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Analyzing the Impact of a.I. And Technology on Society
"Welcome everyone to another episode of visionaries in today. We're continuing our security series with casey ellis malcolm harkins. This topic is going to be about the impact of technology on society and cybersecurity. But i do these gentlemen a disservice by not letting them introduce themselves casey. Let's start with you. Tell audience who you are. Where do you work. what do you do and we'll kick it over to malcolm. Thanks it's got to be on gregg giannotti about malcolm as well but i'd say yells is cold out this out again from the founder chairman. Ceo crowd basically about crowd. What we did was to introduce the concept of connecting the white community like the crowd of creative individuals insecurity questions waiting at the table. I think at this point in time for a number of decades that have been disconnected from that. Need help you know. We started off that industry back balsa. That's commonly referred to or known as as as any programs abilities pleasure organs in interest with with finding also Otherwise hike advantage of that results and the problems that existed yet. That's that's what i do. And that's why i'm here malcolm. How would you introduce yourself. Thanks in great to be on with Both you albert and casey. So currently i'm a board member advisor coach mentor dabble with a lot of security startups in a few others in the industry. Prior to that. I was chief stood in trust officer with the web. Application skirted defense platform company for a little over a year prior to that is chief skirting. Trust officer would silence and then prior to that. I spent my life at tall. And i was chief security. Private privacy Also spanned the wide ranges of fun neglected
"founder chairman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Week is Bill Amada, who's the founder, chairman and chief contacted the officer of I W group. David Group is a very well known multicultural marketing and PR agency located in so Cal. That bill started over 30 years ago, working with many top brands, including American Airlines, Coca Cola, General Motors Atrial Lexus, McDonald said. Just name a few and sold me right back to here. Bill Story in this week's Tech news. We're gonna first start with Google announcing that they expect that over 60% of US 140,000 employees. We'll only know you to spend three days in the office per week post pandemic. This is a policy that just announced company wide by their CEO assumed our peach I as well as it goes, along with other technology companies such as Microsoft and slack. Saying that he returns to the normal 95 workday is never gonna happen, and that alternative work schedules will be the norm. If you are a fan of the 1995 era of windows, which we windows 95, the icons you grow accustomed to over the last Almost 30 years get ready for a shift. Microsoft is finally moving towards a new look and feel for the icons. So if you've embraced the old look It is going to be a change for you Google because the amount of users and that of ransomware that's happened and other types of vulnerabilities name announced that by the fault going forward, they're gonna be enabling. Two factor authentication. That's where You need to get a text message Getting alternate email or some other form when you log into accounts is just too much risk nowadays in how the council being set up On Google, so just want to make sure that Things are going to be safe. They actually had a survey that 66% of all Americans admitted to reusing the same passwords over and over and over again. So just a reminder to change your password off And that is the techniques that we wait..
"founder chairman" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"By david off local have been forefront of record deals record emanate deals building mines operating old minds. And so these are. These are individuals that have been incredibly proven track record in the gold industry. You combine all that. And i expect the sequel to be very busy. This year announced royalty acquisition streaming transactions with a very strong balance sheet under trump team. That's going to execute that in the case of gold mining. It's going to be more of what we did. Not share where we're going to continue to find a parts in portions of our portfolio. That should be advanced whether it's drilling whether it's updating an economic study or maybe a sale of a property at shows we are realizing value for these projects that we acquired at very attractive prices when it was a very different commodity market for gold and copper and now with stronger wanted prices were realizing value for shareholders through various structures again whether we advanced the project ourselves or with a partner or do a full outsail and has executes a successful guess. You've benefits from that old. Might won't forty eight percent of it So there's a really great setup here at for gold mining where we've multiple ways multiple catalysts multiple holding it or projects or equity gold royalty that has those advanced an improvement value. Feel we feel that benefit directly clearly and there's a lot of transparency that i love how you mentioned the different dimensions of that not only. May you guys deeper in a discovery. But you might sell property to. I mean the fact that you guys are doing so much. The olympic all star team in place right now and it seems like you have a thousand years of experience on the port. I'm really excited to see what actually happens. Is there anything that. I should've mentioned anything that you want to bring up. Before we sorta wrap things up or move onto the the rapid fire questions rescue rapid-fire all right So i i think you mentioned this earlier. You believe goals. Price could be much higher goals tied for the year. What we should at least last year's high because we only have more data and ended that that inflation levels According to your higher honestly that the one issue this year is the question of real rates rates so great suggested for station and those rates have been higher. I think if we see at In real rates back in the negative territory which i think we could see in the second half of the year old also is seasonal. The fourth quarter of the could be very strong. I see a repeat of or re-test of last year. Twenty one hundred dollar high awesome and the best decision you made with gold. Get this decision. Probably twenty fifteen summer at twenty fifteen is approaching thousand dollars an ounce we acquired our whistler project at i mean for the tune of three million dollars less than three nine dollars almost six million ounces of gold in alaska land packaged their companies. Right now that have projects in alaska extremely compatible to our two hundred million market chow but look at took a lot of guts to do that. I remember having to take out a personally committing financially because we had to raise money to support such acquisitions but you couldn't give bull projects away. In two thousand fifteen. I remember goldman was calling for bill to go to nine hundred dollars announced and it was just like a dire dire situation so you gotta you gotta be contributing in commodities you got to be countercyclical and take advantage of the inevitable cycles in commodities to to create value results without risk. So that's yeah. And i heard you mentioned bitcoin earlier and things that maybe in a bubble. What's your take on tease. right now. investors steer clear. I also high. There's obviously a lot of excitement and will mention out there. I don't own any am i. I i'm still trying to figure out and make sense And i generally don't believe that bitcoin gold are comparable or or replaceable or one is replacing the other shorter place for bitcoin out there. I don't. I don't know what that is but i don't see how i don't see how it tracks flation because frankly While it goes back to what you and i talked about if says inflation hasn't even hit two percent. Is bitcoin supersonic. Bitcoin is up so much that this mixture links you could not exactly tracking inflation. So i don't know it's a that's another discussion. Yeah it was like three thousand dollars a year ago. So you know it's been there. Once and working people go to find out more about gold mining inc and gold rules court can me on twitter at amir at ninety adults that my personal twitter handle i talk about gold. Uranium and the companies involved with and for miami is triple w. dot mining dot com on the toronto stock exchange ticker super easy to remember sticker. Symbol old. go l. d. on the toronto but in the us to symbolise g. l. d. i and I think we'll mixture to link all that in the show notes only it right. There mir not minding gold corp. Thanks for coming on. The round two has been a pleasure having been able to catch up i until next time until next time. Thanks for having me one award. 