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"jeff raider" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:11 min | 6 months ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Will say that the seat heaters has been one of the great inventions of the automobile industry in the last decade or so. So. I mean, there you go. We could have gone that way, but I think the hot butts portion of the show is sponsored by angels in the outfield on VHS. Jeff's raiders well now we're into the lightning is round and we are starting with the chiefs who I mean, they just smash the Raiders in this one and even though this has been a very lopsided quote unquote rivalry, they played fairly close games recently, but this was a 48 to 9 chiefs win. And I guess the big story is, I don't know, there was emblem stomping, stepping, dancing. I'm not quite sure what that was that the Raiders were doing before the game, then after the game, the chiefs did the they played wheels on the bus on the pillowcase as the Raiders were leaving because the Raiders, if you don't in the backstory, the Raiders when they upset the cheese last year, did victory lapse in their bus around arrowhead stadium to celebrate. So yeah, just a lot of pettiness here. And that's delightful. That was one of the best few people I think can operate with such savagery as the stadium DJ because I doubt that that person falls under the purview of the public relations department. If you're the stadium DJ, you're probably a bit of a wild card, right? Like I've never met. I've never met a stadium DJ. I don't know what a stadium DJ. Their day to today responsibilities are like or how much they think about things going in, but to have the wheels on the bus, queued up. I mean, the only thing that would have been more perfect. And obviously, this is a different world. You know, John Gruden got let go before this moment. But to have John Gruden like scowling like that, you know, walking off the field when it was playing. But we didn't get that. We didn't get the truly perfect moment there. But we got something very close. Because now the Raiders are like plucky. Now they're fun, you know? And so it's almost like, oh, that was kind of mean. 'cause they're not jerks anymore. You know what I mean? Like, all the jerks are gone. So it's a hard situation. That was a classic Connor reaction. I mean, it wasn't interesting game, though, because the very first play of the game, the chief defense comes up with a big play. Continuing the unexpected turn that the defense would be the team lifting up the chiefs over the last few weeks of the season. The offense also performed well, but the defense really was the spark that let the fire today..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Returning to normal today over an Everett at on core Boston Harbor under strict precautions, stubbly busies Kevin Coleman. After being shut down for nearly four months stewed to the Corona virus pandemic on core Boston Harbor is open and ready to welcome visitors. When guests to arrive, they will go through a thermal temperature scan before entering the casino and masks are to be worn at all times. Hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. Stations are set up throughout the resort and six foot high Plexi glass barriers are installed at all the restaurants and on the gaming floor at every table and machine to continue social distancing. The casino has put up guidelines. In videos on their website on how to stay safe before visiting at on court. Boston Harbor, Kevin Coleman W B Z Boston's NewsRadio It may be the nation's oldest clothing company. But Brooks Brothers has filed for bankruptcy and plans to shut down its Southwick factory in behavioral Hundreds of workers will be out of jobs, and members of the state's congressional delegation are now working on calling the company to give the workers what they deserve. W B z Suzanne Saz VILLE reports. Congresswoman Laurie Trahan says the company should pay the 413 unionized workers at behavioral plant a fair severance package and the company owes them health coverage so that they can't bet get back on their feet. Without living in fear of getting sick or injured. Senator Ed Markey understands times are tough. Brooks Brothers is not responsible for succumbing to the financial devastation caused by this pandemic. Bach. Brooks Brothers is responsible for keeping its word, he says the company's suits maybe hanging in countless closets, but they cannot let Brooks brothers leave their workers hanging out to dry is just plain wrong. I reached out to Brooks Brothers, but did not hear back. Suzanne Saz Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio. Or more business news. We go now to Bloomberg Online shaving products suppliers, expand products and retail locations. Shavings here has changed in the last 60 years, Gillette has given a brand new meaning to the phrase shaving comfort. Jeff Raider chief executive officer at Harry says it changed with.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ah 39 year old is male. Chavez. Garza was with the department for eight years. Chavez were two years McAllen, Texas, is a border town is located at the southern tip of Texas, about 70 miles west of the Gulf of Mexico. A New Hampshire gymnastics coach is now facing charges accused of raping a teenage student. The Middlesex D A's office says 41 year old David Augur of Hudson assaulted the former student when she was 17 years old. While attending the 10 point Academy of Gymnastics in Sto. Augur pleaded not guilty on Friday to three counts of rape. He was released on bail. Augur is the owner of the academy. His attorney says that he returned from out of state when he learned of the charges and says that the allegations Are not true. Well, the reality isn't looking good, says a major college football official on prospects on having a season in the pandemic. Here's NBC's chuck Seabirds and with that, as Corona virus cases spike in the sun belt that includes the Southeast and as faras the possibility of playing college football put a medical advisory group together in early April. Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg San Cheon, ESPN direct reality. The level of concern height of very high. I look at the numbers every day. In the important issues, not just numbers it is trying to understand and comprehend. The Ivy League suspended all sports in the fall, and the Big 10 says it'll play only conference games. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News Coming up Colorado Man suffers from scratches and bruises after being After a Russell with a bear in his own home. That story straight ahead plus to check on sports, traffic and weather as well. It's +508 But first here's Bloomberg business. Online shaving products suppliers, expand products and retail locations. Shaving sure has changed In the last 60 years, Gillette has given a brand new meaning to the phrase shaving comfort. Jeff Raider chief executive officer at Harry's, says it changed with.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dave Gilboa both arrived on the campus of the Wharton school at the university of Pennsylvania they were there to start business school and they met each other and to other students Andy hunter and Jeff raider and for them would go on to co found Warby Parker but in two thousand eight at that time they didn't know that yet but they did now is something that they all had in common was they were really frustrated with how my glasses worked and it stemmed from this thing that well most people probably experienced at some point they kept losing their glasses and Dave in fact right before the start of business school had accidentally left his glasses on airplanes and it cost me seven hundred dollars and I just couldn't justify as a full time student paying that much for a new pair of glasses yeah the new iPhone three G. had come out that wait in line at the apple store pays two hundred dollars for instead all these magical things and meanwhile the technology behind a pair of glasses is a hundred years old and it just didn't make sense in and what you're like okay I've got this this amazing iPhone this magical portal to all human knowledge and it cost me two hundred Bucks and get these eye glasses made of plastic are like super expensive yes it yeah I was complaining to anyone that would listen about my glasses were so expensive and then and he kept losing his classes and he was buying everything online but can figure out what you can buy new classes online in Winona's effectively sunglasses on my right because I mean this like two thousand eight and I mean by that point wasn't like you know like selling things online was just brand new idea yeah and so we kind of started this conversation where we were kind of frustrated by different pieces of the eyewear industry and we knew that Neil had spent a number.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jeff raider and Andy Katz Mayfield. We're trying to fix that by making better razors and delivering them right to your door. They were taking on big razor one. Big razor company has. Relentlessly increased prices for decades making insane profits expensive customers. They're talking about Gillette the leader in the razor market, which has since cut prices to compete, the message of the video, was that Harry's founders are just regular news. Jeff Anani are two guys who put their pants on one leg time just like you need to shave just like you don't wanna pay too much like the design, like you take a dare who works in finance in North Carolina is one of Harry's more than twelve million customers here responded to a call out. We did on Twitter and he says he really likes Harry's razors that they're sleek. They're going for more like an apple iphone type of razor than just like here's a piece of metal with blades on it. Cut your with but he also loves the whole sales pitch. The company's story feels like a younger company, and I think personally being only twenty four being young like I'm just more interested in socio myself with companies that are to now that Harry's is joining edge while he's not sure he's going to stick. With the brand feel like a little bit more more fake. Big consumer products companies love to buy up smaller niche brands. It allows them to reach new often younger customers, and it can also buy them access to those customers data. But these kinds of deals can lead to some marriages Clorox owns birds bees. Unilever owns the natural cleaning products company, seven generation, WalMart owns, the men's fashion forward clothing retailer Panova, bows, when these deals happen, some customers were not happy, Rita McGrath teaches at Columbia business school. I mean, a lot of the charm of those smaller brands is it's not your dad's brand, right? It's not it's not J C Penney. It's not what your mom would buy and it's very hard when they're bought by a big state company to maintain that brand. Purity customers, worry that the quality of the products will drop or that the Brandel abandoned its roots Alida badge, a senior analyst at Bernstein, does that is a risk because these big companies often want to impose their way. Of doing things, and the whole reason these small brands have been successful is that they weren't following the old ways of doing business whether be, how you by advertising, whether it be how you produce a product better, be the messaging in the in the copy that you develop one example in two thousand Kellogg spot Kashi a brand known for its all natural whole grain cereals at first Kellogg's left, Kashi alone. But then it started changing ingredients and selling the brand at bulk retailers like Cosco it even dropped the phrase all natural.

