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How Basecamp Builds Software
"Today is my pleasure to welcome back to the show. Actually one of the very first guests I ever had on years and years ago Ryan Singer. How's it going man? Hey Nice to be back. Yeah thanks so much for taking the time to to come back on the show. So what if someone to talk to you about today is A few months back I guess you you published shape up which is a book about basically how you deliver quality software at base camp sort of like the Real nitty-gritty workflow for actually making sure that I'm you get stuff out the door when a lot of other teams are the companies are struggling with that so I think maybe the best place to start would be asking you. What did you notice? I guess I would in the world that made you realize you had something opting to share on this topic. The first thing that happened was we reached a point where we had a few newer hires at base camp and we also had some ups and downs with some projects over the last. Maybe two years that made us reflect back on the wait a minute. How do we do what we do when we're doing it right? Because a lot of the practices that we use they are things that developed sort of organically within the core group of us who've been around for really long time and then as we had a few more people on board and as we were trying to sort of explain lane what we were doing and how we work we started to feel like like it would be nice if we could spell it out more clearly instead of just like. Hey like watch how I do it and and hopefully absorb it. Yeah and a big piece of that was When we put hill charts into base camp Maybe I don't know year and a half ago now. It's been something like that. I'm not sure your to two years something like that Those suddenly gave us Kind of some handles on the problem. They they gave us a way to start talking about things like scopes and knowns and unknowns and a lot of things deserted came together where we realized that all of a sudden we were finding it easier to talk about what we felt were the important things internally and Jason pulled me into his office and said hey you know I think it's time for you to to share this outside the company you know so it was kind of like it had gotten baked enough internally that that we could talk about it and then the opportunity arose like okay. Let's let's package this up so other people can take advantage of it and of course we've been hearing so often from people around us that they're frustrated with the way that we work with the with the way that they work and I think there's been a certain I don't know how you'd say it but like the adoption curve of Agile and scrum and stuff stuff like that has sort of reached a point where. It's like the thing to do that. People don't question it and the more the more pervasive it's gotten kind of the more commonly commonly you hear about the problems with it too. I think sure. Yeah so the agile comparison I think is kind of interesting. I've seen you mentioned that before because I feel like if you read a lot of the early Agile sort of content like the Agile Manifesto. You read what those people were talking about. It feels like what is like capital L. A.. Modern Agile these days is completely like antithetical to like what they were trying to do. I mean we those of us who can make that distinction or a small club club. Sure you know who who were around and who who remember the early spirit of the thing before it evolved into co defied practices is that then spread much much much more widely you know beyond that small circle that had originated in but the other thing is that I think a lot of us have a certain We know what early agile was about and what it felt like and how it was more about principles and values than it was about two week. Time Boxes Fox's and stuff like that but at the same time if we actually take a critical look and we and we review it what we can see is that even even even this sort of original agile however we want to to frame it or put it on a pedestal. It came out of engineering culture and it was four engineers by engineers yes it was totally a programmers thing and agile never gave a clear answer to how do you bring programming and design and strategy together. Actually the whole thing about agile was there's somebody else somewhere else. Who's giving you requirements? You know like a client or something and it was all about like doc. Your customer doesn't know what they want so instead of trying to anticipate what they want. You should just give be able to change faster right and what we're doing with shape up and what we've been doing it base camps since day one was actually. We don't want to just be able to change faster because we don't know what the requirements are going to be. We want to actually the be clearer about what we're biting off. We want to have a clearer sense of what we're doing. And then of course. We were informed by a lot of the there early. Agile stuff like let's make smaller time commitments. Let's make sure that the way that we build things makes it easy for us to change when we have a different idea of what we want to do in the future but that's very different than trying to constantly change course because different requirements are getting thrown at you from the outside. Yeah makes sense so I think like from what I've learned from falling. What you guys talk about at base camp? If I had to narrow it down to sort of one idea that I think is is the core sort of philosophy or the course. Sort of peace About how you actually get out successfully. Is that the most what's important thing to you. Guys is fixed time constraints but flexible scope. Would you agree that that is sort of the idea. That a lot of this other stuff sort stems from It's very very central for sure. Fixed time variable scope is essential. And we've always been more interested hosted in managing scope than managing time If you look at what most project managers and project managers doing they're actually time accountants countenance. You know they're just trying to fit everything together because everybody's been saying yes to everything and it's all a question of how do you whip the team to get them to get it all done and it's an impossible amount of work in too little time so you're always playing calendar Tetris to get everything done. We've never liked that approach. And we've always thought we would rather put some boundaries on the scope and and say that the scope is something that we are going to narrow down so that we can comfortably get it done inside of the time box instead of trying mind to squeeze things in you know the time that we have for sure that that's a big piece of it but the other piece that is equally important is our focus on integration gratien between different roles all the way back to the first cut of base camp and when we first wrote getting real getting real was all about integrating eating design development and strategy it was all about. We've got an idea for something we think is valuable. Let's get some designed together. Let's get some code together and let's that's ship just that thing you know and so I if we only talked about fixed time variable scope. We're already much better off than without it. But but the other huge piece of it is. How do we put designers and programmers together so that inside of that fix time inside of that time wall you know when they are trying to figure out what the variable scope is we want design and development to be making trade offs together as a team? So we want. It's not just the time wall. It's also that that time wall is motivating collaboration. That isn't happening. Otherwise okay yeah makes sense so okay I think maybe we should do sort of start with Some of the ideas in the book sort of from maybe from the beginning and talk about sort of this whole process. I've read the book and Got Out of it and I think it would be good to get into a lot of sort of nitty gritty questions around too but I think it's equal is valuable to try and get the ideas on the table for maybe the people Who Ah don't obsessively follow base camps work as houses I do so? Where do you usually start? When you're trying to just explain to people how oh you work at base camp in terms of taking an idea and eventually turning that into something that people are actually working on and then finally gets up to customers? Yeah so We can basically look at it as a three part process. There's the shaping of the work which is figuring out what the work is before we actually make a commitment. There's betting which is how we actually schedule the work and and put it to a team and then there's there's how do we. How does the team actually go about building
