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"jason pack" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Memorabilia and more, then tune in from your computer, tablet or phone at 4 P.m.. Saturday, February 13th for a free, live streaming event featuring youth for tomorrow, founder and legendary coach Joe Gibbs and fun filled entertainment for the whole family with comedian and illusionist Justin Willman of Netflix. His hit show magic for humans when great prizes laugh until your sides hurt and know that every dollar raised helps youth tomorrow of Northern Virginia provide hope and healing to do. Kids and families in crisis in these challenging times, they need you more than ever. Why. Ft auctions dot com. Investigators say the Nashville bomber mailed packages to some friends before the Christmas Day blast the Tennessee and reports the FBI is studying the materials, the report says. Packages were mailed to several acquaintances around the country with Anthony Warner's outlook on life. Special agent Jason Pack, says the items in the package is a spouse. His viewpoints Warner blew himself up inside an RV packed full of explosive material. Early on Christmas morning there in a TNT switching hub over 40 buildings in downtown Nashville were damaged. While mobile and Internet systems in five states were also affected. A Massachusetts police officer could have charged two women with shoplifting, but instead bought them Christmas dinner that Madison reports Somerset Police officer Matt Lima were spotted to a stop and shop grocery store on December 20th or Employees say the woman didn't scan everything they bagged at self checkout. Lima spoke to them and found out the mother was out of work, having family issues and trying to buy Christmas dinner for her kids, So he served them a trespassing notice instead of a shoplifting charge and bought them a $250 gift cards so they could buy Christmas dinner at another store..
"jason pack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Bloomberg calm on the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take this is Bloomberg Radio. have died in the United States from Corona virus. Johns Hopkins University researchers say there have been over 20 million covert 19 cases in the U. S worldwide. There have been over 84 million cases and 1.8 million deaths, Federal health officials say over 4.2 million Americans have received their first dose of covert 19 vaccine. The CDC is coded data tracker shows just over 13 million doses have been distributed nationwide that includes more than two million doses sent for use in long term care facilities. New York State surpasses one million cases of covert 19 David Folk, Thomas Reports. Governor Cuomo, releasing the latest coronavirus figure Saturday afternoon of the more than 200,000 tests reported Friday, just over 15,000 coming back positive, and that was enough to push the overall number of cases since the pandemic began past the seven figure milestone. The positivity rate Friday was 7.45%, and there were 120 Virus related deaths. New York is the fourth state with more than one million cases, joining California, Texas and Florida. Investigators say the Nashville bomber mailed packages to friends before the Christmas Day blast. Tennesseean reports. The FBI is studying those materials, the report says. Packages were mailed to several acquaintances around the country. With Anthony Warner's outlook on Life. Special Agent Jason Pack says the items in the package is espouse his viewpoints. Warner blew himself up inside an RV packed full of explosive material. Early Christmas morning nearing a TNT switching Cub, Mobile and Internet systems in five states were disrupted. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Some Americans are sending requests to Mitch McConnell's online accounts asking for $2000, the Senate majority leader, blocked a bill that would increase the stimulus checks from $602,000. Twitter. Users claim they are using Venmo and PayPal to demand money from the Kentucky Republican and posting Screenshots. One person tweeted the economy won't exist of every American dies from this pandemic. On Venmo. The user at Mitch McConnell changed the name to please stop sending requests. I'm at Madison. More states could legalize marijuana in the coming year. Sarah Bartlett has that story. Seven more states could join the list of 34 states that currently have legalized pot for either medical or recreational use. New York and Connecticut. Both had legalization efforts underway in early 2020, but put them on hold when the cove in 19 pandemic hit. Governors in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Mexico and Virginia have all voiced support for legalization. In Texas. Several marijuana bills will be taken up when the state legislature reconvenes this month in North Texas Judge is the suspect in the vandalism of a segregation era sign. Leslie bold reports. A video posted to YouTube shows Ellis County Judge Todd Little telling another man to spray paint over a sign which used to hang over a water fountain reserved for black residents. Ellis County Commissioner Lane Grayson said the sign was left as a reminder of a place we should never go again. The court filing says The spray painting was an attempt to obliterate historic segregation era signage and that little had a legal duty to prevent the vandalism and investigation is now under Way. A zoo in Belgium welcomes a new addition to their primate family. The Antwerp Zoo released a new year's day video showing a female bonobo holding her baby. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer. In the Bloomberg News Room. Governor Andrew Cuomo was asking New York to keep up the work to stop the spread of covert 19. He shared pre recorded remarks that Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York City today. Homo says, wear a mask and get the vaccine and he again vowed to make sure distribution of the vaccine is equal. Cuomo said he has no plans on getting the vaccine himself until it is available for black, Hispanic and poor communities around the state. Almost a 70 to 90% of New Yorkers need to be vaccinated for to be effective as covert rates continue to sword nationwide, and the vaccine rollout has been sluggish, Dr Anthony Fauci said. If the smallpox vaccine of the forties could get done, this certainly should be able to be done too. New York City in March and April of 1947 vaccinated 6,350,000 people, five million of which they get in two weeks. I was a six year old boy who was one of those who got vaccinated. So if New York City conduced five million in two weeks, the United States could do a million a day. Out. She was speaking there on a bee sees this week. