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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The president of Ukraine is pleading with President Biden for missiles and airplanes speaking to Fox News president zelensky said Biden should not bother sending helmets but he should send missiles and airplanes He went on to complain that he wants Ukraine to join NATO but it won't admit us U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned price is emphasizing Ukraine's autonomy and said the U.S.'s primary focus in Eastern Europe is supporting the country and looking toward a diplomatic end to the conflict We are supporting and supportive of diplomacy but it needs to be the Ukrainians who are in the lead here We're not going to make decisions for Ukraine It is going to be up to president zelensky A Ukrainian official says talks between his country and Russia led to a prisoner swap agreement The talks between delegations from the two countries took place in Istanbul turkey This week this has been a special report I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world headquarters Jobs Friday and an up day on Wall Street equities advanced in the final minutes of trading treasury yields surged as a solid jobs report boosted the fed's case to use aggressive interest rate hikes to tackle inflation Jeff Rosenberg is senior portfolio manager at BlackRock financial management This is good news but it's a little bit too much of good news And this is an economy and a labor market that's overheating The fed has to accelerate BlackRock's Jeff Rosenberg as for the pace of Federal Reserve rate increases Nadia lovell is senior equity strategist at UBS financial services We're looking for race to be front end loaded we're looking for 50 basis points in May as well as June and then a return to a 25 basis points cadence And so we think that the market can be able to weather that storm Nadia lovell of UBS as for the jobs report on the broader economic backdrop Michael Collins is senior portfolio manager at P Jim The economy is red hot the labor market is red hot But all of those things always occur right before a slowdown right You get a flat curve you've got a really low unemployment rate In fact that's actually one of the best leading indicators of future slowdowns is a really low unemployment rate You get really hot economies and we are there Michael Collins of P jum Oil had its biggest weekly loss in more than ten years after the Biden administration ordered an unprecedented release of U.S. strategic reserves to tame rampant prices This week West Texas intermediate crude oil was down $14 a barrel A late day rally S&P 500 Index finished with a gain of 15 points up by three tenths of 1% It was an up week the Dow up 139 points up by four tenths of 1% NASDAQ up 41 again of three tenths Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg Your listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio The biggest question facing the U.S. economy right now is the question whether we can have a so called soft landing that is raining inflation without tipping us over into a recession To answer this question I talked to Bill Dudley senior adviser to Bloomberg economics senior research scholar at the Princeton center for economic policy studies and former president of the Federal Reserve bank of New York Jared Powell cited three episodes where the fed tightened and we had a soft landing 1965 in 1984 and 1994 95 The comment is none of those episodes are really relevant to the current situation because in all those episodes the fed tightened but not enough to slow down the keep the unemployment rate from declining All three of those cases the unemployment rate kept falling And we can't afford to let the unemployment rate continue to fall in the current environment because all that would do is push inflation even higher So the chances of generating a soft landing it seems very remote because the economy if you start to push up the unemployment rate it's very hard to control that process There's a rule called the Somme rule which basically says every time the unemployment rate goes up by more than a half a percentage point the next stop is a full blown recession And a full blown recession is not a rise of a half a percent or 1% in the unemployment rate The smallest rise in the unemployment rate we've seen in the post World War II period is over two percentage points So I think it's going to be very difficult for the fed to pull this off You said it's theoretically possible It's going to be hard given history given what we've seen with past track record Is it within the power of the fed Can they be smarter or is this matter a mainly a matter of luck having certain other factors trigger for example a big infusion of labor into the workforce Well I think the problem is that they waited too long to begin the tightening process So they're just beginning to start to tighten at a time that inflation is way above their target and the unemployment rate is low at 3.8% And Paul has characterized the labor market as extremely tight In that situation if you're going to try to get inflation under control you're going to have to push up the unemployment rate And if you push up the unemployment rate it's almost impossible to avoid a recession at that point So they'll try to stretch this out as long as they can They'll try to push down inflation without pushing up the unemployment rate very much But I think at the end of the day it's going to be very difficult for them to pull this off This tree is not kind in this situation Bill as you just said in your opinion and a lot of other people as well the fed just waited too long I wonder how much of that was because of that famous framework that was unveiled at Jack's own Does J Powell need to admit that the framework was a mistake before they can make progress here because you've seen him being asked this question several times and every time he refuses to admit the framework was a mistake Well I don't think the framework was a mistake in the sense that they changed their inflation objective 2% inflation on average The problem is how they operationalize that If every recall what the fed basically said is we're not going to raise short term interest rates until we see 2% inflation we're confident that inflation is going to be above 2% for some time in the future And we've also reached full employment So that's the.