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"founder chairman" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"So we kept buying. We kept fine year in year out. We got to play last year. Were the gold. Price wasn't thousand dollars an ounce. It was almost two thousand dollars. An ounce they went over two thousand dollars announced. That's your signal your signal. That says ora guys like the window to buy for ten cents on the dollar has closed. Now is the window to stretch advance and daylight value for the project state weakness. You've acquired the combined market chapel all the companies. We acquired for ten cents on the dollar for total of eighty million dollars. Their combined market used to be over eight hundred million dollars in the last full market for our job then became by transforming our business towards starting to realize the full value of what we acquired during the bear market in this new bull market. And gosh i. I didn't think copper prices would then go from a buck fifty pound you dollars a pound two dollars. Fifty cents knowledge sudden will four dollars per pound copper and people for even higher copper prices tightness in the market. It's it's not going to disappear overnight because it d- world isn't back to normal yet started. There's light at the end of the tunnel but we're not nowhere near normal yet and that means is that those businesses were it. Involves toots on the ground moving material around digging something that that requires a back to normal environment before you can see a rapid response from supply side to meet the growing demand that There were facing and these shortages will continue to put upward pressure to the commodity price And and so will the copper. This is how gold-mining position I think particularly. I think clearly has underperformed. This year is a lot of chatter and arguments and debates online about gold versus. Bitcoin has bitcoin taken over bull as new inflation hedge. All of that is ready. I think created the again once again. An opportunity where you meet today one of the one of the most undervalued asset classes in the world. That isn't in a bubble is goals and everything else is. Everything else is in about seventeen hundred dollars. An ounce is is an extremely well priced reasonably priced level for an asset that will be the ultimate hedge towards the trillions of dollars. Dead best been created that has the has to have some kind of accountability and measure for it at some point reflected in the economy right. There's a lot of light at the end of the tunnel and it's not an oncoming train in this case speaking light at the end of the tunnel how was twenty twenty. It's Wrap up what what was done by the end of that tunnel like in terms of discovery and all the hard work being put down at the minds in the light at the end of the tunnel was really in a company. You have teams that you work with that. You work with on a daily basis that become your immediate family. Basically like that and so part of it was a year that was so much about health and staying healthy. It was just reward. A we you know. I was proud of the fact that as a team We were Through a very difficult year make great strides at while keeping everyone healthy. We've got members of our team on in colombia brazil. Us canada not a big team individuals that are spread out. Were we have projects. We have a small presence and And so just getting to a very difficult year with with with with the team and good staying safe and healthy and making progression executing gold rule. Ti te'o that we came up with all of it. i think in in what was otherwise very challenging year. Makes you feel like you're doing something right. And that you're you're executing and you're moving business forward that's that at the end of the day is is a key part of the mining. Business The next part of it is just seeing other markets for commodities. Pan out an like. We've talked about that already. I think is a great environment developing for these commodity and And then finally know just just being in a in a position where you in order to be successful mining you have to have the properties. We have over fifteen crop. He's in five different countries. It starts with properties starwood resources. You combine that with people and that's how you unlock value today. I would say there's a serious shortage of resource stage or projects to build industry for a decade was under investing in exploration development. So today reserve resources are at a decade look emit the whole concept of Goal for example. I mean there's just they're not exploring for will this much. The producers says they were focused on flow de leveraging their balance sheets and now coming into this tight market for older copper mining doesn't happen with the flicker switch mining is a long term. Business exploration is a decade long exercise before it leads to becoming a mind. And so that's me is an exciting setup because we control the goods we we were out there. buying properties buying resource stage projects. Were frankly the measures should have been doing that and our little company was doing that and output suspended driver's seat and how has house all of that in two thousand twenty sort of affected twenty twenty one strategy. Now that you guys have a really good understanding of This how the rest of this year is going to pan out for you guys trends in the market. And maybe there's been some even restrictions have been lifted that maybe have been put in place dudakovic easing yes. We'll be right smoothly. Various members of the team for example get vaccinated. And if i go their second dose and you learn how to operate with safety protocols in place while coexisting with the with the covert related issues and just getting on with life and that's what we've been doing and again one one one main focus on safety but then being able to still get back to normal and do things While keeping achieved people say it's manageable and it's happening and more and more companies are learning to do that and what makes successful twenty twenty one for not only gold mining for gold royalty corp. so it's gonna be a big execution year for for really both so glowed ruin completed deci. Ipo just recently went out looking race. Thirty million dollars. There was incredible demand and that ultimately was increased in size three times. The final amount raised was ninety million dollars. And so you've got a brand new company with ninety million dollars of honor power more cash in all of its appears combined in a way. So it's a very strong position or royalty and an existing foundation of royalties at was the portfolio provide a to a bible mining and so that sponsorship from from a developer a former gold mining is what benefits from an strong treasury. And then finally just a very strong team of individuals led.
"founder chairman" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"Everything's near with battery storage etcetera. And i think on that note. If you got copper prices basically decade high potentially go on hit all time highs here and we still live in a world where despite the rule out of vaccines and vaccinations etc. Were still not back to full capacity when it comes to the workforce when it comes to the business of building mines and mining user capital intensive people intensive and material intensive operations when. There's a shortage of lumber just to build a you know a decade your home. you appreciate. It's going to be difficult and expensive and time consuming to go build big Minds or underground mine so these inflationary pressures. The tightening of supply chains will concede draft modern advice higher. And just for what a sport open stacks even this morning reiterating debt we are. We're not nobre year. The end of this commodity super cycle that we seem to have not entered into where again whether it's the price for iron ore or up down to niche commodities titanium ilmenite etc. Everything is on fire and next a good thing. Because if you're an investor looking at hard assets offer the reasons we discussed and these policies back your question or very polish commodity look at our company. The recent high really liked the coexistence of wilton copper together is when you have deposits resources. Were you got older copper. The copper prices at a tenured high price that helps really improve the economics mining goal and a lot of the big gold producers. Today are looking for gold copper deposits. Where you get the benefit of also medals as you might to help with improving overall economic that mine. Yeah we can agree one hundred percent with just about everything you just said Especially would just be the the hard essence and having them as a sort of safeguarding. In terms of wealth with the direction things are going right. Now is a great time to be investing in anything. I mean i heard you bring up lumber for instance. i know. That's not too hot topic on podcast lately. But it's in the news and it's it's very relevant in in the world today. I'm down here in downtown. Los angeles and i'm aware of construction sites around here that assured on lumber. It's it's hits that close to home with with things in how expensive they've gotten the prices. You know decade highs across the board. And i also want to comment on the inflation. The two percent that you'd brought up about a couple of minutes ago. I think that inflation may be biden's platelets a lot sooner than than they think. I don't think that maybe there's this isn't going to be a waiting game with them is going to be something. That's going to be knocking at the front door Allah alone sooner than they had planned and biden. He's not the only newly appointed staff Around lately i hear you guys have recently acquired initiate eeo. That's a good segue yet. And while yes so we really did. In the second. Half last year old mining one more daylight value for our overall portfolio by creating royalty or establishing that as a public company but to drive that forward and to drive with old binding england royalty forward. We were very fortunate in in ended up in a very good place where we attracted at an all star team of individuals from the old industry and mining finance to join our two organizations at old mining angled. Wilty first of all you have david ruffalo. Who joined us through. Step heading up the the business on the gold rules site. He's the former c. Or corp one of the major producers in the world bank merged with newmont a year and a half ago to create the world's largest mining company in newmont father of devil streaming at at model intel for. Who's joined our team. He was the former chairman of the former chairman of the world. Old council and the individual heading up old mining joining us recently as the ceo of minding our still who spent twenty five years with triple producers. He's joining us from new march prior to that with old core prior to that with the likes of kinross and And nikola eagles. So you see. An all-star team come together of prevent operators executives with major companies who are finding the platform and portfolio of projects that our company has put together