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Fresh update on "fortune magazine" discussed on Toby and Chilli
"New projects. New things. It seems to be the time of year to try them. Where Toby and chilly in the morning 97.1 Wash. FM Chill You were telling me that you've started something new. Well, I want to make a vision board for the first time in my life. I have never made one Have you know he did. It takes up too much time. I don't think I have that kind of focus. My a D h d would be all over the place. I'm like, huh? Yeah. You don't even know what you're doing later today. Fine for the next year. Okay, So it's basically if you don't know you print out some Pictures of things that will relate to some of your micro goals major goals for the upcoming year. So for this year, I'm going to get a big White board and I'm going to cut through magazines and look for things that are related to meditation or yoga. Maybe a picture of a beach house because I like to get to the beach this year. Something to do with my health de cluttering. So maybe I'll have pictures of nice little shelving or something like that. Whatever like the list goes on and on. It just depends. Ends on what your personal goals are. And I'm gonna hang it up in front of me here in the studio where I am in the basement, so that every day you look at this vision board and they say by doing that you're sort of manifesting those things because they're constant reminder of where you wanted to be. Does that make sense? I'm gonna tell you the first thing you need to cut out of whatever magazine actually, I'll tell you the magazine Divine what I would cut out if I were you. I would go get Fortune magazine and looked for pictures of stacks of money Because in order to make your visions come true, you need to put that on your man. Attestation Board Vision board first just stacks of money because why is it? I don't know why, But all of these things we envision seemed to be expensive. Well, not necessarily. Not if the things you're envisioning or quality time with family because you missed out on it last year, or if you're envisioning hosting more parties because you couldn't last year, I'm not going for like Buying a beach house. I just want to go to a beach house. Yeah, I'll sleep in somebody's guest room. Just let me be at the beach. You feeling me? So I'm going to try to buy some of the materials this weekend and get started, But that's where I'm going. That's gonna be my new thing. Let's see if it works. Wait a minute. You're actually going to go to a store and shop for craft supplies in real life in person online. They have lots of supplies that delivered to your door. I was gonna say we're already starting to see Chili's vision. Of leaving the basement coming to fruition for 2021. We're closing in on the weekends. It's 97.1 Wash FM with Toby and chilly in the morning. Hang out because coming up we want to hear about the ways you have pampered your pets. What have you done for the four legged, furry friend in your life? We're talking about it coming up is still being Julian. Morning continues. Hang out now. Traffic Lisa baiting what's going on? Accident North Bend on 28 near Dulles Airport before Sterling Boulevard that was moved to the side. So removing a lot better. I'm going to Forest Bill Maryland, Now South, Better outbound Pennsylvania Avenue After the Beltway. The first light was failure rolled..
Los Angeles Vaccine Recipients Can Put the Proof in Apple Wallet
"Digital patient vaccination records could be the foundation for a vaccine Passport. I'm Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine with inside business, a company called Health of Ana. Has partnered with Los Angeles County to provide covert 19 vaccination Tracking for those who get the shot, the system will send patients follow up reminders to return for the required second dose. Of the fires are beyond Tech or Madonna vaccines. Medical facilities keep vaccine records, but medical administrators don't have the capacity to track the timing of millions of necessary follow up doses and inform patients directly. That matters because the two covert 19 vaccines currently approved for emergency use in the U. S. Are fully effective only after a second dose health. Vonna says its records also create a verifiable proof of vaccination sometimes discussed as a vaccine passport. It could be stored digitally in an apple wallet or similar systems, which already provide authenticated and secure storage of official records. Such a student ID's airline boarding passes and event tickets. Secure digital vaccine records could, in theory be used to safely allow access to places or activities such as airlines or public events, where there's a high risk of Corona virus transmission. For now, there's no official state or national U. S policy or broad private sector consensus about how such a system might work, But health, Juana says it's in discussions with facilities about using its certifications for that purpose
Google denies violating antitrust laws
"Why Google says it hasn't violated the antitrust laws. I'm Geoff Colvin in Fortune magazine with inside business. A Justice Department lawsuit accuses Google of crushing competition through exclusive agreements with mobile carriers and device makers, including Apple. What makes Google their default search engine as a result, says the lawsuit. Google dominates digital ads making it nearly impossible for others to compete. But the company claims it faces plenty of competition because Internet users rely on many APS not just Google to find information. Consumers may search Expedia for flights used Twitter to scan for news and browse Amazon for whatever they want to buy, and nothing stops consumers from downloading other search engines. It only takes a few clicks. The company also notes that it's major rivals and digital ads. Are also giants Facebook, Amazon and Apple. They continue to grow their ad business is assigned. Google isn't shutting out competitors. Google's most important argument may be that the government has failed to show that Google's behavior is harming consumers. And key to any antitrust cases that the targeted company has used its dominance to cause consumer harm. Google says its services in deals benefit consumers, and by the way it's free. The Justice Department has spent a year developing this case, and it's the biggest anti trust case in years. The battle could be quite a spectacle. Inside business. I'm
George Clooney's secret to cutting his hair, as seen on TV
"No fancy hair salons for George Clooney he uses something that you might have heard about on TV before the vote only a skilled professional could produce a good layered hair cut don't believe the hype well believe George Clooney the Oscar winning actor says he is a user of the iconic flow be here cutting system he tells CBS Sunday morning he's been cutting his own hair for about a quarter century now and to do it he's been using the as seen on TV device could he says when he uses his flow beat his hair cuts take literally two minutes with a corona virus pandemic closing or limiting visits to a hair salon or barber in some areas fortune magazine reported back in March that flow B. sales had surged the company did not immediately respond to requests for comment about the unsolicited celebrity endorsement by Khunti I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"fortune magazine" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine With inside business. The idea of dining outdoors in, say, Chicago in winter is not immediately inviting. That's why the city of Chicago and the idea design firm Crowdsourced over 600 ideas for the future of winter outdoor dining. Contest was open to anyone anywhere among the winners. The simplest idea was just a table with the heater attached to its underside. Ah, blanket over the table, going down to the ground and a flat surface on top of the blanket. Diners could put the blanket over their laps. Nice, but not if it's snowing. More elaborate wasn't enclosed little hut that can fit in a standard parking space. Each would have radiant floor heating, sealing vents for air circulation and transparent walls. So patrons feel part of a group while keeping socially distant. A similar idea would not be fully enclosed, but would have curtains toe hold in the heat when necessary. Units would come with a built in table and chairs as well as radiant heating and could be fastened together to accommodate parties of varying sizes. Each of those three winning entries will receive $5000 and will be tested on Chicago streets and soon in Chicago winter weather. For much more business news and insight. Stop my fortune dot com Inside business. I'm Geoff Colvin for CBS News got the update on traffic and weather Next? Nearly half of dermatologists say they were not adequately trained to treat skin of color. Gasoline is taking action to trained dermatologists and improve skin health care for people with black and brown skin. Find out more. Vasselin dot com. Monday. Our neighbors are back. You stupid therapist says that we're having intimacy problems, and now she's cut me off four month Dr Chan made us do that, too. But the No. In November Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield star. I'm already going crazy. I felt two melons on the counter and almost had to take a cold shower, CBS original comedy the neighborhood. You and I will always be there to keep each other warm growth. New Monday. 87 Central Hunt, CBS. People everywhere want answers. Critics are calling Stephen Colbert, the hottest late night host, boom bombshell. Riveting watch What gripping television? Wow, a beacon of hope in humanity. I'm so excited that.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on The Business of Content
"I never thought about in also like coming up with new ideas like you need dedicated time for that Interest sometimes. I have to like just because this is a cool idea. I want to spend eight hours writing. This will have any sort of impact on the business or my just doing this. Just because i think it's cool sometimes. That's okay but you know over and over and over again it's not okay and you need to kind of move faster and think think on your feet a little bit more to to be able to evolve the business in also like saying no to a lot of things. I'm still not used to that. I'm just like oh my god. I'm su- honor that they would event you know asked me to do something that i saved. Yes to absolutely everything in a new. Look at your counter. you're like. Oh my god i have no time yeah know. Nothing's worse than like realizing that three weeks ago. You booked up all your afternoon and then suddenly the day of report. You're hoping to write and you're like. Oh my god i said yes to all these phone calls and it's really hard to switch back to writing mode. Yeah i mean. I i feel like i need at least a solid two to three hours of of time to even get in the mode and be able to like start writing. I can't like rights and then do a phone call right another hour like that mac. It's interesting what you're saying about the business side. I had someone on very successful. It's now a subject. Newsletter called the browser. They have like thousand subscribers rouser and he actually like hired a quote unquote. Ceo's just his job is just to think about new business opportunities and stuff like that. So that the guy who runs it connection to focus on writing the newsletter. Actually the browser. I listened to Robert robert cottrell right. I right before. I left Fortune i been shown everything he wrote. A did all the podcasts. He did because his journey is very waste. Lord mind the week he thinks about things is very similar so i was very inspired by him. At why you've done also will. This was a lot of fun. Thanks so much for joining the work of people find you online inky so much really appreciate it on. They can find me at the profile dot com. Great we'll Thanks so much for joining us. Really appreciate it okay. Thanks for joining us. I'm actually on the lookout for new guests for this podcast. So if you do interesting stuff and digital content. Whether you're you're a fulltime youtuber a media executive or run a cool niche newsletter definitely. Reach out my email addresses simon's at mail dot com. Okay see you next week..
