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Fresh update on "forbes" discussed on Power 106 Programming
"You will prove daily doses on now. No question. What has the code it ruined for you now I know a lot of you have lost their job and the Western and Anaheim resort. Eyes set to open in October and is looking to hire an estimated 400 employees. Now the job fair is going to be held today. You can go from teniente noon or from 1 to 3 PM and you go apply in person They have, like, 400 positions open. That's a beautiful situation. Yeah, Yeah, So another beautiful situation is card eBay one elsewhere. New single up with Meghan. The stallion, not blouse like I am here for the night. Love to see it. Girl power women supporting women. Now, as you know, make the Sun has already made music with beyond say she made music with Nicki Minaj. And so she's just going down the list of successful talented women that she's working with and not, and not only she's successful, talented herself, so it makes a great car. We love to see a man sometimes you know a lot of parties. Don't wantto work with you if you work with someone else in the past, so I'm glad that's not happening. Everyone celebrating make everyone is loving it. Everyone believes in itself. You going begging now, Forbes has just really He's their annual list.
Cowboys still richest sports franchise in the world, New York Yankees, Second.
"Teams, Forbes reports the Dallas Cowboys are again the most valuable sports franchise in the world. Jerry's team comes in 5.5 $1,000,000,000. That's up from uneven five billion last year. Cowboys worth 1/2 a 1,000,000,000 more than the team in second place. The New York Yankees Cowboys have been on the top of this list for the last five years. Next three year pro basketball
Fresh update on "forbes" discussed on LadyGang
"Selling homes and BECCA has invited him today to the show to see if he's the top of the lady gang choices he's known for his record sales and very little fails with over two billion dollars in sales. That's a good point three bill interrupting the host. Is Not great were fighting already. This is not going far. He's sold sold homes to some of Hollywood's hottest. Including Adam Levine. Devi Yoki. Shonda rhimes might have heard of her. With recognition by Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and the Hollywood reporter. He's gets better press than we do. Please welcome to the show a man who knows what he wants and certainly gets what he wants and possibly get Becca Tobin's Business Josh flagg. Okay. So I have some questions for you. That BECCA wants to know, but she's polite. So she's not going to ask you what's the biggest commission that you ever got off selling a House Million Bucks. Ten Million Dollar House. No that would wish. That's forty fifty, forty, fifty million. What's your percentage of commission two and a half percent? That's it. Million okay well damn. Million dollar check or how does that go? How does that come into the cash? I? Don't know I don't I. Don't think that you're going to get a million dollar commission off of me. You'll be like five grant reveals, steal it from you you I would notice. I'd be homeless. What did you got a million dollar? Commission. What did you spend money on? With the most ex-. Living what's the most expensive thing you ever? Oh is a like a fun thing. Yeah. Did you buy a Ferrari? I bought a Picasso. That's there you go. Okay. something. How much was the Picasso half a Mil God? We'll probably know three quarters of a million that has nothing to do with that sale I did that was other stuff. She didn't do any. Put, in the bank back Oh, do you want this to use this opportunity to how Joshua Art collection that you'll need to be Showing reluctance I have one important piece that my grandmother is actually an artist that she did. It's a nude of my mother when she was sixteen will love Lou Josh. What's the most you've ever spent on shoes on shoes? Yeah. It's important to a lady she's. She's got a crazy shoe collection. Actually he's got some Gucci, sneaks onto five hundred, sixty, eight dollars there five that is a. Much. 'cause you saved up for the winter he bought them for the guy. That does plastic surgery love. Assistance. Actually. Though I gave him my used ones. I swear I was at the alternate let's Louis appear shoes. And I'm like this is beyond repair. I go Wiley. Do you want because what the skies are you? Know. Actually quite large for a person of my height how tall area Five nine maybe what's I show ten and a half? Wow Zach wear those shoes if he gets the sale no no. Okay. 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Well, cul de calls the Paparazzi yourself my call last time Tori spelling they were having dinner and I called ahead of time. Tori wasn't big enough draw for though they shot they shot tour but I had to let them know ahead of time that should be prepared. Get Ready Spelling on her way. Okay. BECA, to ask us this opportunity for us to talk about the yeses a nose in your house. So you'll give some and then we'll also tell you what you want. Okay. Okay. Let's start with the yeses must have must have. Space I need more space than what I'm currently living in houses. It's small. It's like a tiny little cottage twelve, hundred square feet of Ood I need at least double. I love indoor outdoor vibes..
MLB Marks The 100th Anniversary Of The Negro Leagues
"Baseball is marking the anniversary of the Negro leagues created 100 years ago. The league's showcased black baseball players players who couldn't play on the major teams because of the color of their skin. Only a few members of the leagues are alive to celebrate the centennial Michigan radios, Doug Tribute spoke to the only surviving team owner and others about the legacy of the legendary leagues. In 1920 owners of independent black baseball teams from the Midwest gathered in Kansas City, Missouri. At that meeting they created the Negro National Leagues had no idea they were making history. They didn't care about making history. Bob Kendrick heads the Negro Leagues Baseball museum there, he says. Faced with segregation, black owners and players kept pushing for organized baseball. These athletes never cried about the social injustice. They went out and did something about so you won't let me play with you and I create my own And they did today. Stars like Josh Gibson, Buck Leonard and Satchel Paige are enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame, but thousands of black and Latino players endured bigotry and racist taunts. It was Tear before the players at that time. Many Forbes owned the Detroit Stars from 1956 to 1958. She lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, that players try of them. They had nowhere to stay because of the discrimination, so they slept in the buses. And they couldn't go in places to eat so one person would go to the back door. When get food for all the players. Pedro Sierra pitched in the Negro leagues for several seasons in the 19 fifties. He grew up in Cuba and says it was tough to adjust to segregation and racism he saw in the US It wasn't easy to see all the problem with the raise. I know all about it, herb artist. But I hadn't experienced today. Sierra lives in New Jersey In 1954 he signed with the Indianapolis clowns at the age of 16. His salary was less than 5% of what white players were earning dollars a month a month, $100 a month. And I look back and say, Oh my God. Jackie Robinson played briefly in the Negro leagues. Then, in 1947 he broke baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in Cleveland, Larry Doby became the first black player in the American League. Coming seasons brought many more signings. But many Forbes sympathizes with the many athletes who were good enough to play in the major leagues, but never got a shot. Unfortunately, some of the good players by the time the time Came. They were too old to play. The last league folded in the early 19 sixties, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum estimates there are about 100 former players still alive. Forbes is 88 worries about being one of the last left to tell the story. And I just want a if I'm worthy of represent and speaking about the Negro League because When I got involved, things was easier for me. Then it wass father one before me. Many Forbes will keep sharing her stories with younger generations and others will to Major League Baseball has a day to honor the league's set for next month. The museum has pushed back its year long celebration of the centennial to next year and renamed it Negro Leagues. 101