"gratien" Discussed on Virgo Today
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CVS CEO Larry Merlo: We are a health-care company today
"CVS Health the drugstore. Giant is one year into its merger with Aetna creating a one hundred ninety five billion dollar healthcare company. That's the eighth largest in the fortune. Five hundred although it runs more than nine thousand stores the new CVS CVS health is no longer just retail. It's also a pharmacy benefits manager. One of the nation's largest insurers and runs a burgeoning chain of healthcare clinics and as is so often the case with the big companies. CBS has held talks with an activist. Investor starboard value has taken a stake in the company. We'll talk about all that. Here's Larry Merlo and yes he started as is a pharmacist. CEO OF CVS health. Larry it's great to see you right to be here becky. So where are you just over a year end you know what has been a terrific year. The Integration Gratien of the two companies has gone very. Well I in many respects. Were ahead of schedule. On many of the integration activities and as a result the synergy dollars associated associated with integration is ahead of plan and at the same time we begun. The transformation journey were bringing innovative products and services to market The most visible side of that the health clubs They've gotten off to a great start in Houston and we've laid a solid foundation for growth in in the years to come in The credit for this goes to our three three hundred thousand colleagues. They're absolutely committed to our vision or strategy and they're working hard to bring it to life. Where are you ahead of expectations? In terms of in terms of the combination factors factors into what the there were many many synergy activities in terms of combining the companies as it relates to the back office pharmacy programs and priorities. And those are the things that have garnered A lot of momentum and ahead of ahead of plan there and again. We're excited with With what's happening with the health clubs and in some of the other products that That we have in pilot and In the response we're getting from our customers. The stock over the course of the year has is not performed strongly but you have picked up pretty sharply over the last nine months and if we compared to what's been happening with walgreens shares. It's a much different story. They've been under quite a bit of pressure as there's been concerns concerns about what's happening in the pharmacy so it does look from that relative perspective like you guys made the right move by pivoting. What have you heard from starboard when they came in what? What are the conversations that they've started? Well Becky I'm not gonNA comment on market speculation. What I will say is we have a regular dialogue with our investors? We certainly appreciate Their their input and You know in their feedback and look I think. Investors see the momentum in the business. We've had three consecutive quarters where we've where we beat expectations and they're seeing tangible signs of our vision coming to life with things like the health ups and you know we had an investor. Yesterday in early June we laid out our strategy and more important the path forward over the next three years and the stock spin up about forty percent since that meeting. Larry when I I look at your stock your trading more with the AETNA purchase your trading more like a united healthcare trading as as opposed to a drugstore company. How should investors at home think about your company and how to value well Tom? We are a healthcare company. Today that journey began many years ago and we celebrated five years. Here's this past September of eliminating the sale of tobacco. was there with you. I was on the Stock Exchange for third. We rang the bell. It was it was a great day and at a day day that made us all proud was fun and we look back. You know five years ago. It was absolutely the right decision. It's open doors for partnership for acquisitions. Obviously Asleep the pinnacle of that is the acquisition and We are healthcare company today and and we have an opportunity putting the consumer at the center of our strategy you to transform the way healthcare is delivered in our country of of CVS moved very quickly in terms of saying they weren't going to sell tobacco. I remember at the time that was a little bit of a controversial move although so it has seemed to pay dividends for. Cvs what do you think about. What's happening with vaping right now becky? It's a great question and I can remember the question we got back then was well. Will you carry the e cigarettes and yeah I remember going into A A retail establishment that was selling the products and and I saw the device vice with the Hello Kitty logo in the bubble gum flavored liquid. And you know it it absolutely raise the question in terms of we'll wait a minute. What are we doing here and five years later we see what has happened? post the tobacco announcement. We started a campaign. We are working with community partners. Be the first create the first tobacco free generation. We've made a lot of progress. We have more than two hundred college and university campuses that are tobacco free today as a result of that program. But you vaping is taking us backwards you see some of the statistics vaping up more than seventy percent with school aged children and I saw some stats recently. That more within seventy percent of high school students that are vaping will turn to tobacco upon graduation. So we've got a reverse try
"gratien" Discussed on More to Life with Faith and Lois
