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Boston Mayor Kim Janey unveils ‘Hope’ campaign to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations
"Down a a new half campaign point. NASDAQ rolled out by futures the acting falling mayor for of Boston, Dow Kim futures Janey, holding it's onto positive called Hope territory to encourage up two every points. Bostonian I'm to get vaccinated. Joan Doniger Bloomberg Every dose Business on of WBZ, the covert 19 Boston's vaccine news radio. brings us All one right step there, Joan closer and coming to putting up here Has the in pandemic prompted just a lot a few of behind pushback. moments, Hardly. us. the latest Water skiing on covert is Every 19 allowed dose gives remote between us learning. seven new a.m. hope and a And half for a new a hour brighter survey before
"joan doniger" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You still need to show up prepared or saying a green wave as far as equities go Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager. Kind of the effort is already laying plans for the next round of doses. U. S relations with China could take a twist weekday mornings at five Eastern. How Close was Tesla to Being part of the Apple empire on Bloomberg Radio? The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. This is a Bloomberg money minute if you could buy it online. We've been doing that for close to a year now, and we're seeing more evidence of how that's benefiting companies that make it easier. Papal profit tripled last quarter. What the company called its strongest quarter ever. 16 million people who didn't use PayPal before the holiday quarter signed up for new active accounts. Venmo active accounts rose by a third as well. EBay to saw its profits jump and Wall Street likes that it sees more of the same coming this quarter, not the same success for Grubhub. The company spent more on marketing and on trying to help its clients, the restaurant struggling through the pandemic. Reported the loss for last quarter. All those sales grew by close to half. If Qualcomm is right, A lot of us will be buying new smartphones this year. It is the biggest maker of chips for smartphones and counts Apple and Samsung his customers, It's He's a lot of sales from people looking to spend on five G iPhones on Wall Street today, a pause after this week's rally, the Dow Rose 36. The NASDAQ fell to the S and P edged up by four. Joan Doniger Bloomberg radio. Imagine being fired because of who, you love. Imagine being denied medical treatment because of who you marry. Imagine being evicted because of who you are. Millions of Americans don't have to imagine this. They have to live it because in 31 states, it's legal to discriminate against LGBT people. Get the.
No delay in minimum-wage hike to $14 per hour on New York's Long Island
"The tri state business report with Bloomberg's Joan Doniger Nathan The minimum wage goes up today in Long Island in West Chester USA today says it will go up a dollar in those areas to $14 an hour. Only New Jersey The standard minimum wage will rise to $12 an hour tomorrow in Connecticut. It will go up to $13 an hour
U.S. Warehouse Jobs Are Booming During the Pandemic
"The pandemic has changed the shape of the labor market, though Dow Jones says jobs in retail bars and restaurants haven't come back, but the number of warehouse and courier jobs has grown by almost a quarter between February and November. It's also changing, where investors are putting their money once again, where houses are winners. A forecast from Nuveen Real estate says investors air ready to pull money out of office buildings They see the work from home trend continuing and shifted to warehouses with the growth of e commerce. From the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Joan Doniger on w T O P.
"joan doniger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"L. WRA Joan Doniger yeah this is in the high times magazine and sadly no well okay now well apparently they're in trouble yeah that's part of the problem I guess you know more of us need to subscribe enough it's high time for the cannabis industry but not for high times itself the publisher of the forty five year old magazine according to the New York Post of it has warned shareholders it may have to shut down its more than a hundred five million dollars in debt part of the problem high times has been snapping up rival publications including dope culture and green rush daily it runs pop themed concerts and events but it's crowdsourced effort to go public may have all together now gone up in smoke and it may have to shut down the long because of the make up to high times we used to have centerfolds that had like a pound a pound of pot on the set and she it was pretty funny it's great yeah great idea all right then we have what news of big lots what's happened there yeah big lots swung to a profit because of the big sale but not necessarily in the store big lots is sold it's California distribution center and just that really save the quarter for the company it's all same store sales slip a little bit but last quarter after this quarter it's the holidays but it is expecting only a very slight rise a slight increase in comparable sales okay her hard time sleeping last like the new the jobs report was coming out today so the GM John high times thing it was funny please read set and see but bound above my gosh all right jobs report and the GM strike him back what we what we think the other end of the strike may solve the November jobs report for some flavor their economists surveyed by Bloomberg are predicting an increase of about a hundred eighty three thousand jobs added to the economy last month about forty thousand from the end of the strike the report comes out less than an hour and a half trade tensions have been looming over economic expansion though so we have to see but there are reports this morning that China's working on waivers for U. S. pork and soy tariffs and all of this has Wall Street encouraged so S. and P. futures are up seven nasdaq futures thirty Dow futures up seventy points from the Bloomberg news remind Joan Doniger on newsradio seven hundred WLW facts on the traffic.