for a small company or junior company. So for a junior company to be attracting this level of talent from major companies joining us to be part of the team. I think it's a tremendous load of confidence. We're excited about. Alastair still has the seal mining look forward to you interviewing him getting his thoughts and take on bigger for for future episodes and And i think that is such an important part of human capital is a really important part of what we need to do as a company to move over because the same way that we have a hot commodity market and commodity market the more scarce People and you need to have top talent to be able to advance the dearest assets execute on strategies than were really an ideal condition now with a very strong nucleus of individuals with experience from emanate to mind finance to operating mines to building minds etc coupled with the existing experience that we bring to the table as the founder and chairman of the company. You know my background been entrepreneur in the mining industry in golden uranium for for the last sixteen years in. We understand what it takes to have skin in the game to be patient to be long-term wolf mining which we're talking about it today and you know i spent eleven years twelve years in the making rights. A patiently building putting building blocks together Gives you enough critical mass to then have the business then. Attracts the best of the best. When it comes to the individuals that we talked about. That doesn't happen overnight. And in our case taken well over a decade and that also goes to show people interested in our business that long term patient approach that we have in in building st everyone. We're gonna take a quick break. Keep the lights on. Provide you with the words sponsor. Eating should be enjoyable simple. Make you feel completely prepared to take on every day. One hundred percent saint solutions sane. Plan is the only program endorsed by top doctors from prestigious medical schools. Proven to help your hormones brain and digestion new. Start lowering your body's natural set. Wait you will lose that and balance your blood. Sugar naturally guaranteed go to saint solutions dot com. Today and i'm curious. Guys just underwent a major expansion. It's transformational what what led to that are. What we're what was the trigger polling moment when you guys decided. Hey it's time to act. The part of it is the commodity price itself. So when we were very aggressively pulling the trigger and making acquisitions in two thousand thirteen and two thousand. Fifteen and twenty sixteen. These acquisitions were happening at a time when the gold price was at almost a thousand dollars an ounce and copper prices or traps. I wanna go off my head in a Of bucks fifty pounds. And you're making acquisitions in that environment with those commodity prices as your backdrop you're firing properties for ten cents on the dog and.
"founder chairman" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"Tom press copy. Company your great to catch up and you guys have a lot of news. It's been a while since last september wild been nearly eight months since there's been a lot that has happened with you. Guys since then with your. Ipo you brought some new faces on board. We'll make sure to get into all of that. But for those who missed the first time around with you. And i when we had a chance to speak. Could you provide everyone with the The gold mining background and get them up to speed on business today. Yes sure a that. Gold mining business and strategy was put together in two thousand and tents. We're talking decade ago. It was a different time different full different environment but one thing that was certain about it back then was that we were going to happen. Ups and downs in commodity prices. Quantity markets are cyclical and. I two thousand and ten as we were forming the nation of the company to launch. It was a private company We had all marketing. Two thousand eleven. When we appealed our company old market it was still strong and what we launched. Our business focused around was to go out there and apply resource stage hold property so properties that are pre-production but have been drilled sufficiently where independent resource estimate that qualifies the volume tonnage and greater old or or convert that might be in the ground by two thousand twelve. We pulled the trigger on our first acquisition of a resource. Stage project and byron twenty. Thirteen is when the bear market in gould. A really started to take place and from there on we got even more aggressive and so our strategy in terms of progressive but acquisition source strategy. Radio over the course of their marketing that started in and around late. Two thousand twelve early twenty thirteen all the way until early part of last year so almost an eight year long period was to aggressively acquire projects that had been developed drills and the previous full market cycles. Now now were basically on sale because of the bear market that we had we were looking at buying and rolling up disaster. That's basically at the bottom of the cycle and over that timeframe we ended up acquiring a portfolio of over thirty one million ounces of gold equivalent resources so we'll and in some cases both an copper. I'd breaking it down for those that are more Astute or interested in detail staff over fourteen million ounces measured and indicated resources and sixteen point six million ounces category of resources five different countries and the us canada colombia peru and brazil and so this very large resorts face positions will minding his actually wanted to Only pre production companies in the world. That has such a large portfolio of resources in the ground. You typically see on the mid tier producers or large producers with this much old answer. That really put us in the driver's seat. And i think our conversation last year would have been around the time where we were able to leverage the fact that we have this large portfolio and create and spin out a royalty focus business on the on the back of our assets and that led to the creation issue of old royalty corp which publicly this on the new york stock exchange are and that company is or a percent owned by gold mining and to put that in perspective best forty eight percent interest. has a mark to market value. Right now we don't twenty million. Shares stock is trading at above four dollars. Sixty five cents or sixty cents right necessary. Ever been ninety million dollars of value in march market securities that we've crystallized there the total customer acquisition for us of the acids reported over the eight year bear market. We were active buying was about. It was basically less than eighty million dollars and so just for a fraction of what we acquired only for fraction of what we gave up. Which was we underwrote basically royalties one or two percent royalties which is a contract that says in the future projects come producing minds generate cashflow one to two percent of their revenue gets to royalty so given up one to two percent future revenue in exchange. We realize more mark to market value than will be paid one hundred percent of folio. And so you can see a wide so timely the acquisitions we made and how we can unlock so much value. Now or we're in a bull market for gold and copper with the acid base that we have perfect and what is You mentioned on the new york stock exchange. What does he being traded on right now. It's a simple. There is jeroy g. r. a. y. that's the ticker symbol for world royalty. That's dead old mining on forty. Eight percent of old itself is also listed on the new york stock exchange and the ticker symbol for gold mining is g. l. d g g awesome. And we'll bring that back up at the end of the show guys you don't have to go back and write it down right now And so you guys have undergone quite a bit chain. I mean that's that's huge. You guys basically doubled in size and there's also been a lot of changes globally here stateside as well with the governments in september. One of the biggest changes has been the administration although some things have remained the same with the national economy and its printing press issues. What what are your thoughts on the The biden administration during its first one hundred days in office. And i think that it's a recently mentioned that they had released it. They're planning on three trillion in new spending stimulus package that they've already started to implement and there just seems to be this never ending avalanche of new money coming in. What are your thoughts on all of this. There's there's this insistent chanted two percent inflation rugged on they need to do is look at the price of Number for example and you'll see that There's there's there are. Inflationary pressures are just run everything you can imagine. And so the reality is a big the ongoing french and stimulus and the basically the ongoing increase in debt levels and Gdp levels doesn't buy that is really want which to not only develop wealth but to really protect work because a runaway inflation despite the pike that again the fed insists They're not even hitting two percent is just have reports. And i believe that i think they're measuring the wrong basket with we begin around us. So it's really reassess which and build a sad certainly an environment right near words full price. It's i stronger in. It has been arrested for sure. I and i think you would be an expectation. Rising prices with dividing edmonston of which is more spending more stimulus. Honestly biden administration wants to do is to really get more behind green energy decarbonised shit and nets your emission. Rose aren't being met on set for two thousand fifty that requires a metal and commodities at are needed for electrification movements and revolution. And so that's everything from clockwork nickel. Lithium uranium easier. these are commodities generate emission. Free to be or archaic despite that will support the development of the degrade batteries and.