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said tougher measures will probably be needed to combat the pandemic, including school closures in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Marr today Johnson didn't elaborate on what kind of additional measures might be needed. The NYPD says a bat wielding man injured multiple people yesterday in a trail of destruction across Manhattan, allegedly knocking at least one unconscious, breaking bones and crashing one of two vehicles that he car jacked. Post reports. The attacks started in a subway station in Tribeca at about 7 P.m. last night and stretched to dozens of blocks before ending on the West Side highway. Almost two hours later, the suspect, identified as 43 year old Brian Thompson, was finally pulled over and arrested after being tased by police. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. This is master's in business with very riddles on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is Dave Welling. He is the CEO of Mercer Advisers. Denver based aura with 400 employees and over $21 billion in assets under management. Dave Welling Welcome to Bloomberg. Barry, It's great to be here, looking forward to it. So you have a really interesting job history that I want to discuss before we start getting into the details of welling you were in advance. You weren't black Diamond, Charles Schwab, Bain and Company tell us a little bit about your career path. Sure. So, Yeah, I think is you're getting at very young. Maybe not the traditional head of an advisory firm because I didn't start as an advisor. But I've spent close the last 30 years of my life supporting enabling, And as I call it Clearing the path for advisors. So I was very, very fortunate back in the mid nineties to join Charles Schwab in a really unique role an opportunity. I joined his Chief of staff, which was completely made up job for one of the vice chairman running the adviser business in the four awake a business, I'd say The chance to review with Chuck is part of the job. So, boy you know, talk about lucky is a way to enter this industry and do it the right way and learn the right principles. You know how to have a chance to work down the hall from shock and learned from him, But that was 1997 And prior to that I had some experiences, but they were in management consulting and like a lot of management consultant site, I dabbled in a lot of industries that worked in Telco. I worked in consumer products I worked in Technology at work in across the board actually work in the private equity consulting practice of Bain and company and well, that was an awesome experience and a great foundation for learning business. That role I found myself really longing. Find an industry that had a real purpose and the find a company and a place of that industry where you could really ended eight and trouble came that place for me at the beginning of my career, obviously of ups had some other stops along the way and I'm sure we'll get talk about those but really lucky has spent 12 years of swab through the growth and evolution of that business and to find the independent advisor industry on I just fell in love with it. So you you had gone from Bane to Schwab. And after 12 years of Schwab, you left to go to black Diamond, which seems to be Like a much more technologically focused, less straight up wealth management company than Schwab. What was that transition like? And did I miss state that it sounds like they're too Very different companies in a similar field. Well, yeah, black diamond for those that don't know. It's a technology provider, most notably, and Web based cloud based development. Providing reporting to advisers help them tell their stories, whether they were managing portfolios or providing a broader wealth management offering like Mercer Advisors does on in get similar to the story about financial services..
"jason pack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News Update. Over 350,000 have died in the U. S. From the coronavirus. The new death toll comes is American start getting the Fizer and Moderna covert vaccines. Johns Hopkins University researchers say there have been over 20 million covert 19 cases in the U. S. Worldwide. There have been over 84 million cases and 1.8 million deaths. Investigators say the Nashville bomber mailed packages to friends espousing his views before the Christmas Day blast the Tennessee and reports the FBI is studying the materials, the report says. Packages from Anthony Warner were mailed to several acquaintances around the country. Special agent Jason Pack says items in the package is espouses few points. Warner blew himself up inside an RV full of explosives. Early Christmas morning near and a TNT switching hub over 40 buildings in downtown Nashville were damaged. While mobile and Internet systems in five states were also affected. The rich got richer in 2020 Cameron Fairchild reports. The 500 wealthiest people added an estimated $1.8 trillion to their personal fortune. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Those in the top five each hold more than $100 billion. Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is now worth $190 billion. Tesla's Elon Musk have the greatest jump in wealth toe $170 billion. The first meteor shower of 2021 is taking place this weekend. NASA calls the quad rant IDs one of the best annual meteor showers, although it is short compared to others. Peak activity, usually about six hours for 29. And this year it wraps up tonight. Wikileaks publisher Julian Massage finds out whether extradition is in his future. Today, a judge in England will determine whether to act on a request from the United States for assigned to be extradited to the US where he is accused of espionage. The case states back several years when Assan just Wikileaks published secret U. S military documents. He was already tried in England and will stay behind bars there should he not be sent to the United States. I'm Lisa Taylor. Republican senators are lining up against Wednesday certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory. Matt Matt Johnson with more Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading a group of 11 who released a joint statement demanding a 10 Day audit of votes by an electoral commission. A group of House conservatives also plan to challenge the results on January 6th Universal Orlando is seeing an increase in attendance. Parks. Twitter account has images showing this weekend's crowds. The park is operating at 35% capacity and requires visitors to use the mask and observe distancing undercurrent. Coben 19 restrictions. The grow NYC Emergency Fresh Fruit boxes program is surpassing the one million mark beating New Yorkers since the pandemic began. Kate McKenzie is the director of the mayor's Office of Food policy, and she discussed how vital the initiative has been people who.
