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Do Genetics Determine Our Health
"Is Darlene convinced. About thirty years ago, I started nutritional weight and wellness with very little financial support. And I remember that well I'm sure you do? But with a big desire to help people feel better through their food, choices and lifestyle habits. Then you know about fifteen years ago, we started the dishing up nutrition radio, show and podcast you know I was already at an age when many of my friends were retiring but not. Of course not. I had a strong desire to spread our message of eating real food to all parts of the world. Some people especially my son. Boy laughed at my dream, but I'm happy to say mission accomplished. Absolutely, Dr. we recently received an email from a delightful woman who listens to dishing nutrition from India. Wow, she said, thank you. Your simple message of eating. Real food has changed my life. We'd love hearing though it's life changing stories from our listeners now you kind of know a little bit more about me. People always want to know about me for some reason so now. Let's learn a little bit more about our Co.. Caroline Hudson. She's been registered Dietitian for many many years. She'll probably tell you how many. Caroline and I are the senior members of nutritional weight and wellness team and Caroline hepker passion. Also, she also has a passion for helping people understand the power eating real food. Caroline tell our listeners just a little bit about yourself where you went to school. You know where you've practiced and your favorite. Very. Favorite Hobby Scuba diving right Oh, sure good morning Dr! It's so nice to be here in good morning to all of our listeners out there wherever you are. I actually grew up here in Minnesota, but then I decided to pursue my nutrition degree in Toronto Ontario Canada. So. My careers really been very to say the least I've worked with Canadian in. People in very interest far northern Ontario communities even on an island in the middle of Hudson's Bay. I had to take a big. I had to take a plane while like a little plane. Had Skis on it was in the middle of winter we landed on. In the middle of Hudson's Bay, it was frozen over, and then I voted into a big huge bombrdier like a big ski do. Took me to the hospital there. So you don't care on. My first degree was in anthropology I didn't know that I would love that. This faster. Yes, fascinating! I actually got stuck there in a snowstorm for four days, but That was just one thing that I think. but I also had the opportunity to be the senior director for very large medical system. It included a large teaching hospital so I had a dietetic internship program underneath me and did I had a senior living center I had a nursing home and another small community hospital. Wow, so that was a huge system and lots of different employees and lots of different unions. So that was that was very interesting, but more recently yeah I. Got Certified as a will coach Okay and now I have. Really, this is my dream job. Good. You know the wonderful nutritionists Dietitians that I get to work with to work with you It's just it's been a dream. Come true because I really wanted to get back to helping people on one and as senior director. I never got to know that. Yes I was managing people from. Wasn't doing nutrition really. So now I. Get to do that. And then as you mentioned before one of my hobbies is scuba diving. I love the water anything to do with scuba diving and I started to go down to visit my brother every winter. He lives in Cozumel and I thought. I am going to get certified to dive. I'm watching all these down there so now I love it I love the underwater life, and all the beauty of the coral and the fish and everything. It's
Ancient Trees: Living on the Edge
"I hadn't research so when I started to do a research program I thought I need to find a place in southern Ontario which is far away for Hudson Bay. I had to find that place that had harsh growing conditions so that I could carry on with Mike curiosity about how plants living environments is exclude most other plants and took up and eventually I found that the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment run basically from northern New York state. All the way through a terrier over to Michigan had not only Lichens mosses and other plans but had these scruffy trees growing on edge of the cliffs. And that's why did you need to the ancient forests of scar. Of course. No one knew that they were ancient time. In fact in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. When I started the transition for like two trees I phoned. It was indication with the Ministry of Natural Resources asking if they would be interested in sponsoring research all on the ecology of the clips of escarpment and they wrote back and said well they were happy and by wanted to waste my time studying slips because he knew they were there. I have reminded them of that almost decade by decade. Since because Would they were disparaging where those little tiny trees growing the cliffs saying to themselves? Well Hey don't count compared with normal burnt tall forests. A scruffy vegetation on the cliffs didn't count so they could equal sign. Nothing is there and ironically but twenty years later when I was trying to confirm some of the early discoveries planned to do a sabbatical trip to France and I wrote to professor while palliate and asked him if I could come in at the cliffs in France and he said it was almost it was almost He said it was happy to host new but of course all their clips are there and in fact After we did the very cursory survey of the cliffs that he had we found the oldest living plants in France amid came Figaro He became famous because he then started a big research program. Events of living trees that stirred to grow for the Romans had left France shoe and it it freaked him out and everybody else said that he was a retrospectively so happy to have been rob his credit he was happy to say that to their discredit. Ministry of Natural Resources in Ontario. Even though they rode the ancient tree hobby-horse for years they never went. Service it oh by the way. We're sorry there was something there after all. Jeez wouldn't interesting trajectory on something that like you just interested. People wrote off and I grew up in that region looking at the Niagara Escarpment. And you see these trees they are small and I'm lucky that I grew up in a time where this was starting to be realized. And when you finally see the ages on some of these things that me. My jaw hit the floor. It's it's incredible to think of something that old in such a tiny package. Because you know you see three is or something like that in someone's yard and they're huge there but they're you know a couple of decades most but what got you interested in this idea of harshness. I know you said it started with Lichens. But to think about plants in harsh landscapes I mean you see them in asphalt you see them in gravel roads. Plants can handle it. But what made you want to study that you know? I think we probably need to have a shrink as part of the because what I've learned forty years during this is your personality. This is probably infected you right now to your personality guide to research ways that you don't even realizing now maybe this may be historical revisionism. But I think when I was a kid growing up I was the tall skinny guy that was always beaten up from school. Felt like I was the underdog in I always loved the idea of supporting anything in fastened with anything that would win by getting out of the way of the means of the bullets and those were often things cryptic where the things differently so I always tried to do things that other people were doing because then I wouldn't have to bump into that bullies that I didn't play sports. 'cause I was always the last one picked. I mean so does psychological component to working on high stress organisms whether they're plants or animals. Interestingly I fought against those buildings for years after ten years of working I actually got a H- site visit from the natural sciences and Engineering Research Council. They said by the way. We don't like the fact that you're working on rocks come and if you want to. This was a big incentive to move into the trees because they said if you WanNa have continued funding from us you have to work on something more real something more important like trees or higher plants but not Rocks Cup while many Lichen colonies several thousand years old and they said no one cares boy so with that encouragement lappy. We had all these people working in Allergy and we said okay guys. They're the writings on the wall. They don't want us to work on Lichens. What else grows beside them? That might gain some respect and one of the Grad students at whether trees growing on the same rocks. I mean maybe maybe we could just switch from the trees a A year later that we discovered on some of those cliff as trees that the rings were incredibly tight. We we had no plans to studying trees. We were simply looking at the way. Human Disturbance Influence the structure of these base forests. So to what could that. We decided a good thing to calculate was productivity enough to calculate the productivity tree. You have to divide its mass by age. Okay using architectural models. We calculated massive all the trees in climbed area in that massive all the trees in inclined area and then took core samples to find out how old they were Kazan. That would give us an estimate of productivity lifetime. Cry Tippety when we did that. You've got these core samples from the cliff face trees and we couldn't see any rings at all So then sanded them up more carefully. And that's when we realized reason why we couldn't see the richness is that they were too small and at that stage we with either. These trees are putting a tree ring every time it rains it because we were like an experts. Had We know the yet you know much about the biology trees at the time so what? We have a bunch of samples and said the sent them. Ed Cook It. Lamont Doherty in your you know in Palisades. Yeah Yeah just. North of the city in Ed. Cook wrote back and said Yes. Those are ancient trees where to find and I said well I can see Toronto from where they grow the sitting right on the edge of the escarpment facing the biggest city in Ontario. And it looks like some of them have over seven hundred rings in them. Whoa and he said well you got a good one expert instill as dendrochronology in the world. And so he he and I started to collaborate with some other lab partners and we did quite a bit work after that on the dendrochronology the series of the Niger. Escarpment but it was all accident really amazing. We weren't initially curious about ancient trees at all just wanted to see if disturbance influence productivity turned up the did disturbs make it. The trees grow faster because it was competition but that became a side issue once we found For us in a place where no one expected to find one.
