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Los Angeles City, County Debut Response Teams For Mental Health Incidents

Morning Edition

01:06 min | Last week

Los Angeles City, County Debut Response Teams For Mental Health Incidents

"Program under which mental health workers respond to certain types of 911 calls. These air calls involving people dealing with emotional crises where they don't pose and be a risk to themselves or anyone else. The LAPD is contracting with a nonprofit called Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, a major mental health provider in L. A county and the operator of the oldest suicide prevention line in the United States. Dr Jonathan Goldfinger is the group's CEO, he says. When someone calls 911 in L A, and explains that they're in crisis. The operator can then redirect the person right away, and then our counselor takes it over and we do what we do best. Developing the report quickly de escalating to help the caller access whatever services are needed to get well. And if they need a higher level of care, coordinating a rescue back at times to the LAPD or other community resource is the pilot program is running eight hours a day right now during peak 911 call periods, but it's expected to expand to 24 7. You're listening to KCRW.

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Urban Outfitters shares down, Visa, Plaid call off merger following antitrust pressure

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:22 sec | Last month

Urban Outfitters shares down, Visa, Plaid call off merger following antitrust pressure

"Shares down now by more than 3% after a tough holiday shopping season, also the departure of a group CEO Visa plaid have terminated their merger pact after a U. S antitrust lawsuit. KB Homes fourth quarter GPS beat estimates Stocks Rise Today The dollar weakens stocks edging higher Benchmark Treasury note Yields lingering at 10 month highs

"group ceo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"How you live. One guy who knows a ton about that related group CEO Jorge Perez, right, They've got a portfolio of more than 40 billion in real estate holdings, largely Jason in South Florida. And before getting into property trends and the real estate market. We did ask him about the virus in his home, state and home City. Yes, you know, we have not reacted well in Miami to the virus. It's been a bit of the epicenter off no cases. Um We've opened up and then have the close back up. Thie, you know the interior restaurant's interior of restaurants. And it's not an easy ride here. Unfortunately, we were not so good here at following instructions very surprised that I still go out for a walk and almost half the people are not wearing masks in the street so Wei need to do a much better job at following directions and keeping safe. Other than that, you know, Miami has been helped in a way by the movement ofthe people from the Northeast, Um, towards Miami Way have been saying that Previously previously to the pandemic due to the high taxes in places like New York. I think this has accelerated, you know, our single family luxury home has been doing extremely well. Um A lot of buyers looking to move. Um Carl Icahn and other Wall Street people have made the announcement that their moving permanently down to Miami from New York And other areas. So in that respect, I think we are the beneficiaries. You know, the open air right to see the ocean. I just came from from a house that we have in Aspen and Aspen. This even bad on steroids. Everybody wants from now own a house. In places that they see s being less congested. That's prone to catching the buyer's. Yeah, it is pretty amazing. So when you think about, you know you're in entire portfolio and also things that are in development and under construction. Jorge How has that part of it gone in terms of your ability to sort of Keep going with your business. Well, we've been It's been a radical change. You know, we we had to very rapidly throughout. How do we work Efficiently, first from home? And then how do we make our office safe for boys to return and work there? You know, we've way reacted very rapidly to that. You know, Zoom has become, you know the new trend. We communicate every day we've set up What? What's opposition Amanda Text system So all the key executives and their groups are constantly in communication, so our technology has improved tremendously. Um, because off the virus. I think this is something that we're going to see into the future. You know, we we have become much better, much more efficient. Had working from home at communicating without being face the face, but it's been a really change in the way We We communicate. We talked to people. We execute orders for me for us. We're in the multi family business, which is probably the sector. It has been least affected. By the virus. Retail That's you know, and hotels, convention places. Restaurants have all been affected to a much greater expending. Then we have Our collections, Um half in these months. Being all over 90%, which is, you know, above the national lab. So you know, we have been relatively lucky as a company. In that we have acted rapidly. We dropped a lot of the urban jobs, all retail jobs. We moved sober to suburban locations rapidly in our development, and I think for the next At least a year. That is going to be the preferred, um, housing type. You know, people are afraid of being in close environment. So I think you know we could see it or high rices have taken a much greater hit in our suburban products. And it's been a shift, you know, and we're used to. You know, Florida I always think of Florida roller coaster, so we're used to up and down and up and down. And moving very rapidly to adapt to change. That's the related group CEO Jorge Perez and Jason as we just heard from him. It's all about the pivot related group to that very quickly moving from urban to suburban projects during the pandemic. Yeah, the cities the burbs where people going to live, it's one of the big questions. We keep asking. You're listeningto Bloomberg BusinessWeek. One thing we know people are working out. We discuss the importance of wellness amid the new World Order. Our conversation with mind Body founder Rick stole my It is so important. This is Bluebird..

