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"industry council" Discussed on WTOP
"Surrogate for the overall immunity provided for the vaccine. Now, the study looked at binding antibodies, which tagged the virus for destruction by the immune system. Data on neutralizing antibodies, which blocked the virus from entering cells are still being Analysed. Jane J. Says it's talking with the FDA and other health authorities about recommending a booster. Fizer, meanwhile, is seeking FDA approval of a booster dose of its covid vaccine. More from a P correspondent Ben Thomas Visors to Shot vaccine received full regulatory approval from the FDA this week for Americans ages 16 and older. Now. The company says it started the approval process for a third dose and expects to complete its application by the end of this week. Last week, U. S health officials announced plans to dispense Covid 19 booster shots to all Americans to shore up their protection amid a surge in infections of the delta variant of the virus. Visors vaccine is still under an emergency use authorization for ages. 12 to 15. I'm Ben Thomas and Moderna says it has completed the application process for full approval of its covid vaccine in the U. S. If given the okay by the FDA, Moderna's vaccine will be the second to receive full approval behind Pfizer. The company started the process back in June with the beginnings of a so called Biologics license application. Modernist to shot vaccine currently holds an emergency use authorization for those 18 and up More than 180,000 covid cases and Children were recorded over the course of the week that ended last Thursday in the US reaching levels of the winter surge that, according to the latest data from the American Academy of Pediatrics, more than one in five reported cases that week were in kids. Since the start of the pandemic. More than 4.5 million kids have tested positive hospitalization and deaths remain low for pediatric patients, but cases are expected to continue surging as the school you Begins and vaccines remain unauthorized for kids under 12 Coming up in money News, A grand opening is coming for a new grocery store in Montgomery County. Tomorrow. It's 9 53. Here's Gordon Bit Co. The senior vice president of policy for the Information Technology Industry Council on the discussion, how to future proof and create a nimble it. Modernization plan sponsored by Hitachi Van Tara Federal. It's a shared responsibility between industry and government. There's a lot of work still to be done. On both sides. I think to improve where we are particularly on the supply chain issues. Some of that comes down to improve information sharing. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network search. Hitachi von Tara Federal Hitachi van Tara Federal is built to support your mission and vision. We empower federal agencies in the digital domains that matter.
"industry council" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Four hundred eighty two thousand registered developers in korea who have earned more than seven point. Three billion dollars to date with apple. So here's a weird ask maybe the. Us government could lend a hand. Yes the same us government. That's also looking at forcing other payment methods and third party app stores on apple. A piece from apple insider says both apple and google are looking to the us government for help. It looks like this is an appeal that actually started last year. When the information technology industry council a trade group backed by apple and google among others started making requests specifically the p says the group and october urge the us trade representative to note concerns about the south korean bill in an annual report highlighting barriers to foreign trade according to the new york times. Of course there are a few issues here among them the last. Us administration really liked to be liked by big business even by big tax depending on the day the current administration seems less concerned with such things. Additionally parties on both sides of the aisle in the us are already trying to do what south korea looks poised to do us trade representative representative. Adam hodge was quoted in the i download blog piece saying we're engaging a range of stakeholders to gather facts as legislation is considered in korea recognizing the need to distinguish between discrimination against american companies and promoting competition. One might hope for the cavalry. but maybe don't expect it then again apple ceo. Tim cook is going to the white house today. Maybe one hand could wash the other. You know maybe a little quid pro. No i note for developers and a trip to the phantom zone in a moment but first a word from upstart fair and fast personal loans. Are you making your credit card payments. Cool.
The Food Industry Counsel Introduces Searchable, Real-Time Database of Food Recalls
"The food industry council or fic has released its new fic recall reporter which is a searchable. Real time excel database of food product recalls When you access this you can search food and beverage. Recalls the type of food products the reasons for the recalls and the names of the companies recalling the products access to this information can provide insight into past and current safety trends and can help food companies avoid the mistakes of others the spreadsheets updated daily and contains comprehensive data on every food recall since since two thousand since two thousand the f- the spreadsheets free download or view for anyone who wishes to see it and So you can check the show us for a link to access the fic recall
Australia Sticks by Plan to Re-Open Border in Mid-2022
"In news. That shocked many australians. The federal government has predicted in this week's annual budget that is truly as international borders not reopen to most countries until the middle of two thousand twenty two. That's more than six months later than previously predicted and more than two years after international borders to australia with closed in march two thousand and twenty as a result of the revised forecasts corners has pushed back the plan to restart of its international flights other than new zealand until at least the nineteenth of december two thousand twenty one since february quotas had been selling international tickets starting from the thirty first of october this year and vision ustralia now says that it will not resume any international flights into at least december two thousand and twenty one. Either the only exception being virgin flights to queenstown in new zealand which is scheduled to resume in september. There is still a possibility of more travel bubbles opening with individual countries before two thousand twenty two and there are plans underway to bring back a limited number of international students before then as well bubbles with countries in asia or the pacific islands could be next although they have not yet been any specific announcements the australian government's budget documents also night. That the rate of international arrivals will continue to be constrained by state and territory. Quarantine caps are a two thousand and twenty one and the first half two thousand twenty. Two with the exception of passages from safe travels zones such as new zealand which indicates that the federal government plans to continue using quarantine for at least another year but the federal government other than expanding capacity of the howard springs quarantine facility in the northern territory has not putting any new measures in the budget or any new funding for additional quarantine facilities and tens of thousands of australians is still stuck overseas more than a year into the pandemic the tourism sector is hit out at what. It's coaling border roulette. Simon west away from the australian tourism industry council said that the federal budget outlook indicates no foreseeable international market recovery for australia's visitor economy and that is sadly spells fair the tourism business and job losses
