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"jim campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:48 min | Last week

"jim campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Excited. The Netflix documentary is number two in the nation in TV series according to USA Today. So thanks for having me. Well, congratulations on that. So Bernie Madoff is really the poster child for financial fraud. And you have more than 400 pages of handwritten letters and emails from him. How did you actually gain his trust? Yeah, you know, that's a good question. And I got to be honest, a lot of it was fortuitous. I was doing an interview on my show on a made up book and she said out of the blue for your prep you want to talk to Andrew Madoff. The younger son, I talked to Andrew. We hit it off. And he introduced me to Ruth bad off in coincidence, number two. She was moving to Greenwich from Ford. I live here in Greenwich. We developed a good relationship and she introduced me to Bernie and the rest is history. What's he like? He is brilliant. Low key charisma. I should say he's passed away. So it's past tense. And sociopathic and narcissism combined. People don't realize you ran a $3 billion completely legitimate business. At the same time, he ran the biggest criminal enterprise on Wall Street in the same mind at the same time. So he's a fascinating character, Shakespearean, betrayed. Jewish community, 85% of his victims were Jewish and it's really a mind boggling thing. He trusted me. I think he thought that I was going to write mystery the way he wanted it and that didn't come out quite the way he did. However, I did investigate whether the boys and Ruth had any involvement or knowledge of the Ponzi scheme at a time when the Justice Department, the bankruptcy trustee, the people, the media, all thought they had to be involved. Well, how do you think that he got away with the fraud for so long? You know, that's a very good question and he got away with it for a couple of reasons. He had a lot of a neighbors over 40 years. The perception is he's this wizard locked behind a door on the 17th floor of the lipstick building in New York City. But actually, you had a lot of co-conspirators and by the way, the SEC missed 5 separate investigations and never uncovered the Ponzi scheme or even that the 17 four existed, even reinvestigating them for stuff date exonerated in four. So he was getting a household to sign off for good behavior if you wrote goodwill and actually working the opposite of what you should have happened. He also had some big investors behind the team to bail them out when he needed it. And they came to have the power to extort returns out of him, which he took off of his less wealthy investors and passed on in what I call the reverse Robin Hood. As many of the hedge fund folks on Wall Street had funneled him the money, he paid them the fees that he normally would have taken the hedge fund guys get in return, they could ask no questions and do no do do diligence, which is their exact fiduciary responsibility. So that's how it happened for so long. He had tremendous credibility in the regulatory community and in the Jewish community. He was considered the Jewish team Bill his returns as safe and sound as the full faith and obligation of U.S. government treasuries. Now, obviously, he's not the only one that's done this, but how many madoffs and waiting are out there, do you think? Well, first off, obviously the crypto collapse of FTX and Samuel bankman freed SBS. There are a lot of similarities. I think between Madoff and SPF and there's some other differences, but they don't build up huge trust, both had regulatory credibility and both appear to have tremendous arrogance in hubris. He basically was claiming the dog ate his homework. Now, upon these schemes, in general, they don't last very long because you always need more money coming in the front door that is going out the back door for investors redeeming their funds. And by definition, that can't go on forever. So Bernie basically broke that with 40 years because big guys took so much money out which they still had and they could go get it. Go get it back. So Ponzi schemes now, the SEC is pretty good on detecting, but you'll notice no improvement overall, really. They're supposed to be a compound to beat. They actually show up to clean up the mess. This is now going out in FTX. Very interesting. Jim Campbell, author of Madoff talks and also appearing in the new Netflix documentary Madoff, the monster of Wall Street. Thank you for joining us, sir. Ted Garcia, kogo news. Meet Mike luster. You sit down with somebody and they put themselves out there as an

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:06 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Businessweek, with Carol maser and Tim stenbeck from Bloomberg radio. Bernie said on being the guy. I always wanted to please everybody. They didn't want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg. And the choice he made was he could live with himself as a liar. Much more easily than he could live with himself as a failure. That's the trailer from a new Netflix documentary, it's out this past week in it, you heard the voice of the subject, the late Bernie Madoff. The mini series is entitled Madoff the monster of Wall Street, hard to believe, but yes, it was nearly 14 years ago that Madoff pled guilty to 11 felony counts against him, including securities fraud, money laundering, and perjury. For some, seeing Sam beckman freed walking into the courthouse in Lower Manhattan this past week, charged with fraudulently raising $1.8 billion from investors, brought back memories of Madoff. And that's right, Tim, not apples to apples, but it definitely took me back to those days of Bernie Madoff and his own perp walk. We've certainly over the last few weeks heard those comparisons. While someone who's talked with Madoff after his massive Ponzi scheme was uncovered and before he did pass away in 2021, of course, is Jim Campbell, hosted the nationally syndicated radio show business talk with Jim Campbell. Also, the author of Madoff talks uncovering the untold story behind the most notorious Ponzi scheme in history. The gym is included in the new Netflix documentary and joins us via Zoom from Greenwich, Connecticut. Why do you think, you know, more than a decade following this massive crime? There still remains so much interest in it. First off, there's interest because the FBI happened to go down right before the documentary comes out. There are a lot of similarities. But you know at the heart, this is an age old, simple morality tale. Why would a guy who was brilliant who had a legitimate business worth at $1.3 billion bill simultaneously the biggest single criminal enterprise on Wall Street through this Ponzi scheme over 40 years? You're talking about Madoff right now just for clarifying. I'm talking about Bernie and it's the kind of Shakespearean drama that is always enraptured people. And again, here's a guy who betrayed his own sons who betrayed his wife, who betrayed his Jewish community, 85% of the victims were Jewish or charities. Something that's a sacrilege within the Jewish community to rip off a fellow person of the Jewish faith. And it's literally that kind of a story. And SPF brings similar kind of hubris, you know, that he built this thing and somehow vaporized overnight $32 billion of market value because his dog ate his homework, which doesn't even work in 5th grade, and then you find out no, rather, it's a pretty sophisticated fraud as well. And people are just always enraptured by something they initially trust. They may not understand it, but they believe in it, and then they find out it's all fake. Well, you know, it's interesting as we talk about Sam bankman fried and FTX gym. And I think about Madoff. What happens do you think and having had conversations, right? And a lot of correspondence between yourself and Bernie Madoff. What is it that happens? Do they set out as true and ethical individuals? On a mission and then something goes terribly wrong. And they think they're going to truly catch up and they just never do. You know, that's a great question because it's what you think could be the only explanation for Madoff, and he gave me a story like that. You know, Jim, I'm running this great legitimate business, which it was, and it was very ethically run, never screwed its clients, always got to the best price in his market making business. So you would think, ah, something happened. I lost somebody like a gambler. I'm gonna double down. We'll do a little Ponzi no one will ever notice while I get it back. But here's the thing. He's running simultaneously to this business for 3 billion bucks in and of itself at the peak. He's building on the 17th floor, two floors below behind locked doors with ancient technology and high school graduates. This Ponzi scheme, at the same time. And in Bernie's case, the psyche is not so much greed, it's that I've got to be the go to guy. I've got to be the guy that everybody turns to. I've got to deliver. In fact, like many narcissists or sociopaths and Joe berlinger who is the director of the Netflix has spent his time with Jeffrey Epstein Ted Bundy these kinds of folks, and he sees a similar lack of empathy the lack of remorse, the narcissism, and it's at the heart of this SPF, I think, also believes that he's a fundamentally altruistic guy. He was in that altruistic effect. And yet you look underneath what was going on there and there was a lot of fraud and the worst thing you can do on Wall Street is co mingle, a client money with firm money, which on the street is stealing their money. We should note that sandbank and frieda has pleaded not guilty and is still awaiting trial, which we anticipate will happen, come October of this year, Carol. Right, and I should note I was quoting from the allegations in the charges. So one thing I think is interesting too, that, you know, once again though, Jim, we have oversight systems, big financial systems, you know, that we're certainly in Bernie Madoff's case, you know, at some point you wonder, did somebody say, isn't this too good to be true? Even Samuel bacon fried, I felt like there was a whole investment community that just wanted to buy into it and didn't want to fomo in many ways. Do you blame the system too? The infrastructure that's out there. I would say that this was a complete systemic failure. Or made off for both. Well, there'll be a SPF, but in the case of made out the SEC had 5 different shots at them and never uncovered the Ponzi scheme. In fact, they kept re investigating him for what they cleared him, mom. And he clearly had a tremendous level of trust that he captured with the regulators and his investors. I never found people who understood what his strategy was that split strike conversion that's actually conceptually very simple and therefore totally implausible that it would mirror the market to a 95% correlation and yet never went down, makes no sense. SPF said $73 million to politicians, 92% of whom were Democrat and he had on his payroll as consultants ex CFTC who is, as you know, the commodities futures trading commission that has oversight power. So you have regulatory capture here by two guys that built great reputations, which is a similarity, and the system failed on the hedge fund Wall Street side. These feeder funds member, they feed their money to hedge fund managers, their only job is essentially due diligence. This guy is real. This matches your portfolio, boom, we put the money there. He passed all of his fees on to them in return they weren't allowed to do any due diligence. That's a huge abrogation of fiduciary responsibility. Our thanks to Jim Campbell for joining us