"fortune magazine" Discussed on The Business of Content
"I didn't listen to him the first time so at when i started a sort of experimenting with the paid version in january when i started thinking about leaving so i had it at ten dollars a month. One hundred dollars a year so that happened and a few people converted. But not enough. Where i was like. Oh this is definitely working and a lot of feedback where people said. Hey played hundred the little too high. But i would pay fifty so like i got enough of those rob like okay. That makes sense so then i just i i think yeah. I just dropped it to fifty. I think it was in march and it stayed there since talking me about what are the different offerings for the page versus the free versions of the newsletter absolutely so the profile currently has two products. The first is a free weekly email. That comes out every sunday morning. Anna curates at the most interesting long form profiles on the internet. But these are eight or nine recommendations. They're all very deeply reported. Profiles a second product is basically a premium offering which includes in the sunday email. You get to additional sections which are audio and video recommendations Always have to be profiles but they do. It is typically one person. So it's documentary or a talker. An interesting podcast. They listen to and then the other thing that they get on wednesday every single wednesday i published the dossier which is a weekly deep dive on prominent individual Whether it's ariel investments mellody hobson. Today's was Rock climbers tommy caldwell. It's it ranges the gamut it's business it's entertainment it's sports. It doesn't have basically the way. I do it as i start with an idea and then i find the person who is the best embodying of that idea that i could learn them and did your paid offering evolving when i started my paid offering I kind of was just like oh. I'll just produce an extra newsletter every week and that'll be debate offering. And then i realized i started talking to other people in the space to like. Do people really want more of what they're already getting for free..
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex: ‘If you listen to what I actually say, it’s not controversial’
"Meghan Markle is sharing how she deals with her haters and a discussion for Fortune Magazine's most powerful women summit. She says that she has a sense of humor about it and just keeps real. It's about being authentic, and if you look back at anything that I've said. It's really interesting because it often ends up what ends up being inflammatory. It seems is people's interpretation of it, but if you listen to what I actually say. It's not controversial. And actually some of it is is reactive to things that just haven't happened. Okay. So she talks about being authentic guys thing Meghan Markle is authentic that girl in your group who's like I'm real I like to say like it is I'm always real. Things that you say because I truly think that she is very careful with her words because I do some very smart with it. She's very smart. It's the things that she doesn't say. The things that she didn't say about moving her family from one side one side of the world to the Knicks how hard that could be. She's not saying she hates her inlaws everybody as their in laws give us a little. She says what? Sometimes it's hard. We ever is the Queen. I. Don't think you could say that I mean I think she has to show respect to the authority that the clean has and says, she can't be wine. Lovely. As much as anybody else. But every now and then you can admit sometimes crosses the line. Is. Not. Her mother law is not the Queen of England or or the Prince of England like it's totally different think and she's tried to navigate I think I think I will say in their defense I think she realized that she was not going to be able to survive in that reality of being a part of the royal family, the Royal World and the Royal Protocols they have now moved to the United States. They haven't been here that long we've been in a quarantine for the majority of. The time that they've here. So I feel like now she's going to figure out and navigate and see how she's going to navigate through becoming more authentic and approachable. But also you think about it with the royals are the only sort of old old school institution where like not everything is on and not everything is on instagram. They're not putting all of their business out there and so I think she's authentic to the level that she can be authentic actually don't even really do that many interviews so. We just bits and pieces here and there and maybe. Not, working down more she's up breaking her breakfast smoothie in the morning for.