Fresh update on "forbes" discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
"Ahead will bring you the insights you need to help navigate this evermore turbulent world the individual I accused the big tech CEOS testifying remotely before Congress last week would boil water and cumulatively probably exceeded all the numerous participating politicians in their staff put together. So why when it comes to politics are they so self-destructively up to use why they need to see, put their extraordinary companies in jeopardy who an endless parade of unforced errors those Four, high tech leaders were attacked on all sides. You would think they were huge vampires gleefully sucking the life blood out of the American people in truth. Their companies are astonishing examples of creativity and innovation. If Awful entities portrayed by critics, they would not be repeatedly racking up record sales without them. We could have not survived the Kobe lockdowns most notably Amazon's amazingly delivery systems monopolistic competition intensifying from each other and countless others. It brickbats not rose petals are the order of the day. For these and other high tech firms and no wonder these companies have too often exhibited a public attitude with concerns such as privacy. The most harmfully politically is there brazen biased against right of center writers, pundits politico some websites take prager university, which offers five minute lectures on numerous topics from recognized authorities and attracts millions of viewers. Nonetheless, Youtube arbitrarily is blocked a number of these talks because it doesn't agree with the point of view expressed or sensors took a dislike to the. Political leanings of the presenters this crude political bias and free expression suppression which happens in countries like North Korea and China, have financially harmed many websites and foolishly area needed a portion of the political spectrum conservative and Libertarian. That would normally be allies of these high tech marvels. Retribution will eventually come perhaps by removing or curbing their sweeping immunity from legal liability for what appears on their platforms or by breaking up these companies at a time when they face growing challenges from Chinese companies. These CEOS should start practicing the wise commonsense approach of the original pre one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two at and T. which was then illegal monopoly. The company went out of its way to keep everyone pleased and happy service was swift. Friendly complaints were dealt with quickly politely and Effectively Every Newspaper Magazine radio station TV. Station. Received ads for Ma Belle. With that sensitivity for example, Google would long ago stopped. It's mean-spirited harassment of prager. University. One hopeful sign facebook may be getting that at and T. Religion as it resists pressure to police the content of legal political ads that certain don't like. I'm Steve Forbes. Thank you for listening to send in your comments and suggestions I look forward to being with you soon again..
Security Firms Soar on Stock Market Following Twitter's Big Hack
"When the world's biggest celebrities asked their twitter followers for money a couple of weeks ago. Users like Barack Obama Joe Biden Elon, Musk and Bill Gates sent tweets promising to quote enrich the community. Send A bitcoin payment. They said and will give you back double. The amount you sent. The tweets came from their verified accounts. The ones marked with a little blue check marks that tell you it's really them. Only, it wasn't really them. All a scam the accounts had been hacked. The tweets were flagged quickly, but not quickly enough. Apparently hackers pocketed more than one hundred thousand dollars before the tweets were removed according to Forbes. This isn't the first time twitter's been hacked, but it marked the worst breach in the company's history. The hack left users and shareholders rattled amid new questions about the platform security. Twitter's stock took a hit, but one sector got a bump from the attacks Cybersecurity, california-based crowd strike was one of the stocks that enjoyed a bump after the hack on Thursday. Shares of the company Traded Higher Building on an upward trend this year. Alex an analyst at research firm Needham, told Tech Website Been Zinger that high profile hacks usually drives cybersecurity stocks higher. Crowd strike offers a range of cybersecurity solutions including protection from phishing emails. They also train employees to spot social engineering breach attempts another stock that enjoyed a post. Hack bump was cyber Ark which specializes in protecting what it calls privileged access, so let's say you need special credentials to access certain areas or data within your network cyber Ark monitors those areas and sounds the alarm when changes are made like they were doing the twitter hack. That additional scrutiny may have stopped the bridge.
Fresh update on "forbes" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Washington's NFL team ranks Number 14 on Forbes New list of most valuable sports teams of $3.4 billion. That's 300 million more than last year. Jeff Global w T o p News And currently, doll futures are trading up about 1/4 of a percent just ahead here on w T o p A CBS News update. HURRICANE SA Yes, is speeding his way toward the Carolina Coast and will impact us in the mid Atlantic states, Maryland, Virginia and D. C A.
Garmin hit with massive outage in ransomware attack
"Why you're Garmin hasn't been working for the past couple of days. It's because the GPS and wearable device company Has been tipped with a hit with a cyber attack now widespread blackout that's left its fitness devices, its website even its call centers are offline. Forbes reports. The company was hit by a ransomware attack on Thursday. And garments being asked to pay $10 million in order to free its systems.
Fresh update on "forbes" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"What's going Jeff Clay by the closing bell that that was up 236 points, the S and P 500 index up 23 that as that rallied 158 points, it's 1.5%. The NASDAQ Closed at a record two more retailers that have been around a long time. A file for bankruptcy Lord and Taylor. It's for sore open in 18 26. The company owns Men's Warehouse. A. Joseph, A bank has also filed for Chapter 11. First job bank opened in Baltimore in 1908 Acclaim based capital One just dinged its shareholders. Capital One is cutting its quarterly dividend to just 10 cents a share. That's a 75% reduction. Washington's NFL team, now called Washington football team. Ties the Dodgers at number 14 on Forbes list of most valuable sports teams at $3.4 billion. That's 300 million Mohr than last year. Dan Snyder bought the team in 1999 for 750 million..