"industry council" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Com dot au Forward slash Top two is in town, and that will take you right to the page when you'll be able to see the listing of all 22 of the top towns that have been dominated and invaded two finalists. You can have a look at their videos. You can read their content and most importantly, you can vote. I love a vote, fight once and vote smart is that the instruction you do have to vote once in the fire. The great thing is so a little added incentives and that is that if you do take the time to vote for your top town, there's a lovely Melvin Getaway prize for it will go into the draw Surprise, which is actually a night. Day at the luxuries. New, Um W Hotel in Melbourne is an afternoon tea at the Windsor Hotel and tickets to the engine day winter masterpieces theories, so there's a great incentive to those as well. Love it. All right. Well, I'm looking at these towns and I'm already feeling certain feelings toward them areas in that Apollo Bay of OCHA both fit on lovely, long, least off towns. I'm going to Bella Rat. I'll make my assessments. You can check it out at VT dot com dot au make you vote and we need to get out there and support our local towns with a bit of tourism. Felicia Thanks very much for Julius. That's lovely. Disintegrate to talk with you. Thank you so much pollution. Mary Anne there, chief executive at the Victoria Tourism Industry Council. And they're popping up some towns for us to decide who we reckon is the best when it comes to tourism, so many always just found out. Who is Caroline, just since his friend Hi, JP. I can't call in while I'm at work. But I'm 359. Dumb from South Oakley and hello to just center in North Carlton. You've got great taste. Friendship is already bubbling. What is one of the questions? We're gonna ask them? What is your favorite waves song? Dumb and just center. Please take soon 0437. 774774. We're gonna further deepen this relationship this afternoon. We are asking you to share your favorite mom songs. Songs about mothers doesn't hear. It doesn't have to be totally Um, legit. I've got Mother Land by Julia Jacqueline ready to go, but to celebrate the relationship that is what friendship? Let's not go too far too quick with Domine just center. I'm gonna play the wife's. Julian for them coming up in a moment, we're gonna talk television. And we're going to talk about television that I'm loving at the moment Lego Masters and also old people's home for four year old is that what it's called? Okay, You're up with sun and you've done 100 things before. Personally by the time most, though. Robin go. You missed starting on 100 than one helping up.
"industry council" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"ABC News. Good Afternoon. I'm Susie Rains. The Victorian opposition has described the government's plans for dedicated quarantine facility on Melbourne's northern outskirts as a hoax. Government has chosen a sighted mikell, um next, when existing animal quarantine facility the acting Premier James Molino says it will cost $15 million to get the site ready for construction, and it's subject to federal government approval and funding. Opposition leader Michael O'Brien says the government isn't doing its job. The government pretended to make an announcement. Attended to make a decision leading by the decision to rule the any decision is to ask Amber to do all the heavy lifting. Well, that's not that's not responsibility. That's just asking someone else to do you enjoy. Australian Tourism Industry Council is requesting hospitality and tourism workers be given priority access to the covert 19 vaccination. The council says it wants workers in that sector to be placed in phase one b of the vaccine rollout. Giving them access to the Jed Now executive director Simon West Away, says it would protect a group of workers that deals with large numbers of members of the public. We'll put that asking to the government, but It's more just to make them aware that this is a take over If you want to get this Mr Copies of Economy movie again that it will be useful to have these workers vaccinated sooner rather than later. The public sector union says the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is not moving quickly enough to vaccinate star from covert. 19 Theo BC has been told a total of 132 people in overseas posts, which includes both diplomats and their family members. Of court Covert 19. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the department has now begun a vaccination program and aims to provide a jab to ALS staff around the world before the end of the year. But CPS use, Beth Vincent Peach says that's taken too long. It was slow. It was slow to get off the ground on the inn use and information on what's going on, has also been staring. Our members have, um, rise the need for extra support. India has smashed another covert 19 record after almost 380,000 new infections were recorded. South Asia correspondent James Open reports foreign ideas flowing into India but the country is still in a scramble for supplies. The country's right of infection continues to accelerate, so too does the death toll with more than 3600 added to the telly. Health experts believe the real death toll to be much higher in part due to a lack of testing. It comes as a central government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He continued to face widespread backlash over the calamity. By smoke temporarily blocked the hashtag resigned. MODY, the company says that was an error, but social media posts have previously been removed due to government directives. Jen's out on ABC News Deli Shadow Treasure. Jim Chalmers says the federal government is yet to outline exactly how it plans to drive unemployment well below pre pandemic levels. Treasurer Josh Fried Enberg has today indicated an unemployment rate below 5% is the focus of the government's fiscal strategy. That hasn't been achieved in a decade with the current jobless right sitting at 5.6%. Mr Charmers says it's unclear how the government plans to achieve its ambitious plan The government does not have and has not announced today a credible plan to get there. Instead, we've got all of the usual marketing. All of the usual spin about jobs when the government's real record on jobs for eight long years now has been stagnant wages, underemployment and job security. The coroner's court has heard of 43 year old Melbourne executive died after being sent for a CT scan by her employer. Despite having no history of heart problems As Sarah Farnsworth reports, the woman had an allergic reaction during the scan and died from multiple organ failure. Peter Hickeys employer, a company called Programmed wanted its executives to have heart checks after a colleague suffered a cardiac arrest in 2018. Had general manager told the inquest. He knew doctors didn't repair people for scans unless they showed symptoms, but he wanted to find the best heart scan available and outsource the heart checks to the corporate sector. The court heard Miss Hickey had no history of heart problems was never assessed by a doctor on the referral for the scan used the Elektronik signature of a doctor with no medical knowledge off her. Miss Hickey had an anaphylactic reaction to a special dye used during the scan and died.
