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Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on Wendy Bell

Wendy Bell

01:18 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on Wendy Bell

"For the first time since last season's Steelers left tackle L. Villanueva spoke publicly, and he talked about why he chose to break with his tea Bates on placing a name on the back of the helmets. Villanueva said he replaced Antoine Rose Junior's name with that about when cash so he could push the Army hero's Medal of Honor candidacy. Delta Waves said his decision was strictly with regard to cash that had nothing to do with Rose guard David Castro told us this has not been easy for his friend. I think it's tough when you're throwing in the spotlight in the little conversation that we are nowadays and you know me personally, I'm kind of the one who's just try to tell him, you know, it's just just just worry about all that was on football is use easy for me to do. You know, I don't have the background he does. People that know the veteran of veterans side that he has to deal with making those those tough decisions and whatnot. So me I just like it was pretty easy for me, and I know it's tough for him. Steelers spokesman confirms there will be talks this week between the team of the State Department of Health regarding a limited number of fans at Heinz Field pattern. Doozy said he remains hopeful that it could have some fans players parents, perhaps for Saturday's game against NC state. Paris will be the number one thing I think is, you know I'd be fined for number one is the repairs, But there's a there's a change for anything. Who knows. I mean, the governor's going to make that decision. That's not for me or Heather like or the chancellor. It's That's for the government to make that decision to make sure we're all safe. Great Monday night. Bad ship in the.

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Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on Wendy Bell

Wendy Bell

00:33 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on Wendy Bell

"Not long after Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi said he was hopeful of players parents getting a chance to be at Heinz Field for this Saturday's game against NC state. The Steelers confirmed that they will be talking with the Department of Health about allowing some fans for their games going forward, a team spokesman said. That discussion will take place sometime this week. The Steelers are off to their best three games start since 2010 when they were also three. You know, buy back her, Vince Williams said. Everyone is contributing. The arms, which you obviously never want to start the season without getting any wins. But then you can't get over confident when you started season and you started to have success. Tackle.

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Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Also. You got the steelers. Blew out the giants. Okay. Then got drew lock out. Of the way or Drouot got hurt not saying that they purposely injured him but they. Played a team that lost their quarterback in the middle of the game. got. In there in Heinz Field One, that one and then needed to. Get things done against Houston but the bottom line is the steelers at three zero currently have zero wins. Against a team that had any more than zero wins. They've got to beat a team that's gotten a win this year right as we're sitting. That's another three zero team also. The blew out Atlanta and then one wild affairs in home against New England and Dallas they've given up let me get this eighty six points in three games and there's still three and all. The packers blew out both Minnesota and the lions. But. Did battle it out in new. Orleans. And then you've got. Currently. Other than the packers, the only other three and team right now in the NFL. In the NFC. The. Bears. Let's talk about luck. Since at least nineteen forty. The bears are now three and one, forty four when trailing by sixteen or more points entering the fourth quarter. Two of those wins have come this year. NFL teams are now sitting for six, hundred, forty six since the start of twenty ten when entering the fourth quarter trailing by sixteen or more those points. The bears account this year for a third of those wins. Talk about. Lucky. Wow. You are what you are. You're three now going into week four. All of that stuff does not matter you are what you are. And the Ravens might come out and just. Put a smackdown on the Kansas City chiefs right. Put a smackdown on the Houston. Texans after they smackdown the Cleveland browns and they are easily best looking team in the AFC. Same Record is the bears. Same records the titans. It does not matter. You, are what you are. I would take even infant symbol amount of that luck and apply to the jets right now if I could. Just a little little piece just. Just a little bit in that luck might be. Okay our number three. Your phone calls Chris Brockman I want to know what's going on with Chris Carson I want to know is, is there any Taylor Lewan News? He got carted off yesterday? We'll break I'm concerned about my friend. Michael Irvin will join us in our number three. It'll be fun to talk with him. Your phone calls at eight, four, four, two, zero, four, rich. As well, we'll look forward to that Monday night game. Big Bag leaves. Brian Greasy. So Louis riddick Monday night football a gem of a week three finale between the last two. MVP's this league. Lamar Jackson. And Patrick Mahomes our three coming up right here on the rich Eisen show very exotic. Very. Very exciting. What's our question results? They currently stand Christopher Yeah. which winless team is still not out of it Eagles Falcons Texans Vikings Texans forty six percent. Eagles twenty, five percent. I thought it would be that way. Texans looked better than they have all year long. But.

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Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News

The KDKA Radio Morning News

01:09 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News

"Today he'll feature taxes and Supreme Court those air two key issues facing you, the voter here coming up for the November general election. And Arthur Moz is our special guest host today. Thank you for joining us, Arthur. You know down me. I understand that all Larry's level with the fact that I get to be in here with you. They got to count for something, baby. Well, you know, it does account for something that's for sure. I'm again and I can't introduce you the way Larry would you know, saying some superstar out of James Madison and you know linebacker number 50. If I can't be the voice of Heinz Field right now, I know but Everybody knows who you are, Arthur Moats, But now you've you've played with the Steelers. You played with the bills in Arizona's well, you're from North Carolina. So you've you've been around, but you chose to make Pittsburgh you're home. I mean, you could have stayed up in Buffalo. You could've went back to Buffalo and live by the lake for You know that one week of summer? They have up there, but they could have stayed in the heat in Arizona, but you chose western Pennsylvania. Why? Well, you know, And I was gonna say that being too is I'm originally from Virginia. I don't know. Yeah, they owe you when it is all good when it comes to the whole like today. I don't know who did this. It was all my rookie year. They've put always from like, have blood. North Carolina. It has stuck ever since. You know, he never even been there. But I was like I've never heard of this place but is like stamp this lot. Did I look like I said, I don't know who put it up to you. But He's been there for going on 10 11 years now. Yeah, I was wondering how you got the James Madison from there like it doesn't make sense. But I'm whom I mean. They're scouts. There's people who do their jobs. So you know, I'm going to let them do their job. But, yeah, it's funny how things stick with you. But you know what if hey, Vlach or have locked North Carolina wants to throw a parade and have their native Arthur boat shall enjoy the parade. Go ahead. What the hell right open like a true native. That's great for me. The biggest reason why I decided to stay in Pittsburgh. It just felt like home for me being from Virginia Virginia Beach area, right by the coast. Going to JMU. Both of those areas are where four would drop from Pittsburgh. Jim you seven hours to my hometown in the 757 area in Virginia. Within the same time, I say, Minister through our drive the Buffalo, my wife from California, So we have the major airport here so we could fly back and forth in my opinion, and I just thought that from a location wise location and when it was perfect But then also when you look at it, just with Pittsburgh has the offer. From a cultural standpoint, people talk about Pittsburgh is a football town sports talent, and without a doubt it is. But if you only think Pittsburgh is a sports town, you're doing the city a disservice between the culture, the cultural stuff going on downtown man the different theaters with this the bin in him. Where we talked behind. So I mean, there's just so much and then for me being the foodie that I am the restaurant's man where there's fast R rest arise, whether it's a mom and pop shops. I mean, you can't you can't be here, man. You get all aspects of life made you feel like you're in a bigger city at the same time you feel like you're in the south, and it's kind of slow down a little bit. Just a win win for me. Yeah, absolutely. I agree with you, 100%. It's just a great place to raise a family. You have a young family as well. And you're right about the food to the food is really coming on here. We always had the cool mom and pop places. But now the high end places air catching up here, Buffalo I've been there is a little more dreary. The weather is a little different people. We're just his nice And they have some pretty good food to they have the beef on Weck that I like in the wings, but I felt before that time man. Buffalo is very similar to Pittsburgh. Its arms of The people there in terms of the thought of how the city should be. I think the biggest thing is once the still industry fell through. Pittsburgh came back to revitalize with, like the technology of hospitals and stuff like that were his Buffalo Never found that rebound. You know, it still looks like it's getting the steel industry man When you grow up in the area stuff like exactly, and you know what they look to Pittsburgh as a success story. They're trying to remodel their city based on us, So yeah, we're cutting edge here. And somebody else who's from our area now from New Eagle, A Ringgold school district. Joe Montana made big news over the weekend. Did you see this story? I mean, you're a family man. You have small kids. Could you imagine this? He's 64 years old, the Hall of Famer. Was watching his grandson Grandkid, nine months old, and somebody came in and tried to steal it. Done really well and the fact they said it was a lady to try to still a bit and they're essentially trying to negotiate with the lady. Give the Grand baby back the the Grand mom rustles the baby away. I say may at all places like how bad is your luck? If you break into the house of Joe, my tenant like right, she got it. She got snuck into the house through an unlocked door. And the baby was upstairs. Where? Montana, his wife, where he was in, like a little play pen sleeping and this lady came up, took the baby and tried to walk out. You imagine that? I mean, this happened in Malibu, California did not happen in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. But it happened in Malibu Malibu like this high end place. Nice. Oh, my goodness. I mean, how scary as a father. I mean, what would your reaction? Just me? I think it would be stunned the first, right. Well, I don't know which one I will be more shocked by the person just randomly in my house or the person randomly in my household. My grand baby late. What are we doing here? You know, either way, you're in the wrong either way. This isn't gonna end well for for you. So, Yeah, you have, but luckily we had everything in it were Nobody is getting hurt. They ended up arresting the intruder and man, It's just one of those stories that we're able to sit here and talk about a lightly but this could've totally took a turn for the worst. In so many different ways. Yeah, they could have been. It could have been very, very ugly. Thankfully everybody is okay. And the police are ah, there talking to that lady. Not now, so we don't know where to put it. You have a nice cover. She's gonna have a nice conversation with a lawyer and a judge and the police and everybody else, But, yeah, we're not making a baby. You know You're good. She gets a free phone. Call me interesting. Yeah, we're not making light of it, but it were glad it turned out. Well, that's for sure. That's for sure. All right. Ah, Arthur. Moz is our special guest host over the rest of the day. And we were the rest of the morning and we will talk about his book. You should buy it right now. Theory of life. A guide to becoming a person of impact and inspiration. And you were an impact player. And you are an inspiration. You could tell by the the kind voice that you hear on the radio with Arthur Moats were happy to have him all morning. Triple A traffic.

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Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:47 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heinz" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News

"And we bring in our special guest this morning. Our special guest host and I apologise, sir. I cannot be the voice of Heinz Field and announce you properly from James Madison University number 55. Arthur Moats joining us I like the energy, though native of North Carolina Oh, boy, How you doing today? Good. Hey, I'm doing well, You know, It's a beautiful day out here, celebrating the never steal his victory. So you know the weakest set off on a perfect trajectory right now. Absolutely, coach, Tomlin said last night we didn't blink in the Steelers stayed perfect, Big Ben. Was what? Three for eight for 30 yards early on in the game, And then things really turned around, knocked off the rust a bit Steelers defense sort of regrouped and really took it to the Houston Texans..