Ghost of Tsushima Is PS4's Fastest-Selling First-Party Original IP Debut
"Ghost of Suma is now playstation Forbes fastest selling first party original IP debut with more than two point, four million units sold through globally in its first three days of sales. You can read into that a little bit and recognize that it means at least in terms of initial sales. It seems like go. Suma performed better than games like Horizon Zero Don and bloodborne,
Kanye schedules campaign event in South Carolina
"Presidential candidate Kanye West is hitting the campaign trail Jim Forbes with details the rapper announced late Saturday. He'll be holding his first campaign event in South Carolina Sunday night. The event will reportedly be held in North Charleston. A message on his Twitter account give South Carolina locations where voters can sign up to put Kanye West on the ballot. It's not clear if West would qualify in South Carolina, which does not allow write in candidates Earlier this week, West got on the ballot and
How Our Current Virus Crisis Will Drive Techquisition
"Over the years this podcast has continued to gain recognition as a great resource for small business owners, sales, professionals business leaders. And that is because of the guests, these folks who have expertise in particular areas of business, and they join me to share that expertise with all of you. Today is no exception. My guest today is Paul. QUADRA CASSIS. In his book, Go tech or go. Extinct Paul shares is revolutionary approach to transforming legacy companies into forward thinking industry leaders. Through strategic acquisition of distrupt disruptive technology companies. House Entrepreneur Investment Banker and strategic advisor to CEO's senior executives, boards and shareholders of companies operating in or interested in the technology and digital industry sectors. He's on a mission to help large established non tech companies partner with technology companies to avoid being blindsided by exponential change. Has Been quoted in the Washington. Post Los Angeles Times U. S., News and world, report and Forbes. He lives most of the time in London with his wife and their three children. Thanks so much for joining me today Paul. The, Diane good to be here. I am happy to have you here now. You were talking today about. A! Lot Of what your book is about which is why non tech combination? CHOIR TECH COMPANIES AND Help me understand. Why they can't just use technology and an license designed their own solution rather than acquiring a company. Great Question. and. Almost. Everyone asks that at some point of this journey. And they first of all companies should be using in licensing. Technology software systems etcetera for their own purposes and designing bespoke. Solutions so certainly they should be doing that. However the problem is if that's all they do. If that's all a company, does then they're not gaining any competitive advantage with regard to the the other industry participants. Now this may not have matter too much ten or twenty years ago when technology was more internal, supporting the replacement of spreadsheets Placing frankly the typewriter but with the. Advent of the IPHONE smartphone, developing and and four G. Communications, and all the other wonderful. Elements of technology that has embraced the world That's no longer the case and technology today. Is being used to attract customers retain customers. and have them be delighted by your offerings and your services and therefore. Because technology is now so important to while your entire value chain, but especially your your customers. It's become a competitive tool. We we often say that. The porter five forces competitive model model competition that he designed back in Nineteen, seventy nine. Is a little bit out of date now it still applies, but in fact, we think that model has been transformed in a three way by technology so every single force of his five forces, the power of the bargaining power of customers bargaining power of suppliers, etc.. Has, been transformed by technology technology companies, therefore, if all you're doing licensing. That technology and not owning the the the let's say the latest the best most powerful technology solution that can impact your customers if you don't own that. Then you don't have any particular edge over your competitors. And your competitors aren't just your traditional. Competitors their new disruptors. Amazon's who are disrupting the sears in the walmarts of the world, so your whole competitive playing field is changing constantly, and even the biggest most most solid players tech companies know that they can be disrupted at any moment. Any Grove was famous for saying only the paranoid survive, and that's one reason, if not the main reason, why until did as well as a dead? It's why Mark Zuckerberg at facebook acquired instagram I think it was back in two thousand twelve for billion dollars, even though the company had no revenue, only thirteen employees because he knew that facebook could have been disrupted by like instagram now today, instagram, probably worth couple of hundred billion dollars. we, we see this, you know we see this all the time. Certainly with tech companies acknowledging be out of existence. If they don't own the the latest developments are the most important fundamental technology factors for their businesses. It's it's a reason why Google renamed themselves to Alphabet, because even though the Google search engine combined with you probably delivers ninety percent of their revenue and profits. The company knows that anything can happen. They could be disrupted. At any time just like they themselves disrupted the newspapers and other sources of information before Google came on the scene.
Rapper Kanye West files for Oklahoma presidential ballot
"Rapper Kanye west is qualified to appear on Oklahoma's presidential ballot in November but it's not clear if the celebrity is actually running for the nation's highest office you may recall in July fourth Kanye west announced he was going to challenge president trump in November although west is missed the filing deadline in a number of states he didn't get the paper work and the thirty five thousand dollar filing fee in on time for Oklahoma one of the musicians advisers had told New York magazine that west was out of the running but TMZ is reporting the west campaign has filed papers with the Federal Election Commission west too has said that he has bipolar disease told Forbes magazine earlier this month that if he wins he plans to model his White House on the fictional land in Black Panther adding let's get back to Wakanda I am Jackie Quinn
Kanye West Is 'Struggling' with Bipolar Disorder as Rapper Says He Wants to Be President: Source
"With his bipolar disorder. That's according to a source who spoke with People magazine. Connie announced his proposed White House bid is supposed White House bid that is On the Fourth of July and the since given a bizarre, rambling interviewed of Forbes about his proposals, including forming a political party called the Birthday Party and the reason he calls it the birthday parties because, he says, when we win, it's like everybody's birthday. Only I kind of feel like it's the kind of birthday where everybody forgot it
President Donald Trump REACTS to Kanye West's Presidential Run
"Rapper Kanye West, taking off his Red Maga hat, announcing his 2020 presidential bid on Twitter. In an interview with Forbes, the national press secretary for the Trump 2020 presidential campaign. Hogan Gidley, discussing President Trump's reaction to the news on Fox and friends, the president said it would be interesting. We'll see. What happens. Of course, is the president likes to say I was actually in a lunch with the president, United States, Kanye West, Jim Brown, and just a couple of others. Hey, has a lot of interesting ideas. I'm sure will we Looking forward to finding out more about those ideas in the coming weeks and months as he continues this run for for president. Kanye West says he will model his administration on the fictional kingdom Wauconda from the movie Black
Kanye West's Family "Worried" As He Suffers Reported Bipolar Episode
"A new report claims Kanye West is having a bipolar episode. A billionaire rapper recently announced he's running for president and gave an interview to Forbes magazine this week in which he claimed, among other things, vaccines are the mark of the beast, and that Planned Parenthood does the devil's work. Now, TMZ says it's Kanye sources are telling them that West is in the midst of a serious bipolar episode and that the family is concerned, the report says. Family members and those close to West are worried that his bipolar disorder is affecting his decision
Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt
"Kanye west says he is no longer a supporter of president Donald Trump con US says he's taking the red head off in this case the red hat with president trump's campaign slogan make America great again after aligning himself with trump declaring that they share dragon energy west says he is backing away now he tells Forbes magazine he is no longer in trump's corner politically and confirmed that he is serious about launching his own presidential bid this year it's unclear how he plans to pull that off west is already missed the deadline to get on the ballot in several states Forbes says west said all of this and what the magazine calls for rambling hours of interviews I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020