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:51 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"For member station wbz Susie on reports Martha rodeo waved goodbye this morning to her third grader in kindergartener before walking her pre-K daughter lilac to her class at McAuliffe elementary on Chicago's northwest side They're excited to go back to school So let me guess I miss my teachers A teacher sprays sanitizer on lyla's hands just before she enters her classroom Rodeos says she feels confident in sending her daughters back to school now because her family took the proper precautions I know my kids are negative They're vaccinated So those are two things that and then teachers agreed to come back Like most families here they've been battered by COVID twists and turns all this year that includes individual classrooms going remote because of a COVID exposure she says the past week was tough for a lot of families working parents had to scramble for child care and figure out ways to keep kids engaged She doesn't blame the teachers for that She thinks teachers were making reasonable requests following winter break like supporting stronger COVID testing and embracing metrics for when schools and the district flipped back to remote learning CPS should definitely help out their teachers At the end they're the ones in the front line and they should have a saying Not all students return to in class learning today Some classrooms remain dark because of high COVID cases and some parents decided to still keep their kids at home like laquita Simmons whose 7th grade daughter chastity is vaccinated but she isn't sending her back to school quite yet We are both as medic So I just can't take the chance of us contracting it because I don't know how we will react to it Simmons doesn't understand why school officials and mayor Lori Lightfoot were adamant in their opposition to temporary remote learning She notes that some of the teachers at chastity school are still at home Some of them have an even retired because they're sick or their children are sick And their home taking care of their own children Her plan now is to send chastity back to school next week after she gets a negative COVID test However I'm still not okay with that decision but I'm not gonna interfere with her learning because I know at this time they're not gonna allow her to do remote High school student journey member says he doesn't think classes should have been canceled at all and he's happy to be back While concerned about the latest surge he thinks it's manageable He's always having consistency in wearing masks And testing for who has COVID was not I think we can have control over this Journey's mother's orlina Smith member says she won't take sides between the district and the teachers union but she's among many here who are frustrated by the stalemate that lasted a week and says this all could have been handled much better If we do go to remote learning or shutdown again or pause or stop that they figure out a way that the children can still get some type of education and not block out the teachers She says her son's grades took a hit during virtual learning but as she looks ahead over the next several months of the school year she's focusing on the need for consistency and says she simply doesn't want the learning to stop again For NPR news I'm Susan Yelp and ma was collecting cans in east Harlem This pass spring when someone approached from behind struck him and then while he lay on the ground kicked him in the head Another man Jared Powell was arrested and charged with attempted murder and two hate crime assault charges Ma spent more than 8 months in the hospital he died this past New Year's Eve He was 61 And the New York police department is now investigating his death as a homicide Is a spokesperson for ma's family He joins us now Mister Chan welcome to all things considered Thank you Before we get to his death would you tell us just a little bit about Yao pen Maz life how he ended up in New York collecting cans that night Mister mall was a dim sum pastry chef in China in the khoisan sexual region of China which is located in Guangdong province He and his wife immigrated to the United States in October of 2018 In 2019 he worked as a kitchen helper slash cook but the place was went out of business when the city went into lockdown in March of 2020 The business that were reopened so he had to resort to collect the cans along with his wife his wife also lost work at the time I mentioned that among the charges that prosecutors have brought are hate crimes charges For which they need to show the victim was targeted because of his race I know police have said they've got surveillance camera footage suggesting that man has attacker had not interacted before the assault has led them to believe he may have been targeted because of his race I wonder if you can speak to just how what happened to mister maw fits in among other crimes that have been documented against Asian Americans in New York City Sure to police during the course of the investigation has some evidence that maybe not be disclosed yet let them at the hate crime charge but mister ma I have no interaction with the mister Powell and he was just minding his own business He never even saw a power come up behind him mister Maya was attacked from behind He was shoved up around and then repeatedly stopped against the sky look Remind us of the background here It hate crimes against Asian Americans have been way up during the pandemic Hate crimes against Asians against Chinese There's nothing new to me I'm in my mid 60s in grew up in New York City on a low east side here in the 60 70s that has always been resentment and bias against the Chinese in this country But like I said people did not reporting them at that time for instance I've walked down the street before and so many companies make it derogatory market And I was just shrug it off or if they pursued it We would have an argument We would go our separate ways I would not think about going into the priest in the reported But now in light of this big increase and also because of the media coverage of some of these horrific attacks people are reporting So we're getting a more accurate picture of how many eyes incidents against Asians are in the city and in the country You're a long time activist and advocate for Chinese immigrants in New York What has the reaction been to what happened to mister maw Well of course you have the empathy you have the outrage but at the end of the day none of that brings it back What we can hope for is something positive to come out of this As a result of any tragedy you're trying to make something good come out of it I mean nothing we can do forever bring them back That is Carlin Chan spokesperson for the family of the late yelpin ma Thank you very much mister chairman Thank you.