"founder chairman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"founder chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're talking about Don Peebles, founder chairman and C E O of the People's Corporation. He also served on the National Finance Committee. A president Barack Obama. Bloomberg's Paul, Sweetie, and I began by asking about the state of US residential real estate. Interestingly enough, we're seeing a lot of tail winds. For single family real estate. I think single family homes are very strong interest rates searched historical lows, and so it's propelling a lot of buyers. Who are able to do that take advantage of it are marked market by so that continued to be a blind spot. I think we're seeing in some places. What was very interesting is in Los Angeles. The condo sales market is actually doing well, and it's surprising bright spot in the marketplace and again because people want to get out of their cars they want. Live closer to where they work, and they're economy's getting open back up. I think the challenge in the industry and real estate of we're all will be. The obvious was retail, brick and mortar retail. And hospitality sectors are very challenged right now. And the office is kind of a wait and see Wait. I don as you're well aware there's this existential discussion going on argument going on about the future of New York City doesn't have a future help, right? Is it what your thoughts Or course I think New York City definitely have a future and it will always be a city of 8.5 million people. That being said about 100,000 residents of left Manhattan, which is a significant number out of two million residents. I think what we're seeing in New York, though, is a of a Perpetuation and continuation of a trend that was beginning to happen before and it started with the salt. Once he stayed, local income tax deductions were taken away. It started encouraging more high net worth. Individuals to relocate to more tax friendly environment. And then there were the diminishment of quality of life. The city got a bit dirtier crime was creeping up a little bit. And then with this pandemic, it is accelerated. So I think on the high end, also luxury side, the residential market is going to struggle. The their sales volume for residential condos is down significantly. And vacancy rates are at, you know, alltime high right now Vacancy rates for apartments in Manhattan or New York City of the whole over 5%, which is a very big number. And then there is about almost 20 million square feet of office space. We're seeing a shift. And what we're also seeing now is millennial coming of age of having being married, having kids and seeking out places that are more conducive To that, where the public school system the more predictable and better quality of life and lower costs. I think we're going to see a shift of what New York City looks like. We're gonna see that That shit is happening. Alan and I think New York is going to become will become much more affordable for younger people. And I think it'll you know, among the silver lining of New Yorker devil attract younger and more creative people. There because it will be more cost effective. Well, So what does it also, then mean for you've got the gateway cities and then you've got secondary and tertiary ery cities. I mean, is that where you want to be investing at this point? Maybe not the gateway cities so much or I don't know. How do you see it done? I think it's very challenging right now to make any kind of long term investment in New York City, I think if you look at the emerging markets, one that air what would be a church, Eric cities that are emerging and I'm gonna become much more dominant players. I would say Charlotte, North Carolina has significant good news recently. They just got a new corporate relocation is going to spend about $2 billion on a headquarters. You have Tennessee, especially Nashville, continuing to do well. South Florida is on a great run both single family size and attract more entrepreneurial financial services firms. Down there, and some of the bigger banks are beginning to look a back. A house counters well, so I think the older types of markets and then some of the other I think Nevada going to begin to pick up in Texas is off to a very well will continue to do very well. I think it's the New York that in the Chicago That city. The major gateway cities are gonna struggle. Boston being an exception to that life scientists and the strong intellectual capital in that marketplace. Are saving it from what would be catastrophic results like what New York is beginning to see right now. So don't just quickly tax. You mentioned a tax policy. What can states like New York and New Jersey and some others do. I mean, they just simply try to get more efficient? A combination of things. I mean, I think that I mean, we did. New York has to recognize in New Jersey. You have to recognize that they are losing residence by the moment. I mean, we just launched a new product club in Miami Beach called a Bath club, which is a private beach club, and we're getting, you know, flooded by applications of people coming from New York relocating down, you know, just kind of most for the moment. They've got a bit of New York, New York, New Jersey have to recognize they've gotta compete for residents, so they've got to be much more efficient and take a fresh look at what role the government have, especially in New York City. What is the role of the municipal government can't be everything to everybody has got a right sided work work quickly. And and this administration's been reluctant to do that, Then I have to take think about longer term tax policy. New York should be in the business of reducing taxes, and it's been advising. Job generation and productivity. Donna What did I wanted to ask you is and I just got done earlier today doing a real estate panel for milk in and it was with global real estate leaders. And one of the participants. Wass Zhang Jin, who is the founder and CEO of SoHo, China, and she made a point of You know, there's very few women when it comes to global real estate, and I know we've talked with you before, And there are other participants in the panel and all white men who said, You know what? There is no diversity when it comes to realestate. Are we making any progress? Especially with what we Have seen over the last conversations over the last 6 to 7 months in terms of racism and inequalities have are we making any progress on it? Any of this? I think, you know. Yes. Slowly but surely if you look at it think about the global head of real estate for Blackstone is a woman. And an immensely qualified women woman, and I believe that I mean women continue to confront and call out.
GM-Nikola Deal in Flux
"Three weeks ago on this show, we talked about Nikola, the electric truckmaker because. On Day, shares of Nikola were more than thirty five percent on the news of its partnership with General Motors. That was a lifetime ago. The deal was supposed to close today. That's not going to happen in terms of closing today and. This seems like a story in Flux Maria because a couple of hours ago I was looking at that. The available information and thinking to myself well, I think I. THINK GM is backing out of this deal. We had the whole thing with Nikola and the founder Chairman of the board resigning immediately. Deleting his social media accounts, allegations coming out and it, and it seemed like. A couple of hours ago. Maybe Chan was just backing off altogether. Now it looks like they might be just negotiating better terms because shares of Nikola were down first thing this morning. then. All of a sudden. They spiked up eleven twelve percent Where do you think this is going? It's really interesting. So Nicola is has ambitious to make electric and hydrogen powered trucks. They want us and lease battering hydrogen-powered semi trucks, tip businesses for anyone who wasn't sure what the company did. So what this deal was supposed to be was GM would get two billion and Meka ls stock paid for with services and various. GM. Parts and components and GM engineer and manufactory manufacturer the manufacturer, the battery and Fuel Cell Versions of Nicholas Badger track. So at that time when they were talking about three weeks ago. which. Feels like a lifetime ago two billion dollars was an eleven percent stake because Nikola at one point, their values over thirty billion, which is larger than Ford and now the market cap is less than seven billion. So that two billion went from an eleven percent stake toe mustard over a twenty percent stake. So it's interesting if they're negotiating different terms, what that will look like going forward because two billion is now a much more sizeable chunk of that company than it was a week or two weeks ago. Yeah I mean just in terms of Nicholas stock three weeks ago on the show we when we were talking about it, it was fifty dollars a share today it's below twenty even with this little bump up. That we're seeing and it just. I want to give the benefit of the doubt Mary Barra the CEO of General Motors and her team. Because she's a very experienced you know for for whatever you think of GM, the company and whatever you think of the stock and from a stock perspective, it has not been a particularly great place to be over the last five to ten years. That being said, she's an experienced professional in this business. So I wanNA give her and her team to benefit of the doubt. I I look at. Everything that is unfolding. And I have the thought that I've had at various points in my life as an investor I look at a either an individual company or just an evolving situation and I just conclude there too many question marks here. There are just there are too many unknowns there too many question marks I kind of want to wait for the dust to settle to see what the new terms are. If the deal actually closes and then see where think shakeout. Yeah I think Nikolas definitely more of a speculative investment since a cart and they haven't actually manufactured car yet but I will say, I, am on the side of I really want them to do. Well, I hope that a deal works out with GM, because I think the future of electric powered vehicles is one that we're moving towards I think it's one that I would like to invest in I. Think Right now betting on them is completely speculative because you have no idea what they can produce but I do think it's important to note that within all of this is shown that there is a. Demand, they had an order for over twenty five, hundred electric garbage trucks from public services they there was an order I over fourteen thousand tracks from Ab Inbev which are planning to use them for long haul deliveries from breweries to distributors. So I think it's important to note that no matter what happens with this company specifically I think this trend is one that's going to have a lot of tailwind. So if I was working at GM and I wanted to be a part of that I, don't think this is a bad option I. Don't think that this deal is necessarily completely a bad idea for GM.
