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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KCRW

"A Monday edition starts at three it's six fifty one this is the California report good morning I'm lily tamale we're gonna start in Sacramento where governor Gavin Newsom has officially vetoed a bill that pits him against environmentalists supporters of SP one say it would have shielded the state from the trump administration's efforts to rollback Obama era protections on air water and endangered species by in training those protections into state law Kim Delfino is the California program director for defenders of wildlife which co sponsored the legislation while praising Newsome's environmental record she says she's disappointed by the move adding that advocates will be watching closely to see whether hell champion imperiled species particularly how this governor is going to be managing the largest fresh water estuary on the west coast which is the San Francisco Bay delta Newsome says the state is already aggressively fighting to safeguard the environment to lawsuits and other administrative measures well Wells Fargo is getting a new top executive but he won't live anywhere near the San Francisco based bank next month the bank of New York Mellon CEO Charles Scharf takes over about six months after Timothy Sloane suddenly resigned Wells Fargo is still reeling from its fake account scandal that dealt a serious blow to its reputation Emily flutter covers the bank for the New York times good morning good morning so Emily why did it take Wells Fargo. this long to find a C. E. L. this was a really tough search first of all the decision for Tim Sloan to step down was abrupt and the board did not have time to prepare for the search until they had to start actually conducting at. in addition to that it was hard to find someone who wanted to take responsibility for Wells Fargo it's a bit of a mess right now so the new CEO is Charles Scharf who is a. Charlie Scharf is of well known man on Wall Street he was the chief financial officer of Citigroup's investment banking business he worked for JP Morgan where he ran the consumer facing bank and he was also the C. E. O. of visa so bankers know him he doesn't have any kind of colorful reputation he's just known as a rather steady fellow who has led companies the size before and we'll see how he does and yet he is choosing to live in New York City which is seen as pretty unusual why is that is that viewed as a red flag well I think what this really says is that Wells Fargo was willing to make some compromises to get Scharf to come on board. sharks life is in New York his family is here when he was the CEO of visa he found it difficult to operate on the west coast he really wanted to be back in New York and that was part of why he left visa so to to convince him to join them I think Wells Fargo really had to make that compromise in what is this mean for customers retail customers people who bank with Wells Fargo of which there are many here on the west coast for customers I don't think that there's going to be anything that they're gonna notice really quickly but in my own reporting I have found that there are areas where Wells Fargo appears to still be mistreating some customers I will deter story in in August where we found that the bank was charging some customers fees even after it told them that it had closed their accounts so you know that's sort certainly one of the problems that the bank still has to address and we'll see whether that happens under Scharf and how quickly it happens if it does Emily flutter covers Wells Fargo for The New York Times thanks Emily thank you willing. Los Angeles is celebrating the contributions of millions of Mexican migrant workers called for Serra's who came to the US as part of a guest worker program that started during World War two from case your W. abishai artsy attended the unveiling of a monument to these workers yesterday the nineteen foot tall bronze statue depicts a Mexican migrants standing by his wife and child with his left hand he wipes the sweat from the back of his neck with a handkerchief with his right hand he holds a short handled hoe called el Cortijo it was better for the crop than it was for the workers so they insisted that that be used there wasn't less damage to the roots Dan Medina is the sculptor and the son of a bracero because farm workers had to stoop to use Alcor Tito it became a symbol of the back breaking working conditions in the fields and eventually outline..

