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"home depot co" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Andros organ. Along with joe. Kernan and morgan brennan in for becky quick. This week it is fed day and all eyes will be on federal. I'm totally having rainfall right. Because it's very early on fed officials this afternoon. We get that pal conference and of course any guidance on think because you said all is and that's a false statement is a false. It's bad grits. Knock program is not going to be on android. Your is going to be on the fed. I think google we'll be on the fan as well editorial warning you think all is going to be on the. That's not true. That is not true again. I'd probably in the country. I would say no more than five percents. Stand point we do. Investigators not steve. Steve leeson's is on the fed. Policeman's eyes will be unevenly. We should say that actually other networks should say that because that is true or special guest here in studio at the nasdaq billionaire investor. Home depot co founder. Ken line goan. He is invited associates chairman and president and nyu langone. So that's that's that's named after you. Health board yeah exactly Thanks who you've been married to for long before you were anything special. Which i don't understand we've talked about that before she she's a great one can let's We only got a couple of minutes to tease. Everyone on what you're going to be talking about for the next hour. You have a cross section of the economy in a lot of your holdings and you still talk to people at home depot. Well there were opening. Economy is in your view. What hot white-hot white-hot white hot when you look at article in the journal yesterday about used car prices. We haven't had this happened since world. War two believe it or not and everyone says every place shortages of labour shortages of materials. Home depot's biggest problem are the vendor's inability to accommodate on needs. Which in part is driven good part driven by the labor shortages in experiencing so that has implications for inflation for wages for for all these different things that going to try and it has policy needs to be adapted to this reality. And you don't think it is with three and a half trillion. I think you're going to take a white hot fire and threw a five gallon. Gas can on top of it. You're going to have flames so high. It's going to be incredible and one one of the fires out the is going to be great. I'm worried about one thing and one thing along the impact on the little person of inflation. I don't believe this is transitory. I don't believe inflation is temporary once you give somebody a raise and by the way roughly sixty five percent of all cost and business labor once you give somebody a raise. You don't take it back. It's locked in. So i think joe whatever's being missing here they ought to take to to i what i'm worried about. Is this whole effort to get. This done is being done by the concern that the democrats have for what's going to happen in two thousand and twenty to think they're they're vulnerable there everybody's writing how everybody conceives the fact that they're in trouble. I mean you look at you. Look at the immigration problem. You look at the crime problem right now and now you've got this this to me is a bet. The ranch bet. We're going to get into this more. So the trillion to fix bridges to do actual spend it. That's okay yes. But the three and a half trillion. No okay not now. Not now look last year. They did the right thing. I read reflection. They did the exact right thing when they've poured money because we didn't know what congress and we don't know where we were. We didn't know when we'd have a vaccine okay. So they did the right thing right now. I would argue. Do truly jim. It infrastructure bridges sidewalks roads. All those things that are in disrepair and by the way they are in disrepair. It's tragedy go. Go in new york city question for for elizabeth warren. Yes okay good can stick stick around next. Unsquashed pod crypto critic. Senator elizabeth warren is warning regulators and investors. About the growing threats. I want people to have freedom to invest. I just don't want a system where the big guys where the shadowy guys can get out there and do pump and dump and later billionaire ken. Langone joins the conversation. Untaxing wealth in america are made all the money. I paid the government. Were i owed them. I paid my share. Covert nineteen vaccination rates are increasing. Infection rates are declining. How did leaders help. People returned to work school and life with confidence. That buildings are healthy and safe. How can company self-insured safety in their facilities from the things people touch to the air they breathe. Abm's working with many of the top employers in the nation to move forward together with fact base strategies and solutions for healthier buildings and healthier occupants. Abm is a leading provider of facility solutions including disinfection indoor air quality janitorial energy solutions electrical and lighting hvac and mechanical and more abm's the only provider that offers solutions for both surface disinfection and improved air quality. It's enhanced clean and enhanced facility programs help manage viral transmission on surfaces and through the air while increasing efficiencies and the financial health of your operations. Abm uses a healthy building. Risk assessment to identify mitigate risk and delivers fact-based expert developed surface disinfection and air quality solutions customized to the specific needs of a building and its occupants its programs are informed by independent experts in infectious disease and industrial hygiene for information on abm solutions for healthier buildings visit. Abm dot com abm dot com. You're listening to squawk pod from cnbc. On tuesday the senate banking committee sort of committee on banking housing. Urban affairs will come to order questioned. A panel of crypto industry experts about systemic risks in a hearing titled cryptocurrencies. What are they good for. Virtual currencies crypto currency stable coins investment tokens have poured into the markets. Now some lawmakers are in favor of the future promise of the industry. Here's senator sent the alumnus of wyoming if we can have a law textbook like this one on virtual currency we should be able to agree on common terms committee chairman. Sherrod brown of ohio said blockchain has many potential nonfinancial uses but he has concerns about digital currencies. They're not real dollars. They're not backed by the full faith and credit of the united states and look forward to hearing more today learning more from our witnesses. Senator elizabeth warren a member of the committee so warned from massachusetts is recognized Thank you mr chairman and thank you and the ranking member for holding. This hearing is calling this week on the government to better police the cryptocurrency market in a letter to treasury secretary janet yelling warren wrote that the treasury's financial stability oversight council quote must act quickly to use it statutory authority to address cryptocurrencies risks and regulate the market to ensure the safety and stability of consumers and our financial system. All the warning signs are flashing the hype the volatility. The wild claims that turn out to be false as the crypto market grows so do the risk to our financial stability and our economy. Regulators need to do their job and step in before. It's too late senator. Warren also told. Sec chairman gary gansler that she wants answers by today. July twenty eighth from his agency on its authority to protect crypto investors. Elizabeth warren spoke about crypto her policies on wealth in the economy and a lot more on our tv broadcast this morning with andrew. Ross sorkin joe. Kernan morgan brennan and special guest. Ken langone. Here's andrew.