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"People dead in a Bronx apartment building fire the 5 alarm blaze started in the Tremont section of The Bronx in a 19 story high rise on east one 81st street just before 11 this morning More than 60 people were injured including more than 30 people sent to the hospital Most of the injuries appear to be from smoke inhalation mayor Eric Adams called it one of the worst fires witnessed in modern times in the city of New York fired commissioner Daniel nigro says the fire was indeed tragic The last time we had a loss of life that maybe this Olympics was happy when the fire was over 30 years ago Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is hopeful schools will reopen tomorrow appearing on NBC's meet the press lightfoot express confidence that their administration would be able to reach a deal with the teacher's union thanks to the unprecedented support of parents Parents are outraged and they are making their outrage known to the teachers union The mayor said she won't let the union politicize the situation Secretary of State Antony Blinken is lowering expectations for this week's high stakes talks with Russia appearing on ABC's this week blink and said the situation with Russia is unlikely to change in the immediate future as they hold what he called a gun to the head of Ukraine Russian troops are massed along Ukraine's border amid rising tensions blinken said the two paths presented to Russia will be put to the test during talks in Geneva The James Webb space telescope is now fully deployed the space observatory the size of a tennis court was launched on Christmas Day the telescope is now off to its final destination in orbit around the sun 1 million miles away from earth NASA called it one of the riskiest and most difficult space launches The winners of the Golden Globes will be announced today this year's award presentation will be a private event with no spectators the Hollywood foreign press association said Thursday the ceremony will have no audience or media coverage and will not be streamed Instead the winners will be announced on social media and on the association's website Nominees this year include Lady Gaga Kristen Stewart and Denzel Washington I'm dean kodiak Residents of a Florida condo call it a miracle that an 8 year old boy is alive after falling 7 floors to the ground Scott Carr has more It appears the boy accidentally fell Saturday morning from the window of a 7th floor apartment the boy survived the fall he was rushed to the local trauma center at Jackson memorial hospital with what North Miami police called significant though non life threatening injuries Police have not said whether his parents were with him at the time of the fall An Asian man is dead after being head stomped in a brutal hate crime 8 months ago authorities say Yao was attacked last April in east Harlem while collecting cans to pay rent authorities announced on Saturday ma fell into a coma before succumbing to his injuries on December 31st 50 year old Jared Powell was arrested and charged with Mas at the time attempted murder along with a hate crime but those may change now with mau's death being ruled a homicide House majority whip James Clyburn is weighing in on the debate to make changes to the electoral count act appearing on Fox News Sunday the South Carolina Democrat explained that while Congress is willing and able to change the law more work still needs to be done These are different circumstances The electoral count act of 1887 determines how Congress formally counts the electorial college vote The idea to modernize the legislation has already gathered some bipartisan support Clyburn added that any changes made to the over 130 year old law must fit the times authorities in New York are investigating the death of a man who combusted after being tased by police while covered in hand sanitizer Jason Jones walked into a police station just south of Albany in green county back in late October of last year Jones is seen in the footage looking agitated while talking to officers before taking off his sweater and shirt and then dousing himself with hand sanitizer At that point an officer fires his taser at Jones who is immediately engulfed in flames Jones spent the next 45 days in ICU before dying from his injuries The girl scouts are paying tribute to the late Betty White the girl scouts of Jersey Shore are offering a nationwide program to earn a commemorative patch in the actress's honor It's part of their amazing women of the month series I'm dean kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as we've been reporting at least 19 fatalities including 9 kids and dozens more injured following that fire at three 33 181st street in The Bronx earlier today More about it from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Susanna victims were mostly overcome by smoke that was quickly moving through the entire building after someone apparently left the door of the burning apartment open triggering mass hysteria among residents trapped inside Well we.