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg businessweek, with Carol messer and Tim stenbeck from Bloomberg radio. Bernie said on being the guy. I always wanted to please everybody. They didn't want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg. And the choice he made was he could live with himself as a liar. Much more easily than he could live with himself as a failure That's the trailer from a new Netflix documentary, it's out this past week in it, you heard the voice of the subject, the late Bernie Madoff. The mini series is entitled Madoff the monster of Wall Street, hard to believe, but yes, it was nearly 14 years ago that Madoff pled guilty to 11 felony counts against him, including securities fraud, money laundering, and perjury. For some, seeing Sam beckman freed walking into the courthouse in Lower Manhattan this past week, charged with fraudulently raising $1.8 billion from investors, brought back memories of Madoff. And that's why Tim, not apples to apples, but it definitely took me back to those days of Bernie Madoff and his own perp walk. We've certainly over the last few weeks heard those comparisons. While someone who's talked with Madoff after his massive Ponzi scheme was uncovered and before he did pass away in 2021, of course, is Jim Campbell, hosted the nationally syndicated radio show business talk with Jim Campbell, also the author of Madoff talks uncovering the untold story behind the most notorious Ponzi scheme in history. The gym is included in the new Netflix documentary and joins us via Zoom from Greenwich, Connecticut. Why do you think, you know, more than a decade following this massive crime? There still remains so much interest in it. First off, there's interest because the FBI happened to go down right before the documentary comes out. There are a lot of similarities. But you know at the heart, this is an age old, simple morality tale. Why would a guy who was brilliant who had a legitimate business worth at $1.3 billion bill simultaneously the biggest single criminal enterprise on Wall Street through this Ponzi scheme over 40 years? You're talking about Madoff right now just for clarifying. I'm talking about Bernie yet. It's the kind of Shakespearean drama that has always enraptured people. And again, here's a guy who betrayed his own sons who betrayed his wife, who betrayed his Jewish community, 85% of the victims were Jewish or charities. Something that's a sacrilege within the Jewish community to rip off a fellow person of the Jewish faith. And it's literally that kind of a story. And SPF brings similar kind of hubris, you know, that he built this thing and somehow vaporized overnight $32 million of market value because his dog ate his homework, which doesn't even work in 5th grade, and then you find out no, rather, it's a pretty sophisticated fraud as well. And people are just always enraptured by something they initially trust. They may not understand it, but they believe in it. And then they find out it's all fake. Well, you know, it's interesting as we talk about Sam bankman fried and FTX gym. And I think about Madoff. What happens do you think and having had conversations, right? And a lot of correspondence between yourself and Bernie Madoff. What is it that happens? Do they set out as true and ethical individuals? On a mission and then something goes terribly wrong. And they think they're going to truly catch up and they just never do. You know, that's a great question because it's what you think could be the only explanation for Madoff, and he gave me a story like that. You know, Jim, I'm running this great legitimate business, which it was, and it was very ethically run, never screwed its clients, always got them the best price in his market making business. So you would think, ah, something happened. I lost somebody like a gambler. I'm gonna double down. We'll do a little Ponzi knowing to ever notice while I get it back. But here's the thing. He's running simultaneously to this business for 3 billion bucks in and of itself at the peak. He's building on the 17th floor, two floors below behind locked doors with ancient technology and high school graduates. This Ponzi scheme, at the same time. And in Bernie's case, the psyche is not so much greed, it's that I've got to be the go to guy. I've got to be the guy that everybody turns to. I've got to deliver. In fact, like many narcissists or sociopaths and Joe berlinger who is the director of the Netflix has spent his time with Jeffrey Epstein Ted Bundy these kinds of folks, and he sees a similar lack of empathy, the lack of remorse, the narcissism, and it's at the heart of this SPF, I think, also believes that he's a fundamentally altruistic guy. He was in that altruistic effect. And yet you look underneath what was going on there and there was a lot of fraud and the worst thing you can do on Wall Street is co mingle client money with firm money, which on the street is stealing their money. We should note that sand pigment frieda has pleaded not guilty. And is still awaiting trial, which we anticipate will happen, come October of this year, Carol. Right, and I should note I was quoting from the allegations in the charges. One thing I think is interesting too, that, you know, once again though, Jim, we have oversight systems, big financial systems, you know, that we're certainly in Bernie Madoff's case, you know, at some point you wonder, did somebody say, isn't this too good to be true? Even Samuel banker and Frida, I felt like there was a whole investment community. They just wanted to buy into it and didn't want to fomo in many ways. Do you blame the system too? The infrastructure that's out there. I would say that this was a complete systemic failure. Or have made off for both. Well, there'll be a SPF, but in the case of made out the SEC had 5 different shots at them and never uncovered the Ponzi scheme. In fact, they kept reinvestigating him for what they cleared him up. And he clearly had a tremendous level of trust that he captured with the regulators and his investors. I never found people who understood what his strategy was that split strike conversion that's actually conceptually very simple and therefore totally implausible that it would mirror the market to a 95% correlation and yet never went down. It makes no sense. SPF said 2070 $3 million to politicians, 92% of whom were Democrat and he had on his payroll as consultants ex CFTC who is, as you know, the commodities futures trading commission that has oversight power. So you have regulatory capture here by two guys that built great reputations, which is a similarity, and the system failed on the hedge fund Wall Street side. These feeder funds remember they feed their money to hedge fund managers, their only job is essentially due diligence. This guy is real. This matches your portfolio, boom, we put the money there. He passed all of his fees on to them in return they weren't allowed to do any due diligence. That's a huge abrogation of fiduciary responsibility. Our thanks to Jim Campbell for joining us

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:31 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Social justice issues. They were in this case. Those who are staying are a weird mix across industries. Places like International Paper, what are they doing there? Match group here. You give them an F grade. Match dot com, what in the world did they trying to bring social harmony in to the Soviet Union and to Russia right now? I mean, there's some twisted belief that some had that these global brands. If you remember Tom Friedman in The New York Times, I hope he's not your best friend, but one of his most naive columns was a column that was very widely circulated a few years ago on the golden arches rule of diplomacy that any two countries with a McDonald's would never go to war with each other. And this led some U.S. brands to think that this is a way of a refutation of old Soviet repression for celebrating that's crazy. That was Jeffrey sonnenfeld. He's a senior associate dean for leadership studies, and Lester crown Professor of leadership practice at the Yale school of management. And of course, mister sandpiles comments and opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Bloomberg media nor our parent company, Bloomberg LP. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up, we revisit the biggest Wall Street Ponzi scheme ever with an author who interviewed the late birdie Madoff after it all came crashing down. Why would a guy who was brilliant who had a legitimate business worth at $1.3 billion bill simultaneously the biggest single criminal enterprise on Wall Street through this Ponzi scheme scheme over 40 years and people are just always enraptured by something they initially trust. They may not understand it, but they believe in it. And then they find out it's all fake. Jim Campbell on the infamous white collar criminal, and the new Netflix miniseries that explores the destruction he caused. This is Bloomberg. On the latest edition of the sound on podcast, my conversation with labor secretary, Marty Walsh, about December's jobs report. If you look at, if you look at the last few months here, we have had good jobs, strong job growth. We have a near 50 year low in unemployment numbers. And we also have been able to bring down gas prices. We've been able to knock down inflation, we've been able to not quite where we want it to be, but we've been able to knock down inflation while adding job growth and having wage gains. So it can be done. And I just think we need to stay very focused on this and not take anything for granted. And move forward. I think that that's going to be the key to us moving forward. And inflationary pressures, we're not caused by economic policies. A lot of them are caused by a pandemic. And I think that we can't lose that to that either. Well, it sounds like a story of moderation here, and I'm not some sort of pro inflation guy. I just wonder how many of these analysts and economists secretary would be willing to give up their jobs first, you know? Yeah, well, if I was not, but again, I think that they're all, everyone's trying to figure out the economy. And I think that we've had an economy for the last 50 years. That has been up and down and at some point strong and then week. But this is unlike anything that any economist that's alive has ever dealt with. The last time we dealt with an economy quite honestly like this when I stayed in economy at time like this was back in 1916, 17 and 2018. And if you look at what happened in the pandemic, then you look at the pandemic now. There's a lot of similar trends. And there's a lot of

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:46 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The Seattle city school district filed a lawsuit blaming big tech for poisoning youth with social media addiction. The district says the schools can't fulfill their educational mission while students are suffering from anxiety, depression, and other psychological troubles. The complaint filed late Friday in Seattle, says alphabet, meta platforms, snap and ByteDance, the owner of TikTok, are responsible for hooking young people on their platforms and creating a mental health crisis. The district includes more than 100 schools and serves about 50,000 children. Elon Musk wants his upcoming fraud trial with Tesla shareholders moved out of San Francisco, saying jurors in the region will probably be biased against him because of the recent layoffs at Twitter and local negativity. The billionaire who runs both Tesla and Twitter proposed the trial be held in western Texas where Tesla moved its headquarters to Austin from Northern California about a year ago. That, according to a filing by his attorney's late yesterday. Southwest Airlines, no kidding here is expected to post a fourth quarter loss after mass cancellations and delays last month details from Bloomberg's Kim Kerrigan. The airline said the scheduling meltdown will cause a pre-tax loss of somewhere between 725 and $825 billion. Southwest is facing scrutiny from the federal government and a proposed class action lawsuit due to the flight issues. The carrier is promising and operational review of its scheduling system. Kim Kerrigan, Bloomberg radio. San Francisco is in the path of one of the worst rainstorms yet, more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It's a season that has likely left behind a $1 billion in damages and losses across California from drenching atmospheric rivers. The latest storm is forecast to hit Monday and its drawing on a ribbon of moisture that stretches more than 2500 miles across the Pacific Ocean and is targeting San Francisco and the Bay Area. Charlie pellet. Bloomberg radio. Isai and its partner Biogen gained a U.S. initial regulatory clearance for kanab. That's the first treatment clearly shown to slow the advance of Alzheimer's disease. The drug to be sold under the brand name la cambi was approved by the Food and Drug Administration under an accelerated pathway. Now, while the partners have to submit more data to gain full approval, the decision immediately expands treatment options for the millions of patients living with Alzheimer's, but the cost here is quite a bit. The drug is going to cost $26,500 a year for a person of average weight, according to Isaiah. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg business week. Inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine. Plus, global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg businessweek, with Caro mezer and Tim stenbeck on Bloomberg radio Plenty hen are second hour of the weekend edition of Bloomberg businessweek, it's an hour of fascinating people and places, including a fresh look at the man who is the subject of a new documentary called the monster of Wall Street, the late Bernie Madoff. We'll talk to nationally syndicated radio show host, Jim Campbell. He's the author of Madoff talks, uncovering the untold story behind the most notorious Ponzi scheme in history. And Jim is part of that miniseries, which debuted Wednesday on Netflix. Tim will also welcome sommelier restaurateur and philanthropist Yannick Benjamin, his story of overcoming severe injury by harnessing his love of great wines and using his influence to benefit others at stories coming up. Yeah, we also got some pretty good wine. It came with gifts. Plus our Bloomberg pursuits team breaks down the 21 best places to travel in 2023. We're expecting to see some major tourism records broken this year. Find out why this is the time to go big with your plans. First up, this hour, the individual who found himself on the wrong side of Russia and for good reason. You might remember last month that we talked about that viral list that turned a Yale professor into an enemy of the Russian state. It is true. We're talking about Jeffrey sonnenfeld, who has assigned grades to 1400 companies and in the process, highlighted the economic cost of sanctions. That caught the attention of Russian officials put him on the Russian stop list, which there's a few other familiar names on that list. Yeah, one might say he's in good company. First Lady Joe Biden is on there, senator Mitch McConnell, they're both on the list as well. We've got just sun and filled with us right now. Senior associate dean for leadership studies, Leicester crown Professor of leadership practice at the Yale school of management. Good to have you with us professor good to have you back with us. I should say happy new year and you know I'm eager to hear your thoughts on this ever since business week wrote this story in the magazine. I've been curious what you think now of seeing your name on that list. Well, thank you. And it's good to be back with you, Tim and Carla. Thank you so much for the invitation. And happy new year to you as well. It's interesting. I've gotten a huge amount of feedback because everybody reads Bloomberg Bloomberg business week and follows Bloomberg. So there's hardly a CEO I know that hasn't either sent a note or a call or a text message or something that sees it as a tremendous badge of honor. And that is all of them that are on the a B and C list. The D's and the F's actually, I've heard from a number that are on the D list. The D list are people that they didn't pull out of Russia, but they have curtailed some future investing. The reason we came out, by the way, with the a, B, C, D, and F isn't just because we're a schoolhouse. And that's all we know how to do, is that there were some very artful public relations, smoke screens, some spin that was leading to a lot of atmospherics about people who were saying nice things and not doing anything. And we thought we should divide out those who actually physically pulled out permanently who did so temporarily who partially pulled out who did some atmospherics and then some who aren't doing a darn thing. And that's how we divided them out into a through F you are someone that is a go to voice when it comes to leadership and understanding what goes on in C suites. And you talk with a lot of leaders, they reach out to you as well, Jeff. But I do wonder, was there something different about the Russian invasion in Ukraine that made it easier for companies to come out and say, we got to pull out of this? You know, very good question, Carol, because of course CEOs are under a lot of pressure these days and

