35 Burst results for "Hathaway"

Discussing The Golden Handcuffs Trap With Graphic Designer Anthony Banks

The Futur

02:42 min | Last month

Discussing The Golden Handcuffs Trap With Graphic Designer Anthony Banks

"So you're you're working a staff job and you're thinking okay. Is this just me slowly dying. And i'm getting paid and there's a comfort and security in knowing that there's a regular paycheck distress over finding work all the time but then there's no real fast way to get ahead right. Yeah i mean there's there's always move out to up that's kind of what we do In our industry but then you just end up at another job. Kind of just biding your time. Until you think you're ready for a promotion or a pay raise or something and then you just move somewhere else at. It's it's just like a slow predictable path and it's not very appealing when i think ahead like ten twenty years. Yeah and how long have you had this job. I've been at this job a belt three and a half years which is about the the average stint that. I'll i'll be at any one place i see. So you're coming up on that and you're getting the aging yen. Okay let me ask you a couple of questions. Are there a lot of job opportunities. In nebraska there are I live In the capital. Which is lincoln. And i work in the biggest city which is omaha That's where berkshire-hathaway is based at of. There's there's a lot of industry here. There's a lot more design in advertising. Things like that than i would have ever imagined when i first moved here. I'm i'm originally from southern california and you have this. Perception of the mid west is just farms and cows and All that kind of stuff. And i've been shocked. At how much designed there is here. Okay so there's plant it's a healthy job market for a person with creative services or craig's skills right. Oh absolutely okay all right. Do you feel that. You have to stay for certain reason that i need to stay in my position I don't feel any compulsion to stay. I can't say in all honesty that this has been the best job company culture that experienced in. Gosh like but twenty years. I've been now all the stuff i mean. It's it's it's rare you know so it's the idea of of leaving it for really anything else especially another company. That's kind of not appealing. Because i know what the alternative could be like and that this is rare. So there's that part of it that's that's teetering me there and i mean they pay me well. I have great perks So it's all is that The golden handcuffs. A little

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"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I can respect that whether you agree with it or not. That's a different story entirely. But these guys are running the show and they have a pretty good idea of what the business is doing. And i think they are very disciplined investors to me. I think the interesting question for berkshire hathaway really is what this company looks like in the future. I mean at some point or another. It boils down to greg able as the ceo. And todd and ted leading the way with those investment portfolios so you have to feel like there is going to be a pivot maybe towards tech or towards more forward-looking ideas whether that happens or not i guess remains to be seen. I feel like it. It has to at some point which which you know. What does this business look like. Then because if you have these cash cow insurance businesses in you have some folks who feel more comfortable. Investing in tech i mean. Munger buffett really. That's that's not really been their forte. I mean they've been very clear about that. This could be. This could be a little bit of a different looking investment portfolio here over the coming decade berkshire hathaway two point. Oh so to speak. Which could be exciting for investors. I think it could you know. I don't want to knock the underlying business. I mean you look at sort of the the profits generated from operations quarter. We'd look good. That's what's fueling. That's what's funding the share buyback. So the you know they've done such a good job finding an acquiring all these businesses that generate cash. It's just that for about a year. Now this has been the dominant story with you. Know with this stock. And i'm i'm sure if i were shareholder i'd be perfectly fine with this but just as someone who is not a shareholder. I'm like really you don't want to spend any. You don't wanna take twenty eight billion and go by mccormack and get some spice in that. That's gotta be some right. I mean seaver like it just. That's just like you'd find underneath the couch cushions right. Yeah i don't know it's really. You wonder what goes on behind closed doors. I mean allocating capital is difficult in the bigger. You get the more difficult. It gets particularly if you have such a long track record of success because expectations are even higher right. I mean people expect you to do something genius. Because you're warren buffett charlie munger investing is is easier as difficult as you want to make it and it feels like right now..

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"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It would amount to a bolt on acquisition for a lot of bigger players out there in the tech space. I mean it wouldn't take anything just a just a by this company up and in added to your to your portfolio so i didn't didn't make the recommendation based on that but when i was doing the research for this business that was one thing that kept on coming back to my mind was like i just it really feels like given the technology that they own given the numbers that they continue to report an in given how many devices this company is in giving companies. Technology is in it. it's difficult for me to imagine. In ten years that it wouldn't be snapped up but stranger things have happened. Certainly speaking of deep pockets berkshire-hathaway second quarter profits were seven percent higher than a year ago. And we can talk about the reopening boosting berkshires railroad and energy businesses. But this really seems increasingly like share. Buyback story this. I mean they are buffett and munger are sticking to their guns in terms of not overpaying for acquisitions their cash pile is only getting larger even with the share buybacks. I think it's one hundred forty billion dollars now and look. I'm not if you're a shareholder. I mean the stocks up twenty three percent this year. you know. it's not exciting. But but a stock going north is true. Yep stock going up is is an interesting and noteworthy stock right. That's one that makes you smile. And i think that with berkshire hathaway. We're kind of getting what we more or less expect. I think with the business like this. At this point it's life not lighting the world on fire. but but still doing. Well i mean you look at the last three and five years i believe it's underperformed the market a little bit but you stretch that timeline further out and it starts to look better and that's that's kind of the idea behind this business. I mean you you look at the business like this and you sort of own it for a long long time and you never really worry about it and and this quarter. I think really explain why. I mean you saw nice bounce back from what was a difficult year last year. Operating earnings up twenty one percent from a year ago because of what you noted their performance and energy railroads obviously insurance is going to be a little bit more reliable but yeah it does feel like this is a does feel like this is a story where the conversations could become more and more about how do we return value to shareholders in. I know there are a lot of folks out there who would love to see berkshire start paying a dividend. I kind of feel like that would make sense at this point for them. I'm not a shareholder of berkshire hathaway. But it feels like they. Could they could do that. And and and it would. It would probably make a lot of investors feel. You'll pretty good. Because they are repurchasing a ton of stock to your point there they repurchase six billion dollars in stock during the quarter. I think that brings the six month total better than twelve billion basically on track for what they did last year. So yeah they're not going to go out there and overpay for anything and and it's it's a market where valuations are stretched really in a lot of ways and it feels like they just believe that berkshire hathaway today represents a better value than most of what's out there. And i mean..

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"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's monday august ninth. Welcome to market. I'm chris with me. Today jason buzzer. It's monday jason. How are you that monday. I'm well how are you doing. Are we've got berkshire-hathaway latest results..