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Head stomped in a brutal hate crime 8 months ago authorities say Yao was attacked last April in east Harlem while collecting cans to pay rent Authorities announced on Saturday ma fell into a coma before succumbing to his injuries on December 31st 50 year old Jared Powell was arrested and charged with Mars at the time attempted murder along with a hate crime but those may change now with ma's death being ruled a homicide New Yorkers can now legally place mobile bets on sporting events Paul de Castro has more Caesar's sportsbook draft king's FanDuel and rush street interactive recently got state gaming commission approval to accept wagers all four providers started taking bets today on all kinds of sporting events in person sports betting has been allowed at upstate New York casino since 2019 but has generated little revenue New York estimates mobile gambling will eventually generate about $500 million in annual tax revenue Authorities in New York are investigating the death of a man who combusted after being tased by police while covered in hand sanitizer Jason Jones walked into a police station just south of Albany in green county back in late October of last year Jones is seen in the footage looking agitated while talking to officers before taking off his sweater and shirt and then dousing himself with hand sanitizer At that point an officer fires his taser at Jones who is immediately engulfed in flames Jones spent the next 45 days in ICU before dying from his injuries The girl scouts are paying tribute to the late Betty White the girl scouts of Jersey Shore are offering a nationwide program to earn a commemorative patch in the actress's honor as part of their amazing women of the month series I'm David kodiak And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York State has added more hospitals to its list of those ordered to postpone elective surgeries for at least two weeks as the surge in COVID-19 cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals The Department of Health statement says all 31 hospitals in the Mohawk valley finger lakes and central regions are now included on that list and 9 others are located throughout the state The hospitals must cancel procedures starting Thursday No hospitals in New York City are on the list With the omikron wave of the pandemic rapidly spreading across the U.S. the economic recovery is facing a new threat that policymakers have little control over and that's people calling in sick What started as a series of holiday flight cancellations as pilots and other staff fell ill or were forced into quarantine is becoming a reality and factory as grocery stores and ports and again testing supply chains Bear Erik Adams allowed legislation to proved by the city council a month ago to automatically become law today It means more than 800,000 non citizens and so called dreamers in New York City can vote in municipal elections They don't have access to vote in federal or state elections that pick governors judges legislators or the president In the U.S. the government issues its key inflation report on Wednesday and it could put pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates sooner rather than later Bloomberg's vinyl Judas reports Bloomberg economics as consumer price data could show the inflation rate top 7% in December COVID-19 related supply shortages persist fueling the worst amount of inflation since the 1980s Housing costs are by and large out of hand Labor shortages and rising wages are also issues demanding the fed strike a balance between robust economic growth and rising prices that could destabilize the economy Vanita should ice Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WTOP

"It as far as I can in life I've been given a second chance And a lot of people have it 8 of Douglas's coworkers died in the tornado Jim chrysalis CBS News New York City police say a Chinese immigrant who was brutally attacked in April while collecting cans in east Harlem has died of his injuries Police announced that 61 year old Yao Khan ma died December 31st and that the attack has now been deemed a homicide 49 year old Jared Powell previously charged with attempted murder This is CBS News Fever is the number one COVID symptom so be safe with an accurate thermometer Only ex gen has proven accurate in more than 100 studies Learn more at exergen dot com 8 O three on Sunday January 9th 30° some freezing rain and spots eventually going up to the mid 40s today Good morning I'm John Aaron We are keeping an eye on some potentially messy weather this morning The national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect until noon It covers areas north and west of the district including Montgomery and Frederick counties in Maryland and loudon county in Virginia The big threat that we're going to have for your Sunday morning is going to be freezing rain What that means is that it's cold enough at the ground for there to be frozen precipitation But in the sort of lower to mid levels of the atmosphere there's enough warm air that's nosed in there that the snowflakes have melted And then they refreeze right at the ground and that's freezing ray That CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson Now in Virginia there especially concerned about the possibility of icing on the I 66 and I 81 corridors but vdot said salt trucks were ready to go In Maryland the state highway administration's Charlie gessler is urging caution The bridges ramps and overpasses they freeze first so anything with these freezing kind of rain that comes down and hits the frozen pavement That's going to present an issue So our crews are going to be out and we're going to be salting to make sure we don't have any kind of rephrase on the roadways We are of course monitoring the situation this morning we will have the latest for you coming up in weather at 8 O 8 Dominion Energy is apologizing for its performance during this past week's storms The crews have been working nonstop.