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Struggling Kraft Heinz sells dairy brands to Lactalis

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:23 sec | Last week

Struggling Kraft Heinz sells dairy brands to Lactalis

"Of its cheese business. The company will sell its US natural cheese business in a mix of other cheese brands to a French company for $3.2 billion The maker of Heinz Ketchup and Oscar Mayer deli Meat, says the sale is part of its plan to simplify its business and focus on brands that have the best potential to resonate with contemporary consumers. American Eagle Outfitters

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"heinz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | Last week

"heinz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Heinz, This is WCBS news radio 8 80. It's seven. Hurricane Sally takes aim with nine million people in its path. Everything is scary right now. A historic settlement over a police involved shooting payment to be on the state of $12 million. New Mideast Today, signing sets history on a new course. This is the CBS World News Round up late edition on that Piper in New York. It's moving at an extremely slow two MPH because of that, forecasters now predict Hurricane Sally to make landfall early tomorrow near the Alabama Mississippi State line. Ken Graham is with the National Hurricane Center storm surge around 3 to 5 FT. Around the Mississippi Alabama border, Dolphin Island, 4 to 6 even Mobile Bay, 4 to 6 Ft. Of Storm surge. CBS's Skylar Henry from Biloxi, Mississippi. Heavy rains flooded roadways and kicked up waves in the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Sally. Crawled closer to the region at two MPH. If you under evacuation orders, you know police, he that you know those orders. Forecasters say the biggest threat from the slow moving storm could be an immense amount of rain that may trigger life threatening flooding from Florida to Mississippi. Five million acres scorched so far in several Western states. The smoke reaching as far away as New York City, so much ash so much smoke it. It's sad. She lives near the Bobcat Fire raging in Southern California..

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Kraft Heinz Plans $2 Billion in Cost Cuts

WBBM Late Morning News

00:25 sec | Last week

Kraft Heinz Plans $2 Billion in Cost Cuts

"In cost over five years, returning to the strategy that drove its transformation in that merger five years ago, craft had struggled to grow sales before the pandemic. But lockdowns reignited consumer demand for comfort staples like Mac and cheese and Oscar Mayer lunch meats. Shares of craft hides are up half a percent. Many Homebuyers are speeding up their plans to move to the suburbs. Amid the pandemic. They're looking for single

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A Modest Gentleman Who Changed Houston Skylines Forever-Gerald D. Hines’ Death at Age 95

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:19 sec | Last month

A Modest Gentleman Who Changed Houston Skylines Forever-Gerald D. Hines’ Death at Age 95

"Heinz has died at the age of 95. Hines was the mastermind behind several local landmarks, including one Shell Plaza, the Galleria, Pennzoil Place, Bank of America Plaza, Jpmorganchase Tower and Williams Tower. Water wall on post Oak is named after Heinz, along with the College of Architecture at the University of Houston. HB expanding store

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"heinz" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

08:13 min | Last month

"heinz" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Bowl in two thousand and five and went first overall. But beyond that I, you know I knew that he got injured in two thousand and eighteen and I knew that it was gruesome but did you know that that? Injury happened. Okay. The the most one of the most gruesome leg injuries in the history of the NFL. It was the same injury that thighs Manhattan and it was thirty three years to the day that thighs men had that injury and thighs men was there. He was in the stands watching the game why it's just crazy to me the two of the most. Just horrific leg injuries in the history of the League happened on the same day thirty, three years apart by two guys that were on the same football team and they were both in the stadium at the time when the second one happened. So that was bizarre. Just like you said, I mean thighs men that ended his career mainly because he was old and he was playing poorly going into that I. think he tried to return the next year and he waved off the team. He had one surgery. You just said it right there. Alex Smith had seventeen surgeries. It wasn't the leg break that makes his. So amazing it's that he had. An infection that turned into. A smooth skin eating bacteria that they had to remove. So much of his leg that I I wouldn't. I mean project eleven I think is reoccurring tonight at eight o'clock or seven o'clock on ESPN and. Look. If you are SORTA queasy about that kind of stuff, not recommend watching that documentary it is as graphic as I've ever seen I've never actually seen a leg like that they took his leg all the way back to the studs because when there's an infection like that, they have to just keep removing the tissue and then they remove all the tissue and then he's got these holes in his leg and then it's still black. So they have to start removing his muscle. So then he's just down to the absolute bone and the plate that they put in his leg to to help his fibula. Tibia he'll, and then they have to start grafting skin and muscle from other parts of his body to to heal that and it's just. You. See this halo on his leg. It is. It is also bad to think that he could ever walk again. I mean, like you said, he almost lost his life they went in they went from leg saving surgery to. Life. Saving surgery because the infection was just they couldn't stop it and just the idea that he would be back out. There is incredible I know that there's you know they have a couple other quarterbacks. I believe they got Alan from from the panthers who's a Rivera guy and they got Haskins. So it's not like he's just going to. Be Back on the field guaranteed but I just can't even believe that he's going to go out there and he's competing still it's it's just an incredible story. Well. A lot of incredible stories going on right now with the way that the NFL is having to endure the pandemic and get ready for a season and learn from the MLB mistakes. I mean. The cardinals of only played eight games. the Marlins played what like twelve games or something like that, and or thirteen, or something and I don't know how they're going to hit them all in I. Think the NFL has done a pretty good job to this point while they've been in their own bubbles. Mike hasn't been huge numbers and a lot of those people have had mild cases and been able to return to play after ten days of. Being Clear Going forward. This may bode well to pull the season off, but they'll they're going to have the same problems. The pirates did not play as many games as we thought, they were GonNa this week and because player from the reds tested positive that means no Bucko baseball this past weekend will the same thing be happening in the NFL this year. And if it does, you don't have the opportunity, you can't play doubleheaders and football and you just don't have the time to make up for it. The contact starts today in Pittsburgh among other places and I guess that's a another significant. Bridge to cross right because. What a doctor foul she tell Peter King I? Think was way back in April that you know. The playing football listed is the perfect vehicle to transmit the virus. So hopefully, they keep a lid on not having anybody who's got it being out there and they can get by, but I'm actually cards by baseball. I know there's issues and some of these teams are having goofy seasons and they're gonNA have to. Cram it in any way they can probably play too many games in too short a period of time but it. You know it's it's preceding lot of teams are playing The cardboard cutouts are on TV and they're doing what they can atmosphere wise and. I saw phillies game. Last Thursday, Ben Franklin was in the second row. I thought man, what are you going to do to get the first road philly it's a tough ticket. Become President. Franklin. Okay. You could sit in the second row. Today I roll. Right. Let's take a break. We'll come back more on the steelers hitting the pads tomorrow and A. Today okay, and uneven weekend for the buckeyes that's next to help you take on the day. Sports. Might pursue has your sports right now on TV morning show what's going on Mike. Sports is brought to you by dormont appliance. The steelers scheduled to put the pads on today and begin playing some actual football at Heinz field as a training camp takes another significant step toward getting everybody ready for the opening of an NFL season in September, one of the things that's been. A lot locally and nationally in regard to how teams are going to survive all these changes and unprecedented developments as they prepare is the continuity is perceived to be a really big deal. If you've got pretty much the same coaching staff got the same quarterback. So you've got a lot of familiar faces, familiar places you are perceived to have a significant edge. The steelers might be one of those teams take. The offensive line, for example, a couple of changes this season, there's going to be a new right tackle and there's GonNa be a new left guard because the old right tackle is now playing left guard but a lot of guys who've played a lot of football together in steelers helmets upfront, and hopefully according to head coach Mike Tomlin enough shared experiences to be able to quickly adjust to the unforeseen everybody knows it's coming. You know. Particularly, in this environment, I think continuity is an asset. You know an office of line It probably gives you an advantage in terms of some of the unforeseen things that you see in stadiums at the early portions of the season it you don't have a lot of video evidence of that shared past experience and those guys have a has a tendency to be an asset to him no Dow but we also want to transition they're looking exclusively Matt filer left art He's also been. A part of this, but he's been plant right tackle and on to right tackle Geyser Bureau of have gotten opportunities in the recent past tiny report eligible and such where we we're hoping that that play an experience in in particularly that share clan experience is an asset to a group and some and some unique times and stepping t seventy, two regular-season stadium without any video evidence of personalities or matic's of opponents. is up.

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Florida man accused of using coronavirus relief funds to buy Lamborghini

TIME's Top Stories

02:33 min | 2 months ago

Florida man accused of using coronavirus relief funds to buy Lamborghini

"Florida man receives three point nine million dollars in Covid nineteen relief funds Biza Lamborghini and gets arrested for fraud by just SI- abates a Florida man has been charged with fraud and other criminal offenses after receiving three point nine million dollars in covid. Nineteen relief funds and using the money to purchase among other things a Lamborghini. David T hines twenty nine was arrested on Friday and charged on Monday according to a statement by the Department of Justice over three million dollars has been seized from his bank accounts along with the sports vehicle. Authorities allege that hinds fraudulently applied for about thirteen point five million dollars in paycheck protection program P. P P loans for a few companies P P P part of the corona virus aid relief and Economic Security Act was enacted on March twenty ninth to provide small businesses with forgivable loans. Any money given to accompany on behalf of the program is supposed to be used for rent or mortgage costs, employee, salaries and utilities. According to the DOJ statement, Heinz lied on the loan applications and made inaccurate statements about the expenses of the companies including the amount paid to employees. Those purported employees either did not exist or earned a fraction of what hines claimed his P. P P applications. US Postal Inspector Brian McMillan says in an affidavit, according to the Miami Herald collectively hines falsely claimed his companies paid millions of dollars in payroll in the first quarter of twenty twenty state and bank records however show little to no payroll expense during this period. Hines was approved for funding and received three point nine million dollars just a few days after getting the money, he bought the Lamborghini for three hundred eighteen thousand dollars. He is also alleged to have purchased luxury items from stores and resorts. In the past few weeks. Florida has become one of the hot spots for US Covid, nineteen cases and recently passed New York for having the second most confirmed cases in the country behind California. Hines was in federal custody over the weekend released on bond on Monday and is scheduled to be arraigned on October

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Giant robots on display at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Giant robots on display at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

"Well, remember that guy That's the robot from the old TV show lost in space robots have invaded Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport. They're on display in Terminal four, and the airport's museum gallery, the product of NAM June Peck, the father of video art was the first artist to ever use the television as an art medium back in the 19 sixties, so he took something that was in every middle class families living room and turned it into a new art medium of the world had never seen before that Sky Harbor art specialist Haley Heinz, who says there are 63 TVs on three giant robots. And highlight sports pop culture and desert images. The display is open from six AM to nine PM

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Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark

