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"janet wu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Researcher and health experts. Dr Janet Wu Marvelous Marvin Hagler, the middleweight boxing Great, whose title and career was lost in a split decision to Sugar Ray Leonard in 1987, has died. Marvin Hagler was 66 years old. You're listening to ABC news. Okay, wait. News Radio time is 302. I'm Joel Hyland. I 70 remains closed from Lyman to Burlington to the east into the north. I 25 has been closed from Wellington to the Wyoming state line. Safety is our first job, and if closing, the roadway is the best course of action. We'll do it. See, That's Bob Wilson reminding drivers that the safest place to be on the road is behind a plow. Even though the snow arrived later Saturday, we still expect to see impressive snow totals. Overall, we're looking at anywhere from 16 to 18 inches on the west side of the Metro and as much as 2 to 4 ft. In foothill communities, laces like Idaho Springs, Georgetown, Ward, Netherland and up towards Estes Park. Their roads may be impossible for a good chunk of your Sunday Box, 31 chief meteorologist, Dave Fraser says the snow will taper off through the day today and then we could see even more snow, albeit just a few extra inches on Tuesday, nearly 1300 flights have been canceled The DEA for today, Dia's Emily Williams says that they are prepared with provisions just in case your flight gets the later canceled when you're stranded. Bottled water formula. Diapers. Blankets are kind of thing, but we really want to help people avoid that situation. So you can avoid that situation by confirming your flight status directly with your airline before you head out ground crews using about 200 pieces of heavy equipment. I've been clearing the snow since it started sticking to the runway Saturday afternoon. We were able to clear a runway in 15 minutes. Colorado State patrol advising drivers to stay off the roads if you can, and if you can make sure that your car's ready for the driving conditions, make sure you're tired, you're up to the task. You have minimum tread depth and 3/16 of an inch is make sure your wipers you're in good working order and your washer fluid is full. Your batteries charged and ready to go and all of your vehicle systems are working properly. Chief Matthew Packard says it's also a good idea to make sure that you have packed a blanket water and food and kiss you end up stuck in your car for an extended period of time. Our next update at the bottom of the hour 3 30 I'm Joel Hill in K Way news radio 8:50 A.m. 94 1 half half from the veteran sports traffic center roads across the metro slippery rights now, but travel times are checking out, okay. 25 is checking clear from Thornton to Centennial with about 30 minutes. Travel time. I 70 it posted speeds from our body to Aurora again, 30 minutes and 2 to 5 clean and green from the tech center to Aurora in terms of your mountain drive. I 70 Mountain corridor. Very slippery rights now so please exercise caution. There aren't vehicle chain and traction laws in place between Vaillant Copper Mountain. Between Silverthorne in Georgetown and between Idaho Springs and C 4 70. Fox 31 Pinpoint whether heavy snow today with a high of 33 overnight low of 28, currently a rather chilly 31. Degrees sign Victor Nature on K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Hey, did you hear about.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Medical Center in Los Angeles. Weeks after it was revealed he was battling covert 19. He was 87. His career spanned six decades in television, radio and digital media. He hosted Larry King Live on CNN from 1985 through 2010. Arizona lawmaker is putting a bill on the table, which would require prosecutors to file murder charges against women who get an abortion and the doctors who perform them. GOP representative Walt Blackmon wants abortion to be classified as first degree murder, which means both the woman and the doctor would be up for the death penalty. Under Arizona law. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial would begin in February. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says House impeachment managers will present the article in the Senate Monday. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. This is Bloomberg. Best time Ed Baxter and dive into the spelling greeting, powerful voice took center stage at the inauguration. 22 year old poet Amanda Gorman. Yes, it did. And our Janet Wu has more on her poetry enter ties to Bloomberg at the Boston Pops. Let's listen in. The hill be climate on Lee. We dare it because being American is more than a pride we inherit. It's the past we step into and how we repair it. And with these words, Amanda Gorman became the youngest poet ever to read at a presidential inauguration. If.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah. Alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out helmets on my walk. They want their arm myself. Cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now. I get calls at three in the morning just telling me Hey, can you be here at six? We got a huge shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know It's a very challenging time to be in the driver's business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country say everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Fizer include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Ward has dry ice, but then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center, the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of afternoon and there's a lot of companies are just really not going full force visor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. To meet its covered 19 vaccine. Shipping needs seven ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music Hall's closed, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience now. The orchestra is an art form with no personal space musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The Boston Symphony Orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Faulty focuses across the country of obviously lost her ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"People have died from the disease. I'm that Madison You are listening to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Janet Wu. Last week, music streaming giant Spotify pulled off a royal coup, announcing an exclusive podcast deal with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Prince Harry and making Marchal may need this venture to succeed even more than the streaming giant. That's, according to Bloomberg opinion, European technology columnist Alex Webb. Alex. First of all, How much is this deal worth? We don't know. Unfortunately, it's unlikely to be as much as the deal that Spotify find with Joe Rogan, which was more than $100 million was marked with $100 million. I should say it's likely to be clearly in million on probably depending on the number of shit shows they ultimately deliver for Spotify. Alex. This follows a Netflix deal that they signed reportedly worth more than 100. Million. What royal content can bring in enough to make sure no one here is losing money. I think it's an easier proposition. Or in this case, Spotify the name is a couple because these two will bring their own audience and for Spotify or Netflix domain incentive is you want to drive sign up. If you want people to join the platform, and once they're on the platform, then hopefully you've got enough other content that they'll stick around. Continue to pay them off his description that is more difficult for the couple themselves because they need to show that the constant they're creating is compelling and will continue to drive. Audiences will go that initial burst out of curiosity or fandom for for the pair, But after a certain point, it really becomes about how interesting good compelling the shows they produced are And that is something which is really harder to achieve. Don't forget that Prince Harry's uncle, Prince Edward. He was also a television producer in the early nineties and needed baby isn't anymore didn't work out very well for him. So name recognition only gets you so far. You actually write that this is when the rubber hits the road, Alex. Many of us wonder will the to actually be working very hard on this. Or is this more of a sweetheart deal because of the audience they bring in I think they absolutely need to produce the content. The question is, how good is the team that they built around them unique, built a production company. They call the arch while the audio and Have they hired Good support meant to do heavy lifting for them. We don't know the trailer for the show. They're doing a Christmas special. My mind things a little bit unfocused. It's not entirely sure what the purpose off the show is. You doesn't have a hook Is it about like the Royal, for instance, is about self healthy about interviewing interesting personalities. If so, what kind of interesting personalities they're sort of unique selling point. Is. I think that roller decks and contact but they have the fact that they could pick up the phone to most people on then try to encourage them to come on their shows. But there was nothing on Netflix responded by now, whether they can leverage that to make it, you know, a compelling series. Well, that's just what we don't know at this stage. There's definitely more competition within Spotify as well. You know that Spotify has been on a podcast Bender spending more than a billion on acquisitions. The stock is doubled this year. But we've all seen content fall flat. We've all seen big blockbuster films failed to gain audience and that could be a quick fail. Exactly If you are mortifying or phonetics, you can pull the plug on something very quickly. You can pay for a film Tonto. The platform. Ultimately the economics there a little bit. Different. You have a global audience. Yes, Pacify has several 100 million users around the world. You might not get everybody listening to the show on Day one. But if you get an audience over the subsequent months and years, then the return best might be worth it equally. If that A new show isn't signing up new subscribers. That's when you can start to see them or sort of a cold, hard business announces go in on deciding whether to drop it or not. Alex. We have to assume that the Spotify and Netflix deals won't compete with each other. Do you think the Sussex is will now stop at Thies? Too big deals if anything for the workload that they now have I should think so. I think there are other things other commercial agreement that they will reach. Whether those Aaron content is a different matter. The question is, I think the Netflix it seems as though there's some suggestions that the Southern ethics viewers want to see is a look inside Harry and Megan's life being what they get up to an interest in them as personalities. But if their life is just making Netflix shows and spotted by shows and making public appearances, pay public appearances, one assumes well, there. That mean you have a Netflix show about the making a spot of my show and then Spotify share about them, making that picture that Captain Dog starts to eat its own tail of a certain point, and, you know, just there's still a huge number of questions remain are Indeed, we wait to see what they will produce. Thanks, Alex. That's Bloomberg opinion. European technology columnist Alex Webb. Manufacturing has been one of the worst hit sectors in the pandemic demand and supply chain woes, factory shutdowns and employees disproportionately hit with Cove..