Kathy Ireland, Supermodel and Entrepreneur, on Her Business 'Kathy Ireland Worldwide'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Kathy Ireland, Supermodel and Entrepreneur, on Her Business 'Kathy Ireland Worldwide'

"An amazing career. As one of the top models in the world that's how you came to prominence. You're a woman of faith and now you have a huge business how to even describe it. You know kathy ireland worldwide kind of says it right there but you're you're into so many things. Let's just talk about that for a minute. Because i'm fascinated with this this you eric so grateful. I work with incredible team are remembers members. We've been together over thirty years. We've got our millennials than our jin z's but as far as how we would describe it we've been compared to mini conglomerate berkshire hathaway on a much much much much smaller valuation. Warren buffett is someone And i frequently will compete in newspaper tossing competitions. We both had paper routes his kids for the opening of the way shareholders meetings in that. We started with a single pair of socks. When i was pregnant aging model at my kitchen table and now our company encompasses everything from lighting to furniture dash in entertainment publishing. Children's it's fintech. it's great. We love what we do and me get to work with amazing people and serving credible

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"hathaway" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on The Playbook

"I mean that that is a space that we have commanded Since our inception and i feel like we need to make a stoller play in the luxury market. And we've already started taking some steps to do that But i think it's really important and critical as we continue to grow that we have a real focus on luxury while not forgetting the other price points that make up the bulk of our business. So that's that's the second thing and then the third thing. And i think this is really key because it's something that i've focused on real heavily in my former company and it's also something that berkshire hathaway who services focused on and to me. It's a real differentiator and that is our culture Because everybody has technology everybody has marketing. I might get something. That's better than you today but the at the end of the day. What is it that draws people to the brand and that is the respect the longevity the stability the security All of those things that are so meaningful to certainly our clients But also to realtors broker owners and one of the things that we need to exploit a little bit more is all of the our our ability to cross over one another in terms of not just being silent oriented in my company but reaching out across all of the the wealth of resources we have in the berkshire hathaway home services world. It's something that we've done a good job..

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"hathaway" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on The Playbook

"On this episode of the playbook. I have christie budnick. ceo of berkshire hathaway home services. And we're gonna learn about how important our mom is in becoming a ceo of one of the biggest companies in the world. Join me all this more on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook each week. I bring you some of the greatest athletes celebrities and entrepreneurs to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success in what made them champions on the field and in the boardroom..

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David Vlez on Building the Branchless Bank

Invest Like the Best

02:17 min | 3 months ago

David Vlez on Building the Branchless Bank

"So david i think an interesting entry point here is fun and interesting once since the news was just announced that berkshire hathaway made a very large investment into your company. And you just told me that they're the largest bank investor ever so that's quite an interesting dynamic. Can you walk us through this story. Why do you think berkshire was so interested in your business out of this down. To be completely honest we never really considered him as potentially investor as we've seen him very actively investing in traditional banks. Intriguing convents where one of the biggest investors and goldman sachs surprises. Today they to be best for bank of america and they tend to look more traditional recumbents in more mature industries but we had a conversation with them a few months ago and they started digging in and they were very very curious can really really good questions about the market size of the unit economics of the business about cohorts very thoughtful understanding financial services. In what we're doing here in the mark because howard getting with some of the traditional banks in latin america and in a few weeks they were very excited and very willing to lead around in. No bank can so for us has been we see days and i think the market has proceedings a bit of the big validation of the business model validation of or ability to show bags eventually your ability to surpass traditional banks in the future financial services. What do you think are the most important differentiator between what will call the incumbent banks that maybe berkshire invested in more traditionally versus new bank. What are the largest important differences for those out there listening to understand the thing. The first one is the consumer obsession and a culture that is based on consumer obsession. Nah i don't think this is shirley specific to financial services. I think what common denominator of incumbent industries either financial services. You look at insurance or even media or transportation is that after. Let's say six. Seven decades of traditional capitalism you ended up with a number of players oligopolies where four five companies effectively owned the markets.

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Warren Buffett Resigns from Gates Foundation

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Warren Buffett Resigns from Gates Foundation

"Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett has resigned as a trustee of the bill and Melinda gates foundation bill and Melinda gates revealed they were divorcing after twenty seven years of marriage but said they continue to jointly run their foundation one of the largest philanthropies in the world Warren Buffett is one of three members of the foundation's board with recent donations he's given more than thirty three billion dollars to the bill and Melinda gates foundation now he says he's resigning in a statement Buffett said he's been an active trustee and that he's resigning from the post just as he's done with all corporate boards other than Berkshire Hathaway Buffett is now ninety years old describing his job but that said I'm clearly playing any game that for me has moved past the fourth quarter and into overtime I'm Jennifer king

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"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

"Hardware suite i've because you have to but they're the most connected my to carve out suburban the first is i somehow never saw goodfellas until this week and that movie is just so choice on so many levels. I mean it probably came. Just because i- listeners will know i just finished the sopranos and that was my previous carve out and wanted more and the cast has like twenty five overlapping people. It's the same freaking people. It's amazing but it's it's a frigging work of art for anyone who has who hasn't seen it. I mean it's like scorsese. As bast it's amazing direction. It's amazing cinematography that dialogue is exceptional. It's just a just a tremendous person's life. I've never been like a gangster movie person. Harare thought i was but this is so good then the the og. I have not seen it. I have to watch it. It's great and it's not like you know like obviously there's the godfather and i've got a long rabbit hole to go down like truly. Oh gee just watch one to don't do that. That's what i hear. And then my second one is the goodfellas soundtrack. It is like hit after hit after. Hit a george harrison eric clapton and aretha franklin and the the film sort of finishes with layla by derek and domino's and that is just like wrap up any epic epic story. I think we had the rights which layla the electrical trinity cousteau electric. Although the acoustic is also great is great. I'm an electric fan. They're both the electric creates more of a the sort of like epic conclusion mood that is appropriate for that will right air clapton and see if we can get the rights to use that on the fate out of this episode. Great great actually. We probably won't. I'm sure for sure whether or not you're a fan of of the movie of seen. Go listen to the soundtrack on spotify. So great when dino when goodfellas came out early nineties. I wanna say like ninety one something like that shortly before the solomon brothers scandal while while warren was still in his his real heyday. Exactly exactly all right. Listen we're going to leave it there with that. Thank you so much to our sponsors. They've been wonderful tiny cap chase vouch. Go check them all out. We have a slack. You know this come hang out with us. you'll like it. We have an l. p. program for people who want to be closer to the show you get to hang out on the zooms live with us or with people like brad stone when we're recording a book club episode with them. It's super fun. And frankly i don't you know all that stuff is great and if you want to engage more deeply in the show with you should but you know there's nothing like sharing an episode with a friend or social media you want to but just passed this along if he liked it. David i love getting to share these stories with new people. So and thank you for joining us on this journey. We're so lucky that we get to do this. And it's so much fun but like this has been a whole new level of fun. At least we saw eleven pm wrapped in this room for four hours. It has so funny. Awesome all right. Listen thank you so much next time. We'll see you next time..