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"home depot co" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

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‘I feel betrayed’ — Ken Langone blasts Trump and Capitol rioters, vows to support Biden

Squawk Pod

01:11 min | 1 year ago

‘I feel betrayed’ — Ken Langone blasts Trump and Capitol rioters, vows to support Biden

"Katie kramer today on our podcast. Ken langone in an extended interview. The famed investor and home depot co-founder weighs in on crisis in the capital feel. the trade. Last wednesday was disgraced. It should never have happened in this country. And if it doesn't break every america's heart something's wrong it breaks my heart. In spite of civil unrest he certain about one thing or i care about is one thing january twentieth. Biden's go to be sworn in as president. And i'm going to work my ass off anyway i can. If he's a great suggestion. President we all went. Landon speaks out as the patron of a major new york hospital and a product to the city's public schools. What are we going to start as a nation to realize double to be eaten alive by our foreign competitors for one basic reason. Public education in america is disaster. And i've said years ago. What are we gonna fit. And he's got a message for the one percent we need to put. The greater good of the country. Had a philosophical beliefs are on our own aspirin. You want to spend more money. You know what i'm saying is let's pay more taxes. Everybody i know that's a feels the same way. It's

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"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In 2021? Marcie. I'm looking forward to a vaccine one most immediately, which will be the first week of the new Year. The Senate runoff and the fact that Georgia for the first time in decades has played such a consequential national role to hear Georgia being mentioned constantly in the national News has been pretty has gone to your head has been pretty heady, little surreal, sometimes slingshot economic recovery. I've been talking to Clark Howard about that. There's so much pent up demand right now. Everything from travel to Atlanta's $16 billion your hospitality industry to families extended families trying to get back together again. And of course, the vaccine will help make that possible. The most amazing thing I saw after Election day when Biden was finally declared the winner. The sense that I got was not even so much victory is it was relief. And I think that even if nothing gets done with a divided government next year, at least a little more tranquility. I'm looking forward to Personally, you know, last year I said I was looking forward to the Olympics. So I'm still looking forward to the Olympics. And then I'm gonna be a grandma in 2021 for me. I'm just looking forward to going back and covering ballgames again in person. Now, as we wrap it up here, George another year, I'd have to say the essential worker and that's not just teachers, police health care workers, though they're crucial. We're talking about everybody from grocery stores, stocking clerks to meat processing plant workers. When we were faced with the prospect of trying to get along without this stuff that they process handler manufacturer we all came to the conclusion that whoa, There are a lot of Americans, you do essential work. I would Say politically. Rapids Burger Sterling are two top elections officials who have been so steadfast defending their work defending all of us and our votes, I think, but I have to agree with Scott. We heard from so many people are on our covert shows in the evening. Over the months, schoolteachers Are doctors who were just absolutely overwhelmed. Just wanted people to know that it really was true. People rose to the occasion. And I think, really, we're going to remember all the rest of this until the day we die. Mine goes to actually the Home Depot co founders Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, mostly because of their donations. Bernie Marcus just donated 80 million to the Shepherd center. Has helped built a new wing of Piedmont and then Arthur Blank donate enough money to build an entirely new Children's hospital, and I think we will be benefiting from that for the rest of our lives and mine will be from inside our house special recognition to our good friends who retired this year. Walter Reeves, Pete Sprigs mark a low wine Clark Howard backing away from his radio show, and it wasn't a retirement. Jamie do pre ending his run after 32 years here, so that is how we will in 2020 Everybody Happy New Year. Let's do better in 2021 time marches on thistles 2020 on.

