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"hellman" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

03:28 min | Last week

"hellman" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"Maybe you could tell me a little bit about how that came about. How people reacted now so one of the things that in twenty. What for in planning for twenty twenty. There were a few people that i had known and Locally where i live that we're planning on taking the exam so we had decided to set up a little tasting and steady group together before we all had gone And one of those or to those people were actually in in new york. When we had taken the exam one of them lived in. La at the time who i know you know very well Patty rogerson And she had moved on to another city and the other folks that have were planning on taking the exam in twenty twenty decided not to participate in twenty twenty one so patty and i had stayed in touch. We had known each other in the wine. World prior to via just from a sales the sales side of things where she was a buyer and i was selling wine to her for a while and we became friends from that side and stayed in touch and then clubhouse had started our stevie. Kim really got involved in wanted to get a lot more people involved in clubhouse right around the same time as we started talking about. How are we going to now that she was so far away. We couldn't do weekends together or weekend trips driving back and forth to study. How are we going to put this together. And really you know. Come up with a way that we can study and your clubhouse just started becoming a thing so we we decided to start our own little clubhouse group and we utilize the same outline that we had planned on using before and then it kind of started off as a chat online support group. If you will to up for people that had already taken the exam and didn't pass the first time and wanted to figure out a way to get there and you know talk about you know their own experiences but also there were so many new people coming in. It was a way to prepare. Prepare them as well of what you. This is what we did in. This is how we approach that the first time and it didn't work and then There and then more people jumped on board that had passed and into What works for them. And it really kind of grew into this really big support group of conversations of what works. How are we gonna how we all accomplish together. What does everybody need. and then that Helped with emails back and forth. We started a google drive that everyone could access with. We gave assignments so we had gotten up to believe it was about twenty people in the group from all over and then basically split italy up into assignments and put them on the google drive and made little mock exams. That was part of everyone's assignment. Everyone had to make a mini exam based off of the same format of what the va exam was so you know if it was a you have to come up with ten question..

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"hellman" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

04:53 min | Last week

"hellman" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"Welcome to the italian put cost. This is the voices series with me. Rebecca learns this week. I am so stoked. Because i have with me an amazing woman in wide here honestly i admire has so much jodi. Welcome to the puck cost. Thank you so much rebecca. I admire you as well. And i'm really glad to be a part of the series..

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"hellman" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"hellman" Discussed on Seattle Now

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Cambridge-based Moderna shipping millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Cambridge-based Moderna shipping millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine

"States to vaccines air circulating one from Moderna, based here in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The other from Fizer. However, the difference between the two vaccines is minimal. W kw TV TV reporter Tevis to Hellman. Phyllis reports from Oklahoma City as the vaccines are very comparable. The main difference being how these vaccines are stored. The Madonna vaccine gives US options to send it to locations that do not have the Storage capability for Fizer. But whichever vaccine is administered there virtually is no difference. Their research is so unbelievably similar. When you look at it. It's hard to tease them out from each other. So medical professionals do not have a preference between those two is to which you get In Massachusetts over 35,000 doses have been administered and over 59,000 doses of visors vaccine have been shipped to the state and over 87,000 of Madonnas.

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Trump, Biden battle over quick confirmation of court pick

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Trump, Biden battle over quick confirmation of court pick

"President trump is acknowledging confirmation of his Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett may not go smoothly prospects appear dim for Democrats to slow it down we must not act on this nomination to the American people finish the process they're already begun noting that early voting is underway at a news conference Sunday Joe Biden implored voters let your current senators no if you want to be heard before a vote on confirmation of new justice into GOP senators someone your conscience stand up for the people stand up for our jury system of checks and balances with senator Dick Durbin the democratic whip tells ABC's this week we can slow it down perhaps a matter of hours maybe days at the most but we can't stop the outcome university of Pittsburgh law professor Arthur Hellman cautions there are political limits on Democrats at some point obstruction job for its own sake looks bad Ben Thomas Washington

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An Interview with RJ Houman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform

Phil Valentine

10:56 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with RJ Houman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform

"You were just talking about immigration and the trump administration's maybe a little bit harder for you to just come over here and sponge off the government which is a good thing R. J. a Hellman almonds that ring okay if from fear is with this to chat a little bit about this and some other things to about your foreign guest workers in this kind of stuff to RJ how are you pretty good how are you I'm doing well Helman right that's it all right so you deserve this spring court ruling last week you can't sponge off the government leaves to make a little bit harder to sponsor of government good news as far as your organization's concern right absolutely administration's done a lot on many facets of the immigration debate you know legal immigration down the border everything spiking up last may we've been month after month of decline in making it harder for people to come up here and take taxpayer benefits but there are some areas where they are falling short in a critical election year right winger well again establishment lawmakers and the ministration of thistles who are beholden to business interests are about to strike yet again it's got a lot of coverage in in conservative media not on at twenty here in Washington where Mick Mulvaney president's chief of staff for giving a private speech in London and he said and I'll quote him on that we are desperate desperate for more people we are running out of fuel for the economic growth that we've had in our nation over the last four years and we need more immigrants are still topic at a time machine the twenty sixteen will president trump made his famous address in Phoenix where he laid out his immigration platform probably something that contributed to him getting elected he blasted Hillary Clinton early meeting with donors and lobbyists and he said he crafted his plan with the input of federal immigration officers through immigration experts and not those who represent workers and corporations well now you're the chief of staff who supported the establishment who once and let the legal immigration into this country you know he called for reforming the legal immigration system to serve the best interests of America and its workers now people do not want to do that yeah the economy is getting better we do have the blue collar boom but that blue collar boom is when wages increase for workers corporations and business interests do not like that the American people do it's essential if president trump wants a second term he needs to keep the blue collar wages growing at the fastest rate in years and not give immigration related handouts to employers who despite the tight labor market you gotta keep helping American workers not them all right well the let's let me play devil's advocate let's just say we got the folks who are looking to do a certain job and they literally can't find me by me what what do they do but then I mean it's one thing to say Hey we're gonna pay you more because of the tight labor market but right what if you just can't find folks to do stuff well here's the thing that you know people always like to say when people make comments like that they're only referring to low skilled manual labour not high skilled foreign workers that isn't true they're pushing for more low skilled labor as forcefully as for calling for more high skilled labor this is something that is double pronged there's a lot of people who are still on the sidelines tens of millions who have not fully entered the labor market yet the only thing to get many people off the sidelines it went benefits are increased wages are increased as well we have to keep tightening the labor market it is a good thing no we understand there are some industries you know what agriculture and things like that where can it is tough to get workers but again it would even be better to automate moved to canonization and some of those industries what rather than having an endless supply of cheap foreign labor coming in here who also rely on taxpayer benefits but again we see that that the white collar level as well you know you have stem workers people are getting fired good to replace them with H. one Z. that was going to be wrong yeah I mean look at this thing your disease having people on your train their own replacement which is you know the human being absolutely you know the lay off three hundred American tech workers and then they'll replace them all with a an Indian people on H. one B. visa or outsource those jobs and again it's at the same time out of the same other side of the mouth we're saying that American children are must grow up and go to college and use stem majors and then when they enter the labor market they're competing with cheaper foreign workers at the same time you you people calling for more armed foreign students going to our colleges and were you staple a green card to him right after they graduate again we need to tighten the labor market even more we're seeing so much economic growth right now it's it's great for our country as a whole and it's great for the president's reelection prospects but again why did he hire so many establishment people and administration officials who don't care about what got him elected all they care about is rewarding to business interests that have fueled the GOP the for decades before he got there yeah I've had this discussion back and forth with listeners in the email we talk about on the radio to when people say you know and I say look there may come a time and we may be there I don't know it's hard to tell from from the labor market when we need to when we need the import some folks but I would like to see you at that point like you talked about in the beginning there are J. when when wages go up I mean you see all of a sudden where you can go work for you know what what was normally a twelve dollar an hour job and now it's twenty dollar an hour job and going okay we're now we're seeing some of that squeeze and then we see then you can't find and buy things okay no matter what I pay I can't find anybody that people all over your example of that is is famous I mean or not all the details on this is a little bit ago there's that famous big ice raid at that chicken plant down and this is where a lot of where a lot of illegal aliens lost their jobs that company was putting banners up in that town and and doubling the pay and people were taking the line up around the block to forty on the block that stuff that will keep happening they just don't want to go down that path many either actually your permanent guest workers at the permanent legal immigration flow that they want but even the guest worker right can we see this all the time they think all the H. two B. visa seasonal employment visas when you come here and it didn't we they they have it the industry lobbied for an increase in it Congress gave the administration the authority to do that they did the increase and the visas that were part of the increase won't even all use they gave about thirty thousand the use about ten thousand less so they're out there clamoring in the streets we need more workers we need more pieces and give it to him and then they don't even use them all I mean it's just ridiculous situation we see it every year but this is crucial I mean the blue collar boom you mentioned it repeatedly in the state of the union if you want to keep it going don't fail out people who are now but yet that they have to pay American workers more so how do we do I mean if you say they're not giving away all the vases then that should you know that should be a good thing I would guess is they're not competing against American workers if they are not giving out all the visas why they're asking for more what we're asking for more than a weather asking for for two for increased eligibility and things like that me for example might be the programs called each to be a lot of people who are clamoring for more the speakers are actually from Peru seasonal employment areas for example a five week fishing season up in Alaska but you know who uses the vast majority of those visas landscapers in Texas and Florida and I know plenty of people in Texas and Florida they mow their lawns year round those aren't true seasonal jobs we we understand I mean if you're heading up to Maine and you're doing and some fishery job as well stuff like that truly is seasonal but we have some programs out there at the H. one B. H. two B. that are so white there is so much widespread abuse the administration and have done a little on the regulatory front but there's still so much to be done I mean if you want to do you any increase in good faith reform the program's first stop the abuse you can't just grant the wishes for these business interests in an election year with the hope that the line your pockets even more we're talking with our R. G. Hellman from of fear when it comes to the drug cartels and things like this we making progress on that as far as I know we're building some border wall and let me forget that I hear you and colder complains about that all the time making fun but basically what I understand is there were fences there the high traffic areas they're replacing those events as with actual barriers what I think is a good thing you gonna put him up where there's the highest traffic first and we've seen a slowdown and went out of course I can we can gripe all we want about the progress in the legal immigration from but again what the administration has done here is absolutely amazing what we saw order number that a thirteen year high last may we see decreases every single month since with zero help from Congress because Democrats love open borders they don't care who comes here and they don't want to address the crisis they've done all they can from policy changes if you look at all Walton portent yet we do need to beef up you know the existing fencing we have in some areas and I'm like and I think that is very important the ministrations done all they can they be reprogrammed money that wasn't them useless thanks if you will enter the military budget to actually defend our homeland not other countries only in the broad they've done all they can but our big fear here as well it Congress will eventually need to act in close a lot of loopholes it's really drive this crisis a future president could come in and got everything the administration done to make sure our asylum programs are to be used to make sure people just can't come up here that was a big fear filled with the border as well all they have to do rather than climbing over a wall they just have to walk into reported injuries and say Hey I claim asylum and and abuse our system and they've made great steps in to shore up the integrity of our system to make sure if we are helping people that are claiming asylum they actually deserve it they're not just coming up because they're an economic migrants well that's the thing I mean people say Williams violence or whatever and there's violence everywhere I mean you'd have people in Chicago want to go to Bel Air I'm sure because the violence but you know we just can't live there by him because there's violence and then they got to be persecuted mind standing is specifically these people sought out by their government or other factions and that's just not the case with most these folks seeking asylum now everybody in the northern triangle again it's coming up here is an economic migrant and you know I'd argue too that they put themselves up even up to more abuse you you Mexican cartels you know that are driving the cartels smugglers human traffickers drive them up and commit even more crimes and and and inflict a lot of damage upon these people are coming up again what they're doing essentially is country shopping if you were a true refugee or asylum in your wing persecution are terrible a situation in the country Europe country shopping okay when you get to Mexico you should rejoice because there's many areas there that are

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"hellman" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I don't have children the nine thirty children present my friends of children and pets and I concept because of what the experience to bring the baby home however what I do see over and over again is wet people don't know what to do when the new baby arrives and what they could do with the pets and generally they just bring that baby Hellman chistes hope and see if it all works out personally and being the type of person that I am I to be well prepared I mean I have what we call the calls in protocols is just for me but but basically if we always do it this way will never make a mistake when it comes up past sins at the end of the main protocol we have is we never opened the door to a house unless that garage door is down and touches the ground with the going in but they were going out we do not I mean it I think it makes him crazy I think it does and I just said don't deviate from the protocol says will make a mistake and you don't want to mistake in Kiev at safe and not make those mistakes of a of these protocols so for me hi I think that's really risky like you just got to hope it all works out with the baby and you have pets and obviously it's risky for the safety of your baby and secondly what's if it doesn't work out and then you just think well let's give it to my dog and that's a terrible scenario as well my family is comprised of people and animals and there is a way to make it all work and and and.