"industry council" Discussed on Fashion No Filter
"And I also, you know it's it's interesting to you by for lot of industries rare. There has been substitutive change a lot of the pressure for this. Team. From outside of Distri whether or not it was. Governmental putschists to change or it was outside agitators. For Change but it it typically is the sense that the industry. Is Important Enough and influential enough people have enough of a vested interest in it that they want it to change and they push it to do so I think about the from industry and certainly there have been actors within the industry I don't mean my actors actresses. People who are actually. Agitating for change who have pushed the industry to do better by what I think about the Hash Todd Oscarssowhite. Art this broader focus on the industry know that people outside I think about you know at the end of this. Will. Regular. Publish a report abou the diversity of the from industry and the television industry, and again, that is an outside observer holding an Industry Tass heart of fashions magic is that it has created the whole nephrology. Around. Itself No, it has created this sense that it's this verified special universe that. You have to sort of. Crawling over a giant wall to get into you. And so in that way, I think the general public often feels like. It doesn't have a vested interest if those various Sh- ranged from the industry and in some ways, it seems like that's been one of the things that has allowed these issues to. Fester. Stream. I would definitely agree with you in terms of the public participation I think fashion definitely has had and is having many optics challenges everything from the. Devil West Prada Zealander type mentality being Su populist not to be taken seriously by free to get the idea that it's just a bunch of being goes. I. Think about, for instance, when you the models who were on the runway and toils litter overwhelmingly white. It was very hard. I think for the general public to get up in arms about the lack of diversity on the runway because there was this overarching feeling, a models in general were this. Strange shrank rare riot where creatures. So I you know people were not invested in that was very hard to get to the average non fashioned fanned understand. Why is matter? Who's on the cover revoke? Why does it matter? WHO's the lead model coming down plot the runway Nine by the side of the public can afford Todd Anyway Ri- Yes. That's absolutely true to that point. I definitely think that fashion has. These problems people making that direct connection to our industry does. To contribute to coach. Already links. But I guess Your Point About Journalism Holding, the Industry Council. And this isn't an indictment by any means, but it very much feels like we're talking about this. On social media and press following that before. This racial fallout press wasn't ready documenting what was happening in that same way despite the fact that a lot of Jan lesson in we'll we'll need a makeup fashion what happens behind the scenes. So I'm just trying to reconcile that point about the documentation is holding the Industry Council. Could you talk a bit more about that? Can you give me example of what united talking about acidic story or no just talking about just the general wave of press a right now we're talking about everything. So a good example would be, let's say the CFDA awards, right? It's like the same people that keep getting. There's a point of view. It's it's not as racially divisive should be particularly in this nine man. But given, that's the way that the awards have been set up. A lot of fashion would have been set up the indictment of yes. This is the state to Squire in time is overstating. Arguably the right one. But one was really talking about that a full hand from Preston Point. So that's what I'm talking about. This documentation is holding council bowl I'm just trying to reconcile. How that walks because because I guess press know what the instruments inside unit from public standpoint because of the marketing and. Recruiting inclusions I t and the way that we use inclusion as optics toll. The public on radio a win a seventy of what's happening behind the scenes in a way that press have a very different vantage point to hold the. Industry. Council. So I'm trying to dig a little bit deeper zero point about documentation and that being a made to hold the Industry Council why that wasn't much the case before this racial out if that is the case in fact. Some of it is, I think the the battle on a resources you know unfortunately. Aren't that many consumers diets had someone focused on in the fashion industry but other than I would say it's not I know that in the past covering the CFPB words. About the sensation of it, things are around all day and The oftentimes very. Curious, choices. People left industry decides to honor but I would also say that you know I on section between. Journalism, which is you know covering an industry as fairly as as one can and. On what is unfolding world reporting on? The issues that are facing an industry and making. Connections between other stacks in the culture tried to write the stories and way that is. As welcoming as possible to people who may not. Feel like been have. A stake. In an industry or in story but. I think that is different from being an activist. And I think that oftentimes you know social media. The stats is more about.