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Battle Bloomberg Radio. All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah. Alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out. Tell me it's all my truck. It's a slight blocks they want. They're all myself. Cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now. Get calls at three in the morning just telling me Hey, can you be here at six? We got a huge shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries. Ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know, It's a very challenging time to be in the dry ice business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country say everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Fizer include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Or it has dry eyes. But then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center. Put the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of afternoon. There's a lot of companies are just really not going full force visor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. I mean, it's covered 19 vaccine shipping needs seven, ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music halls close, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience. Now the orchestra is an art form with no personal space. Musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The Boston Symphony Orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Balti focuses across the country of obviously lost their ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio. All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah, alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out helmets on my walk there on my cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now because it's three in the morning. Just tell me how can you be here at six weeks? Shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries. Ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know It's a very challenging time to be in the driver's business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country, saying everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Visor include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Ward has dry ice, but then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center, the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of ass alone. There's a lot of companies are just really not going full force advisor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. To me. It's covered 19 vaccine Shipping needs seven, ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music halls close, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience now. The orchestra is an art form with no personal space musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The ball Sensitivity orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Balti offices across the country of obviously lost their ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 6 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg opinions worldwide Team of editors and columnists. I'm your host, Janet Wu This'll Week the federal toll of President Trump's presidency. Also on the show how the U. S can build a successful covert testing strategy. But first the Boeing 7 37 Max is back. Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration approved the Max to resume commercial flights. Ending a grounding order that was imposed after the one stop selling jets suffered a pair of fatal crashes. But are people ready to board again here to tell us more is Brooke Sutherland, industrials columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. Brooke Boeing Max Jets have been grounded for 20 months Now. Why should flyers feel confident? I think you know, part of what gives me personally. Confidence is the fact that it has been 20 months. You know, the FAA has come under a lot of scrutiny for its role in blessing the max in the first place, and I think You know, they clearly have taken this job seriously a second time around now, you know, obviously we can have a different discussion about why this doesn't happen in the first place, but I think you know they have every incentive to finally get this right. They have combed through every inch of this plane. The fixes that have been mandated go beyond the software system that was implicated in the two fatal crashes of the max. It also includes a broader overhaul the flooded computers to make them more reliable. There also are going to be separating out these bundles of wiring to guard against the potential risk of short circuiting. And so you know, this is a fairly comprehensive six to the max jets and I, You know, I don't think that we would be seeing this grounding lifted if the FAA wasn't confident that it would not have to take these kinds of steps again in the future now. Of course, Boeing does have a a problem when it comes to public perception of this airplane, and it will be interesting to see how that ultimately plays out. One passengers are allowed to board I sent to think that you know, in a weird way. The fact that this plane is flying again in the pandemic may actually help in terms of convincing passengers that the plane this face because right now, you know, most of us are not really willing to get on any kind of airplane. By the time we get back to traveling normally, the Max will have been flying for a while, and that should help people feel more confident and its safety. Brooke. Perception aside, you write that Boeing made an already bad crisis worse. How did they do that? They, You know, sort of repeatedly post and tells them in their own eye of for lack of a better way of saying it, You know, just sort of rewind toe when the crashes first happened, you know Boeing was very reluctant to take responsibility for this. There was a lot of finger pointing in the direction of the foreign airlines that were flying the Just that crashed Can the pilots and their skill sets and you know it was a very drawn out process to actually get going Tol hold itself accountable for what happened with these airplanes. And then you know, there were repeated timelines given for wind blowing expected that Max to come back, and these were always the most aggressive, optimistic timelines. Out of anybody in the room. And you know, Boeing just sort of repeatedly was unable to relinquish. You know the glory of its past and sort of seemed to think that it should be held to a different standard because of the company that it was now I do think they are making a concerted effort now to change that. Clearly, they have taken accountability for what has happened in our trying to You know, promote a culture that's more devoted to safety that prioritizes these issues over any kind of concerns about profit. They have made some internal changes to that regard. You know, certainly, time will tell the spotlight is on Boeing now and once that sort of shifts. I think the real test will be whether they keep that up once we have moved on from the immediate crisis of the Mac. So, Brooke. No surprise with some 450 Max models unsold now and in storage. You write that Boeing is a company with a cash problem. Yes. So just a pointed question. There'd be 4 50 just have been built, but not yet delivered. Now they did all have takers. At one point out. Some of those takers have decided to cancel their orders or delay them. So Bloomberg News is reported that about a quarter of those 450 jets are so called white tails, which means that the customers backed out and so there's no customer logo on those tales. But that's about a quarter of those, just not all of them, so it will be a significant issue to try to clear those planes. As I said, You know, airlines. They're not interested in taking new deliveries right now. And so you know that you're looking at a fairly drawn out process. For starting to hand over those 450 just and that's how Boeing makes money is when that jet actually arrives at the airline that's in these final payments get made on these airplanes, and so until you start to do that, in math, you're not really going to see a shift in Boeing's cash well at this point, especially because other moneymaker is primarily the 7 87 Dreamliner. That's a longer haul plane typically used more often than international flights. Now, you know, most experts think that that will be the part of the air travel market that comes back last, so certainly they need to clear this morning city just to start to change the cash flow situation, And that's not going to be easy to do and, you know, going recently walked back their expectations for positive three casual in 2021, that reality is likely pushed to 2022. And given the impact of the pandemic on the airlines. What is the longer term business outlook for Boeing any bright spots? I don't know if I would say that there are any bright spots. You know, it's not just about the outlook for airlines. It's also about going competitive position. You know, Right now it's much easier to walk away from a max orders and it is Tow walk away from an Airbus order for their equivalent model that the a 3 20, because the Max is granted first along so that, you know, triggers pauses in his contract that gives the airlines a lot more legal room to rethink their orders. So that fundamentally, you know, put this point in the disadvantage, but Because of all of the scrutiny that's been on it. You know, it's just not doesn't have the same appeal is but everybody can offer and beyond that. Earlier this year, Boeing walked away from a joint venture with Embraer, the Brazilian jet maker that would have given it an answer to Airbus is 8 to 20 model no longer has that option walked away from that joint venture, and they're really feeding, you know a significant share of the market to Airbus in a narrow body segment, in particular, which should be the first to recover from the pandemic. Thanks Brooke..