Yahoo's Ugly Death
"The name is synonymous with a time when all of our lives were simpler when facebook was an actual books full of students faces computers made weird sounds when the connected to the Internet and downloading a one minute long video can take all night. Eddie tight yet who was one of the four or five most popular websites in the world with billions of views, every month and evaluation well, over one hundred, billion dollars. But as the two thousands turned into twenty tens, the web changed massively and your who was faced with the difficult task of changing with it. Their web portal service model was going out of fashion. We all moved to g mail and Google Search, McCain the front page of the Internet. Despite the fact that ask Jeeves was obviously way better. Many of Yahoo's services remained relatively popular, but they were no longer trendsetting no longer growing and the company's market capitalization dropped to a fraction of what it once was any remnant of the mindshare or what we might refer to as v Cultural. Capital they once held fell off. So to those of us on the outside yeah, who's fall seemed utterly quiet gradual and most of all inevitable but was it really Forget what you think. You know at least for a moment and consider this from the peak of the DOT COM bubble. Some say the beginning of the end for Yahoo to two thousand, eight, their revenue increased tenfold that success was no fluke either as print publishers struggled with the incoming revolution of online advertising, Yahu was very much on top of it. They were positioned Willie enough that when Microsoft attempted to buy the company for forty, five, billion dollars in. Two Thousand and eight CO founder and CEO Jerry Yang swiftly rejected the offer it was over the following few years that things would start to ten at the company transitioned through five different CEOS in just four years, and in the meantime Google took over the Internet. This would seem like the end of the story except in two thousand and twelve yen made arguably the most significant tire in its history and new CEO who could finally get things going again. Marissa Mayer. was distant for such a role from the beginning. Some college students have hard time in the job market, but after completing her degree at Stanford, Marissa was offered fourteen different jobs including teaching Gig at Carnegie Mellon One of America's leading engineering schools and consulting role at Mackenzie. Arguably, the world's premier consulting for the Young Maria turned down both those offers to become the twentieth employees at a fledgling startup called Google. At Google, she was star in fact, there's hundred percent chance you've run into her work. She oversaw the design of Google's homepage. You know the one you use probably ten times a day she was also one of the three people behind Google Edwards. It's difficult to overstate the importance of Edwards to the Internet as a whole and to the company itself to give you some sense of it. Though, at one point Edwards provided ninety six percent of Google's entire revenue. In fact, you could argue that Edwards and by proxy Melissa Samaya was at least partly responsible for the fall of. yahoos revenue multiplied tenfold between two thousand and two thousand and eight in no small part because of their online advertising. But he declined even faster when Google they're smaller competitor designed a better wage, you connect advertisers with users based on search results. Edwards. So, by the principle that if you can't beat him, you should join him Yahoo in two thousand and twelve hired Marissa Mayer. It was bald and popular choice. The company's stock rose two percent. The day of the announcement Meyer instantly became an icon for women in an industry dominated by men. Then, she got to work changing the company culture. She opened an online portal for employee complaints a system whereby any office problem given sufficient votes by employees would be automatically investigated by management. She oversaw a personnel shift which brought remote employees back into the company's offices Fortune magazine put her in their forty under forty list and ranked her as the sixteenth most powerful businesswoman on the planet. In short things were finally looking up for Ya. At least from the outside on the inside, however, the really really inside a very different story was about to be reading.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I'm Jeff Goldman of fortune magazine with the fortune business update soon is of course the maker of the extremely popular online meeting app yes we all knew the company was doing well as millions of people were confined to their homes revenues of almost tripled from a year ago investors were on to zoom early this year and started beating up the share price what's remarkable is that they still think the company is worth more all the time it has been hitting new highs in recent days pushing the price up nearly two hundred fifty percent this year and giving the company a valuation of sixty seven billion dollars which is close to the valuation of Goldman Sachs but investors should be wary the stock goes up when there's bad news about the spread of covert nineteen when we finally got some good news it could be bad news for zooms shareholders I'm Jeff Goldman WBBM news time ten twenty four a long running contract dispute between the Arlington international racecourse and it's horse owners and trainers continues the daily Herald reports the two sides haven't reached an agreement that would allow for spectator less live racing as soon as July twenty third yesterday the race course made its final offer to the horsemen who will review the proposal over the weekend traffic and weather together in three minutes WBBM news time ten twenty five thousands of locally owned napa stores across the nation chances are that wherever you call home we do too so is America starts opening back up for business it is more of a start getting back out there again will be a big cities.
Carnival Cruise Line to start phasing in service from Miami, Port Canaveral on Aug. 1
"What would it take to get you on a cruise ship this summer the carnival cruise line intends to find out I'm Jeff Goldman of fortune magazine with the fortune business update carnival plans to resume sailing on August first becoming the first major cruise operator in the Americas to outline a return to operations after corona virus outbreaks on several ships shuddered the industry it will restart initially from Galveston Texas and Miami and port Canaveral Florida and if you're reluctant well the companies offering prices as low as twenty eight dollars a day excluding taxes fees and port expenses to get customers
Plastic bags are making a comeback because of COVID-19
"Five disposable plastic bags have quickly gone from band to mandatory I'm Jeff Goldman of fortune magazine with inside business environmentalists worked for years to enact bans on single use plastics shopping bags straws take out containers but now as the coronavirus crisis sweeps the country many of those bands are being reversed reusable bags are now sparking fears that they may carry the virus a shopper who brings a reusable bag that hasn't been washed lately into a store and puts it on to a counter or conveyor belt could spread the infection or at least that's the worry the lead health officer for the Portland Oregon metropolitan area says it's not clear that a virus on a cloth surface is viable and can actually make you sick but the governors of Massachusetts and Illinois have banned or strongly discouraged the use of reusable grocery bags or again suspended its ban on plastic bags and several cities have done the same the plastics industry has seized the moment and is lobbying hard to overturn bans on single use plastics in all eight states that have some version of the ban including the two most populous states California and New York grocery worker unions have joined the chorus it's all a major set back for environmentalists the big question now is whether fear of this and future pandemics will make plastic bags once again the
Mina Kimes' Eclectic Career
"We want to start out by talking about your career which is really interesting to me. You've made some big changes moving from investigative business journalism too long form sports writing and fighting to hosting podcasting and commentating and these are all really. Hartfield to break into. Could you tell us about these transitions? And you know was was sports journalism something. You're always headed towards. None of these jobs were ones that I was doors or ones that I ever aspired to do. You know I kind of fell into all them So now that I've alienated. Everyone right from the trump wants to do these things Yeah no I don. I was going to be like you guys like arts writer or more cultural criticisms kind of interesting to me out of college and then I fell into business. Journalism Durin Internship for magazine called Fortune. Small Business got job at Fortune magazine out of college. Writing about finance and investing moved to doing features than doing investigative features moved to Bloomberg News whereas they're investigative team and I. I've always loved sports but I never aspired to be in sports as a career. Never ASPIRE TO BE ON TELEVISION. Never aspired to do commentary. Espn reached out to me. I'll just didn't really seem like an option for me. Just didn't seem like something that somebody like me would even do quite frankly But but along those lines I don't think business journalism seemed like an option to me. Either I mean when I was in college is just didn't occur to me so. Espn Kinda made the Kimball. The idea for me. They hired me in two thousand fourteen as a features writer. After reading your piece about Your Dad yes. So I wrote a personal essay about football and editor their name. Meghan Ren- greenwell riche down. So you you seem. You seemed like football tweet about it a lot a lot of dumb stuff. She didn't say that. But that's accurate depiction of my twitter and So I was kind of like extensively a serious financial journalist at the time but Football and sports more. Broadly was my passion. So I I was worth twenty nine or something I suppose. Yeah decided to make the leap which was pretty terrifying. What did you grow up wanting to be like as a kid Painter Oh yeah and I still pay not well not a good painter but I do like watercolor sometimes of football players really. Yeah so do you draw them to then or yeah. I do a lot of things I just get I I know insane and then I sometimes I just get a gift. Like a little watercolor set or something. And I'll just use it up and then buy another one. That's what football players do. You have a series of Philip rivers just because I like you so emotive super splitting looking and then I did them all and I said why. Don't want these. So I just auctioned off for Homeless Charity here that works with homelessness that were considered roads a great compassion direction and I was shocked that somebody wanted them and result out of money so I did it again this year. Oh my gosh you do this regularly. Wow that's cool. How much money did you make if you don't well this year? I did so. I did a Korean while. I am obsessed with the kicker young white coup. Oh yeah after the night of three onside kicks legendary night in. Nfl history. And I did a few others like marshawn lynch disguise I liked and I think I sold five of them. Maybe something five or six but I raised thirty five hundred dollars. Wow Wow you definitely interesting. Like if you're selling a five hundred dollars like let's add painter to the bile thank you.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of fortune magazine with the fortune business update the CEO of uber suggested that a downturn in the company's rides business due to the corona virus could be partly balanced by increased orders for its surging food delivery unit uber eats uber isn't the only business to think delivery will thrive when people are increasingly staying home shares of a Chinese food delivery company made to on have jumped as the company has responded to demand their grub hub in the U. S. has also revived after weakening in the face of growing competition zoom video communications is suddenly more popular than ever as in person meetings get canceled worldwide and attendees participate from their computers at home a similar service in China called didn't talk has been around for six years but has now exploded in use as so many workers there had been confined to their homes I'm Jeff Goldman all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey here in trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming at you favorites coming at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new lyrics of the rhetoric progressive casualty insurance company affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law we are here for you whenever a health threat is unfamiliar to people during Heidi level go up with straightforward news coverage people are traveling as much they're not going out to eat as much keepers from to work remotely and more all news all the time right here on KCBS here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New.