"industry council" Discussed on 600 WREC
"From Bradenton, Florida, We're using the town to ship orders of the bleach stuff. Which they labeled as Miracle mineral solutions. Fox is Evan Brown. America is listening to me. Former Auburn coach and current Republican nominee for U. S. Senate. Tommy top Herbal, speaking out about the cancellation of football season's across the country Tub herbal, saying the double is hiding under the table when it comes to decisions about fall sports. He also says if players aren't given the opportunity to play, they should be allowed to transfer. He compared the cancellations to communism. Saying they shouldn't be able to control what everyone else does the University of North Alabama hoping to still play some football, it's league has cancelled the fall season, but the Big South Conference says it's allowing up to four nonconference games. In the meantime. After the NFL has conducted more than 109,000 tests. The positive testing rate is under 1%. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. Really thank you very much. It is 6 30 for Alabama's Morning news. Did you want to remind you that you could be a part of helping some kids as everybody's trying to get back to school? Whether actually going into the classroom or, you know, virtually from home? Not all kids have the Chromebooks. It's so many you're using now. With their education. There are a lot of districts that do provide them for the students, but a lot of district still, you know, don't have the funding to do that. So we're getting together with our folks over there. At you know, Rahm Automotive Group and also the United Way of central Alabama and trying to help folks get thes chromebooks in the you know, in the kid's hands. Here's how it works. You could be a part of it by texting school, the word school. The 6264 form. And donate to the chrome books for kids Drive going on right now. Text the word school. 262644 and then you'll get a response on how to do it. What you know you need to do to get the money going, and all of this will go to the United way. They're going to handle the distribution to the students that Aaron most need for these, and we can make a difference in these kid's lives. And I wish I had the check to just write a chromebook. You know, check for every kid that needed it. You know, there's so many kids struggling right now. And just imagine the joy on their faces when they get one, and you know, being a part of this, And if we get a bunch of folks to do this, we can take care of lots and lots of kids so once again Text the word school 26264 form and thanks for being a part of them. Well, this is kind of cool. Birmingham's offering some support for local restaurants to improve the business and ring the cash register a little bit more. You have the City Council, officially allowing some shared space permits to the restaurants. Which basically will expand their seed, you know, seating and hopefully boost the revenues right? It could become permanent. By the way. This is something city Birmingham gets to give back to the restaurant Industry Council 100. William's eyes kind of pushing this and all about it. They tested the waters that Eat in the streets of Avondale just few weeks ago, and the reaction from you know, folks who were going and the business extremely positive. Now they're not going to shut down the streets like they do in Lakeview, and that type of thing, but allowing you know the restaurants to expand outside the walls of the restaurant. And set tables up. You know, along sidewalks in areas that they're kind of vacant, You know, this is awesome. This is a great great move. A lot of people feel so much more comfortable sitting outside these days, and you hear a lot more about this, but the Birmingham City Council pushing forward to allow these restaurants to do it if you need a permit, you know, get after. In fact, if you're not in the city of Birmingham I would contact your local city councils and say, Hey, look what they're doing here. It's working. I need some help. I'd like to get outside as well. It's going to work Great until it starts to get 20 degrees in January. Here comes the snow. But for now Nice move, Birmingham City Council and restaurants. If you're part of this situation I loved here from you on how it's going. How you You know how the how the business is reacted to. And the people that come to your restaurant got to be positive. No doubt about it. By the way. What? I'm talking about money. Congratulations to Ah, Governor Ivy and $26 million from the cares Act. So the agriculture industry that is rock in there. The money's going to be allocated for a number of different things to direct payment to business stabilization grants to the cattle producers, meat processing plant poultry, farmer stabilization as well. The catfish processors, fruit vegetable processors. Everybody that I mentioned and then some will be getting some of this money and take care of our farmers. Absolutely. 6 37 Alabama's Morning news. Well, how's the economy in your home? I know we're struggling. Everybody is We're going to be talking with author of Provisions for Abundance, Christian's Guide to Money Management and battling through what we're dealing with, with covert and our own personal economies coming up three minutes. Alabama's morning news beat the Heat with a mattress warehouse. Summer savings sale for a limited time, save up the 60% and take advantage of 0% Interest financing, plus open a synchrony financing account over $999 get a $100 visa prepaid card and.
"industry council" Discussed on The Big Show
"Committee hearing of course presided over by I was Senator Charles Grassley. US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer says that when it comes to China. He believed they will come close to their targets in twenty twenty. Despite the pandemic and public doubts about them meeting the goal you probably got about ten billion got my notes here I can put up about ten billion dollars with purchases towards the target of something forty or fifty all right, you then would say okay, maybe Tan edition of be. We're going to be at the end of the year on soybeans, and then you have to look at what you purchase kind of between now and then and I. Think if you do, it's reasonable to make the assessment that we're going to get to. Those numbers are awfully close to him. Now he was criticized by senator. Grassley for a lack of transparency with Congress on current trade talks going on with UK. Announcing the details of the. Twenty twenty, our state, fair Special Edition For H., FFA, livestock shows, and how this will all work the purpose to support the mission statement of the Iowa State Fair by providing an opportunity for Iowa Four H. and FIFA youth to showcase their hard work and livestock projects now they've got an schedule out there. That will allow more room for exhibitors to obey social distancing recommendations. For crowd control purposes, each exhibitor will receive three total wrist bands. You can see all of the details out on the big show website. Whether hair brought to you by the Steffi's grew the Steph group selling land and the equipment since nineteen sixty nate. Let's take a look at what's going on in south, America we just heard from Don, rose that we are over the price of south. American corn so and it's coming out of the field right now. That's the Sabrina. Crop that second crop corn coming out of South America what kind of weather they facing. They're southerners of Brazil's going to see. periods of scattered showers all the way through Monday. Monday that being partner and ring around his sewell temperatures. They're looking to be above to even well to above normal all the way until Monday. Northern Areas Mata, Grosso and Goias should be dry all the way through the weekend temperatures. They're above normal until Monday in Argentina. That did see some shower activity yesterday. was Even though it was moderate, did see not quite enough rain to help out their wheat crop there. showers are likely for the northern and eastern areas of Argentina missing, though the western and southern areas over the next week or and Andy I did receive a picture from some folks of a very very old. They, say John, deere tractor, one of the first John Deere tractors was found in a field, back at about nineteen sixty. Who Does it look good? Hey, we're gonNA talk more about What's coming up? with this new program was announced by the Governor and Secretary of Agriculture and the Beef Industry Council ahead here on.