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Early Steroid Use Can Help Avoid Progression of COVID-19: Study

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Early Steroid Use Can Help Avoid Progression of COVID-19: Study

"A breakthrough in the treatment of the corona virus Henry Ford medical group CEO Dr Steven how can it says their infectious disease experts found positive results in the use of a certain steroid called methyl prednisolone the key however is that they had to receive this steroid early on in their mission if it was given later on during their disease course and it didn't have the same positive effect the doctor says there has been broad improvement among patients which adds a new weapon in their fight against cover nineteen that would be helpful in the event of a

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"group ceo" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Which adventure series but at the moment? It's clean it digital buckets and navigate and we want to provide tangible. Dyke lies to plotted a dialogue rations. You can look at some of the speakers got projects and your Ouija we've got. Rei Groups Chicanos. Narrative cosby. Did this communications expert. Chris elda is a whole bunch of really. Think out. We'll deliver real value. So it's like everything from real market insights to being better at nurturing leads and lading team things like that so you can actually choose doing at the moment. We do a lot of research on what to buy glade. Googlers bonds welcome seem to want and so we want to track. That is multi really nulla question if you could get inside the minds of Janus just just came to mind. I remember this all. Maybe with Mel Gibson where he could repair bills minds and I think that would be an excellent skill but the next best thing is daughter. Guess run into these types of kids around concede Ma trains while my second team and take what they want from any other service brought up to unite and they trained animal. And if we don't adapt and that that that can choose to go elsewhere so they really valuing so what are some of the trends that area is watching right now? I may not know from last year in the before every everyone was talking about these instantaneous customized service that can shame is looking for in their agent and Inaba things. Are there any big consumer trends? Your quite focused on here the depth of Andy more intervention and data. They're looking to do a lot of breeze religion selves since I WON'T BE ACCESS. Dada them along a journey giggling property they want goods lines experiences. Women talk as low as Asian quite a while. And there's still a long way to go on that on aim side fishline dyson and then responsiveness. 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Get us all butter. John's jet you know there are homes that have just become known of communication and contact. And if you're not responding to that and each out yeah absolutely anything new that you can tell me about is in the pipeline for Aria. Is she like what's one important thing that you're working on right now? You've got I think they she said but if you did stick achieve that action of experiences with consignments kind of staying in age and directing them through in a way that makes me feel visible his lines Dada Dada. Andy joins US JUST DAUGHTER ITSELF. But these together we did and again can. Stevenson looking for more and more. That is if Julian assange. Tim Horton on a lot. Being accompanied transaction. They provide that you talk to us and then we still think there's a lot more to do on the rentals ought of business talked about again ninety by the company vantage out so geomancy To be selected by the jet engines. It seems like the Cheetah and the like just trying type of friction EPA that transaction in a mockup arch. Yeah absolutely I attended in the world. That doesn't want the whole thing to be as you may included but there are more applications than their properties. And so yeah the experience of that. Id five percent. Opinions will get some form of rejection during the reign a journey and how we turn that come a really hopefully experience on the hill. An ugly help on the one day instead of just ninety one successful. Maybe it's an unsuccessful. But he's something else you might like. That sounds to me like Netflix. Well you know that that much tenants on that they went successful and actually the property. Come off the side really. Oh my God yeah. It's not only the experience we D- we can help you. Create that experience. Yeah absolutely okay. Let's look forward a bit are now. We weren't very good at predicting things last year. But In Your View. What do you think the industry needs to do better or differently in two thousand twenty or even in the next three to five years necking take coming back in the kitchen thing so we all need to continue to anticipate changing behaviors and Chinese and being really responsive to that still marvel at how in some parts of Valley Street? I'm responsive achievements where he's done get replied too late. I get all Idaho I think they will try to. Grumman in providing in a great service and a great experience to consume that at any touch points across the journey and also applies on the kind of law and MOCHA's Zion Wanting you saving in weight speak to Avenue onscreen tiniest get taught him talkative either. In minutes the speed where to get further and further ahead as an another becomes an own so we saw a jacked up. All they will be yeah. There's a lot to learn from Asia actually in terms of the types of services that they offer to you know you can have a new pool or new black or an uber regular and you know h customer would choose something different on any given day by stone with I need to be in how they failing and I think that's probably pretty telling of can. She misses well Jordan. Retiring all any type of service like that creates a different standard of service. It becomes on it. Becoming the dictation of get the complicated. We love the product here. What did he came from Bank of Bedtime Line within three always talk frustration that can change the starting game striving Iraq? It sounds like the banks again eight to Cape Up as well in twenty twenty. They think they know that will earn. Look a really like to thank you for spending some time with me. Today are now. You're pretty busy and thank you. Also for talking to us a bit about twenty which were very excited about the last question I always ask. Everybody always is if there was any one thing that you like everyone to remember from this chat. What would it be to watch it goes? Yep just I've never lived on a delighted over paid could Chiba and a lot of came to be an excellent business so I want a Lotta can get from it. The Wilson. Thank you so much to connect with all things elite agents including the latest news coaching and features subscribe at Al Websites Elite Agent Dot Com..