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And by the Bloomberg Business Act. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. I'm Karyn Moscow and U. S futures are mixed this morning. We're coming up to 61 on Wall Street and check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P futures down, four points down Futures down 56 NASDAQ futures up about 15. The decks in Germany's up half burst, said the captain. Paris Up 7/10 Percent in the foot. C 100 is up 6/10 of upper set. And your Treasury down 4 30 seconds he'll 300.84% healed on the two year 20.16% Nymex crude oil is up 7/10 percent, or 27 cents, and 42 01 a barrel and co makes school this. It'll change in 18 61 70 announced the euro 1.1853 against the dollar. Nathan Karen, thank you. Fresh restrictions are taking hold across the country's the pandemic continues to surge. We have Bloomberg radio team coverage on the measures. Beginning with Michael Bar in New York. Michael Nathan, New York City public schools are closed and now it's just a matter of time before indoor dining will close. And other types of things. Jim's other things. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says it will likely happen in the next week or two. De Blasio says the city is facing a new challenge with the second wave bearing down. He noted that Governor Cuomo has said all of New York City could be declared an orange zone under the state's guidelines. New York 70 average infection rate is just above 3%, the city's public school buildings. Air closed at least through Thanksgiving weekend. I'm Michel Bar in New York. Now here is headmaster from our Bloomberg 9 60 news room in San Francisco, California is imposing a 10 p.m. curfew for 94% of the resident says cases surge throughout the state. Governor Gavin Newsom is already urged Californians to avoid travel and scale back Thanksgiving gatherings or cancel them. But, he says today quote we're sounding the alarm Hospitalizations arisen 64% in two weeks in the state, Los Angeles County sees a 147% increase in cases just since November. 1st I'm Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Now here's Janet Wu on new restrictions hitting Rhode Island, Rhode Island is shutting down after Thanksgiving and limiting gatherings to single households effective. Immediately. Governor Raimondo says the state will shut for.

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Boston police officers kneel to show solidarity with those protesting George Floyd's death

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Boston police officers kneel to show solidarity with those protesting George Floyd's death

"Now with the latest on protests in Massachusetts here's Janet Wu from our Bloomberg one oh six one Boston newsroom then I started peacefully even silently thousands of people laying down in Franklin park as a symbolic die in to honor George Floyd in Brockton a tense night as protesters faced off with state and local police other large groups ended up in front of the state house as well as outside Boston police headquarters held back by barricades several times over the evening police officers of BPD headquarters took a knee at the request of protesters in an act of

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On what's going on around the world. Michael Barone, former vice president Joe Biden noses, I twenty twenty presidential campaign rally in Pittsburgh this afternoon. Investigations are underway today into the background of the suspected gunman accused of opening fire in sign of a San Diego County synagogue over the weekend killing a woman and injuring three others in the NHL playoffs there canes, every two games zip lead over the islanders. Carolina beat New York to one Sunday NBA play-offs the Celtics won their opener against the bucks. The warriors one game one of their western semis against the rockets. Baseball the Yankees down the giants the Mets won along with the nationals. The Red Sox lost along with the Orioles. And as global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thank you, Michael. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios or it's coming up to five. Forty nine on Wall Street. It's been a little more than nine months since the death of Sergio marquee Oni. The Chrysler CEO's passing was sudden, it was also shrouded in secrecy. And now, we're learning more about the risks Chrysler faced in the moments before Mark Yonis, untimely demise, and the crisis it confronted in the days that followed here with the story. Bloomberg's Janet Wu to understand the legacy of Sergio Marquis Oni, you need to understand just how would portent he was to fee up Chrysler. This is a man who was alleged in the auto industry and credited with saving both feet and Chrysler.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The business of sports should major league baseball short. How do we present football to the audience of the future? I don't think that most players understand the power that they have a future of IndyCar racing is looking boy Scott saw Schneck, very basic math here four bidders means more money ever. Nobody will you team value has essentially quadruples and the leaders in the sports industry time to bring in our guest L Steinbrenner National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman Atlanta Braves president Derek Schiller, patriots president Jonathan Kraft Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio. Hello. I'm Mike LA f Scott sauce over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry, and we know ebben has other things to do today. Businessweek chat or something like I know he's talking about Super Bowl. Yeah. So he's a his duties are taking him to business week. But he's gonna come back later and be there for our interview with Kevin demo of the Rams, but first we're going to the inside scoop of what is happening in Atlanta as we gear up for Super Bowl fifty three. Joining us from Atlanta is Bloomberg news reporter Janet Wu who got the coolest sinement to be at the Super Bowl. Hello, Janet pay. Sorry, guys. I took it from you. Are you enjoying yourself? It's fun. But yet you have to give up all ideas of personal space for this week. That's right. Keep your opinions to yourself impossible. But one of the things you did do when you were down there. And I I did this last year is you attended the pitch date for the NFL players association for those who think that players are just dumb jocks. You saw a different side. Didn't you? Absolutely. This was something that you would see at Harvard Business School ten companies lining up each getting about six minutes to pitch their ideas, the NFL players association hoping that they'll partner up before a deal and this is now in its third year. I know you covered it last year. So I spoke with the CEO he says no exit yet, but they are making profit, and I can tell you. They just announced the winner. It was a healthy food company. And they also had a company that is survey home weight training business like the peleton of weight training for at home. So no excuse to be flabby anymore. A bar. There goes your. What are these things? Call the NFL bar. I can get you deal aging d Smith. I want to tell you that I talk with two partners in this. So interesting Kelvin Beecham. I think you've interviewed him before currently at offensive tackle for the New York Jets. Here's a personal portfolio. Now that exceeded thirty companies all seed and early stage investments, I said to him. So you don't want to invest through other VC's? And he said, you know, I'm not interested in the three four x return. I wanna hit it out of the park. So this guy is really hitting it out of the park. He also wants to invest in drones. A lot of companies are drone companies both domestic and international. And then Isaiah Venzke very interesting guy played with the Seattle Seahawks. He then went to HBO after he retired. He went to Harvard as an undergrad and while he was there. And by the way, I should point out. He grew up in poverty he was homeless while he was at Harvard one of his teammates. Then started be good, which is a fast food, healthy company. Back gave him a sixteen x return. And now is area is about to close next month or two his own venture fund there. Targeting one hundred million dollars. They've rates out sixty percent of that to invest in sports related companies and health tech through the one team collective, which is sort of the the unions brand for for their VC lack of a better term. That's really what it is what they do is. They get stakes in companies and the benefit for the companies are because they're usually young companies. They don't have the money. They could never pay the union what they would have to normal deal to get the right to