"industry council" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
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"industry council" Discussed on KCRW
"Out on the highway baby boomers had been the born to be wild generation but aging out of motorcycling now a story from reporters who carpenter on how the motorcycle industry is focusing on younger women there are theories started riding motorcycles five years ago Alex looked around as a passenger for awhile and then I was just like now I gotta get out front fury is thirty and part of the fastest growing group of motorcycle riders in the US millennial women just like the most freeing exhilarating amazing feeling in the world thanks to writers like Fiori one in five motorcycle owners in the US is now female according to the motorcycle industry council that's double their share a decade ago the barriers to writing are disappearing bikes are smaller less expensive less powerful and easier to handle and the internet has played a huge role cinnamon currents as with the motorcycle industry council she says Instagram Facebook you tube now you can go online and there are women's writers groups just a lot more easy to connect with like minded people a lot of this women's groups have come to the attention of major manufacturers babes right out to fifteen hundred riders to central California last month it was sponsored for the first time by Harley Davidson there's also the women writers world relay sponsored by Indian motorcycle the rise in women writers is coming at a good time for the industry annual motorcycle sales peaked at about one million in two thousand six but they stalled since the Great Recession at about half that the industry is in a tough spot James harden is managing director at Wedbush securities does aging baby boomers have put it in a tough spot by parking their wheels for good if you just look at the mass it's going to be hard to replace sixty five year old white American males so the name of the game will be expanding your customer base women he said are one way to do it and Los Angeles I'm sue carpenter from market place too much quieter horsepower now the Ford Motor Company formally debuted a new electric vehicle last night's all the Mustang Mach II you think Mustang but it looks like what it is a five seat S. U. V. the plan is for several variants of various ranges and horse powers just over two hundred miles per charge up to three hundred miles the head of Ford sees electrics as arguments for globalization here's the CEO Jim Hackett in an interview with my colleague marketplace host chi result now that the tipping point here is we can't make everything in America because of this new vehicle is going to be sold around the world so you you actually need the benefit.
"industry council" Discussed on KCRW
"Motorcycle industry is focusing on younger women there are theories started riding motorcycles five years ago Alex looked around as a passenger for awhile and then I was just like now I got I got a friend fury is thirty and part of the fastest growing group of motorcycle riders in the US millennial women just like the most freeing exhilarating amazing feeling in the world thanks to writers like Fiori one in five motorcycle owners in the lasses now female according to the motorcycle industry council that's double their share a decade ago the barriers to writing are disappearing bikes are smaller less expensive less powerful and easier to handle and the internet has played a huge role cinnamon currents as with the motorcycle industry council she says Instagram Facebook you tube now you can go online and there are women's writers groups just a lot more easy to connect with like minded people a lot of this women's groups have come to the attention of major manufacturers babes right out drew fifteen hundred riders to central California last month it was sponsored for the first time by Harley Davidson there's also the women writers world relay sponsored by Indian motorcycle the rise in women writers is coming at a good time for the industry annual motorcycle sales peaked at about one million in two thousand six but they stalled since the Great Recession at about half that the industry tough spot James harden is managing director at Wedbush securities does aging baby boomers have put it in a tough spot by parking their wheels for good if you just look at the mass it's going to be hard to replace sixty five year old white American males so the.
"industry council" Discussed on Capitalisn't
"There is to some extent illegal history in and this sort of action though the Justice Department and the FTC have always been a little skeptical of self-regulation where this has been more relevant. I think in the past asked has been at the level of like industry associations because on one hand you would see a really big benefit to certain types of collaboration Shen or coordination with an industries to make sure that certain standards are met right so let's say in in food for example if you are producer of a certain type of food and you feel like there's something to worry about that the FDA hasn't caught on to yet that Industry Association Asian might promulgate rules that say in order to be an accredited member of this association. You need to have stricter tests to make sure that you don't have this problem with your food and the Justice Department has always been a little bit worried about this because it could be just could be anti-competitive behaviour in hiding. I think that the case law on this kind of mixed though there have been examples of when the O. J. has found that Industry Association Asian roles have been anti-competitive and have struck them down and also cases in which they've said yeah like there is market manipulation here but it's okay because at at the end of the day it's for the purpose of making consumers better off so there's a bit of a history here trump isn't just like coming out of left field with this but at the same time there's plenty of cases that showed that this sort of collaboration is not really collusion for price fixing its collaboration in order to make consumers better off. I would say that there's more than just some examples. The we is a long tradition of using industry. WHO's an industry self regulation to who create bias to entry to favor collusion in the state of Illinois lawyers cannot offer to victims to lean boards all the cost of potential litigation this against the ethical? There's nothing on Attica but is just a collusion among lawyers to make sure that they don't spend too much money in capturing the client and they moved on on higher fees but at the same time there are plenty of instances of good coalitions or good industry associations nations for example. There's what's called the sustainable apparel coalition I think it's members include Nike Walmart and Patagonia and their whole purpose was to reduce the environmental footprint of the apparel industry and so they developed. I think it's called the HIG index to measure this footprint across the supply I chain so that's now become popular use and the apparel industry there is stuff like lead