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is warning of cyberattacks targeting consumers Sara Lee Kessler has more Letitia James has issued a consumer alert about these cyberattacks known as credential stuffing Cybercriminals try to log on to online accounts using password stolen from other online services the AG said her office had identified more than 1.1 million accounts compromised for 17 well-known companies She's urging consumers to protect themselves by creating unique passwords for each account using a password manager and enabling two factor authentication The Republican National Committee is narrowing the search for its 2024 presidential convention the shortlist includes Pittsburgh Milwaukee Nashville and Salt Lake City a decision by Republican leaders is expected in the spring A man has been arrested for a 1986 disappearance of a young girl Scott kimbler reports Police in wake county North Carolina have arrested Thomas McDowell for the 1986 disappearance and murder a four year old Jessica Guterres the young girl was taken from her home with her sister only being able to tell investigators that she was taken by the man in the magic hat The FBI sled began reexamining the case in September watch Fox 57 news reporting McDowell as being held in North Carolina awaiting extradition back to the palmetto state it will be prosecuted by the attorney general's office An ancient man is dead after being head stomped in a brutal hate crime 8 months ago authorities say Yao pan ma was attacked last April in east Harlem while collecting cans to pay rent Authorities updated the case Saturday They say ma fell into a coma before succumbing to his injuries December 31st 50 year old Jared Powell was arrested and charged with Maz at the time attempted murder along with a hate crime but those may change now with ma's death being ruled a homicide I'm.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 7 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Former senator from Nevada as the type of man you wanted in your corner Let them be no doubt Harry Reid will be considered one of the greatest Senate majority leaders in history The president knew read for decades working with him first in Congress and then later in the Obama Biden administration when Reed helped steer key democratic priorities through Congress Under Reid's leadership Democrats passed the Affordable Care Act and a major economic stimulus Reed will lie in state in the capital rotunda this coming week He was 82 As Mark hallett NPR news The chairman of the democratic led House select committee investigating the January 6th attack tells NPR the panel will request former vice president Mike Pence's testimony this month And Pierre's Claudia grisales has more Chairman Bennie Thompson said Pence rejected pressure from former president Trump to overrule the 2020 election results and would be a key witness You know the vice president was put in a toast spot The president was putting a lot of pressure on him to break the law And he stood fast Thompson also did not rule out a request for testimony from Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump Try to get the president to call off what was occurring at the capitol Thompson says Ivanka Trump was part of the former president's inner circle calling for an end to the attack Washington And you're listening to NPR This is WNYC in New York I'm Lance lucky Police say a Chinese emigrant who has attacked in April while collecting cans in east Harlem has died of his injuries Police announced today that 61 year old Yao pan ma died on December 31st and the attack has now been deemed a homicide 49 year old Jared Powell was previously charged with attempted murder felony assault and hate crimes charges The federal government is giving the second avenue subway project approval to move to the final phase of planning WNYC Stephen essen reports It's one step away from shovels in the ground The project would add three more stops along the second avenue route extending the Q line from 96th street to a 125th street in east Harlem The project was stalled under the Trump administration but is once again a top priority for the federal government The current cost is pegged at $6.3 billion Half of that would be covered by federal grants recently bolstered by President Biden's infrastructure Bill Once construction begins the MTA expects it could take 8 years to complete the one and a half miles of new tracks and the three new stations Millions of New Yorkers should expect tax relief in the next state budget but it's far from clear whether or how the state will end up spending billions of unexpected tax revenues this year Any big increases in spending will depend in part on the fine print in governor hoku's budget proposal to January 18th the moderate Democrat is facing pressure in budget negotiations from her party's more liberal wing ahead of the June primary Meanwhile state comptroller timed and aptly in fiscal watchdog groups are urging New York to set aside money to prepare for another economic catastrophe and the eventual expiration of COVID-19 relief funds 29° now light rain tomorrow especially in the afternoon This is WNYC.

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Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"The air and good Wednesday morning. America's first news continues on this 28th day of April, 34 minutes past the hour and political leaders in New York or calling for justice after a 61 year old Asian man was attacked. Act in Harlem 61 year old. Yeah, all Pan Ma remained in a coma Tuesday. Police say he was collecting cans when he was attacked from behind by Jared Powell, who was arrested and charged with two counts of felony assault. In Friday's attack. We come here today to say Stop targeting escape. Golding, A telling Asian Americans. We're at the site of the vicious attack. 61 year old yell. Yeah, pen. Ma left him in a coma. Right now fighting for his life. Fuck! We failed, Yell Panama. He was collecting cans to make rent because the system would not support him when he got laid off from his job as a dishwasher, no unemployment checks for Yeah. No public benefits. We fail Gerald Powell in the black and Brown communities. Years of underfunding of public housing, education, social services and catalyzing poverty lets one attacker completely disconnected from his humanity. My family also wishes to express gratitude for the donations that are coming in order for them. They also want express granted for the outpouring of support here. The police departments hate Crimes Task force is investigating the attack, which Appeared to be among the latest in a troubling rise in anti Asian hate crimes in New York and across the country..