"You've taken the time to find something and offering it and it's good. It's just a good feeling. Yeah and you think about the other person so as you're thinking about them and putting this idea whether it's a compliment or a note or an actual tangible gift you know that you're bringing joy to that a person and so it comes back always comes back because back around the set you Kinda you fork goodness rises up inside side because you have done something good or someone else you know. It's funny but the more I find myself giving the more I find. I love that person or I love. You've just the people that I'm around that I want to. Just keep giving more exponentially grows. It doesn't Zap. It doesn't take away from you and so that's one of the things to remember number as you give. It's actually going to give back to you but it always does. It always comes back around and and it doesn't have to be a gift form. It comes in the satisfaction seven and the contentment that you begin to receive and let's talk about the receiver. What happens to the receiver when he or she receives a gift? When you really really receive it you get that wonderful feeling like I did with that gift that my friend gave me? It's as it touches deeply and a you feel significant you. You feel like you've been seeing you've been known you've been valued. Wow that's just incredible and carries with you and so that's why we went ever. The gift is take the time to absorb it and to take it in and treasurer it. Even if it is something you're going to need to exchange receive it in the way that it was given to you. That is so beautiful because just as we talked about how your love grows. When you're giving your love grows when you receive? Yeah you just expressed that with your that beautiful pendant that it just explodes and grows for this person. And it's not because you're waiting for a quid pro quo a tit for tat. You want this. It's because you're so appreciative of the fought that went into it they it starts blooming. So that's what happens to a receiver. Yes yes which is so cool now there is also something we want to touch on because there are some people who are not able to receive for whatever reason you know you've given a gift you think you've thought it through you think you're clear and because that's the other portion remember. Don't give if you're out there too like bunk somebody over the head with something but you feel clear and clean gene and you give something to someone and they are not able to respond for a variety of reasons but one of them might be because there is some anger or resentment and they have no space to receive. And so what do you do then Well that's where you need a lot of discernment as has to. Is this doing more good or more harm. And if it's doing more harm than it may be a period of time. Will you need to step back and then also oh to consider what are they angry at. Is that the fact that I am giving them a gift. Or is it the fact that they're not ready to be able to receive something from me and and then maybe to ask the question better question would be. What can they receive is or something I could do? That would cause them not to flare up at me. And I think that's a good point because at some point to pause and pull back so that you don't cause more anger if then what you're doing is giving an heaping Kohl's calls on somebody it it's not helpful Just makes people more angry. They keep returning to senator. He get trying to give you a message. If they don't want something thing from you at that point just breathe. Yeah you know clear it with yourself where you are and sometimes you may not know You may not be able to tap into and your best gift could be not giving and could be. They need right now and some people have to learn how to receive. Yes they have a really difficult time with compliments. They're afraid if they get a gift they're gonNA have to reciprocate and they have it in their head so they will. Actually you've been to parties like this. I want no gifts gifts. Do not bring anything. I don't want anything and faith and I don't intend to a door that request but there are some people who were so serious. It's about that that when you do it out of clean heart and thinking that you're going to be helpful. It really does upset them so think about when you know people are in in that position give them the room to breathe Exactly exactly to respect the person who is maybe in a tough place they don't know how to receive or they haven't been given two life. They've been hurt by gifts or they've been ignored. They've can feel really awkward. So take that into consideration Gratien and respect. What can I do for this person? That would truly happy something they would enjoy and be a blessing and not extravagant so so maybe they need some homemade preserves that you've made or something and with a bow around it or popcorn that you've done and made candy corn or something gene and you give them that and they can receive that so get make the gift in a place where they feel comfortable in. Were there at that moment. You giving and receiving is a really amazing balance and when you do get in tune with this way of living you'll you really begin to see the giving and receiving are two parts the whole and we talked about integrity last week in this kind of continues that theme but it really is circular when you think about it and how you live your life so true when you learn to give Andrassy you. Experience a sense of belonging that comes from both parts of the whole and when this belonging sticks you understand that giving and receiving takes place at the same moment in time when you give you do receive so embrace this balance and and watch how it fills you up..
‘You Have To Be Able To Throw The Ball’: Vikings’ Adam Thielen Frustrated After Loss To Bears
"Finally in the News Adam the'll and has thoughts on the Vikings kings offense after Minnesota no showed on offense against the mighty bears defense Thalen expressed some frustration ration- I'm not sure if it was with the offense of philosophy or the guy who's supposed to be throwing the ball. Let's listen it well. I think I think that's probably what's frustrating. Straight thing is is we knew that was going to happen at some point. At some point you're not run the ball for one hundred eighty even with the best running back and that's when you have to be able to throw the ball you have to be able to make place have to be able to hit the ball at the you have to do that because otherwise it's too easy for changes not Evan and Russia quarterback so we have to be we have to be able to run the ball and pass misleading cannot be won a national. It's just too easy founder. It's odd to see Minnesota struggling at at this level on ovens West. You may remember shortly before the season started. I was very high in their offense thought they could really maybe it'd be a top OP five top three number one but it's all gone totally to hell and the one thing that has really jumped out to me. That's his surprised me is that the one you could always count on kirk cousins offense was he was going to put up numbers and they were his team will move the football that is what's disappeared here and that's been to me the most surprising thing that you add Alvin Cook into the mix and we talked about it on Sunday. The offensive line obviously has issues but that they would be this inept. I just did not see this coming at all. It's fascinating to me. Cousins is a rhythm passer and he hasn't been in rhythm really since last October and I think if you read between the lines with Adam feeling he at least he may be other players at the vikings have some issues with kirk cousins right now and maybe he's not maybe it's that he's not pulling the trigger when the passes are there any cousins defense. It's not often that the past is are there because his offense of line the mixture of that offensive line that system kirk cousins isn't working yet. It's not a good thing when dealing in that same interview was kind of asked what's different this year with you guys you. You know not getting as much separation and the most telling thing is he immediately said that's not what I see. I mean he's he's saying he's opened and yeah cousins has been under under pressure. There's a good article in the athletic yesterday about it hasn't been extreme and watching that game there were many plays where he did have time and there are deep throws you would think to to give a shot to dig deal and they did try a couple of hit one and he's instead of checking the ball down and I think that's the frustration Gratien in