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Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:15 min | 3 years ago

Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B, you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily on this Wednesday may fifteenth by now it's no surprise that. Big old conglomerates are worried about being upended by online upstarts which accounts for last week's news that the owner of Schick razors is spending almost one and a half billion dollars to acquire. Harry's razors a business that is only six years old Harry's cells razors for both men and women and other grooming products via subscription with less overhead than legacy brands. Harry's has been able to shrink prices, even as it offers sleekly designed products it also adopted the kind of personal relationship building marketing common to online brands these days. Now that shouldn't surprise you. Since before starting Harry's co founder Jeff raider helped launch glassmaker Worby Parker, which practically invented direct to consumer disruptors Harry's captured two percent of the three big. Million dollar razor marketing only five years, according to the market research firm Euromonitor now that might not sound like much, but it was enough to hurt chicks parent company edge will and Procter and gamble which owns razor giant Gillette. Their market shares. Sank like stones Harry's sword online startup dollarshaveclub posed an even bigger challenge than Harry's. Did the trouble for the old line packaged goods companies goes beyond the new upstart competitors? It's also that the whole shaving market is shrinking according to the online site, vox vox, blames that on the aging of the American population and says tongue in cheek when you get old you don't grow as much hair. So you don't shave as much and then you die well with razor sailed slowing Unilever, the giant consumer packaged goods company took action early three years ago. It's been a billion dollars to acquire Dollar Shave Club at the time analysts specula-. Late wrongly. It turns out that proctoring gamble might acquire Harry's. But it didn't. And now it's competitor Schick has Harry's in its grooming arsenal as FOX also points out a whole bunch of new razor rivals of jumped into the market right at the time when fewer of us care to get rid of our hair that makes for ferocious competition. Clearly Schick is taking advantage of Gillette. When Gillette is down buying Harry's. Now is just one more way to shave a few more points off Gillette's faltering lead. See what we did there shape? For wondering this business worse daily. You know, what we love it gives ratings and reviews on our podcast. So would you take a minute? And and do that it helps his findings. Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see it Amaro. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

"The upstart company Harry's is being absorbed by one of the major players under the one point three seven billion dollar agreement announced Thursday investors in Harry's Inc. Will take a stake of about eleven percent of Edgewood personal care company, which manages Schick and other brands edge. Well, gets the Harry's brand and access to the company's prize direct to consumer marketing base. Harry's now steps up to the global stage it'll be marketed through Edgewood enormous distribution channels. Harry's founders Andy Katz Mayfield, and Jeff raider will become co presidents of edgewise US operations when the deal closes probably in early twenty twenty President Trump insists the new tariffs. The US is imposed and two hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports. Bring more money to the US. But it's AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. Studies say that's not the case. The president says the tariffs mean more money in US coffers. Our country can take in one hundred and twenty billion dollars a year and tariffs paid for mostly by China. But study show the tariff Vernon actually falls on American consumers and businesses that by the Chinese imports and with the president threatening tariffs on all Chinese goods coming here. Economist Diane Swonk worries about the impact literally everything we buy that the any kind of a good most of it comes from China. These days the president says ongoing trade talks with China are very congenial. But there's no word of progress on resolving the dispute saga megani at the White House house committees and Trump, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Neal is sent subpoenas to both Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig giving them until next Friday to hand over six years. The President Trump's tax returns manure. Newton rejected earlier requests from Neil House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler, special counsel, Robert Muller will not testify before his committee next week. Now says he's still talking with the Justice department, and he might subpoena Muller to force them to appear. President Trump raises tariffs to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods hours later trade talks in Washington failed to reach a deal. Levy was a trade Representative during the George W Bush administration. I think this is going to be directly painful for US consumers, and you as businesses that use Chinese goods it's gonna make US firms less competitive, a Chinese official quoted a quoted.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

"The upstart company Harry's is being absorbed by one of the major players under the one point three seven billion dollar agreement announced Thursday investors in Harry's Inc. Will take a stake of about eleven percent of Edgewood personal care company, which manages Schick and other brands edge. Well, gets the Harry's brand and access to the company's prize direct to consumer marketing base. Harry's now steps up to the global stage, and it'll be marketed through edge wells enormous distribution channels. Harry's founders Andy Katz Mayfield, and Jeff raider will become co presidents of edgewise US operations when the deal closes probably in early twenty twenty the Bruins rally in the third period to beat the hurricanes and the opening game of the Eastern Conference. Final correspondent, Jeff and cool. Boss says the scoring came in quick succession a pair of power-play goals. Twenty eight seconds apart in the third period. It helped the Bruins rally past the hurricanes for a five two win in game one of the Eastern Conference. Final market CO Anson's. Rebound goal was seventeen. Thirty four remaining tied the game at two nearly a half minute later. Patrice Bergeron scored the winner Charlie Coyle and Chris Wagner at an empty netters to give the Bruins their first win this postseason when trailing after two periods. Greg McCague put the canes up to two one midway through the second. Boston, Steven kampfer and Carolina Sebastian Aho swapped goals in the first gift and cool ball Boston house committees. And Trump, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Nielsen subpoenas to both Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig giving them until next Friday to hand over six years. The President Trump's tax returns Mnuchin rejected earlier requests from Neil House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler, special counsel, Robert Muller will not testify before his committee next week Nadler says he's still talking with the Justice department, and he might subpoenaed Muller to force them to appear. President Trump raises tariffs to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods hours later trade talks in Washington failed to reach a deal. Feel Levy was a trade Representative during the George W Bush administration. I think this is going to be directly painful for US consumers, and you as businesses that use Chinese goods it's gonna make us firms less competitive, a Chinese official quoted a quoted.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