Cults Daily: The Seekers Dr. Charles Laughead
"Today we're discussing the apocalyptic prophecies of Dr Charles Law head and his followers. They call themselves the seekers and believe that aliens would destroy Earth around Christmas. Nineteen fifty four. The cult's prophecy inspired new psychological investigations into the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance and had lasting ramifications on cult studies in the twentieth century. Charles Law head was the organizer and leader of the seekers but the original prophecies came from a woman named Dorothy Martin. Dorothy was an early believer in the dianetics movement which became the Church of Scientology but back in nineteen fifty four. Dorothy believed that she could commune with extraterrestrials through writing. She believed her. Hand was a vessel for messages from another world. The only person who seemed to take her seriously was her friend. Dr Charles Law had the doctor and his wife had been searching for spiritual enlightenment by exploring ufo sightings and possible extraterrestrial contact law had firmly believed in the existence of aliens and that these distant beings were very concerned with the future of Planet. Earth when his friend? Dorothy told him in August. Nineteen fifty four that she had a premonition. He believed her in fact. Law Head publicized. Dorothy prophecy she told him that. A great cataclysm would strike on December twenty first nineteen fifty four and the doctor wrote this into a brief newspaper article in his writing. He predicted the specifics of this cataclysm law head foretold of a great volcano that would stretch from Canada's Hudson Bay all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. This volcano would cause a huge tidal wave. That would wash over. North America the charismatic law head Rally Dorothy and other U. F. O. Believers to form a nondenominational church devoted to preparations for the apocalypse several of these believers experienced frenzied premonitions themselves feeding into law heads prophecy but one of the members of this church was another doctor named. Leon festinger of psychologist. He read the newspaper article and while he didn't believe law heads predictions. Leon saw perfect opportunity to study the phenomenon known as cognitive dissonance this seekers gathered on the night of December twenty first ready for the end of the world but it never came the clock struck midnight and nothing happened by four. Am It was obvious that nothing was going to happen? Leeann was there that night and saw the rampant disappointment on the seekers faces as law heads. Prediction never occurred. He said there was little to see in the reactions of the people in that room. There was no talking no sound. People sat stocks still their faces seemingly frozen and expressionless. Didn't know how to react to the failed prophecy. Many wandered out of the house shaken. The followers soon parted ways rejoining their lives. Dorothy continued to believe in the extraterrestrials preaching their existence for another four decades until her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Leon went on to develop a theory of cognitive dissonance which describes a mental phenomenon where a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs or ideas as true even when presented with new information proving otherwise the seekers had believed in law head wholeheartedly. Even when evidence countered his predictions law head and his wife returned home and found their neighbors had become hostile. His own sister tried to have him committed to a mental institution and his children taken into protective custody. Eventually law head and his family fled to California but the failed prophecy had a lasting effect liens theory of cognitive dissonance as seen in the seekers ardent believes that divide reason and evidence became a cornerstone theory in behavioral science and continues to be studied today.
CEO of Saks Parent to Step Down
"The parent company of Saks fifth Avenue's reportedly bidding farewell to its chief executive Hudson's bay company in fact confirm today that Helena Foulkes will leave the company at the end of next week in the aftermath of the company last week
Hudson's Bay chairman considers sweetened bid for retailer
"And Hudson's bay chairman Richard Baker and his partners are said to approach minority shareholders about potentially raising their offer to take the Canadian retailer private Hudson's bay is the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue Courtney done hope Bloomberg
"hudson bay" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Hudson Bay extension of the turnpike though as you coming towards interchange fourteen we'll check in a possible crashes you had in the area of Newark airport the the traffic update is less than ten minutes away and WCBS five day forecast with meteorologist bill dager high pressure nearby for today will keep us dry on this Sunday with a mix of clouds and sunshine a high of forty four clouds will be on the increase the night rain moves in towards on load here forty and we'll see rain at times and a milder day tomorrow high fifty six off and on rain tomorrow night and more rain at times Tuesdays we warm to sixty two ray could end is a little snow on Tuesday night behind the system Wednesday windy much colder is clouds break for side a high near forty just thirty three for a high on Thursday despite plenty of sunshine right now thirty nine degrees a clear sky some sunshine in the city thirty seven in Westbury thirty four degrees in Valhalla forty degrees in union twelve twenty that WCBS over nine hundred span of time squares part the world's big sleep out a global effort to highlight the growing issue of homelessness Josh Little John founded the event four years ago in Scotland it looks like we're on track to raise about ten million dollars across the world so you know hopefully we can make an impact of that more importantly we can really shine the global media spotlight on the issue and and rainy heights in a sense of political urgency to tackle this crisis New York was one of fifty two cities to take part in the after among those to show up tell me Heller of Long Island I don't expect to walk away necessarily understanding what people go through I think it's more about standing in solidarity and people.
"hudson bay" Discussed on 710 WOR
"When you feel carcass after colder going through it all the fat the one on one of the neat still remain so the bears are just sucking all the fat off the heels during the winter record the bears are forced to sure and this during the summer the bears are not terribly active but what they are doing is they're slowly wherever they got off the ice I break up there slowly making their way back to Churchill because what they figured out over the over the eons I suppose you got the ice on Hudson Bay tend to create first rate your Churchill so this is why the beard yeah but you're the ice free his first year it gives the bears their first and best opportunity to get back out on the ice and he'll and yeah so I'm not that we take advantage of for during the folder tours when is your first note com usually what month what we so there's a there's a blanket of snow on the ground right now I'm looking out and there's snow covering I'm we're right on the coast of Hudson Bay and I can see he Greece ice forming in front of me here and so we'll see I freeze is different than fresh water so fresh water is gonna freeze at the very top layer and then it's gonna freeze down and so like over time but what happens with she ice is is about a meter or around three or four feet of I disagree sized that the entire consistency of the eyes changes from kind of open water and it gets into the slushy consistency until that whole three or four what thank you Sir bye freezes all at once so now that's what I'm looking out at right now is I'm looking at about maybe a hundred yards I'm trying to convert everything on the fly from metric to imperial you're still looking out at about a hundred yards of of Greece ice forming on the bay there's waves beyond that crashing in the distance into the Greek side blanket of snow on the ground and the first nose coming so if it's the first week in November are far sparse no usually falling and staying in the last week or so of October so this is all relatively.
"hudson bay" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"East found Hudson Bay extension east of fourteen that is definitely the choice over the Pulaski skyway which has about a fifteen minute wait and is building extravagantly less than ten minutes away and W. CVS now the weather forecast with our meteorologist bill dager and still very wet out there bill Santa do we still have some of the intermittent rain coming down across much of the tristate area to go far enough north north of I eighty five and sees what's no mixing and about did not accumulating stepped in the Catskills this afternoon gusty winds increase as well we'll see gusts of past thirty five miles an hour rain tapers off late in the afternoon temperatures so hold steady in the low forties wind chill the thirties diminishing win tonight clearing low thirty eight and then to the next couple days looking nice milder with some sunshine see fifty two for a high tomorrow in fifty six on Tuesday so good travel weather for tomorrow and Tuesday Wednesday not as good mostly cloudy with some showers around especially in the afternoon evening a gusty breezes well highly fifty six and look for a bloodstream colder thanksgiving day forty three in mid town now with the rain coming down again to personal about steady the rest of the afternoon back to you and WCBS meteorologist Frank straight thank you Frank W. CBS news time to ten an intense search is underway for the man police say sexually assaulted several women in the Bronx investigators say he has grown to women and tried raping another CBS to Serra Jake way has more on these three incidents in the bay Chester section the first one took place just before seven thirty Thursday evening that's when cops say the man approached a woman walking down Bartel Avenue and grabbed her from behind and took off on foot forty five minutes later another woman was sitting in a parked car on baby Chester Avenue when that seem suspect got into the passenger seat and groped her there was a struggle then he ran off minutes later police say he grabbed a one more woman while she was getting items out of her car in my P. D. described the man as medium build with short dark hair and a full beard please ask that you call crime stoppers if you have any information.
Saks parent Hudson’s Bay joins Authentic Brands in Barneys bid
"A new bid for Barneys New York is in the works citing a person familiar with the matter the Wall Street journal says fissile Saks fifth Avenue's parent company has teamed up with authentic brands group on a nearly two hundred seventy million dollar bid the report says the offer would have saxophone by Hudson's bay company take over the bankrupt retailer's website launch Barney's departments in forty one of its stores and potentially take over some Barneys locations that offer by the way would top a separate one from an investor group led by trade show executives Sam than
China will exempt Tesla cars from purchase tax
"Tesla one exemption from a ten percent purchase tax on the vehicles it sells in China scoring a significant break despite tensions between China and the US the exemption which typically is reserved for domestic makers of electric vehicles affects all Tesla models sold in China a test was spokeswoman didn't respond to a request for comment Dutch news media are reporting Hudson's bay company's European adventure is nearing an end this as the Canadian retailer plans to close its fifteen Dutch department stores the company which has existed in some form since sixteen seventy will shut the Dutch stores and dismissed the work force of more than fourteen hundred by the end of the year a spokesperson wasn't immediately available to comment global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg
Hudson's Bay weighing sale of struggling retailer Lord & Taylor
"Another story retailer is reached across roads, Lord and Taylor can trace its roots back one hundred ninety years it was purchased by Hudson Bay company and twenty twelve and Hudson Bay now says it's hired a financial adviser to review the business and process could lead to a sale or merger some of Lord and Taylors troubles can be explained by the growth of online shopping early this year, Lord and Taylors century-old flagship location in New York was.