Business Wars Daily

04:48 min | 2 months ago

Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark

"The weirdest baseball season in history started last night. The Twenty Twenty Major League baseball season debuted with a clash between the Washington nationals in the New York Yankees, nationals park in the country's capital was packed with. Virtual fans, that's right, the fans you may have seen on TV. Were just images manufactured for the cameras by Fox Sports? In reality, the teams play to an empty stadium because of covid nineteen. This season teams will play only sixty games down from the typical one hundred sixty two right now. There's no intention to have many live fans at any of them just TV cameras. We won't get into the debate about why Fox decided to manifest virtual fans complete with recorded sounds of cheering applause, and the like the TV audience know. Today, we're interested in one of those things that like baseball. Itself has always seemed timeless the stadium hotdog. Too, many of us me included a hot dog goes with the baseball game. The way hot fudge goes with vanilla ice cream. They just belong together, but not this year. Needless to say virtual fans don't order francs with mustard and onions, nor do they reach out and snack a beer from a wandering vendor that's leaving entire industry, high and dry stadium vendors are out of work. That's giving Ballpark Franks the nation's number one. One brand of hot dogs and opportunity to look philanthropic, while also promoting their dogs to fans, watching Games on the small screen on Wednesday, which not coincidentally was national hotdog, day Ballpark Franks and it is donating one hundred thousand dollars to unemployed stadium vendors through a baseball charity in campaign. They're calling frank it forward. They're also asking fans to tweet their favorite baseball memories along with the Frank. It forward Hashtag of course. For every tweet that fans post ballpark will donate an extra dollar up to fifty thousand dollars within a day. Fans had begun complying. Some tweets were clearly planted by Tyson foods. ballpark Franks owner to get the Frankfurt Frenzy on fast forward, but some were genuinely sweet like a tweet from Ban Molly, Heidrick, she finally recalled attending the thousand fifteen world series game with her dad, telling her for the entire five hours that she would be Zombie the next day at school. She said she almost caught a foul ball and yes, she couldn't stay awake in math class. Her HASHTAG, no regrets. The promotion gives a sheen of sweetness and philanthropy to the ballpark francs, which happens to be America's biggest seller of the process. Meet parent. Tyson foods of course is struggling with its image these days between having covert outbreaks at many of its meat, processing plants, and being under investigation by the Justice, Department for alleged poultry price-fixing, but on a summer night. We need to dwell on the bigger picture. Maybe. What's worth spending time on? Is The marketing rivalry between BALLPARK Franks in America's second largest brand Oscar Mayer that brand owned by Kraft, was revived three years ago when its parent put ten million dollars into removing chemicals like nitrates nitrites from its dogs, the attempt to cater to the clean eating tastes of millennials. It helped nowadays craft hines has been doing well selling its enormous variety of grocery store staples to our newly stay at home nation, but how will it compete at the? No, Fan Ballpark. Hopefully not with a repeat of its attempt from twenty nineteen, a hotdog ice cream sandwich. It was made with. Get this candied hotdog, bits, hotdogs, sweet, cream, spicy, dijon, Gelato, and a cookie Bun, according to writer Michael Clare and a Major League baseball publication called cut four last August. Clare's take on what was clearly a desperate attempt to get the upper hand in the Weiner wars. This hot dog mustard ice cream. Monstrosity needs to return to whatever hell it came from. So. Far Oscar Mayer hasn't made any announcements that one this year may be given covid nineteen craft hines got a little more sensitive about the queasiness factor when it comes to the economics of the Frankfurter fight between Tyson and craft Heinz. The ballpark matters in two thousand sixteen Americans spent twenty million dollars buying hotdogs at ball games, so says the national hot dog and Sausage Council. Council apparently, that's the last time they gathered this debt. So the biggest question this year will be. Will fans watching at home still by hotdogs, or will they just eat? Whatever happens to be for? Dinner served on a real plate, not in a little cardboard dog holding. If that happens, the frank forward campaign is unlikely to give much of an advantage to Ballpark, Franks and hopefully. WHO's out of work? hotdog vendors have already found a way to turn their talents to something more lucrative. And perhaps less greasy.

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Boston - Patriots’ Cam Newton Signing Made Official

The Adam Carolla Show

02:24 min | 2 months ago

Boston - Patriots’ Cam Newton Signing Made Official

"Dea think that Cam Newton on the New England patriots when everybody for the last few months or so have simultaneously thrown dirt on the Patriots and elevated the Buffalo Bills. Do you think the. You have to bet right now. Bad Online. We'll hear about them in just a second go on Ben Online. Who Are you picking in the AFC right now? Well. Let's really break down the Patriots you know we're talking about. What's going to happen now that Brady's gone? How many! Hall of Famer Potential Hall of Famer and Hall of famers and Pro Bowlers. Have left the Patriots in the last two decades. Many men meant. Yes, that's all they do. All they do is turn over personnel or for the Sidebar to that is guys. Get thrown money by other by the other thirty one teams. I'll go hill. Replicate what he did in new, England is like no, no, there's some weird Voodoo that goes on up in Foxborough. That does not translate down the Tennessee or Texas or wherever else you're talking about right, so we're not talk. You know we're not talking about. What are the dolphins going to do without Dan Marino. Because they've changed show so much personnel on the offensive and defensive side of the ball over the last twenty years that if there's any team that is poised to turn over one guy now, he's the quarterback. Obviously, that's a super important job, but if anyone has proven that, they can swap one guy out for another guy, it's the Patriots. Of Foreign. Any other organization. And proof of that for any of the cynics out there, they're ignoring I know. It was a limited sample size, but Jimmy G. One every game he ever played Jacoby perset was was good as well when he had the takeover for Brady. Yeah, it's a and you know for what it's worth. Three BLEDSOE came in way back when at the start of the Millennium and beat the steelers in in Heinz field when Brady got hurt, so there's plenty of track record that you're going to be able to plug qb in there and succeed. It is interesting though that given the way Brady plays versus the way that same position and everything else. Else but wildly different way, but people say well how how CAM GONNA fit into that New England system. Have you watched the Patriots play? They don't do the same thing weekend week out. They always change it. They're obviously GONNA change what they do to accommodate number one now.

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Arizona and other states battle record numbers of cases

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Arizona and other states battle record numbers of cases

"States continue to struggle with ever growing corona virus cases and hospitalizations Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases in not only coronavirus cases but also hospitalizations and deaths Dr Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center you're supposed to be professional and have a kind of respectful emotional distance but it's hard not to be a little bit heartbroken yourself you have to call and tell the family that you know your mom's not with with us anymore by the end of the week there were more than three thousand corporate nineteen patients in Arizona hospitals pushing intensive care unit capacity to an all time high of ninety one percent Florida reported a record number of cases more than ten thousand on Thursday followed by some ninety five hundred Friday I divert water

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"heinz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Hello and welcome to food neighborhoods, Son monocle twenty four I articles hate. During the epidemic we continue the show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself suspending Simon's home. We do follow suit. Stay beat more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear from Heinz Beck. Who Run subur-, Lapeer Gula restaurant in Rome. Hello my name is Hans Spec I'm here to give you an very easy. Italian recipe of automaker, beautiful pasta with fish. What do you need for this recipe? Very simple, a little bit of Sakina, red, bell peppers whitefish and little bit of white wine, and of course beautiful Spaghetti Pasta. would. We have to do is cooking the bell peppers indio. Sprinkling before a little bit with exclusive, Ching olive oil cooking till the skin is not becoming talk, remove the skin and you're cutting the. Purpose in long slices the same you're doing with the to Keeney, only the green powder, so it would give a beautiful calling into your past the red and the green, the white like the Talian flack. Before you have to prepare a little bit of officials, stock this you're doing gleaning in the fish, and with the bones with a little bit of which tables Carrot Celery, a little bit of on that little bit of tomato. You make a small little fish stock. And then you are cooking. You'll pasta the pasta your cooking. Boiling salt water slightly salted water in the meantime. You're cutting the fish fillet in. Long slices as well. You season at the little bit of Salt, a little bit of oil. You heat up the pen and you put this fish into the pan without aiding up the oil because oil with around the fish is enough salty for few seconds, and then you will not have additional burning oil in the pan. Eight of the wet you tables then two minutes before the end of the cooking time you will remove for the speedy from the water, the salt water you put in the Pan adding a little bit of the fish stock and cooking, the rest of cooking time together with the pastor, so the together with the fish richer tables, so the pasta will a. Soap all the flavors, the end, a little bit of personally the chauffeur, white wine and little bit of olive oil. Long. Thanks to high inspect for this week's recipe and for more from the hospitality sector. Stay Tutu Monocle, twenty four. You can also subscribe to our magazine and sign up to our email newsletter the monocle minutes. IT'S TO MONACO DOT COM for more INFO. Marcos Hippie, thanks for listening and by now..

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Heinz Beck

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:51 min | 3 months ago

Heinz Beck

"And welcome to food neighborhoods, Son monocle twenty four I articles hate. During the epidemic we continue the show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself suspending Simon's home. We do follow suit. Stay beat more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear from Heinz Beck. Who Run subur-, Lapeer Gula restaurant in Rome. Hello my name is Hans Spec I'm here to give you an very easy. Italian recipe of automaker, beautiful pasta with fish. What do you need for this recipe? Very simple, a little bit of Sakina, red, bell peppers whitefish and little bit of white wine, and of course beautiful Spaghetti Pasta. would. We have to do is cooking the bell peppers indio. Sprinkling before a little bit with exclusive, Ching olive oil cooking till the skin is not becoming talk, remove the skin and you're cutting the. Purpose in long slices the same you're doing with the to Keeney, only the green powder, so it would give a beautiful calling into your past the red and the green, the white like the Talian flack. Before you have to prepare a little bit of officials, stock this you're doing gleaning in the fish, and with the bones with a little bit of which tables Carrot Celery, a little bit of on that little bit of tomato. You make a small little fish stock. And then you are cooking. You'll pasta the pasta your cooking. Boiling salt water slightly salted water in the meantime. You're cutting the fish fillet in. Long slices as well. You season at the little bit of Salt, a little bit of oil. You heat up the pen and you put this fish into the pan without aiding up the oil because oil with around the fish is enough salty for few seconds, and then you will not have additional burning oil in the pan. Eight of the wet you tables then two minutes before the end of the cooking time you will remove for the speedy from the water, the salt water you put in the Pan adding a little bit of the fish stock and cooking, the rest of cooking time together with the pastor, so the together with the fish richer tables, so the pasta will a. Soap all the flavors, the end, a little bit of personally the chauffeur, white wine and little bit of olive oil.