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Policy power maybe morris' June Grasso joins us in just a few minutes still to come in at the easy case against the Clinton campaign dies out effectively killed by Republicans and then Facebook latest trouble with the Federal Trade Commission but first we check the markets with Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett thank you Amy were looking at tech shares because they are being given credit for propelling U. S. stocks the all time high strong results and a jump in gross domestic product failed to deter expectations federal cut rates next week Derek Halpenny give you F. G. European head of global markets tells rumorfix difficult to trade equities in a world where there are so many large geopolitical risks going on you know I think that that the safest fat is for markets to look at the fundamentals and be driven by corporate earnings and I'm I'm sticking to what what they believe is happening in terms of the key driver of of equity markets you know but we were in a world in which I think we've been a world for very very long time all contents noticeable geopolitical risks from different places around the world we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio the S. and P. five hundred up sixty percent of twenty thousand a tenth of a percent of twenty eight in the nasdaq's up over one percent of four to ten years up to thirty seconds the O. two point zero seven percent West Texas intermediate crude has switched horses moved out of the red and the green stuff I have to present a fifty six twenty nine comics builds up three tenths of a percent at fourteen thirty two ten per ounce the dollar yen one oh eight seventy the euro dollar eleven twenty to forty dollars twenty three eighty four wells Fargo's looking to ramp up as Wall Street ambitions by scooping up traders and sales staff from Deutsche Bank following the German lenders decision to abandon the equities business sources tell Bloomberg the San Francisco based bank is in talks to hire about ten people across equity sales and trading from Berkshire bank by Val Wells Fargo WFC is up one point nine percent that's a Bloomberg business Bloomberg politics policy power and water continues with the mortars all right.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Manafort was given nearly four year prison term for tax and Bank fraud charges in that case of vote in the Senate is expected tomorrow on a resolution opposing President Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the US Mexico border. It's expected to clear the Senate having already been approved by the house. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell acknowledges, some GOP senators are still undecided. The use of the national emergency law has generated a good deal of discussion. And we'll continue having noses Gushin's Republicans hold a fifty three forty seven majority in the Senate, President Trump promises a veto if the resolution clears congress the president's declaration would free up more money for a border wall. On Wall Street, the Dow's up one hundred three points. This is NPR news from news, I'm Brian watt. Governor Gavin Newsom plans to end the death penalty in California by executive order. This morning calling the system in expensive in discriminatory failure. Politics correspondent Maria Lago reports. New order will put a moratorium on the death penalty for all seven hundred and thirty seven of California's death row prisoners and closed the state's only execution chamber at San Quentin prison near San Francisco in the order Newsom argues that the death penalty is unfair and discriminates against people of color and those with mental disabilities. He also cites the cost and the fact that innocent people have been sentenced to death in California. And he argues that executions do not make the state's safer. The move is sure to spark legal challenges and could be reversed by the next governor California voters rejected about measure to end capital punishment in two thousand sixteen. I'm Marie salonpas cake you eating news. The chief executive of Wells Fargo says his company's culture has changed CEO. Timothy Sloan testified before the House Financial Services committee yesterday. He told lawmakers the San Francisco-based Bank has made efforts to repay customers who were wrong. In recent years, but not everyone was convinced. Here's committee, chairwoman Maxine Waters, all the changes that you said that you've made are not evident, and you do not have the kind of customer satisfaction. That you're alluding to again is Wells Fargo too big to manage..