"hudson bay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Radio to save an extra ten percent off your first year. Lifelock with Norton. Wins news time one fifteen now from the WFAN sports desk. Here's John Minka. Larry, the owner of maximum security says the horse will not run in the Preakness and will appeal his qualification as the Kentucky Derby winner. Gary west says, there's no point running into practice because there's no chance of winning the triple crown was shocked and surprised that the stewards road of a statement that was probably prepared by their lawyers and refused literally refused to take a single question from the media. So they've been about as non-transparent about this whole thing as anything I've ever seen in my life west on NBC's today show today. Here's the baseball Yanks. Mariners stadium. The activating clip. Frazier from the internet CC suburbia poses Felix Hernandez tonight. I the four straight night games. Mets opened a three-game series and San Diego. Take too will be on the hill for the Mets losing three games in Milwaukee. Now two games under five hundred injury update. No structural damage and Stephen Mata's elbow may miss one start. Also, there's concern with Jason Vargas he left yesterday with left hamstring discomfort. The Mets have acquired right headed raise reliever. Wilmer fought for cash and a player to be named later. Edit is David price. The Red Sox left-hander who goes on to ten day de L with elbow tendinitis NBA playoff tonight tonight in Boston, Celtics and buxom Houston Rockets. Take on the Golden State Warriors the home team in need a win the even the respective semi-final conference series at two games apiece. Fifteen to forty five around the clock. John mccall. Ted win sports wins. News time one seventeen. There's a new phone scam making the rounds. And appears this one is a bit different than the others. Every so often your phone may ring once and then stop if that happens, and you don't recognize the number of the FCC says don't return the call. You may be the target of a one ring phone scam. The latest series of calls the FCC says are using the two. Two country code from west Africa, Katy Dan with the Federal Trade Commission says the scams are becoming more frequent calls has multiplied. The number of complaints has to wondering calls may appear to be from inside the US with three digits that looked like an area code. If you call the number back, though, you could be connected to a phone number outside the US and be charged connecting fee and other fees as long as they keep you on the phone. I'm Clayton Neville. Another story retailer has reached across roads. Lord and Taylor can trace its roots back one hundred ninety years it was purchased by Hudson Bay company in twenty twelve and Hudson Bay now says it's hired a financial adviser to review the business that process could lead to a sale or merger of Lord and Taylors troubles can be explained by the growth of online shopping earlier this year, Lord and Taylors century-old flagship location in New York was closed. T Rex has a newly discovered cousin not one that the king of dinosaurs likely ever met. Unlike the king of dinosaurs, they newly discovered suss guitar any Rex. Stood just three feet high and lived millions of years before it's nine relative skeleton was discovered in New Mexico and its name includes a native American word for.
Hudson's Bay weighing sale of struggling retailer Lord & Taylor
"Another story retailer has reached across roads. Lord and Taylor can trace its roots back one hundred ninety years it was purchased by Hudson Bay company in twenty twelve and Hudson Bay now says it's hired a financial adviser to review the business that process could lead to a sale or merger of Lord and Taylors troubles can be explained by the growth of online shopping earlier this year, Lord and Taylors century-old flagship location in New York was closed.
A polar bear, a gun and a courtroom in Nunavut
"With a polar bear, and it ends in a courtroom in Canada's north an inbetween it touches on a lot of the things that are integral to our identity up north the polar bear is loved and feared they are a wonder of nature a symbol of climate change. But they are also to the annual at food and clothing and a revenue stream to scientists and nature lovers. The bears are a species at risk and they're declining population serves as a warning bell. That is if the population is actually declining because the polar bear is also to people who live with them, a growing threat a danger to families and children and to the small towns that used to live in peace mostly undisturbed by bears hunting on the ice around them. So in the middle of all this is a bear and a gun and a bylaw and anywhere people who live among the bears and scientists who mean, well, maybe, but when push comes to shove don't know anything about the north, so yeah, it's a story about a bear. But when our guest today went north to tell. It found a lot more than that. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Our good friend Aaron Hutchins is a writer at Maclean's who goes to a lot of weird places and this time he went north. Yeah. Got my certificate for being north of the Arctic circle. Describe for me the scene that starts this story. And where it all sprung from last year. I read about a young man in his early thirties from Arthit notified, which is just north of Churchill Manitoba and he was out with his kids his daughters on an island. Nearby won a bear snuck up on them his rifle was back in the boat and to save his daughters. He put himself between his daughters in the bear or them back to the boat. So they can radio for help. And he was he was killed. Then a couple of weeks later. I read a second story in the town called now yet, which is way way up kind of north western tip of the Hudson Bay. And there was. A couple of guys who wanted to one hunting trip and their boat broke down. They got stranded the next morning they were having tea. They're trying to figure out what the next steps. When a mother bear her Cup. Stuck up on the tent, and the one thing you don't do around the bear is panic and this one man Daryll cognac was sleeping. He heard screams one of his friends being attacked. He got attention ran his friend the rifle shot the bear before jammed after one shot on shot wasn't enough to take down the bear. And as he rented was other rifle, Darryl died from the bear. So there were two deaths in the span of a couple of months up in and none of and I wanted to see what really was happening up there with the danger being posed by polar bears up there. But even I couldn't predict what would have taken place inside this courtroom and early March tell me about the incident that led to the courtroom who is facing charges, and what did they do or not do? So the guy who died on the hunt. Trip. He was from now yet Daryl county and after he was killed. They had to wait for days until coastguard found the guy the the hunters wouldn't leave his body there. They brought it back to town where he was buried the town's engraver is broken. So he actually isn't an unmarked grave and this hill overlooking now yet next to his dad's grave and less than two weeks after they had buried them. Another polar bear kind of arrived on the outskirts of town. And this is not uncommon up in the north where bears will kind of come through town. It is it is terrifying. Everyone will agree on that. But it is common and the emotions are really raw to in. You it had died recently one of their own and bear was in the skirts of town. It was about an hour before sunset. Now. Someone's other barely went on the CB radio, which hunters keep on them all the time. And they said there's a bear everyone just be aware. What do they usually do when that call goes out? There is a a wildlife conservation officer whose job is to essentially scare the bear away because the wildlife access you shouldn't kill a bear. Unless it's at a self defense. Or if you have a hunting tag. Now these towns don't have nearly as many hunting takes as required. The locals would say the conservation. Officer would be a person you'd go out there with a rifle or bear bangers, which is somebody kind of scared but needs to thrive on the air south to bear bangers and hopes of scaring the Barraway, right? The locals will say that the Paris will come back hours later a couple of days later, but the bears don't get scared away for good. So as the conservation officer was on route to scare the Barraway and elder very well respected. Hunter went on the airwaves and said somebody kill that bear before kills one of us again. And right, then you have this is not uncommon every hunter every friend of Daryl gets in their truck on their snow Bill and their TV head straight for the shore with their rifles helping to kill that bear and someone killed the bear. And normally it could just end right there. The bear is dead. The town is safe for now. But in this case, there was still the matter of whether you're allowed to kill a bear bears are not in danger. Species but they're vulnerable. And what happened was it took three months, but then a very well respected hunter and local guide Laurent Craigie arc. He got a ticket for two hundred thirty dollars for breaking the wildlife act for illegal harvesting of wildlife animal killing a bear. These people are by no means rich up there. But he could afford two hundred thirty bucks. He's not paying. He says I'm not going to pay. This takes a photo puts it up on his Facebook page says I got this ticket written in English, by the way, which is not as mother tongue about killing a bear. But I feel so sorry for the new it and the locals here that I'm going to go to court instead, and I traveled up to the Arctic circle to be there for that day in court. Tell me the contradiction around polar bears that is kind of at the heart of everything in your story. Yeah. This is the one thing that I think a lot of folks like myself that I really don't know about the north is when you read stories with north you hear about pull a bears population decline, you know, whether are Connex status there on the -tuni- there and. Commercials. There's all these memes that show bears are swimming in water 'cause there's no ice that they're struggling that. They're starving and but twenty five thousand polar bears the current estimate of population of bears around the world. So when you scientists they'll say one of the polar bear cell populations growing, but for our decline the in you, it will say that nine suppositions are growing the thirteen and not
"hudson bay" Discussed on Recode Decode
"And easy for you to shop with us. So yes, we we use data because we know the kinds of brands you've bought, and we can then recommend other things we think you'll light or a new week, you have a stylist, and she knows that you've always had your eye on this particular jewelry line in something new came out. So I think as long as we are doing it in trusted way and using that data to serve our customers. That's the guy. Oh in it to you. The last thing is where do the fresh ideas come from like in an older older business where how do you innovate into new things? I mean, whatever whatever you think of these businesses like stitch, fix run through run Boissier or they on and on and on there. So interesting. They're great. You know, love they do not come out of any of these stores used to be that. Yeah. Then so how do you do that as a CEO innovate within the company? I think one of the daddies I've had had on. on the one of the things that I've done that. We haven't talked a lot about is. I'm really proud of the team that I have I would say roughly at the top of the house half the people in the seats were were there. When I arrived and half of them are new and for me in any company. That's how you create healthy tension because the people have been around are going to give you perspective on what you might be missing. But the new people that I brought in didn't come from the industry, and so they're challenging the steps well to where they from well Vanessa came from stitch tips, and before that she was in the department store industry. I brought a CTO from CBS and my head of marketing came from BJ's and. So it's it's it's other industries. It's people people who don't really aren't really wed to this particular industry. But but by the way, I grew up at CBS, I was there for twenty-five years. You can be a challenger inside a company with longevity. And we have plenty of those swell. It's people I think it's the people who are dissatisfied with the status quo and are always looking around and trying to figure out what's new in less. 'cause you wouldn't you imagine? If you're trying to get people the stores into this store of the future would be to you. If you had to think of something in twenty years. Yes, sacks locally. Well, I think we'll keep pushing along these or Hudson's bay. Yeah. I think it's going to feel like theater, and entertainment and a place that you you're going to feel this like level of excitement to be at and at the same time, the beauty of look of things that we buy there's a touch and feel about them, which is you can't get just buying online. So it's how do I when you walk in that store? I know you immediately, and I make it easy for you. I will say that department stores can be hard to navigate. So how do we help you as soon as you walk in the door to find the things that have been a really big you don't think she walk in. And they should know you. That's what I mean. Yeah. I building things start. Yes. Yeah. I don't know how the world will. I think the world will evolve that way where they get your eyes or whatever who they. Yeah. No, really. I mean, people are already playing around with those things. Do you think that's going to happen? Right. Anybody get up for questions questions in a minute..