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"group ceo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"group ceo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From humans in the hope that they can be released back into the wild the century falls within the outer ring of the new capital it's run by the Borneo around the Tang survival foundation as a large heat to to accommodate volunteers and tourists too much in C. K. the group CEO says even now they have to fight to protect the two thousand hectares of land that they have reforested in and by all and Grossman finishing here why am because people surrounding and decided to have a thing in their mine is so this way why you keep the farmer and I need the live five this is the this is the land we can listen to what I want done on the teaching them to be white the government is promising that the city will be a forest city or we design very differently from Takata and will reflect and protect the local environment do you have faith in that vision than that if you have to meet the did they in fact is there a sense of optimism that that the hot if the center of power is closer to you that you have government ministers here seeing the financial seeing the destruction that perhaps lawyers that are put in place to stop that kind of thing will be in for I had within walking right when they are close to nature they have the money to let.

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"group ceo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"group ceo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The group CEO Carl falconer is on the care of the news line so Carl or what is the situation for kids in Dallas in Frisco in other cities in our area that's the one thing about this sub population of homeless individuals is this is harder subpopulation to fine sand to identify but at the highest that I've seen it is about a hundred and fifty at any given time are are identified as homeless used to or unaccompanied youth on their own but we think the numbers are higher than that it's just the it's more difficult to find the homeless youth in our area they can live with friends or things like that and you don't really know their homeless that's exactly right they're flexible they they adapt to their situation really really well a lot of them again leading what most people would consider or what looks like from the outside of normal teen age or useful useful life which is going to school some of them some of them are working some of them are just you know hanging out with friends or you know being out in public they they do a really good job of blending in with their peers who are not homeless and really trying to take away that stigma of homelessness they don't want to be separated from their peers who are not homeless in the community and if they are hard to find it hard to recognize you know as as we just go through our daily lives hi it must be hard to get services to them absolutely it's it's extremely difficult to get them services like you said first we got to be able to identify them and we have to be able to do some kind of an assessment want them to figure out what it what their needs are which is why I also it's really important for us to understand that when they are reaching out to our use providers and to our youth services that we really do everything we possibly can to get them in the house and get them into programs get them stabilized get them back into the community as house do you because we're not gonna get very many chances with them if they reach out now and they get turned away or were full or in and we won't see them and what ends up happening or what was track what national statistics show us is that if they become homeless as you there were far more likely to become homeless as adults it is one of the indicators for almost a doll that show that is a precursor to them becoming almost as an adult is whether they were homeless as a youth previously how can people help well get involved with the youth providers that's for sure definitely we have several of them in our continuum of care right now they're doing some great work and again you can go to our website you could look at that in the H. A. and you could see some of that information there but reach out to the homeless providers give them support in trying to get those longer term resources affordable housing get him back into school eventually get them to be self sufficient and in the community that is Carl falconeri heads up the metro Dallas homeless alliance doing this on the care of the muse line up problems on six thirty five let's get the latest the situations at six thirty five AM March six thirty five and Coit traffic and weather together on the aids coming up in three minutes get breaking.

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The Truth About Jennifer Garner's Post-Divorce Dating Life

The Morning Toast

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

The Truth About Jennifer Garner's Post-Divorce Dating Life

"The Jennifer garner is casually dating CEO. John Miller says a source. He hasn't met her kids. Jennifer garner is dating Callie group CEO. John Miller a source tells people there casually dating, but it's not serious garner. Shares three kids with husband Ben Affleck. The news come shortly after garner athletic finalized, their divorce three years after announcing they were ending their ten year marriage in June two thousand thirteen the couple began dating in two thousand four and married in June two thousand five

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Global shares knocked after new U.S. tariff threat on Chinese goods

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Global shares knocked after new U.S. tariff threat on Chinese goods

"Let's move onto our top stories, then as you were saying Marcus what's been happening with trade moving the markets in the Asian session. And to some extent in Europe. Asian stocks started the week under pressure after the latest US move to place. A further tranche of tariffs on Chinese goods shares in Hong Kong and China leading. Declines the Shanghai composite closing at the lowest since two thousand fourteen with Japanese markets closed for a holiday after the Wall Street Journal reported that President Donald Trump has instruc-. Acted as to proceed with tariffs on about two hundred billion dollars more in Chinese products. Copper and Nicole dragged industrial metals lower the dollar maintaining gains from Friday and out, of course, has impacted the spectrum. Absolutely. Meanwhile, UBS group CEO said multi reckons, the trade situation is the greatest threat going for markets. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg earlier today. Trade tensions the geopolitical tensions and Geochronology. Sanctions. We are seeing are likely to create some kind of corrections or opportunities before markets and any vessels to step in and take advantage of that. So I think that's one cannot underestimate that issue. So that was a UBS multi.