when you have Mike Zimmer on Monday saying the same thing. You've got to pull the trigger when you're when you're talking about your quarterback that way it's I don't know there's bubbled over frustration and there probably probably is in effect that you can't really measure scientifically on most quarterbacks outside of the most mentally tough that if you've been damaged and battered and hurt for a season plus behind a line you lose some trust for them. We've seen younger quarterbacks even earlier this year after a game or two of that not act the way you'd expect them to Aaron Rodgers do it in the last couple couple years you develop bad habits and absolutely there's this one play where they do the boot action and cousins rolls out to his right and he had there's no one within twenty yards of him at that time and he immediately like fires fastball over the middle to his running back. I think it was. Cj Ham who was one yard pass the line of scrimmage and he did it like right away and that's the type of play where you just it drives you crazy. I think if you're never CJ HAMAS open though you've got to get the ball to him get it to them in space and watch the magic. That's that's the philosophy. The football coaches the world over believe. That's what's happening in the
Trump: G7 summit going 'very well' despite trade tensions
"Before leaving the president escalating trade war with china reinforcing its threat to force american businesses out of their fueling worries about sending the global economy into recession a._b._c. news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl with the president and beer. It's fran starting us off tonight. President trump has arrived in france for a summit meeting with america's most important economic allies amidst turmoil in the markets and worries about a global recession but as he left washington the president insisted did he's not concerned. Our economy is doing great. We're having a little spat with china and what it we put a lot of tariffs join china. It was the president who spooked the markets by threatening to impose more tariffs on china and issuing bizarre order to american companies to to stop doing business there and then overnight on his way to france. He threatened new tariffs on the french to. I don't want france going out and taxing. Our company is very unfair and if they do that we'll be taxing their wine or doing something else that set the tone ford is expected to be a tense meeting in the coastal still resort of france but in his first meeting with the french president president trump signaled optimism. Everybody's getting along and -ccomplish push a lot this weekend. Even before the president landed the european union's top official here criticized president trump on several fronts including iran russia russia and tariffs threatening to hit back at the united states the luffing we need and we want confrontation especially with our best ally ally. The united states trade war with china alone is already hitting u._s. Consumers even before the new tariffs were announced yesterday j._p. Morgan estimated american families will pay an average of one thousand dollars a year because of the higher tariffs on china after the president tweeted friday that he had quote hereby ordered burkan companies to stop dealing with china. The stock market tumbled more than six hundred points. He said he wasn't concerned about that. Either not at all not at aw we're twenty-five thousand. Don't tell me about six hundred points right. Jonathan karl is traveling with the president. He joins us now live from beer. It's france where it's all happening happening and john. We heard a report. The president ordered u._s. Companies to stop dealing with china now president trump's doubling down saying there's actually a presidential powers act on the book that it gives them that authority. He said that today he cited the nineteen. Seventy seven law called the international emergency economic powers act but tom this law has never been used used for anything remotely like what the president is talking about and if he tried to do it congress could stop him and the bottom line is i see no indication that the administration gratien doing anything to prepare for such a move as you know. This is a president who likes to make big threats as a negotiating tactic jonathan karl from beer. It's france tonight for us. Jonathan thank
"gratien" Discussed on PRI's The World
"In Russian RAB, their bunch of songs that praised the government's and there are many that criticize it, there's no given rule that you're not allowed to talk politics. But when we asked him if he writes political Eric's down the Disney store. Yes. Stash. The no, no, no, no, no. It's, it's, it's not really worth it. My think it's not worth talking about politics at all because it's controversial better, not touch. It could be dangerous. That's, that's what I think both for my security, because I don't want to talk about subjects that. I don't know much about. It's, it's just not for me. It may sound like India's paranoid. And he may have good reason to be. But soon the duck good about. This is a well known rapper named the face perhaps Nikola Redken told us about him, and some of the talks issues face tried rapping about on a recent recording his last album away. He tried to speak about corruption in Russia about violence about some problems in the street. But this Elbaum was not successful enough. He's too. Was canceled because not so much tickets where sold, what does that tell us about what the audience in Russia wants to hear from their rappers? It was really a role transition from party ripe, and he's audience who is very young with didn't accept this. So maybe that more to do with what the market wanted from its artists other rappers, though, have had real problems with government officials, for example, last year in the southern city of crescent that a popular rapper named immunity, Cousy. So aka husky had his concert cancelled for extremist activity, but husky didn't stop there that night. He jumped on a car outside the venue and started performing in front of hundreds of people. Husky got arrested in sentence, twelve days in jail for hooliganism. He got released early for days later, but in a sense, this response to wrap from Russian authorities alliance in part with Putin's views of the whole Jonah approach, and then to get six which aqui but I just knew what to according to Putin rap at its core. Promotes three things sex drugs and protest Putin says he's most concerned with the drugs that saying that say. Giving the speech at an arts and culture meeting in Saint Petersburg. He saying that drugs lead to the degradation of the nation the degradation of Russia. He did add, however, that these cancellations are probably counterproductive, he said that rather than banning rap concerts. The government itself should be more involved in the rap scene. Okay. So Putin isn't necessarily anti rap. He even likes them rappers. They didn't story to which. Yeah. This is Putin at a news conference saying there's one rapper whose a great guy and a great artist. His name is the and you still stale. Quite cut middle could news you know yet. Marshall cottee. He makes kind of clock music, music. For the raiders music for the TV and he's a great putting supporter. He was at Saint Gratien volume put in said that he knows one Russian repor that is Timoti, and he's a good guy. So not all the reversal drug users and criminals. What can we actually learn about Russian youth by listening to Russian wrap today? What can we learn about Russian Russian youth was potty? I done think that it's shocking news..