"jason pack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Forbes. Tesla's says it hit its production goals for the year, the electric vehicle maker announced yesterday The company built a half a million vehicles in 2020. Tesla's vehicle production and deliveries for the year are up by more than a third compared to 2019. Reductions expected to keep growing with two new manufacturing sites, one in Austin and the other near Berlin, almost ready to open their doors and you could start the new year by winning a huge lottery jackpot. No one picked all the correct numbers in last night's Powerball drawing. So it rolls up on Wednesday to $410 million, with the cash value of an estimated 316 million. Meanwhile, the mega millions jackpot is rolled up to an estimated $432 million for Tuesday with a lump sum value of about $329 million. I'm Lisa Taylor. Investigators say the Nashville bomber mail packages to some friends before the Christmas Day blast the Tennessee and reports the FBI is studying the materials, the report says. Packages were mailed to several acquaintances around the country. With Anthony Warner's outlook on Life. Special Agent Jason Pack says the items in the package is this found his viewpoints. Warner blew himself up inside an RV packed full of explosive material early on Christmas morning there in a TNT switching hub. Over 40 buildings in downtown Nashville were damaged while mobile and Internet systems in five states were also affected. A Massachusetts police officer could have charged two women with shoplifting, but instead bought them Christmas dinner. Matt Matt Johnson reports. Somerset Police officer Matt Lima were spotted to a stop and shop grocery store on December. 20th, or employees say the woman didn't scan everything they bagged at self checkout. Lima spoke to them and found out the mother was out of work, having family issues and trying to buy Christmas dinner for her kids, So he served them a trespassing notice instead of a shoplifting charge and bought them a $250 gift cards so they could buy Christmas dinner at another store. The office of Mike Pence says the vice president welcomes efforts by some lawmakers to raise objections when Congress meets Wednesday to certify the November election results. Dozens of House Republicans and 11. GOP senators have indicated they will challenge the electoral vote that gave a presidential victory to Democrat Joe Biden on Saturday, the vice president's chief of staff, Mark Short, released a statement saying Pence welcomes the efforts of those lawmakers to raise objections and bring forward evidence before Congress. On January 6th police in Quebec, Canada Enforced Cove in 19 restrictions inside a person's home where six people were gathered. The incident happened New Year's Eve near Ottawa when a caller complained to police about a gathering at a neighbor's house. After a brief scuffle. One person was arrested and all those of the gathering were each fined over $1500 in during outdoor gatherings are currently prohibited under the town's covert 19 public health restrictions. I'm institute And I'm Susanna Palmer in.