"West has been for the last five years. Talking about running for president initially said he was going to run in 2020. Then it seemed like he became a trump supporter. Remember, he visited the White House with the Red Maga. Hatton did a 19 minutes in endorsement of Trump praised he and his wife, both Kim Kardashian, both praised Trump. For the first Step Act and for criminal justice reform. Where Kanye West tweeted over the weekend that he is running for president. Not in 2020 for which was where he was planning on running, But in 2020 so this is pretty interesting because Elon Musk Is getting behind him. And he's pledging to put millions of dollars into a new Super PAC supporting Kanye West's candidacy. So he's going to run as 1/3 party candidate. Any guesses as to the name of the Kanye West political Party that he is forming any What would you think if a five year old was running for president and they had to create a political party? What do you think the five year old would call the political party? You got me, okay? He is running under the banner of the birthday party. The name of Kanye West Party is the birthday party. He did this for our rambling interview with Forbes yesterday. Does that mean if it's the birthday party and he becomes president? When? At the inauguration, the first lady will wear a birthday so well, that might get him some votes. Right? Be careful with that. With that suggestion, he told Forbes Now you might ask the question that I asked. Why is it the birthday party? Why would you call the birthday party? According to Forbes, Kanye West said, because when we win It's everybody's birthday. That's that's what he's also selected a running mate. Her name is Michelle Tib All she is an obscure preacher from Wyoming. Tid Balti. I d B A L L. It's a Noel. Honestly, someone I've never heard of before. But I've just reached out to her to see if she wanted come on the radio with us this week to talk about her platform. And you know a lot of people. He's officially off the Trump train, he said. I'm taking the red hat off with this interview, and a lot of people have raised Russ the possibility that This might have even been a NatElec by Trump because he has a relationship with Kanye to get him to run to siphon off black votes from Joe Biden, because if Biden has 10 to 20% of the black vote Goto any other candidate other than him, then all likelihood is Trump's gonna get reelected. He apparently Emmett, do you think this is a scam? Well, some people have said that But he is insisting that that's not the case that he's in this like he's done everything his whole life. He's in it to win it, but he's he's saying he's not denying that this could result in siphoning off black votes from the Democratic nominee and possibly helping Trump. He says, quote I'm not denying it. I just told you But to say that the black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy. And you'll enjoy this little tidbit. Russ, this was a you could imagine the poor, Forbes reported that had to sit through this for for four hours. He has never voted in his entire life. But we've does a good country America Country America, But we've done some investigating and apparently someone named Kanye West, who happens to have his same birthday did vote in the state of New York in the year 2014
How to Get More Backlinks to Your Site
"Rank used to take all very longtime meaning. If you did something to improve your rank or somebody linked to your site, those effects wouldn't really show when you would search your key words for days even sometimes weeks now, especially in Google, results are pretty much an incident or within twenty four hours sometimes, and this is really motivating, because if you start getting back links to your site today every day you're gonNA. Start seeing improvements in your search engine optimization. But how do you do this? Without breaking rules without being scammy without being dishonest or doing things that will penalize you buy Google. Many people including myself. Myself would recommend people that are starting out to just Ri- great content for their blog, and it will be shared because it's so wonderful, and that's a good strategy to have at the start just to get the ball rolling to justice. Start getting content on your site. You need some content, but at some point after you've gotten the ball rolling and you've had your website for some time. You're six months or so you gotta start optimizing those blog posts those pages on your site and making sure you have back links. You ought to start thinking about the marketing of your site, one of the fast and easy ways. To get more back links to your site. Today instantly is to search for your competitors. Where are they mentioned on other websites other than their own whether it's a list, post or review or recommendation? Where are mentioned? You can do this with tools like H. refs, if you want or you can simply just search on Google and take each competitor one by one and see where they're landing on other websites, you can then reach out to these websites and say hey. Can you include my product? My website? My blog post some websites will just update it and linked to you, but most won't do it without something in exchange they wanted to be. Mutually beneficial now link exchanges are big. No, you should never say. Hey. I, WANNA get a back link on your website so all back to you on my website. Google will find out. They're very very smart. Algorithm is very smart and will penalize you for this, but there are other ways to make mutual beneficial. You had a large social media following even just a moderate one. You could say hey. I'd love to share this three times with my social network and show them. How are mentioned in the post and we'll give them a little boost. This is actually quite effective, because sometimes these blog posts are a little. Little bit older. They're not like the latest news there like a couple months old a year old or more, and the blog wouldn't mind to get a surge of traffic from your audience now. Obviously, this is going to be a good fit because this blog post this article that you're going to be posting. The has your mentioned in your link is relevant to your audience information that they're gonNA WANNA know. You can offer them the mentioned in your newsletter, or the Webinar with them or have them I. Guess on your podcast. Of course you gotTA. Make sure that you're doing this with integrity that they're actually a good fit. Fit for your podcast or your YouTube channel, or whatever it is, and they meet your qualifications anyway, but that's a quick and easy way to go through all these websites that are mentioned your competitors one are they mentioned you as well in exchange for some promotion to that page another way to get a back link on somebody else's website is to become a speaker or a guest on their media. This could be on their podcasts. This could be on there. You know video channel. You can even write a guest post. The point here is your featured on their podcasts. For example. They're going to have a blog post with. With the show notes and they're going to link back to your website or link back to even a block plus you mentioned on the interview. This is only natural standard, and it's a good way for you to give them value for their audience and get a back link. This takes a lot of time in work because again. You're making time to do these interviews, but it's well worth. It had been doing this for eight years. doing interview after interview I do at least three or four injuries a week, and it's just a slow process of making sure that we have back links that are active that are new. And they were giving great value to our marketplace. Another way to get great back links is literally to by now, not seen just straight up. Offer them money. You don't WanNa do that, but to sponsor something become a sponsor of their podcast. Be a sponsor of their next event, a sponsor of their online summit. We've done this several times, and this is actually low hanging fruit, some of these websites that run conferences and big podcasts, the incredible amount of traffic they have incredible amount of rank. A back link from their website can signal a lot of authority to yours. But the number, one kind of back link you want or from high authorities sites, the number one. The new one driver for your rank will be from these sites for example back links from Forbes and entrepreneur dot. COM HUFFINGTON POST FAST company, these types of brands, these types of publications. They hold a lot of credibility. If you're mentioned and back linked on an article on that site, it's going to help your brand big time. It's not the holy grail. It's not like it's going
Biden Reaffirms Plan To Cancel Student Debt, Reduce Racial Inequality
"This is from Forbes former vice president Joe Biden the presumptive democratic candidate for president has reaffirmed his plan to cancel student loan debt to stimulate the economy and reduce racial disparities in higher education now this is no this is the first time I've heard Mr producer that canceling student loan debt reduces racial disparities in higher education see they can't say it reduces racial disparities because two thirds of Americans have never gone to a four year college and there's an awful lot of minorities who don't go to college so they're saying racial disparities in higher education so now they have racialized the elimination of the student debt so this is what the Democrats do they sit there and try and figure out how can we work people up how can we go after particular constituent group how can we create a particular constituent group pardon previously released a student loan plan in April his proposal would forgive all undergraduate federal student loan debt for borrowers who attended public colleges and universities as well as historically black colleges and universities will those are colleges and universities and private minority serving institutions borrows would earn an income of less who learn it only comes less than a hundred twenty five thousand per year will be eligible for student loan forgiveness by this plan also provides for debt free community college and free college a public colleges and universities for all families who make under a hundred twenty five thousand per year he would crack down on predatory for profit colleges allowing bars to obtain loan forgiveness if they are defrauded by the schools which disproportionately prey on students of color