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Donald Trump says he wants to find out what happened to Saudi dissident journalist Jamal show G, but as NPR's Mara Liasson tells us Trump also continues to give the benefit of the doubt to the Saudi Royal family. The president said he'll be briefed soon by secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who's on his way back from meetings in Saudi Arabia and Turkey, President Trump has compared the Saudi Royal family to Brad Kavanagh suggesting that they've both been considered guilty until proven innocent today. He was asked whether those statements gave the Saudis cover with that being said Saudi Arabia's been a very important ally of ours in the Middle East. The president also said he thinks audiotapes of what could be kashogi. Jeez. Torture and dismemberment at the hands of Saudi government officials probably exists. And that he's asked the Turkish government to share those tapes with US investigators Mara Liasson NPR news, the White House. Citing waste and fat in the federal budget. President Trump says he's directing members of his cabinet to adopt. What he calls the nickel plan? He wants them to find a way to cut at least five percent from their budgets for the next fiscal year, which starts October first two thousand nineteen the president is expected to release his twenty twenty budget early next year. In a move that likely irks China, a US navy research vessel has docked in Taiwan NPR's. Rob Schmitz reports. This is a diplomatic diplomatically. Fragile time for Washington DC and Beijing they're both locked in a trade war. The vessel named the Thomas g Thompson arrived in the southern port of Kaohsiung to refuel and change crews. Taiwan's official news agency quoted the island's defense minister saying it's visit is unrelated to military activity. China objects to all governmental and military contact between the US and Taiwan which it claims is part of China despite its having its own democratically elected government, flag military. It's not the first time the vessel has docked in Taiwan. But this visit comes at a sensitive time in US China relations, the world's two largest economies are embroiled in a trade war and China's demanded the US cancel a three hundred and thirty million dollar sale of parts and support for Taiwan's US made f sixteen fighter jets, rob Schmitz, then pure news Shanin Russia's investigating a mass shooting. Vocational college in Crimea today that ended in the deaths of eighteen people and left more than forty others wounded local authorities encouraged say that the gunman was an eighteen year old student. They're reporting that he took his own life. They say this was not a terrorist attack there categorizing this as again, a mass shooting at last check on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average was down eighty five points at twenty five thousand seven hundred fourteen the NASDAQ is down eighteen points at seventy six twenty seven the SMP's down one at twenty eight hundred eight this is NPR. Wells Fargo is getting ready for Brexit. The San Francisco based Bank says some of its servicing to Europe needs to move out of London to that end it supplied for an investment firm license in France, NPR's, Eleanor Beardsley reports on the banks transition against the backdrop of significant uncertainty over whether Britain will be able to finalise its divorce from the European Union by next March is planned the San Francisco based banks says it will continue to service UK and non EU clients from London, but it says.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Uh-huh. Okay. We're done. We're we're moving off. In my way of saying. Deprive? This state is far from deprived of liberal advocates. We got a lot yesterday is littered with legal advocates. If you look at the constitution and the roles and duties of the attorney general it does not say be a liberal advocate against the president's agenda. Nowhere nowhere in the duties in the constitution article from the Washington PO I'm sorry. The Huffington Post goes on to call Keith Ellison. One of the activists left's most prominent stars. Drew? You tweeted somebody's thread yesterday who had done some extensive work going in talking with people around the state in regards to Ellison and potential voters. It was really sort of enlightening the way that the that. The takeaway seemed to be that the Democrats they spoke to a lot a lot in the rural areas, we're going to vote on party lines. But the ones that were concerned about Ellison said they wanted a democrat. They just wish that democrat wasn't Ellison. Yeah. And there was a couple of one specific quote that was I believe echoed a couple of times, which is the first time. I've heard sort of this taker this theory, and I don't know where the hell it's coming from. But there are actually people out there that are going to vote for Ellison in the hopes that he wins, and then resigned go that will never happen. Of course, not we were these people. I was gonna say these people are fooling themselves. But I don't think they are. I think they're just giving themselves a little mental cover to justify the gross activity of circling that little bubble next to Keith Ellison's name that they're planning on doing hashtag. I believe her and less. She will ruin my party's chances of winning and this is gross. Because this is this is a Huffington Post article. So this is a national article that is the whole headline is all about abuse accusations of looming over key thousands bid for attorney general, but it doesn't go into at all whatsoever. What the allegations are. I does the Huffington Post. Yeah. Yeah. It doesn't mention Carolina Hans it doesn't mention her allegations are the tone of this article is boy really is a shame that these abuse allegations are looming over bid for attorney general because he really human. He should win. Absolutely. Should be really terrible. If Minnesota were deprived. You know, a hardcore far-left liberal activists like Keith Ellison in the attorney general's office. Religious would be ashamed. It's gross. Number five opponents of the bridge oil pipeline protested in Minneapolis again from the Associated Press. Opponents. Opponents have protested in downtown Minneapolis against the end bridge energy is plan to replace its aging line three crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota protesters on yesterday erected to large teepees outside of Wells Fargo building. Wells Fargo says well, the San Francisco based Bank has relationship with Canadian-based and bridge and other energy companies. It's not funding the project. I don't think it's appropriate for them to be co opting that of native Americans in their protesting. That's completely inappropriate. A protester was suspended from top one of the piece what others held signs in demonstrator briefly chanted. Shame on Wells Fargo, even though Wells Fargo has no funding connection to and bridge and bridge wants to replace line three which runs from Alberta across North Dakota, Minnesota to Wisconsin, the American Indian and environmental activists contend, the new line is not needed and spills and fragile areas. Opponents have asked the Minnesota public utilities commission to reconsider its approval of line three or the. The activists running out of people to go protest. I mean between like the fight for fifteen. Right. And then you've got everybody that was out yesterday at MSG protesting President Donald Trump showing up, and then you've got these guys here mean they gotta be running fit in their ranks Sunday started. This isn't like a grass roots kind of thing is never ending flow. Some people. Very very very very, very good. I mean on both sides. And they're all gonna vote for Keith Ellison. Excellent job salmon. Thank you too early. Bird electric, Chris concert..