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg businessweek, with Carol messer and Tim stenbeck from Bloomberg radio. Bernie said on being the guy. I always wanted to please everybody. They didn't want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg. And the choice he made was he could live with himself as a liar. Much more easily than he could live with himself as a failure. That's the trailer from a new Netflix documentary, it's out this past week in it, you heard the voice of the subject, the late Bernie Madoff. The mini series is entitled Madoff the monster of Wall Street, hard to believe, but yes, it was nearly 14 years ago that Madoff pled guilty to 11 felony counts against him, including securities fraud, money laundering, and perjury. For some, seeing Sam beckman freed walking into the courthouse in Lower Manhattan this past week, charged with fraudulently raising $1.8 billion from investors, brought back memories of Madoff. And that's right, Tim, not apples to apples, but it definitely took me back to those days of Bernie Madoff and his own perp walk. We certainly over the last few weeks heard those comparisons. While someone who's talked with Madoff after his massive Ponzi scheme was uncovered and before he did pass away in 2021, of course, is Jim Campbell, hosted the nationally syndicated radio show business talk with Jim Campbell. Also the author of Madoff talks uncovering the untold story behind the most notorious Ponzi scheme in history. The gym is included in the new Netflix documentary and joins us via Zoom from Greenwich, Connecticut. Why do you think, you know, more than a decade following this massive crime? There still remains so much interest in it. First off, there's interest because the FBI happened to go down right before the documentary comes out. There are a lot of similarities. But you know at the heart, this is an age old, simple morality tale. Why would a guy who was brilliant who had a legitimate business worth at $1.3 billion bill simultaneously the biggest single criminal enterprise on Wall Street through this Ponzi scheme over 40 years? You're talking about Madoff right now just for clarifying. I'm talking about Bernie and it's the kind of Shakespearean drama that has always enraptured people. And again, here's a guy who betrayed his own sons who betrayed his wife, who betrayed his Jewish community, 85% of the victims were Jewish or charities. Something that's a sacrilege within the Jewish community to rip off a fellow person of the Jewish faith. And it's literally that kind of a story. And SPF brings similar kind of hubris, you know, that he built this thing and somehow vaporized overnight $32 billion of market value because his dog ate his homework, which doesn't even work in 5th grade, and then you find out no rather it's a pretty sophisticated fraud as well. And people are just always enraptured by something they initially trust. They may not understand it, but they believe in it, and then they find out it's all fake. Well, you know, it's interesting as we talk about Sam bankman fried and FTX gym. And I think about Madoff. What happens do you think having had conversations, right? And a lot of correspondence between yourself and Bernie Madoff. What is it that happens? Do they set out as true and ethical individuals? On a mission and then something goes terribly wrong. And they think they're going to truly catch up and they just never do. You know, that's a great question because it's what you think could be the only explanation for Madoff, and he gave me a story like that. You know, Jim, I'm running this great legitimate business, which it was, and it was very ethically run, never screwed its clients, always got to the best price in his market making business. So you would think, ah, something happened. I lost somebody like a gambler. I'm gonna double down. We'll do a little Ponzi knowing he'll ever notice. Well, I get it back. But here's the thing. He's running simultaneously to this business for 3 billion bucks in and of itself at the peak. He's building on the 17th floor, two floors below behind locked doors with ancient technology and high school graduates. This Ponzi scheme, at the same time. And in Bernie's case, the psyche is not so much greed, it's that I've got to be the go to guy. I've got to be the guy that everybody turns to. I've got to deliver. In fact, like many narcissists or sociopaths and Joe berlinger who is the director of the Netflix has spent his time with Jeffrey Epstein Ted Bundy these kinds of folks, and he sees a similar lack of empathy, the lack of remorse, the narcissism, and it's at the heart of this SPF, I think, also believes that he's a fundamentally altruistic guy. He was in that altruistic effect. And yet you look underneath what was going on there and there was a lot of fraud and the worst thing you can do on Wall Street is co mingle client money with firm money, which on the street is stealing their money. We should note that sandbank and frieda has pleaded not guilty and is still awaiting trial, which we anticipate will happen, come October of this year, Carol. Right, and I should note I was quoting from the allegations in the charges. One thing I think is interesting too, that, you know, once again though, Jim, we have oversight systems, big financial systems, you know, that we're certainly in Bernie Madoff's case, you know, at some point you wonder, did somebody say, isn't this too good to be true? Even Samuel benkin Frida, I felt like there was a whole investment community that just wanted to buy into it and didn't want to fomo in many ways. Do you blame the system too? The infrastructure that's out there. I would say that this was a complete systemic failure. Or made off for both. Well, there'll be a SPF, but in the case of made up the SEC had 5 different shots at him and never uncovered the Ponzi scheme. In fact, they kept reinvestigating him for what they cleared him, mom. And he clearly had a tremendous level of trust that he captured with the regulators and his investors. I never found people who understood what his strategy was that split strike conversion that's actually conceptually very simple and therefore totally implausible that it would mirror the market to a 95% correlation and yet never went down. It makes no sense. SPF said $73 million to politicians, 92% of whom were Democrat and he had on his payroll as consultants at CFTC who is, as you know, the commodities futures trading commission has oversight power. So you have regulatory capture here by two guys that built great reputations, which is a similarity, and the system failed on the hedge fund Wall Street side. These feeder funds member, they feed their money to hedge fund managers, their only job is essentially due diligence. This guy is real. This matches your portfolio, boom, we put the money there. He passed all of his fees on to them in return they weren't allowed to do any due diligence. That's a huge abrogation of fiduciary responsibility. Our thanks to Jim Campbell for joining us