certifications right like nonprofit certifications instead of arisen with the backing of corporations in order to make sure that buildings are more green and there's plenty of good examples of companies he is collaborating in ways that have benefited society in which haven't come under scrutiny by the FTC or the J. No but there's a huge difference between the two Oh cases in one case is voluntary in the other is forced upon everybody if I create a new standard of what is super organic and safe staff and I start to market and more and more people adopted that's great another thing is to say that all eggs are sold today should meet bystanders and I decided to standards and of course the person or the group of people decide the status can choose the standard two feet Denny's unease and competitors right but there's a fine line here especially when it comes to Industry Council's associations you might say that it's voluntary to be part of that association but at the same time if you don't have that accreditation it might hurt you from the perspective of consumers in some cases industry mystery associations can like Levy fines against you if you don't comply with with what they're saying yeah but that is not voluntary if you are in in any way require to be part of that association that is is kind of regulation is private regulation but this regulation with all the potential negative regulation even if it is a choice in which I create highest standard which I participate and other people participate and then put like a nice table for people participate but other can choose not to participate than I think is is a free choice and the census is a great opportunity. Okay I am saying that there are examples in which virtually mandatory industry associations have done good things like the American Chemistry Councils Responsible Care Code to make sure that certain toxic chemicals are not abused or overproduced. That's that's virtually mandatory but it's still self policing in a good way in in this particular case. I'm afraid afraid that in many times this self-regulation is just a software to prevent Mo sees government regulation and actually not really enforce because part of the problem with a lot of South Africa Galatian is that the people enforcing the member Association and so you know the expression dog does not eat dog and so if your member of that association you don't WanNa panic somebody else and so without enforcement cement the rules adjust a wishlist yeah. I would've loved to see more research on this right. What's the relationship between the sorts of collaborations these industry associations self policing within firms or at the industry level and the crowding out or pushing rushing off of actual government regulation? Unfortunately it's actually pretty hard to tell with the relationship between those two things are because it's difficult difficult to measure collaboration and it's also difficult to measure the counterfactual regulation. It's hard to know what sort of regulations would have been passed in the absence collaboration like listening to capitol. Isn't there's a good chance you're interested in pioneering research and groundbreaking discoveries discoveries big brains another podcast from the University of Chicago brings. The work and ideas of the world's smartest thinkers straight ear buds with guests like David Axelrod axelrod if you know people if you understand something about them. It's harder to dehumanize him. It's harder to hate them. 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"industry council" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Them. Maybe <hes> you know he's trying to say things that aren't as as good as they seem to be and they're not as bad as they today but I think a welcome relief more than normal to get down to <hes> The del Mar away from the you know the L._A.. Area away from Santa Anita let's face it. <hes> rather toxic up here is the last month or so and I think people are just relieved to be there and I think <hes> yeah when kind of forget what what what's been going on early in the year with with all the bad publicity and all the things going and had of a fresh start will get away from the big city so <hes> I hope that helped people respond and and you know support it the racing at del Mar and let people know because California needs to be part of the national rating seen as you know very much. It's one of those one of those situations that you can equate with professional sports where when when premier franchises are having a down period <hes> you'll you'll hear you'll hear the the phrase with the Celtics were off all the that'd be needs of a healthy Boston Celtics <hes> <hes> that that kind of mentality the the the Industry Council on California and so many different ways you know particularly from yeah the history. It's funny rick. You don't think about it because now it's been a number of years but a lot of what contributes to you know the the kind of Malays is that is being dealt with now. You probably can include the closing of Hollywood park as part of it. Well was a big part of it a very big part of it but let's think about this in California landscape you know ten years ago Hollywood close by by five years ago but just go back you know detracts only ran. I mean Santa Anita leave open up on the day after Christmas and Mid April we run the <hes> sandy the Derby <hes> four weeks away from the Kentucky Derby run another two weeks and that was over and then we'd go to Hollywood park and rates until the beginning of July take take a little break and then go to del Mar and so what I learned being being part of that sort of years I mean you see the you know the quote the schedule make ever made the schedule you know years ago. It was time to leave Santa Anita mid April the weather star. Get a little hotter and you know enough is enough three and a half months at one track is is is enough <hes> both for just mentally for everybody for the courses need a change and you go to Hollywood park. Kennedy was the weather would heat up in Arcadia May and June it could get into the eighth and ninth and uncomfortable and Joan <hes> guess what you're at Hollywood closer to the ocean new setting everybody started fresh and then we continue the season and so in Hollywood park goes away you know instead of now you said you know I've got different thoughts than than a lot of the people that were making the schedules but instead of sitting down defensively and taking again a few breaks here and there <hes> instead of making Santa Anita run from December twenty six literally into July without a break <hes>. It's not that easy to just plug in the the date and the race is from one track onto the end of another track. <hes> it's hard explaining. I didn't get it for a couple of years. <hes> you know you especially to take the states. I mean you could run you know three sprint races at Santa Anita and and then go to Hollywood Park and run three races. Wasn't that big a deal but when you put them together you can't run six races stakes at that Anita..
Forced tech transfers happen. But how do they actually work?