"President Trump insists the new tariffs. The US is imposed on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports. Bring more money to the US, but as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. Studies say that's not the case. The president says the tariffs mean more money in US coffers. Our country can take one hundred twenty billion dollars a year and tariffs paid for mostly by China. But study show the tariff Vernon actually falls on American consumers and businesses that by the Chinese imports and with the president threatening tariffs on all Chinese goods coming here. Economist Diane Swonk worries about the impact literally everything we buy any kind of a good most of it comes from China. These days the president says ongoing trade talks with China are very congenial. But there's no word of progress on resolving the dispute saga megani at the White House. After years of disrupting the shaving industry with its innovative subscription plans. The upstart company Harry's is being absorbed by one of the major players under the one point three seven billion dollar agreement announced Thursday investors in Harry's Inc. Will take a stake of about eleven percent of Edgewood personal care company, which manages Schick and other brands edge. Well, gets the Harry's brand and access to the company's prize direct to consumer marketing base. Harry's now steps up to the global stage, and it'll be marketed through edgewise enormous distribution channels. Harry's founders Andy Katz Mayfield, and Jeff raider will become co presidents of US operations when the deal closes probably in early twenty twenty..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

"The upstart company Harry's is being absorbed by one of the major players under the one point three seven billion dollar agreement announced Thursday investors in Harry's Inc. Will take a stake of about eleven percent of Edgewood personal care company, which manages Schick and other brands edge. Well, gets the Harry's brand and access to the company's prize direct to consumer marketing base. Harry's now steps up to the global stage, and it'll be marketed through edge wells enormous distribution channels. Harry's founders Andy Katz Mayfield, and Jeff raider will become co presidents. Of edgewise US operations when the deal closes probably in early twenty twenty don't you're damn cosc- drills melted. Roof has left astronomically high lead levels in the plaza outside and in Jason's roads, Paris police say lead levels in the nearby ground between thirty two and sixty five times the recommended limit by French health authorities. They say the main danger is lead dust the could coach is's of nearby homes and businesses to avoid lead poisoning. They've recommended cleaning Olsen offenses and the pregnant women and children wash the hands frequently the areas closest to the cathedral currently closed as China trade. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute US and Chinese negotiators resumed talks today. Just hours before tonight's midnight deadline before the United States was set to raise tariffs on Chinese imports in an escalation of tension between the two worlds two biggest economies. China has threatened to retaliate if president. Trump goes ahead with the increases adding to the heated rhetoric from both sides that has shook shock markets stock markets around the world. President Trump was asked today if Robert Muller should testify congress I'll leave that up to the attorney general's to whether or not I think to me it looks like a review former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning out of northern Virginia jail after two months day for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. She was released only because the grand jury term expired before she left manning received another subpoena demanding or testimony to new grand. Jerry may sixteenth. She spent seven years in the military prison forgiving secret information to WikiLeaks. I'm Tim Maguire AP digital news back in a moment. They.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on AP News

"The changes in effort to stop minors from getting hooked the higher age will also be an effect at Sam's Club warehouse stores last month. Walgreens said that it would increase the minimum age for tobacco sales from eighteen to twenty one. And even congress is considering making it national law. Law the community of Beverly Hills, California going even further just voting to ban almost all tobacco sales with few exceptions starting in twenty twenty one I'm Jacky Quin after years of disrupting the shaving industry with its innovative subscription plans. The upstart company Harry's is being absorbed by one of the major players under the one point three seven billion dollar agreement announced Thursday investors in Harry's Inc. Will take a stake of about eleven percent of edge. Well, personal care company, which manages Schick and other brands edge. Well, gets the Harry's brand and access to the company's prize direct to consumer marketing base. Harry's now steps up to the global stage. It'll be marketed through edge enormous distribution channels. Harry's founders Andy Katz Mayfield, and Jeff raider will become co presidents of edge wells US operations when the deal closes probably in early twenty twenty s China trade, I'm Tim Maguire than AP news minute US and Chinese negotiators resumed talks today. Just hours before tonight's midnight. Deadline before the United States was set to raise tariffs on Chinese imports in an escalation of tension between the two worlds biggest academies China has threatened to retaliate. If President Trump goes ahead with the increases adding to the heated rhetoric from both sides. It has shook shock markets stock markets around the world. President Trump was asked today if Robert Muller should testify to congress leave that up to the attorney general's to whether or not I think to me it looks like a review former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning out of northern Virginia jail after two months for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. She was released only because the grand juries term expired before she left manning received another subpoena demanding or testimony to new grand Jerry may sixteenth..