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Raiders' Antonio Brown Loses Helmet Grievance

Rick and Bubba Show

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Raiders' Antonio Brown Loses Helmet Grievance

"Yeah the next most noted story is about the writers and a B. he yesterday it's me brown Antonio brown yeah lost his grievance with the NFL over wearing his old helmet the Oakland Raiders receiver should return to the team's training camp soon he's also been dealing with the frostbitten feet we've heard about that into cryotherapy mishap in France last month he has not been with the writers since being limited in practice and leaving early on July thirtieth now he took to social media yesterday to address the decision he says while I disagree with the arbitrator's decision I'm working on getting back to full health and looking forward to read joining my teammates on the field I'm excited about this season appreciate all the concerns about my feet you know this is kind of surprising looking at looking at some of it and first of all I can't yet I mean I watched the first episode of hard knocks and I think it was the first ever so which everyone was on you too thank you and so it's like they they references cryotherapy problem but they never tell you how it happened yeah yeah yeah some mystery illness and maybe in part two there's nobody want us the now what happened I mean it's obviously was frostbitten which means he didn't have his free covered probably I can figure that out but I wish I would so much a woman into an amp yeah I was in France yeah I I'm you know it they never put socks owner I don't have the first ever so they just said he had given everybody knowledge it was Carl that is a major cause of the yeah a man in the second half so what should be a as it today one is I don't know I'm not sure but you're right I was talking to my my boys at the house and I'm like you know we're just talking it through and I'm like how in the world can somebody of his caliber that has probably had more trainers work on him in his career high death it was his first time now really unsupervised step in one of those without proper footwear on and I wish to discuss what does he have wanted is high what does he have one brother he did envy in France it was in France yeah he was on vacation and he he basically he had to get in there without foot protection right but whoever owned it they just don't they monitor who's getting in and out I messed up Antonio brown's fate in my I mean is somebody I could make out well for them or maybe had a friend over there this together Omar yeah you got it something like that but I was from I would just tell us and the the other thing here that doesn't make sense this complaint about the helmet deal this was doing to begin with the arbitrator went with the league only S. which is the way they're supposed to have like a dollar safety and yeah you want me but the players union was one warning site for guards genetec their heads and you know you had rule changes you had money dished out and you had equipment changes so I mean really this is Caroline you know the players union office and hate a brief look we're the ones pushing for the US but yeah we're your representative so well I was look I I know you you change in that stuff you may not be happy the way it feels or whatever but surely there's some version of the helmet and work yeah well this is what's don't understand me surprising I guess it's you it's just a different time and get coaches I grin I guess have adjusted when you look at how Gruden handle this he really was very very understanding didn't make a fuss about it you know and I'm looking here it in and and look I think he's playing soccer well that's what I'm I was at the point I was making I think he's because you look at so they they trade for a third and fifth round pick in March from from the Pittsburgh Steelers and then fifty million dollars million contract to two now he he was gonna retire if you would allow the words Hellman and he said the that he he argued the helmet as you said made him feel safe and and he said that he had gotten a legal yet and he thought that helmet work what was supposed to and he just felt more comfortable in it and Joe said he didn't like the way the new helmet protruding thought it you know hampered his vision now think about it fifty point one two five male you for you you spin on this player he has participated in one pre practice walk through on July twenty eight and he he was limited on July thirtieth the writers have practiced eleven times in one exhibition game and they have had nothing but one walk through with one one minor practice with bright fifty million and and we're not getting a lot of we've we've got about a practice and a half out of and the greeting says he's supporting a base and he has a strong feeling about what he what he wears only say it we're supporting you and then he said we also understand the league's position as well and we're in a tough spot we hope Antonio will be here soon he's excited to be around I'm excited you know we got place form we will start calling the place and I'm paraphrasing that button so you know the coaches you you rarely see them go against the player unless it's just something that's very cancers to the internal team operations they always let some by higher at the bad guy if you'll notice that that's