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KGO 810

"A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon, Alexa, open the cagey. Oh, eight tenths Gill. Good afternoon, I'm Nikki medoro. Police have arrested one man and are searching for a second male suspect in the shooting that wounded two people across the street from Los Angeles charter school officers say champs. Charter high remains locked down more than an hour after gunfire erupted at a nearby Jack in the box restaurant today officers with guns drawn search the area in the business district of Anna's neighborhood. The officers is to victims are hospitalized in unknown condition. Wells Fargo is planning to cut up to ten percent of its workforce over the next three years, which will result in tens of thousands of job losses for employees of the nation's third largest Bank. Wells Fargo chief executive Tim Sloan made the announcement to employers today. The Bank currently employs roughly two hundred sixty five thousand workers and plans to cut its headcount through both attrition and layoffs. The San Francisco based Bank has been under a cloud of scandal. Since two thousand fifteen when it admitted its employees open millions of fake Bank accounts for. Customers in order to meet unrealistic sales goals since that admission wells has admitted to other scandals including selling auto insurance to borrowers who did not need it for Zell with their annual ranking of the most value franchises in the NFL. Here's correspondent John Stolnis for the twelfth street year. The Dallas Cowboys are at the top end. There's no close second valued at nearly twice the league average. The team is worth five billion dollars up four percent from last year despite having reached the playoffs just nine times since their last Super Bowl victory. More than two decades ago back in July. The Cowboys were also ranked as the world's most valuable sports team overall for the third straight year the first team to reach five billion in value. The patriots came in second with the New York Giants third Los Angeles Rams fourth in Washington Redskins v. The defending Super Bowl champion eagles came in at number ten. I'm John Stolnis in a restaurant in Maine plans to get its lobsters stoned before steaming or boiling them the owner of. Charlotte's legendary lobster pound believes it be it would be more humane than the traditional method. Charlotte Gill is also a licensed medical marijuana care giver in the state of Maine. She claims lobster name Roscoe was.

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Wells Fargo to cut headcount by 5-10 percent in next 3 years

Dr. Drew

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Wells Fargo to cut headcount by 5-10 percent in next 3 years

"Wells Fargo is planning to cut up to ten percent of its workforce over the next three years, which will result in tens of thousands of job losses for employees of the nation's third largest Bank. Wells Fargo chief executive Tim Sloan made the announcement to employers today. The Bank currently employs roughly two hundred sixty five thousand workers and plans to cut its headcount through both attrition and layoffs. The San Francisco based Bank has been under a cloud of scandal. Since two thousand fifteen when it admitted its employees open millions of fake Bank accounts for. Customers in order to meet unrealistic sales goals since that admission wells has admitted to other scandals including selling auto insurance to borrowers who did not

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KSRO

"The Palestinians Palestinian anger has been growing after deadly violence along the Gaza border on Twitter ambassador, David Freeman called Ari folder, quote, American patriot. And said he would be missed. The forty five year old New York native was stabbed to death by sixteen year old Palestinian attacker in the West Bank outside a mall Friedman called it a brutal murder by quote terrorist, friends of full tell ABC news. He was a kind husband and a dedicated father of four who passionately defended Israel on and offline in various advocacy, groups Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem of banks policy change as a county in Wyoming withdrawing all its money in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy to promote clean energy that restricts financing some fossil fuel projects. Commissioners in Sweetwater voting five nothing to stop doing business with a Bank. Dave Packer ABC. News. A judge in Idaho was ruled that the animal cruelty trial of Preston junior high school teacher, Robert Crossland will take place in Preston Crossland, charged with feeding alive sick puffy to a snapping turtle in front of several students. Prosecutors say they can't get a jury impression that isn't biased in favor of Crossland. This is ABC news. Can you? Remember the last time you had a great night's sleep. How you felt the next morning more energized more alive? Feel.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WTVN