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"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dark, and as you just heard for Amanda, they're clearly It's been a strange year, and we are in unprecedented times. Quote. We're all in this together, quote in any other cliches. I'm missing from 2020 Grim milestone. Yes. Dumpster fire. Ha Does daughter actually will give her credit for this? I'm looking for those precedented time returns and I have a confession to make. I think I need to take the blame for this When you guys remember How we started the segment last year on for the 1st 11 months of the year. Frankly, it was pretty slow. But with our top two stories coming into the final month, I guess it's time to strap in and get ready for a crazy 2020. So this is all your fault. Did we just make it to the end of the most historic here since World War two? I thought about this, and I would say not necessarily historic there. You know, there's 1968. There was 1989 the Berlin Wall, I would say maybe one of our most consequential years instead, I think That is definitely true. It could be said, and certainly of my lifetime health wise, I would say not since the 1919 flu pandemic Well, when you look at the impact on average American lives, you know, I would have to say it likely is because this thing affected everyone, and I think it's probably been since the mid forties. Since we've been through something like this. Together. What really sticks in your mind the most When you think back over this year's Scott Oh, gosh, individual responsibility. We had to hunt and gather again. We had to predict the supply chain And while trying to decipher differing edicts from the government where mass no don't wear a mask, I mean, what do you do? And finally you had to make individual decisions for your safety and your own families unlike we've ever had to make, at least in my lifetime. For the most part this year. I think everybody rose to the occasion as best they could they trying to rise to the occasion. They tried to overcome just tremendous obstacles. And it's it's enough to give you a little faith in humanity Still at the end of the year. And you know that was like Halloween when the CDC said we can't have Halloween. And every kid America said. Oh, no, and everybody figured out a way to pull off Halloween kind of safely. But for me, I heard this a lot of sports and for my friends, I had dinner with my family again. Yeah, that is definitely a positive, and after a while that becomes a negative spending more time with family, and I think that commercial you may remember where the dog is like your dog for a walk it first and then it's starting to hide because everybody's so desperate to get out of the house who want the longest without a haircut. Why was the first to get a haircut? I I knew. I knew I knew out of this group that I was sacrificing and I have to say it's because that you have to just get to the root of the matter. Listen, that J. Maybe you went the longest. I would quite I would, from February toe the summer. I think it was 60 days for May and the women in my house figured out how to cut my hair. How'd that go? Pretty good actually, because there's not but not much left of God, I I had I had to call in my brother's girlfriend, and she got it done. But I do feel bad about my barber that I see no real interest in going there any time soon, But I think she's still in business. But What is your favorite innovation or improvement that we've quickly found? This year's got working my remote even though that much rather work in person being able to work by remote, just keys, a whole different part of your brain. I'm going to turn that around. I've been coming into work every day. I think one of the greatest innovations is having a spouse who works at home. Who can for the first time. Do all the shopping on Thursday so that I don't have to go on Saturday. I like zoom. I did not even know really What zoom was before this house on this radio station and I and now it's a verb. I like zooming with my family. We've say that we're going to keep that going as a trend, even when we could see each other again. But yes, I think Zoom and all the different ways we found to connect. We had a couple friends whose wedding Had been bagged because of the Corona virus. We said, come