"hudson bay" Discussed on Recode Decode
"So why good on paper is something? Everyone bought what had the permission to do this presumably and to make that decision to like get rid of an internet part of coming down here. Right. Yeah. No. It doesn't at all. I think I know it really wasn't that hard because it was so obvious that it was going in the wrong direction. I the we had before I arrived. They had let go the leader of that business. But as I spoke to the person who's leading Saks Fifth eighty percent of my conversations were around guilt distraction, rather than how do you optimize this Axelle fifth biz? Right. And it's up to a fifth has its own digital. They had bought it for two hundred and fifty million dollars yet. Right. And you sold it for what if you disclose fifty million. It was less than one hundred less than one hundred fifty for example, could be hurry. That. Okay. To that. We worried about not feeling like you were part of the online space. No, I wasn't. Because actually the digital penetration of Hudson's bay is a whole white significance that you didn't need to internet company. Internationally. Thought was that. There were a lot of really great technical people who we have absorbed and they've really helped us as a company. So there were many good things we got from the position. But I thought that was not a hard decision. Not the hardest now then you also been closing Lord and Taylor's like moving them to closing them down. And you close them stores. The home outfitters stores to we close gonna get to what you're gonna do. Right. We close the the land. Have to clean everything you ever noticed that the the flagship Lord and Taylor building we closed down. And we said we will sell up to ten other Lord and Taylors. And so we're doing that. So why? Taylor is. I think has amazing loyalty among the people who shop there. They are not enough of them. But they're amazingly loyal, and we have incredible people working in that business. I think it's in the toughest part of retail the middle the middle. Exactly. It's neither the high end luxury where you can really own it, nor is it the low cost deep dust discount retailers like up his sax. It's not down at raw. Yeah. It's it's really I think it's it, and we have a fairly high cost structure and I've brought in leader. She's here today. Vanessa's president Lord and Taylor she's doing amazingly innovative things with that business, but it handicapped positioning in the market place. Yep. Heading changed that you you have to go up or down, right or some way. You can't really go down with word and tell you didn't go you can't go down. I think you have to get personal and local you have to stop saying where a chain you have to say, I'm in Westfield. New Jersey, and I'm going to be incredibly relevant for this market that I serve I'm going to bring in new services, Silas and do things that really matter to the people who live in this community. We're going to take a quick break. Now, we'll be back after this with Hudson's bay company. Ceo Helena, folks. Hi, this is Karen Swisher editor at large of Recode. I want to tell you about something, my friend, Casey Newton is working on as you probably know Casey is the Silicon Valley editor of the verge, and he has a fantastic newsletter that you should subscribe to it's called the interface. It's focused on Facebook, social networks and democracy. It's also beautifully written and very funny signs and also full of very important things. If you are interested in these topics it arrives in your inbox for free every Monday through.
"hudson bay" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Like Joan Collins say. Yeah. Okay. Can you promise me? Yes Churchill wild is in Arctic Canada on Hudson Bay, and it's a small resort. And it's got these amazing trips where you can check out you see polar bears, and they do a lot of donations to local charities. So they three different initiatives every year, and that can be everything from like local girl scouts to making. It's it's making itself fossil-fuel-free. So they really like what they do. Every year is a big part of how they operate loved one of the things that they talk about is fly fishing is a new thing that they're offering one hundred miles from any other human. Yes, talk about being alone reel. I thought Jason Wisconsin. They talk about Scotland. And because he's such a fan of outlander the series. He's like are you not? I have actually read the book series. We women are kind of really into this. Maybe ask Jen. But anyway, but you can go to Scotland right Scotland you can go to Zanzibar you can go to Panama with news down there. There's different places all around the world, depending on what you're close to write easier for you to get to Canada than it is for you to get to Indonesia, and there's different if you're in the United States, and there's different priorities, and you should rises. Can we talk about the the? This is pretty amazing no members, you only have ambassadors. It's in close to Savannah, Georgia. That's serious golf country. It's not Augusta but not too far away. So what are they doing down there? So congress is a new golf club. And like you said they don't have any members, quote, they call them ambassadors. They're they're similar to members. All the ambassadors. Jews judge based partially on their commitment to helping the mission of the course in the mission of the courses to help talented. Golfers get into college, so they take people from the surrounding area and actually across the United States, and they take them to congress for golf academies. Where not only do they train them in golf that. They also give them SAT prep. They give them mentors. So all the members of the club. They're supporting this mission to get people who are good at golf and connect them with colleges. These are talented athletes who otherwise might not have the opportunity. Who are probably not playing their fancy she country club near city. They're sort of struggling to find a way to get on a good course race is helping you know quite literally elevate their game. Yeah. And it's just giving them more hours in their quiver. You know, they have mentors again with the educational training. They do college counseling. So it's it's the whole mission. There is help these kids move to the next level, and what should end the Gulf is pretty good too wins. The best new private golf course. In America this year by golf digest. All right. So so from ethical getaways to ethical retailers you've got to focus on luxury goods out of Africa. Yes. So this is something that we've seen more and more of over the past few years companies that are trying to import fair trade and fair wage goods from Africa Africa, African design is very cool and hip right now. But people often think of African designers are one thing. A mask or a pattern print, but it can be a lot of different things. And so these companies are importing designing to the US and they're working with local companies, and they make sure that the companies pay a fair wage to people. So a lot of the crafts that come out of Africa are made in people's homes for a totally on the wage, and these companies are are actually giving go it'll be a company of like forty fifty people. And obviously again, that's a craft that you know, you can pass onto your family that you. That's right. And I thought it was interesting too. In terms of. Essentially economically supporting and and whatnot. This isn't just building wells, which is important, obviously, this is almost a different business infrastructure beyond you know, some of the things we think about in terms of investing in emerging economies. Yeah. So the two guys behind trading company, which is one of the big ones that we talk about they acquire smaller companies, and their big thing is is that they don't build wells. They're not against wells. It's just that's not what they do. They provide jobs for people, and that's you know, that's sort of their way of helping the community there. Valerie paid vacation kind of an unheard of business in that area. There's also in this section about Tino. Doing good stuff is a review of what you guys are calling the community table. It's really a new restaurant model. But yes, it's not just everybody just sitting together and eating together. It's a whole other thing. Right. So MS torsion Brooklyn is a restaurant where the back of house workers like the sous chefs and everything are refugees and asylum seekers. So it's it's American food main by people who want to be Americans, and it's it's part of a broader trend to for restaurants to do a lot of restaurants restaurants are huge margin business. But a lot of restaurants will do we'll have they'll make donations every year, whatever they'll do small nods towards doing good. But now a lot of places are realizing that having philanthropy be a core. Part of their business is actually good for their business people. It can save you money on workers as such as the case with Emma's torch, or it can just get more like a more loyal following among your audience. So we've got major food group, which is which is a fancy restaurant chain here in New York every dollar that they get from cancellations of people don't show up to a dinner at the grill, and they forfeit two hundred dollars or whatever they put their credit card down for all that money goes to the Robin Hood foundation. So it's a whole range of stuff like that that are making these restaurants into engines of good, I I do love that and the writer. Macron's Verka points out, we're not encouraging. Don't do that. But if you're gonna do it if you end up doing it, at least, your money's going to a good place. And the other interesting thing is Matt points out is food pretty good these places, which would you wouldn't necessarily assume you would think that that might be a trade off. Right. Exactly. So the torch the food is good the services, really good. It's professional waitstaff. But they're really training. These these chefs to be excellent chefs. And so that food is is not just like, it's fine food, and we're doing something nice. It's really good or dog tag bakery, which helps vets in DC sold a quarter of a million brownies through Starbucks over the course of a month. Like, this is stuff that people want. They also got a boost because the ultimate political bromance?.