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"heinz" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Thought of another name that I checked. He did not get drafted in the cup of coffee draft. Yeah. And there's a fun game to play like, almost like a trivia game on the cup of coffee, Dr. Ready? This guy did not get drafted and your mission is to tell me how the cup of coffee came to be. Steve Ryan Precht. Oh, wow. Ah! He was in the Jury. No jury trade. Yeah. Jury trade. It was a three way trade. Calgary hungry Colorado in Buffalo and Ryan practice was traded to the sabers and then Immediately to the flames with Rhett Warrener. Hello. Locke was drafted right? Wasn't he taken reason He liked it and then never played a game traded fire but never played. There was No try to remember. I hate when I do this, like thinking on the show, because that's kind of stupid. What about Ah, Was Chia Hana to ever with the Bills and tramp. Yeah. Didn't play here. Remember he was driving to and from Toronto every that's right. So you played here was trying to figure out The Stefan Beauregard story, wasn't he? Was he in the hassle trade? There's a right wasn't there? There's a connection to Beauregard here, Right? Okay. Drafted by Winnipeg Dada Dada. Thank goodness for Wikipedia traded three times first, a buffalo for Christian route to and future considerations, then to Chicago for Dominic Cash, So yeah, he never played here, either. He would. Stefan Beauregard traded here and then traded to Chicago. I guess I'm delicate his bio here. Stefan Beauregard Cup of coffee. There you go. Steve Ryan. Stephen Ryan, Correct. Then there's Steve Beige in I was just thinking of Steve Heinze. Steve Heinze, Beijing right here for a little while, right? Little bit, then got moved on to Montreal. Was he here for a full season at all? Patient? Hold on. I'm looking here. Heinz, I think was Heinz just a trade down the guy Heinze was definitely a trade deadline didn't stay for the next season. What's his face? The guy, um, trade deadline Guy played with the Devil invasion never played the game with the Sabres. He never played. Oh, really? Never played. So how did Who did he come and go for the boy? I'm looking this up right now. Okay, while you're looking that up, Who was the other guy? Oh, my Lord. He must have it was division in the stew. Barnes trade. No, he was He was part of the Drury trade as well. Okay. He came to Buffalo with jury. And never played a game of the sabers and you were exposed to waivers. Hey, I I don't know if this makes you miss him anymore. Wikipedia says that Lindy Ruff promoted Beijing is a blue collar types Earlier sabers fans would enjoy watching, but he never played a game and his Britons had exposed to the waiver draft. And then he played an energy role for the Canadians. 10 goals for Montreal in 52 games Open 10 goals here, it could be one of leading scores. Who was the guy trade deadline? I'm totally drawn a blank played for the Devils. I think the cap Sina Zubrus didn't play the next season here. Do you know? So that's a cup of coffee guy, right? If you just get here, a deadline, a Subaru I feel like that was one of the bigger name moves that Darcy would have made a deadline day. Over his term as general, right? That was a Darcy move that would have been over his terms GM and he was here. That's a good cup of coffee guy. Dominic Moore. Another one is a professional coffee drinker. Raffi Torres, Right? I mean, Dominic North Place. 10 teams he and Ah Lee Stempniak had come. I better step next played for more teams and Dominic Moore. Mike Sillinger, I believe is the all time kind of like you just to journey men in the N H l. I was just going to say who's played for the most teams in their NHL career ever. Oh, my goodness. The list of teams for Dominic Moore. 123 Rangers, Penguins wild leave sabers Panthers, Canadians, Lightning Sharks, Bruins and somebody called the Zs Sea Lions. That's in Switzerland. Okay, thank of course, you know that and the current active roster is go. Ah, no, I'm just kidding. Yannick Weber for 68 So, so Dominic Moore played for 10 different NHL team. Mike Sillinger played for 12 different teams in this 17 year NHL career. That's That's quite the accomplishment. So more would've played. Let's see he would have played from first time he got to the end, she would have been an old three. And then his last season was 17 18. So 10 teams over 14 seasons. He missed one with everybody missed one with lockout. He's the Ah The MLB thing. Let me get to this real quick. So by the way you missed a week where the MLB just continued to be a train wreck in a tire fire. Dumpster fire whatever you want to call it. Five alarm blaze going out of control. There's still no deal for them. Ah, if you missed it, though. Major League Baseball. Um Has thrown out the idea of Extra innings that start with runners on second base if they have a 2020 season. On ending in ties. Because they don't want to go along and they're you know they're jamming in all these games in a short time frame, so they would they would add in time they would add in ties so you don't burn as many pitchers and play as late in games because they're trying to play. Maybe 60 games in 70 days or something like that. So ties and extra inning runners on second base for Major league baseball, If indeed they have a 2020 season Oh, wait a minute. I thought you said they removed the idea of the second..

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Seattle asks state to create $100 million coronavirus relief fund for undocumented immigrants

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle asks state to create $100 million coronavirus relief fund for undocumented immigrants

"News the city of Seattle wants the state to create a one hundred billion dollar coronavirus relief fund couples Eric Heinz reports the money would help undocumented immigrants who've lost their job resolution passed by the city council last night urges governor Insley and the legislature to create a Washington worker relief fund it also has state leaders to create a wage replacement system for workers who don't qualify for regular unemployment benefits the sale time supports undocumented immigrants are not allowed to get federal assistance so they're in eligible for stimulus checks and they aren't collecting unemployment benefits Seattle's own covert nineteen really programs are available to everyone regardless of immigration

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Bill Gates says the world will need 7 billion vaccine doses to end COVID-19 pandemic

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Bill Gates says the world will need 7 billion vaccine doses to end COVID-19 pandemic

"Bill Gates for years has been advocating vaccinations around the world long before the start of the Cold nineteen pandemic and Coles Eric Heinz reports of gates thanks how much vaccine is needed to slay the virus in a new blog posting Bill Gates says the only way to end the pandemic for good is to offer a vaccine to almost all of the planets seven billion inhabitants at the same time the White House is pressing an initiative called operation warp speed that Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says could result in hundreds of millions of vaccine doses manufactured by January gates says that time frame is conceivable but he also says the vaccine development effort could take as long as two years Eric heights

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Coronavirus: Stock markets boosted by remdesivir drug hopes

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus: Stock markets boosted by remdesivir drug hopes

"Data to get the latest reports on income and spending today both are expected to show a decline for March and will watch for the weekly snapshot of jobless claims initial claims of three and a half million are expected that is a huge number but it would represent a slower pace than what we've seen in previous weeks among companies reporting earnings today or Twitter and Comcast Kraft Heinz United Airlines Amazon and apple stocks rose yesterday with the S. and P. five hundred up two point seven percent on news of positive developments involving a Gilead sciences drug aimed at treating covert

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Why stories matter now more than ever

Unreserved

07:55 min | 6 months ago

Why stories matter now more than ever

"In late March in an apparent attempt to avoid cove nineteen a Quebec couple drove thousands of kilometers west to White Horse. Uconn then they travel to the flying community of old crow a community of about two hundred fifty people one still without a case of covert nineteen but the couple was eventually sent packing chief. Dana. Tj Tram of the Glitch in first nation was shocked by the couple's actions. To tell you the truth I was not prepared for a random couple from Quebec to to. Just come off the plane. It was really concerning to people just because we have a very small tight knit community that have grown old together for generations so for some strangers just to show up one day. It was almost as if someone just walks into your house and helps himself to your fridge if he will. But especially under the Kovic crisis this only had exponential affects. This story sounded a bit familiar to Guizhou Rice. Because he had written it. Before or at least a fictionalized version of it. And his post apocalyptic novel moon of the crusted snow while gisha is initially bay from the socks in first nation and also the host of. Cbs's up north. Hello Wab. Welcome back to this. Show month brand I Roseanne. Thanks for having me again. Why don't Weird Weird Situation? This is so weird I was tagged dozens of times. Chris Static the witches lawyer is original tweet about it and Yeah it kind of blew my mind very confusing. I Bet I bet you feel a bit. Like an oracle not really but. I you know obviously see the parallels between the you know this real life imitating fiction right. I wrote that particular plot points of Muna crusted snow just as a what if not as this sort of how to guides so maybe. I feel guilty as a result of that. I don't know I for the UNINITIATED. Tell us a bit about your book. Moon of the crusted snow. Okay Yeah So. It's a look at the moment of apocalypse From the perspective of northern New Snobby Community. And what happens in the story is there is a blackout due to sort of mysterious. 'cause They communications go then. The power goes outright so this community because it says so far north that people are still somewhat connected to the lane and they're able to adapt to sort of move through this sort of confusing new era but those who aren't as adapt that sort of hunting fishing and You know living off the lanes descend into a bit of panic and chaos and then on top of that just things start really getting intense. Agai comes from a city in the south. The Big White Guy who has equally mysterious background as you know as the catastrophe itself and He begins sort of imposing his will and then he's followed by some other people from the south things. The community is forced to make some pretty serious decisions as to how they're going to survive and how they're going to move forward in this new era. Yeah now this plotline that your frank you with the with the gentlemen coming from the South I'm obviously they're they're looking for food shelter and a knowledge to survive in this new reality but the indigenous community really response Interestingly to this to this To this person showing up in that they make initially welcome him in as right. Yeah and you know. There is a bit of conflicts some tension amongst community members as to what they're going to do but a lot of the leadership in this. I know in that in that particular community is still very closely connected to national values despite you know. Colonialism enforces simulation as such. So you know some of the people believe we as we should welcome this individual in and try to work together with him to create a you know a good community as we try to navigate this new reality of living in the darkness right Sort of how. He's able to take his place In the community so when this story in the Yukon I broke just recently many people online silly related to your book. What did you think when you first heard about? I thought back to win. I started writing moon of the crusted snow and that was always going to be a major plot elements of the story. Was THIS JUSTIN SCOTT CHARACTER. This white guy coming into the community from the city right and then sort of imposing his will and As I began writing it about a month or so in I started having doubts as to whether that would actually happen. You know I thought. Would there actually be people who would flee the city in a crisis in go to the res- to seek shelter to seek safety and so on so I thought that's not believable at all? I don't have a viable story. You know but it went to this House party in Ottawa Halloween Party. Actually when I was living there and that was about a month and a half into writing the first draft and was steeped in this doubt about whether this was a believable story and I started talking to this random dude their end because it's so deep into the sort of Story in thinking about the end of the world that was basically all I was talking about the people at the time so I must have been pretty fun chat back then but anyways I was talking to this guy and we were talking about things. Go down and what would happen. And so on. And he uttered the blue says. Yeah if it all went down if things fell apart here in the city the first place I'm going to the res- and I was like. Oh Yeah I was like Whoa. Why why would you go there? Wh- what's the thinking behind that he's like well you know how to. Heinz how to live in the Bush and you know it'd be a good place for me to hide out and I said okay Well which do you want to go to? You know? Thinking of the spy reserves to to Ottawa. Tanay Guy Kidding. Zv Golden Acres CETERA. And he's like doesn't matter whichever one I can get to you. The quickest right so I kinda thought you know. This is very presumptuous of this new to think that he can just go to arrests. But that was the sort of validation. I needed to write this Justin Scott character because I thought okay. There's one guy who believes this so I can write the story you know but I guess there are a lot more people who think that including a young couple from Quebec willing to drag style meters to like the other end of the land right so weary so back then it spiracy theory exactly you ever imagine like something like this might happen one day when you put your head. Deep into post apocalyptic gorgeous doping fiction. You're always all the possibilities right but I think you never really prepared for the big moments you know when something actually happens and I don't think I could have ever imagined that pandemic to the scale you know like that's sad though like people are slowly started to realize that the world we did living is gone now and what. We're going to emerge in something totally different like we're going to have different ways of life and they're going to be different roles and responsibilities that we all have resulted so I think keeping those things in mind in how resilient indigenous people are especially in overcoming these crises that has prepared mentally in some ways. Although I'm not Maybe not physically or supply wise prepared as well as it should be just in case right so the thing about anyways