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"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

"For thirty seven billion dollars in berkshires largest deal ever bigger even oh skipped over the railroad in two thousand nine the but they finally ns about the railroad good for that. That was a good deal. That was yep that has done well for berkshire warren buffett from two thousand and eight to twenty eleven. He was good. He was good in those years but precision cast parts man of for thirty seven billion dollars last year. They took a ten billion dollar right down on that deal. So that's a dog. Then the worst though we elitist do. Oh my god tony sixteen. He starts investing in airlines. This is the who said that he was going to shoot down. Orville and wilbur. What was he thinking. Well the interesting thing is so. He sold the airlines in a panic sale. Right when the pandemic dip started and we all know of course there was about five days where you can actually buy the dip. Before it came skyrocketing back and we didn't endure a real market crash in this global pandemic 'cause monetary policy. Anyway jerome powell yeah. Buffet basically sells at the bottom with these airlines. And it's interesting. Because i don't fault him for the sale. It is a very reasonable thing to sell the airlines. Then because if the government didn't bail them out they could have all gone to zero. I mean the government was paying some airlines payroll to sort of make it through that period. So i don't even though he sold it. I think right around the worst. The bottom i blame the by your knew that he even had a comment years before that he had sort of like a is it like a romantic fascination or like a dirty habit about the about owning your lines or something like that like he knew and he still did it like the newspapers anymore so he wants airlines now to be fair to worry and again the scuttle but it here is and there's some comments to this effect that it actually was. I think ted who i got interested in the airlines. And they talked about it. You know and then warren so okay. It's kind of funny..

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"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

"On jeep so he did not invest in those financial firms in september. Two thousand eight. However he did get two other calls that he was slightly more receptive to specifically goldman sachs and g e. You wouldn't think of ge as financial firm but they had t. capital which large very active financial player. And they were in trouble. Did you know that. Ge's consumer facing savings bank was sold to goldman sachs. This is like maybe seven eight years ago and goldman sachs rebranded at in a sloppy ranch. Kind of a quick one gs bank and it. Satis- gs bank for like two or three years and then that became the underpinnings of mark. Oh no way. I did not know that as originally a g. financial product no way and they're both warren buffett bailouts. Two thousand eight swoop ups move ups the very next week after the lehman bankruptcy goldman must called probably during that weekend too or or shortly thereafter berkshire invest five billion dollars for preferred equity and goldman with a ten percent annual dividend. So essentially this is. It's it's like it's not preferred equity like preferred equity that you'd get investing in a startup. It's a more debt like instrument so ten percent keep on the solomon coupon i think was only nine percent so matt. This is golden with a call option for goldman to call the preferred equity back for five and a half billion dollars plus berkshire got another billion dollars of common stock warrants at a strike price of one hundred fifteen dollars a share those warrants end up becoming they got renegotiated. I think once with goldman but become quite value in its golden all told on that deal berkshire up about three billion dollars so they get about eight billion dollars back on the five billion dollars. They invested goldman pretty good for fixed income. That happens within like two years. And how long did that last did they end up completely out of goldman shortly thereafter. I think they held the equity that they exercised from the warrants for a while. But they don't end up making too much more than a billion dollars so good deal Ge when slightly less well the week after goldman on october first berkshire invest three billion dollars in ge for basically the same deal ten percent coupon warrants to buy three billion dollars of common stock at twenty two dollars a share unfortunately unlike goldman whose stock has of today is trading at three hundred and sixty four dollars a share versus the one fifteen straight price that berkshire got ge..

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"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

"From january again. We can't move on fast enough warranty so before. The tech bubble pops. He does one more surprising to outside. Watchers move which is in nineteen ninety nine. He buys a utility company berkshire bang utility company. This is what warren has come to like the leg. Company that provides electricity. He buys mid american energy holdings and people wanna know why why why aren't buying a utility rates in. The snowball wire was already being ridiculed for his refusal to buy technology stocks. Now he had bought the light company. How dull the energy business gets up. Did a fine for berkshire like. It's another fine of those at least money. they're fine. It does come though with two managers that warren seems to greatly admire by the way we talked about this in the pre show. But we haven't yet talked about it on the said you know how you see berkshire-hathaway real estate agents all over the place. Oh yeah that came. With mid american energy holdings they also had a real estate brokerage so weird. How does that work like. My understanding of the electric company is that it's like a public utility it's market by market. Then that were some of that must be private companies. Yeah i don't know exactly. I mean there are lots obviously lots of utilities separate utilities different geographies all across the country. Yes somehow they had a real estate brokerage in there as well so there is. Ceo of the company. One david socal and the number to remember that name ever remember that name. His number two guy named greg able the just announced to remember that name. Ceo of berkshire hathaway. Yeah that's how they come into the company where you hear much more about that later. So okay finally. All this tech stuff comes to a head in the two thousand annual meeting where warren and charlier just getting pummeled by questions from shareholders onstage in the arena asking what on earth they are doing. Why do they not own technology. Stocks everyone else's getting these five x.'s. In a year what are you doing here. Trying to make me fifteen percent. You're making me poor. Warren says quote. I don't want to speculate about high tech. And then of course he goes on to speculate. And he compares the whole thing to a ponzi scheme. And then charlie jumps in. This is my favorite. This might be my favorite charlie moment of all time. Egypt said eddie says the reason we use the phrase wretched excess is because it produces wretched consequences. It's irrational if you mix raisins with turds they're still turds all time great quote. I don't know if there is a video of this if there is i haven't seen it but i can just imagine like the entire just being like shocks like charlie munger. Just say turds like what. I think alice actually says that lighted the the snowball. But if you think about what each of them is saying it's telling it's actually quite different. Warren is saying. I don't understand this stuff. I refuse to engage not unannounced ponzi scheme. Charlie saying some different here he gets that there are raisins in the text. Acts like microsoft. And like and you know they're they're real companies in there but there are also terrance and microsoft may be doing great but if in win this whole tech bubble pops and it will splatter from the turds is gonna get all over your reasons to and dragged down and when moran says i don't understand this thing it's upon scheme he's referring.

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"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Acquired

"What thirty-five acts on their initial investment of the stuff that they own that are public markets. Before they wade into apple. Which we'll talk about later. Coca cola is their biggest single holding of stock that they don't wholly own business. Yeah it of course no longer is but yeah i mean. This is huge evan. This is one of the key legs of the berkshire stool is coke and also speaks to how different the company is now. You can barely see the coke equity value in there. Okay so back to the meeting of these two businesses here so in nineteen ninety seven. There is this amazingly perfect moment. I think this moment kevin marks A major transition point in business and industry in the world and it starts at the rise of tech and the rise of the internet and how much the world is going to change at. it reminds me of. There's the famous quote in history. I think it's about germany. Like eighteen fifties where the quotas the german history reached. Its turning point and germany failed to turn. This applies to worrying here. Investing in corporate history reached. Its turning point and warren. Fales too tired. So summer nineteen ninety-seven. We are at of course the allen and company sun valley conference and there is a panel discussion hosted by don keough with the participants three participants being one warren to roberto goizueta at the ceo of coke and three bill gates so here it is old school like the consumer brand coat and bill gates and microsoft and warren on the same stage. Everybody thinks this is going to be like a back affair. You know maybe sort of a genteel changing of the guard or something like that. But bill goes off script here so bill would later say that he meant this as a compliment but he trots out warren's him sandwich freeze when talking about roberto and done onstage. The the moderator of the panel is the president of coke and you've got the ceo of coke as one of the participants and then the other participant is like the largest shareholder and coke right and gates. His friend gates says it like you guys got it easy. Ham sandwich could run your business. And he is that to microsoft. He contrast that with microsoft where he says running microsoft is such a high wire. Act that he suspects. He's going to have to retire before he gets too old like indeed well before he gets age sixty because you need a young person. Incharge who can adapt and navigate the constant change in the technology. Business is the other panelists. Roberto is sixty five and tragically later. That year would die unexpectedly very quickly of lung cancer. Don is seventy one and warren is sixty seven so gates's literally to slapping them all in the face here and roberto sort of has the sort of stereotypical fiery cuban temporary here. He is hugely offended by this. I don't think he walks off stated he never talks to gates again for the rest of his life after this episode. I don't know how don reacted to it. Warren kinda shrug it off like he does like bills my friend. He's built. He's kind of like he's like a wild animal. You can't like brigham in public too much but the thing is like this is a major social faux pas and gates's part but like he's totally free and right all he's right and it is clearly. This seminal moment for warren where he sort of like looking laughed and he seeing the past he seeing the things he already owns these seeing these cash flowing..