"joan doniger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Joan Doniger joins us today and John this is a big day for apple iPhones dance right the new iPhones are unveiled this this afternoon and event in Cupertino California apple headquarters but you know people are yawning they're not really expected to bring anything new and different however we may be ready for them just the same because analysts think apple could sell as many as two hundred million of the new models because we all need to upgrade of about a third or more the upgrades could come from customers in China according to what bush that's even with a trade war the Wedbush analysts say this really is a trade in here for apple phones do the price ranges and stayed about the same do we know yeah those private price ranges stayed about the same and I talk to analysts to say you know if you want to sell more phones bring the price down yeah there you are all right Facebook being sued. yes and a federal judge says Facebook's views on privacy your quote so wrong he's ordering the social network to face most of the nation wide lawsuit that asks for damages for leading third party such as Cambridge analytica get access to our private data without our consent the ruling rejects the idea that the user suffered no tangible harm from that. that way of attorneys general across the country looking at Google for anti trust purposes that's right now it's Google's turn Texas is in the lead here and they're looking at what if they've term Google's potential monopolistic behavior but experts say what this could mean is that Google's parent alphabet might end up being forced to spin officers search engine is a separate company now. the B. sometime down the road all right what if you just look like all right now they're looking like you're racing for the flight line investors have been holding back a little but S. and P. futures are down to nasdaq futures down eight and Dow futures down just a point. all right Joe Doniger thank you very much to get close to eleven eleven right..
"joan doniger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It comes the Bloomberg market minute on seven hundred w l true. No Joan Doniger in this morning morning, Joan. all right how are you good i want to ask you about bernie sanders but i have facebook and the news yeah right i think if it is a free speech supreme court facebook is trying to put one together it's an oversight board and that would grapple with one of the toughest problems that's facing the show social network you know making content decisions facebook trying to agree on its fundamental structure and we're like really in the early stages here they haven't even decided how many number of members would be on this board how they would be picked or how many posts to review all of that stuff still undecided it's early days spans caesars entertainment new owner yeah new gaming company in the u._s. now bigger than all the rest this morning eldorado resorts is buying caesars the deal valued at about nine billion dollars caesar's have been pushed into this by activists carl icahn the company's been trying to cope with a leveraged buyout that happened to let eleven years ago but it left it with a mountain of debt hey i've got a couple of kids in college one on the way also so this is very near and dear to my heart i wanna thank bernie sanders he's going to pay off all my student loan debt right know what law street will one land for this and it's forty five million americans who do oh college loan a one point six trillion dollars in debt well sanders bill that he's going to introduce today would tax wall street transactions would come to about a half of one percent on all stock transactions and a tenth of one percent on bond trades a little less painful than well then let me think wall street for paying off my student loans not yet we'll see okay on wall street things are looking up s and p futures up five nasdaq futures sixteen doubt futures up forty four from the bloomberg newsroom i'm joan doniger on newsradio seven hundred wwl w traffic.
"joan doniger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve eleven Rudy Giuliani. President Trump's personal attorney putting off plans to travel to the Ukraine claiming concerns over who he might end up dealing with their Giuliani explains. Why on Fox News, I'm not going to go because I think I'm walking into a group of people that are enemies of the president in some cases enemies of the United States Giuliani plan to leave tomorrow to push for two investigations one being the origin of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference the other being the involvement of former vice president Joe Biden's, son hunter in a gas company owned by Ukrainian oligarch Bob cusak. Editor in chief of the hill on the possible political motivations behind Giuliani strip. Leon took a lot of heat for that. And really looking into the ties of Biden son to Ukraine, but they're worried about Joe Biden, Joe Biden's dot enough to very good. Start. He's dominating the primary. He's definitely the front runner and they're nervous about him in general election. It's twelve twelve time for a check on sports with WBZ's Joel stern Fenway the Red Sox. Mariners play the second of three reports solo two three gets the start. He'll be a post by one or three Felix Hernandez. Boston comes off last night's fourteen. One win Mitch Moreland with a three run home run Rafael Devers solo shot. Both driving four strong outing for water Rodriguez who pitches. Seven scoreless manager, Alex Cora has been very consistent and different ways to you makes it just moments, and you can see there's a lot of confidence airframe to go seven Golden State of answers to the Western Conference finals will the face the winner of the Portland Denver series the warriors playing without the injured. Kevin durant? Eliminate houston. Eighteen thirteen Steph curry scores thirty three all in the second half. Head coach Steve Kerr on moving on a great basketball team. But we're thrilled to be moving on and excited to have this one in our rear view mirror. And now we've got a lot more work ahead of H L A sharks host of losing game. One of the Western Conference finals the Bruins leading one game battle the hurricanes on Sunday at TD garden and tonight, the revolution under new interim coach, Mike Lapper, ho San Jose. I'm Joel stern WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio news.
U.S. holiday shopping season best in six years: report
"The US they're in bad shape. Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w the wild rom com. Life itself has been named the worst picture of two thousand eighteen by film. Critics group the critics called the movie quote ill-conceived over rod predictable and painfully manipulative other big turkeys of twenty eighteen the John Travolta mob bio pic Gotti, which got an unprecedented zero on rotten tomatoes, and the muppet murder mystery the happy time murders, you didn't get a car for Christmas. Join the club now is actually the best time to fix that. This year is the busiest and best time of year for car sales. Vic Vaughn runs Toyota, Bernie, sell probably three times a new cars on a daily basis last week is typically two weeks worth of business. He says all the manufacturers put the most incentives in at the end of the year. Can you get drunk on candy? Will apparently Joan Doniger from Bloomberg says. Yeah, she's got today's in focus report. If candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker. What is liquor infused candy and investment board member at the medical marijuana producer till Ray is putting more than two and a half million dollars into a British company that believes candy should be fun for adults to Technomic. David hankins doesn't see this disrupting an industry. The overall impact on beverage alcohol is probably going to be minimal notes beverage alcohol. Sales have been falling in recent years. He says due to the changing tastes of the consumer end. While candy producers Smith insane Claire is planning to use the infusion of capital to come to the US by next Christmas. You see some issues ahead, certainly some of the consumer rights groups are gonna look at this and wonder if this is being targeted toward children the four year old candy maker buys directly from distillers. But even there Hanka sees cautious. There's a lot of big brands that would be very leery to attach their name to a candy. He says it will work only as a novelty gonna really remain a niche market.