"gratien" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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Trump says immigration roundup will start next week
"Rates and on the eve of President Trump's reelection campaign kickoff this week, he said on Twitter that immigration and customs enforcement will be stepping up roundups of undocumented immigrants across the country. It seems so far. The president is saying, one thing, immigration and customs enforcement are saying another with more on this rejoin lie by CBS news. Washington. Correspondent Bill Rakoff Bill. The president had said millions would be deported starting next week. The department of homeland security is now saying few things in response to this first off that the number he mentioned wasn't exactly feasible for the immediate future. We'll not for the immediate future, Jim, but they do acknowledge that now under no circumstances. Could you get rid of a million immigrants in a short term feature? And so what they're trying to spin this as this is the long term goal of the United States. They also point out that former President Obama deported three million immigrants, according to their numbers while he was president. So they say it shouldn't be shocking number over a width and breadth of time. Now, all that said it did seem that the president Claude immigration and homeland security officials a little bit off guard what he announced that this would begin next week. There've been a lot of meetings behind the scenes to try to define us and to try to see how they're going to move forward with that expectation as we get into next week in the beyond. And in terms of the actual operation that will start legally ice cannot deport migrants, who were detained at the southern border. Instead there is a group of people in the country illegally, who have already been cycled through the system bit, who exactly will be deported in the weeks ahead. And that's kind of been the mission of ice all along. Right. I mean, we can go back twenty years, and then some where we think about ice raids on local businesses where you've seen undocumented immigrants, illegal aliens, however, you'd like to describe them who were caught up and sent back to their home country. Many at him only to return again some of these people were repeat offenders with Eissa that's been their goal. They're not going to solve the problem at the border right now again, as you point out, this is going to be addressing some of those who've been in the country, and perhaps some we've been here for quite some time, and Bill, we heard the president last night in his campaign kickoff discussed immigration at length he mentioned a lot of the similar themes. We heard in two thousand sixteen talking about the southern border wall, which is still being built and all signs pointing towards this. Really being another central issue for twenty twenty for the president. Would that be a safe bet? Yeah. I think so the president pretty much just sounded a very much the same as he did in two thousand sixteen figuring, I suppose that what worked for him, then should work now but will it he did try to use Gratien as a big push in the midterm elections for congress as you stumped for some of those candidates, we found out that it didn't exactly work as well as he might have thought particularly for some Republicans who lost seats to Democrats in a house. So it'll be interesting to see as he gets out in the country in a way, from his base, whether or not that the immigration in some of his other stuff, your points, are going to resonate with the crowd. But at least last night, he was in front of a friendly crowd, and they seem to
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"Apparently his guy doesn't get it. He wants to run for the Senate. Again, in Alabama avenue will not have the support of the president. Mr. Trump said, you ought to take a walk pal. No do not run. But he hit that. Republicans can't allow themselves to again lose the Senate seat. Emigres fitter. Fitter? I was confused by this, because ROY Moore just lost the right Kim. Kim. Transponder self. Contact was eight nine. In south. Five hundred seventy seven hours of kept her married name, what's her during her maiden? Name is Mary, Jeff Bezos. For twenty something years. They got divorced last year. She had thirty five billion. She had thirty five billion in the divorce. That's what he's now. It isn't. Yeah. Sorta surprised. Anyway. Well, that's it. Half of it away. Yes. Yes. Give half of it away. He's on the website. Yes. Eleven traits team for Seaver says the disbelief. Gratien center philanthropy will be five seven hours of time and effort. 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They're just behind was as theirs. Few Seaver authors. One said. Zero seven three one seven seven nine. Mr. Bad news for JC Penney. And they actually have announced already that twenty seven stores will be closed in thirteen different states. And it looks like they will probably be closing even more than that. Now, some good news business news earlier. We were talking about Southwest Airlines tying with was JetBlue. They were the two most popular from power. Well, apparently travelers, who like to use out west for the holiday season have been asking southwest for years to open up the booking window to expand to make it along. Wider as yes eleven transplant seventeen. Context, denver. Seven zero five hours. My says, officially open and southwest is actually the nation's largest domestic carrier. The danger in that, but me as a frequent flyer. Tenure y booking that far in advance is not smart. Much of what now goes on in terms of booking is. Sort of handled in computerized world. We live in their nobody sits at a desk anymore and actually fits in one of they call it when you did programming used to this. Yes, we eleven. He actually related authorisation now he's contact one Denver. The. Seven three is logging the hours of eight AM, antenna tariff, I can't understand. I will tell you what experience mind. Actually this is happened three times. Now, I've gotten wise to it because I used to book, if I knew I was going to go to LA that's my most frequent trip by. Every couple of weeks. More often pens on the time of year. But anyway, bookings past and well, actually last fall. And I went to Peru, I booked about a month, maybe five weeks out and the price was nine hundred seventy this is Westwood One. Yes. Eleven trained his pride who seventy later. As contact was, and the price the operation said seven hundred ninety eight seven. Thanks. At ten eastern Tyler within thirty days. And that's well your best price. I'm suggesting that you do it even closer than that. 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"Gratien overhaul merger Jordan, Fox News. President Trump is set to unveil his immigration policy today, senior administration officials say the White House immigration plan will focus on two main points, border security, and merit based immigration with the goal of attracting, and retaining the best and brightest immigrants to America. President Trump also laid out two additional priorities while addressing hundreds of police officers to end deadly sanctuary cities. Just stop the visa lottery program. The White House does not yet have the support of congressional Democrats on their plan, which does not address the issue of Dhaka recipients, which for many Democrats makes the president's proposal on non starter at the White House. Jon decker, Fox News. Alabama's new abortion ban is the toughest in the nation with possible prison. Time for anyone who performs the procedure. The state's Republican governor signed a Bill making it a felony performance abortion, with no exceptions for rape, or incest, those opposed to the law of Al to challenge it in court, and those who supported want the supreme court to reexamine Rovers is wait that most of the women Alabama proli- by voted that way, last fall. And so my message to them is, let's us hope that we get that decision over time. Obama state Representative Terry Collins, a possible breakthrough in Venezuela's political crisis. The country's opposition controlled congress says that senior members of both sides or Norway for talks to resolve tensions. I mean. While the US suspended, all commercial passenger and cargo flights between the US and Venezuela due to the political unrest. New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to enter the twenty twenty presidential race today. A source says de Blasios will make the announcement in video to be released this morning. The mayor would be the twenty-third democrat vying for the nomination. The Blasios has plans to visit, I.