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"County, public schools as well as law enforcement agencies throughout the Denver metro area and school administration right here with with Dr glass being heavily involved in conversations throughout that process. Obviously we are concerned. To get to get kids back to school. And so we're going to continue working with the school district the school safety Dame to make sure that we can do that in a safe manner and that during this very important week to the Columbine community that that those events are carried off in a safe manner as well. We are now hearing from Jefferson County sheriff Jeff raider at my team. I breaking news on this issue by saying that we are relieved that the threat to our schools and community is no longer present. And I want to express deep gratitude to our partners in law enforcement, especially the Jeffco sheriff's office for your vigilance and serving as guardians for their communities. Children. Also wanna thank the Jeffco public school staff for your professionalism your commitment and exemplary performance during this ongoing difficult period of time. I'm proud of you. And I appreciate you also deeply grateful for the support of the Denver metro area, superintendents and other state leaders while Jeffco was the epicenter of this threat. It extended across the whole metro area and affected us all while. This threat has been the most significant it's not the only challenge facing our schools in our community in these days leading up to the Columbine anniversary. I appreciate our communities patients as we continue to navigate these difficult issues. And I'm always inspired by this communities capacity resilience and capacity for good in the face of unimaginable evil. Looking ahead. We're planning on returning to normal school operations tomorrow with heightened safety and security procedures in ongoing Bidu in the days to come and the other events that were planned this weekend will continue as plan. Thank you to now, turn things over to our executive director of school safety, insecurity, John McDonnell, and that was Jeffco soup. Lasser fair the shadow of combine loose pretty large here. Jeff goal as as it does across the state in the country. For us. The partnership the weight have with the sheriff's office is something pretty special. There are a lot of lessons learned in nineteen ninety nine probably the biggest lesson was breaking down the silos and the ability to train together torque together to constantly communicate to keep our eighty six thousand kids safe across the district is a foundational aspect of of what we do. And when this threat came in. We are used to threats frankly at Columbine this one felt different was different. And as certainly had our attention way base our decisions based on the best Intel we have at the time and to close an entire metro areas. Not an easy decision. But at the end of the day, it's the right decision. The best decision to protect all of our kids. That's. That's pretty important critically important everything that we'd doesn't feel safe from school as well educated student. They can't focus. They can't studying. They can't take that test. So we're blessed in Jeffco, frankly to have support from seven different law enforcement agencies the providers school resource officers, helping protect our kids each and every day. I'm very thankful. This threat is over and we can get back to the business of warning. But we know that combine continues to attract people from around the world. And if I have any message where place to come visit if you're not a student if you don't have business there. We're not a tourist attraction. And we're not a place for you to come and gain inspiration. Thank you. Thank you, gentlemen. And now I'll open it up to questions. Yes. Right here..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on WTVN

"The search continues in Denver for eighteen year old soul. Pice a Florida woman accused the flying to Denver purchasing a shotgun and making unspecified threats involving Columbine high school Jefferson County sheriff Jeff's raider, we take these threats seriously. It's not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school where references that in that regard. I know that this opens a wound especially on an anniversary we come Saturday. It'll be twenty years since the massacre at Columbine President Trump's legal team is preparing possible rebuttal depending on what's in special counsel. Robert Muller's Russia report, the redacted version goes to congress on Thursday, the US and Iran engaging in a bit of tit for tat a day after the US designation of Iran's military, the revolutionary guard as a terrorist organization went into effect. Iranian lawmakers overwhelmingly approved labeling US force. In the Middle East as a terrorist organization. Richard cantu. ABC news to the live line. We find Mark Caleb. Smith director center for political studies at cedar hill, university, a doctor I was just curious to pick your brain a little bit on this plan to take illegal immigrants and ship them directly to sanctuary cities. I've had some conversation with people that I know and trust. There is this feeling I wouldn't go all the way to it's a joke. But it's maybe the idea is we're just going to expose the Democrats poke at the Democrats and say, okay, if you want to have cities where you're welcoming these people are just gonna make it easy and bring them right to you. Do you think it's that simple from the president's side of things or is he trying to do something different. I think one of the president's greatest talents is to troll, his enemies and to ruin somebody's reveal their hypocrisies and earn shortcomings, and I think that's what he's doing here primarily, I I don't really see this as a serious plan. We don't really have the resources to relocate that many people to different parts the United States. And if you're looking to sort of deal of immigration of easier to deport them than it would be to relocate them certainly to San Francisco or wherever, but politically it's great for the president. I mean to the extent that the Democrats and liberals are willing to say, well, we don't really want that problem here. Then I think that it does reveal the policy, but I don't see it as a series proposal paying for one thing making it really easy for them to get their, you know, from your perspective. I mean is it even legal could the president waive his presidential one and say, okay, you're going gonna steal into the country. You're going to Columbus Ohio because we're pretty okay with you know, that type of person moving here, you're going to sandy. Geico, you're going to New York, and and you're going to to LA, it's certainly not legal when you're dealing with someone who's actually refugee or someone who's claiming son. Those people are do a very particular process. Other claims beat evaluated you have to determine whether or not they're fleeing from oppression. Whether they're facing a life threatening situation, they have different legal status than someone else who's entering the country. So if you're a refugee you're coming here, it would not be legal for the president. You just simply pick people up and move them to wherever he wants them to go. They have to put him through a very particular process. Also, I mean, I know that we we're hypocritical to some extent when we have a president that we like we're willing to give them a lot of power. We have when we don't like ruling to restrict their power. But