"founder chairman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The edge of chaos. But the benefit of that is great creativity, which is what's helped us adapt from the DVD era forward. Who gets to decide in this company. I mean, you famously took on Ted Sarandos, who used to be chief content guy, and he's now the co CEO with you who makes the decisions in this company. So a perfect quarter for me would be a quarter where I've made no decisions. I've only influenced people I've advocated. I've inspired I've learned We don't do by command. That's sort of the factory era. We do buy influence. I'm so interested in this factory. Eric comparison, because, yes, we're transitioning to a knowledge economy and things were changing and creators now are So important that it can't work everywhere in this economy, right? Correct and any part of the economy that's around mass replication with very little variants, like creating antibiotics, things that air safety critical like airlines in hospitals. You want to be very process oriented. Then there's what used to be a very small sector of the economy of the creative sector, but now growing, where it's fundamentally about ideas and generating stimulating human creativity. Last thing read, and then I'll let you go. And it gets us back to the beginning of this conversation where us first mover in the space, you know, took out blockbuster, right? Who you're worried about. Who's your competition? Are you worried about getting Netflix? I guess. YouTube. Tic tac, um, augmented reality. I think we'll do pretty well against Disney and HBO. We're all going to be in it for a long time. The threats that get you are often the substitution threats. The things that you really didn't spend a lot of time on. And so those are the ones that we worry about in the long term. Hastings is the founder chairman, the co CEO now ah of Netflix. He's got a new book out about that company how he runs it and what its culture is called. No Rules rules. Netflix and the culture of reinvention..
"founder chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You know, I've been talking about a lot over the last month about how do you reopen schools safely, and we've seen a lot of story. He's about how it's not so easily done, and we're gonna get back to Dr Ramon Delage over. It's almost community care because he's really concerned about what's going on in New York City and in the plans. It's a great perspective and really lucky to have him here and glad he's sticking around to tell us a little bit more about What he's seeing. In the meantime, let's get back to the market. Get an update their from Christmas. Hey, Jason. Right now we're seeing price action moved to the downside markets are digesting the minutes from the last meeting. The tone is clearly dovish since policymakers downgraded their expectations for growth in the second half of the year, also an indication that more accommodation may be needed. They did see a rebound in consumer spending. But they also repeated the view that the path of the recovery is going to depend on containment of the virus. Right now, the doll struggling to hold on to a slim gain of less than 1/10 of 1%, P S and P. 500, NASDAQ, Each down from record highs with the S and P. We could buy 1/10 of 1% NASDAQ composite down about 3/10 of 1% now in terms of the Corona virus, Greece and Ireland moved to tighten rules. After a jump in cases the UK is testing or possibly testing people at airports and Finland reinstated border controls theory in the states. New York City's positive test right now at the lowest level since the pandemic began. Florida also showing signs that the outbreak is easy. Lauren Sour is assistant professor of emergency medicine medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, She says the goal is to get K through 12 schools open as quickly as possible, however, taking the right precautions. Meantime, Colleges and universities can adapt. But they also are locations as we've seen in the past few days that have the potential to create explosive out breaks, you know. Teenagers, young adults, They're going to make choices that may exacerbate outbreaks, and oftentimes it's predictable and expected behaviour and we have an obligation to reduce the risk in the spaces that is Lauren Sour, assistant professor of emergency medicine At the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health School is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg is founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies. I'm Chris know that should Bloomberg business Flash, All right, Thank you so much. Well, as you just heard, Doug mention we're talking to experts all the time about this. Talking about schools reopening, Let's continue Our conversation with Dr Ramon tell large founder chairman of some most community care, joining.
Determining Your One Thing with Gary Keller
"Hey. If you're a small business owner by now, you have figured out that you can't just work in the business you got to work on the business you've got to get above it gotta do strategic planning and team building all the things that cause a business to actually scale to the next level. That's what it takes to achieve your dreams. But how do you do that? It's not that easy. From the Ramsey network this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host Daniel. Tardy, and today we're GonNa talk about how you actually scale a business. How do you get out of that startup stage the treadmill stage you know the bootstrap thing where it's hard and just grinding whatever you WANNA call that stage you've got to break through it to get to the next level. But, it all starts with what we call humble beginnings. All businesses start, but they don't have to stay there and they should stay there had you've got dreams of this thing becoming a big deal and my guest today it's GonNa teach you exactly how that works. Gary Keller is the CO founder, chairman and CEO of keller-williams maybe you've heard of them well, in fact, they're the world's largest real estate firm by agent count he's a titan of his industry he's built a dynasty. But it didn't start that way. And a Gary's, case. He was a real estate agent. With no track, record. So I didn't have any real focus in college and my dad, my sophomore year says, Hey, you probably need to get a major. So he had me that summer spin a day with a lawyer David account a with a banker with a realtor not like the real tournament went back to college and turns out they were just a major mural state. So that's how I came to get my degree allstate was the dad said, just go shadow these people. As exercise I mean most dads don't have their sons do this. So that's that's fascinating to me. He was an educator. So my mother and father were both educated so that that made sense to him. I got to college study real estate came out attributed like a job. So one of the biggest mistakes the independent contractors make is they don't treat it like a job, right they get in there for the freedom and the flexibility and the possibility of untold wealth, and what they do is they take advantage of the freedom and flexibility and they overtake advantage of it, and then they never get the wealth. It's a job it's a job. So I came out of college come to Austin I'd been here once before my. Family I didn't know anybody at the time other than a former school friend and join US Real Estate Company and start selling real estate and all I did was treated like a job that is I got up early and I went to work. So I showed up and by the way there was nobody there and literally would pull my little Volkswagen into the office and there was nobody there and I just got to work and they said look you're gonNA have to generate because we're not going to give you any clients. And of course, I went oh my gosh and they didn't talk about that in college at all. You know they talked about real estate they never said you to generate a client, right? and. So I had to go learn to Lee generate and I read some books and two classes and I went out and I saw five houses my first thirty days in a city that actually never been to write other than once and I did it just by following the books I did what they told me I. Didn't one of the mistakes that we make. I think is that we try to be creative on the front end of doing something instead of the back end and when I mean is is that I had a college professor say Gary Pretty Smart. But if you look around, you realize that people have lived before you. And you might WanNA study them before you go and try to reinvent the wheel and that had a profound impact on me because my went. Okay. So what he's saying is I, should go find out where people who are doing this the best are and just mimic them until I internalize what they're doing. So I, understand it and then I can be creative off of that but. I shouldn't go in and just be creative on the front end because what do I know it would take me years to get smart by doing it and learning from me doing it. I could really speed that up I copy and other people in the beginning. So that's really what got me going. What I came to understand was sales is helping people make good decisions and I didn't. Care in the end I had no real vested interest if the decision was not to buy or if it was to buy because I was looking for clients for life and in the short term, you would think well, I needed everyone to buy because I or or sell with me because I need to make money now but I looked up and I realized pretty quick I wanted to. Have a great career, not just a great year in the way to have a great career was to not overly emphasize the moments income focus on doing right by people they'll do right by you. Right people don't care how much you know until they care right? Did you it these mantras that are not really just mantras they're actually golden rules in philosophies about how to look at things.