Burger Kings Bold Advertising Goes Even Riskier with Moldy Whopper
"You seen the picture yet? The ultra gross. Close up photo of a Burger King Walker sprouting white fur and vivid blue. Green Mold If you haven't seen it yet you probably should. The ad campaign breaks all the rules of advertising the high resolution video and photos so shocking that ad weeks David Greiner wrote quote. There are only two eras in advertising ads. That came out before Burger King's Moldy Walker and adds that came after Burger King's moly robber at the heart of the campaign is a forty five. Second time lapse video that shows a freshwater growing mold over about a month. You know like an old national geographic film of say a butterfly growing in a cocoon. Or maybe the life cycle of a cockroach set to a nineteen fifty-nine recording of Dinah Washington's singing that old classic what a difference a day makes and yes that sparked a chuckle maybe an outright guffaw. The campaign is also sparking a lot of controversy in some circles. It's considered so bold that it's brilliant in others. It's considered a total flop. Nowhere is it. Forgivable in it's endless war with McDonald's Burger King has made a name and won awards as an advertising risk taker but this particular campaign takes the cake. But why why do this to call attention to its plans to roll out a whopper free of artificial preservatives throughout the US. By Year's end the whole point of the ad as evidenced by a Burger King Tweet. The beauty of real food is that it gets ugly given enough time. What Burger King Chief Marketing Officer? Fernando Machado is counting on here. Is that by implication will remember and savor only the good part of that equation. How great fresh food looks and tastes. When it's new you might say. This is a gamble. Burger King says it's already removed all artificial ingredients from walkers in many European countries including France Sweden and Spain according to Market Watch. And it's taken them out of whoppers in four hundred American locations. That's out of about seventy five hundred burger kings in the US going further. The company said all menu items will be free of artificial colors flavors and preservatives at stores in the US and in many European locations. Mcdonald's made a similar announcement three years ago saying it would remove artificial ingredients from seven of its ten burgers market. Watch reported at a wonder what the three are didn't have it removed. Burger King Machado told Fortune magazine that he was inspired by social media photos. People have taken a food so laden with preservatives. They didn't ever look old like six year. Old French fries without a speck of mold or as some have noted it could be an intentional day at the so-called last McDonald's cheeseburger in Iceland which has been on display since two thousand nine when the last McDonald's disappeared from the country. It looks conspicuously unaffected by the ravages of time. According to Ad Week according to the Iceland Review you can watch a livestream although well you know. Nothing happens so far. The Moldy Hopper Campaign has received twenty one million social media impressions that according to Ad Week but sixty percent of those called it disgusting. Still Ad Week writes. That doesn't mean the campaign failed. However since Burger King itself pointed out that fresh food gets ugly. But the nauseated reaction does elevate a criticism that often dogs burger kings out of the box advertising.
Jack Welch, the GE chief who became a superstar, has died
"A chemical engineer by training Welch became one of the country's best known and highly regarded corporate leaders while G. E.'s chairman and chief executive during the late nineteen nineties G. E. soaring stock price made it the most valuable company in the world in nineteen ninety nine fortune magazine named Welsh it's a manager of the century after leaving G. E. Welch taught a course on business leadership at MIT and in two thousand nine founded the Jack Welch management institute an online MBA program I'm Mike Hampton
Major League Soccer's Next Goal? Turning a Profit.
"American soccer's next goal is turning a profit I'm Jeff Goldman of fortune magazine with inside business fifteen years ago Major League Soccer fielded only twelve teams and the entry fee for establishing a new franchise was just seven and a half million dollars now MLS has twenty six clubs and with the hedge fund billionaire David Tepper recently agreed to launch a franchise in Charlotte next year the entry fee was reportedly three hundred twenty five million and yet MLS acknowledges that most of its clubs don't make money those high priced investments are based on what's to come the world's game has finally embedded itself in the consciousness of American millennials a recent Gallup poll ranked soccer as the second most popular sport to watch in the U. S. among those aged eighteen to thirty four behind only American football much of that interest revolves around globally popular clubs like those in England's premier league but MLS is benefiting too as TV ratings and stadium attendance climb a milestone for the league will be its next TV contract after the current one expires at the end of the twenty twenty two season the next contract may well include streaming rights since the most enthusiastic soccer fans the younger ones are also the most comfortable with streaming America has four major pro sports football baseball basketball and hockey after decades of try a fifth may at last be arriving inside business I'm Jeff golden for
Ghost Kitchens: The Biggest Trend You Never Heard Of
"Space to multiple restaurants workers in a single dark kitchen may prep meals for say Wendy's sweet Greens and host of independent restaurants. All at once what? These ghosts kitchens have in common is what's not. Their consumers. Do Not darken their doors. There are no signs advertising delicious meals. No tables and chairs know waiters and waitresses. Just spaces were delivery drivers lineup to pick up their latest stash of Burgers and onion rings. Some like cloud kitchen owned by Uber's ousted. Ceo Travis Kalanick's go to great lengths to hide their kitchens. Locations calendar clearly takes the ghost named seriously. Here's what else they have in common. They are suddenly everywhere. Funded by investors hungry to take advantage of our seemingly insatiable desire to eat our meals on the couch. In the office. Kalanick's new venture has been buying up suitable real estate in the US. India and China according to Fortune magazine funding growth with four hundred million dollars of cash from the Saudi government. Last week ghost kitchen company TOPI which already has thirty locations announced it had secured another sixty million dollars in funding to build out fifty more kitchens in the US Saudi Arabia Dubai Kuwait and the UK. And then there's Pasadena based kitchen united which plans to build at least five thousand kitchens in the Coming Years Industry Publication Restaurant Business reports alphabet which owns Google is. An investor goes kitchen's promise advantages to people in different parts of the restaurant ecosystem. You're an independent chef dreaming of opening your own restaurant but without a million dollars to spare well. You can test your recipes and a ghost kitchen and create a virtual restaurant that exists only on a delivery. App like Grub Hub. Now you can get started for thousands of dollars and build a storefront or by a food truck only after you prove the concept if ever the promises and statistics have been so overwhelming in such a short time but now observers say there may be too many ghost kitchens. Investors have sunk at least five billion dollars into the new industry since two thousand eighteen. The Wall Street Journal reports restaurant business questions whether it's a setup for a bubble especially should a recession set in. Here's the logic when employment looked shakier. We lose a job. We start cooking again. Takeout sales Wayne and ghost. Kitchens can't fill their spaces. Ghost kitchens become ghost towns. I suppose you could say moreover there's already a backlash against some delivery services which have to keep growing to feed the ghost kitchen pipeline chains like olive garden in. Texas roadhouse are shunning third party delivery reports industry publication FSR restaurant executives at these restaurants. Say Third Party. Delivery hurts business. Diverting potential customers who would otherwise dine in order drinks at the bar and develop bonds the bartender in waitstaff. Some say their food doesn't travel well. And if it arrives at a customer's home or office cold well. The restaurant gets blamed. Not Grub Hubbard posts. Mates FSR says these restaurant leaders also questioned the wisdom of paying high commissions to outside delivery services for an outcome that well while it can raise revenues by twenty or thirty percent can shrink profits nearly as much still plenty of business leaders. Believe delivery is here to stay like kroger one of the nation's largest supermarket chains. It is so bullish on this trend that it's partnering with Ghost Kitchen Company Cluster truck. Yes you heard that right to offer meal
The stock market boomed in 2019. Here's why market experts are unnerved.