Trump holds first campaign rally in 110 days
"Last name is president Donald trump's first campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma began with the song Tom petty's I won't back down within minutes Patty's family family releasing releasing a a statement statement demanding demanding the the trump trump campaign campaign cease cease and and desist desist using using the the song song fewer fewer than than seven seven thousand thousand people people heard heard it it though though the the campaign campaign planned planned for for sixty sixty thousand thousand people to attend they say more than one million people registered to attend Forbes magazine though says only sixty two hundred actually showed up before the president even arrived in Oklahoma the outdoor stage I was billed for overflow well they dismantled that wasn't deems necessary pictures from inside the arena show the majority of the top tier of seating empty trump campaign the president blaming the media discouraging turn out they say they also blaming protesters who had set up nearby the arena so if more than one million people requested tickets only sixty two hundred showed up what happened it's possible a movement by folks on social media app tick tock trolled the campaign there pushes by some activists online to register for tickets and then not go just so the arena would look empty we get an update on what was said by the president for correspondent Bob Costantini lack of overflow crowd prompted cancellation of the president speaking outside he blamed that on protesters the police report counter demonstrations were peaceful B. okay arena was packed in the lower level but reporters there and photos revealed it was about two thirds full president trump spoke to the locals when talking about the temps to end an oil price war I called Russia I called Saudi Arabia and we got them to do the right thing and we have already G. backed up almost forty dollars a barrel do you have an energy business campaigns as the paycheck protection program saved four hundred sixty nine thousand Oklahoma jobs as corona virus hit the sooner state I'm Bob Costantini president trump also proposed jailing people who burn the American flag during his rally last night despite the Supreme Court ruling that it is a protected form of freedom of speech while he did not do which he did during the last campaign rallies in twenty sixteen he did not ask the television cameras to pan to the crowd to show how many people were there or in this case not there to see and hear
The Key to Lasting Success with Sam Walker
"Think, about this for a second, does world class leadership look like charismatic energetic bold? Now I got another one for you. What does class leadership actually do? Lead from the front take charge standout as the all star performer. Well, certainly, there are cases where all those things are true, but what's crazy is that sometimes? The greatest leadership comes from the most unexpected places from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help. Business leaders grow themselves their teams in their profits. I'm your host. Alex Judd today. We get to talk with Sam Walker. A sports journalists who became absolutely obsessed with one question. What did the most dominant? Dominant teams in human history have in common and when I say of says folks I mean obsessed. It became a twelve year rabbit hole that came to a conclusion that is absolutely jaw dropping now. The book that details everything Sam found is called the captain class, and was named one of the best business books in two thousand, seventeen by CNBC the new. York Times Forbes in sports illustrated, but this whole preoccupation with champions didn't come from Sam's time with the Red Sox, or with the Bulls, it came from the bombers, his little league baseball team. Yeah the only good grade team I've ever been on. And it came out of nowhere I was in sixth thanks, fifth or sixth grade and. I played with these kids for my neighborhood. We always had the same team. We were terrible. Hopeless and. We lost a little league. You Know Summer League and we really getting beat up all the time, but one year I don't know what happened. You know I just don't know why, but suddenly you know. We started winning, and we had this kid from a different town who came in with pitching, and he's pretty good, and it just all fell together, and it was this magical spirits. I mean. Mean we got to the point where we knew we were win. You know and we won and we won every single game. We won the city championship. It was just our parents were baffled I. Mean they're sitting there? Like whose kids are these? You know and we knew that we weren't any different. We the same the same hopeless. You guys you slide balls. ROLE BETWEEN OUR LEGS strike out. Swinging, but something something was different, and I got really obsessed i. kind of assumed when I. was that age that this would happen again I would. I would experience this again and you only really never did I play. Sports play played on some decent teams, but never a great one and. I went through most of my career in journalism, and I finally got to a great team at the Wall Street. Journal the Sports Team that we started was was like that I think, but but I never happened again. I was baffled and I felt like I needed to figure out. It was always in the back of my head. Like what was that? And how do you achieve that? And what is that magical alchemy? It's not. Not Talent it's something else. And what is that I think that was one of the things that really pushed me towards this topic, and it sounds like that passion or that question was just reinforced by the work. You're doing in sports journalism by what you were seeing in locker rooms and gains. Is that right? It's totally true. I mean I think you gravitate to things that are strange to you or that you don't understand. You know, I started as a sports writer. You know my first assignment. Funny enough was the Chicago Bulls. You know Michael Jordan's second game back from his charmer, so I saw a lot of these great teams up close and. I saw a lot of bad teams two teams. We're supposed to be great, but then didn't cut it for some reason and. It was fascinating to me because I thought. I knew what a great team was. My job was weird. I I really cover championships major events so I spent a lot of time around the great teams, and I had a sense for what a great team was like when it was all together, but I didn't completely understand what that was. What was that thing that they had? And really it all came together, and I decided to start writing this book in two thousand four, when I spent a lot of time with the Boston Red Sox I mean from the early days of spring training I was with them all the time and more time than I'd ever spent with another team and. I think much I thought they were funny. Group of guys and they were really entertaining, but they didn't have that serious purpose that I'd seen in great teams and. Sure enough in the middle of summer they were left for dead I mean there are nine and a half games back of the Yankees? Everyone just gave up on them and. Then, all of a sudden August, something happened and something just clicked, and they were completely different team. They just came that unstoppable force like all those other teams I've seen, and of course the rest is history. They came back and made the playoffs and. Took down the Yankees after losing the first three games, and won their first world series and eighty something years and This is famous team. Right and I missed. You know I didn't what happened like. I felt like something. There's something more than talent. There's something more than strategy. There's something about the chemistry of people that makes group great, and I became obsessed with that and decided that I had to just really dive in and try to figure it out, and when you set out to answer that question like what is that thing? What is that a serial? The thing that I can't quite label but I know it's there. What is that thing were? Were you thinking Oh man. This is going to be a book, or this is GonNa, take a long time to figure out. What was your thought process? Then saying I was immediate I thought he will come for the Wall Street Journal. I wrote a column nine hundred column. I was like Oh. I'm just GONNA go get here. The best teams in I'll take I'll spend a week. Looking at and I'll say Oh, here's what it is. Problem solved. And I realized right away. That was not going to happen, and it turns project. It just kept growing and growing, and I realized that it was just a giant rabbit hole. And I just went right down and. Well I'm so glad. You went down the rabbit hole, though but twelve years twelve years. That's how long the research took. Own Word it's crazy. It was crazy. I could've written I in five books and that time.