Determining Your One Thing with Gary Keller
"Gary Keller is the CO founder, chairman and CEO of keller-williams maybe you've heard of them well, in fact, they're the world's largest real estate firm by agent count he's a titan of his industry he's built a dynasty. But it didn't start that way. And a Gary's, case. He was a real estate agent. With no track, record. So I didn't have any real focus in college and my dad, my sophomore year says, Hey, you probably need to get a major. So he had me that summer spin a day with a lawyer David account a with a banker with a realtor not like the real tournament went back to college and turns out they were just a major mural state. So that's how I came to get my degree allstate was the dad said, just go shadow these people. As exercise I mean most dads don't have their sons do this. So that's that's fascinating to me. He was an educator. So my mother and father were both educated so that that made sense to him. I got to college study real estate came out attributed like a job. So one of the biggest mistakes the independent contractors make is they don't treat it like a job, right they get in there for the freedom and the flexibility and the possibility of untold wealth, and what they do is they take advantage of the freedom and flexibility and they overtake advantage of it, and then they never get the wealth. It's a job it's a job. So I came out of college come to Austin I'd been here once before my. Family I didn't know anybody at the time other than a former school friend and join US Real Estate Company and start selling real estate and all I did was treated like a job that is I got up early and I went to work. So I showed up and by the way there was nobody there and literally would pull my little Volkswagen into the office and there was nobody there and I just got to work and they said look you're gonNA have to generate because we're not going to give you any clients. And of course, I went oh my gosh and they didn't talk about that in college at all. You know they talked about real estate they never said you to generate a client, right? and. So I had to go learn to Lee generate and I read some books and two classes and I went out and I saw five houses my first thirty days in a city that actually never been to write other than once and I did it just by following the books I did what they told me I. Didn't one of the mistakes that we make. I think is that we try to be creative on the front end of doing something instead of the back end and when I mean is is that I had a college professor say Gary Pretty Smart. But if you look around, you realize that people have lived before you. And you might WanNA study them before you go and try to reinvent the wheel and that had a profound impact on me because my went. Okay. So what he's saying is I, should go find out where people who are doing this the best are and just mimic them until I internalize what they're doing. So I, understand it and then I can be creative off of that but. I shouldn't go in and just be creative on the front end because what do I know it would take me years to get smart by doing it and learning from me doing it. I could really speed that up I copy and other people in the beginning. So that's really what got me going. What I came to understand was sales is helping people make good decisions and I didn't. Care in the end I had no real vested interest if the decision was not to buy or if it was to buy because I was looking for clients for life and in the short term, you would think well, I needed everyone to buy because I or or sell with me because I need to make money now but I looked up and I realized pretty quick I wanted to. Have a great career, not just a great year in the way to have a great career was to not overly emphasize the moments income focus on doing right by people they'll do right by you. Right people don't care how much you know until they care right? Did you it these mantras that are not really just mantras they're actually golden rules in philosophies about how to look at things.
Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses
"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus
"founder chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And sales force founder chairman and co chief executive officer mark Benny off here they talk about Benny office relationship with Steve Jobs as well as his leadership on social and political issues did you meet Steve Jobs have any relationship with him I did I met Steve Jobs and then Steve Jobs ended up having a huge impact on my life especially when I started sales force it was a very very meaningful and powerful relationship and I would be the person I am and sales force would not be the company does without Steve now when sales force was started you started the system of having people develop applications apps and you had the name of the apps store and then can you tell how that revolves well this was a really weird situations so in two thousand one sales force was like a eighteen months old or something and I got an invitation to fund because someone called college track was starting which was being put together by a Steve Jobs wife Laurene Powell jobs and so we ended up doing that and then there was a dinner afterwards and I was like oh this is going to be some incredible huge dinner and I go to the dinner and Lorraine had forgotten to make a reservation and it was packed so Steve's like I'm not leaving until the table opens now I won't go into the aspects of his personality but just know we were leaving so he's like you want to see something cool I'm like well yeah so he could take those are the back parking goes well I just entered is this last week it's the I pod and he had an eye upon and I'm like well that's pretty cool is again I got a thousand songs my pocket when you think about that a Mike I like it is a yeah you can twin is turn it like this and all the laws the quick this data but that is really cool and then I he I got so damn you know it's kind of like a computer you could probably build a little application there and that screen could be color you could probably even of movies and probably wouldn't be that hard and you know would be really awesome and he goes he will never do that that's the dumbest idea I've ever heard so then at the end we have this nice long dinner it goes on for hours and and at the end then he says well mark you need some help run in sales force and I go we'll maybe any goes with you really need how you better come and see me in my office and I will help you so then I kind of got my courage up and we went down there and I took my coat to co founders with me and buy more demo in sales force because wishes and that is like you know what mark there's three things you better to you and you better do it right now and I'm like okay what are the number one you better go get the biggest customer you possibly can get somebody like Avon Avon it was to said now I want you to really understand this you are going to be ten times larger in twenty four months or it is over for you do you understand what I'm saying yes Sir ten times larger in twenty four months and one last thing yes you need to go build an application economy what does that mean I don't know but you better go figure it out A. N. I said thank you very much we walked out of the building and got in our car and drove home and my co founders mouse were open and I could not figure out that last the first from first to easy though I could not figure it out then I kind of had a dream where I saw that we could have in our application a market place where other developers can maybe build on our platform and then in certain things in it and then we could you know have a catalog of things and I'm like this is like a apps store and I called up our lawyer at the time and I registered the trademark apps store and then what happened was is we got a call Steve Jobs wants us to come down for a major announcement on the apple campus so then we are are down there and we're in this big apple auditorium and it's a big production the videos are going and Steve walks out in his jeans and a black tee shirt the whole thing and is this ladies and gentlemen I'm here to announce my greatest invention of all time apps store and my employees who are sitting around me you could hear them have an audible gasp the production went on and at the end the whole auditorium ended and emptied out and Steve was down at this stage of the bottom I said I'm gonna give you a gift as well what give can you give me I said I'm gonna give you the trademark for apps store and the U. R. L. for no charge because thank you for everything you've done for me and he goes well