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"Gratien proposal. No do overs. I'm Elliot Francis. President Trump is set to unveil a new immigration plan today senior administration officials say they hope congressional Republicans will unify around these changes but some have concerns about what is not included in the proposal. John Lawrence reports the Trump White House says the country's immigration system needs fixing one more American life should be lost because lawmakers failed to secure our borders. The proposal addresses points of entry and has merit point system. It avoids family, separations and low skilled immigrants CNN political commentator, Angela rye. What they're saying is you have to be amazingly brilliant. You probably have to be wider diversity visas, again, are gone and you can't even serve in the military of John Lawrence reporting, the house was issued an executive order, apparently aimed at banning Chinese telecommunications, giant hallway from US networks. Commerce Department says it is objecting. The Chinese company. Too. Strict controls on purchase of American technology. Security engineer say, why networking equipment could pose an espionage threat. President Trump has granted a pair of full pardons. Barbara kusak. Explained Trump signed a full pardon for former media mogul Conrad Black was convicted in two thousand seven of fraud and obstruction of Justice black ones, ran and international newspaper empire that included the Chicago sun times, Trump also pardoned former GOP legislative leader, Pat Nolan who was convicted in the shrimp, scam FBI sting in the nineteen ninety s Nolan was secretly videotaped accepting checks from an undercover FBI agent in Sacramento's most notorious political corruption case, I'm Barbara Kusak. In Washington judiciary committee chaired, Jerry. Never says the president is acting like a king, and refusing to turn over documents lawfully requested by congress. What house lawyer pets that loan says the mole report was enough,.
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"Streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now one oh, two good Saturday afternoon. I'm John roller the fiftieth annual PAT's run in the books for two thousand nineteen close to thirty thousand people converged on Tempe early this morning to take part in the four point two mile run and walk bats, friends and family kicked off the run as a way to honor his legacy, the former ASU sun devil and Zona cardinal star died in Afghanistan while serving in the military in two thousand four well, it is going to be a great weekend to get out and about a little warm yesterday. We hit a hundred degrees for the first time temperature right around one hundred to ten yesterday afternoon health professionals remind you if you're out and about drink lots of water, Dr Robert porter with banner hill says this time of year, they see plenty of de hide. Gratien caso Muslims are people again that are visiting here. And then also people that are older, and they're not able to tolerate as well porter says people usually don't know just how dehydrated they are. He advises you to drink water frequently even if you're not thirsty and add in some electrolytes, boy, it was a wild scene in the east valley today a wrong way driver crash causes the freeway to shut down eastbound to to transition ramp loop one, oh one DBS says they responded to the call of a driver heading westbound on the eastbound lanes of the two to around one o'clock this Cooper's responding to the area. Additional caller stated that vehicle had been involved in a crash with a pickup truck that crash caused the pickup truck to roll. That's DPS. Trooper Cameron Lee says the second incident on the on ramp. Involve the wrong way driver. She ran for the scene. The thirty year old woman was hit by a car as she was running from the first scene. She's taken to the hospital with serious injuries. What? Oh, four on this Saturday afternoon. Let's check in on a your drive around the valley of the son Mike Daniels live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Hey, mike. Well, they John loop one on westbound at seventh avenue crash blocking the right lane right there at the end of the onramp. We do have to sable vehicle seventeen northbound when you're using hills drive and a wreck Indian school road east of forty third avenue. Fisher point is sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance. We only pay for what you need. Liberty Mutual insurance customize your coverage. So you only pay for what you need to Liberty Mutual dot com for a customized quote,.
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"Gratien just do it. I think will initiation is doing that right now in San Diego. And of course, nicer there's a there's a suit night circuit right now this going on. And we know what the judicial activism every case seems to be going against trying to protect their borders. You said earlier that was at one point a lot of men coming over the border. But now, it's families, and I say, quote, unquote families because you don't believe that it's really family that is one of the pillars this spot on that's not being talked about. And they wanna talk about numbers overall the past couple of years numbers have been down. Well, that's really a false narrative because back in the nineties early two thousands, the majority of Mexican males, and they were moved back to Mexico now with with family units and children sixty five percent of those people coming into legally now or being allowed in the United States. Regarding how Democrats used to speak about illegal immigration, July. Twenty fifteen Bernie Sanders was interviewed by a guy named Ezra Klein left wing Puerta used to be with the Washington Post. And he said, why are we just raise the level of immigration to level open borders clients that to him? Santa's was shocked. You said that's a coke brother propose them right wing people in this country would love open borders, bringing all kinds of people where for two dollars an hour. I don't believe in that. I think we have to raise wages in this country close quote. That's our news. I'm Keith Peters in Washington..
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"Gratien and customs enforcement officials taking rapper Twenty-one savage into custody earlier today in Atlanta using him of being in the US illegally for more than a decade, the rapper performed in Thursday's Super Bowl music fest. He Dow faces a removal hearing in federal immigration court well back to the topic of the Super Bowl. But you know, there are other things happening in the world of sports today. Pretty exciting day for Celtics and Bruins fans as well. WBZ's? Chris pharma is here with a look at sports like it has gone final at the garden. The Celtics knocked off the hottest team in the NBA today at home thirty four one one thirty four one twenty nine over the thunder who had won seven straight entering play today. Kyrie Irving led seven Boston Celtics scoring with thirty points. He also had a team high, eleven rebounds. Meanwhile, politics with a game high thirty seven points in the loss next up for the green. They'll play Cleveland on Tuesday, Celtics, not the only victor's today on the local front as the. Bruins shut out the Washington Capitals wanted nothing in DC to grasp earned the win in that his forty third career shutout and his two hundred and fifty third career victory. Bruins uniform the most by any goalie ever to wear the black and gold Boston now has tomorrow off. They will host the islanders Tuesday night at the garden. So you may say it's too good down in one to go. The one left the big won the Super Bowl down in Atlanta. A lot of history in line for the patriots second team ever with six Super Bowl wins. Tom Brady, a six title would be the most by any player in the same would go for head coach Bill Belichick who knows his biggest challenge tonight could be stopping two-time reigning NFL defensive player of the year. Aaron Donald who has a game plan for Tom Brady. Take them down..