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Summer Movie Preview 2021

Popcorn with Peter Travers

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Summer Movie Preview 2021

"From memorial day this weekend to labor day movies will come in three sizes. They will be big. They will be bigger. They'll be max. I mean this. Is it what else. But this kind of size n shameless showing off is going to get all of us back into movie theaters. Where all weary from the pandemic. We wanna get there. But we're a little afraid. So this movie summer hollywood's whole future depends on getting you to get up and go to the theaters and to do it. They can't show you what we saw for the past year. Little independent movies that you can watch on your laptop or on at home. They've got to give us blockbusters and we start with first movie to begin the summer. The quiet place part to the sequel to the twenty eighteen box office smash it made like three hundred and forty million dollars on like two hundred dollars. Whatever it costs john kuczynski to make it. And it's in this post apocalyptic world where if you make a sound you die. He demands that you see it in a theater being cost to get that suspension all that horror of creeping around in there not make a sound. It's all over for you and you know that's where it needs to be seen in theaters where everything's dark and everyone can hear you scream. Our next up on my list is crew. Allah years of moving where disney broke the bank on this kind of stylish punk rock fashion show kind of thing. It's an origin story. Baccarat so it's not glenn close anymore to emma. Stone twang are and we see her. As a lonely orphan girl in the nineteen seventies in london trying to be a fashion designer like anne hathaway in the devil wears product. In this case the villain of the piece is played by thomson. It's not as scary as that first one wise. But but they try amortize and she learns the dirtiest. Pg thirteen tricks. In the book to foil impetus

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Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

The Book Review

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

"This is john williams in hammett. Her eighth novel maggie o'farrell imagines the life of william shakespeare. His wife anne hathaway or agnes and the life and death of one of the couple's children hamlet who died at eleven fifteen ninety six in o'farrell's novel. He died of the plague. And the book imagines the impact that this event might have had on arguably shakespeare's greatest play hamlet. Hamlet won the national book critics circle award for fiction and it was named by the new york times book review as one of its ten best books of twenty twenty with the editors calling it a bold feat of imagination and empathy and magill. Farrell is here to talk about it from edinburgh. Hi how you doing. i'm good. What do we know historically. That's in this novel. How bearer the bones that you were working with when you sat down well i they expire himself is quite a shadowy figure. There's an awful lot about him. We don't know despite the very best efforts of the world's most brilliant scholars and shakespearean academics. So it is mysterious. You know we only have six examples of his signature which is spelt differently so there are lots of lawmakers and gaps in his story. If we think we know very little about him we know even less about his wife. The woman weeping told to call anne hathaway and his children. We only hamlet himself. The boy is lucky if he gets possibly to mentions in these big biographies of shakespeare them night and he was born and they mentioned that he died in fifteen ninety six. But i see i mean to be honest. That is all we do know about little. Unfortunately

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Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Capitals to Even Series

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Marchand Scores in OT, Bruins Beat Capitals to Even Series

"Brad Marchand scored thirty nine seconds into overtime as the Bruins beat the capitals four to three to even their first round Stanley Cup playoff series at a game apiece the Bruins trailed three to two in the third one Taylor hall tied the game with two forty nine left in regulation garnet Hathaway scored two goals for Washington Jake DeBrusk and Patrice Bergeron scored goals for Boston goalie Tuukka Rask made thirty six saves for the Bruins while Craig Anderson made forty four stops for the capitals Craig heist Washington

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Who’s the Preferred Match-up for Boston in the First Round of the Playoffs?

Bruins Beat

02:10 min | 5 months ago

Who’s the Preferred Match-up for Boston in the First Round of the Playoffs?

"What team is a better matchup for the Bruins. Maybe in terms of itself cuz I mean, let's be, let's be candid. You know, lead into this at either match is going to be tough, right? Either one of these ones, you're like, all right? Well, that's what it is, right. Is it thing though? Like, so I feel like the looming thing with capitals is that, you know, any team is going to play them is going to give the shit kicked out of them. But yes, you know, they're finishing their big team. They've got Tom Wilson, they've got Hathaway, they've got Dylan Char, all these, all these big guys, but I think you look at how you best exploit a team like that. It's easier than 14. Like the Bruins, what their strengths to land punches against a team like the capitals on the ice in terms of you know, the X's and O's and it is the Penguins. Now, Penguins may not be nearly as big but you look at just the way the Capitals defense is, you look at how Scholl they are on defense, how the Bruins right now especially up front, all of a sudden have all this speed in their line-up. I mean they've God Top six is the top six even though Richie Crowley coiler the physical track and wine, those guys can move, you know, really Sean Crowley is, you know, a very good skater and events or fourth line. Now. It might depend on the match of, you know, do you want to roll out debrusk and kacchan? The 4th Line? Or is that one we go with Lazar with Frederick and Wagner so that, that can change a little bit in terms of the max but you look at the, the, the defense of the capitals have. I mean, the Bruins average close to three, three point six goals per game, against the capitals. The only team that scored more goals against against Atlantic division. Foes our East Division, foes was the same Choice which makes sense, not surprising, but the fact that, yeah, the fact that, you know, Washington who has a slow defense who do not really have to lead goalies in that, which, I mean, I think the biggest equalizer for how much the cap wasn't given the Bruins trouble of these has been because of brain. Hopefully now you've got vanicek and samsonov two guys who don't really ski all that money. Trade. I just look at the matchups and what the Bruins are going to go up against. Yeah, you're going to get knocked around quite a bit but it's

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Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

CNBC's Fast Money

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

"We are all over. The pharaohs action shares a roadblocks and simon property group. Post docs on the move on results will bring it in numbers but we start off with a bloodbath for big tax. The nasdaq plunging two and a half percent today for its biggest loss since mid-march the selling widespread across technology and intensifying into the clothes and nasdaq finishing app session lows and it wasn't just the high fliers crashing back to earth tech. Titans all seeing massive losses. Facebook netflix amazon apple alphabet losing a combined seven hundred billion dollars in market capitalisation. Today alone. That is more than one whole berkshire-hathaway wiped out in a single trading session.