"An American who moved to Israel is the latest victim in the strife with the Palestinians. Palestinian anger has been growing after deadly violence along the Gaza border on Twitter ambassador, David Freeman called Ari folder, quote, American patriot. And said he would be missed the forty five year old New York native was stabbed to death by a sixteen year old Palestinian attacker in the West Bank outside a mall Friedman called it a brutal murder by a quote terrorist friends of fold tell ABC news. He was a kind husband and a dedicated father of four who passionately defended Israel on and offline in various advocacy groups on Miller ABC news Jerusalem of banks policy change as a county in Wyoming withdrawing all its money in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy to promote clean energy that restricts financing some fossil fuel projects Commissioner. Sweetwater voting five nothing to stop doing business with the Bank. Dave packer. ABC news. A judge in Idaho is ruled that the animal cruelty trial of Preston junior high school teacher, Robert Crossland will take place in Preston Crossland, charged with feeding alive sick puffy to a snapping turtle in front of several students. Prosecutors say they can't get a jury impression that isn't biased in favor of Crossland. This is ABC news. Can you remember the last time you had a great night's sleep? How you felt the next morning more energized.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KOMO

"An American who moved to Israel is the latest victim in the strife with the Palestinians. Palestinian anger has been growing after deadly violence along the Gaza border on Twitter and browser. David Freeman called Ari folder quote American patriot. And said he would be missed the forty five year old New York native was stabbed to death by sixteen year old Palestinian attacker in the West Bank outside a mall Friedman called it a brutal murder by a quote terrorist friends of full tell ABC news. He was a kind husband dedicated father of four who passionately defended Israel on off line in various advocacy groups toward on a Miller ABC news Jerusalem of banks policy change as a county in Wyoming withdrawing all its money in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy to promote clean energy that restricts financing some fossil fuel projects Commissioner. Sweetwater voting five nothing to stop doing business with the Bank. Dave packer. ABC news. A judge in Idaho has ruled that the animal cruelty trial of Preston junior high school teacher, Robert Crossland will take place in Preston Crossland, charged with feeding alive sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several students. Prosecutors say they can't get a jury in Preston that isn't biased in favor of Crossland. This is ABC news. Can you? Remember the last time you had a great night's sleep felt the next morning more energized more.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Star star one two three four that's star star one two three four an American who moved to Israel is the latest victim in the strife with the Palestinians. Palestinian anger has been growing after deadly violence along the Gaza border on Twitter ambassador, David Freeman called Ari folder, quote, American patriot. And said he would be missed the forty five year old New York native was stabbed to death by a sixteen year old Palestinian attacker in the West Bank outside a mall Friedman called it a brutal murder by a quote terrorist friends of full tell ABC news. He was kind husband and a dedicated father four who passionately defended Israel on and offline in various advocacy groups toward on the Miller ABC news Jerusalem, banks policy change as a county in Wyoming withdrawing all its money in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy. To promote clean energy that restricts financing some fossil fuel projects. Commissioners in Sweetwater voting five nothing to stop doing business with the Bank. Dave packer. ABC news. A judge in Idaho was ruled that the animal cruelty trial of Preston junior high school teacher, Robert Crossland will take place in Preston. Crossland charged with feeding alive sick puffy to a snapping turtle in front of several students. Prosecutors say they can't get a jury impression that isn't biased in favor of Crossland. This is ABC news. Can you remember the last time you had a great night's sleep? You felt the next morning more energized more alive. Feel.