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Argentina hikes interest rate to 60 percent; peso plunges

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Argentina hikes interest rate to 60 percent; peso plunges

"Ondrej is to find a lion among. All three nations so that you can make the case. To the people of Mexico the United States. And Canada that we will prosper because, of it that was Canada's. Trade Minister Jim, Kerr Swiss CO two Jantar meanwhile says he expects global trade tensions, will eventually be resolved even as the potentially hurt confidence in the short run speaking. To Bloomberg TM also discussed the lira contagion an impact on European banks from that situation I don't believe there. Will be material contagion overtime short-term is always a kind of very strong spontaneous reaction So that, was cut sweeps group CEO at Tim TM, speaking to Bloomberg over in China now Argentina's currency crisis deepened does merging emergency, interest rate increase to sixty percent fail to stop, jittery investors from pulling their money out. Of the country the peso extended losses after the Bank raises benchmark. Measure, by fifteen percentage points. To a global high the, hike the second this month was the latest attempt by policymakers to defend the currency, that lost more than half its value this year had a great conversation about this with that 'wang-koo berries were monarchs a little earlier on TV Marcus. And he said in the emerging markets world if Christine Lagarde was giving a master class on how to manage a currency crisis is like Argentina's there in the front row taking notes doing everything by the playbook Turkey, isn't even, in attendance round the. Back of the gym somewhere say economics doesn't even matter so if that's the case then you have to believe the pace they will stabilize that was rank as yeah I suppose we'll see in the longer term. Or what happens whether or not to Turkey sort. Of continues to be in the back of the class And whether Argentina will stay at the

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Airplane theft shows potential dangers from airline workers

The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Airplane theft shows potential dangers from airline workers

"Townhall dot com. I'm Jeremy house. President Trump says he may have to get involved personally because he says the FBI is refusing to cooperate with a public records request for former, FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe text. Messages on Saturday, Mr. Trump tweeted? What are they hiding investigators are piecing together how an airline ground agent, at sea, TAC international, airport stolen, empty, commercial airplane Alaska, air group CEO, Brad Tilden says the airline is working.

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"group ceo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of New York shutdown his campaign today his reelection efforts after, being caught and charged with or trading Collins says in a statement he'll. Suspend his reelection. Campaign and finish out the rest of. His term the New York congressman was arrested on Wednesday on charges he. Used insider information about. A biotechnology, company to make elicit stock trait he's denied any wrongdoing Collins, says he's heading his campaign in, the best interest of his constituents President Trump and the Republican party but Agnew report the man who stolen empty horizon air turbo prop plane from seatac international airport was identified as Richard Russell of buying official who was not authorized to discuss the, matter but spoke to the Associated Press on the condition of anonymity all thirties will say. Is the man at the controls was a twenty nine year, old he was three, and, a half, year horizon ground crew member Alaska air group CEO Brad Tilden. Says airplanes are access for a number. Of reasons throughout the, night, and are not locked for the ground people and, this is aviation in America the doors in the airplanes are not keyed like a car, the the there's not a ignition key like there would be in a. Car this the. The setup in in aviation America's we. Secure the airfield and then we have the mindset that we have employees. That are credentialed and. Authorized to, be there meanwhile the FBI is on the scene to assist, the NTSB an airline officials in, their investigation the president of the university of Virginia offering an apology to the students and community members who faced off a year ago against white supremacists during torchlit March through campus James Ryan spoke to a crowd gathered Saturday morning for a service, of reflection on the anniversary of the March halfway through the weekend already blooding Chicago nearly..

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Theft and crash of Seattle airplane prompts FBI investigation

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Theft and crash of Seattle airplane prompts FBI investigation

"FBI investigators joining NTSB officials combing through the wreckage of a plane following a. Crash sparking new questions about aviation security authorities say a suicidal, airline employees stole an, empty horizon turbo poplin and took off from seatac international airport before crashing into a small island last night Alaska air group CEO. Brad Tilden's as. Everyone at the airline is deeply saddened last night's event is going. To push us, to learn, what we can from this tragedy, so that we can ensure this does not happen again at Alaska air group or at any other