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"jared  powell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"jared powell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Jeff McKinney, the CDC today saying that master no longer necessary for small group outdoor activity for people who are fully vaccinated. President Biden, commenting on the recommendation beginning today. Gather the group of friends. In a park. Going for a picnic. As long as you are vaccinated and outdoors. You couldn't do it without a mask about the CDC says fully vaccinated, people should still wear mass outdoors that they find themselves in crowded situations like might be found in sports stadiums, for example. New York City officials today expressing optimism and caution when it comes to the new mass guideline. Mayor De Blasio calls new coronavirus guidance something the city can work with. But he does urge folks to still wear masks and crowded outdoor situations. One of his top health advisers, Dr Jay Varma, He thinks the number of covert cases needs to be lower in New York City before folks can take off their masks, even outdoors, that we all have to factor in things like norms. Politeness getting people habituated with the fact that they still need a mask if they're going to be injury, indoor setting as well, too, so we look forward to reviewing the guidance in detail and seeing how best to apply it to New York. I'm Scott Pringle WR News. Meanwhile, India continues to be battered by an overwhelming surge of Corona virus, and White House senior covert advisor Andy Slavitt says the CDC is sending help TDC Which has a long history of working with and in India on public health measures. Be deploying a strike team to the country to support the public health efforts There Cove it is spreading at a frantic pace in India. The official figures 350,000 new cases each day. 32 year old woman is facing manslaughter and other charges in the death this morning of an NYPD officer who was struck and killed in Queens as he directed traffic at a crash site on the Long Island Expressway. 43 year old Anastasio Sacco's was a 14 year. NYPD veteran. He was the father of 2 49 year old ex con with a long rap sheet is under arrest for allegedly kicking and stomping an Asian man in Harlem. Cops took Jared Powell into custody in connection the last Friday's attack, and reports indicate he has 15 arrests dating back to 1988. The brutal assault was caught on video and left 61 year old Yao Panama, hospitalized as he was kicked and stomped in the head. Almost half a dozen times he'd been collecting cans to make money for his family. It comes as the city deals with a huge surge and anti Asian violence and the NYPD hate crimes Task force is investigating this incident. Try and determine its nature. James Footman, WR news family attorney says Andrew Brown Jr. Died at the hands of police in North.

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Suspect Arrested in Attack on Chinese American Man in NYC

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect Arrested in Attack on Chinese American Man in NYC

"Police in New York City arrested man in an attack on a Chinese American who was kicked repeatedly after being knocked to the ground the NYPD says Jared Powell was charged with two counts of felony assault in Friday's attack on yelp town mall the sixty one year old had lost his job and was out on the street in Harlem collecting cans to get by when police say how old viciously attacked him including kicking him in the head and act caught on surveillance camera the police department's hate crimes task force is investigating the attack which appeared to be among the latest in a troubling rise in anti Asian hate crimes Julie Walker New York

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Well, folks, we've been talking with Jared Powell a graduate of the master of management information systems program at j Whitney bunting college of business at Georgia college, he did it online, and so can you that you so much for joining me today and lens on business is brought to you by Chris burns and dynamic money. Financial planning, what Chris and his team helped build your financial future. Visit dynamic money dot com and the J Whitney bunting college of business at Georgia college, Georgia's public liberal arts, university is are presenting sponsor, don't forget, you can get your m. NBA master of logistics, or master of management information systems online and waivers are available. Visit make your next move dot org and simply complete the form. They get started and make sure and check out our website for our library of pass shows at lens on business dot com. That's L. E N Z on business dot com. This is John Waterhouse, and we will see you next week right here on WSB with more lens on business. Back off for breaking news weather, infanta Bates, all weekend, WSB and the WBZ radio app. Then join us Monday for land is morning news. For Jamie Dupree's take congress racing to their memorial daybreak after their state convention this weekend. Fresh resolve from Georgia Republicans to clean their own house, and along with the five eight forecast last days. Touching. Ninety check out our new nonstop news feed. A super sized dose of news, weather, and traffic.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of business at Georgia college. Georgia's public liberal arts university, and don't forget marketing matters and lens knows marketing brand strategy to advertising digital marketing the public relations. Thanks smart. Thank creative thank wins. Learn more at L E, N Z marketing dot com. We'll be back with more talking to Jared. Powell and online graduate of the masters of management information systems program from the j Whitney bunting college of business at Georgia college, it's all happening right here on Lind's on business on WSB. That's the way you do it. Get ready for hot deals at the Kroger by five five event. Just choose from a huge selection of participating. And when you buy any five you'll save five dollars instantly at checkout with card. You'll find elect varieties of Doritos general mills cereal, folger's coffee, and more. And you'll earn two times the fuel points when you shop Thursdays through Sundays with your coupon from Kroger dot com or the app. But hurry. It's a limited time offer and restrictions apply. Fresh food, low prices at Kroger. Stop by your neighborhood, Kroger today and start saving at the big four day Sam find tons of deals on select beverages, meat snacks and more now through Sunday, just bring your placard and stock up on family favorites. Like large cooked shrimp for only six ninety nine a pound and select six packs. Pepsi are five or ten dollars when you by five or more. So come on down to Kroger for the four day Sam, visit Kroger dot com or the app for details and find everything you love and more fresh food, low prices at Kroger acts.