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:17 min | Last month

"jim campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And right here on Bloomberg businessweek, she told us you better believe the fact. What we heard from the fed again is the same thing that we keep hearing and I don't know why people are hoping that they're going to change their minds because the data has not shown them that they should change their minds. So we are going to continue hearing from them that they intend to fight inflation. They intend to raise rates up to a point that is probably close to 5% and that they don't intend to cut rates in 2023. Meta Amazon, alphabet match group and snap all initiated with buy recommendations today at new street research today Meadows up 2.1% Amazon down 8 tenths of 1%, alphabet down 1.1%, match group up 2.9% snap surged 5.1%. Recapping S&P up 28 up by about .75%, I'm Charlie peloton that is a Bloomberg business flash. You're listening to Bloomberg business week with Carol messer and Tim stenbeck. On Bloomberg radio. Bernie said on being the guy. I always wanted to please everybody. They didn't want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg. And the choice he made was he could live with himself as a liar. Much more easily than he could live with himself as a failure. All right, everybody, that is the trailer from a new Netflix documentary is out today. It's about Bernie Madoff as you might have guessed. It's entitled Madoff the monster of Wall Street. It was nearly 14 years ago that made off pled guilty to 11 felony counts against him, security fraud, money laundering, and perjury. And I gotta say, Tim, we talked about this yesterday for some seeing freed walking into the courthouse in Lower Manhattan yesterday charged with fraud as well, easily brought back some memories I've made up. Not apples to apples, but nonetheless kind of took us back there. We certainly over the last few weeks heard those comparisons. Well, someone who's talked with Madoff after his massive Ponzi scheme was uncovered and before he did pass away in 2021, of course, is Jim Campbell. Hosted the nationally syndicated radio show business talk with Jim Campbell. Also, the author of Madoff talks on covering the untold story behind the most notorious Ponzi scheme in history. The gym is included in the new Netflix documentary and joins us via Zoom from Greenwich, Connecticut right now. Jim, good to have you with us. Really good to have you with us this afternoon. Why do you think, you know, more than a decade following this massive crime? There still remains so much interest in it. Yeah, well, first of all, thank you, Carol, for having me on. And first off, there's just because FPS happened to go down right before the documentary comes out. There are a lot of similarities. But you know at the heart, this is an age old, simple morality tale. Why would a guy who was brilliant who had a legitimate business worth at $1.3 billion billed simultaneously the biggest single criminal enterprise on Wall Street through this Ponzi scheme over 40 years? You're talking about Madoff right now, just for clarifying. Okay, I'm talking about Bernie yet. It's the kind of Shakespearean drama that is always enraptured people. And again, here's a guy who betrayed his own sons who betrayed his wife, who betrayed his Jewish community, 85% of the victims were Jewish or charities. Something that's a sacrilege within the Jewish community to rip off a fellow person of the Jewish faith. And it's literally that kind of a story. And SPF brings similar kind of hubris, you know, that he built this thing and somehow vaporized overnight $32 million of market value because his dog ate his homework, which doesn't even work in 5th grade, and then you find out no, rather, it's a pretty sophisticated fraud as well. And people are just always enraptured by something they initially trust. They may not understand it, but they believe in it, and then they find out it's all fake. Well, you know, it's interesting as we talk about Sam bankman fried and FTX gym. And I think about Madoff. What happens do you think and having had conversations, right? And a lot of correspondence between yourself and Bernie Madoff. What is it that happens do they set out as true and ethical individuals on a mission and then something goes terribly wrong and they think they're going to truly catch up and they just never do? You know, that's a great question because it's what you think could be the only explanation for Madoff, and he gave me a story like that. You know, Jim, I'm running this great legitimate business, which it was, and it was very ethically run, never screwed its clients, always got to the best price in his market making business. So you would think, ah, something happened. I lost somebody like a gambler. I'm gonna double down. We'll do a little Ponzi knowing to ever notice when I get it back. But here's the thing. He's running simultaneously to this business for 3 billion bucks in and of itself at the peak. He's building on the 17th floor, two floors below behind locked doors with ancient technology and high school graduates. This Ponzi scheme, at the same time. And in Bernie's case, the psyche is not so much greed, it's that I've got to be the go to guy. I've got to be the guy that everybody turns to. I've got to deliver. In fact, like many narcissists or sociopaths and Joe berlinger who is the director of the Netflix has spent his time with Jeffrey Epstein Ted Bundy these kinds of folks, and he sees a similar lack of empathy, the lack of remorse, the narcissism, and it's at the heart of this SPF, I think, also believes that he's a fundamentally altruistic guy. He was in that altruistic effect. And yet you look underneath what was going on there and there was a lot of fraud and the worst thing you can do on Wall Street is co mingle, a client money with firm money, which on the street is stealing their money. We should note that Sam beckman Frida has pleaded not guilty and is still awaiting trial, which we anticipate will happen, come October of this year, Carol. Right, and I should note I was quoting from the allegations in the charges. One thing I think is interesting, too, that, you know, once again though, Jim, we have oversight systems, big financial systems, you know, that we're certainly in Bernie Madoff's case, you know, at some point you wonder, did somebody say isn't this too good to be true? Even Samuel bankman fried I felt like there was a whole investment community that just wanted to buy into it and didn't want to fomo in many ways. Do you blame the system to the infrastructure that's out there? I would say that this was a complete systemic failure. Or have made off for both. Well, there'll be a I'll get to SPF, but in the case of Madoff the SEC had 5 different shots at him and never uncovered the Ponzi scheme. In fact, they kept re investigating him for what they cleared him, mom. And he clearly had a tremendous level of trust that he captured with the regulators and investors. I never found people who understood what his strategy was that split strike conversion that's actually conceptually very simple and therefore totally implausible that it would mirror the market to a 95% correlation. And yet never went down, it makes no sense. SPF said 2070 $3 million to politicians, 92% of whom were Democrat, and he had on his payroll as consultants ex CFTC who is, as you know, the commodities futures trading commission that has oversight power. So you have regulatory capture here by two guys that built great reputations, which is a similarity, and the system failed on the hedge fund Wall Street side. These feeder funds remember they feed their money to hedge fund managers, their only job is essentially due diligence. This guy is real. This matches your portfolio, boom, we put the money there. He passed all of his fees on to them in return they weren't allowed to do any due diligence. That's a huge abrogation of fiduciary responsibility. Well, we are so grateful to have some time with you, Jim. We have run though

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"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

"How things were going to sort out. I do think that manufacturer allegiance can switch on a dime. And if Kyle was going to throw his hat in any ring, he wanted somebody an OEM that was going to very much back him. I don't think there was another shot of him being in a different Toyota and a lot of people had the conversation of, oh, does he end up at 23 11? I think if he's not with JGR, he's not in a Toyota. And then with the struggles, I think that we've seen from the Fords this year. Kyle from a driver perspective, I think, was looking at Chevrolet. And so that makes the conversation much easier when you have the driver on board to be the manufacturer say yes, we will help you. We will help your truck team. We will do what we can to get you on one of our teams. So that brings up the point of KBM. What happens with KBM now? And I don't think they have that answer. I think they're still trying to figure that out right now. It does feel like it's still being finalized, but I mean, clearly, there had to be verbal commitments made here, where Kyle Busch has been adamant throughout the summer saying that wherever I go next, whatever cup deal I sign, it's going to be predicated on making sure I take care of the 50 employees that I have, at Kyle Busch motor sports, meaning that whoever he signs with, he's going to ensure that that manufacturer with that team is going to support his truck team as well and keep KVM going in 2023. So to Kim's point, I did have a chance to talk to Jim Campbell at Laguna Seca this past weekend at the IndyCar finale. And while he wouldn't confirm that KBM would be part of Chevrolet's lineup, and Jim was very forthright and saying, we want to bolster our truck lineup, that we want to sort of raise our game a little bit and compete a little bit more with Toyota with Ford in the truck series. So I think that was a pretty big hint that if they're going to bolster their truck locked up and adding KBM, I think would be a pretty solid way of doing that. Kim, you brought up the Austin Dillon point, which I find fascinating. You know, and it's not often drivers will call other drivers say, hey, come drive for us. I mean, I'm sure they do, but this was a sincere phone call. He was the first one who handed out the olive branch and said, hey, let's make this happen. Did that surprise you? No, once I heard why, an Austin talked about how Kyle back in the day had reached out to Austin and said, would you think about driving Xfinity for me? And Austin said, he meaning Kyle was one of the only, if not the only driver that thought of him as a driver outside of driving for RC. So nobody else, except for his grandfather really had looked at him as,

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"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

"In the Chevy camp. I think Eric Warren moving over to that role was really pushed for that and done a good job getting all of us in line to be able to make our cars faster. We had to do something and I think, you know, like I said, a big push and effort goes to Eric Warren, Jim Campbell. Everybody at Chevrolet is trying to get us in line, so we would be, you know, the first one so with this next gen car out front and making it better, you know, RCR did a really good job from the beginning, have jumping on and being positive for this car and trying to make it as best we can instead of complaining and just go to work on it and make it drive better each and every weekend. Awesome, we're going to take a couple of calls from some fans here at 8 four four NASCAR NBC. We'll start with Chandler and Indiana Chandler. You're on with Austin Dillon. Go ahead. What's your question? Hey, there all how you doing, man? Doing good. Just hanging out in North Carolina. I'm watching a turkey walk around in my backyard. We have that same thing here in Indiana too, man. Austin, I know third place looks disappointing to you, but I feel like that's a great start. You know, to you and Richard Childress trace. And so look at how you guys have been this year with this new next gen car. What are you guys expecting later this year in 2022? Well, I mean, with what we've learned early on this season, I feel like we've had more opportunities as a team at RCR to win races this year. We're looking back in years past and my cup career, you know, I can count 5 opportunities in a year that I really feel like, you know, we'd circle those tracks and have a chance to go win. And now week in and week out, I feel like I'm more confident going to the track knowing that if we do our job set up wise that we can get ourselves to the front with an opportunity to win because ultimately winning races, you know, you don't have to have the fastest car every weekend to win. If you put yourself in position enough, you can take home a trophy. So the two top 5s that we've had a second and the third place and I think we could have probably had a second place if it goes green right there at the end or even a window. Things pay out a little bit differently at Fontana and Martinsville, one of those could have definitely brought home a trophy for us, but I'm really proud of the effort, like I said at RCR and feel good at the places we're.

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"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Said that i think kevin harvick. This is his best shot. But i really believe when you look at those drivers that we byron as the driver that that i would choose. I think that The chevrolets and hindered motorsports of ring. Fast cars go to these places and environ has shown to me over the last probably three races on the super speedways than that. He's a much better driver and understands what it takes to get his car to the front and win dj. I have a question for you. And i kind of want jeff burton and follow up on it so. We've talked a lot about the manufacturer games kind of seems to be creeping into the picture for the weekend once again. You knew senior very well. They told him your objective is to help all the other chevy teams what. What would he have said. Oh gosh he'd laugh way harder net where he would have given them that look like. Are you seriously kidding me. He didn't he wasn't gonna play along with that. I mean he's he was the mentality that he was there to win for himself his sponsors and even though we understood that if he could utilize teammates and others from that manufacturer with the chevrolet that and that was good but thinking that you were going to get the help me out with that being beneficial to him. You could tell at aside. In my opinion jaffe may have a different opinion about that. Worry about that because everybody wanted lock over his bumper and follow him. I think i think you could ask. Mike skinner what he thinks about his teammate. Who didn't really get much help senior. That would be an awkward conversation. I i dj. We really appreciate join us. Thanks to be empowered. Nascar america modern. We'll see a telladega all right. Thanks guys it's going to be a fun weekend. Thank you man. Thanks and stuff so yeah. Mike skinner calms laughing about that. Yeah he would've completely laughed. Even if jim campbell who heads up everything at chevrolet told him that he would have laughed. Say it's so difficult understand. I listen. I get it. I mean i understand. Why manufacturers won't their drivers to work together once one does it then the others kind of have to. It makes it very difficult for the others. Not but we've also seen the manufactures getting the same wreck. you know. there's not all positives. It's very difficult situation to put the drivers and i understand. I understand the business side of it. I understand that you know people won't all of the all the chevy guys were together. We're one team. Were chevrolet. I get it. It's it's great but there comes a point in the race in every race where you have to become a person that you don't wanna be in everyday life and that is self senator selfish arrogant right. You have no friends. Everybody likes your kids not to be right. But that's what you have to be when it comes to win in these races and sometimes that doesn't work with teammates if it does come down to that. Toyota's kind of out of the mix. Aren't they talking about them. Trying to help christopher bell. There's no way if you think streep numbers matters there In big trouble. Yeah sure and. I love your selfish comment. You were the first person i ever heard. Say that being a race car driver is all about being selfish and yeah i'm okay with that night. More calls on the okay to talk. Exp- finnity twenty twenty to schedule. We come back. on nascar. america murder mouths america motormouth and nascar xfinity series released. Their schedule. They pretty much mirrors than ask our cup series scheduled for twenty twenty two with portland thrown in there..