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Bloomberg, United States and Abby Joseph Cohen discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Bloomberg, United States and Abby Joseph Cohen discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Don't do cut. Menu money on Vases and I'm quite confident that the Class PSA group CEO. Carlos to Varas weighs in on trade I think it's better that. We keep open trade in the world I think it will create more wealth for humanity and it will create more win situation than lose lose situations all this and more coming up in the next hour of Bloomberg best First let's check the markets and some today's. Top business stories I'm Charlie Pellett equity benchmarks finished. The day mostly higher led by technology and healthcare companies while China's, efforts to support its economy spurred interest in high-risk assets across. The Asia s. and p. five hundred index up for a second straight day Jim Karen is portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley investment management I think the stronger. Dollar is a real key if if the dollar does start to weaken that as a shore sign of risk on risk, off the dollar is actually strengthening so I think that's the. Backdrop and I know there is. A. Lot of discussion around trade and some of the concerns around have. Pushed. The dollar higher so I I would still, have to argue that the biggest risk in the market. Are still some of these trade concerns and that is ultimately going. To be stronger for the dollar so it's a real balancing act Abby Joseph Cohen is senior investment strategist at Goldman Sachs on Bloomberg television today she urged caution for fixed income investors I think it will be increasingly difficult. For fixed income investors to do well, now we're looking at global bond markets where government bond yields are negative for more than half of the developed. Economies, that's not sustainable in the United States we've already. Seen a rise in the ten year treasury yield. Two three percent cat go higher we think it will three point, six percent by the end of next year so we would. Be cautious in fixed income Lululemon athletic has named Calvin McDonald to lead the yoga wear maker as it looks to rehabilitate its internal culture and expand its. International presence, he recently served as the top executive of makeup chain Sephora stocks mostly higher SNP up thirteen of five tenths, of one percent the Dow up one hundred ninety seven up. Eight tenths of one percent NASDAQ. Little. Changed lower by a point I'm Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business. Flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso and Ed Baxter continues a combination of protectionist economic policies a new Chinese initiatives are reshaping the economic world for more on this regime Bloomberg's Tom Keene and. Jonathan Farrow spoke with Abby Joseph Cohen and advisory director and senior, investment strategist at Goldman Sachs. I guess we gotta talk about vanilla equity investment how do you respond when. You see the gloom articles they seem to. Peak Friday about seven PM but you spent decades in cycles of doom and gloom are the doom and gloom articles on a given Friday. Now different than they were other eras I think that. We're seeing increased concern Tom and it's appropriate in terms of where the. United States in the world are heading in terms of geopolitical alliances and. Also in terms of the trade picture. We have taken. For granted since the nineteen fifties at the United States would Dom Nate in so many different. Areas we were by far the strongest economy. The other economies of Europe and Japan had been, devastated by the second World War and now we have real competition on the. Economic, front and that comes from China and quite frankly they are playing a long game everybody focuses on how they're, doing this quarter this year they are making long-term. Investments not just in? Terms of their own economy but? In terms of their long-term trade and political, relationships their version of the Asian Development Bank in which they're providing significant funding infrastructure in Asia and throughout the world is the equivalent of the Marshall. Plan which gave the United States an enormous, advantage in terms of global trade focused on Europe I in the fifties and sixties and so I think there..

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Tech stocks shine after Apple results as shares climb

BTV Simulcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Tech stocks shine after Apple results as shares climb

"Than a week now taking a little bit of breathing down at tenths of one percent but important technical levels have been breached as the p five hundred futures for the mini down at tenths of one percent look the story around this possible subpoena for the us president from mr mueller that dented sentiment quite clearly we'll keep a close eye on that and also check in for you on the first world headlines from around the world here's yvonne man thank you apple shares jumped an extended trade after second quarter revenue rose sixteen percent on the year to more than sixty one billion dollars the company sold more than fifty two million iphones and announced a new one hundred billion dollars stock repurchase plan the tech giant also gave a bullish revenue forecast and highlighted a surging services business growing at a double digit number on a year over year basis and so with that kind of change in the installed days and with the services that we have now and others that we are working on i think this is just a huge opportunity special counsel robert muller is said to have raised the possibility of a subpoena for president trump us officials say the president's lawyers toll muller that trump has no obligation to talk to the investigation into alleged russian meddling in the election were told muller responded by saying he could issue a subpoena to how the president appeared before a grand jury facebook is rolling out a new dating feature that will help connect people who are not facebook friends the news sent shares plunging for tender and okay cupid owner match group ceo mark zuckerberg says he wants to help build real longterm relationships and not just hookups the facebook app but it's totally optional if you want you can make a dating profile and i know a lot of you have questions about this i want to be clear that we have designed this with privacy and safety in mind from the beginning your.