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Conditions different during the Florence disaster. President Trump tweeted about hurricane Maria questioning the revised number of total deaths in Puerto Rico about three thousand ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. This confounded even the president's own top allies, we've seen several of them ranging from Paul Ryan, the speaker of the house to the governor of Florida come forward and say, no, they accept the death. Toll nearly three thousand killed by Maria and the aftermath and disagree with the president on this. But I've gotta tell you since he started doing this. There's not been a press briefing at the White House. So the White House not eager to answer questions about this. Now looking in the Boston area natural gas explosions is partially focused on. Pressure. Sensors were connected to a gas line that was being taken out of service shortly before the blast say investigators imagine playing monopoly landing on chance or community chest and the card says Bank goes against your energy interests. Withdraw oil natural gas coal in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy to promote clean energy that restricts financing some fossil fuel projects. That's the Bank where the county keeps its money but not for long commissioners in Sweetwater voting five nothing to stop doing business with the Bank. The county says it's unscheduled to withdraw funds from Bank of the west by Tober. I Dave Packer. ABC news is ABC news. Wwl pay wide meteorologist Moreau's with your Sunday forecast. Clouds, increasing through the afternoon and evening, scattered showers moving in from the east as remnants of Florence draws closer will reach a high in the mid eighty s tonight, mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a low around seventy Monday, scattered showers throughout the day and high in the low eighties. That's your wwl Kyi weather forecast. I'm meteorologist rose.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the island's infrastructure to better we stand the impact of hurricanes along has come under fire after it surfaced that the department of homeland security's inspector general is investigating him over alleged misuse of government vehicles long says he has no intention of stepping down especially during Florence. Speaking out of human rights, campaign dinner last night. Former vice president Joe Biden praised LGBTQ trailblazers, and he also spoke about the importance of fighting for human rights and rejecting intolerance. He then went on to tell the crowd that he wished that he had spoke out about President Trump sooner instead of using the full light of the executive brands to secure Justice dignity safety. They're all the president uses. The White House has the literal literal bully pulpit, Biden also made the sign of the cross over his chest. When he said Barack and I agreed that we would be quiet for the first year to let the new administration get up running adding quote, God forgive me police in Long Island, say a woman made up a Trump related hate crime story will now she's facing charges over it. The nineteen year old toll officers that a group of teenagers heckled her by yelling, Trump 2016 and told her. Her that she didn't belong in town. She then claimed that the tires on her car were slashed and a note was left that said, quote, go home police say they quickly realized that she made up the whole story. She has admitted to writing the hateful note and placing it on her own vehicle. A mystery involving a mail carrier in the midwest is solved. CBS's Alison keys explains. Live in Wisconsin, and Mr. graduation or wedding card that may be because you lived in one of two zip code served by ebony Levin Smith. She pleaded guilty to stealing more than six thousand greeting cards filled with cash and checks. She got caught when attest greeting cards showed up on her delivery route with a transmitter inside which activated when it was opened postal agents found the money in the side pocket of Smith's purse along with a roll of tape and a letter opener inside her postal vehicle. Alison, keys, CBS news, Abang policy. Change has a Wyoming county withdrawing all of its money ABC's. Dave Packer has more on those changes. Oil natural gas coal in Wyoming fossil fuels drive. The economy Sweetwater county has several major gas drilling areas. So many there were pretty upset when San Francisco based Bank of the west announced a new policy to promote clean energy that restricts financing. Some fossil fuel projects. That's the Bank where the county keeps its money, but not for long commissioners in Sweetwater voting five nothing can stop doing business with the Bank. The county says it's on scheduled to withdraw funds from Bank of the west by Tober. I Dave Packer ABC news. Bank officials say they don't oppose the fossil fuels industry, but advocate for its transition to renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions instead New England. Farmers are being harassed by. Squirrels the varmints are chilling their way through apple orchards and pumpkin patches. They're getting ready for winter while destroying cash crops with teeth marks the department of inland. Fisheries and wildlife says that the explosion in the rodent population is linked to a bumper crop of acorns in such last fall. But as hungry as little squirrels, are it is unlikely that they'll inflict serious economic damage orchard growers say this year's apple crop is still looking pretty good.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on KGO 810