to our house. We had a wedding in the backyard with 150. People watching on the zoom with the cameras set up on a ladder that weddings don't terrible. It was indeed I wasn't gonna name names, and it was the sweetest thing you ever saw, and they'll be able to tell their grandchildren about it and it's you know, it's again. People figure ways out to continue on This is 2020 on WSB. I'm J Black with our anchors Roundtable, Scott Slade, Marcie Williams and Chris Chandler. And we usually in this segment, you know, Look at the stories we overlooked this year. It's almost easy. Look at the stories we forgot about. But what what did get overlooked and thrown under the road marching? Well, it's it's all pre and post Cove. It, isn't it. There was Kobe Bryant. There obviously was the impeachment. Were fires not just in California but also in Australia record hurricane season and even murder Hornets E For me, was the racial justice movement in seeing Humvees guarding the state capital and Lenox Square. First of all, while that was happening, a lot of people were genuinely afraid. That that's a real movement. It's a societal movement mostly were leads us. I'm not making a connection there with that. But I would say crime inside the city of Atlanta has been something that has been on the increased just month after month after month. Something's gonna have to give and here At the end of the year we discovered the mayor Bottoms is not off of the Biden administration, after all, so perhaps something will give after the first of the year. What are you looking forward to? In 2021? Marcie. I'm looking forward to a vaccine one most immediately, which will be the first week of the new Year. The Senate runoff and the fact that Georgia for the first time in decades has played such a consequential national role to hear Georgia being mentioned constantly in the national News has been pretty has gone to your head's been pretty heady, little surreal, sometimes slingshot economic recovery. I've been talking to Clark Howard about that. There's so much pent up demand right now. Everything from travel to Atlanta's $16 billion your hospitality industry to families extended families trying to get back together again. And of course, the vaccine will help make that possible. The most amazing thing I saw after Election day when Biden was finally declared the winner, this sense that I got was not even so much victory as it was relief. And I think that even if nothing gets done with a divided government next year, at least a little more tranquility. I'm looking forward to Personally, you know, last year I said I was looking forward to the Olympics. So I'm still looking forward to the Olympics. And then I'm gonna be a grandma in 2021 race for me. I'm just looking forward to going back in covering ballgames again in person. Now, as we wrap it up here, George another year, I'd have to say the essential worker and that's not just teachers, police healthcare workers, though they're crucial. We're talking about everybody from grocery stores, stocking clerks to meat processing plant workers. When we were faced with the prospect of trying to get along without this stuff that they process handler manufacturer we all came to the conclusion that whoa, There are a lot of Americans, you do essential work. I would Say politically. Rapids Burger Sterling are two top elections officials who have been so steadfast defending their work defending all of us and our votes, I think, but I have to agree with Scott. We heard from so many people are on our cove. It shows in the evening over the months, schoolteachers Are doctors who were just absolutely overwhelmed. Just wanted people to know that it really was true. People rose to the occasion. And I think, really, we're going to remember all the rest of this until the day we die. Mine goes to actually the Home Depot co founders Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, mostly because of their donations. Bernie Marcus just donated 80 million to the Shepherd center. Has helped build a new wing of Piedmont and then Arthur Blank donate enough money to build an entirely new Children's hospital, and I think we will be benefiting from that for the rest of our lives and mine will be from inside our house special recognition to our good friends who retired this year..