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I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. Here's how force tech transfer doesn't typically work usually, there's no explicit requests from a Chinese official handover this trade secret or else you cannot right here. Instead, it's murkier perhaps a verbal request for sensitive information behind closed doors as part of the government's licensing or approvals process. It's tough to say how prevalent the practice is says Naomi Wilson, she's director of policy focusing on Asia at the information technology industry council, a tech trade group. She talked about the most common ways foreign firms are pressured to part with their IP. We see a couple of most prominent ones in the cybersecurity reviewers James that the Chinese government has established which are very ambiguous, so companies are often, not entirely sure of what compliance means and they may be getting different direction, depending on. On the enforcement arm of the Chinese government that contacts them the other area where we see this is in forced partnerships with Chinese companies. So in the cloud services market, in particular, foreign companies cannot obtain licenses to operate on their own. It's the Chinese partner that obtains the license and that runs the operation under their own brand name for the US or foreign company. And so the idea is when you're required to work with a Chinese partner you're required to share how your business works with that local firm. Right. So think of it this way, essentially the force partnerships give a Chinese company, the inside track onto how the best cloud services providers in the world operate their businesses. So it's sort of like a master class in the business of cloud services. But it's. Not necessarily like here's some valuable piece of code that makes our business run. Right. They're basically learning from the experts at a much faster pace than they would be able to develop this type of business model on their own the close coordination between the foreign cloud service provider and the Chinese partner also does lend itself to circumstances where individuals may be privy to information such as intellectual property that they might not otherwise be. But I also think it's fair to say that companies take very specific and concrete measures to safeguard their intellectual property, which, of course, is the lifeblood of their business, and it seems like when companies do the math calculating maybe the cost of force tech transfer verses the opportunity that they have to operate in China. They. Often move forward with their Chinese operation. Right. And it's interesting that you bring up the cost and the potential cost of operating in China. And the potential negative cost say think companies more and more have to factor in the cost of dealing with US policies, as well as Chinese policies in the current climate. The China is an exceptionally influential and large market. And so pulling out of China completely for many companies is just not an option because it would put them at such a competitive disadvantage. Not only in China but globally. If you're not in China, you're not a recognized name brand in China than, really, what are the prospects for success in the rest of Asia Naomi Wilson with the information technology industry. Council. The Chinese government has long denied for technology transfers are problem, but this spring, it passed a foreign investment law that says foreign firms shouldn't be forced to transfer their tech to Chinese companies. It was seen as an effort to appease the US, but there are also concerns about how it will be enforced. And now for some related links. The US trade Representative did a big investigation into four second transfers in China last year. You can read their two hundred page report for a lot more information on how this happens. Also, Bloomberg put together a helpful Q and A on tech transfers a few days ago. It includes a roundup of some high profile court cases where companies have alleged. They were made to share their secrets. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This is Molly would host of marketplace tech the podcast, where you can hear conversations like legendary Sifi, author, William Gibson, talk about the problems created by the uneven distribution of wealth and technology, helping you think differently about the world you live in every weekday. That's marketplace tech on apple podcasts or wherever you like to download.
"industry council" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Parts here you go? My name is Francine Lamoriello. I'm the executive vice president for global strategies at the personal care products council. I'm Naomi Welson director for China and Asia at the information technology industry council and Wilson, senior vice president of government affairs for the motor and equipment Manufacturers Association. I think the first thing to point out is that the cosmetic and personal care products industry is very dependent on open markets and the ability to access supplies and inputs from everywhere around the world. World depends on inputs from around the globe pieces of final products may be put together in China and then shipped back to US. But ultimately they are finalized in the United States. We think small companies are likely to be hit. Hardest companies have had to adapt. We're hurting a lot of people in the United States who depend on that trade. Some of our smaller manufacturers are not hiring now were essentially putting a tax on ourselves going to lead to higher costs and prices. Cellphones, flat-panel, TV's, laptops, etc. Shampoos toothpaste makeup. It's also going to decrease the choice that many American consumers are going to find when they go to service their vehicle or when they go to repair vehicle every day. We have to check the headlines and and really understand what policies by the US or other countries. Are being put in place that are going to affect our industry. One of the things that has really troubled our members is the lack of certainty every day. We hear different sets of rumors. It seems like the administration takes one tack and then makes an abrupt turn, spend my job to help them separate truth from fiction and help try to make the administration understand that there are long term implications for this type of action and doesn't resolve are real and problematic issues. Once again, Francine Lamoriello of the personal care products council, Naomi Wilson at the information technology industry council in an Wilson with a motor and equipment Manufacturers Association. Moral of the story, three areas, tech, personal care products in auto parts. One global economy. Coming up last.
NKorean diplomat heads to Finland for talks with US, SKorea
"Sunday congressman trey goudy offered this advice if the allegations collusion with the russians and there is no evidence of that and you're innocent of that act like it in weekend tweets trump torn into molar by name instead hardened democrats dominate the special counsel team muller is republican two people seriously injured in an explosion sunday in austin texas no word if this latest blast is connected to three others earlier this month in the city the left to debt this blast occurred in the opposite end of town fortyfive us trade groups urging president trump not to impose tariffs on china groups like the chamber of commerce the national retail federation in the information technology industry council or warning the president against the move saying it will be extremely harmful to the us economy as it will raise prices on consumer goods kill jobs and drive down financial markets instead they're calling trump to allow industry experts to comment on the economic impact of any changes in trade policy before the measure takes effect the letter sent sunday marks the latest in a growing rift between the president in the business community on this issue as he's begun to take more aggressive steps he says are needed to protect domestic industry sierra crawford washington correspondent paula hancocks reports representatives of north korea south korea and the us are expected to meet in finland for second sear talks on denuclearisation the finnish foreign ministry says there won't be any government officials from the united states science korea says they'll be sending former officials and experts but what we do know is that north korea will be sending one of their top diplomats we understand he's heading to finland at the moment and he is the man who's in charge of us affairs when it comes to the north korean foreign ministry i'm barbara kusak i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits and vegetables you can see all fifty five on texas superfood dot com all of the nutrients that we need on a daily basis i lost sixty pounds i mean that's huge that's i've been.
