the you know. Data science decision sciences. And all of them especially the you know the capabilities advance and then that leads right into edge computing. Why that's so important. And when you think of iot said. Since we're i d i o t but also atonomy automation you know and in one of our great innovator so you know think of autonomy mechanization of iot but the day creates what we need to do with. The edge is another thing. We'd sides me another thing. We're very focused on fedex. And then it's the more you know outpost standard things. Everything is a service you know. We all know offers a service the power than what we been there and then you know platform as a service all those aged when you even think of today is the service and the and what that means. That's a trend. That is. I think we're just beginning to see what's possible there. And and believe me and fedex. That'll be important. And i think it will be in every business as well and i would say just a couple more you know..

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"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Team problem of they. They do great work but as we said small but you know powerful team but the reality of it is there were also other areas. That are very focused on enemy. Digitally one of them is now. Our new data works team in fact just today. We announced data works. We only started one year ago. It was just while. I'm cio's two thousand and twenty one future edge fifty award winners and that is the truth focused on data gay think of decision sciences machine learning and beyond but how we create different levels visibility and optimization so i would say operations technology innovation data works. Call those specialized teams however the really. Your question is yes end because the organization every team is empowered and really challenge with some form of innovation ready. A real will examine what we know when i was in the freight company originally as a cio. There you know we noticed that this is a distance weight and space business spaces captured benches right and it was very hard in the freight industry palatine freight to captured mentioned. You either had to do it manually. Measure or the technology in the industry. Was you stopped it off of a forklift dropped it back the work lift let the dimension or measure were killed your productivity and. We decided we were going to innovate in the space. We're gonna leave the industry and with partnership of the fedex engineering. It and some third party partners. We created dim in motion so on a forklift driving a forklift speeds. We can dimension our rain in motion so credibly powerful in the audio industry leading the way but that was relentless innovation done just as part of our free company. So so sorry for the long answer. But you know i. It's it's a smile ask. The question is it's in our dna. Fred make sure that all the time and people are friend in rob and others. Just this is part of who we are. What we do. Fred smith and rob carter. Yeah that makes makes a lot of sense. I tell you also how do you define innovation. There's big i. Innovations fundamentally new things that are developed develop revenue streams or cost efficiencies. That have never been there before. They're small i innovations. I know that some organizations think about which is more kind of like enhancements themselves also enhancements to existing products or service offerings for example that that also yield value for the organization. How do you think about The definition of that both. I hate to answer these two questions in a row by saying both big innovation is is important and that's where we have the focus team so we think just like sensor. It's game changing to us. It's powerful to us in only you know. Besides the vaccine all areas any kind of health carriers that so many products need a different level. Visibility mean we lead the way early on with bar-coding and your real time tracking and eventing in knowledge is just the next level..

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"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Principle bulb solid core flexible edge. In quite simply what. That is where we have commonality. And we don't need unique velocity of change. Then it could be common and we drive ahead. You know engineering architecture becoming however we're at has uniqueness and or it needs unique velocity of change an operating company level. then that's the flex voyage where we keep it separate. Let me start at the strategy robbery cleverly with architectural design principle and having teams now that organizationally aligned. That is where we are driving towards much more common than we ever would have been passed and There's a everything for what we call. Laura jenner press foundation services across the enterprise also inside the operating companies in areas like areas like Pickup and delivery operations and a lot of from enterprise financial services. Done in some unique services could be just across two companies were could be across all was your time as a leader of each of those Those businesses did that. Provide you some of the insights that led to this change. Did it Upon you as somebody who had responsibilities and was marshalling the the forces and putting together the plans in each of those areas. Did that give you reason to think a little bit more about what the where the overlap in the ven diagram might be. I'll absolutely working for companies like fedex reach of these business units or multibillion dollar. You know large companies. There's there's great challenges in each of them and each you and so it all my time. Each as i said earlier was You know intense some focused and grade but you get to see a lot of opportunity and you and you and again you know. I'm a person who believes. We lead everywhere with engineering architecture right. I'll probably say it ten times talking today but But in that when you look at engineering architecture we started to see the commonality and then the world changed you know e commerce leaped ahead the pandemic we call you know slingshotted. A lot of things had to us and we just news..

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"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"fedex." Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Tandem and the company's co founder and chief executive officer orion dowie ryan wanted to take a moment to provide some recommendations for cx ots in charge of technology and digital about how best to manage the cybersecurity landscape sr customers. I think are realizing there are three things. They really need to be secure. The first is they have way too many products and as a result of that they're unable to operate all these products well and there are holes in the security posture that are created as a result. Many of our customers have twenty or thirty or sometimes fifty different tools. If they can move to a platform approach. They have a much higher chance of succeeding. The second thing that a lot of our customers realizing is they need certain visibility on their environment every asset where it is. Who's using it. What data's on it what vulnerabilities that has and really be able to trust that they have three or four nines confidence in that data set instead of in some cases eighty five or ninety percent confidence which in reality he's way way. Too much of a surface area vulnerability and the third one is. They need to be able to remediate problems. They find instantaneously at scale. Globally even over slow links even over devices that are not easy to reach because without that capability. Unfortunately even if you know that there's a problem you're still gonna get hit by the security event that comes after it because you can't fix in time and so between that platform approach being able to have really really comprehensive visibility and having really strong control. Our customers are seeing a huge upgrade and their capability and now onto the interview. Ken spangler welcomed a technician. It's great to speak with you today. Peter to be here. Thank you for having me. No it's as. I say it's a great pleasure. Well can you are the executive vice president of information technology at fedex. And i wonder if you could take a moment to describe what that entails within your environment. What what's within your purview. Please sure absolutely leader. You know my actual title nato global opco technologies of you think of the four large global operating companies or both global and North american operating companies. That means i have oversight for fedex express it fedex ground it fedex freight it in vettix logistics it including you know some of their subsidiaries when you think of bendix logistics that includes our ariya a great vedic supply chain business so so basically. It's a global team You know the all the large transportation logistics segments fedex and And it basically includes everything from the tight business partnership with the leadership through the through the operations of each of the operating companies developing an engineering Some of the world class technology companies as well as the day to day operational excellence in the business agility and then move businesses forward. That's great it's a great overview. So you got. I mean what an interesting and complex organization is fedex as you highlighted say an airline. It's a trucking company logistics company..

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