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"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dark, and as you just heard for Amanda, they're clearly It's been a strange year, and we are in unprecedented times. Quote. We're all in this together, quote in any other cliches. I'm missing from 2020 Grim milestone. Yes. Dumpster fire. Ha Does daughter actually will give her credit for this? I'm looking for those precedented time returns and I have a confession to make. I think I need to take the blame for this When you guys remember How we started the segment last year on for the 1st 11 months of the year. Frankly, it was pretty slow. But with our top two stories coming into the final month, I guess it's time to strap in and get ready for a crazy 2020. So this is all your fault. Did we just make it to the end of the most historic year since World War two? I thought about this, and I would say not necessarily historic there. You know, there's 1968. There was 1989 the Berlin Wall, I would say maybe one of our most consequential years instead, I think That is definitely true. It could be said, and certainly of my lifetime health wise, I would say not since the 1919 flu pandemic Well, when you look at the impact on average American lives, you know, I would have to say it likely is because this thing affected everyone, and I think it's probably been since the mid forties. Since we've been through something like this. Together. What really sticks in your mind the most When you think back over this year's Scott Oh, gosh, individual responsibility. We had the hunt and gather again. We had to predict the supply chain And while trying to decipher differing edicts from the government where mass no don't wear a mask, I mean, what do you do? And finally you had to make individual decisions for your safety and your own families unlike we've ever had to make it least in my lifetime. For the most part this year. I think everybody rose to the occasion as best they could. They tried to rise to the occasion. They tried to overcome just tremendous obstacles. And it's it's enough to give you a little faith in humanity Still at the end of the year. And you know that was like Halloween when the CDC said we can't have Halloween. And every kid America said. Oh, no, and everybody figured out a way to pull off Halloween kind of safe, But for me, I heard this a lot of sports and for my friends, I had dinner with my family again. Yeah, that is definitely a positive, and after a while that becomes a negative spending more time with family, and I think that commercial you may remember where the dog is like your dog for a walk it first and then it's starting to hide because everybody's so desperate to get out of the house who want the longest without a haircut. Why was the first to get a haircut? I knew I knew horses. I knew out of this group that I was sacrificing and I have to say it's because that you have to just get to the root of the matter. Listen, that J. Maybe you went the longest. I would quite I would, from February toe the summer. I think it was 60 days for May and the women in my house figured out how to cut my hair. How'd that go? Yeah, pretty good actually, because there's not but not much left to God. I had I had to call in my brother's girlfriend, and she got it done. But I do feel bad about my barber that I see no real interest in going there any time soon, But I think she's still in business. But What is your favorite innovation or improvement that we've quickly found? This year's got working my remote even though that much rather work in person being able to work by remote, just keys, a whole different part of your brain. I'm going to turn that around. I've been coming into work every day. I think one of the greatest innovations is having a spouse who works at home. Who can for the first time. Do all the shopping on Thursday so that I don't have to go on. I like zoom. I did not even know really What zoom was before this house on this radio station and I and now it's a verb. I like zooming with my family. We've say that we're going to keep that going as a trend, even when we could see each other again. But yes, I think Zoom and all the different ways we found to connect. We had a couple friends whose wedding had been bagged because of the Corona virus. We said come to our house. We had Wedding in the backyard with 150. People watching on the zoom with the cameras set up on a ladder that weddings don't terrible. It was indeed I wasn't gonna name names, and it was the sweetest thing you ever saw, and they'll be able to tell their grandchildren about it and it's you know, it's again. People figure ways out to continue on This is 2020 on WSB. I'm J Black with our anchors Roundtable, Scott Slade, Marcie Williams and Chris Chandler. And we usually in this segment, you know, Look at the stories we overlooked this year. It's almost easy. Look at the stories we forgot about. But what what did get overlooked and thrown under the road marching? Well, it's it's all pre and post Cove. It, isn't it. There was Kobe Bryant. There obviously was the impeachment. Were fires not just in California but also in Australia record hurricane season and even murder Hornets E For me, was the racial justice movement in seeing Humvees guarding the state capital and Lenox Square. First of all, while that was happening, a lot of people were genuinely afraid. That that's a real movement is sidle movement mostly were leads us. I'm not making a connection there with that. But I would say crime inside the city of Atlanta has been something that has been on the increased just month after month after month. Something's gonna have to give it here. At the end of the year, we discovered the mayor Bottoms is not offer the Biden administration after all, so perhaps something will give after the first of the year. What are you looking forward to? In 2021? Marcie. I'm looking forward to a vaccine one most immediately, which will be the first week of the new Year. The Senate runoff and the fact that Georgia for the first time in decades has played such a consequential national role to hear Georgia being mentioned constantly in the national News has been pretty has gone to your head's been pretty heady, little surreal, sometimes slingshot economic recovery. I've been talking to Clark Howard about that. There's so much pent up demand right now. Everything from travel to Atlanta's $16 billion your hospitality industry to families extended families trying to get back together again. And of course, the vaccine will help make that possible. The most amazing thing I saw after Election day when Biden was finally declared the winner, this sense that I got was not even so much victory as it was relief. And I think that even if nothing gets done with a divided government next year, at least a little more tranquility. I'm looking forward to Personally, you know, last year I said I was looking forward to the Olympics. So I'm still looking forward to the Olympics. And then I'm gonna be a grandma in 2021 for me. I'm just looking forward to going back in covering ballgames again in person. Now as we wrap it up here, George another year. Oh, I'd have to say the essential worker and that's not just teachers, police healthcare workers, though they're crucial. We're talking about everybody from grocery stores, stocking clerks to meat processing plant workers. When we were faced with the prospect of trying to get along without the stuff that they process handler manufacturer we all came to the conclusion that whoa, There are a lot of Americans who do essential work. I would Say politically. Rapids Burger Sterling are two top elections officials who have been so steadfast defending their work defending all of us and our votes, I think, but I have to agree with Scott. We heard from so many people are on our cove. It shows in the evening over the months, schoolteachers Are doctors who were just absolutely overwhelmed. Just wanted people to know that it really was true. People rose to the occasion. And I think, really, we're going to remember all the rest of this until the day we die Mine a ghost to actually the Home Depot co founders Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, mostly because of their donations. Bernie Marcus just donated 80 million to the Shepherd center. Has helped build a new wing of Piedmont and then Arthur Blank donate enough money to build an entirely new Children's hospital, and I think we will be benefiting from that for the rest of our lives and mine will be from inside our house special recognition to our good friends who retired this year..