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"jared powell" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of management information systems program from the J Whitney bunting college of business Ed, Georgia college now Jared, so you start earning your masters in business at Georgia college, and they're in the middle of the program. It switches from classroom study to an online program. Let's talk about that transition of going from face to face to online. Learning was that jarring at all for me? It was a little different because I feel like I learn better in a classroom setting and just having the interaction the physical interaction which I think a lot of people would agree with. But it was interesting to transition because we had a couple of classes that would meet one week face to face and in one week online. So it was kind of testing the waters, and got used to it because we had to post in forums that sort of thing to really communicate with the class. But once we went fully online, it was just like jumping in the deep end and you just kind of had to run with it, but it was fun because it was something totally new. Got to play with all kinds of newer technology for like labs. And that sort of thing to really get interactive in the classroom. Can you talk about some ways that you had dappled to that new format of online learning? Oh, sure I like I'm better at vocalizing myself face to face, or just like having a conversation with someone. And I really had to teach myself how to take that and type it into a small blank, and really explain concepts or things that we were talking about in the classroom, and then have to comment on other people's thoughts and posts in our online discussion panels, so that was unique because for me, I'm like, okay, I only have one or two things to say if I type it, but if I'm talking, I could talk all day. Do you think that made you a stronger communicator, I believe? So I think it helped me to be more direct and to just also be able to, I guess, give constructive criticism to Mark classmates. And not be I guess, to direct. So you were talking a little bit about the differences between online and classroom learning you kind of expand on that a little bit any other differences that you noticed, well, we just had to learn how to be in online classroom where we would meet in those WebEx, was the program we use, and that's like a online classroom where you can come in, and you can see the video and audio feed from your professor, so you actually get to see them. It's not like you're just staring into the void and listening to someone ramble on. But you so that was interesting because you'd see your classmates. Sometimes somebody wouldn't eat the Mike and they may be eating a little like dinner or something so that those are the some of the growing pains, we had to learn through in the process. But other than that, it was, it was pretty fun and pretty smooth transition. I don't know if any other of my classmates had any issues, I've never really heard anybody complain about it. So, so we're some of the biggest misconceptions of online learning, maybe some that you had. Had that were dispelled once you started experiencing it. I think some of the main ones are it will if it's online, I'm going to be isolated or if it's online. I'm going to not really be able to have a relationship with my professor and really get to know this person. And I don't think was necessarily true and in my case. And in the case of my fellow students in the program. We had plenty of opportunities to talk to our professors into he invited he and she invited us to meet with them in their office. If we wanted to come to campus to, to meet up with them, which lucky for me, I worked on campus, so I could just stares, but they had a open door policy, even online space, anytime you want to call anytime you wanna come by, like they were willing to do that. And that really made it special because I like that aspect about Jordan college in my undergrad and it felt like you just cared right? On over into the masters program of open door policy. Please come by and chat. And I think also have in relationship with students like. Being able to connect with your peers to study to, to grow and to learn, and maybe even collaborate on projects. Together, we were required. We had many a project where we would have to do those sort of things, so they almost reinforced it a little bit, too. So you don't feel so isolated and it's not just a solo gig. Folks are listening to lens on business presented by the j Whitney bunting college of business at Georgia college. Georgia's public liberal arts university, I'm guest host, John Waterhouse, and this week, we're chatting with Jared Powell and all mine graduate of the masters of management information systems program from the j Whitney bunting college of business at Georgia college. Now, Jared, you're talking about communicating with fellow students in that comradery in what ways there in the online program, where you able to communicate outside of traditional Email. What ways did you all get creative as far as collaborating during studies? Well we definitely had to use Skype sessions or or also use WebEx sessions. They opened up lobbyists for us. So we could have those interactions with students if we wanted to inner space like that whether lobbies a lobby is just essentially a room online, where you can log in basically use the same setting that you would use for the classroom, but use it for collaborate. With students and the professor may or may not be there. We had breakout sessions in the classroom to where the professor would open up multiple lobbies, and we'd be able to chat together. Same way you a chat, pretty much like Skype or video conferencing, FaceTime, whatever you're familiar with, and we had to like use that a good many times, because some of our classmates weren't in the same city as us or maybe not even in the same state. So that's pretty interesting to kind of experience that and have to work around not being able to meet up face to face all the time with our fellow classmates. So you never ever really felt your own an island. I never did. No. I, I mean, I'm pretty social butterfly, but a lot of my classmates there's a few there that were maybe a little bit more introverted, and even then we had, I would just engage with them and make sure they, hey, we're here, and I think that would be the encouragement, I would say to anyone other who's maybe hesitant about getting into the masters program or online program, just give it a shot and put.