"Stocks boomed last year here's why that worries some market experts I'm Jeff Cole the new fortune magazine with inside business the numbers were tremendous the S. and P. five hundred stock index gained twenty nine percent last year and there's definitely nothing wrong with that but a closer look reveals at least some cause for concern for starters most of that lockout growth was just to climb back from the market to deep plunge at the end of twenty eighteen more worrisome is the absence of what investment experts call market breadth which is when lots of stocks move up together signaling a healthy market that didn't happen last year information technology stocks did extraordinarily well wall energy stocks did extraordinarily badly a related factor is that just a few stocks account for much of the movement in market averages out of the S. and P. five hundred companies ten are responsible for about a quarter of the whole indexes value they include apple Walmart Amazon Microsoft and others if they continue to do well they could mask problems in hundreds of smaller companies in the index or if they do poorly they could pull down the whole index and spook investors it's what market watchers call a fragile market one that could be tipped downward by a few unexpected events let's hope stocks keep booming but it's time to be wary of seemingly minor shocks
Wall Street hitting new high for takeovers
"Corporate takeovers are happening at a scorching pace here's why and what it may mean I'm Jeff Cole the new fortune magazine with the fortune business update on one recent date more than sixty billion dollars of deals were announced Charles Schwab was buying TD Ameritrade the luxury conglomerate LVMH was buying Tiffany Novartis was buying a biotech firm Mitsubishi was buying an energy company and more the reasons are no mystery stock prices are near record highs so it's easy for companies to pay for an acquisition with stock interest rates are near record lows so it's easy for companies to borrow money to pay for an acquisition and investors have given private equity firms tons of cash to invest on their behalf so it's easy for those firms to pay cash what might it all mean experience shows that a flurry of merger activity may signal a market top as buyers who expected downturn rush to get deals done I'm
Japanese Women Are Fighting for the Right to Wear Glasses at Work
"Japanese women are fighting for the right to wear eyeglasses at work I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update it isn't uncommon in Japan for female employees to face multiple specific rules regulating their appearance at work some companies require women to wear contact lenses instead of glasses the prohibition on glasses is the latest flash point for professional women in Japan in March women railed against the common requirement that women wear make up at work earlier this year a female actor and writer sparked a tweet storm by criticizing rules that require women to wear high heels to work when a group submitted a petition in June calling on the government to ban the high heeled shoe requirement the health labor and welfare minister said quote it's generally accepted by society the wearing high heels is necessary and reasonable in work places on quote he retired in September but the high heel requirement in
Japanese Women Are Fighting for the Right to Wear Glasses to the Office
"Japanese women are fighting for the right to wear eyeglasses at work I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update it isn't uncommon in Japan for female employees to face multiple specific rules regulating their appearance at work some companies require women to wear contact lenses instead of glasses the prohibition on glasses is the latest flash point for professional women in Japan in March women railed against the common requirement that women wear make up at work earlier this year a female actor and writer sparked a tweet storm by criticizing rules that require women to wear high heels to work when a group submitted a petition in June calling on the government to ban the high heeled shoe requirement the health labor and welfare minister said quote it's generally accepted by society the wearing high heels is necessary and reasonable in work places on
Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney new bose. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Friday September twenty seven just. When do you think the Innovation Gurus must be running out of ideas and other one comes along. That's enough to make you shake your head and wonder who approve this. Such is the case with a new line of flavored spirits from the folks at Pickering's Gin in Edinburgh. The craziest of these new drinks will make you either head right to the liquor store or or hold your nose. Brussels sprouts flavored Jen. Yep you heard me right. Pickering's has made a gin based on what am I favored veggies. The Brussels flavored Jin is for the holiday season and we'll be sold in six packs of clear Christmas ornaments. According to the industry publication food dive each ornament it will hold about a shot of gin once you down it. You can hang that ornament on your tree or not pickering's was appropriately self deprecating almost almost sheepish in this statement released about the new spirit we know it sounds bonkers they said but the humbled sprout delivers a pleasantly sweet slightly. Nettie Jen Perfect for mixing they posted on their website but if the idea of mixing gin with the trendiest of cruciferous veggies just isn't your cup of tea well pickering's knows that to they'll also offer jenn spiked with cranberry spiced pear and cinnamon and plumbing ginger all in ornaments of course beyond the fact that the weirdness was enough to catch the eye of many editors face it we laughed what's up all the concept is part of a trend by Jean makers just to add plant-based flavors to their concoctions in an effort to persuade non gin drinkers that the juniper spirit is worth their while and you know it's. Working Fortune magazine reports that worldwide Jin sales rose eight percent from twenty seventeen to last year as people sipped on varieties tinted with rose citrus citrus grapefruit even rhubarb and Basil Not Kidding inspiring these editions the intensely crowded Jin Space. It's hard to stand out when the number of finalists in the best Scottish Jen competition numbers more than sixty companies in almost one hundred twenty Jin's and that doesn't even take into account count Jen's from around the world including the old British giant beefeater that company alone sold almost three million cases of Jin last year so so how does a start up break through the noise with attention getting innovations if you're marcus pickering and Mat Gamel two friends who launched pickering's things in a former dog Kennel and twenty thirteen and followed up by refurbishing an old fire engine to dispense cocktails through its hoses of course they did but Brussel Al- sprouts Brussels sprouts according to one survey by Catcher brand hinds. We don't know why they are the single most hated vegetable in America but pickering's is Scottish. You say while their neighboring Brits put the sprouts at the top of their most detested list to now he was truly yeah. I loved them roasted. Maybe with some garlic in balsamic vinegar or Bacon for the last few years. They've been huge on restaurant menus. That's apparently because like pickering's brings. Restaurateurs also get that yes. There are a lot of haters out there but the people who love Brussel sprouts are passionate about these little tiny cabbages this Christmas Christmas pickering's will discover who loves who hates and how many of these Christmas ornaments they'll be able to in low cell. It's from Wendy. This is business Wednesday. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Lane Appleton edited and produced by Emma Portland. Our executive producer is Marshall gained by or not Lopez for wondering I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.