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"heinz" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

12:32 min | 6 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Today we're GONNA be chatting to positive psychology or going to be chatting perfectionism and how to kind of get stuck in our lives so I'm really excited to be joined by Dr. Sasha hines today and I'll tell you a little bit about her before we jump into some of these topics I'm so. She is a developmental psychologist. And a life coach She's an expert in positive psychology lasting behavioral change. And the science of getting unstuck. I'm She's leveraged her academic expertise of the former faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania's Master of applied positive psychology program to help give her client the tools to change their lives for good and then shelters a private coaching practice. That helps achievement. Junkies villas good on the inside as their lives. Look on the outside which. I'm sure maybe it sounds familiar to some of you listening But Dr Sasha Heinz is also a graduate of Harvard University and a working mom She's lived a life on the front line of the battle with perfectionism. So she's not only GonNa lend her knowledge and expertise but also her own experience Dealing with some of these things so without any further do. I'm really excited to get into this conversation. And Welcome Sasha to the show. Thank so much for taking the time to chat with me today and I'm really looking forward to not only here in some of your knowledge and your expertise around positive psychology and perfectionism but also you know the humanizing part of professionals of hearing your own personal story with perfectionism too. Yeah I'm so happy to be here. Thanks for having me. Well thank you I said figure just kind of start off. With what got you into positive psychology in the first place. Then what kind of in wanting to go down that path and anyway yeah What got me in the first place. I think that like most people throughout adolescence in other early twenties like I just had I felt really lost and sort of had a hard few years in was dealing with a lot of looking back. My guy was dealing and coping with a lot of different things on my life and and I sort of for someone who had been pretty successful in take you know were achieving and work. Hard and Was able to sort of be successful. In my efforts I felt like all of a sudden like the wheels come off. You know I wasn't able I sort of hit that hit the skids. You know. And all of a sudden it was like wait. I'm not okay like I'm really. I'm really starting to implode as person so I did. You know that that was happening. I mean I think you know we all different symptoms of My way of coping with things that felt very out of my control all Was I had an eating disorder. And and which started out as restricting and then Quickly morphed into Bohemia which was just became a total addiction and and so I was runs like not just You know in some way like my mental health in terms of sort of like my my My emotional health took the back seat to first and foremost trying to figure out and solve. Like how do I live? Functionally actually take care of myself with you. Know and stop hurting myself. And that became the first task is like how do I actually separate myself so It really began this journey of beginning to understand. What in the world does that? Mean you know like what does it mean to take care of myself. What does it mean to be mentally healthy What does it mean to heal Emotional psychological wounds and and to live in a way that makes me feel good and You know not just Jeff just emotionally physically feel good to and so I sort of just became really interested Really interested in this work and and I think for just because of my perhaps my personality And just I. I think I had always been an athlete as a child and a teenager wasn't really athletic. I really resonate with whole notion of having a coach being pushed challenging oneself. And so the idea that it wasn't just like hey you know you're broken. You're psychologically broken you know here's your clinical diagnoses and we're going to get you back to like functional and we'll leave it at that. I mean. I think I really got excited about this idea that. What if you know this massive face plans this like really hard time that I'm going through and all of the pain and just told her despair I mean really honestly like anyone in the throes of an addiction. Exactly what that feels like just total despair on is never going to get better and were once really once I started to. You know. He'll some of these wounds arousing like Oh my Gosh. What is just functional? Isn't the end point? You know what if what if I can actually work on and develop and cultivate greater mental health and become more resilient and actually you know what I went through actually made me stronger and what I you know and actually becoming More mentally and psychologically more robust so that was for me really exciting and I just love this idea that I could challenge myself and grow and develop to like to evolve into sort of up level to a different version of myself. Like that really grabbed me that idea. Yeah and when you when you talk about this process of starting to heal. I'm curious was was therapy. A part of that. Frio totally totally. Like I'm a huge proponent of therapy a- everyone should be so lucky to have a great therapist in our lives to help them unpack You know what their own experience and how that has shaped their thoughts emotions and behavior. I mean everybody has experienced some degree of trauma it's just human experience rain so And and people respond to different situations differently. Right there are there. I mean there's evidence that The kids have different temperaments. Kids tend to be more of a Dandy lion like they can really they can thrive in the crime concrete right matter. Their external environment isn't going to have such a big impact on them. Perhaps psychologically and then there are kids. Who ARE ORCHIDS RATES? So they may be more sensitive temperamentally which means that given the rate environmental context. They become the most rare and beautiful flower. They also are very sensitive to a harsh You know environment Environment that's not nurturing taking care of that Mars like a Dandy Lion you know dandelions are they're going to be great you know they're going to do well. Despite you know more more difficult circumstances in like end unlike harsher environment so I you know I think it's important to recognize which kind of if you do have more sensitive. Perhaps you have more sensitive temperament. Are Anything you feel that there's wounds from your childhood. There's things that you're like. Gosh anytime you're in a situation where like I don't understand like I know I shouldn't do this. I know this is. I'm sabotaging myself or I know that this is making my life so much more difficult as behavior that they keep doing. But I can't get myself to stop like that's a really good place to pause and th and it's a good indicates an indicator light. It's like the indicator light in. The car is blinking right that there is something that needs to be worked out right there. You're not just banging your head against the wall on purpose Yeah you're right. Yeah and I think this this notion that people cope inexperience trauma and things in their lives very differently. I think is super important. I know that something. I've had to work with some of my clients on just like you know experiencing an event or a situation and having a completely different reaction than other people had and the sort of a shame and guilt and blame that starts happening internally because you know why is this so hard for me like other people are fine but like this was really intense for me and I love that I love that image of the Dandelions or kid I think able to be self aware and look internally to see kind of where you fit a little bit could be helpful and having some grace and having some empathy for yourself when you know life does shit at US totally. I think that way when you think about it in that which is exactly what happens right. See People go through an experience? You know let's just say like divorce. A lot of people kids grow up parents getting divorced. It's it's really normal life experience these days. Some kids given the circumstances of the situation. You know the situation the way. The conflict in the house at all sorts of air tons of different variables right And largely out of their control like their genetic the he's they were given you know the how their parents are handling their relationship. All these things that are totally out of the child's control and some kids experience more psychological trauma than others in the same and you have to see to children in the family to different Siblings will have a totally different experience. So so it's like you have to deal with I the all those feelings. That were probably unprocessed in unfinished right and then on top of it dealing with the shame and embarrassment that you're not just move on right now you're not just like why is that person just can kind of pull themselves up by the bootstraps and move on with their life. And I'm still I I and I still seem to not be able to move passes so you have to work on those on both of those layers but I mean I think that for most people with mental health is the same thing with physical health. Which is why I love. I mean I really loved the coaching industry because they think it's helped us like reframe mental health in a different way. Which is the things like third doctors? Everybody needs to Dr. Everybody needs to go to an annual physical. Everybody needs to make sure that they are not sick. right but it is equally important to exercise. Workout go to treanor eat. Well have a good relationship with food and making sure that you have healthy nutrition and a wide horn diverse nutrients etc right. But you're also taking care of your health beyond making sure that you're just not sec totally brain and is the same as people are beginning to realize that the same is true with mental health which is like yes. We all have things that that make us through dysfunctional in certain areas of our life that we need to heal right. But there's also like strength based approach rate where we can become more resilient stronger and more psychologically fit as well totally. I totally agree with that. Aren't I wanNA take a short break here because I think for some of our listeners? Right now who are may be listening to this episode. Might already be considering you know is psychology is really cool and this seems to be helping me out and you know maybe therapy A good choice for me And I've shared this wonderful sponsor of the podcast before But I WANNA share it with all the.

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When Stocking Grocery Shelves Turns Dangerous

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

When Stocking Grocery Shelves Turns Dangerous

"Survey if you went to a grocery store lately you've noticed the bare shelves as Americans hunkered down at home amid the corona virus pandemic try to shop online you're likely to come across the words out of stock or backordered from poultry to dried goods Americans have been stocking up to prepare for an extended period of so called social distancing that has food makers like Kraft Heinz Campbell soup General Mills and Kellogg's working overtime to meet demand but they're also worried about the supply chain and it's not just food makers concerned about getting their products from a to B. the consumer brands association which represents a wide array of consumer goods makers has called for federal aid to help avoid supply disruptions the organization is also asking president Donald Trump to set up a special supply chain group at the

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Pittsburgh groups launch coalition to defend traditional industries

Pittsburgh Works

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pittsburgh groups launch coalition to defend traditional industries

"A coalition of labor business and civic leaders will push for Pittsburgh's traditional and manufacturing industries and the face of what they call an anti working family campaign KDKA radio's Jody Steele reports a couple hundred people representing business and labor gathered at the Heinz history center to christen the campaign called Pittsburgh works together Tom Melcher heads the building trades would be really bad for these working men and women in our economy that we allow a handful of strangeness to shut down progress can eliminate these jobs do you agree with by extremists they mean some politicians and environmental groups the campaign aims to make sure traditional industries are included in job creation efforts