I think most conservatives would be very upset at say if President Obama simply took people in this situation and relocated them throughout the United States wherever he wanted them to just sort of claim that it's part of his executive authority the president really needs congress to. Act to reform immigration system. Not just simply keep keep exercising because executive pen, Dr Mark Caleb Smith our guest, if as you pointed out, the president is excellent at trolling his opponents will this stick. I mean will people even Democrats see that hypocrisy of we're a sanctuary city? But the president kind of called our bluff and said, well, I'm just going to bring it right to you. And then they kind of bulk I mean will that caused that issue to bubble back up? Again, do you think we'll sanctuary cities become an issue for people like we really need to reconsider this? You know, I think we should reconsider sanctuary cities. I think that it's a it's a legal nightmare to some extent to have federal law. Just simply not being enforced within a city the United States. But put that aside. I think many of us cities would probably welcome these people. They're they have plenty of resources a place like San Francisco has its own set of problems, but sandwich. Francisco also has lots of resources they have lots of access extraordinarily wealthy people who are in the area. And I bet there are a lot of people who'd be willing to fronting the Bill for this sort of thing at least temporarily in order to deprive Mr. Trump of it's kind of political victory. Yeah. So I don't think necessarily that. It would get the result of Mr. Trump wants we'll see for me, you're in your answer. There was very telling the, you know, the wealthy people will do it at least temporarily. And I mean, I think that really when you when you pull back, and you look at a lot of the issues that we have in this country today, it's the temporary nature. There's no commitment anymore to this is what I said, and I'm sticking to it. And I'm staying with it. There's a lot of people that will just make kind of a passing half hearted effort at something until it goes out of the new cycle. And then you can't find him anymore. Well, I think it's because we're obsessed with the next election. You know, we would see this as a temporary issue enough to hurt. Mr. Trump long enough to get an advantage for the twenty twenty presidential election. We are not looking at it. In terms of what's the best plan for the United States moving forward over the next three years five years ten years or twenty years? Now, how do we get to that plan? It's short term temporary political gain for the benefit of winning the next set of votes. And that's it. And that's all we've got right now. I'd like say, we got more. But I don't see a doctor always appreciate the time in perspective. That's Dr Mark Caleb. Smith director center for political studies.

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"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Best deal flow, and our best sediments come from the Jeff raiders of the world Coty beach. The world the Craigie birds world, our founders, but also there from the Wharton networks and HPS networks on that side. So the founder quotient is not unimportant to us. So I'll start with the last thing I did last time. But we're also doing a lot of surveyed every year, we do something a panel called the why and we take fifteen hundred people crossed the US of various age represents with US population looks like and we do a series of questions that just get into what their behaviors are. So it's a it's not the Gallup poll or the Michigan conference poll, but we do that. And we're correlating, and we'd just started doing this is why people do and from that we've realized early adopters are great. But it's also the petulant slow movers are actually the best consumers to have is when she got him. You got him, and they don't they don't go to something else. Whereas early doctors will move on real quick and that stuff so we look at different cohorts. So as we're looking at different businesses across that, it's like, look what cohort is best for we have sixteen different cohorts of different minds. And again, we look for stuff that's going to sell in. The is this something that could be in middle America or the defining variable. Of the cohorts got sixteen or the dimensions along, which they're segmented along the symptoms of Meyer, Briggs is done on that side of it in the name of the study escapes me, but it's a personality types, and it's defined different personality types. So we start with like demographic and geographical mix and that's up, and then we try to poor those out and what we're getting from. That is interesting data points sixty percent of Americans in the past year of Ghana church. Fifty nine percent of looked at porn and things. Like, that's what are you gonna do that stuff researching things like it's interesting when we looked at Facebook and Google feel good the top Google Facebook things about the husband. It's like, my husband is great. My husband is loyal. My husband is wonderful. And then on Google those same people are googling. My husband is a jerk. My husband is a liar is my husband gay, and that so it's one of those things we just don't do polls and things like that. It's the why and consumers are wonderful liars. I don't have to remind people at the two thousand sixteen presidential election happened. We were doing consumer surveys then for the women shopping. And it was amazing that time we found. Found by accident. We interviewed hundreds of women in Teaneck New Jersey Atlanta in Los Angeles about the women's shopping habits. And then even what of their beliefs were and a few times, we're getting like, I don't want other women to tell me what to do and other things or people that were very close about saying who they might vote Ford, very polarizing election, and so people don't speak the truth. So it's what we're trying to dig deeper into the wind to that to the motivations the values. And like what does that mean? We're still in the process of we don't have it all figured out, and we're correlating that against the actions and the of different portfolio companies than things like the cost to acquire customers month month basis, but it's really interesting stuff. Because if you look at this on paper like the pornography business in a sex, toy business are great businesses. But do you want invest in them because what's your exit to be? And what we all peace thing. And that's a very real thing that said when the most explosive categories gone right now is actually there's companies like hymns and keeps in Roman erectile dysfunction. Like a key propecia patent- went off label and in December of last year. So a few companies came in saw that and basically marketing some more expense have gone after showing like E D is something that can rob your door..