Kylie Jenner tops Forbes's richest celebrities list
"Is out with their annual celebrity. One hundred list of the highest paid celebrities Konya is on the list. He actually comes in at number two. He comes in behind Kylie. Jenner now I know Kylie Jenner may not be a billionaire, but she is still number one. She is the richest celebrity you ready for this. She made five hundred ninety million over this past
"forbes" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
"This is what's ahead and I'm Steve. Forbes my special guest today is one of my five daughters more Forbes. Those you'll hear she doesn't act like a guest. What did you WanNa be when you grew up farther to five perfect orders so close? That's right to celebrate the one year anniversary of what's ahead. My daughter Maura is giving me the very special gift of taking over my show. Although as our sisters Sabina Roberta Katherine Elizabeth would tell you quite capable of doing the same thing in this time of social isolation maybe all be so lucky as to have meaningful conversations with the people we love even if it means giving up our spot in the host chair in case you didn't know more also happens to be the executive vice president of Forbes Media The publisher Forbes Women and one of the five daughters whom I'm very proud Moore's takeover interview in a moment but now what's ahead of course all the focus is on the covert nineteen crisis and we get those daily briefings and I have nothing to add to that except to say. Watch out for what happens with the hydroxy chloride when combined with the Z pack. That is a prophet not cure for the disease but a good treatment. Most of the medical establishment is very very skeptical. But one exception Dr Oz. We had Dr Oz on this podcast several weeks ago and a two part series. He sees the virtue of it. I think it's going to save the day for millions of people from unnecessary suffering going over to the political front. Yes there's still a presidential election out there. If Joe Biden falters somebody will have to step in Andrew. Cuomo governor of New York has impressed a lot of people with the ways handled the Cova nineteen crisis so even though politics has been shoved into the background outside of Capitol Hill. A lot of things going on behind the scenes stay tuned on the Senate side. They finally pass that bill as bail out American industry. It's not a bail out. It's a rescue package for. We're GONNA spend days and days ahead finding out the details of it but at least the job got done in. The American economy won't completely shut down. Things are happening around the world the US is beginning of final withdrawal from Afghanistan. I think it's premature. Watch out what happens. They're the bad guys. They're not going to go into hiding. They're going to be plotting again- other things around the world. China still continuing its aggressive. Diplomacy and on the economic front Europe is going into a severe contraction. Will they make the structural changes to prevent a very very serious recession? So the viruses still. There will be plenty of debate on whether we should be still in lockdown or how we move out of it how we do it in various sections of the country but eventually this crisis will pass and the big world out there. The good and the bad will still be with us. My Special Guest. Today is more reforms what you're taking over the show. I have to answer questions. What is this? You're supposed to be the child. I'm the Father? I've storms the castle Well as as my father said I am more a Forbes referred to in our families daughter number four one five daughters and today. I'm so excited to put my father in the hot seat and turn the tables is actually the first time that. I've sat down and interviewed my father at least in this format. I feel like I did that as a kid to you. And just because you can't see my father right now I know he is has been up in up at night worried anxious. He's in the hot seat. He knows I'm going to ask the tough questions. Are you ready that yes you finally get revenge after forty years go ahead? It's payback time. This is really fun for me because this was a really interesting time to take a step back because obviously I have known you all my life but I really wanted time to talk about your back story. And some of the more formative experiences In Your Life Avi Save Them from a different vantage point And sort of hear your perspectives. On how you've navigated your career your success but also the ups and downs many downs. Probably I created as well at times and and this is just really fun for me. So thank you good to be here. I hope and Remember I'm still here in this world wills can change okay. Well Duly noted I want to rewind the clock to childhood. I'd be curious what did you what did you. WanNa to be when you grow up a father. Five perfect daughters so close almost perfect one year youngster obviously every occupation interest. You whether the boat Captain Firefighter Police Officer Airlines Baseball player Rockstar. All of the above is so much more virtue and Elvis Presley than my parents. Did you though nurtured a love of history of politics at a very very young age. Talk about some of the more formative influences it really shaped these passions that. I see day in day out in your life today. Well as you know your grandfather. My father was in politics. As a young man he wanted to become president. The United States Eventually got elected to the state legislature and around nineteen fifty five when I was seven eight years old. He was in a tight race for re-election so as a kid you get involved in these things you go to rallies you picnics very fond. Get to eat. Hamburgers and hot. Dogs don't have to make speeches and followed the race closely and on election night. My father said even though you're supposed to be in bed at eight o'clock or whatever he took me to The Republican headquarters where the returns were going to be coming in so we won and that wetted my appetite wanted to learn more about it and he had in his library what they call legislative manuals each year. The legislature comes out with a book of things about the New Jersey election returns everything so I'd start going through them and That kindle my interest in politics and as a kid Kids have animals teddy bears and whatever tigers and lions whatever and One of the things I did with my siblings because I was the oldest one and therefore I could make things happen with them where they liked it or not was to hold elections between the various animals. And you collect the most animals to win the election so That started that and then two years later My father your grandfather ran for governor and got the Republican nomination but as he put it he was nosed out by landslide in the General Election. Which was shattering for me. I thought he was going to win. Always it like free to see him loose Well it wasn't expected even though I'd read the newspapers I just didn't think of what happened. You don't think it would happen but studied When it my appetite to learn more about elections and That's why put in his will my father that I would inherit those Manuals which go back annual manuals back to the eighteen seventies Roy. Anyone else would read those things but I happen to like them before we talk more about sort of your career trajectory. I just want to ask you. What was the greatest insight or lesson that you learned from both your father and your mother from My father I realized at a fairly young age he was not like other fathers cow In the way he saw the world was very unique The way he would do unconventional things even before he really went unconventional riding motorcycles. In the like you could tell he's always itching to try something always talking about Taking a boat of course the Pacific. This was a person. As long as he wasn't disciplining you a worth listening to and As a youngster. He was a very tough disciplinarian You knew what the wrath of God meant when he He he felt you done. Something wrong was amazing as we got older is he knew how to let loose and in effect. Let.