Disney, 21st Century Fox Shareholders Vote to Approve $71.3 Billion Merger
"Get major, tax breaks from Anaheim Seven twenty now KNX ten seventy and Adrienne Mitchell your money CBS shares fell six percent after the Hollywood reporter said the, New Yorker would. Soon published, an article detailing sexual harassment allegations against CEO less moon vest the article came. Out after the closing bell CBS shares moving lower in. Late trading it's not over yet but big Hollywood news says made at a hotel in New York City with a pair of votes, that move one of the biggest media mergers in history. Closer to completion Walt Disney and first, Century Fox shareholders approved the, sale. Of FOX's entertainment business to Disney the next step selling FOX's regional. Sports channels movie passes, owner, has taken out a six, million dollar loan, from Hudson Bay capital after pass holders couldn't. Get into theaters Helius and Matheson says it'll us five million to pay some key business partners the past is stopped working after processor stopped clearing payments for movie pass the company has to repay about half of the loan on August I on Wall Street Thursdays nineteen percent plunge for Facebook followed by Twenty percent plunge for Twitter. Saw the. NASDAQ was Friday's biggest loser it fell one hundred fourteen points the Dow down seventy six points in the s. and p. fell eighteen, we check your money at twenty and fifty after each. Hour I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell KNX ten, seventy NewsRadio next on KNX, Facebook. Is making some moves to ban controversial content which you won't see. Onsite anymore just ahead.
Kraft Heinz recalling cheese dip on botulism risk
"The vodka Trump line last year after sacking sales and most recently Hudson Bay did the same WCBS news time twelve eighteen Traffic every ten. Minutes on, the eastbound on the southern state on Long Island that construction continues to block a lane. At the wantagh Parkway and it is causing some slowdowns Sharon called us about that earlier you're looking at. About a mile two mile, and a half of a backup because of this construction of the northern state and the e. both right now are moving well moving into Brooklyn still very slow inbound Golan is northbound BQ we up to cabin plaza battery tunnel into Brooklyn is a little slow as well bell, Parkway eastbound delays getting to Pennsylvania Avenue because of roadwork westbound. Delays also with the Pennsylvania Avenue and. Again also because of roadwork westbound l. e. at eightieth street broken down vehicle in the left lane you're slow from the fairgrounds grand central's a little slow to on the westbound side by LaGuardia through that. Kids rushing FDR still some pockets of traffic to southbound between the arcade triborough bridge and the fifty ninth street bridge and in the Bronx on the. Southbound Degan on the ramp from the cross Bronx you still have. An accident or rather disabled tractor trailer there that's got the. Acceleration lane blocked off this report is sponsored by Dell Hudson river crossings Still slow inbound at the Lincoln it's about thirty and our hitting the. WB on the westbound cross Bronx about half an hour on, the inbound side and a okay as of right now at. The. Holland tunnel both into the city and heading back to New Jersey Dell small business technology advisors no there's nothing small about. Your business they provide one on one partnership and reliable LPC's with, Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by. Dell our next traffic update less than ten minutes away on WCBS and our update. On the, forecast we're going to get that right now with meteorologist Bob Larsen clouds at a few. Sunny breaks the Sancho bore Banja bit breezy with a couple of showers and thunderstorms any shower can bring. A heavy downpour high around, eighty degrees periods of rain thunderstorm tonight some of the rain tonight we'll be heavy lows seventy two quads followed by some sunshine tomorrow they'll still be a shower thunder at spots continued warm high eighty four quite warm and humid on Friday partly sunny could be heavy and gusty, thunderstorm late Friday afternoon high eighty seven so the chance of. Showers Saturday otherwise partly sunny high eighty. Six partly sunny on Sunday high eighty four sunshine Followed by clouds on Sunday turning humid again with a, shower, or thundershower possible he. Had, a high temperature eighty four right. Now it's seventy eight in Ridgewood queens seventy four and Perth. Amboise Seventy-seven import Washington, and, seventy four degrees. Mostly cloudy skies at central park WCBS news time twelve twenty be careful about your caso CBS's. Diane king hall tells us about a new recall Kraft Heinz is recalling seven thousand cases of its Taco Bell cheese dip because of botulism risk that cheese dips being. Recalled are fifteen cases of Taco Bell sausa- con case oh mild cheese dip Atta best, when used by date ranging from October thirty first, two thousand eighteen, to January twenty third twenty. Nineteen no cases though of the onus have. Been reported, so far a, minor crisis is coming to head. In Germany German brewers are putting out the word if people, want more beer. They have to bring back their. Empty, bottles there's a shortage of, bottles not beer they have plenty of that Germany charges a deposit on those bottles which is, refunded when people, bring them back to a, store however beer sales have been strong this summer. And people have not been too quick to return the bottles so the brewers. Are, coming up short if, you have the blues at work it turns, out that sharing is caring CBS news correspondent Jim. Chenevey explained. Depressed at work maybe you should. Talk it over with the boss a new study, finds. It managers who show concerns for their employees problems end up, with more productive workers who take less. Time off the findings based on data on more. Than sixteen thousand, employees and their, managers in the US and fourteen other countries suggested many people. Suffer depression at some point in their working lives but. Often don't disclose their conditions or get professional help because they're afraid of repercussions Jim Chenevey CBS news there's a. Cool new way to get around but you will need a charger, CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez explains on the. Way from the people who, brought us. The segue electric roller skates The company has debuted its drift w ones your own shooed souls are secured on top of a single wheeled skate with rubbery pads on top with a slight lean in any direction you roll away the skates are battery operated the ride lasts for up to.
Ivanka Trump fashion brand shutting down
"Live from, NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens President Trump's pick. For the, next avenue of Georgia has won a Republican runoff election secretary of state Brian Kemp says, he's grateful for the support always believed it could be done and we made it happen tonight we're not done yet can't meet Lieutenant governor Casey Keiko who had the backing of Georgia's outgoing governor. Nathan, deal who cannot seek reelection because of term limits can't, full-face Democrats Stacey Abrams in November Abrahams seeks to become the nation's first black woman governor President Trump is set to me, with the European, Commission president Jean-Claude Yonker Wednesday amid, concerns about his trade. Policies Trump says he'll propose that the US, and European nations drop all tariffs barriers and subsidies on, Tuesday the president tweeted that trade partners must either negotiate a fair deal or pay tariffs the US and its European. Allies are at odds over US tariffs on. Imported steel and threats to include off Automobile production. As well President Trump's daughter is is shutting down her fashion brand WNYC's Andrea Bernstein has details Ivanka Trump's been licensing her. Name lines of clothing shoes and handbags targeted to young women for almost ten years like her father, Ivanka Trump did. Not divest from her brand prompting a series of ethical questions during the transition, her company sent out a release. About a bracelets you. More going sixty minutes. Interview with her father just last week she promoted the hiring of American workers while her own products are made abroad at first, her father's campaign seemed, to give her brand of boost in sales jumped during two thousand sixteen but after he took office retailers including, Nordstrom Hudson's bay stop. Selling her products her companies president. Informed eighteen, New York based employees it would be shutting down Trump said in a statement her quote, focus for the foreseeable future will be in Washington for NPR news I'm Andrea Bernstein in New York Greece's prime minister has declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the country's worst Wildfires in over a decade from Rathenow Joanna kakissis reports that the death toll has risen to at least seventy four planes fly low. Over the village of Mati east of Athens dropping water Yanni sought finance walks. Through his burned, out home near the village he'd heard about the. Fires while away on vacation and rushed home a friend was staying. In his house if European as soon as my friends saw the flames she. Grabbed her. Dogs and ran out or if I know says adding a good thing because look what happened, residents of this seaside village have been evacuated, to nearby hotels hundreds of homes. Have burned, to the ground the road is lined. With Sudi hulks of scorched cars rescue workers are searching, homes and, cars for victims who may have gotten trapped in the fire for. NPR news I'm Joanna kakissis in ruffina. Greece on Wall Street stocks closed mixed lower on the NASDAQ you're listening to NPR news Mandatory evacuation orders are. In effect at Yosemite national park is fire crews tried to contain growing forest fire a park spokesman says at least a thousand campground and hotel reservations will be cancelled Scott get him insist, the valley. The heart, of the visitor experience at the park will be closed. Beginning at noon on Wednesday the so-called Ferguson fire has burned nearly. Thirty eight thousand acres and is twenty. Six percent, contain pop singer Demi Lovato has been hospitalized, for an apparent overdose in Los Angeles, NPR's Justin Richmond says, that the twenty five year old singer has had. A history of substance abuse it's not clear what Demi Lovato. Took but her aunt posted on Facebook that. The singer is awake and responsive Levada had problems with. Drugs since she was seventeen here she's on YouTube talking about her struggles I used a bunch of coke and. I popped a few zanex bars Demi Levato venture became, clean and, celebrated five years sober. Earlier this year but in June she released a song. Called sober Involve the lyrics include. The line I'm. Not so burning Justin Richmond NPR news an Ecuadorian immigrant attain while. Delivering pizza is. Now out of jail Pablo via Vincennes CEO was taken into, custody at an army installation in. Brooklyn and then detained in New Jersey the thirty five year old husband and father of. US citizens was facing deportation last month another judge now says the of incensio must be allowed to remain in the US. To pursue his application for legal residency I'm..