"In whole lot more. Good afternoon, I'm Nikki medoro. The final round of questioning and Brad Kavanagh supreme court confirmation hearing turned into a dispute over documents. Here's correspondent saga megani? From the start Senate Democrats have complained about key documents from Kavanagh's pass being withheld from the public in Cory Booker is threatening to release a confidential paper regarding Kavanagh's legal views on race, I openly invite and accept the consequences. Texas Republican John Cornyn says Booker could be thrown out of the Senate for doing it that is irresponsible and conduct unbecoming. A Senator the AP's also obtained an Email Cavanaugh road fifteen years ago suggesting Roe v. Wade was not settled law asked about it today. He simply repeated yesterday's testimony Roe v. Wade is an important precedent of the supreme court. Saga megani Washington? The Justice department. Reportedly is investigating potential employee fraud at Wells Fargo's wholesale banking unit. The Wall Street Journal says investigators are trying to determine whether management at the San Francisco based Bank, pressured employees to improperly alter customer information without consent. The NBA makes it official with a popular headphones. Brand Keijo Jason Middleton has more from the business of sports. European soccer stars have long been associated with beats by dre headphones. Oh, yeah. And so is the NBA. That's LeBron James in the new NBA promotional video James was a minority. Stakeholder in beats before apple bought, the hardware company. And now beats by dre is the official supplier of headphones wireless, speakers and other audio gear for the NBA WNBA the NBA G league. And wait for it. The US National Basketball team some athletes are leaning into the air pod headphones from apple but this is not a box in one move for beats. I think we can expect team specific branding for new beats cans before the next.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Everything from legal services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San Francisco based Bank is in the process of paying those customers back Aucoin to report. In the Wall Street Journal on. Wall, Street today the Dow was down one hundred thirty four points this, is, NPR this is WNYC, in New York I'm Lance lucky congressional Democrats want to discourage Russia from meddling and future. US elections WNYC Washington correspondent John O'Connor reports the Bill introduced by House Democrats, Thursday consolidates more than a dozen existing bills dealing with Russia the Bill would impose new. Sanctions if Russia tries to. Influence u. s. elections or spreads disinformation on social media York representatives Jerry Nadler says the, Bill also would make election systems more secure if we do not take any action the American people may not trust the outcome of the Next election President Trump, has, expressed doubts about US intelligence agencies conclusion that Russia interfered in. The two thousand sixteen election New. York Representative Elise Stefanik is one of two Republicans to cosponsor the Democrats Bill, but it's. Unlikely House Republican leadership will allow vote a jury has found a. Man guilty of killing an aide to, governor Andrew Cuomo in during two thousand fifteen street festival Can he Bazil was convicted of. Manslaughter in, criminal weapons possession in connection with the killing of Forty-three-year-old Kerry Gabay Brazil opened fire in the middle of, a crowd during. A shootout in the early morning festival of Juve Gabbay was shot, in the head as. He sought cover and died. Several days later zeal is one of four people charged in the incident he faces up to twenty five years in prison A judge has tossed out New York City's effort to hold oil companies responsible for global warming saying it's not the judiciary's responsibility US District Judge John Keenan wrote that global warming is a problem best left to the other two branches of. Government the city which had sued five of the world's biggest. Oil company says it will appeal the judge's decision Sunny and eighty. Four tomorrow WNYC support for NPR comes from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create. Uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org.

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Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The San Francisco based Bank is in the process of paying those customers back the Wall Street Journal sending unnamed sources says in some cases customers. Who were charged monthly fees for years on Wall Street today the Dow dropped one hundred and thirty four points to close at twenty five thousand sixty four the NASDAQ fell twenty nine points this is NPR this is WNYC in New York I'm David I forty nine buildings have been evacuated and their occupants will have to find other places to sleep for. The next, couple of nights due to this morning steam pipe explosion in Manhattan's flatiron district. Mayor de Blasio says specis was found in the. Pipes enclosure and then it will probably take a couple of days to decontaminate the buildings. Closest to the, blast site brief exposure is not a problem through the, air but if this Material is in a building if it's on clothing that is a real concern we do not want anything that might cause repeated. Exposure, five people sustained minor injuries the stretch of Fifth Avenue between nineteen th and twenty second is expected. To say closed to pedestrian bike and, motor vehicle traffic for the next few days as well congressional. Democrats, want to discourage Russia from meddling and future US elections and WNYC Washington correspondent John O'Connor reports. The Bill introduced by House Democrats. Thursday consolidates more. Than a dozen existing bills dealing. With Russia. The Bill would impose new sanctions if Russia tries to influence u. s. elections or spreads disinformation on social media New York representatives Jerry Nadler says the Bill, also would make election systems more. Secure if we do not take any action the American people may, not trust the outcome of the next election President Trump has expressed doubts about US intelligence agencies conclusion that. Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election New, York Representative Elise It is one of two Republicans to. Cosponsor the Democrats Bill but it's unlikely. House Republican leadership will, allow vote the MTA says. The next phase of the second avenue subway might not, be finished, until twenty twenty. Nine Ben Kay back is the editor of the transit blog second avenue sagas he says the longtime line took him by surprise factor that's gonna take ten years to. Build a part of one line that has been in the planning stages for seventy years. Is that alarming what does that mean for. Areas, that are seeing growth don't have subways right now how can. They get better transit the first..