use the players likenesses. And and to get that group license, but they give up equity in the company and get the NFL players in. What else we see in Atlanta? There's a big coke versus Pepsi battle. Right. I mean, it's the hometown of coke. Get Pepsi's in town. Holding battle right? Well, food is is interesting here funny that you mentioned food because I took a tour of the Mercedes Benz stadium. Chick-fil-a is is a big Atlanta company. They are closed on Sunday. So they are going to be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, burn CD's, Ben stadium. I was remarking has the feel of its namesake car title. Eight has also that new car smell. It is unbelievable. The wait a minute. Wait a minute. The stadium has a new car smell it. Well, it's only a year and a half old. And I was walking around. I said this has a new car smell to. I mean that everything is absolutely perfect. Nothing ripped nothing torn nothing stressed yet. It is absolutely beautiful. I walked in soaring ceilings, three club levels where you can sit at a bar and then turn around walk out through the glass doors, and you are at field level behind the benches, and it is one point six billion dollars a fancy including the world's largest digital scoreboard. But. Many stadiums. Now have on average like one hundred luxury suites. This one has a hundred and ninety six basically said this whole stadium is business class. There is no economy section. It's not it's not a it's not a stadium. It's cash register seriously, they're designed for I mean, there's a reason why those clubs weeds first of all the NFL teams don't share their club's sweet revenue that they keep locally. So you're going to see the trend pointing towards the premium experience in the NFL. But as anybody on they're talking about the prices of the food at the stadium in a bar wants to go down and like a twenty dollar Bill and had fifteen hotdogs. It's actually a really great move by Arthur blank. Who is? Of course, the co founder of Home Depot when the owner of the falcons, he came out and told us everyone expects the prices of food to jump on big events, especially the Super Bowl he vowed not to raise prices penny a week ago on and on. But unfortunately, we gotta get outta here. Janet Wu radio row activity, and you're taking it all in right there at the site of Super Bowl fifty three. In atlanta. Thank you so much for joining us up next on the show ever. Nobody Williams joins us when we speak with Rams CEO. Kevin demo about the excitement of having the Los Angeles Rams football team in LA. We felt the fan base steadily over about three years and obviously the team's performance over the last two games. Points out the greatest point differential now pointing in the Super Bowl, I think it's got an LA excited and top football to be to city as diverse in different has L A. And I think that's been a great in crops. That's straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports. You can follow me at Sasha. Nick. We are here every week at this time and catch our apple podcast Mondays Wednesdays.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Day on air and at tick tock 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. This is the business of sports should major league baseball short enough to sees. How do we present football to the audience at future? I don't think that most players understand the power that they have a future of IndyCar racing is looking bright Scott saw Schneck, very basic math here for bidders means more money. Evan Williams team value has essentially quadrupled and the leaders in the sports industry to bring in our guest house Steinbrenner National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman Atlanta Braves president Derek Schiller, patriots president Jonathan Kraft Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio. Up Scott Sasha over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talked to some of the biggest players in the industry. And we know Evan has other things to do today. Businessweek chat or something like, I know he's talking about Super Bowl stuff. Yeah. So he's a his duties are taking him to business week. But he's gonna come back later and be there for our interview with Kevin demo of the Rams, but first we're going to the inside scoop of what is happening in Atlanta as we gear up for Super Bowl fifty three. Joining us from Atlanta is Bloomberg news reporter Janet Wu who got the coolest sinement to be at the Super Bowl. Hello, Janet pay. Sorry, guys. I took it from you. Are you enjoying yourself? It's fun. But yet you have to give up all ideas of personal space for this week. That's right. Keep your opinions to yourself impossible. But one of the things you did do when you were down there. And I I did this last year is you attended the pitch day for the NFL players association for those who think that players are just dumb jocks. You saw a different side. And you absolutely. This was something that you would see at Harvard Business School ten companies lining up each getting about six minutes to pitch their ideas, the NFL players association hoping that they'll partner up before a deal. And this is now in its thirty are covered it last year. So I spoke with the CEO he says no exit yet, but they are making profits, and I can tell you. They just announced the winner. It was a healthy food company. And they also had a company that is survey home weight training business like the peleton of weight training for at home. So no excuse to be flabby anymore. A bar. There goes your experience. What are these things? Call the NFL bar. The deal aging d Smith. I want to tell you that I spoke with two partners in this. So interesting Kelvin Beecham. I think you've interviewed him before currently in offensive tackle for the New York Jets. Here's a personal portfolio. Now, that's exceeded thirty companies all seed and early stage investments, I said to him. So you don't want to invest through other VC's? And he said, you know, I'm not interested in the three four x return. I wanna hit it out of the park. So this guy is really hitting out of the park. He also wants to invest in drones companies are drone companies both domestic and international. And then Venzke very interesting guy played with the Seattle Seahawks. He then went to HBO after he retired. He went to Harvard as an undergrad and while he was there. And by the way point out he grew up in poverty, he was homeless while he was at Harvard one of his teammates. Then started be good, which is a fast food healthy company that gave him a sixteen x return. And now is area is about to close next month or two he's owned venture fund their targeting a hundred. Million dollars. They've raised about sixty percent of that to invest in sports related companies and health check through the one team collective, which is sort of the the unions brand for for their VC lack of a better term. That's really what it is what they do is. They get steaks and companies and the benefit for the companies are because they're usually young companies. They don't have the money. They could never pay the union what they would have to in a normal deal to get the right to use the players likenesses. And and to get that group license, but they give up equity in the company and get the NFL players in return. But also we've seen down in Atlanta. There's a big coke versus Pepsi battle. Right. It's mean, it's the hometown of coq Pepsi's in town. Oti battle right L food is is interesting here. The funny that you mentioned food because I took a tour of the Mercedes Benz stadium. Chick-fil-a is is a big Atlanta company. They are closed on Sunday. So they are going to be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, burn CD's Benz stadium. I was remarking has the feel of its namesake car title. Eight has also that new car smell. It is unbelievable. The wait a minute. Wait a minute. The stadium has a new car smell it. Well, it's only a year and a half old. And I was walking around. I said this has a new car smell. And I mean that everything is absolutely perfect. Nothing ripped nothing torn nothing stressed yet. It is absolutely beautiful. And I walked in soaring ceilings, three club levels where you can sit at a bar and then turn around walk out through the glass doors, and you are at field level behind the benches, and it is one point six billion dollars a fancy including the world's largest digital scoreboard. But. Many stadiums. Now have on average like a hundred luxury suites. This one has a hundred and ninety six basically said this whole stadium is business class. There is no economy section. It's not it's not a it's not a stadium. It's cash. Register they're designed for. I mean, there's a reason why those clubs reads first of all the