"joan doniger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A check on business news with Bloomberg's Joan Doniger, Josh Google is speeding up its timetable to close the social network, nobody really used Google plus, but that is because the software glitch has exposed the private info fifty two million people to app developers, and that's timely considering Google CEO is set to go before congress today to talk privacy time is the issue for travelers hurts his looking to get you through the rental-car process at top speed. It's partnering with the service called clear that uses biometrics to do it. A phone conversation with China apparently to set up trade talks a timetable for that is setting up Wall Street, and we're China may be ready to move to cut car. Tariffs is giving Wall Street some caffeine. Dow futures up two hundred twenty five points. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. A report commissioned by the US Olympic Committee finds a lack of internal action at USA gymnastics and Michigan State University. After reports emerged about sexual assault allegations against. Dr Larry Nassar, we get more from correspondent Jordan Aaron the report calls out USA g the USOC in Michigan state for ignoring red flags, not recognizing Nassar's grooming behaviors. And in some cases, dismissing calls for help it also accuses those organizations of shunning, shaming and disbelieving survivors. The report also accuses former MSU gymnastics coach Kathy Klay, informer twist stars owner John Jeter of repeatedly ignoring athletes, claims of abuse and defending Nassar, even as the allegations. Mount in the US Olympic Committee has fired performance chief Alan Ashley in the wake of that report autumn Harris the woman charged in the crash that killed a five year old girl. In revere has pleaded not guilty to motor vehicle homicide and is currently being held on ten thousand dollars bail. Her aunt told reporters outside the courtroom Harris has admitted to investigators that she took prescription pain medication for spinal issues the night before the incident. She doesn't know of medications used on the flakes. All. The.
Fed points to December rate hike but is worried about tariffs and debt
"Dropped by as much as six percents. What reporting earnings only twice a year help companies like game. Stop President Trump suggested that now the SEC is looking into it. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg radio economics. Are
"joan doniger" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"News, and Joan Doniger, John Kelly, investors, not pulling out of their rut this morning. At least not ahead of this latest batch of earnings reports investors are worried about profits not rising as far and as fast as they did in the last couple of quarters right now ups in helping prophets were fine last quarter. But sales came up a little shorter targets. So the Dow down or rather and futures are down fifteen points. Nasdaq futures forty four Dow futures falling another hundred nine so is it just collecting data. Or is it surveillance when companies such as Google and Facebook, keep track of your information, apple CEO? Tim cook definitely comes down on the surveillance side of the equation. He spoke at a conference on privacy in Belgium today. He says the stockpiles of data do nothing, but make rich the companies that collect them, and it should he says make us all uncomfortable. Just a few months ago those meal kit companies, you know, think blue apron, we're Wall Street's darlings, and that kind of faded when the companies went public now, though, the Wall Street Journal says restaurant and grocery deliveries are the big thing with investors figuring that's a trend that is not going away. Pitchbook reporting venture capital firms have put three and a half billion dollars into delivery services among them insta- card door, dashing post mates. That's so far this year that's more than triple the amount. Last year. I'm Joan Doniger on eight ten and one zero three one WG y Joan right now, mostly sunny, forty three at eight sixteen through joined by Steve Boucher time to talk a little bit of money right now. I see Kelly thought couple of interesting kind of disturbing money stories yesterday. There's a go banking rates survey that showed almost sixty percent of Americans have less than a thousand dollars in their savings account and about one and three people have no savings at all. You know that happens in this country ten years ago when we went through the great recession people were really scared. About their future in the savings rate actually went up. I keep saying that was one of the good things that came out of that great recession it twelve people that they needed to save. But now as we go through some good times, and we've had ten great years. People aren't thinking that way in this survey is really disturbing. There are so many people out there that just won't be able to retire or they'll have to live on social security, which averages about sixteen seventeen thousand dollars a year. And if you can live on that that's great. If you can't you're gonna be in trouble. So people we always say people need to pay themselves. I they need to put money into their pension plan at work or a Roth or traditional IRA come out of their checking account before they get used to spending it if they do that. Then when they spend what's left over they won't feel as bad. It's just getting people used to paying themselves. I so the reason that most people cited for not having any savings. I'm living paycheck to paycheck. I have a low salary have a high cost of living had too much debt. Don't have a savings. Account and I forgot so some of those are valid reasons like salary and living paycheck to paycheck. But I forgot is really not a good enough reason. But this may be another reason that people will have any money in their savings account is there is a report released by the United way came out yesterday and showed about half of people in our area are struggling financially and about forty three percent of households. Just in the capital region are living just at the poverty level that seems awfully high to me it is. And we talked about this. You'd think about Amazon coming this Kodak eight hundred jobs, and these are going to be pretty good paying jobs for people that can't find work in. That's what this capital region area needs or more these jobs where people are getting paid a little bit more than minimum wage with some benefits. So they feel good about living here and raising their family. They can afford to raise their family. How many times do we talk about? Just the price of gasoline coming down in those few dollars every week. That are tumors are able to save for some consumers. They may