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"group ceo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The national ffa organization formerly the future farmers of america has guided and influenced young people toward agricultural pursuits mark paschall is the group ceo we've demonstrate to young people in all areas of the country that farming and agriculture is a viable profession our role is to prepare young people to help feed people and i don't think there's a more noble cause than preparing young people to have a vocation in feeding other folks paschel says ffa demonstrates that farming and agriculture is a viable profession for young people and it doesn't matter whether they come from a farm background or from outside of agriculture when you see a young lady that knew nothing about agriculture was placed in an agricultural education class fell in love with it fell in love with the leadership activities and ffa and how she could apply those in her work experience program and continued to grow as an individual and now is our national ffa president happens to be a young lady who was an african american from urban california that's the farm journal report i'm darrell anderson hello beautiful i'm amy eric founder of madison reap a hair colour company i named after my daughter one of the things i value most in life is time time to spend with my daughter time to spend with family and the time i put into my company that's reinventing the way women colored their hair the busiest most successful women i know us madison reed the.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Obama library right now sir david adjei has stunted african american history museum in in washington dc these are incredibly talented incredibly smart people were hoping that they really inspire our community moving forward i i would love for this process to inspire a generation of architects and landscape architects from the city of detroit and we're hopefully we can make some of those things happen now this isn't the final stage they're still looking for funding to complete the project in there will also be public input reporting live and local in downtown detroit vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty all right thank you vicki wbz news time now twelve o five there could be a change at the top at volkswagen reports out of germany say that vw ceo matthias mueller could be exiting replaced by volkswagen brand chief hermann dev's volkswagen had said earlier it was looking at overhauling its management structure to improve efficiency mueller became volkswagen ceo after martin winterkorn exited due to the diesel crisis www beat reporter jeff gilbert says volkswagen is not commenting on those reports the roads are so bad in this mccone county suburb ww chase charlie langton says it may consider an additional tax just to fix them tonight at the sterling heights city hall there'll be a special meeting to discuss whether voters would approve a special assessment to fix roads in sterling heights it would cost ninety two dollars per homeowner some of the roads that would be fixed would be van dyke from eighteen and a half mile to m fifty nine mile road fourteen to eighteen mile as well but steve goudie he's from sterling heights he says it might be a tough sell not the ninety two it's the they don't maintain the roads so we're going to give the money they're still not gonna maintain them that special budget meeting begins at six thirty tonight at the sterling heights city hall reporting from sterling heights charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty with the season coming to an end later this week and with a piston set to finish below five hundred once again it looks like changes on the horizon with more he is wwe jay's tony ortiz in talking with reporters last night owner tom gores confirmed changes will be made this off season after the pistons missed the playoffs for.

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VW's Diess to retain brand duties as group CEO

24 Hour News

02:11 min | 3 years ago

VW's Diess to retain brand duties as group CEO

"Obama library right now sir david adjei has stunted african american history museum in in washington dc these are incredibly talented incredibly smart people were hoping that they really inspire our community moving forward i i would love for this process to inspire a generation of architects and landscape architects from the city of detroit and we're hopefully we can make some of those things happen now this isn't the final stage they're still looking for funding to complete the project in there will also be public input reporting live and local in downtown detroit vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty all right thank you vicki wbz news time now twelve o five there could be a change at the top at volkswagen reports out of germany say that vw ceo matthias mueller could be exiting replaced by volkswagen brand chief hermann dev's volkswagen had said earlier it was looking at overhauling its management structure to improve efficiency mueller became volkswagen ceo after martin winterkorn exited due to the diesel crisis www beat reporter jeff gilbert says volkswagen is not commenting on those reports the roads are so bad in this mccone county suburb ww chase charlie langton says it may consider an additional tax just to fix them tonight at the sterling heights city hall there'll be a special meeting to discuss whether voters would approve a special assessment to fix roads in sterling heights it would cost ninety two dollars per homeowner some of the roads that would be fixed would be van dyke from eighteen and a half mile to m fifty nine mile road fourteen to eighteen mile as well but steve goudie he's from sterling heights he says it might be a tough sell not the ninety two it's the they don't maintain the roads so we're going to give the money they're still not gonna maintain them that special budget meeting begins at six thirty tonight at the sterling heights city hall reporting from sterling heights charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty with the season coming to an end later this week and with a piston set to finish below five hundred once again it looks like changes on the horizon with more he is wwe jay's tony ortiz in talking with reporters last night owner tom gores confirmed changes will be made this off season after the pistons missed the playoffs for.

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"group ceo" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

African Tech Round-up

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

"Hi my name is that i was songo i'm the group ceo of also brave group hi my name is mussa kalinga i'm the chief of future officer at hustle brave group gentleman welcome to the african take round up thank you thank you and tactics that you guys obviously uh new out in the building we are in your uh building in hyde park and you you had a much publicized entry into the business put it that way um the likes of business day had their say her you're on radio and really this is uh financial male leery things out yeah it is is an its growing asaoka carol was not having it is like no no no financial mailed to do guilty to this rule is due don't get a trusted as as one does it from time to time on the podcast and so firstly congratulations on or the i have a lot of personal curiosity about why this is the sensible mixed it for the before the two of you but also there's been a lot of speculation about what might be coming mixed in terms of your strategy as frankly embedded investors within you know the businesses you guys are all involved in and so without further ado let's talk about it why is 2018 a good time to to bind to an agency as far as i can tell we should be running for the hills as far as this business is concerned gotta what before come on what does that the dulia the first thing is really it's it's it's a it's not the year but it's always a good time to do something great and that's what i often say to a lot of people so the dynamics of the current year change from time to time we may have a different outlook come june on the economy on economic performance etc and i generally when i look at advertising agencies don't look at them in isolation outside of the economic outlook so it's always as a as a as a whole and not in isolation so maybe going back to the issue of why would we do the transaction et cetera my primary reason is.