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Facebook details its fight to stop terrorist content

America in the Morning

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Facebook details its fight to stop terrorist content

"Six twenty three eighteen twenty one past facebook is following through on some house cleaning cnbc's tom busby has that and more in business good morning john facebook looking to purge all terrorists content off its site in the first quarter of the year using computers and actual live human researchers facebook said it removed nearly two million pages of content from groups like isis and al qaeda twice as much as it did in the previous quarter the state treasurer of california calling for the ouster of wells fargo ceo citing a laundry list of misdeeds and scandals at the san francisco based bank because of growing sales the gab will open sixty more old navy stores in the us this year sales are great walmart expanding its grocery delivery options to better take on amazon today expected to announce a new deal with door dash.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five thirty eight shares mostly lower in asia today following friday steep slide in technology shares on wall street cbs's jason brooks takes a look at the numbers stocks continued their downward slide thanks again to another sell off an apple stock and rising interest rates wells fargo was slapped with a one billion dollar fine from federal regulators to settle problems in its mortgage and auto loan businesses but shares in the san francisco based banks surged higher the dow dropped two hundred two points to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty three the nasdaq lost ninety two points to seventy one forty six and the sp fell twenty three points to twenty six seventy jason brooks cbs news the national association of realtors releases its report on existing home sales for march today also alphabet inc the parent company of google reports quarterly financial results after the market closes taking a look at the future's all the indices in the read this morning the s and p five hundred down three and a half the nasdaq down nine and a quarter of the dow currently down fifty three points wbz news time five thirty eight there's been ten days of testimony so far but bill cosby's defense team is nearing the end of its case which means this retrial may be in the hands of the jury within a few days cbs's matt piper is at the courthouse in norristown pennsylvania bill cosby's defense team has until court resumes this morning defined a witness they hope would help cosby discredit his main accuser sherry williams has been unreachable but was friends with andrea constand during the alleged sexual assault on her by cosby in two thousand and four his attorneys believed that williams would be able to say constant was fully aware of cosby's romantic interest in her since the two spoke at all hours of the day is good girlfriends that way cosby's attorneys believe constand.

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"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"francisco based bank" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And see you may twentieth wbz news time five oh eight shares were mostly lower in asia today following friday steep slide in technology shares on wall street cbs's jason brooks takes a look at the numbers stocks continued their downward slide thanks again to another sell off an apple stock and rising interest rates wells fargo was slapped with a one billion dollar fine from federal regulators to settle problems in its mortgage an auto loan businesses but shares in the san francisco based banks surged higher the dow dropped two hundred two points to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty three the nasdaq lost ninety two points to seventy one forty six and the sp fell twenty three points to six seventy jason brooks cbs news the national association of realtors releases its report on existing home sales for march today also alphabet the parent company of google reports quarterly financial results after the market closes taking a look at the future of the international markets all down the footsie that dax and the cac all down at this hour and here in america the sp is down three nasdaq down ten and a half the dow currently down forty eight points wbz news time five oh nine today is the official end to net neutrality the fcc voted last december to repeal the obama era protections which were intended to keep the internet fair and open the repeal of net neutrality means there will be no more rule stopping internet providers from slowing down or blocking access to certain online content the measure was supported by the telecom industry but protested by the tech industry and consumer advocacy groups a quiet neighborhood reacts to the homicide of a forty nine year old woman we get more from wbz's karyn regal in handover wendy davidson lived here on lincoln street with her brother she was found dead in the basement apparently strangled been part of the day walking up and down the street asking if anyone has outside surveillance tapes david has lived here for over forty five years honestly i've never seen so many cars on the street and the whole time i've lived here it's so quiet and neighbor lisa's definitely something so quiet amando buying told me this is such a quiet street he didn't think anyone had spit on the sidewalk in twenty years in north andover cameron regal wbz newsradio ten thirty students in good standing and.

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