not. Realize they're saving it look for these low income consumers. They absolutely no they're saving money in their pocket. And that's money. They can spend elsewhere on their family, and that's huge. So I'm not surprised by this week. There's a lot of people out there that are truly just trying to get by the people that need our help. Somehow, someway, Steve who talked about social security moment ago. There was a report that the checks will grow in two thousand nineteen but at the same time we're talking about the possibility of cuts to social security and Medicare what's happening here. Yeah. Well, you know, the social security this is believe it or not in the last seven years the highest increase that social security we have received at two point eight percent. It's like thirty nine dollars a month on average that people are going to get a bump in their social security check once again, some people will say all what's thirty nine dollars. But you take those people that are just living trying to get by thirty nine dollars is a lot. Now, you have the. The tax reform last year from the president in his administration that is taking revenue off the table. That's hurting our deficit in some people feel that social security needs to make cuts, and they probably do they just won't touch it. Now, they need to make anybody on social security, now know anybody nearing social security age. No what they can do is take the full retirement age. And maybe bumped it from sixty seven sixty eight that sports might move will make a huge difference in how much money's paid out. And that gives young people forty fifty years the plan on that. Should they be able to plan for that? Absolutely. These are just the small tweaks that social security can make but it's a time bomb. Nobody in Washington wants to touch it. But we really need to look at it. The deficit this country is out of control, and how much weren't dead is just being on what we can really except. You could hear Steve every. Saturday at noon here on WNYC Boucher. Thank you so much. All right. Kelly by read. Now. Eight twenty one on eight ten and one two three one WG why traffic.
Apple buys startup focused on lenses for AR glasses
"Minute, apple has a new business it's bought. A startup, that focuses on making lenses for augmented reality glasses analysts see that as a. Sign apple has ambitions to make a wearable device that, would superimpose the digital world. On the real one something along that line may help you feel downtime at the airport the first airport video game lounges opened a few weeks ago at Dallas Fort, Worth there, are three dozen Microsoft. XBox, is, for, use New. York's JFK however is hosting its virtual reality, experience center this summer the company that designed it says it's gotten hundreds of calls from interested
Bloomberg, US and Joan Doniger Bloomberg discussed on Chuck and Kelly
"Toyota is doing. What GM did investing in ridesharing and self. Driving technology it's putting another half billion dollars into Uber Uber will put itself driving technology into Toyota Sienna minivans, for, Uber's use, on, the, road testing could. Start in about three.
Walmart develops website to defend itself further against Amazon
"Door America's research group founder break beamer says creating, a website that would attract customers visually would allow, them. To compete better with Amazon he says WalMart's done it, million do websites Temporary pause Amazon may. Have helped. Change retail but brick and mortar. Stories aren't going away the online mattress company casper for instance. Plans to. Open some physical stores beamer, says, there are other categories to in. Which people need to try things, out before ordering gotta figure out which. Categories or consumers not wanting to. Shop something else, to figure. Out how, to get millennials into stores he thinks the next innovation might be the drive through the. Banks and, the
Joan Doniger, China and Trump discussed on PBS NewsHour
"The regular twenty four months cd ray being offered by the bank at the time of free no penalty may be imposed for withdrawals before maturity rates subject to change without notice other terms and rates available eagle bank member fdic member dif tariffs trade bringing wall street down joan doniger from bloomberg investors find the escalating tone of the moves on trade from the trump administration and china scary that sent the dow back into negative territory for the year the dow fell two hundred eighty seven points the nasdaq twentyone the snp eleven president trump has ordered another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods identified for tariffs in two hundred billion more than that if china retaliates china's response quote if the us loses its census and publishes such list end quote it will retaliate netflix shares top four hundred dollars for the first time today finishing the session above that by about five dollars analysts think that flex we'll see more subscriber growth this year a stream becomes a bigger part of the media world business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty and remember when you're away from your radio you can still hear busy on the.
"joan doniger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's joan doniger joan still seeing those arrows pointing down absolutely sherry wall street starting the week worried about what happened last week the trump administration tariffs on chinese goods and china's retaliation that has the average is down about two tenths to a half percent the dow falling one hundred forty four points the nasdaq down twelve the s and p nine now those losses are actually ben better than conditions were when wall street started trading losses then ranged from half to one percent fujifilm's said it would do this now it is filed a lawsuit in federal court in new york the company looking for more than a billion dollars in damages from xerox for walking away from steel to combine the two companies fuji film says xerox reached its agreements because it called off the deal without caused earlier this month fujifilm's said it would not pay the price activist investor carl icahn said he would pay for their wanted rather for the printer maker it is the first arrest of a volkswagen executive board member relating to the diesel emissions cheating scandal it happened in germany the chief of aws luxury brand audi has been arrested in connection with the investigation of his role in the affair munich prosecutors had added rupert statler to the list of suspects that targeted about twenty people audi isn't commenting business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty thank you joe zone and we have a reminder for you you can listen to wbz radio anytime on the iheart app download it for.