NFL teams don't share their club's sweet revenue that they keep locally. So you're going to see the trend pointing towards the premium experience in the NFL. But as anybody on they're talking about the prices of the food at the stadium in a bar wants to go down in like, a twenty dollar Bill and have fifteen hotdogs. It's actually a really great move by Arthur blank. Who is? Of course, the co founder of Home Depot, and the owner of the falcons he came out and told us everyone expects the prices of food to jump on big events, especially the Super Bowl, he vowed not to raise prices a penny. Janet, I we could go on and on. But unfortunately, we gotta get outta here. Dead who radio row activity, and you're taking it all in right there at the site of Super Bowl fifty three. Three in Atlanta. Thank you so much for joining us up next on the show. Evan Williams joins us when we speak with ram COO. Kevin demo about the excitement of having the Los Angeles Rams football team in LA. We've built a fan base steadily about three years and obviously the team's performance over the last two twenty games score. The most points the greatest point differential now pointing in the Super Bowl. I think it's gotten LA excited and top winning football to being to a city as diverse in different has L A. And I think that's been a great thing. Troughs? That's straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports..

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business of sports should major league baseball, short ceased. How do we present football to the audience of the future? I don't think that most players understand the power that they have a future of IndyCar racing is looking boy scout Sasha AAC, very basic math here. Bidders means more money. Evan Novi Williams team value has essentially quadrupled and the leaders in the sports industry time to bring in our guest. Tell Steinbrenner National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman Atlanta Braves president Derek Schiller, patriots president Jonathan Kraft Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio. Michael von up. Scott software over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry. And we know Evan has other things to do today business. We chat or something. Like, I know he's talking about Super Bowl stuff. Yeah. So he's a his duties are taking him to business week. But he's gonna come back later and be there for our interview with Kevin demo of the Rams, but first we're going to the inside scoop of what is happening in Atlanta as we gear up for Super Bowl fifty three. Joining us from Atlanta is Bloomberg news reporter Janet Wu who got the coolest sinement to be at the Super Bowl. Hello, Janet pay. Sorry, guys. I took it from you. Are you enjoying yourself? It's fun. But yeah, you have to give up all ideas of personal space for this week. That's right. Keep your opinions to yourself impossible. But one of the things you did do when you were down there. And I I did this last year is you attended the pitch day for the NFL players association for those who think that players are just dumb jocks. You saw a different side. Didn't you? Absolutely. This was something that you would see at Harvard Business School ten companies lining up each getting about six minutes to pitch their ideas, the NFL players association hoping that they'll partner up before a deal, and this is now in its thirty. Are you covered it last year? So I spoke with the CEO he says no exit yet, but they are making profit, and I can tell you. They just announced the winner. It was a healthy food company. And they also had a company that is survey home weight training business like the peleton of weight training for at home. So not used to be flabby anymore. A bar. There goes your experience. What are these things? Call the NFL bars. I can get you deal aging d Smith. I want to tell you the two partners in this. So interesting Kelvin Beecham. I think you've interviewed him before currently in offensive tackle for the New York Jets. Here's a personal portfolio. Now, that's exceeded thirty companies all seed and early stage investment, I said to him. So you don't want to invest through other VC's? And he said, you know, I'm not interested in that three four x return. I wanna hit it out of the park. So this guy is really hitting it out of the park. He also wants to invest in drones. A lot of his companies are drone companies both domestic and international. And then Isaiah Venzke very interesting guy played with Seattle Seahawks. He then went to HBO after he retired. He went to Harvard as an undergrad and while he was there. And by the way, I should point out. He grew up in poverty he was homeless while he was at Harvard wanted his teammates. Then started be good, which is a fast food healthy company that gave him a sixteen x return. And now is area is about to close next month or two his own venture fund there. Targeting one hundred million dollars. They've raised about sixty percent of that to invest in sports related companies and health tech now through the one team collective, which is sort of the the unions brand for for their VC lack of a better term. That's really what it is what they do is. They get stakes in companies and the benefit for the companies are because they're usually young companies. They don't have the money. They could never pay the union what they would have to normal deal to get the right to use the players likenesses. And and to get that group license, but they give up equity in the company and get the NFL players in return. What else we see in Atlanta? There's a big coke versus Pepsi battle. Right. It's made. It's the hometown of coke Pepsi is in town. Battle right L food is is interesting here. The funny that you mentioned food because I took a tour of the Mercedes Benz stadium. Chick-fil-a is is a big Atlanta company. They are closed on Sunday. So they are going to be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, burn Saini's Benz stadium. I was remarking has the feel of its namesake car title. It has also that new car smell. It is unbelievable. The wait a minute. Wait a minute. The stadium has a new car smell it. Well, only a year and a half old and I was walking around. I said this has a new car smell to it. And I mean that everything is absolutely perfect. Nothing ripped nothing torn nothing stressed yet. It is absolutely beautiful. And I walked in soaring ceilings, three club levels where you can sit at a bar and then turn around walk out through the glass doors, and you are at field level behind the benches, and it is one point six billion dollars a fancy including the world's largest digital scoreboard. But. Many stadiums. Now have on average one hundred luxury suites this one has a hundred and ninety six. So basically said this whole stadium is business class. There is no Konami section. It's not it's not a it's not a stadium. It's cash register seriously, they're designed for them. And there's a reason why those clubs first of all the NFL teams don't share their club's sweet revenue that they keep locally. So you're going to see the trend pointing towards the premium experience in the NFL. But as anybody on they're talking about the prices of the food at the stadium, you know, bar wants to go down in like a twenty dollar Bill fifteen hotdogs, it's actually a really great move by Arthur blank. Who is? Of course, the co founder of Home Depot when the owner of the falcons, he came out and told us everyone expects the prices of food to jump on big events, especially the Super Bowl, he vowed not to raise prices a penny. Janet, I we could go on and on. But unfortunately, we gotta get outta here. Janet Wu radio row activity, and you're taking it all in right there at the site of Super Bowl fifty three. Three in Atlanta. Thank you so much joining us up next on the show. Evan Williams joins us when we speak with ram COO. Kevin demo about the excitement of having the Los Angeles Rams football team in LA fan base steadily for about three years, and obviously the team's performance over the last two twenty bucks game score the most points the greatest point differential now pointing the Super Bowl, I think it's got an LA excited and top winning football to be to a city as diverse in different. I think that's been a great thing. Troughs? That's straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports. You can follow me at sash. Nick. We are here every week at this time and catch our apple podcast Mondays.