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"Feeling in a way that like will hurt or affect another person, or, you know, a person doing job, but like corporation, you know, taking stuff from WalMart target self-checkout. I think times are tough. Okay. We have eight hundred thousand federal employees not being paid right now. I think if any of them want to go into a target and just take like a little eyeliner was true. We talked last week about the government guide for how to survive the shutdown. And once did they mention just stealing shit. Cannot take the green Tabasco from AAA take some vinegar from a five or just look like who the biggest donors are to Trump. And then we like those companies are open season for stealing, right? Yes. You can at least directly take from somebody who's giving to Trump's so look there. Sure. Yeah. I also need to recognize my privilege in this as I am a white lady. It looks like a teacher. So you're get away with. So I don't necessarily. Early encourage it, especially if you live in a very racist place anywhere in the United States. I guess. In the US, but you know, get away friend to take a couple of things for you. That's what I would do is sell it a bucks on the bottom of the cart. Ucs at forgot about it just takes six out of the box. And then put them liking your pockets because they're not or play other shit in box. Take two puddings from the thing of six put you get the twenty four rack, and you take you take a couple of things out. And you bring tape with you in the mistakes inside they're saying oh twenty four years. No, six years and nine porterhouses. I have so I'm so invisible. To retail voice that I have stolen by accident. Like just holding something then I was thinking about buying and then I ended up walking out, and I'm like, well, I'm not going back. Right. Because you like I can't face them. Yeah. But the government is willing to suggest that you put some of your kids up for adoption, or, you know, sit sell body parts or organs blood plasma, right? But they are not willing to suggest that you shoplift your next. Yes. It's funny. Gratien that's been aligned with Trump who has caused this Costa for them. And that's basically all corporations. Then I mean, we're in a corporate taxi that he is, you know, the beneficiary of and partially causing or helping unless there's someone who works in loss prevention, and then you don't want them. Don't wanna get make offer them right mobile like, well, what happened there LP? Exactly. Yeah. Yes. What is something? You think is overrated forgiveness. Dumb shit, like dominoes pizza, or whatever. Not dumb. Hold on getting bigger today. Forgiveness. Okay. Because so much talk of a word in talk about the rock, and whatever I love the rock, but you know, he's defending Kevin Hart leg all this. Just like I keep getting asked about Louis because I'm a woman does comedy..
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"He does not appreciate the regional integration as your opinion. So saw an. On on on the country prisoner about appreciate as much Naturism. So I'm the. Burma administration. The upgraded diplomatic as of the Representative from the European Union to the ambassadorship as sovereign Nate sovereign countries. So you talk about their relations between the US, and you you have in running low could you remind us a major like major sticking points to major spat between the two sides. I think. On several occasions. We're trying has children. He looked down the European Union leaders. And he said not of nasty words about the European Union. European Gratien first of all was the trade and Trenton Trump, even say that sit you was a form the order to take advantage of us on trade. And that's what they have done. This. Of course is a very nasty word and also with regard to a NATO, we know that the United States. Dissatisfy has been defense fi with European countries contributing to the nettles defense spending. It has been very for quite sometime, but on the Obama administration, and George W Bush administration the us European countries to increase the defense budget. But actually, they also paid as the respect to those countries. But on the Donald Trump actors US did not pay respect to to those of European countries. And. He. Criticized all condemned. Those countries for not having enough of spending Naple and also was a European defense. We know that. Mista Marcus of France once put forward. Construction of the European Union European military forces and Trump was just such fi was that. And he wants you say that European Union US enemy. Yeah. So in cases, you know, Donald Trump. Really did not like European Union deny like of European leaders and actually did not show enough respect for them. So you mentioned one major point is trade, of course, people are closely following the trade talks between the US and China between US and EU and also with Japan. So by the way, how have to trade talks between the US and Yubing going so far. Is underway. And we do not have you know, in general when the trend to talk on the way, people do not leak the messages out, and because this is a very delicate question, and when the two sides reached agreement, and then they release message, and they released the communicate and cetera. So the negotiations us on the wait. And Luke cat the other side of this pair of relations, how do major European countries. Like, Germany and friends they respond to the Trump administration over all this. Actually, the leaders of Germany and France protested against Donald Trump at you the behavior. But anyway, you know, we should remember those countries appreciate that relationship with the United States, and they have a historical or traditional country linkage with the United States and for for a long time actually United States defended European countries during the Cornwall, so although they're not subside under Trump they still need that relationship with the U S. So like nation is a pair of traditional alliance of both in terms of a political cooperation and trade and economic cooperation. So basically, it's even possible to decouple ordeal link this pair of relations. No, I don't think. So. Yeah. Naito is. This to a military alliance..