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"jim campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"There's a line through in the red Zone last season, he was under 50% passing NFL throw here, too tight ends lined up to the left. Two wideouts left balls on the right hand Mark baby is behind. Base Select option, right, Basil, laconic keeper, and he should have the first down. If he gets to the two yard line. Kentucky played baby for the pitch well, But based lack able to get two yards before Jordan right could get him down first and goal of the to her Basil Act. Cold freshman of the year, the SEC season ago and pistol look again with baby behind him. Baby gets the call and he didn't get in. He picked up one yard On the bottom of the pile for Kentucky. Is Jordan right again to straight tackles second goal at the one. Here's where those front four really got to get big and just pile into the ground and make them go around you over the top under a minute to play in the first quarter. 14 Kentucky leads second and goal. Missouri at the Kentucky won six straight runs for the Tigers. Chisholm comes in motion. Let Basil Act to throw. He has hammered and it's incomplete, delayed blitz and square got him just as they slog through the football, and he had to throw it before baby can turn around to find it. And thank goodness because baby was wide open, But boy Square just put the helmet right in the chest. It was a good hit, did not lead with the crown really nice play by baseline because he was a three page after the outside, and it's just beating had no chance to catch because he didn't know what's coming. Paul sits just outside the one on the right hash mark and we get Time out, taken by Kentucky with 32 seconds to play in this opening quarter, the cats leading 14 to nothing down to dig Gabriel personnel issues. Tom, I think they had the wrong people on the field and Mark Stoops not happy at all. I have to burn that time out. The third and goal from the one Nice drive for Missouri, aided by pass interference penalty on Kentucky that wiped out what would have been an interception. So you get a 24 yard screen pass to Beatty and then pass interference. And Mizzou on those two plays, picked up 39 yards and then just run it down the field from there. For the have now a third one coming up on July 20th this year and the state recovers are purple and Missouri fans are in the end zone and yellow and golden black. It's the end zone Port which zoo is moving band there to up to the right counter basil AC and the Mizzou offense. 32 seconds left. First quarter baseline goes under center trying and shifts into the backfield and offset I flags fly. Looks like moving up front for Missouri false start offense from before that date utility, every man. Scroll down tight end on the right side of the formation. Josh Paschal immediately started pointing at it. So move the ball back out inside the six yard line. It will be third and goal from there's change the play call. No doubt. A lot of people say why was that? You cannot have two guys movement once he wasn't set, but he can't stand up and get back into his stance. When the guys in motion two guys moving at once, five yard penalty based black going to spread it out, this time to white outs left two to the right. He's in the shotgun set back. Maybe a good receiver to his right. Basil like dropping the throw. All kinds of time fires into the middle of a little leaping grab for a touchdown in the back of the end zone, the tight end Daniel Parker and six to that inside the defender and made the catch for the touchdown. We're talking about some strong hands. He went up and got that one. Okay, but too much time they get no pressure at all on bezel Act. He was able to want to go to the outside wasn't there Then he looks back to his left and he comes back to the middle of the field. Wait too long, my very simply this 10 play 75 yard drive that took four minutes and 40 seconds. Things like it's Missouri on the board for the six yard touchdown pass point after good 27 seconds left to play here in the opening quarter at Kroger Field, and the Kentucky lead is cut in half. Okay, It's leading Missouri 14 to 7. Today's game is presented by UK health care The power of advanced medicine. Our dear cover for that long. No, You're exactly right. You've got to get pressure on days like he was able to come across that maybe is third or fourth choice. Just way too much time. Sure, it wasn't a fun week for the Missouri offensive line. They gave up 13 tackles for loss against Central Michigan last week, so No doubt heard a lot about that. And they did a nice job on that drive a lot of runs behind some That offensive line, opening up some big holes. No Kentucky s to respond now. Nice drive here. Can't get a three. Now You want to get at least a couple of first downs love to get some points here to respond. Ms Rodriguez with five yard touchdown reception and two yard touchdown run, and now Missouri has answered with a six yard touchdown pass to Daniel Parker 14 7 Wildcats in front. Kidding. Kicks it off high long. It's going to hit the back of the end zone and Kentucky touchback will come out and start at its own 25 yard line. Tom, You remember the great Jim Campbell, the tight end for Kentucky in the late seventies and early eighties and teammate of mine thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family lost his daughter this past week. Cancer? She was 31 years old. So, Jimmy, we're all behind you, buddy. You were talking to him and thank you for scrimmage. Great guy. Hell of a player number 80? Yep. Kentucky coming left to right. Levis under center. Ali goes in motion left. They give it to Rodriguez running left on the stretch play and he gets out to the 29 yard line. But there is a flag down. I think this is going to be a guy lining up across the line of scrimmage is right in front of Gabriel. Yeah. Outside on Missouri offsides Defense number six Lineup. The neutral zone five yard penalty remain first out. You like saying that a couple of times they're lined up and I'm like, Hey, if the ball is on this line, how can he be across that They finally call it? That's the press coverage. Yeah. Levis, four out of five for 32 yards. The big play so far for Kentucky was on the opening drive, 64 yard run on a jet sweep. I want Dale Robinson, who comes to the near side in the slot inside of Ali, tight ends Bates and Rick the other way. Let us out of the gun. Set back to his left first and five Kentucky its own 30 handoff. Rodriguez. He's got the first down a big hole right up the middle, and he takes it after the 38 yard line and a first down eight yard run. Aldridge and Nicholson Combined on the stop from those inside linebacker spots that will get us to the end of the first quarter. 15 minutes left in the first half, with Kentucky going to the second quarter with one touchdown lead. 14 7 on the zoo on the UK sports Network. Here are five big reasons to buy a Toyota RAV four. Number five. Best selling SUV in America number four Fun,.

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"jim campbell" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"I i think the ceo averages five years so if cmo's are getting to four years that would be a huge breakthrough. i mean. I'm not saying that based on any research that i've seen but i feel like in the conversations i have at that level. People are staying in the chair a little longer. Let's good to hear. Yeah that's really good to hear. Do you ever think about going back. Christopher not for two seconds yeah now. I hung up my gloves. Come on i have no desire to. I got nothing left to prove. And most importantly i i love my life the way it is now i get to make a difference at scale through podcasting and writing. I do still a smidge not very much. But in very certain certain circumstances i'll do some advising and i still enjoy that Very much particularly under the right circumstances but no. I don't have any desire to do it. I don't frankly. I don't wanna work eighty hours a week. And that's what those jobs are. Yeah and You know. I'm at a different stage of my life like you are. I'm in the throw down the rope. Stage not continue to collect a merit badges stage. That's a good way of putting it. Well i mean. I've said this to you back then. And i said achieve the other day when we caught up briefly. What you've done with this podcast in your books is is incredible like crew. There's such you filled a hole in silicon valley with legends and losers and now with follow your different like it's it's a whole order of magnitude greater. I think it's terrific. Well thank you. Yeah and it's it's an incredible experiment. It's one that virtually everybody who is a quote unquote expert told me would fail Because you last time to listen to an hour. Long business podcast. Business people are busy. Were you need to edit that shit. Take out the takeout. You need to focus on the value bombs and all this other insanity and the truth is that you know this better than i do given given what you do. The average business podcast is complete as my friends over the pensee shite. Yeah i mean that's i think. Actually what makes your podcast. So charming and i love some of the comments that other people have posted. That don't seem to appreciate your brand of humor. But you know there's no bs in in your conversations and But it's also like really meaningful and thoughtful and there's practical advice in there For people so. I hope you. You never never stop doing that. I don't plan to I love the conversations too much. I really do. You know the people that i get to talk to our incredible and i learned a ton and as you know i'm dyslexic and so reading as a big commitment but as you can see by the posted that's in your book you know i read the books you know because the only people i have honor people who i think are doing great work who i'm curious about and therefore you know we have a lot of authors on i read. I don't know thirty forty bucks a year and that's a big commitment is a dyslexic. But i get to learn from you. And i get to learn from stanley mcchrystal and i get to learn from jim campbell. Who literally wrote the book on mehta off and on and on and on Yeah well thank you for reading it. Well thank you for writing it and you know really made happy just by the title because as you know i'm a student of language languaging and there's so many asinine things we say that most of us never think about and in business Fake attiya make. It is right at the top of that idiot asinine hill. He bet and actually do you remember you. Help me finalize the title..

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"jim campbell" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on WSB-AM

"72 on Peachtree Street. I'm meteorologist Kirk. Malice. 95.5 WSB. How close Herschel Walker is to running for US Senate in Georgia after we check in the morning drive. Here's Doug Turnbull. We are close to being on the seat of our Hollowell Parkway in West Atlanta is shut down just to the west of Hollywood Road. It sounds like the diverted tractor trailers that they are again. We can see the road could put the shutdown of the WSB Jim Campbell. Better next report. We should know why, but avoid. Hollowell is used Good boulevard instead. You don't need alternatives at Woodstock for 5 75 or through Cobb County along 75 just used the main through lane there only a couple of scatter break life 85,000 just kind of grinding along at a good at county for 3 16 waves down towards Jimmy Carter 400 Ashley Brassica, You'll find the slow traffic starting below Northridge headed 400 South on and off the breakthrough that construction zone 2 to 85 triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB. Of course, Stories make Atlanta's morning news at 8 20. Here's Marcy Williams bill catchy former President Trump believes Georgia Bulldog legend Herschel Walker will run for US Senate in Georgia. But WSB political analyst Bill Crane believes Walker has missed the residency window of one year. Legal residency requirement backwards from the time of qualifying, which would be April of 2022. We're now June 2021, He says. Owning property here does not count and Walker faces a legal fight to qualify. House Republican leaders are drank and filed a vote against the resolution today to name a select committee to investigate the January six insurrection. Speaker Pelosi appoints the chair and eight members. He invites input from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to choose the other five. McCarthy declines to say..