it's not going to be anything you know that stores never really gonna work out right not gonna be that big recently you've been very involved in things other than running salesforce dot com salesforce dot com is done very very well but you've been a leader in certain issues for example when Indiana decided to change its laws relating to hello lesbians bisexuals gays and so forth you did something about that what did you do and why were you so concerned about it we're not just the largest employer in San Francisco and largest tech companies ever so but we're actually largest tech company in Indiana in Indianapolis and if you go to Indianapolis you'll see a gorgeous salesforce tower call me at a time unbelievable view and my employees call me and they go well we have a problem and I'm kind of listen to them and it just feels inside that they're right some like don't worry Mike pence is never going to sign a law discriminating against gays I met him he is great well I he did and I was really surprised and maybe a little upset and I tweeted well this is going to force us if Indiana is going to discriminate against our LGBTQ employers then we are going to do this invest in Indiana because how my gonna bring my customers there and my employees there and how may go higher and make a great tech company there if they're discriminating against LGBT Q. employees and customers and everybody else and that opened a door and by the next day every other company like Commons and you are a little in Indiana and ever hundreds of other companies even companies all over the world said we agree with mark we're also gonna disinvest and Mike pence called me and said well what are we going to do and I'm like I think we're going to have to issue role in economic sanctions against the state of Indiana and he's like what does that mean I'm like I don't know but I think it's going to be bad and he's like well what should we do I'm like why don't we just resolve this you know we know each other this is not that hard and in fact we I sent to my employees to his office and within within a couple days it was worked out he changed the law and was all behind us and by the way I think that's how it should work anyway you know it's very easy that was sales force founder chairman and co chief executive officer mark Benny off speaking with Carlo group co founder David Rubenstein coming up we'll hear from Steven Schwartzman the founder of Blackstone group I'm Charlie Pellett this is Bloomberg.
"founder chairman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Unemployment interest rates inflation none of that data is is in a lane that would even be crossed over right now the only thing in peace and could affect as volatility but if you understand that this goes to political regimes just like it goes volatility researcher temporaries status okay it's not there forever so who's right Sony liquid so now for the motion this is why you want to take a look this one you wanted the first of my part was it every once in awhile we had a great show to because it's not often we get to talk to three C. E. O.'s in one day other Austin green room now but to kill gill that box one as the founder chairman CEO of a chemical after sisters are they are publicly traded is taxable eighty HX with him I've ever spoken before but I know that one of our viewers let us know about this company and it's really interesting because one of my biggest fear what is your biggest author health is getting all I got to heart stops Missy my stroke or Lou Gehrig's disease but yeah those and and and these guys I am ready I would take on whatever with that with whatever I got my doctor in Boston is here to talk about their company in and they've got a they have a cell therapy called multi stem and I was gonna tell so does so welcome to the program Sir how are you nice to see thanks for having me today so so I I'm I'm a right to be feared of this thing called stroke because you know this is the host of the horrible thought as everybody I mailed us about the age of fifty I think I'm there talk about talk about the problem talk about your solution so stroke I think a lot of people know people that have had a stroke it might be a lot one or a family member or just somebody that they know about what most people don't realize is the leading cause of disability in most countries in the world today wow and if you guys nailed it it's a problem it becomes.
"founder chairman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"founder chairman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"founder chairman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"founder chairman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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"founder chairman" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Means firmly under the control Michael Dell the founder, chairman CEO and his private equity backers Silverlake Michael Dell owns fifty five percent of the oh by himself all the common stock shareholders combined. Only twenty two percent they can appoint just one board member yet Delile Michael Dell to care about a bell. Well, he's got his liberal good numbers for himself. I like his style strategy on not thrilled that he is basically younger state going on there when it comes to share on voting all that said, I think the posits your to outweigh the negatives for one versus reason dealt technology stock is third cheap at these levels. Cubbies there six thousand fifty one cents per share this year, maybe another similar number next year and seven dollars sixty three cents twenty twenty one. That means Dell's trading at less his six times twenty twenty one fiscal year earnings estimates, which is insane. Given that historically Michael Dell spin pretty good steward of his investments by comparison. You'll Packard sales at ten times says at these levels, I think they are mostly baked in your and the positives. They're not something that's even more obvious. When you consider the Dell stock actually managed to rally today, even as the rest of the market, crumbled and believe it or not I think they'll be people think about this like they do IBM and take it up again, the moral now Michael Dell will build squawk box. He's in Davos tomorrow morning. I think. Thirty exciting bottom line. Now, the Deltec publicly traded again, I recognize the company is far from perfect. But that darn stock is to keep to or you know, what it is. It's. Stick with Craig. Important this morning eight the big position EBay and talked about the idea that should be split up. Bring up to if you only please do not sell it. If you do not want to consider I think the unlocking that you made me worth as much as fifty dollars for this thirty three dollar stock. And I want you in there. I'm doing more work. So for my work Burr, FIS what Elliott is saying about so many divisions that I think it looks like a very attractive limited downside situation. Ebay, which I have not liked for very long time. I like say this. We'll market summer at finding just for you right here money. I'm Jim Cramer. I'll see you too.
"founder chairman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yes. I think we have to think about this. No, no, no. I I just was thinking about the Hollywood not Marley news is the was the American businessman, founder chairman and CEO of herbal life international. Sadly, we don't want to make light of this. You lost your husband. He passed away when you're newlyweds. Yes. We were married. We were together we got set up on a blind date 'cause I had a really Kamal to relationship with John, CLYDE and him. And I are are were fringe now. And in fact, his wife, and I are like sisters. I adore his way you mean, his ex wife. Correct. Right. Okay. We have to can you stay for one more segment because they're calling me. Now when we come back, I want you to think long and hard about this. I don't have the skills. You have I want you to teach me how to so that everyone can hear what are the feminine? What is the feminine art of seduction that helps men fall in love with women because there's anybody on the planet. Who knows it? It's you. We'll be right back with my guests Darcy LaPierre. You're listening to the doctor Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM, six forty Lapresles. Got the news for us. The head of Iran's nuclear program says the Islamic Republic has started the process for twenty percent uranium enrichment for its fifty year old research reactor in Tehran officials say that means Iran has abandoned the terms of the two thousand fifteen atomic accord. The average price of gas in the US has dropped pulse. Cents a gallon for regular over.