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"Gratien seven out of twenty one positions in the Trump habitant are filled by someone who's there in a temporary or acting capacity. Those positions are chief of staff attorney general Defense Secretary US ambassador to the UN EPA administrator budget director and interior secretary. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House says Karen mentioned this is the first day on the job for acting secretary of defense Patrick Shanahan who took over for James Mattis, kicked off his first day at the Pentagon very early before. The sun was even up just has his predecessor had done, and he held a large group meeting with the service secretaries as well as the undersecretaries, and which he reportedly emphasized China, China, China, according to a US defense official now the rest of the day holds more big meetings, including a cabinet meeting at the White House with President Trump his first time as the acting secretary of defense ABC's, Elizabeth McLaughlin, interior secretary. Ryan Zinke has written. A farewell letter saying it's spin a high honor to serve the president in American people. He resign. Signed last month amid questions about his travel and a real estate deal in his hometown. President Trump has responded to an op-ed by Mitt Romney in the Washington Post. That says the president has not risen to the mantle of the office. The president is firing back tweeting. Here we go with Mitt Romney. Adding he would much prefer that mitt focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. Trump says I won big, and he didn't he should be happy for all Republicans be a team player and with the BBC's Mary Bruce Russia's foreign ministry says it's giving US officials access to accuse spy Paul Whalen, who's being held in Moscow. His twin brother David says the State Department told him Paul is doing relatively well. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
Maersk: US Tariffs Have Unexpected Effect on Trade Deficit
"World's largest container shipping line. I mean, it's been very vulnerable to the trade tensions. So I guess any get news really is received quite well these days, and it's up three percent this morning. And that's because it saying revenue is improving across the company, and it was able to raise the lower end of its forecast for profit. And it actually set that it's possible that a lot of US companies are now stockpiling inventory before possible increases to tariff. So that's actually benefited the company for now. And of course, the the global shipping industry has had to tackle years of oversupply. And of course, you now have this trade problem. So I think a lot of investors are breathing a sigh of relief over this news today. Let's talk an industry group. More broadly in that is energy stocks justina because we are seeing them today at the moment the worst performing industry group on the benchmark presumably because of the slide in crude, right? Exactly. I mean oil has shown. No signs of bottoming out. Get OPEC is worried about demand following and at the same time. It doesn't look like it can exactly just cut supply. Because obviously US President Donald Trump is saying that the group shouldn't do that. And today, we do see the oil and guests sex sector and the stock six hundred. I mean, it's down one point seven percent. The the UK producers are down, you know, BP is down or shell is down. So it's really a bloodbath over there. Yeah. The the oil sector being the hardest hit sector so far in European trading. Auto stocks, though, that sector is actually in positive territory this morning this as we've been working some other news out of the White House. So Donald Trump said to be essentially backing off his threat to raise tariffs on cars. Right. Exactly. The auto sector today is up almost zero point three percent in Europe. And that's of course, relatively already some really get numbers there. And what's happening is that we've reported that the Trump administer. Gratien will hold up for now. Imposing new tariffs on auto imports because of ficials are still looking at possible revisions to report on the national security. Implications says seems like something the industry has been really worried about all year long at least will not happen for now. Okay. Thank you so much steel joining us in our London studio. Bloomberg's European equities reporter taking us through the stocks to watch just want to highlight a couple of others were one of the best performers. In fact, the best performer on the stock six hundred right now is Smith's group are basically offer it said it plans to split off its healthcare business. So we're seeing that stock rise at the moment by four point nine percent. I also want to highlight Merck. It's not one of the worst performers, but it is down almost two percent. It was lower in the pre market as well trimmed its earnings forecast for the year blaming slumping currencies in South America, where it sells medicines and chemicals for the farm industry. Third quarter profit though did beat, but it was seemed to be the currency impact. That's been rattling investors, and I did actually speak. To the CFO on TV earlier, and he did say to me that he sees the Latin time currency troubles weighing on the fourth quarter as well. But does see all key metrics improving from the first quarter of twenty nine hundred. That's not helping to stop today though. You can't help yourself narrow this morning to bring it back. Anyway, let's talk a little bit more about Brexit because it is really in the spotlight this morning this as the UK and European Union have agreed on a draft deal on Brexit, potentially. Offering enough time to have both sides sign it off this month. However, Theresa May must still drive the deal. Pasta cabinets and then parliament cabinet is up. First day Brexit tier and former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has not seen the deal. But is critical of what he's learned so far this is
Syracuse University, Douglas Irwin and Merkley discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"The yen one ten point four six and out ceo rupert stadler under arrest in munich in connection with the diesel cheating scandal making him the highest profile target in the probe that's engulfed the carmaker in parent volkswagen for almost three years and that's a bloomberg business flash john karen thank you very much just want to get some breaking news out of germany's chancellor merkel comes under increasing pressure you'll recall that there are three parties making up a coalition in germany grand coalition merckel cd you these sister party in bavaria the csu you and the social democrats as well the sp what's important here is that there is a significant amount of tension at the moment between the cd you and the cs you so markle's party and the party and the interior minister in germany right now halsey hoffa who leads that bavarian sister party wants a stricter policy at the border to turn away migrants chancellor merkel does not want that halsey hoffer is basically saying we want this done in the next two weeks we want an agreement between these two parties within the next two weeks and chancellor merkel has now accepted seahawks two week deadline on my gratien that is a report according to my sources merkley such with accepted see hoffa's two week deadline on migration and tom if this doesn't get sorted out it's a real threat to merkel's leadership in the country but the the risk the coalition that was so hard to pull together exactly just come car very good four months ago there was a modest press release out of think tank america's the peterson institute brand it was a wonderful press release douglas irwin in mary lovely join peterson institute for international economics many of you will know professor irwin of dartmouth perhaps fewer mary lovely of syracuse university who is absolutely definitive on intellectual transfer across nations and she joins us this morning with the peterson institute on tariffs in such murray what's the number one thing we get wrong in our tariff analysis or discussion two thousand eighteen vintage i think the biggest misconception is the extent to which the trade between the united states and china happens via multinationals by foreign firms operating in china to a large extent it is supply chain trade what does that mean is that just more amorphous or harder to get our hands on that it's within the menu factor of products.
Detained immigrants separated from children in U.S. sue Trump...
"Charlie james in the morning stimulating talk all day be a cumulus station cautious diplomacy stormy development i'm michael toscano a swedish newspaper is reporting that north korean foreign minister rhee yongho is about to visit sweden now that may be significant because sweden's embassy in pyongyang represents us interests in north korea has the two countries have no diplomatic relations meanwhile paula hancocks reports from seoul that many in the region urging caution has plans developed for president trump to meet north korea's kim jonghoon somebody's weighty remarkable ten of events and of course many all cautioning a lot of realism is the us president walking in to a massive trap infighting the south koreans a saying we have to be cautious the american civil liberties union has filed a class action lawsuit accusing the us government of broadly separating immigrant families seeking asylum today's move follows aclu action in the case of a congolese woman and her sevenyearold daughter who were being held in separate image gratien facilities two thousand miles apart part of an effort to group says to deter people from coming to the us there are no reports tying president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen to his official capacity in the trump organization as he was finalising hushmoney payments to porn actress stormy daniels let's bring in correspondent drew griffin.