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Sprong Sends Capitals to 6-3 Win Over Eliminated Rangers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Sprong Sends Capitals to 6-3 Win Over Eliminated Rangers

"Daniel Sprong strikebreaking goal in the third period propelled the capitals to a six three victory over the Rangers Sprong put the capitals ahead for three of the four thirty seven mark in the final period before Niklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson added insurance tallies nic Dowd Conor Sheary garnet Hathaway also scored as the caps snapped a two game skid out so that you can return to the lineup after missing four games with a lower body injury but he went to the locker room after playing just thirty nine seconds in the first period and did not return Hathaway says they really had to work hard for the win she came together no it's about the best I can say you know it wasn't it wasn't pretty for awhile but I think we we managed their game in the end and come out with when the outcome puts Washington back into a first place tie with the penguins in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie

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Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

America First

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Greg Abel to Succeed Warren Buffett When Berkshire Hathaway CEO Retires

"Has some big shoes to fill. The Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman will succeed billionaire Warren Buffett as CEO. Buffet confirmed the succession plan to CNBC after Berkshire's Charlie Munger spilled the beans during the company's annual meeting over the weekend. 90 year old buff, it says while he has no plans to retire, if anything happened to him, Abel would be the one to take the top post that

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Capitals Dominate Islanders 6-3 to Stay in 1st in East

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Capitals Dominate Islanders 6-3 to Stay in 1st in East

"Daniel Sprong scored twice and Evgeny Kuznetsov had a goal and two assists as the caps beat the islanders for the second time in three nights six three of course that's good at home and this is a team that we can face in the playoffs sorts big pressure to get to Robinson in a hard building that's playing now we are we got another game against my home strong was on the top line in place of Alex of educated who sat out the game with a lower body injury nic Dowd Gary Hathaway TJ Oshie also scored as the capitals stay one point ahead of Pittsburgh and for head of the islanders in the east division if anybody really eight Adam pelican JG Pageau talent for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to Washington I'm Dave Ferrie

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Razzies 2021: The nominations for worst film are in

Bloomberg Opinion

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Razzies 2021: The nominations for worst film are in

"A movie about a doctor who can talk to animals is being honored as the worst of last year. Jim Forbes says more. The movie do Little leads The Razzie Awards with six nominations, including worst actor for star Robert Downey Jr. It was his first big film after retiring from the Marvel Universe, and Hathaway was nominated for worst actress in two movies, the last thing he wanted and witches. Rudy Giuliani even got a nod for worst supporting actor and Borat to the Razzies will be unveiled April 24th the night before the

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Warren Buffett's fortune tops $100B as his stock soars

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Warren Buffett's fortune tops $100B as his stock soars

"Warren Buffett. Come on down and welcome to a pretty exclusive club. After Berkshire Hathaway stock went up this week, it's CEO Warren Buffett saw his net worth go up. I nearly $2 billion Giving him a net worth of more than $100 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. That makes him just the sixth member of that $100

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The Importance Of Diversifying Alzheimer's Research

Short Wave

09:10 min | 7 months ago

The Importance Of Diversifying Alzheimer's Research

"John. Let's talk about what alzheimer's disease as an how it's related to other forms of dementia right so dementia is an overarching term. That refers to thinking and memory problems from lots of causes including stroke or head injury. Alzheimer's is far and away. The most common cause of dementia at least in later life and it refers to the specific process where these toxic plaques and tangles build up in the brain and eventually start killing neurons. Those are the brain cells. We used to think and remember an for black americans. How much greater is their risk of developing alzheimer's or some other form of dementia. Some studies show that the risk is twice as high as it is for a white american though the exact amount still kind of in question and by the way there's also some evidence that lat next people also have a higher risk and asian americans appear to have a low risk than white americans. Okay and do. Scientists know why they're such huge disparities not fully. Some of the difference probably has to do with known risk factors for alzheimer's so health problems like heart disease. High blood pressure diabetes obesity. All of these increase a person's risk for alzheimer's and these factors are more common in black americans and they are in white americans. There's also at least one. Genetic risk factor. Okay people who have one or two copies of a gene called abeille. Four are more likely to develop alzheimer's and the four gene appears to be more common in people of african ancestry but scientists really don't understand alzheimer's very well in anyone. They've been testing all of these alzheimer's drugs for decades and really nothing has worked so research is still. Don't know whether all of these factors put together can fully explain why alzheimer's is so much more common in black americans. John that's really tough to hear. I mean you mentioned healthcare earlier. The you know that black americans have less access to care for loved ones with alzheimer's. What do we know about that. Just a couple of weeks ago. Alzheimer's association released a report on race ethnicity and alzheimer's and i talked with brain scientists. Maria correo who is now the chief science officer there. here's part of what. She told me about what they learned from a survey of people who were caring for a friend or family member with alzheimer's among nonwhite caregivers half say they've faced discrimination when navigating through the healthcare system with a top concern being the providers. Don't even listen to what they're saying. Perhaps because of their race color or ethnicity that's really frustrating and not surprisingly black americans. Were the most likely to report discrimination. Okay so we've talked about risk we've talked about care. Let's talk about research so as scientists are trying to find treatments. What can be done to make. Sure that black americans are included in that research. Several things they can change. The racial and ethnic composition of the people who do research black researchers are more likely to have ties within black communities and are more likely to make sure that studies are inclusive. Researchers can also change the racial and ethnic composition of the people who participate in research studies and they can focus on questions about why. Alzheimer's appears to act differently in people of different races. Yeah i mean. These are really good goals to have of course but our researchers getting any closer to achieving them. I've seen some encouraging signs especially when it comes to diversifying scientific studies so for example a couple of years ago researchers formed a group called the african ancestry neuro science research initiative. I spoke to one of the brain scientists involved. Dr cuff weeds rossa. He's a psychiatrist and a professor at duke university. He told me he joined the effort when he realized that his own ancestors who came from west africa had been excluded from genetic studies of brain disorders. It was clearly an immediately evident to me how much of a problem this was right because for me as one who does what we call basic research. In other words. I take the genes that are found in human gene studies and then i studied them in model organisms in other words things like mice or rats and understand how it changes other brain works. It meant that. I was studying genes. That were specifically related to onus in folks of european ancestry which would mean that cough fleet. Derosa was only studying the genes of a narrow segment of people. Which sounds pretty. messed up. If you're trying to figure out the genetic story of how. Alzheimer's affects all people like what is the scientific justification for this approach. Years ago the logic was that it would be easier to find genes responsible for brain disorders in people of european descent. The reason is that they tend to be very similar genetically to one another. The genes of people of african ancestry vary a lot more now. Technology has made genetic sequencing so widely available that you can easily study all kinds of people and scientifically you should because people with different ancestries can have genetic differences that affect their risk for diseases like alzheimer's absolutely and have scientists learned anything new about alzheimer's disease from studying it in black americans. Maybe you know that. Jean april four. That increases a person's risk of developing alzheimer's. Especially if you inherit two copies one from each of your parents so the gene is more common among black americans but it may be less risky for them. Some other genetic factors seems to protect people of african ancestry from the bad effects of a four. I spoke with dr daniel weinberger. He's a scientist at the lieber institute in baltimore. And he's also part of the african ancestry neuroscience research initiative. Here's what he told me about april four. If you inherit the risk form of that gene from both of your parents and your european ancestry that increases your likelihood of manifesting outside disease later in life about twenty fold if have african ancestry the risk from inheriting that gene from both your parents is about a fourth of what it is if you were of european ancestry so if scientists could figure out what the protective mechanism is they might be able to develop a drug. That would help protect all people who have at least one copy of the four gene and that is by the way tens of millions of people in the us alone now. That sounds really promising. But it's gonna take a lot more research right that also broadens who's being included in that research it will truly diversifying the groups of people in research studies is really challenging and scientists know. They can't do it on their own. So the african ancestry project for example has involved. People like reverend alvin hathaway. He's the pastor of union baptist church in baltimore. He told me one challenge facing scientists. Is that a lot of black. Americans are pretty skeptical about this kind of research. You know clearly when you begin to talk about The brain you begin to talk about the genome data set immediately within the community. That triggers all kinds of suspicions It triggers a lot of suspicions because There has been arguments that The caucasian brain is different from the brain of people of african descent and one of the amazing revelations that i found. Was that when you actually look at brain tissue. You can't discern difference right. Scientists propped up thinking for a long time. And you're saying the legacy of that lives on. Yes it does so john. How'd you researchers with the african ancestry project and other groups navigate that the alzheimer's association did a survey a few months ago. That found that one in five black americans would actually feel insulted. If a doctor even suggested a cognitive assessment to detect alzheimer's so of medicine has a lot of work to do to build trust with black americans and other minority groups. I talked about what that might take with. A scientist named lisa barnes. She's a professor and also a cognitive neuropsychologist at the old timers disease center in chicago. She told me she often. Here's the same comment. When she approaches groups that have been marginalized about doing a research study especially when that may take years to complete these researchers come in and they collect all these data than we never hear from you again so we we also give back so we who make sure that we go back to the community and update them on what we're finding we give their vice about how we're interpreting data. So we try to really make it a partnership between us and the community. And i think that that goes a long way and building trust and and and having them stay with us for the long haul.