"industry council" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"And and set this cooperation was uh limitless and and um you know forever basically an and and really to some extent i think the other europeans obviously grateful for that but they also see that will we share the um at the security interest we share the concern about russia's uh a new way of dealing with its neighbours in in eastern europe we share the problems in of offer terrorism and and offer attacks in cyberspace so to some extent it's not particularly surprising that we should warm to pool our resources and and talk about cooperation indeed end to that point nestle rushing about putting sort of more flesh on the bones if you like clearly a lot as you say of those challenges and preoccupations are shared but the sense i suppose firm watching hair in the uk at least towards the block is that there's a frustration with a lack of detail and this is a problem which is a at a domestic issue for may as well here in the uk in terms of concrete plans to how this actually works will there be an expectation from coal from others of the seven in this speech on saturday from may that she'll actually deliver something more detailed about how we meet those collective challenges i think angela merkel as the as world will the others who listening to the prime minister on well today in in macas case and then in at the security conference in munich tomorrow at abate but then they read the british papers as well down they and so they know that the the covenant isn't isn't actually taken an official decision as to what the uk actually wants from britain so it's no i i you know i don't think there's much point in in other european states people saying to theresa may well coop come up with a solution to resign they will listen politely they will air obviously i think share the concerns with that that really the british government has to get on with it and i mean we've just this morning had a a warning from the employers federation in new industry council in germany saying we're getting.
"industry council" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"In twenty percent their current corporate amt rate if the tax is repealed as the house proposes that could mean a loss of forty billion dollars in revenue over ten years gordon gray at the american action forum says the senate's decision to keep the a mt came down two dollars and cents a number of dollars that we can happen to make other thio okay arnold empty repeal but the final product at least with that little wrinkle in there isn't particularly coherent policy because congressional republicans propose slashing the normal corporate tax rate to 20 percent keeping both rates at twenty percent means the a mt would become the default corporate tax rate from any companies jennifer mccloskey at the informationtechnology industry council says that's especially troubling for the tech sector new power he would be like a whole repeal of that research and development back at at these are indeed credits amount to hundreds of millions of dollars mccloskey says their crucial to the us tax sector's ability to innovate and compete globally and groups like hers of lobby hard to make them permanent we are very optimistic that this problem will get solved because they're just so many friends of the rd credit in congress to make tech companies happy the senate could take the house approach and repeal the a empty or keep it but cut it i'm aaron schrank for marketplace two more things before we go number one instead of us still in you would we think matters about the text but what are you tell us what you want to hear about the tax bill hit us up on twitter the show is at marketplace i'm ed koch rozelle will figure out a way to do as much as we can of your suggestions other number two and completely unrelated we are three days from a government shutdown gang didn't want that get lost in translation on wall street today no serie bob we'll have details when we do the numbers.
"industry council" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Well i wanted to happen and although you know so when that people can't get elk klockner theories that could become caught hell from provider at her local school and they denied that you know we're we're spending all the wrong messages with their emissions line i'm not there say that you know hollywood shut up and leave it to the experts the call i do believe you can have a narrative that impact who had god or suicidal thinking persons on the positive way yeah and added to tell a story they need this year and that comes to score you know where someone the edge bid failed comes back and it has a long full off and there are more common story than a narrative on thirteen reasons bob yeah there's a something called the iit's see the entertainment industry council that has tons of resources for writers uh people like yourself a trip get involved with it that that really will go out and help writer shape these stories in such a way that that you know the need of capturing the eyes is matt but also the that the best possible impact can be had with these start with these with these really impactful cultural events we called television yeah we will now not done a lot of work on that and you know we'd go that carly thing it quoted in it they told me that it call at home and covey hiv testing kit to reconnect haha you know a record high hot we'll have a positive impact but netted clearly negative effect now get this done wanted to call an athlete asking the question do into talk and i'll ask you what can we do now that we you know we have been drawn buildings that could have a negative impact now we have done everything it could have having this negative impact more than we do what networks responsibility here and how should they act.
"industry council" Discussed on GeekWire
"That argument has been criticized by some lawmakers by a lot of members of the tech community so it's very contentious so the folks who came out against this include the informationtechnology industry council which represents companies like microsoft up on google suits obviously very influential in their president said quote this is not the right proposal to fix our immigration system because it does not address the challenges that companies face injects more bureaucratic dysfunction and removes employers is the best judge of the employee merits they need to succeed in grow the us economy which is interesting because in that way it's not a very traditional republican proposal right the whole idea behind republican philosophy generally would be to reduce regulation to leave these kinds of decisions in the hands of private enterprise and instead they're saying okay we know who's best bring into this country versus the company's deciding okay these are the people we want to hire and so therefore we're going to have them come in that's right in some ways that reflects the assets that are happening in the republican party on a bigger scale because there is this push toward a more populist agenda in a very nationalist agenda so there's a little bit of tension between traditional republican are conservative values i thank and this administration's policies okay and then to healer you had another great handson experience we've been trying all sorts of different transportation methods here in the seattle region from the ride shares to the bicycle programs you got to try.