Should Big Tech pay more to help the homeless in San Francisco?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU and by G, suite by Google cloud. A suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail docs, slides sheets and drive. You can make real time updates to the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all the tools are cloud based your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time make it with G suite by Google cloud. Learn more at G, suite dot com. Does he oh of Salesforce says homelessness is his problem from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. In San Francisco next week voters will decide whether the city's largest companies most of them tech companies should pay tax that will raise money to help homeless. Families. Other cities have tried similar efforts voters in Seattle recently overturned attacks on large employers that would have funded affordable housing efforts. This city is biggest tech employer their Amazon strongly objected. But in San Francisco, the city's biggest tech employer is four the measure, Mark Benny off is the co CEO of Salesforce. And yes, the guy who just bought time magazine, he's stumping for the ballot measure called proposition c he said Salesforce recently held its annual dream force conference downtown and attendees from all over the world were horrified. I could tell you how many phone calls and emails and stories have had from people who had adverse interactions with homeless terrible situations with the cleanliness of our streets, including encountering human feces and other terrible things. And you just have to ask yourself. What has happened to our great city here? And that's why I'm supporting proposition c you know, in some ways a business tax in San Francisco is really attacks on the tech industry, which has come under fire for all kinds of problems, including the housing crisis and economic inequality. Do you think that's fair should this industry shoulder the blame for the homelessness crisis and other social problems in San Francisco or anywhere else? Well, I think you know, Salesforce is the city's largest employer, and we are also the largest company in San Francisco, we're doing just fine. Our companies worth about one hundred billion dollars other companies here at them all up its hundreds of billions of dollars and all of this. Well, it has been built on the back of our city. And the question is are you giving back to the city now in a New York Times op-ed, you argued that business half's to have a purpose beyond prophets. And that that can be good for business to the counter argument that you quoted was Milton Friedman saying that. Who get in on social issues can undermine the basis of a free society considering that we've seen a lot of CEOs across tech another industries get more involved in policy and CEO's like you and Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg increasingly control methods of communication in the media. Can you see an argument for Friedman side, the idea of undermining the basis of a free society or unintended consequences at a minimum today? I could tell you that especially here in San Francisco, you cannot separate business from our city. You know, you can't tell me that this homeless problem is not my problem is the city's largest employer. It's my employees who don't feel safe going to our transit station. It's our customers. You don't feel safe coming to our conferences? So is this homeless situation somehow separate from my business? No the business of business is about the whole world. Mark Benny off is the founder chairman and co. CEO of Salesforce. Now, plenty of tech companies don't support proposition c lift stripe NBC funds acquire capital oppose it square and Twitter. CEO Jack Dorsey has also said it's not the right solution. And now for some related links related to the tech industry and social issues. Some two hundred Google employees plan to walk out of work today to protest how the company is handled sexual misconduct allegations a report in the New York Times earlier this week said Google had paid Android creator. Andy Rubin ninety million dollars to leave the company even though he'd been sleeping with multiple Google staffers and allegedly sexually assaulted woman. He was dating and after that came out the company put out a memo and said it had fired forty eight people for sexual harassment in just two years. Another one actually happened yesterday. A director at Google x is out. He was named in that time story about inappropriate behavior. None of those forty eight people got paid for leaving though. And then Tuesday in courts, the head of Google X gave this long interview about how he thinks that gender inequality is quote the single. Biggest fixable problem humanity has and he said men need to listen and change. So that's nice. I mean props for cleaning house or whatever. Okay. Totally other topic. Check out the latest episode of the podcast. Why'd you push that button from the verge, which is about my favorite topic group chats because you know, how I think they're actually the future of social networking, and I think apple needs to release. I message for everyone and be an actual Facebook competitor for the podcast has the director of product management for Facebook messenger. And as it turns out, according to a story in wired, Mark Zuckerberg said during Facebook's financial results, call Tuesday that the news feed will be less important and ephemeral stories and messenger, and what's up. We'll be more important. So the vision Facebook has pushed on us for ten years. A big huge comments full of people you barely know. Disagree with actually makes us feel bad about ourselves and gets boring really fast. And all we really wanted was a nice day place to talk to each other. And be friends. Glad to see that now. But, you know, props for cleaning house, or whatever I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN.
Enron fraud architect Jeff Skilling released from prison
"Oh five former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling. Released from an Alabama prison living in a halfway house undisclosed location sixty four year old sentence in two thousand six to twenty four years in prison and a forty five million dollar fine after being. Convicted on multiple counts of fraud conspiracy and insider trading his. Sentence was reduced five years ago in a plea deal the Enron collapse in, two thousand, one was the largest bankruptcy in. US history founder chairman Ken Lay convicted along with skilling he died of a heart. Attack six weeks later while his case was under appeal and so that conviction was thrown
Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigns from Louisville board of trustees
"Tracy thanks for that this is just a crazy story i don't think we know him as a john schnatter shot asner is sh ner you say shattner yeah we don't know as john just known as papa john's and we know him as the guy would hang out with peyton manning and they would tell us to buy pizza at halftime so some of us would go and we buy pizza and then we also knew him as the guy that did a nationwide search for the car that he had in high school that it had to sell in order to start his first papa john's franchisee found that car and i think he paid the gentlemen what was it crazy a crazy amount of my like five hundred thousand dollars or something to get his car back paid a lot of money you get this car back and you just always saw him is a guy who was interesting he was always around interesting people always around athletes hung out with peyton manning a lot in fact i think peyton had eighteen franchises in denver because he was spokesperson i think there's a trade that happen and then also i remember a number of years ago we went to the super bowl in phoenix and we're reporting from there and john was there and you have a lot of superstars that come from all different types of sports and they walk on radio row there's about one hundred twenty radio stations and they go from radio station to radio station radio station and everybody's either selling a book they're selling a podcast they're selling an energy drink they're selling something and he would go from radio station radio station in and the people that were anyone that wanted a selfie they wanted a selfie with papa john's that's who they wanted a selfie with right anyway we found out something today through forbes magazine because a number of months ago he resigned from the pizza chain and nobody knew why well according to forbes this afternoon let's say john schnatter the founder chairman and public face of the pizza chain papa john's actually use the n word on a conference call back in may he has now confirmed the incident and the email statement to forbes on wednesday to call was arranged between papa john's executives in the marketing agency notice landry services it was designed they were going to do some role playing because evidently every time he went on tv or every time he talked about the nfl or he was being asked because i spent a lot of money on the nfl about players kneeling and how he felt about that they felt like he was sticking his foot in his mouth and as a result of that papa john's are suffering they were so unless pizza and they were losing market share and as a result of that they said let's do some role playing here so they're on the call in may and they ask him how he would distance himself again this is just role playing how would you distance yourself from racist groups online he responded by downplaying the significant of significance of his nfl statement and he said this quote colonel sanders called blacks and then he used it he used that word he used that word the n word he used it and then he started complaining that colonel sanders never faced public bash la backlash as a result of that have gone and he talked about how growing up in indiana where he lived that black people were pulled behind drag behind trucks until they died again this is in reference to how would you distance yourself from racist groups but if you remember what was happening at the time the kneeling in the nfl was breaking along racial lines and there was there still is a wide divide between how a lot of white people view that versus how a lot of black people view that and he was at the front of this charge for the nfl saying you gotta fix this because the ratings need to come up if when the ratings come up we sell more pizzas and you also charging us in advertising rate based on this rating number and you're not bringing in the rating number so figure out this kneeling thing so that the ratings will go back up so then to go on and talk about men being drug behind trucks are dragged behind trucks until they died and using the.