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I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?

Speaking of Bitcoin

06:33 min | 7 months ago

I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?

"Bitcoin is hot. Stop amidst this current bull market. We've seen a rush of new users who like most new users have no what's going on and one question of particular comes up a whole lot that i wanted to talk about today. What do i do if i can't afford one bitcoin. I'm adam levine and this is speaking of bit point. Today's always i'm joined by the other host of the show. Andreas 'em and operas. Hello stephanie murphy. I am jonathan mahan. Hey thanks to all the hosts into you listener for sitting on today's session. So i was talking to some people new to the cryptocurrency space last week and they were talking about what they were looking at making the first coins and they said that bitcoin just cost too much that it was too expensive that even if they agreed with all of the fundamental values the changes that will happen in the world. How bitcoin is a hedge for that and that bitcoin was going to. Let's say three x or five x in the next ten years and they saw that is real that they just didn't feel like transferring their wealth into something that they would never have one that they would never have one bitcoin that even if they spent a decade doing everything they could they would only ever have less than one bitcoin as a failure state as something that like emotionally. They couldn't get past. And i started thinking about myself when i was in college. I learning about bitcoin. And honestly i don't know if bitcoin had hit thirty or forty thousand dollars instead of dollar if i could have seen it as something that i wanted to get into just because of that mountain cliff of believing in something but then feeling like a failure. Because you don't even have quote unquote one of it. What do you guys think about that. What do you think people should be thinking about when it comes to that. I think that's an important psychological marker that people check in with when they're thinking about do i wanna buy this. How much does it cost to buy. One of this thing and i mean the real solution to that is to reframe. You're thinking there's other units to measure bitcoin in lots of wallets denominate their balances in mila. Bits now which is one thousandth of a bitcoin and you can change that in the settings and so you know if you could afford one million. Bitcoin would you by that. What about wants to toshi. The units are actually quite arbitrary. And it doesn't help that. The news and everything reports the price in terms of one bitcoin but that is also kind of helpful for a very long term perspective to see that it went from being worth nothing up to you know nearly fifty thousand dollars. There's other things that exhibit similar behavior for example. Some stocks have extremely high unit prices. And of course you can buy fractions of them berkshire. Hathaway is a famous example of that other things that have this kind of tendency. Are things like precious metals. You know you don't say well. I'm not gonna invest in gold because i can't afford a whole kilogram bar. Well yeah i mean. You can't but that doesn't mean that you can't get an airing. It's still gold is just a different value. And the unifies works both ways so for example instead of saying why can't afford a bitcoin but i can't afford a bit which is millions of a bitcoin. You can't afford a bit and that has a nice name. It's not merely bitcoin. Which kind of makes it sounds like a bitcoin with too many feet. That's a bad greek joke. It's not a unit that has no relationship you could also just measuring soto. She's because we all know of course are the standard as i keep getting reminded and you could choose any arbitrary unit but you can also go the other way right. You could redefined for example. Ten bitcoin as a chad hike. Very few people can really afford to buy a whole chad. But could i buy one tenth of a chat of bitcoin or desi chavez. I prefer to call it it. Oh all of these things are completely arbitrary and you can torment yourself on way or rejoice the out there in a completely arbitrary way and this is the key here arbitrary. It's not rational to focus. On any specific unit and we have a word for things that humans do the deviate from rationality or norm and those are called cognitive by and this particular thing is called unit bias. It's of well known cognitive bias and is studied in psychology from a number of different perspectives. It's not just the. I want to own one bitcoin. It's also the if you give me a twenty four ounce cup of soda. I'm going to drink the whole thing. Just because it comes in that size even though i may be only wanted half of it or if you create a heaping plate of french fries or if you give me a giant bag of doritos i'm gonna finish everything. Unit biases be studied a lot in terms of portions for eating. Because it actually one of the things that drives a number of eating disorders because it's a cognitive bias. It's a bug in your ability to think rationally about certain situations and that bug can lead to behavior that is against your own self interest and so this is a normal thing to have unit bias and sometimes says expresses itself in hilarious ways like for example to jonathan's example of people saying well. I can't buy a whole bitcoin. you get the opposite. Which is people who bought into dosage and are looking at it at six cents going. Yeah we can get it to a dollar dollar while allowing me to answer that watson dollar. What you don't understand dear sir is that there are one hundred twenty nine does and they are produced at a rate of what is it. One point four million a day and so to get does to a dollar. It's total market capitalization would have to reach a hundred and thirty five billion dollars or basically where a theorem walls last week. Now i don't know how you measure the utility of does and even if you think cerium is shit. Coin will not that bad

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Apple bounces back after a rough last week, 270 stores reopen

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Apple bounces back after a rough last week, 270 stores reopen

"Apple bouncing back after a rough week last week. This comes after Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett saying in his annual letter to investors published this weekend that His investment firm owns nearly 5.5% of Apple, mainly because Apple's been repurchasing their own stock, So his percentage has gone up to also apple announcing that all of their 270 U. S. Retail stores are open for business. Some of them are appointment only, but they are all Open for

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Buffett is buying back more Berkshire stock this year after record $25 billion repurchase in 2020

Masters in Business

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Buffett is buying back more Berkshire stock this year after record $25 billion repurchase in 2020

"Berkshire Hathaway said today. It brought back a record $24.7 billion worth of its own stock last year and said there's more to come The conglomerate said it repurchased a total of $9 billion in the fourth quarter.