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"hellman" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"I would say pretty much turmoil now. That was what was it was october thirteenth twenty eleven that was that long ago oh my god matching right and i think the the best thing i did for you was introduced you to send people so you know marshall goldsmith who became your coach the most famous leadership coach in the world he. Why did you yeah. He didn't need a new that was us. You still keep in touch with yeah yeah bill hellman you know great great guy who's the g._m. Saw all the things that was going on in my life and all the problems and he really did try to help me out and there was a lot of tough stuff going on and i didn't think there was any way out and jim just sort of made sure that there was contact and communicating and introduced me to marshall and he was your executive. She was my coach and i was not not prepared for the marshalls metallic. I've been seeing a psychiatrist and getting therapy all of these things things but i was not ready for what you are introducing whatever let's just do this and get it done and i actually have never thank you enough right right or or even marshall and marshall would be very happy to hear this. I very grateful and thankful for doing that because i don't know where i'd be that didn't happen if i actually didn't get on that plane right and all of these things were just sort of raises edge of a decision and i can't believe when i just think about it i was like wow off because marshall really in his own way made me grow up as a business person right and i don't know what would you say marshal's like what he what does he do because it's not like a traditional business coach when i was at dartmouth i met marshall and marshall was teaching at the tuck school. The business and marshall has coached like all the great c._e._o.'s he's coached allan mulally when he was at forty coached all the walmarts and so he is the the man dan in leadership coaching and i asked him if he'd coach me and he did and you know as usually charges a lot of money just because that's that's what that's what the folks in that world do. They charged me nothing and he continues to coach me today and it's the most fundamental lesson in leadership. Which is if you're not ready. If you don't don't have the humility to hear how people experience you right between your eyes rick directly between your eyes and then commit to humbly going forward asking for help and getting better then you're going to have trouble as a leader. You know you've got to start with humility to take the feedback rights three sixty session. There's a whole bunch of really famous ceos who've gone through the marshall goldsmith three sixty session and they all have just these terrible stories about how unbelievably humiliating was because when you hear mark marshall has this wonderful way of getting information from people either that you report to that that report you in he he di personalizes all that but he presents it to you in a way that you think oh my god. They weren't supposed to see that. I was thinking that but nobody was supposed to see that so you see it directly how other people see you and then you gotta make the decision. I going to get better. Am i not going to get better and if i'm gonna get better than it's gonna require another act of humility and it's <hes> the processes has made we remember right dave. You're not allowed to say no but or contradict him right cursing cursing spine but if you contradict him because he says it's not about arguing with you you're just going to have to listen you have to put money on the table and then that money goes to your favorite charity right so <hes> leadership is lots of people say stuff leaderships about humility ability and it was really interesting to your conversation with a lot of it was about management leadership riot because that's what happens what happens is the minute. You stepped into into this other role. It's all about people l. about how you manage people how you talk to people how people respond to you and i was like the early part of my career. I spent all my time trying trying to deliver these healthcare programs in the slums of peru in haiti and in the russian prison system. That's what i was doing just doing that stuff but then soon as you move from that it's it's really about how you inspire and lead people and you gotta keep getting the feedback. That's just the hard part of it. You gotta keep digging into the deepest depths of how you're feeling and then how that translates to other people and that's the most difficult active humility that i can imagine imagine it was very very hard and like he was having your pro bono client and then you ask marshall and i was just shocked that any of this was happening opening you work very hard to make sure it happened and i became like next pro bono and there's no way i could afford it marshall and i had no idea who he was and then you go to these meetings and you see all these men and women titans of industry like what and then you in a room and you know what i own some restaurants gyms you know saving the poverty crisis in the world and it was funny to see almost every single person when you do these order you know the you do with these group dinners to have the same prop right right which was shock and you know the the other problem is that when you're in top of an organization the flow of information to you gets really really cut off you just don't hear honest feedback and also there's nobody to talk to about what i should do next so that the groups upset marshall formed of ceo's who have been coached by him. You know remember we hosted some of them at the world bank group great now and that's still a community that i i that i rely on today was the right word. There's a lot of sort of snake oil in in that whole world now with marshall. Marshall is a totally different kind of approach to it all together. I try to explain to people what i learned for marshall and when i could get his ear and basically was things that i already knew about myself that i was shitty communicator. I was not responsible enough for my actions but there was a discrepancy between what i knew and what i acted upon but just because i knew it didn't mean i did it and most importantly i learned. I was a total fucking astle. Really what martial does he gets these c._e._o.'s when no one ever says anything negative about is no problem telling you people hate your guts well he. He's you know the way the way marcia would say at as he takes high performing people and helps them performance much higher level. You were pretty high-performing can let me just go back. Though there's a lot of talk about korean parents. You've talked about it on on these podcasts as well but i just wanna. I say i think korean american kids in korean-american. Young people should give their parents break right so what. What were they really saying. My dad said the same thing to me as a story. I've told many times but you know. I was really interested in politics. My mother was a philosopher. I was just i remember watching the speeches of martin luther king. I mean i'm that old. I mean so so i i saw that stuff and so i was really interested in politics and my father was a dentist my mother philosopher right the first semester that i came back from brian. I transferred abroad so it was as in my sophomore year my dad sets a study and he expected biology or something like that and i said i'm going to study philosophy and political science and i'm going to become a politician and he literally pulled the car over to the side of the road and said look when you finish your residency. You can study anything right now. You know the funny thing is when i tell this story to an american audience everybody cracks up when i tell the story to an audience of older korean-americans nobody laughs man. They just shake their heads and said he he was right right and he'd say things to look. He was a waiter at patricia murphy's in new york city in the early nineteen fifties right he came here. He was in dental school but he didn't have any money so hit away tables at night and so he felt like look. I know what this country's like and he would. He would talk like this is. If you think that someone money's gonna pay you a chinaman to listen to what you think about politics and philosophy. You're crazy. Go medical school. Get a degree then. When you come out you can do anything you want and so father died fairly early. He was fifty seven but he saw me get into this m._v._p. Program where i was going to study anthropology and and for him he was so proud he said that's okay because you're gonna get your medical degree. You can literally do anything you want but i don't want the world to be able to take stuff away from you so why would they. Why would your parents think that because during the war and i'm in the process of a long the process of writing a book about the experience of my parents and they were both refugees and they were living in a time when anything could be taken away from them at any time so the sense so do something stable that they can't take away from you. That's pretty real. I you know you talk to. Many of my mentors at harvard. Medical school were jewish now in their seventies and eighties and they said look that's exactly what our parents told us because they also felt that at any given time antisemitism could raise its head. They can take everything everything away from you so go and get something in can take away from you so i would say i'm so glad that comedians are doing well now making fun of asian parents but have you know nineteen fifty five nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty was the postwar period career was one of the poorest countries in the world. They were so poor in the world. Bank didn't give them alone until sixty two because up until sixty two they said korea's hopeless. There's no way that the republic of korea will ever be able to pay back alone there too. Poor the two hundred it's only the agricultural area and so you gotta think about your parents from a mindset of time when the country was so poor that couldn't even can get a world bank loan. I think about this more now because i'm a dad and i obviously have at times a strange relationship with my own man dan because i've also entered the restaurant business business that he never wanted to be an he wanted to be a pro golfer all these things and i think now about you know unfavorable rebel stories i have with my dad and a lot of which is stuff that i've talked to my shrink about over the years and i've had harbored a lotta anger and i still do but when i just sort of get to that edge of being just very very upset. I always have to remind myself like a week later my man. I didn't lose lose anyone to a war. Absolutely you know like yeah. I can't even imagine i never thought i have never asked asked my dad what it was like to come out of the korean war yeah 'cause. I just can't do it because it would just be too much. Sorrow yeah and i was like man. What's wrong with me. Your dad's a great man. How many restaurants do you own an eight or nine restaurants in washington but it was a lot of restaurants right and so here he was thinking about the problems he had getting raw materials right. I mean he probably had to negotiate everything that he was doing his way and with people who didn't want him to be successful right with people who use competing with and then <hes> the car wash right. He's still goes out. I understand and he's still like wash his car a mini. Maybe not now what he did to over did well you know well into his later years and the experience was my mother was a was a refugee and she lost her her mother during the war she's thirteen and her you know her youngest sister was just a baby and so they had to literally be taken a truck to inchon harbor and they went down to cadeau to get away from the war and my father escaped by himself the age of nineteen middle of the night he knew one of the border crossing guards so he he came him by himself. <hes> over the border and somehow got himself into dental school. There was only one don't school at the time <hes> university school and those memories is. I think he always feared that we weren't we weren't experiencing enough hardship to be tough enough to survive in this world you guys talk about <hes> growing up in different parts i from my perspective david you and around the park had it so easy. 'cause you grew up in cosmopolitan. Cities grew up in a small town in iowa right and you can imagine that is to tell people well so what was it like growing up in iowa well. My father was a dentist. My mother was educated. We were good students. I played football basketball. That's my that's my favorite every store. Would you go back to the football team but it green guy career quarterback and football team and graduated nineteen seventy eight. That's what i would tell everyone right. Did you know dr kim quarterback of the football team in iowa okay. I wish i could take credit for but we had longest. Losing streak in the nation doesn't matter matter data okay but you you were serious. I mean you were a serious football player right and i remember i remember thomas. Remember my older son when he was like twelve or thirteen thirteen. He was playing on the football team because he didn't have a lot of the other skills he was offensive. Linemen which you were right and you told told him try to go right before the quarterbacks hut so it's like you're sharing with him even when he was thirteen. Write these little secrets and you were you want underplay college football serious. I quit like day to no no but that's just what i did. I just didn't play golf and then unexpectedly. I guess i got good at football but i was also not good enough to be the next level and i think you wish dream..