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"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plus why a third political party could alter the political landscape but first Kraft Heinz's misery isn't over just yet last week the iconic food giant was downgraded to junk by two credit raters raising fresh worries about the company's turnaround the CEO says it's long overdue salvage plan is coming but investors aren't feeling optimistic here to tell us more is Tara lachapelle a columnist for Bloomberg opinion so just to recap what happened at Kraft Heinz last year so Kraft Heinz had a terrible year and twenty nineteen at least two kicked off the year with the earnings that included you write down massive right down fifteen point four billion dollars which really show the deterioration of these brands which have banned household names for decades I. Kraft Foods and Heinz merged in twenty fifteen and ever since then they really haven't been investing in these brands that are more focused on cost cutting and really choosing their profit margins as they're controlled by a private equity firm and that Spencer that private equity firms and how they also had a slash their dividend early last year they disclosed that the securities and exchange commission was looking into some of their accounting practices around procurement so they were just a lot of bad news coming out of the company and I think it really sort of took people by surprise because this was a stock that you know Warren Buffett has been a cheerleader for he's the Berkshire Hathaway is the top shareholder and three G. capital's behind that and then you know he he hasn't you know reduce at stake he stole it talks affectionately of Kraft Heinz I think they're really three people for a loop and now that brings us to this year where things aren't really getting much better yet what have their plans been to revamp so about eight months ago Bernardo Harris who is the CEO stepped aside and they brought in Miguel Patricio who is a longtime packaged foods guy he came from I and has a bush which is another three G. property and so he's been there for about eight months I think people are really hopeful when he came in that this is a guy that really understands brands and the need to sort of invest in them and how to keep them popular and not just focus on cost cutting as they had been in the past but you know here we are today and they still there sales are still going down it's still unclear what he's doing to fix the company and you needed to give them a little bit of time right to get up to speed and figure out what the fix is needed to be he says that in may they're gonna unveil some grand plan that's going to sort of right the ship here but I think at this point investors are fed up and are they want to know something now they want to know what the company is going to do now and all we've really gotten out of the C. E. O. so far is that he's going to kind of shift around where they spend their money so that could the brands that are doing the bass which is like Philadelphia cream cheese and Heinz ketchup and condiments they're going to push more money towards those kind of away from the stuff that that isn't doing so well such as like the coffee brands I think Maxwell house they had another right down on that trademark last quarter so they're kind of moving around where they're spending their money but they're not increasing the budgets for these brands which I think shows that they haven't really truly embraced what's wrong with the company and what they needed to change is it what's wrong with the company or is it that consumers tastes are changing and people are into you know healthier alternatives it's absolutely that is well I mean every packaged food giant has gone through the same struggles over the past couple years where these brands that you know had all this shelf space in the supermarket that was kind of taken for granted you know you always bought General Mills cereal and Kellogg's cereal in Heinz catchup I mean they've dominated you know Kraft singles the cheese slices but then you know that started to change rate consumers wanted stuff that was sort of less processed and felt healthier and and just more wholesome and some of these brands have been really slow to adapt to that I think where Kraft Heinz fell into particular trouble was because not only were they slow to adapt to that they basically ignored it they double down on what they were doing and said you know what we are going to innovate in a big way we're just gonna do these little gimmicky things and we're going to focus on driving our profit margins and the whole industry really try to emulate them for a while you had you know Campbell soup and General Mills and everybody suddenly focus focusing on how do we cut costs and get those profit margins up but in a time when you know consumer tastes are changing and there's all these like upstart popular brands coming out I think you really need to also invest in your brands and say how do we keep them relevant for the long run so at the same time that we're looking at pasta made from cauliflower and all that stuff chips chips are still so popular in there they have to be the worst things for you it's true you know it's I think Pepsi co was really interesting because their earnings are pretty good and they're really focusing on brands like Doritos which like you say which seem to go against sort of this like health push but I think it shows that that helped push maybe as well you know not as genuine as well as we you consumers would like it simply P. interview with their certain brands that we just love so how did these other brands do that too how do they stay in popular with people I'm super into people at a time when we say we don't want junk food right so I think Pepsi whatever they're doing is really working and Kraft Heinz needs think about well some of our brands maybe we can't do much more to make than any healthier healthier sounding but what can we do to make them worth it for people to buy when they do have that craving thanks Tara.

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Kraft Heinz credit rating cut to ‘junk’ by Fitch

Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Kraft Heinz credit rating cut to ‘junk’ by Fitch

"A day after Kraft Heinz posted disappointing quarterly sales pitch today cut the credit rating of the food giant to below investment grade also known as junk the company has been struggling to grow sales as consumers shift to healthier options and private label brands Kraft Heinz shares are down another three and a half percent today and down about forty percent over the past twelve

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In The Lead Up To Menopause, Depression And Anxiety Can Spike

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 9 months ago

In The Lead Up To Menopause, Depression And Anxiety Can Spike

"Martin there's a day in every woman's life when she hasn't had her period for twelve consecutive months that day is when she starts menopause but there are years leading up to that point for some women it can take as long as a decade those years are called peri menopause and during that time hormones fluctuate periods get a regular women can experience hot flashes changes to their bodies emotional ups and downs but for many women some of the symptoms don't stop there menopause can bring on severe anxiety or clinical depression and peers redo Chatterji has more about a decade ago when Terry Hines was in her mid forties period started to change it increased in frequency it increased in intensity and it increased in duration she had hot flashes gain weight and our energy levels took a nose dive I just did not have the energy to do the things that I wanted to do like the morning walk she left to take with her dogs at the time Hines lived alone in Philadelphia where she worked as an assistant principal at a school she struggled to get out of bed and go to work and began to withdraw from her friends I would prefer they come to me I would prefer to stay home rather than meeting up with everybody for an evening out looking back she remembers feeling foggy and isolated but she didn't realize she might be depressed even though she struggled with depression before and had sought treatment for it she knew her symptoms triggers usually it was a big change in our personal professional life this time though she says she was just focused on her body changing the physical nature of menopause consumes you and is what we're taught is what you have to pay attention to as is all whole host of physical changes but can also lead to emotional changes that psychiatrists Jennifer pain she directs the women's mood disorders center at Johns Hopkins University she says most women experience mood swings that make the blue irritable are anxious with women who have a history of mental illness like Heinz they're likely to

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Colorado Avalanche lose in overtime to the Penguins

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Colorado Avalanche lose in overtime to the Penguins

"Was our Colorado on Friday sounds like Sidney Crosby's getting close after going on the ice actually a couple of times yesterday for Sally just to give him sufficient workload that he needs to prepare so he has some one on one time with tie in Cali and the injured guys some and then he had some time with the team and if you said just initials also skated yesterday morning we'll see what today's practice springs let's hang and Shari name to the metro division all star team after firing coach Peter Laviolette natural hire John Heinz he was fired by New Jersey just a month ago kinds also a former coach that will spare

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"heinz" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We've got a holiday retail forecast. We've got some consumer goods good news but we're going to start with the end of we company not the end. I suppose of the parent company of we work but certainly the end of of its attempt to be a public company because it is officially over we work has shelved plans to go public and I'll just say something that I've said before for which is I have never seen anything like this before. I've never seen anything this fast this negative this fast to go from in less than a month. Basically we're going public. Here's our valuation. Oh you don't like that. We're going to cut it in half. Oh you don't like that. What can we lowered even further and now I don't know what happens to this company so it so they've postponed the the the IPO until at least October right so it's a you've you've said this is the end but I think this is just one the end of the beginning of the end of the first attempt to go public and if they can and I don't know let's pay a good picture here for them. For a moment which is that they come out with another quarter of results. The results are better than expectations. Expectations are to lose billions of dollars and they probably will pull that off but maybe in a smaller dollar amount than the worst fears revamp the atrocious executive of compensation and and you know ownership structure that they've got and bring this out at something approaching a reasonable valuation and maybe you see this come out again which may be necessary because they're going to need the money they are. They have adopted a business plan which appears to be we can burn through lots of money because we're going to be able to get money out of an I. Po when we need it. I think they're still pretty much wedded to that business plan that may be but keep in mind the most recent public filing we got from we work was a revamping of maybe not all of the moves that could have made in terms of executive compensation but they certainly ratcheted down the power that the CEO has they improved the corporate governance ah but it seemed at the time and it still seems a little bit like rearranging deck chairs on the titanic if they if they really need to you go public then yeah you're right. I suppose there's a pathway in which a beat expectations on how much money they lose they still need to radically clearly overhaul what they're doing on the compensation side and I would argue even the corporate governance side. I mean I I feel like they're just scratching the surface of that if they really need to unlock the public market value I agree and I think that that is probably what is ahead. At least probably arena some of the names of some of the higher up executives. Do you think they need a change. In leadership in the same way that Uber got to the point when it was still a private company to Travis Kalmyk was no longer tenable as the leader of that company and I. It seemed very much the case that certainly behind closed doors. There were people telling calendar that and other people at that company look if you want to go public and have any decent shot of of overhauling your image that guy's gotta go yes yes. I think that's that's what they need to do. whether that is what is done will remains to be seen but if they were to do that and get some sort of very credible leadership to come in their that's their best opportunity. I think for evaluation along the lines they want and it's a long way to hear from their given given the ownership structure and but that is that's a better path breath. I think than any than any other one. If you're talking about what from the outside seems to be a small change hey just get a different person who has skill set and who has credibility. There are those kind of people out there now that said Uber did that and it's not like they've been a great. IPO are they went public and you can say can always take the perspective that if you go public and achieve more money than the stock is worth later on in time then you've done a good job in terms of getting money into the company and not selling you know all of your company at the wrong evaluation in terms of fundraising but in terms of what investors want and what investors are looking at given the somewhat broken. IPO's of Uber Lift Slack yeah this is this does not appear here to be the time to bring out a hey. We're growing really fast. We're losing lots of money. Trust US you know. IPO last thing before we move on on how confident are you that they go public before the end of two thousand nineteen. I'll take the under way. Does that mean yes or less than all. All of them go public. I think it's GonNa it's not GonNa Happen in two thousand nineteen. They've they've announced this postponed until at least October. They're gonNA bring this in retool. Talk to people see where the sentiment is and I think that the things are going to hear. Are you need to do more than you think you need to do and that is going to take longer than you know I. I don't think that they if I you know it's easy from the outside. Why don't you just get a different. CEO Together Right that is not going to sit well with a the current CEO and founder so you know you you gotta you gotTa Wade through that. There may be a everybody's got their price though right and if his interests are look. I just want to have a whole lot of money from this then. He may be convinced that that is the way to get the biggest pile money shares of Kraft Heinz down four percent today. That's because three g capital disclosed it is sold twenty five million shares of Kraft Heinz. I will add parenthetically this is on top of the twenty twenty million shares the three g sold in August of twenty eighteen and in some ways. This seems like the opposite opposite of we work in the sense that we work gets ready to go public and pretty much. Everyone looks at it and says Oh God I want no part of that company at evaluation of forty seven billion or for that matter twenty five billion you think back to three g capital getting together with Berkshire Hathaway on the Kraft Heinz deal and at the time was anyone negative on this deal that this deal feel that has just continued to go south quarter after quarter year after year at the time it was all it's the brilliance of buffet three g capital. has this reputation as great operators. They're going to make this work yeah. I'd I don't recall anybody being skeptical about the long-term prospects aspects here but time change and I think the three G has brought the cost cutting mentality and has improved significantly operating margins at the entity but they have in part done that by cutting back on brand building and advertising and so the top op line is not growing at all and where they find themselves is in a world where kraft and Heinz to Sean spotlight on on the brands that you know through their name and there are many other brands under the umbrella here but you know kraft cheese Heinz Ketchup. You've got two brands that are kind of stuck in the middle and this is where they are. They have brand. You know everybody knows the names but there's increased competition by private-label which can compete in terms of quality against them and then there's lots of other things are coming into the market market that are better more organic more healthy certainly advertising themselves more healthy than than the highly packaged goods that we associate with these names more expensive and so if people are going to spend a little bit more than the private label. Maybe they're gonNA spend a little bit more than that to get the organic stuff stuff the the the healthy healthier stuff and Kraft Heinz has got sort of you know the middle part of that market which is not growing so let me move away from the business and talk for a moment about palace intrigue for lack of a better phrase back in June Warren Buffett was asked about tensions between Berkshire hathaway three g capital over this deal. you know. Berkshire hathaway's had to write down and the Kraft Heinz Acquisition and at the time it was like no no no you know everything's great how many more times can three g capital sell L. Tens of millions of shares before berkshire-hathaway starts to think you know what maybe we're going to dump some of this too well in party. It depends on on how accurate the possibility is that a lot of what the sale was about was capital raise that three G has windows where it needs to return capital to shareholders who want some of their money back and this being one of their largest holdings is one of the places that they have to go to get that that is true that there was a separate filing that the head of three g uh for himself his personal holdings increased by one hundred million dollars of craft hines so that's the narrative that buffet put presumably has to figure out who you know if the head is buying more and showing confidence in and the company at least at this price and there's nothing that they can do about the money that they have to return to shareholders other than to liquidate things they otherwise wouldn't want to liquidate including but not limited to craft is then you know then maybe everything is good if that turns out to be a a story that he can't trust for some reason than things are not as good last house intrigue ends in murder expose suppose presumably presumably zoom ably death. Yes Three G sold twenty million shares last summer summer of two thousand eighteen and at around sixty dollars a share. They just sold these right now. The stocks around twenty eight. It's close to an all time low. Does this look at all attractive to you on a valuation basis. Do you think there's any chance buffet goes out and buys more of this or do you think this is just one he. Let's sit there for a while because because have pain it has caused at this point well. I'm not sure if he has a philosophy on throwing good money after bad or I'm pretty sure he's against yeah I mean when you phrase it that way but or averaging down if you want to look at a bit more positively it's trading about nine times earnings. I I think so they're certainly a you know a place where you get interested in the evaluation here and presumably it's been in that place for a while actually so I think it is possible but you know Oh. He doesn't need to you. Know go further down this path. Quick shot to cabbage when you own a small business this. Your time is valuable because let's face it. You're doing it all. You're managing inventory covering payroll doing one hundred other things before launch and that's just an average day getting the money so you need to run.