Top State officials visit Cuba, probe "new attacks"
"W CBS news time eight, thirty one CBS news confirmed Snoopy details today about, the. Investigation into attacks, on US diplomats in Cuba you, get more. From, CBS news. Correspondent Steve Dorsey who's been following developments from the start We have some That is. Not Steve Dorsey We'll get to him now Three high level State Department officials have just wrapped up in. Unannounced visit to Havana Cuba it follows a tax on to more diplomats first reported last month and another similar incident at, a, US post in Guangzhou China but so far the US has come up short on what and. Who are behind the attacks Dan Rondi is senior vice president with the center. For strategic and international studies we have to not operate. From a place of denial, this is too. Many attacks it's to purposeful the State Department also confirms it's completed a long awaited report on the case as. It prepares to brief, congress Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington after nearly two months in custody after being headed over to ice agents while delivering, a pizza to fort Hamilton an. Ecuadorian immigrant, is free tonight CBS reporter Steve. Burns says the decision Corrado today's court hearing judge Paul Crotty already seemed a bit skeptical, of the federal government's position asking hearing what the. Harm to, the country is if. Pablo Oh via the censeo uses the. Citizenship process available to him the judge is allowing via that chance now ordering the federal government to release him immediately he, had, been in custody ever since he delivered a pizza to fort Hamilton in early June that was. When a routine background check revealed via was ordered to leave the country in. Two thousand ten you since applied to stay here after. Marrying a US citizen the, couple has two. Young girls Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty President Trump is praising border patrol officers and those from the immigration. And customs enforcement for, their work along the southern border we have some of the worst drug dealers terrorists criminals and MS thirteen gang members, and we're either throwing them the. Hell in, jail or throwing him out of. Our country and ice goes up there and they walk in like it's another day in, the office President Trump's slammed Democrats pushing for the. Abolition of Ice saying those who join such calls are disciples of what he referred, to as very low I q. Person Maxine Waters and house minority leader Nancy Pelosi The. Trump administration, is proposing a twelve billion dollar aid package for America's farmers to help them deal with the escalating trade war between the. US and other countries CBS news White House correspondent, Steven Portnoy I'm Stephen, Portnoy in a, speech in Kansas City the president urged farmers to be patient vowing they'll be the. Biggest beneficiaries of his tariffs just stick with us don't believe. That crap you see from. These people the fake news some of the president's closest allies in congress are rejecting. His, proposal to help farmers South Dakota Senator John thune says it's not the right remedy others have been more critical go further Nebraska's Ben Sasse as Mr. Trump threatens. To make, America nineteen twenty nine again CBS news time eight thirty four CBS news has confirmed with the Wall Street Journal reported earlier today that Russian. Hackers have reached the, control rooms, if you, want utilities CBS news homeland security, and Justice correspondent Jeff gays says investigators believe these hackers. Are connected to the Russian government this is a similar playbook that we've seen. As outlined by US intelligence agencies when they look at the scanning and probing voter databases. In the two thousand sixteen election so in some of those. Cases spearfishing was involved as well, so there are, some similarities here, and of course in those cases it was. A trace back to Russian intelligence federal, officials tell the Wall, Street Journal hackers working for Russia were able to gain access to those control, rooms of electric utilities last year allowing them to cause blackouts Trump ish shutting down her fashion line of dresses shoes and handbags no, more close making for a vodka Trump. The president's daughter says she's made the decision to focus more on her work in the White House and so. She is shutting down, her clothing, company Nordstrom, job Ivanka Trump line last year, and recently Hudson Bay did the same she also attributes. Ethics restrictions as one of the reasons the company was not able to grow. Some of our products will still be sold through places like Amazon until the end of. Licensing agreements with business partners eighteen, people will lose their jobs. Due vodka Trump clothing and jewelry, shutting down.
"hudson bay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"History starting nineteen sixty nine or the National League beats the American League for the seventh consecutive time nine to three in the fortieth major league baseball all-star. Game at RFK stadium in Washington DC this week, in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the NFL was found guilty, of violating antitrust law. But survived the USFL the United States Football League's one point six nine billion dollar lawsuit the jury awarded, damages of. Just one dollars to the failing football NewsRadio iheartradio, station KOA NewsRadio. Time is two thirty good afternoon I'm Susan Witkin President. Trump tweeting today the tariffs are the greatest the president's tweets says other countries will either give the US fair trade or get hit with tariffs house speaker Paul Ryan is not sold I understand the president's plan I understand what. He's trying to do Anderson in goal he's trying to achieve is a good. One a better deal for Americans better trade agreements I. Just don't think tariffs are the way to go and our members are making that pretty. Clear the president says the tariffs are forcing some countries to negotiate better trade deals with United States avant-garde Trump is pulling the plug on her fashion brand devan Kaz namesake clothing and accessory business has come under fire since the twenty sixteen. Election amid the accusations of ethics violations just two, weeks ago Canada's Hudson's bay company dropped the brand citing poor sales, for twenty eight years. Congresswoman Diana together get tried to get a Colorado wilderness act through congress and fail Nonetheless she's going to try again believe you me one thing I've learned in twenty. Years of promoting this Bill it's not easy to protect public land. To get. Says it's still, keeps ninety percent of. Manage land open for oil. And gas drilling recreation, and other uses the Rockies measure themselves against the reigning World Series champs tonight when the. Houston Astros come to Coors. Field and this is just. The start yeah Houston Oakland's and other above five hundred. Team Saint Louis in Milwaukee and the next, road trip and on and on if the. Rockies can get back to the playoffs to keep playing the way they're playing now 'cause they're going. To earn the spot in the postseason that's place of the Rockies Jack Corrigan our coverage of. Tonight's game starts at six o'clock I pitch as at. Six forty our next news update is at three o'clock I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM here's traffic and weather together here's Rick Morgan good afternoon Rick could have used in from the best..
Prince Harry Carries on Princess Diana's Legacy by Announcing AIDS Initiative With Elton John
"Doesn't come as much of a surprise for b twelve riders that. It's this year's recipient of this Lepe award, for the city's most unreliable bus the award is handed out every year by, commuter advocate groups transit center and the straphangers campaign Jackie Cohen is, campaign, coordinator for the straphangers speed twelve in Brooklyn brunches about twenty one point, four percent of the time or, every one in five buses approximately. Comes bunched and so what that means is that buses are. Not on schedule it's one buses. Come together in a heard the pokey award for the city's slowest bus goes to. The, m forty two which averages three point two miles an hour. On, forty second street You might not wanna wait much longer to pick up that. I've vonda Trump dress that you've had your eye on the first. Daughters clothing brand is folding and it staff, is being laid off retailers including Nordstrom Hudson's bay have stopped selling vodka Trump, products over the past year and a half citing their poor performance Some locals near Aberdeen Scotland weren't too keen on the initial. Development of the Trump organizations golf somebody in their midst and now the Trump family is ready to move ahead with phase. To the woman who didn't ninety six million dollar investment plan for the Aberdeen complex includes fifty cottages sports sportscenter and equestrian. Facilities the first phase had included a championship golf. Course clubhouse and, hotel the controversial development which was approved. In twenty eight, has been accused of failing to. Deliver on promises of investment and employment but the Trump, organization says the next face who support. Nearly, two thousand jobs, during construction and some three hundred permanent positions Eric Trump who leads the business with his brother Donald junior says the timing is now. Right for us that's, correspondent Charles David desma seaside area near Athens, Greece is. No summer retreat this year due to wildfires they've claimed at least seventy four lives now one hundred eighty Seven others are. Being, treated at hospitals Let's run second. International, aids conference is underway in Amsterdam Elton John is there Charlene's the're on is taking part so is Prince Harry whose mother Princess Diana was active in the fight against aids At a moments, when the progress we have. Full so, hopeful is at risk from dangerous complacency prince and Elton John are joining forces to launch the men star coalition the organization will target HIV infections in men especially, in sub. Saharan Africa Harry says the, root of the problem is the lack. Of awareness of HIV prevention among young men wins. News time to ten traffic and AccuWeather in one minute on ten.