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"jim campbell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Morning. Paul is sponsored by Chevrolet Racing and the Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear once again, here's Paul W. Smith. Well, that's good to hear in that opening as a reminder that we are so thankful to Jim Campbell and Chevy Racing. And we are so thankful to in fact, the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear because they're also making it possible for us to be here, which means that Bud Denker The chairman of this great race and the president of Penske Corporation, executive vice president of Team Penske made it possible he happens to be sitting right across from me right now. I first have to say, but because I know that racing is your thing, and you do it so well around the world. But you throw it Pretty dog gone. Good party two and last night's grand premier was fabulous. It was a amazing event last night so many people were there. 300 plus And what was Really evident to me was how much people enjoyed being out again. Um, hugs, handshakes being together, Um, the camaraderie and these are CEO level type people that were there with their their their spouses or their partners. And they were there to have an amazing evening and we had a great M. C. Which was Paul W. Smith. It was great to see Kim last night. I mean, we raise a lot of money for a very worthwhile charity, which was the most important thing we were. I know that the actual final figures art in because you You do what I do with my golf tournament. Thank you again for Penske being one of our sponsors. We give the net number because that's really the only way to know how much you've you've earned. And so you still have some bills to pay off and all of that, But it's hundreds of thousands of dollars raised. Now for the bill, I'll Conservancy and Michelle Hodges did not even have to jump into a fountain. So that was I thought that was my kind of personal goal was to try to keep her out of the mountain last night, and it worked that way. India in Mike Mantra who really works right here to keep this The the bones of this race going and all that sort of heavy lifting that goes on. But I I understand that you also had for the party last night special help from Eric Larsen, so he deserves some kudos. For being able to throw up attempt. Under the worst of circumstances and in the least amount of time ever for attempt that size. No doubt we were looking at a place for the goalpost kept changing here the last month, right in terms of the rules guidelines, but That would have to send me an email. Okay? We're not going to be here now. Now we're going to be over here. So I was waiting on the on the drive in last night. It was. I hope we're still there We were. It was a great has a great location. We had campus Marshall's last night for our reception across their Cadillacs, where It was so cool, but last night was first of all is a beautiful evening. Beautiful and you had We celebrated under these beautiful lights in the buildings of downtown Detroit's and that was majestic for everybody. And Eric Larson, As you said in the team really build us out that GDP is CEO of GDP. They do so much for downtown Detroit. Their workers are all out here this morning. Cleaning this place up again like they do in downtown Detroit. Can't thank them enough and Well, I'll right now is sparkling and it's It's what's also so good as to C and C links. See all your team here again face to face and things we haven't done in so long, right? All right. And so those things are happening now. It's so good to see the media out. Here are safety workers are out here. The smiles That's what it's all about. Miss Smile USA. Kim to Giulio is down at the other end here and and we saw her. We were taking pictures by one of the race cars, Link was and and she just has that infectious smile. If he does, I wish I could smile that often and like that all the time smiles means so much it does. They are sometimes maybe underappreciated, but a smile. Can really make things happen in a in a variety of ways, and what we saw last night were full faces, and therefore, for the first time in a year and a half full smiles, no doubt and it struck me and how much I've missed smiles. I agree with you and here this weekend here ironically, Michigan it's been a tough state. Obviously restrictive wise, we're going to be the first Race weekend for Indy car and for the IMSA Racing series to have no mask. No social distancing. The paddock is open in Indianapolis two weeks ago. You had to wear masks. Will you have a vaccination to get into the paddock area? We're not having that here so People can come down tomorrow. Tickets available to come down on Sunday. Tickets available a Detroit gp dot com and be part of that scene today is called America Free Day. We are sold out today, so if you don't have a pass, please don't come down today because you've got to have a pass to get in. Um other than that, tomorrow is open and Sundays open. We're going to sell it out. I'm sure as well thanks to the help of you all. Thanks for being here again as well. Detroit gp dot com Detroit gp dot com Can't say it enough And it's going to be spectacular. The weather is going to cooperate. I know it is certainly right now. A stunningly beautiful day, and the more people we get in Saturday and Sunday, the better we look to the world. Because they'll have cameras in helicopters and maybe blimps and right on the ground, And this is what you can't buy this kind of promotional advertising that we get from this wonderful race, the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear And I thank you and Roger and your mic and your entire team for doing such a great job. It's first class all the way but first class. Well, that's what I learned from my boss. He's been a great mentor and a great friend of mine, Roger Penske and wouldn't be any other way, frankly, for us and We're so.

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"jim campbell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Come on. I just if you could just see these guys with the fluff out of the hair, the wiping down off the shoulder and this that anchor guys like he's always looking at this compact mirror, and I'm just I'm screaming at them. Learn how to pronounce my name, but no The hair and the compact mirror. More important than getting Michael Reid L's name correctly, so all right, That'll be the end of my appearances on Newsmax. But time for the news at 7 30 Show Park Report so morning Michael Broadway tickets are going on sale today. The plan is for shows to start up September. The 14th. Well, will there be people in the theaters? They're going to be open at 100% capacity, but it's unclear how many shows are actually gonna run. There were 31 Productions on Broadway when it was closed down last March. It will be up to theaters on whether or not they're going to require proof of vaccination for admission. Beginning May, the 19th there is going to be more fans allowed at Yankee Stadium and Citi Field, and there will now be sections for people. Who have been vaccinated and no capacity limits for that section. I think it's great for the fans. It's great for the players. They want the fans to be here. It's a really excited to get everybody back in the stadium. Just have a huge crowd there rocking the stadium everywhere. All right. So if you're vaccinated, you go into a crowd. If you're not the rest of the ballpark 33% capacity limit. Governor Cuomo taking a shot of Mayor de Blasio this time over the homeless problem in the subway, he says, the problem is the homeless would rather stay on the trains. Then go to a shelter. This shelters are dangerousness. Then they're saying I'd rather take my chances on the subway. Then go to the shelter. Then you have to improve the shelter system. Wow. Really? There you go. Even though show he is so bright. I mean, just he figures it right out, doesn't it? Yeah, the governor's in charge of the subways. By the way, the governor is in shark, but anyway, Mayor de Blasio's being blamed for the homeless problem, a spokesman for the mayor, accusing the governor of trying to drag the city down with him. Police open fire on a suspect at 44th and 12th Avenue early this morning. This happens they were chasing a car that was reported stolen from 31st Street and Broadway, so they stopped it up near the intrepid. Officer fired two shots of the driver when he put his car in reverse and try to hit the cop car. Nobody was hurt The suspect now in custody. Big change in the race for mayor. A new poll of likely Democratic voters showing Eric Adams now leading Andrew Yang 21 to 18%. Polls commissioned by City Council speaker Corey Johnson. Couple to now, Yang had a comfortable lead, and he's going to join Len Burman and Michael Rydell coming up right after the eight o'clock news adventure. Yeah, Congresswoman Released Should wait. Shouldn't we try to get Eric Adams since he's not leading in the polls? Well, I don't know about this bullet anyway. Congresswoman Liz Cheney, calling on her party to choose truth over a cult of personality trying to hold on to her leadership positions, wrote an op ed piece in The Washington Post. Cases. Republicans right a turning point and have to decide whether they're going to be faithful to the Constitution. Republicans are looking to remove her because of her vote to impeach former President Trump. And Green Bay, apparently a desperate to keep their star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, He's told the Packers he wants to be traded and won't play for the team ever again. But they're desperate to keep him so they have made an offer. I don't know that it's enoughto change his mind. But Mr Bruise Taphouse and Green Bay says it will give Rogers and his fiancee, Charlene Woodley, free food and Beer for life. If he finishes his career with the Packers, what's gonna go to jeopardy? He's going to be the host of Jeopardy is me. I don't think he's going to be hosting jeopardy it all anyway. They say he's the face of our beloved franchise and they want to keep him. Well, good luck with that. He does. You know what the inmates run the asylum? If he doesn't want to be there, he's not gonna be there. That's how it works. That's right. Although that free food is very appealing in Green Bay, Okay, sure. Your lifeline for life. That's right. All right. That's the end of your little newscast there, Joe. That's the end Michael Kay, because usually you say finally, so that's when I snapped to attention. No, we gotta move on. But you didn't say that. But you must have been listening to something else. But you are such a smooth radio host. Michael, This is really just gliding along perfectly coming up next. Hey, Bernie, made off the great Ponzi schemer of all time. He died in prison a couple of weeks ago. But he had a pen pal Jim Campbell. Jim Campbell is the author of a really fascinating book made off talks. Jim was with us a couple of weeks ago, but we had such a good time with him, and there's so much to really, you know, figure out about the mind Bernie made off that Jim is going to be joining us when we get back. I heart radio is partnering with global Citizen for Vax Live. There's the concert to reunite the world performances by J. Lo and Eddie Vetter and the Foo Fighters and hosted by Selena Gomez. Because the pandemic is still very real, but covert 19 vaccines. They're helping us move closer. To reuniting with our families, friends, jobs and even live music. So listen to our I heart radio app this Saturday night at eight o'clock and watch it on ABC, CBS, Fox and YouTube. I'm burning by the With your W O R traffic. It is tough going right now heading for the Holland Tunnel. It's about a 25 minute delay. 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"jim campbell" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"Welcome back to another edition of talk dirty to me. Hide your host troy stagner before i get into this review. I'm gonna ask you for favor. Try it's very glad do it do it now. Let's do a review. Lucky lucky comic bookie this one is the new bad idea. Comic wills ville and rock and minerals. There's true stories this that's why it's a little thicker if you look at it. It's almost almost trade paperback size. Like small trade paperback good quality art on the front. I mean i love how their own if it shows on the video. But you have some The flat collar here and then the ocean down here is kind of glossy. It really stands out stands out. Why and same thing on the back you know. It's kinda fled except for the rock who were shining. Everyone's if i turn it right where you can see the light hit the glossy part see there. You go okay. This is a story to stories. Like i said again from idea comics. Matt can't Lena tony millionaire. Matt hollingsworth jim campbell. I'm gonna tell you right now. I didn't care for you the story they're kinda the the kindly nowhere for me. The first one is Starts you can tell. Our worker in sign of a will has got pictures of the i don't want to crack spine. Is you know you can see the the ribcage everything these animals. You gotta crab a seagull. Seahorse and looks like a lamp. Raised living in side of the will. And that's their only world that's all they know so you know the first part of the story is just get you acquainted to all of them you know how they interact with each other and then they find a strange thing washed up inside. It's a a child a human child that one either way way way i believe his name they all talk and he can talk big stand each other and he. His father is a whaler and nell. The boat knocked him off in Swallow him and it's just him trying to explain to them you know. They were saying they had one friend who got too close to the The circle in the sky which was the blowhole and got blown out never to return. He's away yeah because there's another huge world out there that you guys are missing out on and they laugh at him. They think he's crazy in a harpoon comes through you know through the side of the well into the inside They cut he tells you to cut the rope offer know. That's my dad. He's he will go to the ends of the earth to kill this well to try to recover me get revenge. So they cut the rope and he decides while i'm going to. I'm going to up through the circle of sky the blowhole otherwise you know he's gonna destroy you guys and this role you've created inside the will so he goes out he gets out. The blowhole is dad. Finds him and then his dad is going to Harpoon the well. Again i guess the tried to kill him. The kid stops him and then the well dives and that's that's in that story kind of anticlimactic man. it is really it kind of went nowhere. I guess as good as maybe a short story but man i. i don't know i didn't like it. The next one rock minerals rocks and minerals these rocks and minerals. It's they call it I guess time of the greatest polishing the unpolished have unpolished with humans. I guess didn't are in this area. I don't know if it's just a small part of the world. Where but there's you know old dilapidated buildings. They're not allowed to go out there. The the queen is a polished gem. And so she even has a rock tumbler and her her private area where she lives. And these guy these. I guess their kids young rocks minerals they venture out. Whether or not supposed to end they discover a turtle. Lets you know. They quit everything rocks. I think everything's wrong. So they say it's a weird looking rock and you know. The turtle asked him to help him. He got picked up by tornado in drop their shining. Find his way back to his pond. They kind of go back. And tell the queen the queen sits out her her guards and they all have like rock base naval iggy for ignace in flint is their dog. Who can. The queen's guard dog gets spitfire so she sends those guys out to try and take right there. Were just on. Burn kill anything. Was there the lowly on rocks. Were able to get the turtle away. Back to his pond and safety The queen tracks them down and she was going to guess. Burn them all kill him. Melt them down. But then the queen's daughter convinces her not to and she's all believe look they're so beautiful and it shows the turtle swimming in the pond and that's kind of word ends another anticlimactic one man. I this is the first strike From bad idea comics from me. I'm the i don't know. I i'm sure somebody will like the story. I mean different people. Different strokes for different folks. I didn't like it. I i would also tell you don't bother. This is the first bad idea comic. I would tell you. Don't even bother picking up. It's just they're just kind of a little short stories. They do nothing for me. There's there's no real There's no climax and resolution is just kind of like a little kid telling you a story. Hey these rocks they save the turtle and then you're happily ever after he didn't wanna wells ville or rock rocks and minerals honestly don't i don't subscribe. Don't even pick it up off the shelf Yeah i i'm very disappointed in this one. I let me know if you liked it. I didn't. I'm gonna say avoid this. That was my review. Wills ville rocks and minerals. If you like this video please subscribe so We can make more like it does. Help the matrix law it. While you're at it hit that bill icon right there. You'll be notified when republicans and until that new video comes out later nerds not with me. That came off what class you play in an all each..