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"group ceo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The program was sponsored by the area's planned parenthood chapter and now it's at risk of disappearing that's because the trump administration cut off funding for the federal teen pregnancy prevention program which pays for the workshop lyles attended along with similar efforts occur trust the country now the planned parenthood affiliate and eight other groups are suing they say the administration cancelled their fiveyear grants with no justification carry flex men is a lawyer at planned parenthood congress has appropriated money for this programme and directed how it's to be set up and the administration cannot ignore the direction of congress the teen pregnancy prevention program has been held up by some as a model of how government program should work it devotes most of its 100milliondollar annual budget only to projects that already have been shown to be effective and a smaller fraction of that money goes to try new ideas and study whether they work one new idea is crush a smartphone at for teens it's got information about relationships dating health and sex and it uses videos comics and quizzes to draw kids in cress was created where the federal grant to the healthy t network a nonprofit in baltimore that is among those suing the government the group ceo is pat pollute c we know that young people want information and this is kind of how they want it because it's private it's on their own time but it's very relatable but with the federal money disappearing work on a second app aimed at older teens is ending a trump administration spokeswoman says they cancelled the teen pregnancy program because it was ineffective she says most of the projects were found to have no impact on teen behavior instead the president budget has allocated money for abstinenceonly education the lawsuits are filed in federal courts in washington dc maryland and washington state allison kojak npr news you're listening to all things considered from npr news the time is.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Period of global economic growth and recovery again a lot of good news in the economic front us was bit ahead but now we're seeing that strength pickup in places like europe and japan and elsewhere yet of course those market have sold off as well what your view and that of perhaps some of your colleagues as we look around the world at those global markets he i as you said the us really led the world out of the global financial crisis it was the one place where central banks really started to hit the accelerator by putting a lot of liquidity into the system first asia followed next uh if i can generalize in big terms in europe was the slowest and frankly europe had some of the biggest problems in the banking system that were not addressed early on so it's no surprise that the us growth rate accelerated first coming out of the last seven eight years and the us was furthestalong now today when you look at things in a snapshot the us growth is pretty healthy now europe is not far behind and in fact though europe has been growing it faster rate awful lower base to catch up here so i'm optimistic that all the pieces continue to be in place with relatively low inflation low interest rates revenue growth team pretty good because consumption around the world is improving am i think corporate earnings on a global basis will continue to be pretty darn strong here so the backdrop looks pretty good great tim you've been an investor with us for thirty four years resemble you've been through a good handful of different market cycles love to hear your experience in canada broader perspective that you can bring too what were currently experiencing today and how your experience through those prior cycles informed were thinking today.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Term in our investment horizon so we're looking for great companies that we can invest in our great bonds that we can invest in and hold for the long run if possible the key issue for companies obviously is what can their earnings growth be and how sustainable is that earnings growth 'cause earnings growth gets reflected in valuation over time so to my mind the real question is can we see earnings growth pick up as a result of faster economic growth the kicker of tax rates coming down will help a lot of corporate earnings and how much of that can really flow through to earnings growth overall and so if we get some pretty healthy earnings growth suddenly market valuations do not look as high as they were se six months ago and sure enough that's what the consensus view is today that the markets probably selling at eighteen nineteen times future earnings whereas a couple of months ago it looked like it was signed it twenty one twenty two times so my belief is certainly that earnings growth will come through and that's something we really want to pay attention to now it's it's interesting to talk about these broad economic views of the us market and other global markets but really the issue for us is looking and individual companies so work striving define those companies that we think can have good earnings growth and sell it a reasonable valuation of we combine hold on to for an extended period of time and say more about that we continue to see that kind of strength out there and in those companies visits and by companies selection that we do yeah one of the great things that's been going on here for the last several months is although volatility had not yet showed up in the marketplace there was a big difference in the profile of types of companies that were doing better than others so there are some companies out there that have been doing very well on top line growth which has been rolling through two bottomline earnings growth those are the kinds of companies if you can identify and don't have to pay too much for them you can do.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Think the backdrop remains pretty positive but this is a healthy process to get some of the froth out of the market i would say and so we think this is pretty natural and having some greater volatility in the market now probably is healthy for the market and we hadn't seen much volatility for quite some time to the point you made it does seem like some of the ironically the good news things like better wage growth ruth things that ended up being bad news where the markets in the near term we saw those better numbers on friday can you say more about how that leads you're thinking about interest rates and and where we go from here on the balance of 2018 some wage growth would be very healthy for the us economy you know it's wage growth that really leads to income levels for and the average individual and the average individual consumption drives nearly twothirds of economic growth in the country personal consumption so very very important to us we'd like to see some wage growth that'd be healthy in the united states like lots of things though you want the right amount to much makes people nervous for inflationary concerns and not enough doesn't give us the personal income rise that would help fuel greater consumption on top of that you know with the tax plan having been passed recently it now appears that companies are going to start investing more in capital spending which is the other leg that can help drive economic growth and it looks like we're going to get more of that so the backdrops pretty strong in the united states for economic growth and again i think the key issue can that growth occur without heating up too much inflation and my belief is that that can happen but it's something to watch pretty closely gray will that's a great segway to that question what are the things that you're worried about and then the things that may provide you some more comfort in today's market well if you want to talk about things that worry us we are long.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Doubt any real pull back for quite some time in fact we'd had the longest period of time uh ever recorded before having a five percent pull back until recently in the last couple of days here so my view is we were overdue for some kind of correction uh as you know where we're really focused on the long term in one and pay attention to what the longterm opportunities aren't we still feel pretty good about the economic backdrop for corporate earnings what that means furnishings growth and we think there are plenty of opportunities out here so i would categorise what we're experiencing right now as really just the market taking a breather there's some unusual things going on that we can get into but uh i'm not overly concerned about this pull back at this point so safe to say you see this is a little bit more of a pause or a healthy correction not necessarily signs of something bigger as we go forward he i think that's right markets do better when they have corrections periodically you just can't go of all the time you know the thing that we keep a close eye on really as interest rates because that is the one measure that has been most important to the equity markets i think over the last several years in there has been a change interest rates bottomed uh a few months ago and have been slowly taking up and that makes everybody rightfully a bit cautious so we need to pay attention to that on top of that we've had unemployment levels continue to drop and economic growth is improving and even most recently we had good wage growth so there are concerns now that inflation could be coming down there pike and if so what does that mean for interest rates presumably it means rates will continue to move up so at some point if interest rates moved to rapidly one would have to question our equity values appropriately reflected in the markets today that to my judgement would require a pretty big move and interest rates thus far were not seen that uh so we.