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Scott software over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry, and we know ebben has other things to do today. Businessweek chat or something like, I know he's talking about Super Bowl stuff. Yeah. So he's a his duties are taking him to business week. But he's gonna come back later and be there for our interview with Kevin demo of the Rams, but first we're going to the inside scoop of what is happening in Atlanta as we gear up for Super Bowl fifty three. Joining us from Atlanta is Bloomberg news reporter Janet Wu who got the coolest sinement the be at the Super Bowl. Hello, Janet pay. Sorry, guys. I took it from you. Are you enjoying yourself? It's fun. But yet you have to give up all ideas of personal space for this week. That's right. Keep your opinions to yourself impossible. But one of the things you did do when you were down there. And I I did this last year is you attended the pitch day for the NFL players association for those who think that players are just dumb jocks. You saw a different side. Didn't you? Absolutely. This was something that you would see at Harvard Business School ten companies lining up each getting about six minutes to pitch their ideas, the NFL players association hoping that they'll partner up before a deal, and this is now in its thirty are no you covered it last year. So I spoke with the CEO he says no exit yet, but they are making profits, and I can tell you. They just announced the winner. It was a healthy food company. And they also had a company that is survey home weight training business like the peleton of weight training for at home. So no excuse to be flabby anymore. A bar. There goes your experience. What are these names? Call the NFL bar. I can get you deal aging d Smith. I want to tell you that I talk to partners in this. So interesting Kelvin Beecham. I think you've interviewed him before currently at offensive tackle for the New York Jets. Here's a personal portfolio. Now, that's exceeded thirty companies all seed and early stage investments, I said to him. So you don't want to invest through other VC's? And he said, you know, I'm not interested in that three four x return. I wanna hit it out of the park. So this guy is really hitting it out of the park. He also wants to invest in drones. A lot of his companies are drone companies both domestic and international. And then Isaiah Venzke. Very interesting guy played with the Seattle Seahawks. He then went to HBO after he retired. He went to Harvard as an undergrad and while he was there. And by the way, I should point out. He grew up in poverty he was homeless while he was at Harvard one of his teammates. Then started be good, which is a fast food, healthy company. Back gave him a sixteen x return. And now is area is about to close next month or two his own venture fund their target. One hundred million dollars. They've raised about sixty percent of that to invest in sports related companies and health tech through the one team collected which is sort of the the unions brand for for their VC lack of a better term. That's really what it is what they do is. They get stakes in companies and the benefit for the companies are because they're usually young companies. They don't have the money. They could never pay the union what they would have to in a normal deal to get the right to use the players likenesses. And and to get that group license, but they give up equity in the company and get the NFL players in return. What else we see down in Atlanta? There's a big coke versus Pepsi battle. Right. It's made. It's the hometown of coke Pepsi is in town. Holding battle right L food is is interesting here. The funny that you mentioned food because I took a tour of the Mercedes Benz stadium. Chick-fil-a is is a big Atlanta company. They are closed on Sunday. So they are going to be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, burn CD's Benz stadium. I was remarking has the feel of its namesake car title. It has also that new car smell. It is unbelievable. The wait a minute. Wait a minute. The stadium has a new car smell it. Well, it's only a year and a half old. And I was walking around. I said this has a new car smell to it. And I mean that everything is absolutely perfect. Nothing ripped nothing torn nothing stressed yet. It is absolutely beautiful. And I walked in soaring ceilings, three club levels where you can sit at a bar and then turn around walk out through the glass doors, and you are at field level behind the benches, and it is one point six billion dollars a fancy including the world's largest digital scoreboard. But. Many stadiums. Now have on average one hundred luxury suites this one has a hundred and ninety six so basically said this whole stadium is business class. There is no economy section. It's not it's not a it's not a stadium. It's cash register seriously they're designed for I mean, there's a reason why those clubs tweets first of all the NFL teams don't share their club's sweet revenue that they keep locally. So you're going to see the trend pointing towards the premium experience in the NFL. But as anybody on they're talking about the prices of the food at the stadium, you know, bar wants to go down and like a twenty dollar Bill and have fifteen hotdogs. It's actually a really great move by Arthur blank. Who is? Of course, the co founder of Home Depot when the owner of the falcons, he came out and told us everyone expects the prices of food to jump on big events, especially the Super Bowl, he vowed not to raise prices a penny. Janet, we could go on and on. But unfortunately, we gotta get outta here. Jetta woo radio row activity, and you're taking it all in right there at the site of Super Bowl fifty three. Three in Atlanta. Thank you so much for joining us up next on the show Evan. Nobody Williams joins us when we speak with Ramsey CEO. Kevin demo about the excitement of having the Los Angeles Rams football team in LA. We felt the fan base steadily for about three years, and obviously the team's performance over the last two twenty bucks game score the most points to the greatest point differential now pointing to the Super Bowl. I think it's got an LA excited winning football to be to a city of diverse in different. And I think that's been a great thing. Troughs straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports. You can follow me at Sasha. Nick. We are here every week at this time and catch our apple podcast Mondays Wednesdays.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the business of sports should major league baseball, short ceased. How do we present football to the audience of the future? I don't think that most players understand the power. They have Michael Barr. The future of IndyCar racing is looking boy scouts snake? Very basic math here. Bidders means more money Evan. Nobody Williams team values essential. Quadrupled and the leaders in the sports industry time to bring in our guest Hal, Steinbrenner National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman Braves president Derek Schiller patriots president Jonathan Kraft Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio. Michael barr. Scott sauce, Nick over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talked to some of the biggest players in the industry, and we know ebben has other things to do today. Businessweek chat or something like, I know he's talking about Super Bowl stuff. Yeah. So he's a his duties are taking him to business week. But he's gonna come back later and be there for our interview with Kevin demo of the Rams, but first we're going to the inside scoop of what is happening in Atlanta as we gear up for Super Bowl fifty three. Joining us from Atlanta is Bloomberg news reporter Janet Wu who got the coolest Simon to be at the Super Bowl. Hello, Janet pay. Sorry, guys. I took it from you. Are you enjoying yourself? It's fun. But yet you have to give up all ideas of personal space for this week. That's right. Keep your opinions to yourself impossible. But one of the things you did do when you were down there. And I I did this last year is you attended the pitch day for the NFL players association for those who think that players are just dumb jocks. You saw a different side. And you absolutely. This was something that you would see at Harvard Business School ten companies lining up each getting about six minutes to pitch their ideas, the NFL players association hoping that they'll partner up before a deal. And this is now in its thirty are now you covered it last year. So I spoke with a CEO he says no exit yet, but they are making profits, and I can tell you. They just announced the winner. It was a healthy food company. And they also had a company that is survey home weight training business like the peleton of weight training for it at home. So no excuse to be flabby anymore. A bar. There goes your. What are these things? Call the NFL. I can get you deal. Paging d Smith. I want to tell you though, I spoke with two partners in