Trade war makes businesses nervous in China
"More accelerates clothing companies are increasingly moving production out of China I'm Jeff Cole one of fortune magazine with inside business the trend is especially noticeable in sports where one quarter of the Chinese production capacity used by global sportswear brands is lying idle according to an industry executive as the trade war pushes the biggest labels out of Chinese factories idle capacity in a country that's long been the workshop to the world underscores the bowl of the trade war to Chinese manufacturers who are also grappling with an economy that's expanding at its slowest pace in three decades US tariffs on imports from China amount to taxes paid by U. S. companies on Chinese made goods American businesses most absorbed the extra cost or pass them along to consumers in the form of higher prices
"fortune magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"That's a lot of toilet paper. Even if it's the cheap guy so on its face. It's absurd. But then they have to throw him. This is why I. Tangent court. I've kind of reached my limit where it's like you. Can't you can't trust anything? Fortune magazine. I used to read fortune magazine all the time. And now crap like this makes me think why would I trust anything fortune says when you're sending a tweet through my time line that says that the average American just take the average Joe I don't care whether you got him Royds don't have him Royds. I don't care whether you got diarrhea. You don't have diarrhea. I don't care whether you're not constipated. I don't care whether you you know, you listen to the entire Michael Brown show sitting on the commode. I don't care three rolls of toilet paper every single week. That's just not realistic. And that it's devastating force. What are you doing? Are you buying like, well, you know, we we buy the premium toilet paper that comes from the rainforest. Yes. Because when we write we wipe our asses, we wanna make sure it's with, you know, trees that have been where you from the California redwoods. You know that sort of reaction by ordinary people ought to have convinced fortunes editors when when people are like, wait a minute. Not everybody has the same bathroom habits. Everybody has the same bathroom needs. But everybody's reaction when you when you went through, and you read the the the the replies to the tweet were everybody was saying that seems like an awful lot. You would think that that would have convinced fortune. To fact, check their information. But instead what did they do? Fortune magazine took those figures that were passed around by the natural Resources Defense Council. Who's that? You say, that's an environmental advocacy group. Republished them nearly word for word and by doing. So does what? They turn their magazine. If you can still call it a magazine. Can you still get a fortune like at the newsstand? I dunno mind shows up on my texture. They just turn their magazine into a microphone for a special interest group. Now when you click through the story, you read that the US consumes more toilet paper than any other country almost three rolls per person each week and the brands that we choose because we're Americans are not sustainable with hardwood trees being pulped to create the soft toilet paper consumers want. So following the United States annual use of one hundred and forty-one rolls of toilet paper per capita is Germany with one hundred and thirty four rolls per capita and ninety kingdom with one hundred twenty seven Japanese consumers. Average only ninety one rolls annually the Chinese averaged just forty nine. Now, leaving aside the comparisons to foreign nations China has its own unique issues with toilet paper. Let's focus on that figure of one hundred and forty-one rolls per person per year taking it at face value that works out to two point seven one rolls per American per week, so already we have an exaggeration in the fortune story, but you can reasonably chalk that up to rounding off the number to make a sink headline and a click bait headline. Fortune does link to the natural Resources Defense Council webpage. From which the claims are drawn the study notes that one hundred forty one rolls per person per year for Americans and gives it source as a study conducted by STA Teesta a market research group in that survey of the toilet paper industry statistics also gives one hundred and forty-one role figure, but for the first time in this footnote on we receive a crucial bit of information Teesta informs readers that they're figure assumes that one roll of toilet paper. Weighs ninety grams. That's not very much toilet paper. Then when you dig deeper into the sales figures, you can see that sales of toilet paper in the United States were estimated at twelve point seven kilograms per person per year. So if you divide twelve point seven kilograms by ninety grams that gives you a hundred and forty one point three roles which runs off two hundred and forty-one matching the figure found out found throughout this entire story. So far, so good. But what about that ninety Graham figure is that really how much a roll of toilet paper ways, which begs the question, and this is the only place where you're gonna find yourself. How much does a roll of toilet paper awake? Like most Americans. I have no idea. I have you ever sat and you have you ever. Wait your toilet paper. I have not what is wrong with you. I don't know go home tonight. No. Because now, you're gonna know the answer. And so you you'll just lie about it tomorrow. Will you will won't you? Maybe. Yeah. Converting ninety grams to traditional measurements. Which means I have to go to to to do that. Because I can't I can't make these conversions. Converting that ninety grams yields a figure of three point one else's or just about one fifth of a pound now that sounds a little light so quick Google search or being search duck duck go search reveals one according to an article on the website of MIT the average role rate ways half a pill or two hundred twenty seven grams. So how do you know, which figures, correct? So you look up toilet paper on Amazon and you'll find listing for thirty rolls of Scott bath tissue common brand. What we use? I should have checked before. I came. Part of the Amazon's business model is knowing the size and weight of everything that it ships for that product, the thirty role of Scott, bath tissue. They give a shipping weight of fifteen point two pounds. When you divide that by thirty roles, you get almost exactly one half pound per parole. Just as in my t says, you should the zero point two pounds is probably the plastic packaging or the relatives. So if you take the actual weight of a roll of toilet paper half-pound divide, the twelve point seven kilograms per person per year by that it produces a yearly total of fifty six rolls per year or slightly more than only one a week for every American. Three. So that we've already debunked fortune magazine's claim that the average I shouldn't say, well, actually, I will say fortune because fortune was stupid enough to just reiterate or just to. Reclaim or claim the same numbers that the natural Resources Defense Council put in there didn't even question. No editors right? Not even a reporter who are. The we are the press release from the national Resources Defense Council in their good environmentalists sluice just put that in the magazine. Miss put it out on Twitter because nobody's gonna question it in besides just destroying destroying Lola trees in the world. To tell you about having to take a number two. What was in Russia? One time. No never heard this story. Do you want to hear the story? Sure, I want to. But I have a feeling you're going to tell me. Anyway, I think I'm gonna tell you anyway. So you you've always heard the stories about Russia and no toilet paper. No you've never heard that now. Well, back in the old Soviet Union days. Toilet paper was a scarce commodity. It was a treasured commodity, but I never went to the old Soviet Union. I only went to Russia. I went to Russia a lot. But the first time I went to Russia. Let's just say that after the land. Drive into Moscow. Escort getting you through the traffic, and you go to this banquet because they're hosting the undersecretary, right? I never really liked vodka until I went to Russia. And so as they were pouring vodka. I was pretending to drink it. Because I didn't really like vodka. In my State Department protocol officer came over to me and said mister secretary. You're offending the Russians by not drinking your vodka. Now, remember, they toast, everything. You you stand up you told you sit down you toast. Somebody goes to the bathroom. You toast. Somebody somebody farts, you toast, somebody sneezes you toast. There's a lot of toasting going on. So to make the State Department happy with the protocol chief choose you out you need to pay attention. I started drinking the vodka. Turns out it's really good Russian vodka good Russian vodka. Is fantastic. Okay. You don't like about could do. I don't like bucket. Now what I'll bring y'all bringing a bottle of really good Russian vodka. You will try it. Try it needle center enthusiastic can guarantee l like it. Okay. So anyway, I'm eating all of this crap food that the Russkies have at this banquet. And now, I'm just dousing myself with vodka, right? Then we go to our first briefing. And I'm sitting there, and you know, when your stomach starts to rumble. And you know, that oh it's about, you know. Yeah. Like a baby diaper. I was like a baby about to blow out by diaper. So excuse myself from the from the briefing. Was this gigantic government building? Nobody spoke English. I'm just trying to find the bathroom, and I gotta find a bathroom fast. Finally, find the bathroom I run in just opened the first stall blow out my diaper, right? I look over. Guess what's not there? What's not fair to the paper? Oh, no. There's no toilet paper. And what did you do? I very delicately pulled my suit pants. Went to the other stalls till I finally found. A newspaper. I put that old Pravda the use. And that's my story. Yeah. You don't seem to have been there and team by that story whatsoever. Why I mean when you go to other countries, maybe we should come down on the food a little bit. You won't feel that way. Maybe other countries when the under secretary of homeland security shows up maybe the other have toilet paper for me. Maybe you should learn the travel with it and do a little research on what they have in their restrooms. It's a government building. You would think of all the places that might with. That would probably have toilet paper. It would be Amer calm. It would be the government agency. Right. No. Of course, not still in Russia. Do you? How do you had the exact same reaction when I got back to the hotel and told her what had happened? I don't know. Was it that her name start with a t and Amera? Hamra could be could be spouses are always there. What did just cut your legs out from under? You can just tell you what an absolute idiot. You are. Oh, let's see the trees the trees. So also fortune magazine says that we are devastating force. Tuck turn gamble says to fortune one hundred percent a Proctor and gamble would fiber comes from responsibly managed forests certified by third parties such as the forest stewardship council, virgin, fiber and tissue products is preferred by consumers, and quote does the job much more efficiently. Would you like to be the spokesperson for Proctor and gamble in? Somebody ask you about some stupid, dumb ass story and fortune. And is it true to us? Virgin fibres? And you have to explain that. Yes. You do because it does the job more efficiently. How many times do you think they've used that phrase in the PR department?.