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 Man faces prison time for wife's disappearance during honeymoon

The South Florida Morning Show

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Man faces prison time for wife's disappearance during honeymoon

"Louis Ben will be sentenced today in Miami, federal court after pleading to involuntary manslaughter his wife Isabela Hellman of Delray Beach, just declared dead by a judge after the couple sailboat sank in the Atlantic during their honeymoon in may of twenty six seventeen helman's body. Never found Bennett was accused of intentionally sinking the boat. They have a daughter who's in the care of benet's parents. He faces up to eight years in prison for Isabel death and sentenced today in Miami at nine o'clock

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China's Close Government-Business Ties Are A Key Challenge In U.S. Trade Talks

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:46 min | 2 years ago

China's Close Government-Business Ties Are A Key Challenge In U.S. Trade Talks

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society. Washington DC does your wealth manager measure up a CFA charter holder. Does they have the investment expertise to unlock opportunities? Other advisers might not see learn more at the right question dot org. US trade talks with China face, a fundamental problem. The two countries are negotiating to end trade war was triggered by President Trump's demand for better terms. Now, it's easy for the Chinese to say promise to buy more US goods. They've got the money, but it's hard for China to alter a basic fact of its economy, unlike the US government, China's government owns half the country's largest companies and many receive big subsidies that is the advantage. The United States wants China to give up NPR's gyms rolling reports. Michael Korch, mar runs a company that makes travel bags and briefcases. It's been in his family for four generations over the years. He has watched one company after another in his feet. We'll go out of business, and for those that survive, or it means you lose I lived it. We lost. We had five hundred people employed in the US, and we went down to five Korch Marseille big problem for companies like his brutal competition from Chinese rivals. He says they can undercut his prices because they're subsidized by their government. And this is at the heart of the current trade talks the extent to which China props up its companies just last week. Massachusetts congressman Richard Neal who heads the powerful House Ways, and means committee spoke about it, the China that we trade with and compete with today is very different from the one that we had hoped would emerge. China's economy which has taken on some market characteristics remains fundamentally state directed. More than half of China's biggest companies are owned by the government. They include essential sectors, like railroads energy shipbuilding and telecommunications like government officials also maintained strong ties to. Private companies says Jennifer Hillman of Georgetown, University Law Center, they're able to direct resources and push resources into those industries in those entities that they are trying to favor Hellman notes that communist party members sit on the board of virtually every big Chinese company, the four largest banks are controlled by the government, Mark. Woo of Harvard Law School says even when a Chinese company is privately-owned it works hard to stay in Beijing's. Good graces people understand what the objectives are in Vail operate within those confines. It's especially true when the state exerts strong of control over the key elements of the economy as the Chinese economy still does it wasn't supposed to be this way when China joined the World Trade Organization in two thousand one it agreed to reform it system to become more free market, but Patrick show Vanik of Silvercrest asset management says events of the past decade have made China more confident about its own system in the wake of two thousand. And eight financial crisis. China took a different look at what it's economic model should look like and a model that was more state-driven looked a lot more attractive to them under president Xi Jinping, the government's role in the economy has only gotten bigger US officials say these policies violate the spirit if not the letter of trade law and they've pressed Beijing to stop subsidising businesses. But the ties between the government and business in China can be okay. So Vanik says Chinese officials know how to give preferential treatment of their own companies at the expense of outsiders without leaving their fingerprints anywhere. They will just say, well, there's a slowdown in inspections of this type of product from your country. It's for safety. It makes it hard for the you didn't turn around and say, okay, you're engaging in an elective because there's complete deniability Harvard's, Mark. Woo says the Trump administration needs to be realistic about what it can achieve too. The extent were expecting major fundamental structural reforms. That's going to be very difficult to obtain because they see this governance structure as having been vital for both their political economic successes. Woo says China believes it's economic model has served the country. Well, and it's not going to give it up easily. And that means US trade negotiators have their work cut out for them. Jim zarroli NPR news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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Private equity firms win over Scout24 with improved $6.4 billion bid

Masters in Business

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Private equity firms win over Scout24 with improved $6.4 billion bid

"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds Marquette. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the Sweden forty six year old share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer

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Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds market. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the sweeten forty six year share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer Tobias Hartmann, Greg Jarrett, Bloomberg radio

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"hellman" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"But at the same time, there is kind of small cache of these these films on outside, you know, we're not talking like, Kenneth Anger's and John waters here, but filmmakers, like Monte Hellman. Dennis hopper. And I guess to an extent Eka probably include Apocalypse Now with that kind of right at the end. Really? Would you? Using that what came their way to something really quite different and daring and bold. And this is kind of the puffy ISIS of that. I mean, we got to see awesome wells is the other side of the wind last month. And while that felt like this kind of explosion of form Dennis. I think that the same sort of thing back, then I mean, the movie wasn't seen for years. I mean, David you telling me about first time you saw. I mean, the first time I saw it was maybe I think in two thousand seventy today, we this random coal from some of the ICA I was working at time L, and they said we've just found the film cans of a copy of the last movie in the bottom of the locker they've been stored really badly. But we're going to give him a kind of run out just to see what the print looks. Do. You wanna come down and watch it? Yeah. Sure. So we it was it was just like the four of us down there watching this film. I mean, you said it looked like beat root. I remember it urine. It was like someone had like urinate into the film cans and then close the cans and the celluloid head kind of yellowed up. Maybe less year in more kind of tobacco stained I remember being completely baffled by that not necessary in a bad way. But yeah, it was kind of similar to like anything I'd seen. I mean in a sort of most basic narrative terms, I guess the movie is about film crew in Peru that are making a movie directed by Samuel fuller who but presume is playing himself fuller for the first half hour, or so, and it's kind of steeped in the rituals filmmaking, which is an intercut with the rituals of the local people, and that religion and processions and so forth and Dennis hopper is a is a stuntman Kansas who's working and just generally getting in the way of Sam in the film. He's making and that film crew shuts down and just like the beginning of the wild bunch. We ever big violent opening then all the kids just start recreating it with that toys in the sand. The local. People start fashioning film cameras and lights out of bamboo and go about creating their own rituals. And so on based on what they've seen the film crew doing so that's kind of on the most broadest narrative level, which doesn't really get you very far with local preecessor, Kansas. You've got to come and help them. That's it from high reality. This is this is the weird aspect of the film. I thought it rides on this idea that these Perivian locals, I mean, maybe maybe you can clarify this watching again it rise in this ID of the locals not having any sense of fill in the difference between reality and fiction from watching the Hollywood production being made and people being killed and people being hurt. That's what she happening. There's a sequence in the film where he's teaching them. How to do stunt punches actually physically Smashing Bashing each other in the faith, and he's like, no, no, we don't actually do it for real. But still there is they turn that into a kind of theatre. Yeah. Yeah. Stranger of pain. I mean, it's again, I think all of these levels again only kind of take you so far because there's this parent Delo like narrative level that's happening about what whether we'll actually. And then, of course, you have this all of these themes of exploitation of an American film.