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"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

"home depot co" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Pixel covert 19 home testing kit and take their own nasal samples in their home. They must then ship the swamp to lap core for testing. Reporter Tom Roberts says the patient will get a call from a doctor. If the testes positive, otherwise the results will be emailed. Test costs about $120 TVs prepares to give out covert vaccines and long term care facilities on December 21st. Already these clinics have started doing dry runs essentially to see whether they can move fast enough Keeping that vaccine cold enough. Reporter Tom Costello says the Fizer vaccine must be stored at temperatures colder than minus 100 F, making it even tougher to ship in administrative patients. A senior manager of the CDC claims she was ordered to delete an email from an advisor with health and human services. Suggesting the Trump administration interfered with virus reports to the public. CDC Director Robert Redfield denies he ordered the dilation of the email from Dr Paul Alexander instructed CDC to ignore Dr Alexander's comments, and they didn't need to reply to his email. House Democrats are demanding more answers from HHS. But Republicans say there's no evidence of interference in the CDC reports. Two more former members of the Obama administration or asked to serve in the Biden White House reporter Mike Molly, says a Denis McDonough Has been tapped as the Secretary Donna, of course, served as the chief of staff for the Obama White House but was part of the Obama White House all eight years. Somebody who's also close to Biden. Former Obama National security advisor Susan Rice will head up Biden's domestic policy council. Home Depot co founder Bernie Marcus gives $80 million to the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, the largest donation in the rehab centers history. The money will go toward outpatient care and treating service members suffering from traumatic brain injuries. It will also help construct a new building, named for Marcus wife Billy. The couple is now donated a total of $120 million to the center. WSB.