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"heinz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

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"heinz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Tonight at Heinz field six thirty seven I'm Larry Richard welcome to the weekend gentium way back with me we're going to be a literal one Monday morning broadcasting there at Saint Vincent college right now game time tonight at seven thirty a lot of details to go over and we've invited Heinz field corporate communications manager Nick Cyril honor disk instituted bits for news on Nick good morning good sorry to wake you up so early but we got a lot to do your game day I'm almost ready it's game day baby yeah and it's going to be a beautiful evening the weather's going to cooperate so there is a change that we wanted to make sure the fans were aware of who would in previous years maybe print their electronic tickets so let's go through that part of it yeah so last year Ticketmaster can change with their secure digital taking program can't change that there were no printing and hell solely on it people can learn last you can't buy into your online get PCS that female dealing you print it you know I hell with them that's all god but this year we're continuing that we're taking it one step further where you can't when it when you get the tickets on your phone you can't screen shot though last year we saw fraud get a limited to almost zero which is huge for us you know usually happens couple hundred times a game get some fake tickets at the gate last year it was almost zero this year with fans will see is that the bar codes that are actually on their digital tickets are constantly changing so that means if you take a screen shot of it it's probably not going to work for the time you to engage in a healthier totally Barca okay soul if I have a phone I go to the apps store and download Steelers dot com correct now when the Steelers mobile apps and.

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"heinz" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

13:25 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Just don't know whether that will dog of three capitals going to be able to change their way, which is interesting because we have seen numerous companies make these types of shifts bringing on different products to try and relate even further to the consumer today. Because the mindset and the wants of the consumer here in two thousand nineteen are certainly feels like quite a bit different than what they were five years ago. Maybe even ten years ago. I mean, even with your opening story about the store's closing we see people are shopping differently. And what they're shopping for is changing as well. And so the companies that are going to survive are those that adapt and those that are changing, but to do that, particularly when you're talking about food products, you've got to be changing, your your portfolio products and adapting them as well. So Dave cast how does three g capital and Kraft Heinz do that especially now when you have the class action lawsuit in play you also have the SEC investigation in as well as swell as certainly a rough road for them. But in terms of planning ahead, I think they need to look internally which their current products most profitable and perhaps play. Dan to expand those and innovate innovate various byproducts. I'd say some of the products under that brand name whereas other products. I I've read recently that say maybe considering the sale of the Maxwell house coffee product climate they sell and to the extent that they unload or sell off some of their assets and reduce their debt and then refocus on those areas where the greatest potential for growth exists. I think they'd be forced to go down that path pretty much. So initially shrank reduce debt only when they get that down to somewhat lower level. And it is now can they even begin to think of going back on the acquisition path? And then when they do which I assume they will at some future point again focus on those areas. Those products than have a. Better future ahead of them rather than those that are declining. David, I think the path you described as what it is they're likely to do this day Frey Stein. Here. What I'm concerned about is just getting rid of some of their existing brands and just atrophying that they're gonna get smaller overall. There's some reason to do that to spin off some cash that they could possibly use. I worry about as they invest in sort of modifying their products doing it under some of their existing brand names because some of their brand names, you know, even the great Oscar Mayer, you know, it's it's a hot dog and the question is people are moving towards healthier eating or you're going to be able to do it under the Oscar Mayer name now Kraft has been great at creating brands. So maybe what they're going to need to do is create new brands that have totally different positioning, images and healthier. And and it's view and more consistent with where society's moving today day. Your thoughts. Yes. No. I totally agree with that approach. Make certainly to sense to me, and I think three g again, we'll need to bring in house and develop the expertise to do that to innovate and properly market and promote those brands, but I think new brands that are perceived by the consumer as being healthy free of preservatives, and organic including organic foods, including organic in the healthier space. I think would have a chance of succeeding and then spending the appropriate marketing techniques funds to promote them. I would think that there. There's a little bit of a balancing act there David as well when you're talking about some of the brands like even Kraft and Heinz especially Hines using Hines as an example with ketchup and mustard and they do relish as well. Those are products. That are Staples. That people will continue to buy I think for the most part. You know, when when they have that particular they won't deviate from some of the core products that that Kraft Heinz will have no no question about it. And and craft is totally dependent on those brands on those grand names, sixty five percent of their whole assets are in goodwill, and what that means is rand Bellevue. And that's what it is represents, you know, their value as a company are in the brand. So you don't want to abandon all of those. And as you say Kraft and Heinz are Staples grey Poupon is there mush a mustard. Yeah. It's it's a staple and people are going to continue eating those in even it's not like everybody's moving healthier there. Still is that whole thing. But they also need to be, you know, adding to their portfolio and just to make it really clear they've gotten brands like velveeta and Kool-Aid and jello that you can continue doing those tweaking knows and reducing. Calories and getting rid of some of the preservatives, but they're going to need to work on other brands as well. But and I just don't know whether or not three g capital has that personality to be able to do that. Dave, do you think they do? Yes. Well, I think they will need to develop it, and they may not have it today. But I think they appreciate the need to develop and learn and succeed in that area going forward. And let me just add one thing it was just discussed behind side of craft Hines. Let me point this out is doing very well free. G capital initially going partners with Warren buffet, and Berkshire Hathaway acquired h shea Hines twenty thirteen and so could private and they paid an appropriate price, and of course, for cut and so on and as previously mentioned of the Heinz brand ketchup. I think they have sixty percent. Of the market is highly regarded, well respected and the problem. They ran into was in twenty fifteen we're the acquisition of craft where they were Warren Buffett has admitted that they overpaid once again three g capital being the operating partner and Warren Buffett Berkshire being the financing partner on these deals, and so the problem is resigned within the craft side of craft Hines. The hindsight I think is perfectly fine. And the question is and a very good one. Do they have it as part of their DNA that does three g capital have is part of the DNA the ability to innovate do the are indeed come out with these new products and succeed in marketing them, and that is the question going forward. But they I guess we'll in my mind before to develop that SCO, but David sent how do you how does it company? I mean with some of these products. The the idea the concept of mass produced is going to be naturally tied to these products to begin with. And I don't know if you can Foley transition, the the consumer's mindset to be able to get a particular product out of that that mass produced thought process, I think that's right. I think we will still have some of these etter mass-produced and people are going to think of them that way. And the question is, you know, do you want your catch-up customized? And I don't think that's that's going to be the case or everybody does their own individual things. So I don't think the mass production has part of it. But I think we can look closely at what's happened to the advertising spending of of craft Hines, and let me just read some figures to you. And I appreciate that. The David talked about the time line if we look at the year twenty fourteen craft Hines spent over six hundred million dollars on advertising alone then in. Two thousand fifteen they reduced that to about five hundred fifty million. So we see some declined going on. This is win three g capital came in in twenty sixteen fill below five hundred million and in twenty seventeen at fell below four hundred and fifty million. So we see a steady removal of advertising behind their brands, and it a brand needs more than just advertising, but it does also need advertising and they've stopped investing. And they're taking that money watching it fall to the bottom line short term, but they're not looking at the long term consequences and not surprisingly twenty nineteen. We're feeling the long term consequences, and I guess David Kessler. Also makes you wonder how that that advertising? Dollar was being spent because when you think about today's advertising spend with digital and and variety different locations. We're seeing that some of the ad spend is cheaper than it was a few. Years ago. And if you go away from traditional methods, not as much spend on TV, and you and you spend more on the internet. You may be able to cut costs that way. It's still be able to to try and get a pretty good reach. Yeah. But but one downside to that. Because so much advertising is done on the internet and a much lower cost than the standard model of advertising on the main TV networks generation ago or years ago is that it opens up the path for so many other potential competitors. Which is has occurred recently where the new products are coming in from start up companies relatively small companies. So yes, it does reduce the cost would for Kraft Heinz. But it also they'll be facing additional competition. And one of point you mentioned at the outset of this broadcast of several retailers closing and Warren buffet recently was interviewed on CNBC with respect to craft Hines. And he mentioned that the package food producers. Are running a going to against the retailers and losing out. They're losing bargaining power. They losing pricing power. So there's an additional source downward force being applied to craft Hines and this area. In addition to of course, having to compete with online advert sellers as well. So there's a multi dimensional problem here that cramp tines needs to figure out and solve Dave. So you know, I I was listening to the the beginning of the story of all the store stores closing. We'll people are still buying clothes. Africom, Crombie and Fitch. You know, maybe they're not doing it in their bricks and mortar, but they're still buying clothes, and they're going to be buying, you know, Ed online and some of that's going to happen. And when it comes to food. Yeah. People are still buying food in actually it's the brands that do better online than the big brands you'd better online than they. Even do in the stores, which is somewhat interesting. So I don't think that's as much of the problem of people shifting where they. I don't think that's the problem facing Hinds. But but what I do think is the problem when they start doing more of their advertising online is we look at short term results. How do we evaluate those online sort of aunts? Is we see well, what are the click throughs? Yeah. And what we're not capturing is is the brand being built. So it might not lead to immediate purchase. It might not lead to that immediate click through right? But is that brand being well established? And I'm trying to think and and I'm not a sample ones. Not what we should ever rely on. I can't remember the last time. I heard, you know, the Oscar Mayer theme song that you're about to sing you're gonna kinda get, you know, although I have recently seen stories about the wiener mobile, which is still making its way around around the United States from time to time, which is again, it's it's another part of that advertising piece that that that Ostermeyer and craft Hines really rely on or the slowest ketchup wins. The last time you saw that. That's right. Exactly. Right. I haven't I haven't seen that one and a longtime your joined here in studio by Dave Stein of the Wharton school on the phone by David Cass of the university of Maryland. Your comments are welcome at eight four four Wharton eight four four nine four two seven eight six or if you'd like send us a comment on Twitter is radio one thirty two are my Twitter account, which is at Dan Loney? Twenty one. So really this ends up. David cass. Really? I think is you mention kind of. Falling into the lack of three g capital and making some some adjustment. So that they can still be able to turn the profit that they would like, but be able to to look long term and have the greater growth