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No Plans Of Leaving: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Fires Back At Critics

CNBC's Fast Money

03:55 min | 2 years ago

No Plans Of Leaving: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Fires Back At Critics

"So you're not stepping down this chairman. That's not the plan. That's not the plan would anything change that. I mean. Like eventually over time. I mean, I'm not going to I'm not going to be doing this forever. But, but I certainly not currently thinking that that makes sense. That was Hayes CEO Mark Zuckerberg standing his ground on CNN last night amid the controversy surrounding the company, but it's not just sucker brook who's been fighting back. The stock has actually rallied in the past two days. Even as a broader market saw red so quick this mean the worst is over for the company. Karen, yes. Well, I hope so because I am long the stock kudos Tim who's been reading a lot of editor on that topic. I think I think Mark Zuckerberg is the right person to lead them out of this. And when I think about other CEO's that have been able to, you know, really take some punches but turn around. Oscar Munoz was only ten or eleven months ago, we were all pretty negative on Oscar Munoz and his ability to lead. United Airlines turned it around Steve Jobs, the most famous probably right left, the company came back. And now look at apple one sixty could have been to thirty but whatever and then Howard show. So I think this kind of founder CEO not Oscar Munoz, but is is really important to the business. Plus you can't vote him out. Right. He owns Dunkelberg, quote about this is a real board though. Right. They don't have some it's out a tesla kind of bored. But that that must controls. This is a real board. I know you've got Ken Chenault, an Erskine Bowles and Susan. Desma hellman. This is a real board. So I would be very very very concerned if they kicked him out very, I don't think that should happen at all. I liked that the stock is rod in the last two days, the valuations very cheap. I think earnings will come down for sure. But that's in there. Mark Zuckerberg may be the CEO and may be there forever because there's voting share structure, but these are these comparisons really comparable only because right now, the company is facing potential legislation regulation that would change the way their core business fair for business operates. I'm so so let's say let's say Starbucks for some reason lawmakers were infuriated by how they brewed their coffee and said, you gotta be this x y and z to you know, to make sure that the caffeine contents not is not too high or whatever I mean, doesn't that sort of change that will change the model somebody I mean? Radha moment where you're thinking is the model going to change the motto could change, right. That could happen. I mean think about Microsoft facing a multi year antitrust the motto could change here. This is not a crazy price for this business. Even if it is chopped up. I don't even know exactly what the best way to do that would be. But you know, the multiple is not high the cash is enormous the businesses still very solid business with I understand the margins are coming down, but still significant margins here. So, you know, but you wonder when crisis management, I mean, this stock is crashed effectively. I mean, if you look at it, we can say what we want. But it's it was two hundred and five dollars stock six months ago straight in one hundred thirty seven dollars. Now, that's pretty significant move. And then when you have the Mark Benny off of the world calling it basically making a comparison to nicotine, that's a real problem. So I don't think most Zucker Brooks made himself a lot of friends, and I think people coming out of the woodwork now to take shots. I just think that this. This is a crisis of trust. I think it's, you know, here's let me say something positive about Facebook. They're not alone. But I do think that Facebook whose core product is being held into question is being singled out the most. And I think they should be when I consider corporate governance, and I think about how people should be thinking about a stock which core product is been at risk this entire time. And they haven't disclosed that to us. I think this company deserves a bigger beating I think also investors need to start evaluating companies Naveh different investment metric in their toolbox to be assessing cyber risk at companies, especially technology company.

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"hellman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Closing numbers were better than the opening numbers bloomberg's tracy jonky will join us in a minute but first story a federal judge in springfield massachusetts is considering a challenge to a fema deadline that would end shelter help for roughly two thousand hurricane maria evacuees still living in hotels here in massachusetts according to mass live judge timothy hellman heard arguments by phone filed on behalf of puerto rican residents advocates on saturday requested a national injunction that's the day fema benefits were scheduled to run out for hurricane victims from the us territory tom cuddy standing by with a look at sports on this monday a lot of world cup soccer surprises certainly over the weekend what's happening today he'll have the scores and more but right now it's over to tracy jonky of bloomberg business hi tracy pay their laurie investors spent much of the day on edge about trade with china canada europe something took the edge off because at the end of the day the dow is up thirty five points at twenty four thousand three hundred seven nasdaq's up fifty seven points the some peas up eight no signs yet of trade war impact on us factories in june manufacturing expanded by more than forecast according to the institute for supply management that expansion mash the second highest rate since two thousand four dell is going to be available to shareholders once again after five years.

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"hellman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Culture wars tomorrow about obama and the culture wars on thursday with donna brazile today how much did george w bush contribute to the culture wars before the election of obama in two thousand eight my guest for today is longtime bush supporter and someone who you might say has two generations of culture wars experience john paradores is a staple of the conservative press a new york post columnist weekly standard contributor and editor of commentary magazine some of you know that his father norman patriots was also editor of commentary from nineteen sixty to nineteen ninetyfive and norman was a major culture wars figure in his heyday he was one of the original socalled neo conservatives that is people who used to consider themselves liberal but then got disillusioned with the left in fact let's replay before we bring on john part of a clip that we had last week in this series of norman paradorn talking on c span in one thousand nine hundred nine about his book whose title says a lot ex friends falling out with allen ginsberg lionel diana trilling lillian hellman hannah arendt and norman mailer i was hated much more than people who were then to the ride in me say like bill buckley since he had always been an enemy i was i was a new enemy and i regarded my all my old friends as a continuing threat to what much of what i now believed in hell deer and so it was kind of non negotiable difference and not just of opinion about small matters or particularities but if a whole sense of life a whole sense of the world you know but mainly focused on the nature and character of.