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"hathaway" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Tiller and so parenting an apocalypse it's it's not the same way that. You know how it works any views, usually two to four minutes long but sometimes, they can be a little longer only when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Anne Hathaway is the grand high witch and the witches what attracted her to the witches and also working with director. Robert Zemeckis sh- drew me to the project was getting the call Robert Zemeckis wants to work with you and I said great and then. You know the details I said, Oh yes. That too, and then it just got better because it was this beloved a book in this incredible part and. So. I've just felt so lucky that he was my director on this because it's it's a scary thing to kind of swing. Big is as I did on this one But because I knew it was Bob and I just looked at his track record with his films but also his track record with Charac with actors stepping outside of their comfort zones in playing characters in this really free way I just felt I just felt very excited and I wanted to show every day and be worthy of his film. How much input did you have in creating this magical character? Every department on this movie was they were working at the absolute top of their game and I'm. You know. It was such a collaboration. We really inspired each other I'm just I was just so happy I mean it just it just worked at the guys say that you know it's it's I'm not going to based on my own reaction because of course, I'm always GonNa Lake I'm not going to have the fun reaction. The Fun reaction is your reaction. The Fun reaction is watching other people react to her and just just like seeing people go with this absolute Weirdo is has been a real real for me. Elaborate set it was so beautiful to Really feel yourself and your performance in the space you know to know that the ballroom, for example, going to be so massive that it felt like I could make my performance big enough to match it. But then I gotta say it was unreal lesson from even after however many years have been doing this. You know Joanna Johnson did the costumes and in person they were absolutely beautiful. But then I happened to see shot of of all of the witches and I saw the way the fabrics came alive on camera and I realized there's just a whole `nother level of filmmaking that I haven't figured out yet her paid attention to, which is not how things look. In person, but then how the film finds them, How the light finds them, how they translate, and it was the most gorgeous Lee woven tapestry visual tapestry that she had created with Bob and I was truly truly floored by it. Same thing with sets. So I mean it was just a high was just it was such a rich project. I loved every minute working with Octavia Spencer and reuniting with her devil wears product co-star, Stanley Tucci Love Stanley. So Octavia. one of those axes for me. You're like, oh please just let her be as good as in person as I as I think she is and he was even better. She was such a joy and we had a laugh. She's just so inspiring like just the way she just gets things done. She was telling me about other projects she had kind of on the back burner and and it just all senate's tastic and just an and I love her performance I love how how grounded it is and I think that that kind of. made the film play well off of each other both realms and then Stanley Stanley did gave me such a gift on this one because coming in knowing I the way the performance had of come together for me and knowing that was going to be taking his big swing right off the bat. I did my first at rehearsal and I stepped on my mark and I said my first line in in the accident as the character with the voice and Stanley just broke into giggles and that the end you knowing Stanley from Devil's Prada I knew that was a really good sign because he only lasts. Something's really funny. The, which is now on HBO. Max For bite this is Tony Talada..

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"hathaway" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Rebel Wilson Anne Hathaway, the star in the dirty rotten scoundrels gender, flip as con artists squaring off to prove their skills Hathaway is no stranger to the gender flip scripts as she also started oceans eight I asked their thoughts on how we've seen several of these remakes on the screen the past few years. Well, I think that everybody's wising up to fact that women. Film's star women. Do good business. And there is very harmful meth out there for very long time that women don't go to see movies, and that people don't go to see movies that star women, and we're just having a moment right now where we're actually letting the MAC speak for itself and Hollywood is a business. I feel so lucky to have come to Hollywood at feel like the exact right time with the just the talking game out driven comedies. I come in and get getting the movie bridesmaids and just brilliant female on some bold. Ashley Dvorkin, Fox News. Goes to ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk hosts you actually know are on t. This is handle on the law. Marginal big league. Vice I tell.

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"hathaway" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Warren buffet is offering employee does something like this every year. He is offering employees of Berkshire Hathaway we've had worn on the show a couple of times. He's fantastic. I'll try to get them next week. He's offering them one million dollars a year for life if they can pick these Sweet Sixteen correctly. And so got me thinking, we should all try to get between now and Wednesday just some quick part time work at I'd lecture Hathaway's on this. Yes. That is. Well, we should all apply. Sweet sixteen. Yeah. Just this week. Six can only be one entry because I can turn out about fifty of those bad boys and get the Sweet Sixteen right? I'm reading straight off of Twitter from Forbes Warren buffet is offering his nearly four hundred thousand employees at Berkshire Hathaway companies a chance to win one million dollars a year for life. The catch you need to pick the correct Sweet Sixteen in the men's NCW basketball tournament Bill. So if I were to do this, I'm employee and I win right? Do I need to stay in -ployed by them. Or like, I just got a million dollars. I can retire. I am not certain. I haven't I'm just reading the headline having clicked on the article. One million life. I I would assume that you have an option to retire there. Right. I would assume that if you get the Sweet Sixteen right? You have the option to retire? I bet he could make your life, and like I can make you disappear. Someone actually did it. This is probably reckless but feel. Warren Buffett saying, I mean, if you wanted somebody disappear Warren Buffett can make someone disappeared we Warren Buffett who still lives in the same house who still eats like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Why do you have them eliminating people? I'm just saying. I mean, let's say yes, he can make you disappear too. And I would assume he's rooting for someone like in the sixties to win right sixty or seventy year old Martin for a win Bill. No. But I know, but if someone wins he doesn't want the up and comer twenty two year old just out of college. So when you think right? Can you put it on the poll can Warren Buffett make you disappear and also is Warren Buffett rooting for anyone to win both of those at lebatardshow on Twitter. You guys have I gave you five words here from Izzy family Cleveland Barkley Knicks marked for.