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"home depot co" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"home depot co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"home depot co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is balance of power, Bloomberg television radio. I'm David Weston. Both the Republicans and the Democrats been talking a lot about what they would do for the economy. But so far, at least, it appears to be with the Federal Reserve has to say about monetary prize. That's really been driving the financial markets, including speculation about whether it might be close to giving us more forward guidance on rate something, Dallas Fed president Robert Kaplan told Our colleague Michael McKee today really isn't all that necessary and lead us. Not yet. It's possible that it will take a while to get to 2% technology technology enabled disruption in particular, are limiting the pricing power of businesses. And inflation has been muted for close to 10 years. We welcome that Bloomberg International Economics of Policy correspondent Michael McKee, and of course through Rob Capitals talked about there was not at all forgotten. It was when we get to 2%. Mike, Don't you tell us what you got a really terrific interview with captain today? Well, he did say that he didn't think it was time to do forward guidance basic as the economy is still expanding, although at a slower pace, and that's the Fed's concern right now. Pretty much. Everybody on the Fed agrees that what you need to do first is control the virus, and then you'll be able to get people back out and spending. We saw that in the data that came out today, income and spending you could see that They're both up, but they're not up a lot, and it has been slowing as we've moved through the summer. This is July data. June It opened up and we saw some gains. But now we've started to see a little bit of a fall back and even in July Unemployment compensation fell 7.2%. So with August and losing that $600 extra unemployment, David, we're going to see incomes drop even further, which is more a problem for getting the economy going at the same time. It seems to not be going as fast as it was before. But I thought Rob Kaplan told you that maybe some of the high frequency data were maybe taking backup of it again. Yes, we did see a real decline in July into August, which was the last time we talked to him. And since then, he said, mobility data say in plain mints, even restaurant reservations, starting to move up again. And, of course, he's The central banker in charge of the Houston area, and Houston was one of the hardest hit cities Texas, one of the hardest states during the month of July, So things are getting a little better now. This is an interesting chart on the other data point that came out today. That's the University of Michigan sentiment. It's still relatively strong. Unlike the conference, more data, which dropped but you could see there's a big difference, depending on the party. You belong to the red Line of Republicans. The blue line are Democrats. And while if you look at the far right hand side while everybody thought things were bad in the early part It's jumped up a little bit more for Republicans to different countries, even when we look at how we look at the economy, Thank you so much. The Bluebird Michael Maquis were much more in the economy tonight on Wall Street Week. That's at 6 P.m. Eastern time and coming up here, We're gonna have more of my conversation with Home Depot co founder Ken Langone. This's.