"forbes" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
"This is what's ahead and i'm steve forbes in a minute. We'll we'll hear from david johnson founder and boss of the boston group money management firm these volatile times in the stock market year wanna hear what he says because because he shows you how you can receive money and even if the market goes up or down cash will come in. You won't want to miss this one but first. Here's is what's ahead this week. Well allots had for the week. You're going to hear numbers around one fifty one fifty referred to the yields onto year treasuries treasuries and ten year treasuries right now what they call the yield curve what that means is when they say inverted yield curve remember that for your next cocktail party inverted yield curve means that short term rates i e the two year treasury bond is yielding more than ten years and they say that's a sign of a looming recession shen which has helped royal the markets this week there are a lot of factors going into that were not on the eve of a recession yet unless we go and make more mistakes on the trade front but that can be salvaged but you're going to hear a lot about the number one fifty. That's about what year the both those bonds are yielding one and a half percent. They love the thing basis points one point five two means one point five two percent hundred and fifty two basis points so bone up on that and you'll sound sound extremely knowledgeable. This week marks the one hundredth birthday of my father malcolm forbes. He's not with us. He died <hes> some twenty nine years ago but at forbes this week we celebrated the centennial. He was sort of the heart and spirit of this company. His father founded it. He helped establish. The forbes bran is a world global brand standing for entrepreneurial striving success and the good life whether as riding motorcycles whether it was ballooning whether it was entertainment on a scale never seen before he didn't spend a lot of money on it but sure got a big bang for those bucks like a good scotsman. He established the forbes brand and we've been building on it ever since he had a very playful side to himself. Just one example among many back in the nineteen sixties dictator of china mao tse tung had red book called the sayings of chairman mao muir supposed in china have one wave the red book at rallies well. My father thought he would do a capitalist version so we had the sang's of chairman. Malcolm in the caller was golden money green. We had some of his pithy sayings but to market the book you dedications on books are usually one or two people he put in five thousand of his nearest and dearest friends relatives people who worked at forbes advertisers. There's potential advertisers so five thousand people got a book dedicated to them now. You've got a book dedicated to yourself even if you had four thousand nine hundred ninety nine others. It's something you will treasure not likely throw away so one example among many of his unique marketing of course hong kong on a grimmer are subject will be in the news. Obviously the protesters are upping. They now want people withdraw money from a._t._m.'s. How are they going to resolve this as they both sides dig in. Will there be another tiananmen. Square will one way to get around it. Put the diplomats to work is take the original treaty that britain signed with china nineteen in eighty four for the handover in nineteen ninety seven and both sides vow here too. The treaty china's been chipping away at it. They've denied it but they've been chipping away added. The chinese will say well of course it here to the treaty that way they can say they are not backing down in the face of protests and the protesters lee some. I'm willing knowledge. Yes we should not commit violence and all that good stuff. Diplomats must be at work finding a face saving way to get the new back off that protesters made their point their freedoms are not to be trampled on and now they have to find a way to make sure they don't lose it all and hong kong one of the great success stories as the post world war two period doesn't come to a tragic and iran not situation continues to simmer as we try to seize a tanker docked in gibraltar took like we're not going to be able to do it but the iranians are going to continue to ramp that thing up those sanctions are hurting going to hear more from that and on the presidential aside the democrats are starting to drop out a lot of them are going to be running for the senate watch for him and others to be dropping out and pursuing as they say other opportunities in the political sphere. This week will hear home sales on wednesday the twenty first. We'll get a report on existing home sales on friday the twenty third. We'll get new new residential home sales. Housing market has been rather wobbly and we'll see if that wobbly nisus continuing. I'm betting that it is on thursday. The twenty second we'll get at the weekly unemployment. Insurance report is an indicator of how difficult they're finding jobs. How many are being laid off. That report should be a fairly good one in the current circumstances. It is a lagging indicator but if that should disappoint that would be a real shock. Oh my special guest today today's david bonderman. He's the founder managing partner and chief investment officer of the boston group. He's also been a forbes contributor and he's <music> author of the new book that case for dividend growth investing in a post-crisis world david. Thank you so much for coming in. Thank you for having me steve. I have to say a book like that and times like this sounds like a fuddy duddy unsexy boring lower turn approach for retirees totally early uncall- in this age of fangs yet you say dividend growth and i underline that word growth dividend growth investing is and i quote the best opportunity for passive wealth creation ever invented in your book you make reference you're born in nineteen seventy four and and you point out that if you invested in the utility sector verses nasdaq.
"forbes" Discussed on Forbes Under 30
"Like if i see things my way because that's how i was taught in school and that's what my parents told me and that's what i learned when i go to religious services and then i'm talking to this person who lives a completely one hundred eighty degrees different side of the coin and they experienced the same things from a completely different perspective and i know that they're not just like a propaganda machine because they're my friend and then it's it's a way of really opening up people senses of themselves of others and of the world iran's roofing narrative exactly and then combining all of that in the in the model with the common goal of performing ensemble which is of course to give a good performance together and that has the added benefit of also being a platform for spreading the message of the group through our performances can you give us a sense of how divided jerusalem is basically east jerusalem is is majority palestinian west jerusalem as majority jewish and these are vast majorities was the poet almost as an influence for you at all or somebody that like the type of person that finds the shared sense of community and narrative in victimhood yeah i think almost is is an inspiration just by virtue of his work though i wasn't actually exposed to it much until after i'd already started the chorus but i think i mean mostly i had i had been exposed to both sort of the different elements of the chorus in my own life growing up and then through pursuing the connection between these things i saw that really starting chorus like this with these different elements was what i wanted to do when i saw that they could be combined in a really powerful way let's talk about the peace because the seizure pieces it can you were fourteen fifteen when you were there yeah why turned fifteen in the middle of the session okay so you're fifteen at seeds of peace and explain what that's in maine right as a campaign and why don't you tell us what it is sure seeds of peace is a summer camp in a dialog program for teens from conflict regions and also americans now also british folk but not when i was there and the idea of the camp is basically through normal summer camp experiences through creating these kinds of friendships and relationships combined with an intensive facilitated dialogue program that's the core of the camp experience you create the same kinds of relationships and transformation that i was talking about in the chorus and you the idea of seeds of pieces to take sort of potential leaders from these different sides of of different conflicts and give them this transformative experience when they're young and able to change their minds or see things more broadly more easily when they're not as convinced that they'd seen everything and then the idea the ultimate dream is that one day the sort of that the leaders of both sides or multiple sides of whatever conflict will both be seeds of peace graduates who have this shared experience in shared language and shared identity that helps transcend the divisive national identities that they came within the first place mike when did you have the idea to form the the course the more time i spent involved with seeds the more i saw that music play the same role even in that context where people were supposed to have nothing in common to build a sense of shared identity in community and then i thought wow this is really what i wanted to i wanna combine right this musical power with this dialogue power and and do it in a performing on sombor 'cause that was basically what i did throughout my life was singing singing groups and and i thought you rousselin was the place to do it and that then actually became my senior thesis in college was ken the model that sees a piece uses where you have music and dialogues that are working in parallel and then i said okay can you take this model and apply on the ground in jerusalem in a sustained way we're gonna take a quick break we'll be right back if you're enjoying forbes under thirty you're not going to want to miss no excuses with john taffer shut it down and listen to john the award winning hospitality legend as he brings his straight talk and unapologetic approach to daily topics and current events you don't wanna miss his latest interviews with adam corolla and rj bill the host of the dream preview on podcast one so download no excuses every tuesday on podcast one podcast one.
"forbes" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money
"The following program is brought to you by your friends podcast one welcome to the forbes sports money podcast i'm your host majko's iranian on this show we talk about the business of sports despite great pleasure today to have kyle martino as my guest kyle was a tremendous soccer player from high school through college through major league soccer also played internationally uh most of you know and i've enjoyed him as the color analysts for nbc sports coverage of soccer a cow currently is on unpaid leave as he is a candidate to become president of the united states soccer kyle thanks a lot for coming on the show no thanks so much for having me and thank you for it for that reason i just had flashback to the fact that i actually used to be a player i forgot about those days though that's okay i i you know what i played some soccer to though what i played was probably more akin to kick ball up through college and as bad as i was i still have fleshed backs to and what's funny is over time i've become better and better you know and in probably in another ten or fifteen years of my memory is still together i will probably be as good as you were maybe even better so they probably better after you have to make sure you grow your hair longo i was the only aspect of my game that i but i got any compliments about.