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"jared  powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"jared powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Collins is in the house. She's are investing team leader here at Bloomberg news covers. Some really important people. He's been a great team. I do have a fantastic team. Well, and they're responsible for almost always the most read stories on the Bloomberg writing about the biggest names in money and few bigger than Jeff gun Mark who had his just markets webcast earlier this week. It's must watch must listen. You guys were blogging on it. There was an M Y. Right. A live blog. We went out of our comfort zone this week. And of course, as the team is so stellar. They did a great job. But yeah, he Jeffrey gun lock is one of the story bond managers of all time super successful. But he doesn't webcast each year in January where he doesn't talk about his specific funds. The double line total return fund, for example, he talks about markets, and essentially walks investors through what he's seeing an expecting in stocks bonds, commodities, you name it or his calls, usually good. So my colleague John Gittleson did a fantastic story ahead of the webcast last week where he looked at his calls from two thousand eighteen and essentially he got he nailed most of them. He really did. I gotta give him credit. Yeah. It's called. And so what jumped out at you as you were sort of synthesizing all of it. What are the one or two things that really were the kind of must takeaways? Well, one of the things having listened to it myself was that he spent a lot of time on the US national debt lot of concern there in terms of. Sounding the alarm bells where he really feels like this is going to come back to bite us both the markets. Investors the country's. So he really said it's something investors are not paying enough attention to he also talked about the government shutdown is weighing on markets as well. But you're Ajay pal is also talked about his concerns about right? The rising American debt to. That's right. Did point to chairman of fed chairman Jared Powell as well in terms of seeing his capitulation last week in terms of a good for the markets. But he was he went from pragmatic Powell Gunnlaug said to a Powell put and the markets have been throwing a party since then. Yeah. It was really restraint out there. So he also reiterated that he sees Europe as a value trap. So his position hasn't changed. They're a value trap. Exactly. He was more positive on for twenty nine thousand nine than he was last year. I felt like a lot of people are starting to talk the emerging markets. Big time. Yes, we are hearing in a number of places. Sometimes that concerns me I do too big piling in. Yes. Having been in in in the investing space for a while. I don't know. I know you Jason you came out of the investing team home. Did I did it was it was a nice safe home? We were just talking about my adventures back in the day with Cathy Burton are Notre hedge fund, which I think there's a book fair, and maybe even a Netflix series. But we'll talk about that later. I might need a little editing too. Well, definitely Netflixing not broadcast. So nothing untoward nothing untoward. Just some really good stories when anybody says that of course, there's stuff. So the other headline I wanted to ask you about BlackRock elevating a guy who has really taken on a higher and higher profile. Everybody knows Larry Fink, but a notable promotion at BlackRock. That's right. Mark Wedeman was promoted this week, and he's essentially taking over some more role internationally in terms of black rocks expansion internationally and also corporate strategy in general. So there have been a handful of executives in play as or in terms of people have talking about whether or not who would succeed. Larry think his name is definitely being in place. We didn't come out of nowhere. But certainly this week the added role that he's taking on its newly created role had a lot of people thinking, hey, could he be the successor lot a number of investors that we talk to an anti master. Who wrote the story on our team talked to said could it's definitely giving him more power. But it's not a sure thing that he's definitely the successor. Because there are a lot of other. People who are running big units and black still and are still in the game such a massively influential I feel like whenever they make a move one way or the other people stand up and take notice both in terms of where they're putting their money. But also, even how they're running their company and a lot of ways, and this is a company that runs six point four trillion dollars in assets, the world's biggest asset manager. So where are they going who runs? It is really important to a lot of people's portfolios into it all started in a corner of Blackstone office back in the day. Yeah. It's become Pegues. Always good to catch up. The Peggy Collins investing team leader for around her neck. I know it's called. That's a it's cold in here. It's called everywhere. It is my mom. Can I gotta give her a shot? Was mom Texans. Earlier is like leaving my coat on. Texas just like golden here. Chilly. All right. Thanks have a great weekend. Hope you get to do some yoga with Carol keeping our fingers crossed. All.

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