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"jim campbell" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"jim campbell" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Difficult is it to get a bunch of racers to agree to anything and to stick to it? You have to be honest, I'm not really sure how they pulled that off. What he came joined me every Thursday as we get between the ears of NASCAR's most interesting character in the World Center of Racing. This is NASCAR Live Race day. Austin Dillon leads the pack off Turn number four. No one ever thought he would contend for the win, But he's gonna do it. He's gonna win the 60th running of the Daytona 500. Now back to Woody came 2018. That was Austin Dillon scoring the victory in the Daytona 500 just three years ago. He also won a duel race earlier this week. And you know Chevrolet seems to be getting it right on the track lately, with Chase Elliott getting the championship a year ago, but they've got a lot in the works as well for getting it right off the track. Jim Campbell is with us from Chevrolet. He's the U. S. Vice president of performance and Motor Sports and Boy, Jim. You guys have piled up so many great stats over the years. Where do you want to start? Let's go back in time, a little bit, too. Austin Dillon on Thursday night at the door, What a move he made late boy super exciting and a great way to really start the NASCAR season. Austin really made an amazing move at the end and brought to win home for his team for RCR for Chevrolet and the duels and puts him in a really good Starting position here for the race today. Love it, and it also has great toe. See Alex Bowman win the pole and William Byron win the second position. The outside pole so great way to start for Chevrolet. We love this race. I mean Chevy and the Daytona 500. The speedway have a lot of history together. You guys have won the great American race 24 times more than any other manufacturer, and I didn't realize how it went all the way back to even Richard Petty, who's won the Daytona 507. Record seven times and some of those were in your products, actually, Woz and you know we had those 25 wins. Jeff Gordon had three of them and guys like Jimmy Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr and Michael Waltrip and strong Marilyn Kelly Yarbrough ahead three and there's a whole bunch of individuals that had wins with the Chevy Bowtie at the Daytona 500. So we have a lot of Chevy drivers that would love to Have an opportunity to get to the front of the pack in that last lap and put a win on the board to make it 25. It's a lot lot of intense competition, but that's what we love about this place. A couple of weeks ago, we got a peek at the Corvette's making some noise and the Rolex 24. Now the Corvette is going to be pacing to feel that the Daytona 500 This is the 14th time. I had no idea, but Man, That's a sharp looking car. Yeah, that's right. Well, Corvette Corvette was here a couple weeks ago and won the GPL in class of the 24 hours of Daytona. That was terrific. Win the fourth time we won that race and today at to be pacing the 2500 with this 2021 Corvette stingray Rapid blue color mid engine. It's a mid engine Corvette, which we love is you 51 suspensions. Gotta eat speed. Dual clutch transmission with paddle shifting Theo engines and lt to 6.2 Liter small block V 84995 Horsepower 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds. This is the quickest way for better we've ever built. So we're super excited to be leaving the field the green with this Corvette sting. Right? Well, that will snap your head back for sure. Now. This is also something that I didn't realize everybody talks about the Harley J. Earle Trophy that you get for winning the Daytona 500. But there's a General Motors connection There is well, tell us about that. All there is well, you know, the vehicle that is modeled on top of the Harley J Girl Trophy was actually designed by our first GM style Silent leader, A guy named Harley Jairo. And Harley and his team created this Amazing Firebird. One concept vehicle that was about power, speed and technology of its day was really inspired by kind of the jet age. And, ah lot of the lot of the styling cues very aerodynamic. It's got almost like a pilot's cockpit for the driver and also the in Delta shaped wings on the left and right. It has a vertical stabilizer has a pet a tube which measures air pressure just like we do in in aircraft. And that vehicle was built in 1953. And we did you did 1954. GM's motor Rama was like our traveling auto show of the day. And so Harley Jeryl and Bill France Sr became friends over the years and together they created this trophy bill created the trophy and featured the Firebird on it. And if you're the Daytona National Speedway, the surely experienced center, which is on the infield to the right of victory Lane. We actually have the real Firebird. One concept. That's my love that famous trophy, so there's a lot of drivers that want to get their hands on that trophy today. Let's look a little beyond this weekend because there are some significant milestones for Chevrolet that are Reachable this year. You guys might get to 800 wins and cup competition. You might get your 40th Cup series championship. Give us an idea of the significance of those stats as they figure into the grand scheme of things, and maybe a little teaser about special activities. You have plans if you hit those numbers. Yeah, well, there's no question we have 795 cup wins right at this point, more than any other manufacturing and competition. We're so proud of that. What we love about racing is that we certainly appreciate all the history and the facts of the past. But it's about the next win and the next chapter of performance on the track, So we were so excited about that, and I look at our driver lineup. We have one of the youngest driver lineups in terms of volumes of any manufacturer and you just take a look at you Get William Byron at 23 Chase Elliott just turned 25, Alex Bowman and 27 Larson and 28 Red X 25 Russ, Chest Pains 28 US military Kurt Busch, their oldest driver, 42. We have a young group of drivers, and they're back again, many of them that team Chevy, and they're getting more and more experienced super excited about what that means for Chevrolet in the future. The future doesn't stop now because the new next Gen car comes in next year. And I know Chevrolet has been heavily involved in trying to make that project happen along with the other manufacturers..

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What happened to the Postal Service?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:27 min | 2 years ago

What happened to the Postal Service?