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Apple, Facebook and Joan Doniger discussed on Bloomberg Best
"Council urged market minute investors were in an apple polishing mood even before the company came out with the numbers investors wanted to see during trading apple shares rose two percent and that led attack rally it helped the nasdaq finish one percent higher on a gain of sixty four points the dow lost sixty four a quarter percent the s and p gained that much on a seven point win when apple did report after the bell it was just what the doctor ordered for investors nervous about last quarter's iphone sales but they came in three percent higher than in the same quarter last year and the higher price pushed up revenue so investors weren't too worried sales came in just short of analysts target's shares rose in post market trading snap shares however fell post market after its firstquarter sales fell short of forecasts users had balked at the redesign of its photo sharing app and facebook made another company shares fall with the announcement that it is rolling out a dating feature match shares fell some twenty percent i'm joan doniger a commercial message time is running out in just over twenty years it is estimated that ridiculous giraffe numbers have fallen from thirty six.
Disney, Fox and Bloomberg discussed on
"British regulators say that disney will be forced to make a mandatory takeover offer for sky that's provided disney completes its steady two billion dollar takeover of most of twenty first century fox and fox doesn't by the pay tv company i fox already owns thirty nine percent of sky another major apparel retailers giving up on bridal wear bloomberg's joan doniger has the story gaps wedding ten way brand which is operated shops within banana republic stores announced plans to close within the next few months though the company hopes to continue serving customers online it will only guarantee orders through june eleventh the demise of the brand which focused on bridesmaid dresses follows j crews decision to shutter its wedding dress business in two thousand sixteen dropping wedding way may help get focus on the hill healthier parts of its business including navy joan doniger bloomberg radio brooklyn may claim the popularity contest but manhattan still home to the city's highest earners that's the upshot from bloomberg analysis of household earnings by zip code but showed five of the top twenty areas with the highest adjusted gross income in the northeast in manhattan none were in brooklyn half of the top twenty zip codes in the northeast we're in commuter towns in new york new jersey and connecticut coming up growth in espn investing i'm outta guilty little this is bloomberg adopt us kids presents switching your business to fire is easier than you think with installation times that work around you firm price quotes upfront and a credit to help you break free from your current contract get files one hundred fifty meg internet and business digital voice for one fourteen ninety nine a month for the first year only ten dollars more to second term agreement plus a two hundred dollars visa gift card call eight seven seven get files or click on the banner to learn more online price for new customers taxes fees and equipment charges in terms apply one eighty over one eleven and i had a stroke i couldn't speak walk this is high blood pressure get back on your plan good lower your hp dot org brought to you by the.
Federal Reserve and Wall Street
"On koa newsradio when you want the news here's your flash briefing but you want a little more while you're at play koa on iheartradio here you go koa newsradio listen on your amazon echo or google home speaker in the morning it's the information you want i want just want to be informed it's the information you need really need to know the condition colorado's morning news mornings five to ten on koa newsradio brought his manager bud black hey listen to rock show is looking forward to two thousand eighteen the rock show get us on koa anytime on your radio koa newsradio this is a bloomberg market minute the federal reserve may be looking at making the biggest bank ruling change of the trump presidency the fed says those changes would simplify rules for big banks without putting the financial system endanger the changes could reduce the possibility banks would fail any stress tests but they would keep rules restricting bank borrowing we're make them tighter cvs health says it has a new tool to help you save money the prescription savings finder program will alert the company's thirty thousand pharmacists to cheaper drug options and if the program finds one the pharmacist would ask patient permission to contact the doctor to make the switch wall street is bracing for the possibility of a us military strike on syria with a slight walk back in stock futures sp futures are down twelve points nasdaq futures off twentysix dow futures falling seventy nine and crude oil futures are up about a quarter to sixty five seventy three a barrel i'm joan doniger radio we're streaming live at koa newsradio dot com and on the free iheartradio app you bodies away now it's time to wake up your brain you're listening to america's first news this morning with gordon deal to make sure no other app developers out there are misusing data we're now investigating every single app that had access to a large amount of information in the past and if we find that someone improperly used data we're going to ban them from facebook and tell everyone affected facebook ceo mark zuckerberg on capitol hill in front of senators yesterday he is in front of house lawmakers later today part of today testimony about lawmakers questions into facebook's use of by rather privacy violations it's nine minutes now in front of the.
Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account
"And this is a key wait for the social network facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg is getting ready for what could be to contentious days before congress to explain why it took so long for the company to take seriously word of russian use of the site to spread misinformation during the election campaign and now facebook trying to explain how the data of eighty seven million users got out without permission that has apple co founder steve wozniak saying he's done he's leaving a social network because of what he says is companies carelessness with private user data as presidential tweets go so goes the stock market it seems friday we saw a volatile week close out with losses of more than two percent across the board now today investors may claw back some of that one day loss after president trump tweeted he feels the us and china can work things out trade wise s and p futures are up nineteen points nasdaq futures up sixty dow futures adding one hundred ninety two points i'm joan doniger coming up on colorado's morning news fight club that could be just the movie may be happening at a middle school in inglewood we'll tell you more about that story coming up just after five thirty.