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Best deal flow, and our best sediments come from the Jeff raiders of the world Coty beach. The world the Craigie birds world, our founders, but also there from the Wharton networks and HPS networks on that side. So the founder quotient is not unimportant to us. So I'll start with the last thing I did last time. But we're also doing a lot of surveyed every year, we do something a panel called the why and we take fifteen hundred people crossed the US of various age represents with US population looks like and we do a series of questions that just get into what their behaviors are. So it's a it's not the Gallup poll or the Michigan conference poll, but we do that. And we're correlating, and we'd just started doing this is why people do and from that we've realized early adopters are great. But it's also the petulant slow movers are actually the best consumers to have is when she got him. You got him, and they don't they don't go to something else. Whereas early doctors will move on real quick and that stuff so we look at different cohorts. So as we're looking at different businesses across that, it's like, look what cohort is best for we have sixteen different cohorts of different minds. And again, we look for stuff that's going to sell in. The is this something that could be in middle America or the defining variable. Of the cohorts got sixteen or the dimensions along, which they're segmented along the symptoms of Meyer, Briggs is done on that side of it in the name of the study escapes me, but it's a personality types, and it's defined different personality types. So we start with like demographic and geographical mix and that's up, and then we try to poor those out and what we're getting from. That is interesting data points sixty percent of Americans in the past year of Ghana church. Fifty nine percent of looked at porn and things. Like, that's what are you gonna do that stuff researching things like it's interesting when we looked at Facebook and Google feel good the top Google Facebook things about the husband. It's like, my husband is great. My husband is loyal. My husband is wonderful. And then on Google those same people are googling. My husband is a jerk. My husband is a liar is my husband gay, and that so it's one of those things we just don't do polls and things like that. It's the why and consumers are wonderful liars. I don't have to remind people at the two thousand sixteen presidential election happened. We were doing consumer surveys then for the women shopping. And it was amazing that time we found. Found by accident. We interviewed hundreds of women in Teaneck New Jersey Atlanta in Los Angeles about the women's shopping habits. And then even what of their beliefs were and a few times, we're getting like, I don't want other women to tell me what to do and other things or people that were very close about saying who they might vote Ford, very polarizing election, and so people don't speak the truth. So it's what we're trying to dig deeper into the wind to that to the motivations the values. And like what does that mean? We're still in the process of we don't have it all figured out, and we're correlating that against the actions and the of different portfolio companies than things like the cost to acquire customers month month basis, but it's really interesting stuff. Because if you look at this on paper like the pornography business in a sex, toy business are great businesses. But do you want invest in them because what's your exit to be? And what we all peace thing. And that's a very real thing that said when the most explosive categories gone right now is actually there's companies like hymns and keeps in Roman erectile dysfunction. Like a key propecia patent- went off label and in December of last year. So a few companies came in saw that and basically marketing some more expense have gone after showing like E D is something that can rob your door..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Their customers are WalMart and Kroger and Wegmans in Amazon with new direct to consumer companies, which isn't totally the question who has the soul of a brand can come through a lot more because you can have direct relationships and often in young come as you have to look at the dose of a founder, for instance. We were meeting with Jeff raider. And Andy Katz may feel of Harry's before Harry's launch we were assessing their smarts. There were both and grads and in private equity. But also like what did they want to accomplish said they wanna give people more fair shave because there wasn't one. You know, the the main competitor at the time is this voltron light character one thousand nine hundred. S five blades seven blades, the Quattro price to the through the gills. And at the time Gillett had I think John was nine percent of PG's revenues, but thirty four percents of profit. And the fact he had by them behind the glass case was a little bit weird. And they didn't want to just like we're gonna do something cheaper and some more stuff and take market share. It's like they were building something soulful. It's like we want to give a guy better shave and be more empathetic to that. And they they literally there was a biggie. Those behind the brands I mean, the name of the company called Harry's. Ansa shaving company that says something the mascot was a woolly mammoth before they launched we help them with his campaign that you had to figure stuff out, and we acquired one hundred twenty thousand users before launch, and we just had a certain kind of tone in attitude that was much more empathetic and endearing and today. We whether you look at politics or the brands we choose whether it's a car a gum. We all make rational choices more than we'd like to think when things that we look for is that in a founder, and then there's a there's a full process that goes through certainly make more. Smart sounding than than might be. But out of passion yellow, let's do that. I mean, I'm literally interested in like someone's in your office, and you've got X amount of time with them and the ideas at the beginning. They don't know what what it's going to look like like, what are the elements of marketing and brand at the end. You've got a plan. What does that literal process? Maybe step by step shortcake. I process we'd be an immersion. Good Lord gave us two years mouth for reason. And it's funny as as investors that we don't always use that correlation. We sometimes overlying the computers and things, but we do a lot of listening and ask a lot of questions who's the target audience. What's the competitive set what are other people doing where the objectives? And that was we litany of questions, then we take a look at the category landscape say what players are out there. What does it look like how's it sold who are the consumers for this? Is there different kind of consumer for say Mercedes versus Alexis and unpack that and really try and dig into who were four is not millennials. It's not adults eighteen to thirty four. I've never met an adult eighteen to thirty four. We try and come up with a persona a great one. Trader joe's. Does trader Joe's has a great center gravity in terms of what they do. Trader Joe's designs, all the proxies and services around a substitute teacher, who drives a late model Volvo, and that drives everything they do in terms of like the products they make and that's and that doesn't mean you for grants..