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"home depot co" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"home depot co" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Well I think he was saying do you think we should have a socialist leading the ticket and I said correctly I am friends with Bernie we came into the Senate together but I don't think we wanna socials leading the ticket now and I was literally the only one that raise my hand yeah I think every I watched everyone was looking around to see who is going to raise their hands on one seriously I think that you have to lead and you have to be able to do things that are popular and unpopular and I am someone that's been blind I take things on and I think that's what people are looking for right now instead of worrying about are you gonna piss off someone in our own party or somewhere else you do what you think is right she said right out they're probably shouldn't be a socialist leading the Democrat party ticket why did she say that well one she doesn't think socialism should be part of the title because of the Democrat party but let's go a little bit further I I don't know whether to play this guy who is the home depot co founder but yeah but let's do it let's hear cut twenty nine reading how many goalies we can switch of like a bug course you know Democrats were hoping Donald Trump would be the nominee for years ago thinking that they would do the same so history as a way of confounding the experts in their similar balls out that say you know the you don't like some of these ideas but a lot of people are okay with taxing guys like you to pay for them is on it's it's not down no the deal there aren't enough people like me to pay for it I mean let's face it if they took away all the money I have if they took away all the money of all the billionaires in American or wealthy people they still would have enough money to pay for all the things that they want to do it's insanity this is this is this is called not being able to add one and one they come up with seven everybody else comes up with two I don't know how they justify what they talked about it just doesn't make any sense Medicare for all we know that the costs will be prohibitive Bernie Sanders Elise's honest about it and said well we're gonna have to tax everybody well I'm these middle class America you got to pay for it you think you're going to get another unit pay for it and if he thinks he's going to tax every rich person in America yeah he didn't do it and then who's going to invest money in jobs who's going to invest money in creating new things and new treatments for everybody else is supplanted process the wealthy people let's do it I'm not I'm not justifying the wells I'm just saying that that's the that's the honest facts most of the money that comes in to pay for the colleges the university's hall is young people a lot Bernie Sanders going to these kind of falls cold universities at stupid people put money into so they can raise the tuition rate I wouldn't give money to and the and the university except for a programming I wouldn't give it to their endowment funds or anything else okay I'm gonna put you down as a may be on Bernie Sanders all right that's I'm taking a leap there thank you very much you know I want to follow that it's a little bit the light we had there always good seeing my friend all right I mean I'm the president is set to take the stage tonight some say in front of okay hi this is a quick one and then I'm going to get right to what I want to talk about this is Bernie Sanders it's thirteen seconds long please listen carefully to what he says this is thirteen seconds got thirty one both you know Medicare for walls going to be so disruptive that such a radical idea all my goodness actually it is the release the approach of moving toward universal health Medicare for all the least destructive approach to moving toward universal health care and this guy could very easily be on the ticket leading the Democrat party they have lost all control they fooled around with impeachment in a lot of other goofy stuff they've wasted your time and tax dollars they wasted my time they've wasted the Senate's time the house is time I mean totally wasted it and Bernie Sanders is very possibly very probably going to be leading the ticket for the Democrat party the first real choice some of these leftists who juicy demonstrating and they're not a small number they're a big number this is the way they want to take the country and here's my question and I really want you to answer this question because this has me I don't want to say I'm frightened I'm an old guy they're they're not going to be able to do much to me that hasn't been done but I got.

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"home depot co" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"home depot co" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And you're listening to USA radio news now you live anywhere in the world and paid account prices on your airline white anywhere else you want to go and last call the international travel department right now at low cost airline eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one at campaign stops all across the country democratic senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is attacking wealthy Americans and saying that they didn't build their own business home depot co founder Bernie Marcus joins fox news and was asked his reaction when senator Warren says that he didn't build home depot when I was working eighty hours a week it wasn't me working because it was somebody else working is inside my body but eighty hours a week week after week start the struggling to build this company up the government didn't help me I must tell you the government did everything they could to stop me from being successful and because all the people you don't hear that they hear this nonsense look at her how much money is she worth today big chain retail stores are cashing in with the details here's USA radio networks when the king the final holiday shopping push is in full swing retail analyst brit flick injure says Saturday was a particularly busy day bad sectors were clearly discount department stores and Bob price retailers so discount department stores led by Walmart and target off price led by Burlington and TJ maxx Marshalls Ross stores experts say what's come to be known as super Saturday is expected to bring in billions more than Black Friday for more news find us online at US a radio dot com for USA radio news I'm Tim Burke.

Trump defends Home Depot co-founder after shoppers threaten boycott

Howie Carr

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Trump defends Home Depot co-founder after shoppers threaten boycott

"Home depot shop for shoppers threatened boycott over trump supported co founder Bernie market study on the Atlanta Falcons I believe I think he does home depot shoppers have been threatening to boycott the store after its co founder Bernie Marcus revealed in a recent interview that he'd be donating to president trump's

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