this. So interesting Kelvin Beecham. I think you've interviewed him before currently at offensive tackle for the New York Jets. He has a personal portfolio. Now, that's exceeded thirty companies all seed and early stage investment, I said to him. So you don't want to invest through other VC's? And he said, you know, I'm not interested in the three four x return. I wanna hit it out of the park. So this guy is really hitting it out of the park. He also wants to invest in drones. A lot of his companies are drone companies both domestic and international. And then Isaiah Venzke. Very interesting guy played with the Seattle Seahawks. He then went to HBO after he retired. He went to Harvard as an undergrad and while he was there. And by the way, I should point out. He grew up in poverty he was homeless while he was at Harvard wanted his teammates. Then started be good, which is a fast food healthy company that gave him a sixteen x return. And now is area is about to close next month or two his own venture fund there. Targeting a hundred million dollars. They've raised about sixty percent of that to invest in sports related companies and health tech through the one team collective, which is sort of the the unions brand for for their VC for better term. That's really what it is what they do is. They get stakes in companies and the benefit for the companies are because they're usually young companies. They don't have the money. They could never pay the union what they would have to in a normal deal to get the right to use the players likenesses. And and to get that group license, but they give up equity in the company and get the NFL players in return. What else we see down in Atlanta? There's a big coke versus Pepsi battle. Right. I mean, it's the hometown of coq yet Pepsi's in town. OT battle food is is interesting here. The funny that you mentioned food because I took a tour of the Mercedes Benz stadium. Chick-fil-a is is a big Atlanta company. They are closed on Sunday. So they are going to be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, burn CD's Benz stadium. I was remarking has the feel of its namesake car title. It has also that new car smell. It is unbelievable. The wait a minute. Wait a minute. The stadium has a new car smell. Well, the only a year and a half old and I was walking around. I said this has a new car smell to. And I mean that everything is absolutely perfect. Nothing ripped nothing torn nothing stressed yet. It is absolutely beautiful. And I walked in soaring ceilings, three club levels where you can sit at a bar and then turn around walk out through the glass doors, and you are at field level behind the benches, and it is one point six billion dollars a fancy including the world's largest digital scoreboard. But. Many stadiums. Now have on average like one hundred luxury suites. This one has a hundred and ninety six. So basically said this whole stadium is business class. There is no economy section. It's not it's not a it's not a stadium. It's cash register seriously they're designed for and there's a reason why those clubs tweets first of all the NFL teams don't share their club's sweet revenue that they keep locally. So you're going to see the trend pointing towards the premium experience in the NFL. But as anybody on they're talking about the prices of the food at the stadium in a bar wants to go down and like a twenty dollar Bill and had fifteen hotdogs. It's actually a really great move by Arthur blank. Who is? Of course, the co founder of Home Depot, and the owner of the falcons he came out and told us everyone expects the prices of food to jump on big events, especially the Super Bowl, he vowed not to raise prices a penny. Janet, I we could go on and on. But unfortunately, we gotta get outta here who radio row activity, and you're taking it all in right there at the site of Super Bowl fifty three. Three in Atlanta. Thank you so much for joining us up next on the show ever. Nobody Williams joins us when we speak with ram COO. Kevin demo about the excitement of having the Los Angeles Rams football team in LA. We've built a fan base steadily for about three years performance over the last two games scoring the most points the greatest point differential now pointing in the Super Bowl. I think it's got an LA excited in winning football to be to a city as diverse in different has L A. And I think it's been a great thing. Trump's that's straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports. You can follow me at Sasha. Nick. We are here every week at this time and catch our apple podcast Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays. You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio round the world. To be the best. You wanna learn from the bet he also happens to be the manager of the world's biggest actively manage bond fund that goes for our guests. 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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ed. And now it's time for a Bloomberg arts and entertainment segment, Calvin Beecham junior is a football offensive tackle for the New York Jets. But when he's not playing football. He's investing in startups. The southern Methodist graduate is leveraging linked Dan to broaden his network in the venture capital and technology space, which includes deep interests in everything from drones and robotics to aviation and artificial intelligence, Bloomberg's Janet Wu spoke with Beecham Atlanta ahead of Super Bowl fifty three. The thing is I blew my Leah plan football robot fifteen was considering the next move in where I was going to go next had a great conversation with a friend of mine. He's the one of the four CEO's currently at AT and T John Donovan, he put me on a whiteboard till July. How you gonna do something like CMU, which is a grade school in Pittsburgh, get NBA already had a massive one of the NBA. He was like man you thinking about business are wrong. It's all about relationships. Building with people over time companies that are innovating so took his advice to Super Bowl happened out of San Francisco that same year, the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers went out to San Francisco. Got to have a tool with the NFL PA and the NFL go see Facebook Instagram all the sexy startups if you would not have that injury. Do you think you'd be an investor now I was leaning towards it because I was thinking about doing some investing in Pittsburgh. Now, it's not the same thing because Silicon Valley Boston New York, but Pittsburgh has a little tech her because you know, the thing is is Pittsburgh used to be old industrial city turn into this urban green community. So I was starting to kind of look in the space due to my the things that was doing on this on the stem front philanthropic. I was just starting to kind of evolve. And look at the tech spaces ways to get more young people, especially young African American people into the space to understand how they can get involved in. This tech revolution has really kind of taken over our society right now. So is Joe down into some of the numbers and investment for sure how many investments have you made thirty plus in what kind of companies mostly companies, you'd think about company out of Boston that I mentioned earlier about keeper which is automating accounting, a company called affinity, which is changing the way people use CRAM's, you had a company car relate. I cue that was actually sold to sell us. What's a couple of years ago? Affinity. I was is ten times better than that. I call it leaked it on steroids is really able to to keep a concise uses machine learning, but keeps so concise beautiful dash to keep up with all the context that you input your Email over the last six years brings everybody up to speed to what you're doing. I mean, it's a phenomenal to that. I've been using to kind of keep up with what I'm doing. Love drums, drums, robotic. So it actually made an investment and cafe X, which is company out of San Francisco route robot actually give you some kind of space that I love. Okay. So you're talking about robotics, high-tech, fintech social media platforms. Is there one area that has your greatest passion? You know, the thing is is I I love tech. So for me as an athlete you want to stay diversified. Just like you think about your diversification of your entire portfolio you want to stay diversified. So if is diversified with the tech, I want to stay diversified with them. This cattle, which I do back in Texas is due to my my nature of being raised in Texas. I wanna make sure I have a number of different set of cattle Kelvin most young athletes your age twenty nine are not diversified. They get these huge contracts, and then they blow it they spend the money. You're not.