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"heinz" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Podcast is brought to you by knowledge award. Last month. Craft hide saw its shares fall. Twenty seven percent in one day in late February after posted a twelve point six billion dollar loss. The problems relate to changing trends amongst consumers opting for smaller healthier options have placed a crimp on the company's profits. Kraft Heinz owned primarily by three g capital and by Warren Buffett may drastic cuts over the last several years and turned significant profit, but it also took on huge debt during the merger of the two giants. Thirty one million dollars in long-term debt. The company is now facing a class action lawsuit regarding three Gs capital transfer of one point two three billion dollars of stock. Just six months before the company reported a huge loss. Kraft Heinz is also facing US securities and Exchange Commission, accounting probe. So can the Kraft Heinz story be a lesson for brands and can the company get back to the business as usual, David Stein. Joining us in studio marketing, professor here at the word school and host of. Sirius XM one thirty to show measured thoughts which is on every Monday at four pm with replace throughout the week. He joins the as I said in studio David cast joining us on the phone clinical professor in the department of finance at the university of Maryland Smith school of business, David see again, glad to be here. David cass. Great to have you today, sir. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me. Thank you, David start with you all of these issues for Kraft Heinz mean I would think significant change for the company moving forward. Would it not? Very definitely I think their overall main strategy of acquisitions and then cost cutting in crew improving profit margins by doing so and then going on to the next acquisition has to be totally rethought right now as you mentioned in your opening statements cramped Hines has an enormous amount of debt on their balance sheet that they need to reduce and one reason that they announced as part of this disappointing earnings report and February one attribute the announced was a reduction in the dividend by fair amount and using that saving from the dividends reduce some of their debt. So it will take them some time to reduce debt and to refigure the economics of the industry that they're in. This is not the the same game. If they thought they were playing in terms of steady growth stable growth, just cut expenses it will require to succeed going forward to find out. Exactly what it is consumers want and to try to satisfy that and that that'll mean, RND invasion and marketing areas that three g capital have not been strong in and they'll need to develop their expertise in those areas going forward. So how Dave how did they do that? Especially when you're talking about a company that has a long list of kind of legacy products that have really been consumer Staples for for a half century. Well, let's look at that long list. And just make sure everybody knows what those brands are talking about craft which we've known for longtime. We're talking about Heinz talking about Oscar Mayer or Ida we talk about Philadelphia cream cheese. Yeah. Yeah. Close to home Maxwell house coffee jello. It goes on and on and on. So it is a long list that's their what I'm concerned about. And and I hear David saying they're going to have to change what it is that they do three g capital, and I worry about old dogs new tricks, and whether or not they're going to be able to change, but what it is that I'm concerned about when I look at it is how as you come in. And cut would typically if you come in and cut your marketing expenditures, UC some of that profit go to the bottom line, right? That happens because you're reducing your expenditures fine. But are you building for the future? And that's what they haven't been doing. And I totally agree with David. That's what they need to do. Just

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"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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"heinz" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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"heinz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It right hillard heinz or heinz it is howard hinds security risk management firm and i am the senior vice president fred barnes and mismanagement and we handle we develop workplace five minutes programs policies and we actually work active frick as whether someone poses a threat against the os executives or the employees so i think that natural instinct for anybody who witnesses a event like this and again if you're just joining us we're getting a continuing coverage of an active shooter situation in annapolis at the capital gazette newsroom where we have multiple injuries and fatalities reported we don't have specific set and we'll give it to you when we have specifics i think most of us look at this and then suddenly look around their own workplace and say wait a minute how how secure we hear what should a person do it what's the correct protocol in terms of notifying their business through hr through their boss and say hey you know we should we should look at how we're securing our workplace no doubt and again i reference up prevention and preparedness prevention you need to have workplace violence prevention policies in place an educated workforce to to be attuned to what are the warning signs of other your co workers or how siders having an unusual direction of interest in your company i would ask the company for those that work companies what our workplace violence prevention policies are those in place have we been trained on those and then in addition preparedness do we have have we ever practice in active shooter plan is there a safe place to run is there a safe place to hide all of those scenarios without being overly alarming to the workforce don't want to create a culture of fear the workforce but if you have the right prevention policies in place and are prepared for this type of incident either run hide or fight you're way ahead of the ballgame and hopefully more lives will be saved by being prepared for the same into that matthew durda you're going to be a busy man this afternoon appreciate you giving us some time and we might check back in with you later as this story develops thanks for joining us today thank you very much again he is retired us secret service special agent in charge of national threat assessment center and now does violence and risk.

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"heinz" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on WWL

"You connect with andy heinz so any heinz the director of one eight hundred we both had the same idea that's the really crazy thing i wanted to be a kid in school i wanted to be black and i wanted to be gay because i feel like does are like the most insane lives that our live in his country let alone a young black man by young gay man henny youngman or you know man obviously it's not just mandate can be a man or woman anybody who's going through this which is a young person in america dealing with all these people like you take all three of those things and incite day el nino like people really are going to rely in it's no wonder why you know people are taking their lives because of the insane things that go on that is just so scary and so many people aren't talking about so that's why i wanted to discuss it and i think gandhi did an amazing job what would you say to somebody listening right now to might be struggling with depression or suicidal talks i think anybody that can be listening right now something that i can say to them that that could be going through this are having these thoughts is whatever is going on whether is sexual abuse or trouble at work the fact that they don't have any money or they feel like there's nothing their minus thinking about that fake i can't do this i can't do this or i can have this or i wish i could i wish i wish i wish and their whole mind is just completely gis thrown into thinking about this thing to the point where they don't even want to think about in anymore they don't want to deal with it anymore and that seems like the best option however if i had given up at any of the lowest points in my life i would have never seen this day and i was in such a dark place that i couldn't see this light and that's the thing like i could see the light at the end of the tunnel and most joan so my advice is don't give up because you have not decided yet to live your life this you persevere and you continue things will get better as just a fact scars he'll ah what does it mean to you.

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"heinz" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on WWL

"You connect with andy heinz so any heinz the director of one eight hundred we both had the same idea that's the really crazy thing i wanted to be a kid in school i wanted to be black and i wanted to be gay because i feel like does are like the most sane lives that are live in his country let alone a young black man by young gay man henny youngman or you know may and obviously is not just mandate can be a man or woman anybody who's going through this which is a young person in america dealing with all these people like you take all three of those things and insight day of know like people really are going to rely and it's no wonder why you know people are taking their lives because of the insane things that go on that is just so scary and so many people aren't talking about so that's why i wanted to discuss it and i say gandhi did an amazing job what would you say to somebody listening right now to might be struggling with depression or suicidal talks i think anybody that could be listening right now uh something that i can say to them that's that could be going through this are having these thoughts is whatever is going on whether is sexual abuse or trouble at work the fact that they don't have any money or they feel like there's nothing their minus thinking about that say i can't do this i can't do this or i can have this or i wish i could i wish i wish i wish and they're whole mind is just completely gis thrown into thinking about this thing to the point where they don't even want to think about it anymore they don't want to deal with it anymore and that seems like the best option however if i had given up at any of the lowest points in my life i would have never seen this day and i was in such and dark place that i could see this light and that's the thing like i can see the light at the end of the tunnel and most joan so my advice is don't give up because you have not decided yet to live your life if you persevere and you continue things will get better as just a fact scars he'll nina what does it mean to you.

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"heinz" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on WEEI

"You connect with he heinz so any heinz the director of one eight hundred we both had the same idea that's the really crazy thing i wanted to be a kid in school i wanted to be black and i wanted to be because i feel like does her like to most insane lives that are live in his country let alone a young black man a young gay man and a young man or you know man obviously it's not just mandate can be a man or woman anybody who's going through this which is a young person in america dealing with all these people like you take all three of those things and incite you know like people really are going to rely and it's no wonder why people are taking their lives because it is sane things that go on that is just so scary and so many people aren't talking about so that's why i wanted to discuss it and i think andy did an amazing job what would you say to somebody listening right now it might be struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts i think anybody that can be listening right now uh something that i can say to them that that could be going through this are having these thoughts is whatever is going on whether his sexual abuse or trouble at work the fact that they don't have any money or they feel like there's nothing their minus thinking about zazi i can't do this i kid you this or i can have this i wish i could i wish i wish i wish and their whole mind is just completely gis thrown into seeking about this thing to the point where they don't even want to think about it anymore they don't want to deal with it anymore and that seems like the best option however if i had given up at any of the lowest points in my life i would have never seen this day and i was in such a dark place that i could see this light saying i can see the light at the end of the tunnel and most don't so my advice is don't give up because you have not decided yet to live your life if you persevere and you continue things will get better as just a fact scars he'll be what does it mean to you.

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