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"hathaway" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Morgan Freeman one two three. Okay. Someone else who you both co starred with in interstellar. Timothy Charlemagne one two three. On loose that goes together to okay, Channing Tatum. One two three three. He will pick your pocket, but he knows what you want is. I. Thank you very much for. On. I thought since you're in magic Mike you go like this. And I was like oh my God. All right. Let's go to the phones. Nathan from Ohio is on the line with the question for Anne Hathaway what your question Nathan. Hi, andy. Hi, and hi, Matthew. Hey. My question is for an as somebody who has hosted the Oscars. What do you think about the decision to go host list this year? Well, I would like to think that I am an immediate reminder that sometimes it's better to go with no host than. And four something. That's just not working. People gave you too hard of a time. Let that I mean. Yes. And no, yes. And no, I think that it was a really impossible situation. And I think that clearly I was trying to do a good job which didn't deserve the amount of scoring that it got. But I also don't think that I was the right person for the job. Well, I like it that you gave it your all. I did. Yes. We all know, I gave it ever rethink. I hey, do anything. Oh, Randy UN wants to know if you really drive a Lincoln. Absolutely. There's three in both of my driveways. Right. And by the way, we did pay. Attention. You arrived in a link. Yes. I'm speaking of what are you drinking tonight because we're drinking the same thing? We are. We are drinking long branch little this is your bourbon. Right. This is my bourbon that I created with that he wrestled wild Turkey. So I I became creative director while Turkey. I went to Eddie Russell. And I said I've always wanted to create my own bourbon. Right. Here's what I like we'd steeped into mosquito for two years. He sent me pint and finally the eighth pint really, that's it you tell tell the difference absolute zeroed in and this is my favorite bourbon on plant right here. It's it's really what do you think? It's really nice. I just had some. I'm just so happy that you weren't like, you know, it was the first one right on it is I mean, it's not hard work to try bourbons. Right. You have to wait for the right time. You get them on Tuesday. Three PM not enough Friday night. Right. Right. Carly from Minnesota wants to know. And did you have a favorite outfit that you wore during devil wears Prada? Oh, so many so many gosh, I loved that green coat with the the leopard collar in the in the montage kind of Andy's makeover montage. And I also just loved that that what I wear the final one in Paris. And I didn't it was on recently in. Yeah. I watched it. And so, and I didn't notice it until that time that the neckline of my outfit and Meryl's outfit was exactly the same. And Patricia fields just used as such genius. Which is this like subtle thing that you put in not show. Andy was becoming. Yes. That was really cool. Let's go to jetty from Michigan. I recently rewatch that to actually Jenny Witcher question for Matthew, mcconaughey. Andy Reid is great..

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"hathaway" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Hathaway wants to off. Her husband is this the thriller that everybody says it is trying to be and boy is it really trying to. I mean, it's trying to be a Hitchcock thriller. But it's really the first hour of is just as drug guy. You stumbling around this tropical island going out and trying to catch a fish until his ex wife comes in. It's like, yeah. Knock off my husband. They kinda overdue trying to make it so impactful and intense, and they like double down on the soundtrack every minute or two and did that it almost gets ludicrous. It's not a really good thriller is kind of boring, but about an hour in there something else that happens, which I can't even tell you because it would spoil stuff, but it changes a lot of things that have makes the movie not better. But more interesting, and it kind of got me through. I wanna see how it was all going to resolve it, it it gets an A for effort, you know, on the actors go good job. But it doesn't get any for anything. Else it it really does kind of stumble around not knowing exactly how to formulate things. I it does have great. You know, kind of like a nice turn. It spends too much screen time explaining what just happened. Wow. I mean, you've got some powerful actors in this thing and the supporting cast is big you'd think this would be a blockbuster. But it's it's sounds to me like there's going to be pretty middling movie. Yeah. It's it's not it's it's something that is Embiid and has a nice idea, but never quite a coalesced into a decent movie. It's gonna have stiff competition from STAN and Ollie..

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"hathaway" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Another character who wasn't all meaningless. But Jason Clark's character. Who's the, you know, the heavy in this movie? And I don't think Jason Clark was was bad. But they make his character soul over the top. That was like Jesus, man. Even Satan is not this evil. Well, that's that's that's the that's the thing. Man. I mean before all these twists happen. It's not that great. Anyway, all the said all these characters are flat. I as I was mentioning you know, when we were talking about this. Matthew my excuse me. Matthew mcconnahey is kinda like the drunk with the dark secret. But has a soul dark secret will reveal why he is like he is we talked about Anne Hathaway Anne Hathaway straight out a Bill more detective novel. You know? Zima SU he none. But the the inspiration of black side kick, right? That negro he's just a to Wang's away from being the magical, mystical negro. He's just short of saying Mr. Kearney's both going to help you boss. He's his conscience. He's yeah. He's black Jimmy cricket. And even he. And even has a big back store that they that they build up and he's highly in the movie like they go through his family tree and shit. All the whole my granddaughter needs money for the next semester. Okay. I'm Kelly that granddaughter ain't got shit to do this movie. When it's all said and done all this shit. They talking about ain't got nothing to do with anything. It's funny. How things can be destroyed by one simple turn in a movie. And as I was saying before the twisties characters were not that great in the one. I thought was the worst was Jason Clark. Jason Clark plays and Hathaway's a husband, and that's cool. Okay. You know, but they they tried to hard to make us not liking to make us hate him. Every single thing he says every not not some of it every single word. It comes out of his mouth paints him as the most despicable asshole. You could ever meet in your life. He everything God, man. You know? Yeah. He'd really show him giving a homeless person a dollar. We give some substance to this do I mean he had to do that. But just say something. I was gonna say something nice. But just not mean to somebody. Yeah. This. This is just the slimy. Shitty person. He beats his wife he beats his step kid. He launched his money his money. He rolls. He rose over everybody when he's carrying a gun. Asshole. My wife my beautiful wife. She ranged this trip. She sat up on the internet night after night typing away to find the perfect boat. That's not make this trip because she wants it to be perfect perfect for me. Myself. I'd say son of talk at same as any other not fly to some of the Ryland. But I don't got time..

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"hathaway" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hathaway" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"I'm a Berkshire Hathaway stockholder, and they are a member of the Berkshire Hathaway families. So I get that discount. We'll so what are some of the biggest contracts that you think that like your normal persons? You're listening to the show hem reviewed your finances in couple of months, what are some of these ones that you probably think standout as a checklist to kind of go after cell phone, cable and internet insurance. I think people know they're fixed costs each year. You can negotiate rent negotiate any of these things it doesn't hurt to ask. And you should just give it a shot when the worst that they can say, no, they're not gonna shoot you think about rent most, people don't even consider the fact that they're gonna go she rent, and if you're renting from private individual, and you wanna say, and maybe people do know because this is. The bigger pockets money podcast. Like, they don't turnover is a big pain. And so if someone says, oh, can I get a break on the rent if I sign a two year lease three year lease maybe three years is a little too long. But like, maybe they can knock a little off the red. You can say, oh, I can pay this way or that way. Or sooner faster? You can always they're different levers that if you have a little bit of creativity. You can try to find an it never hurts to ask. Is there anything I could do to make the she related with the insurance agent, which I didn't even think about. Yeah. Love it Switzer next. What's your next tip after that? So what had happened was? I heard all these things about like the lot factor in Brown. Bagging your lunch, and it sounded those are all great ways to save money. But they don't get the fact like it doesn't make your life too much easier. And so the thought that I had and this is what actually did was I call it.

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