"hudson bay" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Twenty six year old homeless man has been arrested on suspicion of setting several fires and the orange county area santa ana police arrested the guy yesterday after a fire was started in santiago creek authorities say that they have linked the man to fourteen fires set in the orange county area since june tenth a woman's remains have been found a trash can partially filled with cement in victorville they san bernardino county sheriff's department says four people were arrested yesterday in connection with the discovery detectives say they believe the remains were at the location for more than a year coroner's officials are working to identify the woman in determine cause of death canadabased hudson's bay has begun cutting ties with ivanka trump the department store has quietly decided to stop carrying the first daughters brand and will phase out the products this false story executives say the decision was made because of low performance they didn't mention the boycott against the store sparked by carrying the brand in the first place us stores lord and taylor and saks off fifth avenue which are owned by hudson's bay we'll continue to sell ivanka's products the ceo of papa john's says that the founder of the pizza chain is being pulled from the company's ads the change comes after the founder admitted to using a racial slur on a conference call in may he has apologized for the remark and resigned as chairman of the board had been wednesday papa john's said that there are no plans to change its name thousands of marched in edinburgh scotland in protest of president trump's visit their demonstrators carried antitrump signs and chanted in the streets including sheila adver butch who is living abroad american and he's made me the ashamed of america and i think that's awful trump is spending the weekend at his resort in turnberry ahead of his meeting monday with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki finland twelve russian intelligence officers have been indicted for interfering in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election president trump took to twitter earlier today saying the russian interference took place during the obama administration not the trump administration trump then tweeted why didn't they do something about it especially when it was reported that president obama was informed by the fbi in september before the election question mark a coach and twelve young soccer players rescued from a cave in thailand had been making a strong recovery the thai public health minister says they're gaining weight they're getting physically active and could be released as early as thursday in a video the boys think people around the world for their concern and said there's no longer need to worry doctors are now focused on the mental health of the team warning them to limit media exposure for at least a month to avoid ptsd symptoms and accused hacker has been charged here in la the woman from new jersey is accused of hacking selena gomez is email l a county prosecutors say twenty one year old susan amtrak faces nearly a decade in prison they claim she access the accounts of gomez and one of the singers associates several times in two twenty fifteen and sixteen and posted online private media from the accounts erin bender kfi news traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center trash in griffith park on.
China, Hudson and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"The ban on american firms selling products to china's e t e corp the ban was removed after z t e submitted the final payment of a one point four billion dollar penalty after pleading guilty to violating sanctions hudson's bay says it will stop selling ivanka trump's goods at its canadian namesake stores hudson bay sites slow sales we hear more about that from bloomberg's charlie pellett toronto based company which also owns saks fifth avenue and lord and taylor will phase out the brand at its namesake chain and website this fall according to a person familiar with the matter of vonk trump's brand was notified of the decision to pull ups products from hudson's bay in fall of two thousand seventeen many major retailers both mass.
"hudson bay" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"For public safety the number pullovers western hudson bay region remained stable at around eight hundred forty yeah i i mean if that's all you know of course you can take your kids on polar bears but definitely a gun with you you just didn't have an on him he had it with them but not on the last death was in two thousand yeah you don't want to say polar bears of the meat is once this guy this guy he's got attacked on his tent up there somewhere and and the polar bear attacked him and crawl through the tent grabbed him by the head pulled them out of a sleeping bag and his buddy goes fog getting pulled out just getting ripped pulled out by his head and his friend pulls out a shotgun it goes could there's condition shoots the fucking polar bear polar bird dies as friends i is had he scalped and he's all bunched up all night they had to sit there and they said they built a fire and they had and he had to sit awake because you can't go to sleep because now you killed the hauler bear bother bear smell it and they come in tonight you gotta sit there get you dragged up fucking beer somewhere we well there about thirteen hundred pounds but go ahead and no no you can't you can't drag it anywhere and you won't because it's move somewhere else sure can't because it's dark and it sucks well maybe sit there by the fire the buds sleep in how you know how you're you now you find out if a polar bears creeping up because you don't hear it no you don't hear you hear the what do you find your back what do you hear how do you know a polar bears coming up on your dog start to wind hopefully you have your dogs assume you have dogs better have your dogs and how many end there's only a couple of kind of dogs that can survive that they other dogs die of the cold your german shepherd ain't make the husky no huskies can't handle it either there's a type of dog sled dog that'll take its nose put it right in its crotch curl up on the ice code asleep that's how they that's how siberian husky can't do too cold in certain parts siberian and even malamud apparently will die but there's another sled dogs those dogs can do some moyen now greenland chinook no i mean those alaskan you know but there there's a dog that a sled dog that will actually do it and my buddy sam sheridan who live with the enu it was telling me about it there's one dog bad ass anybody saying was lying because it says siberian huskies are bred for it well the of the ones that you see are not the ones pretty sure so being huskies were made for bro boy sam's lying there's one dog because i've been sled i've been on sleds i ask them what kind of dogs do it and they told me here's why beyond survives it whoa plunged to minus one thirty nine hundred seventy three i did arrive mushers complaint not the dogs and those were three the mayo we can handle serious high hey so it says the only dogs that can deal with this cold are ready siberian husky alaskan malamute s and then some other one i can't pronounce them always like a mix of a husky type dog prince saying it was lanky it's a mix you don't know that sounds like you were saying figure it out who's all full of shit well well sam definitely not so both three thousand but but whatever the case the size matters lost in the service the body the the more surface of an animal has more heat it.
Britain clears way for Murdoch to battle Comcast for Sky
"Bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories joel schneider the us has quietly asked saudi arabia and some other opec members to boost their oil production bloomberg has learned the trump administration wants another million barrels a day to be pumped us retail gasoline prices have hit their highest level in three years and president trump has publicly complained about opec and rising oil prices a social media giant is joining the s and p five hundred bloomberg's gina cervetti has details twitter will replace monsanto and the s and p five hundred starting june seventh a move that forces index funds with trillions of dollars in assets to own the stock was san francisco companies shares have more than doubled from last year's low on optimism about ceo jack dorsey strategy to push into live video and more personalized content in february the company posted a profitable second quarter after more than sixteen quarters of losses separately the dow jones indices also added net flex to the s and p one hundred gina cervetti the stage is set for a bidding war over british satellite broadcaster sky we get details from bloomberg's ed corry the uk blames do approve twentyfirst century fox's proposed sixteen billion dollar takeover of sky it's a crucial victory for rupert murdoch is he battles comcast but control of the country's biggest paytv company fox's bid for sky can go ahead provided the us media company sells sky news it's murdock's second attempt to buy sky the uk approval allows fox to increase its bid for the sixty one percent of sky it doesn't already own to fend off a rival offer from comcast which is sixteen percent higher murdoch plans to sell sky could disney as part of a fifty two billion dollars sale of most of fox which comcast is now also trying to buy ed corry hudson bay says it will close up to ten lord and taylor stores in an effort to revive its business the closures will include its flagship manhattan location which opened in nineteen fourteen last fall hudson bay sold the building for eight hundred fifty.
"hudson bay" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bye bye bill let's talk about seventy eight we've got a few things going on their first of all starting with the hudson bay extension eastbound construction just past exit fourteen in newark causing some delays that's going to be out there all weekend so plan accordingly and on the westbound side of seventy eight from exit thirty three in bernards out past route seventy eight our best route.
Trump Tightens Screws on Putin But Says He Wants to Get Along
"On the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons nancy thanks peter president trump did not just propose a summit meeting to putin when he called the russian leader last month he invited him to the white house this is according to a kremlin official the prospect of putin visiting washington is likely to sharpen divisions over relations with russia's especially in light of that alleged kremlin meddling in the us presidential elections russia though denies madeline china is looking to talk trade with us before their damaged relationship is beyond repair china has raised import duties on a three billion dollar list of us pork apples and other products in response to the us tariff hike on steel on aluminum the senior vice president of the us china business council aaron ns talked with bloomberg about the latest move by china the estimate of what the cost of tariffs are on chinese steel and aluminum that the administration is pursuing separately is equal to roughly three billion dollars thus the tariffs that china's putting on us products makes it an equal and opposite reaction beyond the action on the trump administration is preparing to propose a list of other chinese products to be targeted with tariffs jury selection under way today and bill cosby sexual assault retrial his last trial ended in a hung jury but the cultural landscape is changed with the metoo movement gaining traction the eighty year old comedian is charged with drugging and molesting woman at his suburban philadelphia home in two thousand and four and winnie mandela prominent antiapartheid activist and the ex wife of nelson mandela has died at the age of eightyone global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thank fancy now with our other top stories i'm joe schneider over the weekend tesla rushed to manufacture and deliver its model three sedan the electric car maker wants to bolster the numbers it's about to report to rattled investors still tesla probably came up short and shares were falling today they fell twenty two percent in march that was the worst month for tesla in more than seven years there's been a credit card breach at a department store giant bloomberg's pat carroll has the story a data security breach at canada's hudson's bay could have exposed more than five million credit and debit card accounts used at saks fifth avenue saks fifth and lord and taylor stores security firm gemini advisory reports.