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"Of a share really funny story with you for two minutes uh because it was important to him i did this fully employed program which was like a nighttime college thing over so i would go to work all day from nine a m to six at an all night from six to ten and it was like an accelerated programme so if you missed one class it was like missing three weeks of semester so it took me for years and years i was there and lows like 24 25 just trying to find you had the at the degree for well that's the thing is i ended up not i ended up not getting it i ended up becoming a dropouts so to speak because you know i'd have to go visit a client and indonesia art had a visit a client in tokyo and i would lose a what's what would amount to three weeks of a normal semester right because i was just gone for a week and the so i ended up not finishing and and the a college dropout and when forbes wrote the thirty enter thirty thing they rope drop out i think has kind of more proud about that than anything away so how did it stretch you when you took over and when where did your talents lie like how did you you've said you had you have more of a brain for the business side and your father was a master marketer and salesmen well it was really a great opportunity for me to learn because we have such an amazing group of people in business that they know it ev all the ins and outs and because the business has been around for so long there's seen so many different challenges over the years so i was able to just for the first few years uh luckily absorb like a sponge everything that was going on around me and learn from the people and respect the people uh who which i still do today who have been in the organization for years and that's something that we should all do regardless of our age in of somebody has experience in something that's invaluable and i always tell my friends who are in similar situations that i am with maybe maybe they're not exactly in the.
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"Also follow other sports and but what is happening is they are taking some time away from their viewership of nba or nhl or or um or nfl to watch e sports and it is one of the reasons why um the existing leagues in teams in need to take notice and we'll be right back after this quick break the forbes sports money podcast is brought to you by lifelock akwa socks recently announced a breach of one hundred and forty three million identities and you need to take steps to get protection the among the millions who trust their identity theft protection to lifelock go to lifelock dot com use promo code forbes for ten percent off what are you saw to see the model being in terms of uh the future organization and professionalism of these sports well first of all we we should expect that uh that we're gonna see number of the east sports stars move into the realm of the top uh whether tennis or golf were nath car stars so so far we these people aren't getting the kind of sponsorship money the not getting the kind of recognition they're not household name but they will be and uh and and whether they're playing doda to or league of legends uh they're they're gaining a tremendous amount of fan falling so i think these people are likely to move into the mainstream and the price levels for these games are also likely to reach the levels of of other prizes for further sports and then finally there are likely to gain huge sponsorship dollars.
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"I don't think you'll make the playoffs right away but again they really treated way some guys to get some good assets like probably in your you look at three four five years down the road young kid start to develop like they're going to be a real quality team which i think is fantastic for the leaks so have a decent team to start with the big citing at first the novelties going to wear off a little bit after a couple of years but as that happens it gutters young kids coming in uh man i i think there will be there they have the chance to be a very good team in three to four years and taking a break to say there's this place in bali where you can play eighteen halls next to an active volcano there's this found in miami that goes off with every home run there is a subway line in new york that will take you straight to both arenas there's an exciting and thrilling world waiting and no other card let you experience it like the business platinum card from american express backed by the service and security of american express and this podcast is brought to you by a way away offers first class luggage at a coach price visit away travel dot com slash forbes and use promo code forbes to receive twenty dollars off a suitcase vats away travel dot com slash forbes fancy football season is here and we've got the best fantasy football podcast anywhere because you've got the best fantasy football analysts in evans silva from wrote a world that god make sure you subscribe to the fantasy peace podcasts you can hear me ross tucker get evans rankings and draft strategies to edge you need this year that's dependency 'this podcast available in the podcast one app or wherever podcast found.
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"Welcome to broadcast one we hope you'll support our sponsors bringing of these podcast absolutely free in with limited interruptions and of course we appreciate you listening to the show which will get started in just the second forbes warts money is brought to you by wordpress dot com wordpress powers 27 percent of all websites including forbes blogs get fifteen percent off your new website today at wordpresscom slash forbes that's wordpresscomtim forbes or this is forbes sports money on podcast one and i'm your host majko's ainu this show is all about the business of sports my guest today is andrew mesic ceo of iron man so andrew i could do about probably nineteen push ups i could maybe jog two miles two and a half somewhere around erin and swim ah i don't know maybe a lap and a half my kind of ironman ready you just need to practice more that saw i i my memory of ironman watch it when i was a kid was back in in the in the late seventies iding 1978 do i have that right is at about when ironman started the first ironman race was in 1978 and that was the combination of the white key rough water swim on awad who the around awad who bike race and the honolulu marathon and give me a little bit of the history of how iron mans progress over time and where it stands today well back back in 1978 there were fifteen starters for the very first ironman race on a wall who and thirteen people finished.
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"And i'm also thinking about this from the sense from forbes ripe because we've gone through this siege change ourselves where you know five six years ago the vast majority of our content was consumed by people who were reading the print version of forbes magazine um now are online audience is gotten huge and in particular the fastestgrowing part of that is mobile but it's hard more challenging to monetize because of the rates advertisers are willing to pay for the digital side so playing devil's advocate as i look at these sports league is it possible that uh the fragmentation that you described it and hence the dimunitive shen in each audiences delivery modes expand could lead to if not a decline a a slower growth rate in the media rights revenues of these sports leagues well it it just depends i think the answer is yes no really depends on who you are right so that all goes back as you know it all was back to consumption right so obviously if you're the nfl and you've got thirty million people a week watching your products um that's a pretty good place to be because there's nowhere else in media uh with with zero exception is that you uh as an advertiser can by you know that type of consumption so the and that's why the nfl's been successful kinda slicing enticing their rights more so than than any other property just because you know they they are heads entails above anybody else in terms of the popularity of their other programming you donate you just sort of go down the list here and i think.
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"We're gonna take a quick break we'll be right back hey i'm a man awesome host of beyond the film room where we take the muzzle all the mouth of a mere athletes every thursday join me in your favor sports figures as we tackle the unchartered topical sport and discussed the farreaching impact outside of the stadium itself download episodes every thursday a podcast onecom the podcast one at four subscribed i tombs the forbes sports money podcast is brought to you by wordpress dot com wordpress powers twenty percent of all websites including forbes blog post to get 15 percent off your new website today at wordpresscom slash forbes that's wordpresscomtim forbes and i think that's a big point because if i'm not mistaken as you mentioned the nfl's big deals with espn and then also with the networks comes up i think in twenty twenty two twenty twenty one i believe major league baseball they have deals with turner and fox as well and i think those deals also come up somewhere around that time and then the nba think goes through 2024 or something like that there's sort of this window that they have to figure this out and it's very important because you know somebody like me is looking at this always to the context you know first of team valuations you know how much team's worth cassettes that's my gig and media writes the revenue that comes with meteorites uh or like the key thing that drives these values so to be able for these t leaks to be able to do uh monetize the digital side is is going to be so important let me play devil's advocate here for a second um.