"If you had the United States postal service as a partisan political proxy on your Twenty Twenty Election Bingo card. You. Win. I guess the politics of it we will assume you're mostly familiar with speaker. Nancy Pelosi is calling the house back into session legislation likely postmaster general and CEO Louis Joy has said he will testify. But as all of that plays out a detour here if we might to the postal services business model reality yes. The digital age has brought its challenges to the USPS but as Congress tries to figure out how to repair the damage. Might do well to look in the mirror for a little bit. Here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer. The Postal Service is supposed to be self funded not getting any government money, but the post office is still tightly regulated by Congress and in two thousand and six Congress passed a law requiring the postal service to prepay health benefits for retirees. Jim Campbell is a lawyer and consultant on the Postal Service resorted the postal service to pay for ten years about five and. A half billion dollars a year into this prepayment fund that thinking was paid forward. Make sure the money is there when retirees need it. But Campbell, says federal agencies don't have to make these prepayments and the post office couldn't do it. Campbell says it missed more than half of the payments to make matters worse congress capped postal office price increases for letters circulars at the rate of inflation. So the postal services kind of caught in this squeeze. Cornell University public. Policy Professor, Getty's says Congress, also still requires the post office to deliver to every mailbox in the country six days a week. So this is a recipe for fiscal problems serious fiscal problems and serious debt frank disco has been tracking that he's chief actuary at the US Government Accountability Office. He says the postal services more than one hundred, sixty, billion dollars in debt over the past decade, the dead and unfunded liabilities like pensions and healthcare have outpaced the revenues the. Postal Service takes in. So it's doubled from a little more than one times annual revenue to over double annual revenue to disco says the Postal Service has been losing money for a decade, not a sustainable business model, but the post office can't change that model without Congressional

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Man, young boy shot at New Jersey high school football game

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Man, young boy shot at New Jersey high school football game

"And two people were injured at a high school football game on Friday night in southern New Jersey the shooting people in the stands and players in the field running for their lives Pleasantville high school was playing Camden high school near Atlantic city it was in the third quarter and then this happened the game was suspended and the young boy addition an adult male was also injured and taken to the hospital the shooter is still

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Pat Sajak undergoes emergency surgery, Vanna White to host 'Wheel of Fortune' in his place

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Pat Sajak undergoes emergency surgery, Vanna White to host 'Wheel of Fortune' in his place

"A game show host was rushed to the hospital with more here's USA radio's John hunt wheel of fortune host Pat Sajak had to have emergency surgery and his longtime co host Vanna white will fill in for him while he recovers the show said in a statement that Thursday's taping was canceled as the seventy three year old see Jack underwent successful surgery to correct a blocked intestines the sixty two year old Vanna white stepped up as a host when taping resumed for episodes that will air starting December night the statement says Hey Jack is resting comfortably looking forward to returning but does not know how long he's expected to be out or how long white will continue to act as host Sajak and white have co hosted the show since the early nineteen

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Trump: Transcript of another call will "probably" be released Tuesday

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Trump: Transcript of another call will "probably" be released Tuesday

"President trump is promising to release a transcript possibly on Tuesday another call with Ukraine's president karlinsky transcript you'll see the call your second dress good because I actually had two calls with the president of Ukraine so you'll read the second goal and you'll tell me if you think there's anything wrong with it what was discussed during a call between the leaders in July prompted the impeachment

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2019's Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

2019's Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live

"Financial website ranking the nation's cities by how veteran friendly they are USA radio's Chris Barnes with the very latest now from Washington DC so it's just one measure of such a thing but wallet hub has compared the one hundred largest U. S. cities looking at things like livability affordability and overall veteran friendliness to find the best and worst places for the nation's more than nineteen million veterans to lay down their roots well here you go Detroit Michigan listed as the worst city in the nation for veterans to live other cities at the bottom five our Newark New Jersey Jersey city New Jersey Memphis Tennessee in Indianapolis Indiana Tampa Florida is ranked as the best city in the nation for veterans I'm Chris

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Decorating early for Christmas makes you happier, expert says

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Decorating early for Christmas makes you happier, expert says

"Is right around the corner and a new study finds decorating early for the holiday season can actually make you a happier person this study published in the journal of environmental psychology found people often associate Christmas decorations with feelings of all the excitement from childhood we make you and the founder of mine textures tells us in a world full of stress and anxiety people like to associate the things that make them happy in Christmas decorations evoke strong feelings of the childhood days this sense of nostalgia can definitely Bowsher happiness but it can also be mixed with sadness if you lost a loved one for example decorating early can help you connect to the positive memories I'm John Clemens

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Washington Nationals thank Trump during White House visit

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Washington Nationals thank Trump during White House visit

"President trump welcomes the World Series champs to the White House USA radio's timbered reports president trump welcomes the Washington nationals to the White House to celebrate the team's twenty nineteen World Series championship naps first baseman Ryan Zimmerman thanks to president for hosting them Mister president mean my teammates first of all like to thank you for having us here this is a with an incredible honor that I think all of us all we'll never we'll never forget and would also like to thank you for keeping everyone here safe in our country eleven of the forty players on the nationals roster decided not to attend the ceremony for USA radio news I'm Robert

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Comedian Rip Taylor has died at 84

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Comedian Rip Taylor has died at 84

"I have to take on the legendary comedian rip Taylor passed away in Beverly hills according to his publicist he believed the more exaggerated the gag the bigger the laugh any over emphasized everything from his shaggy brown to pay and bushy mustache to the campy props that with the basics of his bit one of his more memorable big screen appearances was when he played himself in Wayne's world two he also was a regular on the Hollywood squares match game and super password rip Taylor was eighty four years old for USA radio news on when the

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Poll: Warren ahead of Biden nationally, with the two in a virtual tie

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Poll: Warren ahead of Biden nationally, with the two in a virtual tie

"The new national poll from Quinnipiac university finds that US senator Elizabeth Warren is slightly ahead of former vice president Joe Biden twenty seven to twenty five percent and given the margin of error for the survey that means it's a virtual tie shoes ten twelve points in the last month and a half you have to call a huge swings that's Quinnipiac pollster timolol you speaking to NBC news this comes on the heels of polls in Iowa and New Hampshire of voters in those states binding Warren slightly ahead as

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Trump to deploy more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Trump to deploy more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack

"President trump has decided to deploy additional support of hundreds of military troops to Saudi Arabia and the UAE in response to Iran's alleged attack on a Saudi oil facility state department spokesman Morgan Ortega's on the administration's decision what you're saying is for the first time in forty years there is an administration that is telling the Islamic Republic of Iran is telling that reaching No you will not behave this way and that's why we see their acting out because the maximum pressure campaign is

More than 2,000 still missing in the Bahamas

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

More than 2,000 still missing in the Bahamas

"More than two thousand people still missing right now in the Bahamas since hurricane Dorian head as a cat five USA radio's John Clemens report that estimate is been made more than a week after the hurricane swept through the carribean island chain many are praying that those numbers may include evacuees who fled to shelters Ronnie and prime minister Herbert menace made a nationally televised address to establish the priorities for instance foremost but the priority on notifying families and giving them the help they need to clean the category five storm struck the area on September first was sustained winds of one hundred and eighty five miles an hour I'm John

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Trump threatens to use obscure federal law to 'order' U.S. companies to cut ties in China

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Trump threatens to use obscure federal law to 'order' U.S. companies to cut ties in China

"President trump is in France for the G. seven summit this weekend but there are leaders including Britain's Boris Johnson they they're concerned over his trade war with China the president is now threatening to use the emergency authority granted by an obscure nineteen seventy seven act to order American businesses to cut ties to China he later tweeted that he was threatening to make use of the international emergency economic powers act which was intended to target terrorists and rogue regimes it's still not clear if you can or will try to use the act forced American businesses to separate from China this is USA radio news

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Special prosecutor appointed to re-investigate Jussie Smollett case

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Special prosecutor appointed to re-investigate Jussie Smollett case

"An Illinois judge name the former US attorney as a special prosecutor to lead an investigation into the authorities handling of the just the small it case in which he reported he been assaulted by two men who shouted derogatory slurs a judge appointed Daniel web to look into the case which stems from the small it's reported as salt in Chicago in January investigators at first attempted to locate the assailants but eventually declared the story was a hoax and prosecutors charge the former empire star with several counts of filing a false police report prosecutors said they believed Malek stage the attack to drum up popularity and sympathy for his career prosecutors dropped the charges in March and evidentiary files were sealed the judge appointed web after thirty other Illinois prosecutors turned down the appointment

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Trump threatens to retaliate against countries like Japan, Uruguay that issued travel warnings

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Trump threatens to retaliate against countries like Japan, Uruguay that issued travel warnings

"From says the United States will respond after several nations have issued travel warnings after a series of deadly mass murders in the United States we are a very reciprocal nation with me is that when somebody does something negative we do it several countries including Japan Germany Venezuelan Canada have issued advisories about gun violence after the murders that left more than thirty people dead in the

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China's yuan falls below sensitive level of 7 to US dollar

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

China's yuan falls below sensitive level of 7 to US dollar

"Crime the Chinese yen has now fallen below the politically sensitive level of seven to the US dollar possibly adding to trade tensions with Washington the tightly controlled currency weakened to seven point zero one to the dollar following president Donald trump's latest threat of terrifying on Chinese goods the level of seven yen to the dollar has no economic significance but could revive U. S. intention to the

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Home Depot shoppers threaten to boycott after learning the co-founder gave millions to help elect Trump

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Home Depot shoppers threaten to boycott after learning the co-founder gave millions to help elect Trump

"So Bernie Marcus who left the board of home depot one of the founders of home depot comes out and says he's given money to the trump whatever so on Twitter all these idiots and he's left this little whatever you wanna call it they want to protest the hell out of this great man Bernie Marcus and hold people by the way Bernie Marcus and can learn grown and Arthur blank created hundreds of billions of wealth millions of jobs I can I can go on and on of both the company as well as for any market given away slowly into dollars charity to children to hospitals to education to the downtrodden political protests them amazing we had a problem with the Starbucks also one person makes a mistake protests Starbucks because one person in one store makes a mistake about the police people are insane by the way I had some of the insanity of I I repented with Nike did the thing with copper neck I was like first thing I said is I'm not wearing not Nike anymore and then I looked in the mirror and I said what you a moron free will free speech anyway you get my

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Unemployment rate rises to 3.7% as U.S. economy adds 224,000 jobs

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Unemployment rate rises to 3.7% as U.S. economy adds 224,000 jobs

"The government jobs report for June shows a job creation rebound as we hear from you essays Chris Barnes the labor department says the US economy added around two hundred twenty four thousand new jobs in June that's a bounce back from may's week seventy five thousand jobs performance analysts were expecting growth this time of only about a hundred sixty five thousand new jobs while jobs increased so did the unemployment rate the rate rising to three point seven percent in June after holding a three point six percent for several

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Can Trump End DACA? Supreme Court Will Decide.

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Can Trump End DACA? Supreme Court Will Decide.

"The supreme court has announced they'll take up the controversial issue of the deferred action for childhood arrivals known as Dhaka John Clemens reports the issues over the administration's attempt to dismantle the program that impacts almost seven hundred thousand immigrants called dreamers Leonard the US illegally as children, or came with families overstayed their visas, Mr. Trump ended the DACA program in two thousand seventeen prompting several protests, including litigation that involved three federal districts in to appeals courts that blocked the. The attempt to dismantle the program. Well, one district court ruled in Mr. Trump's favor, the program remains in effect until at least June of next year. I'm John Clemens.

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