"joan doniger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And demand i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight or nine join us for the next wbz business breakfast a revolution game changing businesses in boston come here from our expert panel creating innovative artificial intelligence technology in boston and beyond it's friday april twentyseventh from eight to ten am it's free to attend and register wbz ten thirty dot com backslash breakfast inspired by the high school students in parkland florida massachusetts students are planning town halls with elected officials across the state today as part of the march for our lives movement the students are using the opportunity to ask lawmakers questions about what they're doing to end gun violence in boston of movement has also focused on ending gun violence in urban areas where gun violence is most prevalent as well as in schools attorney general maura healey says the massachusetts federal district court ruling banning salt weapons allows her office to do its job we get more from wbz's karyn regal as ag he'll he spoke to reporters from behind the podium students working to end gun violence at somerville high school stood behind her and staffers from her office who had worked on the case upheld by a federal judge fill the back of the room on that i think that this is an important decision because not only does it say that assault weapons and large capacity magazines are outside of second amendment protection it affirms the approach taken by this office our ability to enforce massachusetts general laws and our ability and thority to do so asked if she were prepared for an appeal to the supreme court healy said quote oh yes in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty since the band illegal sales of assault weapons of effectively ended in the commonwealth of massachusetts and not everyone is pleased with the gun ruling jim wallace executive director of gun owners action league of massachusetts says the decision should worry us now an attorney general that has been given complete a forty to come up with any interpretations of any laws in.
"joan doniger" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hired by the family of stefan clark contradicts what sacramento police have said about the shooting of the twenty two year old black man more from correspondent nick what they say that the first bullet hit stuff on clark on his side and front which they say suggests that he was not in fact face onto the officers in what the police police officers association says was shooting stance they say he was initially to decide the un security council called an emergency meeting to discuss deadly clashes in gaza between palestinians in israeli troops fifteen were killed by his rarely fire today after thousands of palestine indians marched gaza's border with israel with the intent of crossing into the jewish state five major us airlines may add flights to a van after some carriers dropped service to cuba's capital the transportation department hose roots go to american delta united southwest and jetblue i'm barbara kusak and i'm john metaxas from bloomberg world headquarters a successful launch in california bloomberg's joan doniger reports this morning's relaunch falcon nine rocket carrying ten iridium communication satellites into orbit the launch from california's vandenberg air force base went as planned we had successful liftoff of the falcon nine just a year ago a launch like this on a used rocket was a risky proposition but iridium ceo tells usa today spacex has managed to make that commonplace so the company's next goal may be to broaden its business further the federal communications commission is given space x approval to launch an operate nearly forty five hundred satellites that would provide broadband service to hard to reach places joan doniger bloomberg radio officials in south korea say they're confused by president trump's remark yesterday that he may delay a revamped trade deal the us has reached with south korea until after the nuclear confrontation with north korea is resolved south korean minister of trade industry and energy pike on you speaking in seoul said we're trying to grasp the genuine intent behind president trump's remarks we regard the renegotiation of the free trade agreement has having already been completed smoothly asian stocks have rounded out.
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"A second autopsy performed on the body of an unarmed black man killed by police in sacramento earlier this month found he'd been shot eight times the doctor found six of the shots from the backups to fawn clark who was unarmed when confronted by officers the widow of orlando nightclub gunman who killed forty nine people has been acquitted today in florida charges she helped him plan the two thousand sixteen attack while pleased with the jury's verdict nor psalmist defense team believes her quibble should be a message to the fbi the process being followed by the fbi is adequate it doesn't protect everyone in many state and local agencies require their officers to record an interview either on audio or videotape there was no recording of north solomons statement which was made after eleven hours of questioning the defense successfully argued that statement was coerced rory o'neill orlando wall street is closed today for good friday i'm ann cates and i'm john metaxas from bloomberg world headquarters a successful launch in california bloomberg's joan doniger reports this morning's relaunch of a falcon nine rocket carrying ten iridium communication satellites into orbit the launch from california's vandenberg air force base went as planned we had successful liftoff of the falcon nine just a year ago a launch like this on a used rocket was a risky proposition but iridium ceo tells usa today spacex has managed to make that commonplace so the company's next goal may be to broaden its business further the federal communications commission has given space x approval to launch an operate nearly forty five hundred satellites that would provide broadband service to hard to reach places joan doniger bloomberg radio officials in south korea say they're confused by president trump's remark yesterday that he may delay revamped trade deal the us has reached with south korea until after the nuclear confrontation with north korea is resolved south korean minister of trade industry and energy pike you speaking in seoul said we're trying to grasp the genuine intent behind president trump's remarks we regard the renegotiation of the free trade agreement as having already been completed smoothly asian stocks have rounded out.
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"Is debuting this quarter would company whose brands include robert mondavi wine as increasingly relied on its mexican beer imports to generate us sales charlie pellett the us and european even some asian markets are closed today japan's nikkei trade at one point four percent higher up two hundred ninety five to twenty one four fifty four the shanghai composite edit three tenths of a percent eight points to thirty one sixty eight bogle news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm joan doniger this is bloomberg a special edition of bloomberg daybreak for this friday march thirty us markets are closed for good friday i'm john tucker let's shift to equity markets now volatility has been the word for stocks this week to shed some light on where things stand what investors may expect ahead bloomberg intelligence chief us equity strategist gina martin adams i want to start with the overall economic outlook right now i mean we've heard the economy being described as goldilocks not too hot not too cold i will be quick to remind everybody there were three bears in that story that's right so what's up yeah i think that the economy is generally on pretty sound footing we are potentially on the precipice of seeing goldilocks walk out the door though and the three bears come home because we do see some signs of inflation pressures building the economy and the economy inflation expectations are at a high we haven't seen in several years according to the bond markets we're starting to see import prices accelerate fairly rapidly that's feeding through into producer prices has yet to really feed through in the consumer prices but if some five hundred margins are any indication it probably will over the next six months raise prices it isn't putting pressure on margins margins are expanding faster which would suggest that they are raising prices and that's sort of the pricing power at least so far they do and part of the reason they have that is probably tax reform consumers actually do have enough money to spend a little bit more than the united states and the production chain is in generally pretty sound footing as a result of accelerated global growth around the world not just in the.