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Leaders by fortune magazine and the next year twenty sixteen she went top tomato real quick if she. Movie pass and fire festival all kind of get together and cry out. Yeah. Billing Farland Billy McFarland. That reminds me an idea we've been bad around for a long time. It's five riches to rags stories people characters who add it all and lost. It. They get it back and movies. You know? Kind of sad when just ends there. People don't like that this is bleak ending. Number two there, Alex. My number two is the farewell with apathy. No, yes. Yes. The actors from crazy rich Asia's anything, she date and she's eight. Yes. She was great notions. As to fan. So I'm looking for that. Actually, she was maybe the best part of oceans eight which is not saying much. But she was she was fine movies. Not good. But it's not like a an idea like eight punch a little bit K punches. Always. She always good to tell us just Dylan and still be good. She was fantastic. Is that kind of species charismatic star like which screen she jumps off screen alone. Cheats sheets of the screen. Choose seen her she chooses scenery question right now is name a number. I only have one to it is called the farewell. What is about? I do not know drawn a blank on the trying. Ups. Yes, I Chinese family. Discover their grandmother shortwhile left to live and decide to keep her in the dark scheduling a wedding to garner are gathered before she dies, and what is the Gina. It'd be comedy. I'm assuming documentary either one. It's just a laugh riot. Don't tell granny she's dying. Finally, number one's one number one. I only have sixteen chew films. I got to films. Big time outta leci- big-time adolescence. I have is on my this dramatic competition dramatic, which is gonna funny because at least one of these comedy big time out of leci-. It's a comedy a suburban teenager comes to age, the destructive guidance of his best friend nameless. College dropout this stars machine gun Kelly who I've not really seen act in anything of bird bars, and he didn't really do much inbox been banging in the garage there..
"fortune magazine" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Here's a wildly ambitious. Technology idea that's attracting major investment from some of the tech industry's most successful players I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with inside, business the project is called. Definitively and it wants to reinvent a, business that has become huge, and, lucrative, it's the business of the cloud in which companies store much of. Their data and the software they use to run their business not in their own computers but. In computers owned by other companies notably Amazon's web services unit Microsoft, IBM and others definitively proposes to replace this system with the so-called. World computer companies would no longer need to trust and pay big firms to. Provide storage and software instead definitive world computer. Aspires to use computers owned by others worldwide to create millions of nodes that together would serve as a public Low cost computing resource definitive says it system. Would use open source software owned and governed by communities of users and developers rather than companies if it all sounds hopelessly weird, an idealistic well some major. Investors disagree and recent Horowitz a famous, Silicon Valley venture capital firm, is, among those that recently invested one hundred two million dollars in definitively which. Had just raised sixty one million in March for its money Andriessen Horowitz got crypto currency tokens instead of shares in the project it may be weird an idealistic, but possibly not hopeless inside business I'm Geoff Colvin.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on KTRH
"Marlene brim and lynette brown with at risk how are you doing today ladies or great thanks so tell us about at risk technologies what do you do and who do you do it too well we are a dallas based company marlene and i are natives of san antonio but were a dallas based company a cybersecurity company and at the very basic what we do is we help companies become less vulnerable to cyber attack okay why is a business owner do i care about that oh wow well today business owners they put so much on their it staff and fortune magazine recently talked about the eighty percent of ceo's don't trust it team from really preventing a hack but at the same time they don't have the understanding of it so the first decision that they they hand over is everything related to cyber to their it team that they don't exactly trust they have no way to measure it and so we're able to measure that i mean if you look at it ceo's no probably the next sale that's going to happen in their company they know exactly what they're overhead is to the penny but they don't know the one thing that can take it all away which is a cyber breach in one instance someone can come in and depending on how vulnerable they are it can be over it can be very difficult to recover could almost be mrs terminal we've we've gone from papers pencils to a very digital world and eight it helps us be mark productive helps us communicate across the world but it also helped has has been more vulnerable to a cyber attack it has a cyber hacker gives them more points of entry into a company and so what we do really well as we go into your business and we look at how your infrastructure is set up how everything from just how you have your computer's connected to the internet something as basic as that and what assets you have in each computer and we tell you look because you're set up this way you have this risk score and we make some recommendations on how to improve your cyber maturity over time that helps the company be.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sunday take another week to talk about those they market on the bumpkin duo show i am back from vacation in amazing italy at the interesting thing real estate market there is so much different it is really really awkward how taxes work how real estate work so i had a chance to talk to a couple of real estate agents while we were there and just kind of pick pickler brain about what the market's likes mortgages countries don't have days there are mortgages yes but they're but they're much much different than how they are here they're they're they're so much more conservative you're not gonna go buy a home of three percent down in florence or vanessa rome it's just it's just a lot different commission completely different to you know and how they're taxed definitely i enjoyed my time there but i was certainly ready to get home to my to the creature comforts of home says there's a lot of stuff i miss i was ready to get back but but nonetheless joined by mike yates with elaine bay mortgage robert johnson the president of the dunkin team i'm andrew duncan we're every sunday at ten we aren't on air check out our social at the duncan duo twitter instagram youtube snapchat on there like once a month so but make sure to follow us i haven't my daughter tried to show me and i just gave up so just didn't make any sense the messages disappear what the way from snapshot jenner says it's over over stock like rasha notice she is going to be the first you know bill youngest billionaire ever fortune magazine incredible incredible madness so you know we're going to get back to talking about real estate so we're a little off topic but i wanna start off the show today talking to the audience out there the distinction that is weighing the options between improving or renovating or adding onto their home or moving and obviously every decision you make when it comes to something like this a personal decision you're going to have unique circumstances so so the the stuff we talk about today it's never exactly the right case for every single person that's not gonna apply to everybody but you know the the very first thing that you have to think about when you talk about mover improve in my opinion is the financial ramifications and what your budget looks like you know financing a renovation or an addition onto your houses sometimes a little bit more pricey it can trigger a reassessment on your taxes your property taxes could go up in some instances you might have to refinance your mortgage and if you have to do that you need to call mike gates atlantic bay mortgage but but yeah but the reality is it's it's a unique choice for everybody but but the.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Yeah which there was a simple to longterm at that that's the job of people who run these things is to take it to the next stage as they do takeover will i'll be looking for for both of you writing on ford and and the other things that you're going to follow up to this great book again the title go long why along term thinking is your best short term strategy might guests have been michael you seem and he is what the wharton school in bryan domain i guess with fortune magazine so brian anything that again we can't cover everything in a short interview but anything that you wanna make sure we get out and then we'll bounce over the to michael i think what i like to leave your listeners with is the idea that for all we talked about activists short term investors the big trend that's emerging out there is there's a group of longterm investors who are stepping up to the plate and wanting ceo's in boards to manage for the long term which we quote a lack roxy ceo larry thing in the book black brought manages i think six trillion dollars and assets and we have bill mcnabb of vanguard he manages i think another five trillion in nss and these investment companies up because they they're large holders of index funds have to invest in every stock they can't pick and choose they can't go in and out of stocks they want their stocks dwell today yes they want their stocks between well three five ten years from now so there's actually starting to hire people who to take.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is she doing he's a fallon lawyer man she all land he's norwegians he was it fortune magazine she was at the most powerful woman's nextgen summit in um the california and she talks intern in hundreds were new radio businesswoman in she realized she so smart at business was yes electra shook of he kind of asthma mcgee's sober annually bluebacked colorado and she meditate seventy daesh went to any this lifestyle she let i don't know how she did it she had balls bushy crash i mean but there's other things that happened the movie that i'm not telling the happened to her that you would absolutely discolored wow and this person persevere somali boom is absolutely one to thirty nine she's going to go back she's still paying off the irs yeah and she is i'm going to help women to start businesses that is kohler ad all right we'll mali's game in levelling colorado which is one of the very for serious i have the patch on may ski djekic growing up in colorado on catcher curious shout out to level and we'll definitely medical checkup mali's game at whoa that's cool good than thou god thank you itself airing all right when we come back favored headline of the day the rest the headlines first we're gonna do this man one man let's not previously andreessen and alexa retrievers outside the stadium how can we be involved we should be down there just with the parties and everything is a fun atmosphere come on jas with mass guys sure you can beat alone or why who are going to be a wall i lead gone dress up like the wall i is alexa let's put it be one electric waves ali braves be some cool i don't wanna be a wall not long kabul fried wallet instead it used to be a basket of craig bringing you everything entertainment jason and alexis in the.