"jason pack" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR News. I'm Nora Rahm. A new Congress convenes Sunday. On Wednesday. Both the House and the Senate will meet in joint session when the electoral college votes are counted. Certify that Joe Biden is the next president. Some House Republicans say they'll object. 11. Senate Republicans plan to join them. NPR's Tamara Keith has more. What the senators say is that there have been a lot of allegations of election fraud. Now, these senators don't actually say that they believe these allegations are true. They just say there have been a lot of allegations and in fact, there have been a lot of allegations false allegations from the president of the United States, whose denying the outcome of the election which to be clear is that he lost But they say that there should be a public debate about this, in part because so many Republicans believe what the president is saying NPR's Tamara Keith. Vice President Mike Pence, is to preside over Wednesday's session for the formal count. His office issued a statement Saturday that the vice president welcomes the efforts of members of the House and the Senate. He used their authority to raise objections and bring forward evidence. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University now say that Cove in 19 deaths in the U. S are more than 350,000 greater by far than any other country in the world. Florida governor Rhonda Santa says, moving ahead with plans to vaccinate those 65 older instead of reserving it for a health care in front line workers from member Station W. L R N Veronica's Sarah go via reports. The decision to bypass CDC recommendations means that people like police officers, teachers, supermarket employees and transit workers. Will not yet get vaccinated against Cove in 19 hospitals in counties did not receive instructions on how to inoculate people 65 older or whether they must be state residents. That's led to confusion across the state. In some areas, seniors have set up chairs to wait in line overnight for a vaccine. Others have tried getting appointments through phone lines and websites that crashed quickly to sentence has consistently ignored federal guidelines during the pandemic, like choosing not to enforce masks. For NPR News. I'm it only costs are ago via in Miami. India is testing its cove in 19 vaccine delivery system ahead of an ambitious immunization program expected to begin this month. This metal particles more authorities across India are checking all aspect of the vaccination program from transportation to monitoring any adverse effects. India is said to get a formal vaccine approval soon. Export ban and cleared the AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use in India on Friday. The regulators are also reviewing the Fizer vaccine and another by an Indian company. Sushi me to partake Reporting from Mumbai. This is NPR news. New social distancing restrictions are in effect in New South Wales, Australia's most populous state as it reports of fresh outbreak of the coronavirus mask wearing is required an indoor events and new social distancing standards are in effect. Violators will be fined in Canada, a nonprofit group is calling for military intervention to help control outbreaks of the coronavirus in Ontario is long term care homes. In carpet shark reports. Natalie Mirrors the executive director of the Ontario Health Coalition, she says options are few and there are so many long term care homes with rapidly growing outbreaks. It's estimated that nearly 30% of all the provinces, long term care homes are experiencing an outbreak. Hero says the numbers of dead are growing in hospitals are overextended. As of Thursday, there were more than 1200 people in hospitals with covert 19 337 of them in ICUs. During the first wave of the pandemic. The military was deployed to seven of the homes in Toronto. Report by the military led to an independent commission to look at the disproportionate spread of covert 19 in the facilities for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. The FBI is looking for anyone who may have received materials from Anthony Warner. Leave responsible for an explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning. Special agent Jason Pack says investigators believe Warner had sent out materials about his views. Acquaintances throughout the country. They're trying to find out why he blew up his RV, killing himself and injuring several others. Dozens of buildings were damaged. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR Thomas from NPR stations..
Person of interest in Nashville bombing identified by authorities
"Calm. I've had to cost, of course with officials. Have told The Associated Press that federal investigators have identified a person of interest in connection with the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville Christmas day. Investigators from multiple federal and local law enforcement agencies were at a home in Antioch in suburban Nashville after receiving information relevant to the investigation, according to FBI Special Agent Jason Pack. Another law enforcement official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press Investigators regard someone associated with the property as a person of interest in the bombing. Earlier Saturday, investigators said they were looking at a number of individuals who may be connected to the bombing but have also found no additional explosive devices. The blast, which rocked in H and G building also knocked out some 911 cell and WiFi
FBI searching suburban Nashville home in connection with Christmas Day explosion
"Have told The Associated Press that federal investigators have identified a person of interest in connection with the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas Day. Investigators from multiple federal and local law enforcement agencies were at a home in Antioch in suburban Nashville after receiving information relevant to the investigation, according to FBI special agent Jason Pack. Another law enforcement official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press investigators regard someone associated with the property. As a person of interest in the bombing. Earlier Saturday, investigators said they were looking at a number of individuals who may be connected to the bombing but have also found no additional explosive devices. FBI special agent Doug Cornell Ski, said 250 agents, analysts and staff are working the case. Blast, which wrapped in a T and G building also knocked out some 911 cell and WiFi communications across the state. I'm Julie
Investigators looking at more than 500 leads in Nashville bombing, officials say
"But investigators have identified a person of interest in connection with the explosion and That rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas Day. Investigators from multiple federal and local law enforcement agencies were at a home in Antioch and suburban Nashville after receiving information relevant to the investigation, according to FBI special agent Jason Pack, another law enforcement official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press. Investigators regard someone associated with the property as a person of interest in the bombing. Earlier Saturday, investigators said they were looking at a number of individuals who may be connected to the bombing but have also found no additional explosive devices. The blast, which rocked in 18 G building also knocked out some 911 cell and WiFi communications across the state.
Boston - Man Arrested After Swastikas, "White Power" Spray Painted In Revere
"A revered man is under arrest for allegedly spray painting swastikas on a Muslim woman's car. Last month, police a 38 year old Jason Pack, Mucha was taken into custody and charged with Effacement of property and property damage for the purpose of intimidation. Along with the swastikas. The words white power was spray painted near the horns. Car reveres mayor says that hatred will not be allowed in the city.