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"hellman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Is the containerization of an application explain what draft does and how i can use it okay so we talked a lot about hellman and manifest draft is interesting because it fits another niche in the developer space we talked a lot about you have to have containers and helm needs to end and communities need service composition for those containers there's a bunch of variables that have to do with how many of them you want so in the problem there is something you asked about in the beginning which was one of the kind of the difficulties for developers in one is really most validated is not done in containers in this container thing is very hot in this hot for good reason but you gotta remember that most people are still not doing containers yet and most applications are not built to a micro services approach and as we start embracing whether you're a younger developer trying to move quickly or whether you're participate in larger team that has applications want to migrate containers to take advantage of benefits you don't really want to spend all your time learning how to build containers or even worse learning how to configure kuba netease it's not that you should you should knowledge is good these are just tools but it turns out that getting started is every bit as important as it is mastering the tool set in draft is a tool that does two things mainly it's designed to detect the language you're working in give you a basic container docker file container image description such that you don't have to do what most people do you don't have to go out and google the world after you built your app and go oh my god i'm using f sharp in as peanut hor on lenox and so how do i contain that most people don't actually know and they just trust some image that they found on google and if it works they think they'd contain draft helps find a basic best practice for most of the languages.

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"hellman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Is the containerization of an application explain what draft does and how i can use it okay so we talked a lot about hellman and manifest draft is interesting because it fits another niche in the developer space we talked a lot about you have to have containers and helm needs to end and communities need service composition for those containers there's a bunch of variables that have to do with how many of them you want so in the problem there is something you asked about in the beginning which was one of the kind of the difficulties for developers in one is really most validated is not done in containers in this container thing is very hot in this hot for good reason but you gotta remember that most people are still not doing containers yet and most applications are not built to a micro services approach and as we start embracing whether you're a younger developer trying to move quickly or whether you're participate in larger team that has applications want to migrate containers to take advantage of benefits you don't really want to spend all your time learning how to build containers or even worse learning how to configure kuba netease it's not that you should you should knowledge is good these are just tools but it turns out that getting started is every bit as important as it is mastering the tool set in draft is a tool that does two things mainly it's designed to detect the language you're working in give you a basic container docker file container image description such that you don't have to do what most people do you don't have to go out and google the world after you built your app and go oh my god i'm using f sharp in as peanut hor on lenox and so how do i contain that most people don't actually know and they just trust some image that they found on google and if it works they think they'd contain draft helps find a basic best practice for most of the languages.

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"hellman" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Security Now

"That is significant as a consequence s zero has been completely deprecated in in fact the silicon labs that are the owners of z wave have loudly stated bet like as of a year ago no newly certified z wave devices can have anything but s two yet some forty eight plus devices i as i recall did receive certification with s zero after that deadline so what's the problem is and we understand this we've seen this over and over again it is very difficult to move something that is working from it's good enough to it's really good security okay but now here's the problem s to exists everyone knows how it works it's you it uses elliptic curve defeat hellman key exchange thus perfect as far as we know jiffy hellman is fabulous you know asai heavy notwithstanding the fact that that's what squirrel uses to do its its crypto in several places the idea is that with s to z wave security each of the devices in the pairing situation rather than this transient use of an all zeros key to encrypt the actual key which really is you know why bother if anyone's going to listen then they're going to be able to get in under s zero after that i get the the network is encrypted so at certain that's certainly good with s to each of each of the two devices to be paired crew creates a nonce a random junk of nonsense and sends it to the other the magic of defeat hellman keyagreement means that each end can obtain a a secret in common which even somebody listening in and seeing those that exchange occur capturing all the traffic cannot figure out what key it is that they each have and that's what's so cool about this so under s two security they each come up with a random number they share a version of that with each other and that allows them to independently arrive at a shared secret.

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"hellman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"So what they're saying is you you you know you teams get your team in order and have them follow the rules and regulations this is on you try a lease your own stadium is what they're saying and so if you don't do it we're gonna find the team the team can find the player and then what it becomes is it becomes a disruption in the locker room that the coaches actually have to deal with and you can end that quickly we're gonna find you so if you need we're gonna find you right that's that's what it will come down to but i i have a feeling that you know it's it's going to be a big to do we lead up to the first guy may say how many players will neal how many players will neal hellman so that's that's going to be a big thing as i said when you know my only objection as i said to it that caused my behavior of not just the same walton i'm not gonna watch was the owner's response you know the initial owners response on the owners really of the team that that i that i root for but they were some of the first to come out early and we had talked about this kim cool in the buffalo bills saying look we've talked to the players about this and what you got out of it as she was saying look this is about money and so you may have a few players let but you've got new players coming in and i you and i said yesterday money this is about money the business is about money and it's about big money you're talking about billions of dollars here you're talking about an nfl that has said we cannot go down the same road as nascar we cannot see a depletion of our audience like nascar has they thought they were bulletproof they're not no they're not.

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"hellman" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"A t w dot org or check the station's website now here's an excerpt of an interview with hellman biographer and scholar deborah martensson you say in your book that lillian hellman became the lillian hellman of fame and infamy at nineteen when she went to work for the new york publishing house bonnie and liver light she had just been a rebellious adolescent love to read drop out of nyu toshi never finished finish college though they claim her as their own as they might in fact you got a d in screenwriting went i think is hilarious she went to work for this publisher and it was one of those crazy almost like a startup dot com kind of thing now where everybody dressed very casually there were bars on every floor people came night and day everybody knew each other from the ceo liberate clear down to the copy person she met her husband there arthur cobra other cobra a wonderful writer in his own right and he put on lots of screenplays in hollywood and also on broadway he wrote for broadway but he was he was not enough for lillian he was a really nice man and she loved him his whole life she was maid of honor at the wedding that he later had with his second wife which so she she left him she left he introduced into to show business she left that's exactly what happened she left him because a hamid i think when she was at liver right she learned how good she was at writing an editing she met really very influential people like cobre she became lohan hillman when did she write her.