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"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Investments are not fdic insured nor the deposits of war guarantee by a bank or any other entities are they may lose value american funds are not available outside the us the following is not intended as an offer to purchase or distribute american funds outside the us dan eighty pat i'm mad miller and this is capital ideas your connection to the mines and insight shaping the world of investments after years of smooth sailing for us equities market volatility has reemerged in recent days to address concerns over this abrupt change in investor sentiment capital group chairman and ceo tim honor sat down with my colleague will mckenna this week to discuss the return of volatility the pain of market downturns and tim's longterm investment alpe so listen and learn what were the drivers of the recent market up where the markets headed from here an why is it actually healthy to experience the occasional downturn now he was wills conversation with tim on we're here today with tim armor the chairman and ceo of capital grew to hear his perspective on the current market volatility and where he sees things going from here tim thanks for being with us today you know you've been saying for some time that we should probably be expecting a a pullback you're in the market and here we are can you talk about this current pullback and volatility in what's behind it what's driving here well as you know the markets have been very strong now for quite some time really up until ten days ago and for good reason you know the global economy is improving and has been improving for quite some time interest rates have been at all time lows uh central banks around the world have been priming the pom so we can fully recover globally from the financial crisis so they're spending very strong backdrop but we'd that equity markets have appreciated whole lot with.

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"group ceo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And overthecounter drugs to help them there would get paint because aim is hard and you want to get rid of it but the op of drugs like bike at an osce kodan unless there are no options to obtain is so bad and nothing else themselves that's the only time to use them the cdc the centers for disease control fishing the state very recently the saying stop prescribing these alsabah crowds as frequently as we give the risk of heart greater than the benefits for most people and we need you could these steps to combat the epidemic of prescribing these painkillers so if you're on those painkillers the things which against today along with turkey doctor can help you get off british statistics that's b potently people die from those prescription painkillers along so information is still important and information of people who have kept an open mind and really looked at options and hopefully we present i'd kind of information so some of you may be saying well i have chronic pain but i don't take oxycodone or opiates or like it in that i just live on one of the over the counter saying well i'm sorry are not much better when you take them they as a group ceo uh uh image stroke heart attack sudden cardiac arrest they originally is meeting at the where the muscle heart gets out of whack things like atrial fibrillation we are your atri of your heart just sort of go nuts period skin reactions and of course liver damage in the neighboring is up to speed on some natural remedies kurt that one can take to alleviate some of the discomfort particularly as it relates to chronic invasive pain he natural ingredients been shown to.

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"group ceo" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"group ceo" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Uk if outlets in reverse than yes you probably see some significant shortfalls wlob supply and not we'd be in a race to inflation yes it will again one of the things i noticed that the frankford auto she essays carlos of ours the psa group ceo they've recently bought boxall but they run peugeot and citroen as well said he can't make any decisions until after he gets some kind of direction from brexit negotiations which he's not seeing how do you get such a tight labour market in in such an a time of uncertainty well i think one thing that you can disease is is easy to hire staff on shortterm contracts than is to invest in capacity machinery and so on is is more visible decision so i think part of the uncertainties manifesting itself in continued labour demand lov than taking those longterm investor decisions the might pay dividends in the long run cuts those very quick question it looks like be pay cap in the uk has gone we saw yesterday it's gone for prison staff is going for police officers have extended widely into the public sector would impact is unlikely to half in terms of these numbers at this stage it is fairly limited to take the greeks in the five is that the public sector and is also the cap is is a bit higher but it's still extremely weak kevin insane instilled we'll tim's cuts in pay there is some past three two two private states from ry at this stage is probably not enough to make me material difference the outlook for wage growth jimmy thank you very much d.

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