"fortune magazine" Discussed on PTI
"Very good businessman and i have a lot of respect for him close quote 20th your enough owners feel like bob kraft to actually make this happen no no i i mean i don't think so i'm sure he's a very good businessman he's got the clothing he's got the music atat the violent plus young millions of dollars in an actor on draws little well value on therapy really wonderful to be in a room with ditty but i think if your duty you need to take the temperature that room that you're walking into to get a partnership in it and i don't think you can invite colin kaepernick to be a partner when he soon wing all of the people that you would like to partner up was first movies got to make is there a little a little easy on at cynical and vote is to half the recoil but something happen to soothe itchy movie off that i think is this month or last month fortune magazine this a photo not an artist rendition a photo of sean combs in a room with all these billionaires i don't know if he's the only african american in there and not as i thought he was i could be wrong but sean diddy combs india with all these guys who already own teams and he's like he has relationships with them and it seems like like bob kraft is saying he already may know the temperature the room navigate the common capri that you can always back off look we gotta we are people who do nothing but bluster in this country who actually run it and they take the temperature of nothing they can get away with saying whatever they want well they're not omitted unemploy showers sitting.
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"From fortune magazine for the summer charter communications will made netflixing vailable i'm looking also at the other companies but a company called out peace small cable company but you see that they say that's the way to fight cordcutting comcast embedded netflixing into its xfinity settop box israel ardour plans to integrate net flex i expect cox will to let me search crocks but you see the reason they do that again is they keep people from giving up on cable glaviano offer package will give you netflixing and the basic cable this where you can get the best of both worlds we keep your business and we take a cut from the netflixing faction is safe you know that and we're not going to throttle you because of the end of net neutrality bankers were making a deal with netflixing yeah hey comcast xfinity i don't believe they have any such deal in place because last time i needed to wear renegotiate my my annual subscription or or contract is j really pushed me to use that thayer streaming service telling me bullets just as good as netflixing you don't need net flex what why is that that you think you need to have netflixing it was fascinating how everything they did was to try and get me away from that flex in november according to this they embedded netflixing the settop box november up it's used by fifty five percent of its twenty one and a half million residential video customers thirty percent of x one users as the x one settop box have log into netflixing either within existing account or by signing up for a new one the company said so you call comcast and say but you see what's happening here i wonder what kind of market apple expects for this apple tv because there other routes the sets with roku built in getting really good reduced as a cheap set think tci or something in the roku built in gets good reviews again how integrated are you with the apple device and do you really need an apple tv and like i said i've got apple tv here by expect once i set up the set from video amoking to use it anymore i get if i want to rent a movie i can get the same movies from other services guess you can that's right so chris apples giving you the free 4 k.
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"The upside than i did notice that the c o was i think they'd ceo of the year on the cover fortune magazine not sure that's good news i'll let me see let's see netflixing trading below the fifty they legally in nicely tesco i wanted to mention just because it's holding three hundred go look at tesla at you will see for the last one two three four five holding three hundred bucks and a better hold it naturally below the 200day train below the fifty they a break below three hundred a shorter ball but we just let you know right now it's holding three hundred case you didn't know it held that may at held that in july it so it go back a long way it's up to watch so that just a few debut he decide what to do again there is a play off the fifty th day but you gotta you stops underneath that they crack by thought processes wait a minute hold on a second it's december things don't crack at the summit do they well at leslie bitcoin i heard went through raw fifty 13000 tonight even though the gpt see which post the follow bitcoin does not a new high but was up ninety eight bucks three the 16th seventy two the fifty day moving average is up to nine eleven so we'll see what happens they are ed may i say when it comes to bitcoin uh are argue i just got this in the mail i know oh here we go from an email address the trade of the decades special.
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"On the corporate side business equipment expenditures would be able to be taken all at once honor the house plan rather than amortized now for the individual side adams among the plan says his according to fortune magazine items among the plans highlights include reducing the tax brackets from seven of four raising the lowest rate from ten to twelve percent the standard deduction would also double personal exemptions would be eliminated in addition many popular deductions would be eliminated including those for medical expenses mortgage interest than state and local income taxes on the business side state and local taxes would still be deductible now think about that coordinated this article on the business side state local taxes restored deductible on the individual side when you fill out your tax return state and local income taxes would not deductible what's that all about is that the stupidest thing in the world to now it goes to the senate the second stupidest body in the world so we'll see what they're up to my own view is slash the corporate tax rates and leave the rest of us alarm because these people are screwups uh they're screw up sets what they are well but it past and we'll see what the we'll see what the uh the senate does with i don't trust those guys i really not i'll be right back it's that great one.
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"Having me when you first met travis in 2011 had just become who procedo that's right i think he'd been ceo for about a year at that point what was his reaction when you reach out to him a few years later 2014 to tell them that you'd like to read a book about him in his company the this was by email in his initial reaction was to threaten me he he told me that if i persisted in writing a book without his cooperation he would are higher or somebody else to write an authorized version of over story thus talked torpedoing my project and he told you that he tell everyone not to cooperate with you yes thank you for reminding me that yeah he the that that's a good point not only would he would he work hard to find someone else to do what i wanted to do but he would discourage anyone he knew anyone i would wanna talk to in other words from helping me within the set with you for lengthy interviews what happened well or a couple of years went by or is what happened that i was i was patient i i kept in touch but not too much touch and live life as a way of of of changing circumstances change i think he and the people around him realized first of all that despite his threat i would go ahead and right the book any way and number two that they could make a contribution to telling their own story by cooperating and you're at fortune magazine this is of a place said he probably would want to be featured it's an it's an interesting point you make the specific criticism by by one of his advisors was well we understand fortune magazine or a newspaper that can help us promote uber but a book does nothing for us and i have to tell you that as with as with many instances dealing with them i respected the the argument that it's a fair argument but of course you wound up excerpt being part of the book four fortune magazine cover this month's fortune of which features said excerpt yes of quotas him as saying on the cover and i can only uh change the word.