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Facebook and Cambridge Analytica hit with first state lawsuit

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica hit with first state lawsuit

"In hundreds of events called march for our lives many came with signs nine says please keep me safe mine actually guns do kill people ryan says protect kids not done smyth fine says it has sought some prayers crossed out and assess policy change instead sampling of people in washington dc the austin cereal package bomber left a confession in which he called himself a psychopath in that recording mark condit who blew himself up on tuesday expressed no remorse for his victims loyola of illinois is heading to the final four of men's college basketball after cruising past kansas state seventy eight sixty two in the night's other elite eight game michigan leads florida state by four about midway through the secondhalf on richard johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the wall street journal reports federal reserve bank of san francisco president john williams is the leading candidate to replace william dudley as head of the new york fed williams who's fifty five has led the san francisco fed since two thousand eleven when he took the reins from janet yellen who went onto become fed chair before she stepped down february third dudley who's sixty five has said he plans to step down by mid year as we've been reporting to people familiar with the matter say president donald trump is preparing to expel dozens of russian diplomats from the us this in response to the nerve agent poisoning of a former russian spy in the uk trump agreed with recommendations from advisers and the expulsions are likely to be announced on monday the people said though they cautioned that trump's decision may not be final facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and members of the company's board are being sued by a shareholder for breach of fiduciary duty this for failing to protect users from misuse of personal data in the controversy over cambridge analytica the shareholder filed the suit in san francisco federal court the board reads like a who's who in silicon valley mark zuckerberg marquette andriessen erskine bowles susan desmond hellman reed hastings yawn com sheryl sandberg and peter thiel saudi arabia and energy minister khalid al follow us as americans will have a chance to own shares in saudi arabia's oil company saudi aramco he spoke today to an audience at the massachusetts institute of technology saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman is visiting the us this week traders and investors have another day of rest and.

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"hellman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Face that when we list aramco and have a conversation about how much cash will be given to investors facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and members of the company's board are being sued by shareholder breach of fiduciary duty this for failing to protect users from misuse of personal data in the controversy over cambridge analytica the shareholder filed the suit in san francisco federal court the board reads like a who's who in silicon valley mark zuckerberg mark andriessen erskine bowles susan desmond hellman reed hastings yawn com sheryl sandberg and peter thiel meantime some companies are distancing themselves from facebook alon musk's companies tesla and spacex are among the latest to say that they either are pulling advertising or deactivating their facebook pages global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this this is bloomberg bloomberg best bloomberg best the insight and the context we get from our guests it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organization bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg best david malpass discusses us economic ties with china markets are simply not reciprocal in the sense that there's not an ability for other countries to work in china the way china works elsewhere plus epa administrator scott pruitt discusses california's role in setting automotive emissions regulations california is not you know the arbiter of these issues of the epa the dot and others make those decisions and linda mcmahon explains how deregulation is helping small businesses grow we're visiting with businesses while they cite any particular regulation they just know then suddenly their life is easier because they're not having to comply with so many all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best this week the federal reserve open market committee voted to raise interest rates for the first time in two thousand eighteen taking them to their highest level since the two thousand eight financial crisis for more on the decision bloomberg scarlet fu and joe weisenthal spoke with former fed governor rick michigan what did you think was.

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"hellman" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Oh interesting another person you spoke to was doug hellman who does the python module of the week and he's been doing that for ten years that's a pretty interesting series is pretty good i used to use it a lot for when i needed to look up something yep has definitely definitely cool so you know another thing doug mostly works on cloud and open stack and things like that but you know just keeping with this theme the main takeaway from your interview with him was that we need better packaging right we still need another way but his take was this is not directly related to on it self but it'll get into all the tools like set of tools twine wheel pip warehouse and so on it would be really common base framework to just make all those to work the same way and we'd have a unified way of of distributing packaging our applications yeah definitely i could go we have an entire show on that but i don't know i don't i don't really like to complain without providing the answer at least as suggested like this is bad here's a possible solution but i think the packaging thing would really make a huge huge difference i was just saying keep hearing good things about briefcase but i've not used myself so that's something people can look at it i guess or at least contribute to if they thought that would be helpful yeah absolutely i just you know it seems like something built in that you just know you have and it just works at an we need some advocates in the core developers to do that and that's why i said it's kind of like a boiling the frog problem like as by the time you get into where like your in a position you could make these kinds of changes i feel a lot of people are like well we're kind of good enough i got a requirements it exte or hey didn't we just create pip file like didn't that solve if you like the pain by the time you get far enough into it the pain is not high enough anymore but if if you go.

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"hellman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bitcoin with morgan pachen garica hellman so how what's the stop other people from coming up with their own kind of currency now a different a competitor to bitcoin marking his spot yeah because i absolutely nothing banned it's not the many times and there are thousands out there actually on and many of them were being treated against each other it it it what they clean is is is a protocol that everyone is running and and that's what defines the currency is that that everyone wants to use it is is using the same protocol so uh all you have to do to make a new one is is son is start your own you know software so is so when i buy either bitcoin and rely coin or with other i'm speculating there that this is going to still be around tomorrow and then not going to fall to some other cryptocurrency that sure yeah but the i mean bitcoin does have clinton advantage of being the first one out there and and days i would say that yeah there is a in it would be very hard to do to surmount that that network affected this point he thinks of garrick yet if if if we have a huge advantage in terms of adoption brand recognition uh infrastructure and so on f julia thought i wouldn't say it's impossible for bitcoin be toppled but but it it definitely has a a major edge on all the others well one of the things to point out is that a lot i mean i said there are thousands of coins out there most of those as our are purely just clones of bitcoin itself or clones of other ones but there are a few coins that actually add functionality and that that was the reason they were made not not justice i have a tweet from mile away choi think reflects a lot of what people are saying i just don't get why bitcoin is so valuable it's nothing is nothing is backing it is just nothing like a piece of data you're you're laughing air right well this comes up a lot in in it it is mindboggling enemy for the first year plot that they quaint existed it was worth nothing and.

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"hellman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"hellman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Season started to get a little bit uh desperate for them so you still have twelve games coming out of this one maybe they make that change meanwhile aaron rodgers finds his favorite target jordy nelson jordi adjusting then stop and go and boom next thing you know packers first goal from the two yard line as he looked to expand on that fourteen nothing lead against derby ayers and packers warned all white tonight at home with of course the gold hellman a touchdown run packers of twenty nothing extrapoint pending and again we'll keep an eye on this one as a rolls through texas getting the wall back after stopping i was state after the cyclones had that interception this texas defense looking very solid every tom i was state seems to be on the march next thing i look up its four down he after believe that texas defense got an awful lot of coffins from that effort against seo doubt about in the shutdown as he's running game and i'll tell you what they played as well as they could play without winning a game there's no doubt that if sam darnell doesn't make that greek jump pass in his he comes up with a walk on kicker coming through his first field goal to tie the game put it into overtime and then when it in double overtime know for a very fortunate se team and a team that's four know that has a huge game coming up tomorrow night in the police uh before i get their india wanna go back because rick pitino nearly ended up here in las vegas as coach for you novi didn't work out and you know maybe were better off talk to me about patino because his guy connolly john gotti in college basketball kind of sidestepping the system and.

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