Russia tests new nuclear missile that NATO calls 'Satan 2'
"The jury has reached a verdict and cleared noor salman widow of pulse nightclub mass killer omar mateen of all charges not guilty on each count the jury says as several nations and russia expelled each other's diplomats moscow is showing off its newest nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile correspondent phil black reports the kremlin calls it sarmatia in the west the world's heaviest icbm is known as satan to putin very recently just a few weeks ago was boasting about the capabilities of dismissal its size its power multiple warheads it's range its ability the russians say to get through ballistic missile systems president trump's most trusted aide communications director hope hicks has bid farewell to the white house correspondent abbie philip says she may not be replaced so far nobody is in line to take her please sources say the president is being told by some advisers he doesn't need a communication structure the words of staff general john kelly i'm evan haning and i'm joan doniger in the bloomberg newsroom spacex has sent another batch of ten iridium communications satellites on a used falcon nine rocket into orbit from vandenberg air force base in california it's varying this part of a constellation of seventyfive iridium next satellites into place the work should all be done by mid year but spacex is looking now to do this for itself that is one fcc permission to offer broadband service from space itself by using constellation of more than forty four hundred satellites racing around the earth and low orbit the company says the aim is to link the.
Russia tests new nuclear missile that NATO calls 'Satan 2'
"In orlando florida the jury has reached a verdict and cleared noor salman widow of pulse nightclub mass killer omar mateen of all charges not guilty on each count the jury says as several nations and russia expelled each other's diplomats moscow is showing off its newest nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile correspondent phil black reports the kremlin calls it sarmatia in the west the world's heaviest icbm is known as satan to putin very recently just a few weeks ago was boasting about the capabilities of this missile its size it's up multiple warheads it's range its ability the russians say to get through antiballistic missile systems president trump's most trusted aide communications director hope hicks has bid farewell to the white house correspondent abbie philip says she may not be replaced so star nobody is in line to take her place sources say the president is being told by some advisers he doesn't need a communications director staff general john kelly i'm evan haning and i'm joan doniger in the bloomberg newsroom spacex has sent another batch of ten iridium communications satellites on a used falcon nine rocket into orbit from vandenberg air force base in california it's varying this part of a constellation of seventyfive iridium next satellites into place the work should all be done by mid year but spacex is looking now to do this for itself it is one fcc permission to offer broadband service from space itself by using a constellation of more than forty four hundred satellites racing around the earth the low orbit the company says the aim is to link the.
Elena Kagan, John Roberts and University Of California Irvine Law School discussed on Surveillance
"Or driver's license numbers nancy lyons bloomberg radio the more than year long effort to sell toshiba's chip division we'll have to wait longer the japanese technology giant says it has missed an initial deadline to close the sale of its biggest business now that pushes the deal with a group led by being capital backed by at least a month global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm joan doniger this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grosso ahead in this hour a special supreme court edition of bloomberg law the dynamics of the court that often split five to core down ideological lines why the first amendment is at issue in so many cases this term the way justice kennedy goes is often the way the court goes is he retiring and have you noticed the solicitor general has been switching sides lately joining me for this hour to discuss the court or greg stohr bloomberg news supreme court reporter and leah litmanen professor of constitutional law at university of california irvine law school greg we've talked before about the four justices chief justice john roberts justice anthony kennedy steven briar and elena kagan who try for consensus to avoid five for ideological divide what's the importance.
Trump's Chinese tariff announcement leads to huge stock market plunge
"Minute a different kind of march madness in the stock market triggered by tariffs the stock averages lost almost two and a half to three percent with the dow falling seven hundred twenty four points to just short of twenty three nine fifty eight the nasdaq dropped one hundred seventy nine the s and p six thirty eight the dow's big drop has the average on track for its worst march in seventeen years the snp saw its gains for the year disappear investor anxiety about a trade war took off as the trump administration announced fifty billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports investors see a trade war ahead scott wren of the wells fargo investment institute is more optimistic hookers only very low probability of a trade war nike prophets stumbled last quarter on the us corporate tax cut but sales swooshed higher than targets investors like those results nike shares moved higher in post market trading i'm joan doniger bedford is talking about updated all day and all night wbz sm dot com.
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"Joan doniger with bloomberg business news this is a case where two companies merge and produce three the dow dupont merger was built on plans displayed the chemicals giant into three new companies and to investors the meter is running down to pot went back to initial pine y of eight point four monks burst in our bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst rich burke says that announcement surprised investors prior to the merger quoting make thought they could be reduced at time line one of the spin aussies getting the most attention the agriculture business crown jewel has been the agriculture sector and burke says investors really want to see how things will work in the reshaped world of agriculture chemicals in defector how this sector will shape up to compete with him triumph agenda and also the prior month fan on that merger closest dow dupont one of bloomberg business week companies to watch in 2018 i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 you can always listened to wbz radio wherever you go on the iheart radio app wbz news time one thirty nine protests are going on across iran for the fourth day abc's terry moran reports the government is blacking out access now to social media signed that the ayatollahs may be getting worried iran's government has blocked access to instagram at a messaging at that's being used by activists to organize the protests that have now erupted in scores of cities with many scenes of demonstrations posted on social media site's two protesters are reported have been killed in clashes with police so far iran's president has made his first speech since the protests began saying people have the right to demonstrate but the public should not be concerned about safety.