"hudson bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's richard in the great province of ontario hello richard bramley good evening and once again i'm sorry for all the crappy weather in uh give the station that's been going on in new england area well thank you um uh in in light of recent news um i uh in terms of uh free trader tariffs it every wanna call it a few years ago due to two well that channel climate change the project was released and hudson bay um because the through the canadian government's building a bridge spanning hudson's bay and and and it's quite unique project was uh going to take about twenty five to thirty years and probably some the government project it'll take thirty five to forty years uh to complete because you know there are limitations on the construction season and it's being uh it is one of the biggest steel projects ever in canada and it's um as good neighbours do with it's uh 5050 uh steal canadian steel us deal such and was just an example of the way neighbours should cooperate and i thought that was quite impressive by uh uh uh president trump today to uh to uh uh allow mexico and canada to uh to stay on the list i should have done that the first by sees there's all kinds of folks who we don't have a beef with that would suffer from the tariffs and he should've just singled out a few countries instead of africa trump because the probably cost a little bit of anxiety with uh business leaders for sure and a question so tell me about this project what bridge could take twenty five years to build well look with filth hudson's bay um and of course the so far north that's not the um the construction season would be um he can't build year round because of the cold um so they they have to shut down but it's because it's because of climate change there's going to be open water the the far north people are going to need a bridge to to get across because they to get across because they can no longer use uh um like snowmobiles her dog sleds so i don't see anything about an online hudson bay bridge yep hudson's bay a government uh project uh got it definitely approval in parliament a boat um august two years ago alone or maybe even longer than that three years ago and one of.
"hudson bay" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"East ramblers four one one i am so happy to be at the hudson bay hotel as flown v eight t h ele wedding you know there's a it's a kelly ross common which is odd because when you look at the map you're gonna see f road a covers a decent amount of territory it's a big place at form dead center in the middle of the republic liar making it a perfect place to base herself and a perfect place to run around and site c and door all kinds of stuff that we're going to talk about with tomase its managing director but at the same time a perfect place to come back to to relax in their leisure centre and to enjoy anything from the fun and laughter and happiness that goes on in their pub restaurant or to have a bit of exquisite fine dining orders our muscles people their amazing and i am a muscles expert and give the oddity is that county ross common is a small portion of f loan and the rest is county westmeath so i was trying to remember tim is an excellent eleven that you get off of the double go away road onto is exit eleven because less the first time we came here we got off the next ten years which is westmeath and we is alvin circles for about half an hour until i called the front desk and said i do not hang up on me until i of in front of you at the front desk because you're going to talk to sinn was i felt like i was a pilot the adb's a passenger in a plane oh singleengined a single little plane with the pilot just died and i had a flies his plane and landed and i needed the control tower to talk me in so something i never when i have to do although i have to say i did flies these triple seven flight simulator so i know had i know how to pick it up at nine i had a.
"hudson bay" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"By picking this for that game second free throw is good more to lead whittled down to a point from eight toward forty six forty five died servitude ago wildcat defense as picked up so outsideleft hudson bay john wall wide open easy layup perky vaughn out on of the left block has he brings it importing eight forty past facing by florida opening up the four rent a little shuffle cut a back door cut by alan able to get these layup wildcats walk it up to saddle exander looks leper vanderbilt leap for knox off the bounce drives bob's what's it whole weather rotting banker as he took contact from hayes forty eight forty seven and that was a tough shots still got it to go with that contract florida less severe for cable and alan gives the bounce out of a left wing for hudson she owes are the bench getting his legs work god by the trader drive to the rim by hudson gets fouled on route and ward off a switch had a big knocks the fed they get aggressively cuts cup jets worth three point was and i think that's what's board of needs to do a little bit more of expose the kentucky one on one defense not real good handling the ball that valve of knocks who's third teams fourthandone preapril all the way is good the breathing room for the caters backup tooth possessions fifty one 42 41 or try to attack oneonone defender constructing just has trouble for some reason zabaleta kazan long as they are keeping the ball in front of them the difficult offensive for the wildcats third a bit of a slugfest here it ugly shooting night but the gators guilders alexander probing cripple onehanded chialo that quarter but first triple overtime it's one thousand thirty two consecutive games with a report and a waterboard affair erupted i new i twenty three thousand person ground gatara ball brought court right alba pops popular three up top off fired of as kentucky with a goal lead the all up the left side please flashes rambler up jock this fact up i florida typical by bed or build partly pete's while the pre is that legiter all the krill edward out that about back back and forth got a good one fifty.
"hudson bay" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As the consumer is ready to have a very positive season for more on the future of retail and the us bloomberg's alec steal david west in and john farrow spoke with jerry stewart the former ceo of hudson's bay did you buy and bitcoin over the weekend news bitcoin spent a lot of time visiting stores and it was interesting i saw a lot of traffic this was a very robust weekend black friday remains the marquee event in retail and of course monday that key cyber retail we saw huge increase in internet sales across retailers over the over the weekend no doubt about that that was expected i think what wasn't as much expected maybe a bigger story is that the bricks and were pre resilient there were a lot of people came out if there was a decrease it bricks and mortar retailers it wasn't it all of them some went up someone down and by and large there were a lot of people in the stores there when you add that together with a huge growth the double digit growth online you saw the increase in spending on black friday but is it enough suggest for the s p retail looking at their debt outstanding two hundred twenty two billion dollars well above that and my question over the weekend as the foot traffic picked up because he commerce picked up isn't enough to offset a massive amount of debt that's coming due in this industry well it's much more complicated the one weekends results we feel and what you are sees blackberries holding up is the holding up for a couple of years people were coming out there enjoying it they're shopping for the bargains but retail faces a very transformational period right now certainly an underlying cause is the growth of the internet and their shift online what's happening bricks and mortar stores is of course they're losing some of that bears getting summit back through their own ruth online taste huge growth at sites like macy's dot.
"hudson bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The plaque was mounted in morgan's department store before the hudson bay company took over the space and they're looking into the issue after the war jefferson davis was charged with treason in jail after his release he spent time in montreal in state at levels home for npr news i'm dan carping csak in toronto secretary of state rex tillerson says the us is willing to talk with north korea ballots missile programme spokeswoman heather nauert says the us is waiting for kim dongmoon to signal that he's ready kim jongun we would like to have talks with him when the time is right when they shelled that a are serious serious about an effort to move toward denuclearisation we have not seen that yet north korea's state media has said kim is delaying a plan to fire missiles toward guam as he monitors the actions of the trump administration president trump has said the us military is locked in loaded north korea acts on wisely but south korea's president says military action on the korean peninsula can only be decided by south korea you're listening to in pr news the death toll from mudslides and flooding in the capital of west africa sierra leone is rising the official figure has climbed to some four hundred and the red cross as hundreds remain missing and of it'd be quiz stark to reports had morgues in freetown are overflowing and authorities are preparing for mass burials really wealth is in sierra leone are concerned about the risk of cholera spreading novelty emergency appears to be in the recovery phase aid agencies according for prompt burials without delay this follows the collapse of mount shikles outside freetown burying hundreds of people and homes in a mudslide and at taunton horta pick cricket by heavy seasonal rains rescue workers have recovered dozens more corpses and the city's main mole is running out of space seemingly angel sarthi's are poised to bury hundreds of bodies this week the president is edging relatives of those who perished to identify the family members of freetown's main mortuary two lawful ariel of heavy acquis stopped an npr news across authorities in greece are asking for additional water trapping aircraft from the european union cruiser battling a major wild fire burning north of pathans bout 400 firefighters and soldiers assisted by around a dozen water dropping planes have been fighting the.
"hudson bay" Discussed on Fashion Hags
"Bad loans national park, and it's green, and it has the stripes, which are, you know, the yellow present or whatever. And. Yeah. And it's you know, totally at my alley and for a long time since Chris was a kid. He has had his heart set on getting a Hudson's bay five point blank it the glacier, national park Plunkett is essentially the Hudson's bay blanket. It's almost identical. I think there's there's two sort of sets of stripes on the glacier blanket. And I think there's only one on the Hudson's bay and the maybe a little bit wider sure to the untrained either identical basically and Hudson's bay does all kinds of stuff with the my point. It's a big. And right now anyways long story short. He is looking specifically at this one type of blanket, just the glacier blankets. And so the girls like, okay. Like you. You're a little. This. And she turns out is the lady who does quality control at the factory. So she everything that has a second has a little tape. Mark on it for like, this is what the flaw is. And then a tape Mark on where it is on the Lancaster. So the one that he was looking for. In this stack of of other glacier monks in this big warehouse. Like, there's just tables and tables and tables of blankets, and she's like, okay. Okay. Well, you know, what you're looking for the code that. You wanna look for is FW, and that's the most minimal kind of flaw, and what it basically is when I think it's when they're pressed the fabrics gets folded over a little bit or something. So it makes a little crease that comes out, but it sort of shadow Cerna thing and imperfection at slight very slight. It's an infraction that you can't then touch six hundred dollars blanket user, but you probably one hundred dollars for it. So that's what they did. And he found this beautiful Queen size glacier, national park blanket. It's so soft people think wool is soft. It's so soft. It's so beautiful. It's perfect..