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Their customers are WalMart and Kroger and Wegmans in Amazon with new direct to consumer companies, which isn't totally the question who has the soul of a brand can come through a lot more because you can have direct relationships and often in young come as you have to look at the dose of a founder, for instance. We were meeting with Jeff raider. And Andy Katz may feel of Harry's before Harry's launch we were assessing their smarts. There were both and grads and in private equity. But also like what did they want to accomplish said they wanna give people more fair shave because there wasn't one. You know, the the main competitor at the time is this voltron light character one thousand nine hundred. S five blades seven blades, the Quattro price to the through the gills. And at the time Gillett had I think John was nine percent of PG's revenues, but thirty four percents of profit. And the fact he had by them behind the glass case was a little bit weird. And they didn't want to just like we're gonna do something cheaper and some more stuff and take market share. It's like they were building something soulful. It's like we want to give a guy better shave and be more empathetic to that. And they they literally there was a biggie. Those behind the brands I mean, the name of the company called Harry's. Ansa shaving company that says something the mascot was a woolly mammoth before they launched we help them with his campaign that you had to figure stuff out, and we acquired one hundred twenty thousand users before launch, and we just had a certain kind of tone in attitude that was much more empathetic and endearing and today. We whether you look at politics or the brands we choose whether it's a car a gum. We all make rational choices more than we'd like to think when things that we look for is that in a founder, and then there's a there's a full process that goes through certainly make more. Smart sounding than than might be. But out of passion yellow, let's do that. I mean, I'm literally interested in like someone's in your office, and you've got X amount of time with them and the ideas at the beginning. They don't know what what it's going to look like like, what are the elements of marketing and brand at the end. You've got a plan. What does that literal process? Maybe step by step shortcake. I process we'd be an immersion. Good Lord gave us two years mouth for reason. And it's funny as as investors that we don't always use that correlation. We sometimes overlying the computers and things, but we do a lot of listening and ask a lot of questions who's the target audience. What's the competitive set what are other people doing where the objectives? And that was we litany of questions, then we take a look at the category landscape say what players are out there. What does it look like how's it sold who are the consumers for this? Is there different kind of consumer for say Mercedes versus Alexis and unpack that and really try and dig into who were four is not millennials. It's not adults eighteen to thirty four. I've never met an adult eighteen to thirty four. We try and come up with a persona a great one. Trader joe's. Does trader Joe's has a great center gravity in terms of what they do. Trader Joe's designs, all the proxies and services around a substitute teacher, who drives a late model Volvo, and that drives everything they do in terms of like the products they make and that's and that doesn't mean you for grants..

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"jeff raider" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"jeff raider" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"And I called it piles palace of arts and it had an ice skating rink because I love to ice skate and an Indian dance stage. And I think about that. Because I think I always realized how much passion was going to be at the center of my life. And I think I always just wanted to make sure I was bringing that to people. So I always think about my life, and my story about being about passion at the end of the day and always fighting for it. When even when I was at school I had to fight for a way to keep tabs on my life. Yes. I graduated I fought for a way to keep tabs on my life, and what class pass I believe in fighting for everyone else to keep their passion in their life. So when you were working at Bain and company in consulting, Mitch. So I came out of college went into investment banking yet, which is sort of if you're an econ major. It's kind of the path that you take where you either go consulting or banking, or at least it was back. Then when I graduated yet, and you to did you enjoy the work. So I think what's so amazing about consulting. And what I learned when I was at Bain is how quickly you can become smart on an industry. Right. Like, I think that tool kit of having that, and especially as an entrepreneur, I mean, you have to learn, you know, new jobs in new ways of doing things every single day new challenges new obstacles. And I think this idea of breaking down a problem in two days becoming an expert being able to meet with executives and four days and be able to say, I know your industry as well. As you do means that you need to learn how to become. Smart on something really quickly. And I really believe in the whole eighty twenty role of you know, try and get smart on the things that you need to ask quickly as possible and focus on what's important. And so I learned that tremendously when I was at Bain, and I think the big picture combined with the small picture stuff that you have to do as as an entrepreneur is a really important balanced to have because sometimes you get kind of caught up in the execution. But you keep a sense of where you're going, and I think because of also my dance company more tactical side, which we can talk about too. I learned both sides around the same exact phase in my life that gave me a sense of big picture. Plus, the how do you get stuff done because you can't start a company without knowing how to actually get things done? Yes. So I loved that. And then the last thing I think with consulting, and especially my bane class. Is there the people in my in my class and the network I got from Bain was incredible. And I mean, some of them are like Hayley Barna Birch box like Sam lesson who's at Facebook. There's amazing people Jeff raider Worby like it's just. Seizing that we all were in the same class until this day. We have each other to call, and you know, to ask for advice, and all of us have been on these journeys now for, you know, five to seven years, and it's amazing that we have each other to to talk to and that to me is that type of network is something I wouldn't have received. If I never worked at Bain. I couldn't agree with you more. I think about that with banking to where there were tools that I picked up. I think there's a certain level of credibility that you pick up. I also ended up meeting. My husband in the whole you go out really well on that front. So when people say would you do it again? Yes. I would do it all over again. But I'm glad that I left I left at two years. Yeah. I loved at three. And I think one of the interesting parts for me was while. I was there. I didn't stop dancing, and I think a really important part. So that right..

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