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"Joan doniger this is a case where two companies merge and produce three the dow dupont merger was built on plans to split the chemicals giant into three new companies and to investors the meter is running down depart went back to initial pine wire of eight point four monks first off bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst rich burke says that announcement surprised investors prior to the murder quoting they thought they could be reduced that time line one of the offs is getting the most attention the agriculture business the crown jewel has been the agriculture sector and burke says investors really want to see how things will work in the reshaped world of agriculture chemicals in defector how this sector will shape up to compete with him giant for genta an also fire montana warn that merger closest dow dupont one of bloomberg business week's companies to watch in 2018 i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time six thirty nine for the second time in a week a house fire is being blamed on the use of a blow torch to thaw frozen pipes nine people including two children displaced when fire heavily damaged a two family home at fourteen folsom streeton dorchester flames quickly traveled up the walls and caused extensive damage to the first floor and smoke damage to the second floor no injuries were reported on friday a fire in a tripledecker in 'have rope was also caused by someone using a blow torch to thaw a pipe the new year opens where the full plate for congress correspondent jerry bold lander has a preview immigration foreign surveillance and the debt ceiling or a few of the issues lawmakers we'll have to do bill with when they returned to work while republicans pushed through the tax cut before congress broke for the holidays there was only approval of a shortterm spending measure the goal is to get a deal that covers the rest of the fiscal year and avoid a government shutdown on january the 19th the president plans to meet with speaker ryan and majority leader mcconnell next weekend to discuss the legislative agenda for the new year jewelry bowed lender capitol hill a reagan administration official is among foreign policy experts concerned about president trump's tweets about iran trump is tweeting support.
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"I could show hey i do joan doniger run how you doing our and your ask your gifts i do not doing a quick call it got a lot one uh i just squeezed with the notion that the black real too well it's not together i think they've they did show yoju us up there at some say to weigh the black community is just like in other community they are complex ornate is millions of people and cannot and and it is unconceivable to hail the notion all the idea that you could have them millions of people uh pulling in the same direction that same try it can't apple app so uh i think they get a uh bequeath did a great job bolts who attended those who chose not to to uh as far as what uh what more on the fly with doug joe uh i think the fly put into a picture well we'll see it men in the in the times on all silver paul scholes during the time in which uh donald trump was on run for president the notion of uh of at simoes saying on these things block will bomo could ever wet for president if he had as minute beta mumbles as trump had or if he had as nearly six scandal and late allegations as trump and and so i don't say so so much offensively they're flyer well this often that myth p semicircle we have said lin it said that you think we could have done it i i know my door the nine joe you you know you.
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"With bloomberg and joan doniger it was a moral victory for passengers but just how much will airlines have to do now that a federal judges ordered federal aviation regulators to think about setting minimum standards for airline seats joe branka tally of joe sent me dot com says ne much they cannot force the faa to post regulations it's no secret airline seats have gotten smaller branka telly says putting more passengers on planes is just about the only way for airlines to cut costs he says the cordis you did not involve comfort comforted involves safety whether people packed in so tight can actually get out of the plane in the too minutes fits technically required and advocacy group brought the court challenge as airlines announced plans to shrink seats base further the faa contends its evacuation standards of tests are adequate branka kelly says the faa cannot order the airlines on any grounds other than safety airlines or private business and make so what they want that being the case if you want more comfortable seats by though i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time eight or nine secretary of state rex tillerson is in manila and he'll talk about security and economic issues in his meeting with a sheen in minister rats to all of us and our common response to that but also oh opportunities that exist among all of us to strengthen this relationship for our foreign ministers from the association of southeast asian nations held the bilateral talks with the secretary of state during a regional meeting on sunday in manila north korea's recent missile test is expected to be in.
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"Wall street investors stayed mostly quiet and the stock average's edged lower by attempted to chance of a percent the dow falling twenty two the nasdaq ten the s p three tourism shares fell after the weekend terrorist attack in london amman tech shares though google parent alphabet joined tamazawa the thousand dollar a share club not apple though and that did weigh on the markets apple shares lost about a percent even as the company unveiled its first major new hardware product in some two years the home pot and samples voicecontrolled speaker which aims to compete with the amazon echo and google psalm assistant this one will feature syria but it won't have a screen as does the latest amazon model and it costs a lot more almost three hundred fifty dollars apple shares however were hit not by product reviews but by analysts pacific crest maybe investors are focusing on the upside of the expected release of the iphone eight later this year and looking at the risks i'm joan doniger bloomberg great brooding l l p incentivize irs celebrates one hundred years i taking a look back at some of the most memorable moments in new york city history on july twenty eight nineteen seventeen the enderle c p organized a silent march down new york's without any ten thousand black men women and children marched silently while distributing fliers describing the struggle of the african american community organized by civil rights pioneers the parade was the first of its kind to new york city and one of the first public demonstrations for civil rights in the united states in nineteen seventeen burden l l p was also a pioneer holding new yorkers.