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"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That are comfortable for hands and comfortable city game. Obviously if it's raining, we're not gonna want to be opened right now. The weather looks pretty good on Sunday. So I think we're in a temperature range where we could have an open about seventy thousand ticket holders will fill the stadium on Sunday. The stadium can hold more than seventy five thousand people but had to be reconfigured to accommodate all the media covering the big game. Reporting from Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta, Janet Wu Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron and tic TAC on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan, michael. Thank you coming up on six thirty six on Wall Street. Jon Stashower has the Bloomberg NBC sports update. Nato the Netscape one of the games they should win. It was close at Barclays against lowly Chicago losers now fourteen or fifteen but Brooklyn out one twenty one seventeen the ngelo Russell with thirty points. Shabazz Napier at five three pointers, eastward twenty four and twenty five minutes off the bench. Nets have won seven of eight nine in a row at home Lakers. Lost the Philadelphia now six and eleven without LeBron James the word is LeBron may return to the lineup tomorrow at the garden. The flyers scored minute forty and that was in one nothing went over the Rangers. Thirty eight saves in goal. Philadelphia's six foot six inch New Jersey native Anthony stole ours. From baseball x-men ex Yankee Neil Walker signed with Miami, the Phillies have signed their former star Jimmy Rollins to work in the front office. The as of signed as an advisor sandy Alderson, their former GM Justin just eight years as GM with the Mets the NFL in the NFL the giants released defensive lineman Conard Barwick and Tom Brady went to the age of forty one is seventeen years older than Rams quarterback Jared Goff seven years older than the Rams head coach. John McVay order. You get you know, the fewer cancers you're going to have. And when I was a young player everything happened. So quick, I didn't know they realize how much you struggle when you know, when you don't make it because I went to college, and we won a lot in college, and what's the to bowl games, and we won. And then we got to the patriots. And I started playing and we're winning. So in some ways, I know that you take it for granted. But you don't appreciate how challenging Sunday in Atlanta. Brady's nine Super Bowl. His second chance to be the first to win six. Remember last year the pats laws but Brady threw for over five hundred yards with the Bloomberg NBC sports update. I'm Jon Stashower. John.

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"janet wu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"janet wu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But she would be treated. Merman? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. From any state can but not mistaken. But the point is she doesn't even gonna talk shows where people agree with because we don't screen calls. I mean, you if you give you get through. We'll put him on the air. Now, if somebody we know is somebody who can't control their language. We don't let them on. Okay. And there are people who who we do we do not put onto the average person calls in here, rob talks to them gets their name and number. So so Warren knows she might get some tough questions that she doesn't want to deal with that. Joe? Kennedy comes in my cap wanna would come in. Jim mcgovern's come in. Seth Moulton is come comes in mighty walls can Lynch Steve Lynch comes in. Absolutely. But warned us, and so, but she thinks she's above it. All of course, she does. He doesn't have the time. Because now she's running he's going to be running for president. But the bottom line, I have to admit I have to admit this to this is gonna sound like a strange statement coming from me. But in the beginning, I liked her to okay, I did. When she ran against God proud. I I had had it with him. I didn't vote for her. But I blanked the ballots did not help him win. I thought she sounded like a reasonable woman who I didn't necessarily agree with everything. But she did say, she believed firmly believe the system was rigged. I do agree with that. But but there was, but then, but then she went crazy initially, actually, she likes Donald Trump to you know, the issue. I remember seeing her on that show on hill five in the I can't think of the name of it on Sunday morning with. And Janet Janet Wu. Correct. And and I remember her discussing Trump, Bernie, she said, well, you know, there's something about the message of these two that are resonating with people. I initially I think she likes him because he was talking about the system being rigged, still talks. He's still talks about the system is being rigged shell that's that's the point. He he says the system is rigged, the Democrats and the Republicans play a game together down there. And that's why the bushes did. And that's in. So he's the he's an outsider. She's not an outside where along the line. She she went nuts started grandstanding against him. Now. She sounds hysterical. Only because she thinks that will help with. That's all she that's see if look if tomorrow, Donald Trump was the most popular politician in America should be supporting him. There's no integrity their show. I gotta run here. Because. Right. Integrity, integrity. That's what's important. I mean, George Bush. She solar integrity out. I'll say I'll say I'll say it again to any sane Democrats out the take Dan party back. Thanks, joe. Appreciate very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. There are a lot of Democrats. Trust me on that. Bruce in holliston, Bruce next on nightside. Go ahead. Hello Broussais there. Bruce and HAMAs than. Well, if he isn't there he goes, Bruce in holliston for some reason didn't didn't make it. So here's what I wanna do. That's perfect because I want to clear the deck wanna give everybody a chance to we talked for a little more than two hours a little more than two hours..

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