17 Burst results for "Joe Nocera"

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Got another dose of sobering jobless claims this morning arguably once again raising the for the fed remain accommodative and for congress to move forward on a meaningful piece of fiscal stimulus. Let's get the latest economic outlook with lindsay pigs. A chief economist at steeple financial joining us on the phone from chicago lindsay. Thanks so much for joining us here if we step back a little bit we can certainly see signs that the economy is through the worst of the pandemic a disruption. But there's still a lot of work to do given what we heard from fed chairman palled this week given what we see on the on the jobless front and other economic data points. Where do you think we are in the recovery. Well i think we've made it through the first The biggest barrier the biggest hot as we saw the worst of the pandemic in the second quarter. But that's not to say that we're not going to have more difficult times ahead because even if we do see the second round resurgent Snuffed out at relatively faster pace than the first route remember. Businesses and individuals are already beginning from an extremely fragile position after months of hardship. So it's going to be increasingly difficult for them to continue to whether a storm without some sort of additional artificial support from officials in washington. So there really has to be some increased pressure on our representatives on capitol hill to really do their job and get some of those funds out to hurting individuals and businesses really struggling at this point. How concerned do you think the. Fomc is about the situation lindsey. I think they're very concerned. I do think that the fed chairman struck a very delicate line on the one hand. He was trying to be optimistic about the improvement that we've seen thus far particularly in the third quarter with that stellar rise more than offsetting the decline in the second quarter at least in percentage terms but he was also very cautious to say it looks the virus is going to dictate the path of the recovery. It's still very uncertain. And while we're optimistic a number of things have to go write. A number of dominoes have to fall. It's just perfectly in line. In order to really navigate ourselves out of this This unprecedented situation. So i do think the fed is increasingly concerned about being able to get the economy back on track but more importantly position of a longer run sustainable improved trajectory..

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"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"And on bloomberg dot com. It is time for a bloomberg opinion. They were going to look at student debt. I think it's very today that nobody really wants to ever declare bankruptcy but some people do have to bankruptcy the one thing though that you won't be able to discharge in bankruptcy. Is your student loans. You'll carry them around for the rest of your life if not able to pay them off well. Our next guest says bankruptcy is the solution to the student loan crisis. Oh to get buddy means. Let's bring in joe nocera opinion columnist. Joe obviously you know this idea that you can never discharge your student loans. Even in bankruptcy is something to be reckoned with. You can spend a fortune getting you know an education and then life can intervene. You can end up going bankrupt which you'll still have those student loans. You know following you around for the rest of your life. How how do we change that. How can that be changed. Good morning from first of all. It's beyond the rest of your life because once you die the federal government will come after your estate to get to get paid off on the student lamb You know this has been something that's been going on for about forty years starting in the late sixties and and they made it the congress made it more and more difficult near impossible to discharge a student loans. Not only those that are granted by the federal government which is about ninety percent but also those that are granted in the private market by banks and and and institutions that grant. Student loans.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"And it's almost like they can't do without added all of these studies on addiction and so on they really sort of hit the points people have now got so used to messenger and posting updates on facebook that it's almost like the the phone was it's become a utility i agree with i agree with you about that But i would say turned. Facebook into a utility is a as even is more than even the justice department can ha- can handle at this point but if you had to if you had Instagram and whatsapp as separate entities from facebook. They could compete on the basis of privacy. They can compete on a day. Basis of how. You're gonna use your data. They can compete on the basis of what kind of ads where we put in front of. You are what kind of distance from where we have this information. Will we not after you know you can have that kind of competition And and i think that's really. What the the forty eight and the and the and the ftc are are trying to accomplish is their time. I mean it is a too late. I should say for this to succeed in the sense you know. Even what's up founder. Left because of how you know d- what's up was turning into under the facebook banner. Is the train gone so long from the station that it's going to be hard to bring it back well. Facebook has not really integrated those two apps. you know Intertwined with facebook. So they you know breaking it up would actually be in those terms relatively simple. The question is who would run those companies. And you know we're getting way ahead of ourselves but my my my strong guesses that The government would not allow some facebook executive to to go over to instagram and they'd have to undoubtedly find new leadership And so. I don't think it's it's i really don't think it's too late in that then in the legal sense. That's a different question and the problem. There is that the courts over the last two or three decades as become very tolerant of mergers and as us very a standard called the consumer welfare standards to decide If a merger is okay or not that really Makes it almost impossible to put a glove on The big tech companies so that has to change over the course of the next two years in order for facebook to be broken up..

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"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Up. and He's already said even in the press release where they said they were going to go only conference games. He basically said you know if we play, you know he's already hedging I mean I. Think it'll be the big ten, certainly not going to be the SEC. They'll be. They'll be the last one. I mean in Alabama you know. Alabama football is religion Yep. You WanNa follow poll because that was a little bit double Dutch to me. No. I was just an Abbot. Some of these you know we're starting to see some of that looking at golf. They were one of the ones that I came back in. The ratings are good, and it seems to be working for golfers. That's something that you think can continue. Yeah, Golf and tennis are the two sports that that you can play and socially distance right. and if you watch the Golf Golf tournaments I, mean they're you know they're? They're keeping their day. I mean they always did? But they're keeping their distance from each other except for their caddies, and there's no, there are no no people they're. They're no fans there. It's purely a television event, and it really is working just fine. I think you'll find the tennis will will sort of the same way I I'd be surprised if they have to cancel the US Open. Open because again you know the players around on other side of the net, and as long as they don't. You know handshake or hogger whatever they should be fine. It's it's the it's the contact sports. We have a problem and it's all about the NFL. Let's talk about the elephant in the room. Are you expecting Roger? Goodell to just play it by ear, or is he going to try to take a bold statement? We're going. We're not going. No He's got. They have to play it by ear. They really don't have any. They desperately WanNa play, but you know with the networks. I mean. It. It's hard to overstate how important professional football is to the television networks. Honestly it's it's the only thing that keeping cord-cutting cutting from from being even more widespread than it already is, and so there's enormous pressure to play these Games but you know they're all a little nervous because they don't WanNa wake up tomorrow and say Oh twenty New York jets have. Have our covert positive. You know what or two they'll they'll. They'll blow through it, but now they won't so basically. They've got their fingers crossed. Yeah, it's interesting. We'll have to see how this is. All GonNa come to a head really of the next several weeks for a lot of these big big leagues in College, Football, pro football, and lots of other things Jonas Sarah. This for Bloomberg opinion. Thanks so much for joining us on the phone from South Florida. We will pay attention to this. 'cause as Joe was just mentioning. It's a big businesses to the schools for the college level and on the pros but it's also big big business for the broadcast and cable networks that really rely upon sports programming the advertising it.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Bloomberg opinion very interesting set of opinions from Joe Nocera recently one on Florida, and then plenty of others that we want to get to as well so let's get to Joe. Right now who joins us from Bush return in Florida. Joe Welcome and thanks for joining. Me First of all. How is the situation in Florida? How much are people now abiding by rules where they didn't need to once upon a time? Well here in Boca Raton actually. People have been abiding by rules at least since I got here a month ago, so there's no. There's no issues there what you hear. Is that a lot of somethings in Miami were not wearing masks throwing parties. I don't think that is still going on. Because the numbers have been so high, the daily positive case numbers have been so high. It's been Kinda scary but you know there are still you know. There's a lot of Let Tinos getting Cova because they're farmworkers and you know they get. They don't have and they get on buses and they're crowded together and they go to work, and then they come home, and they live in. You know relatively small homes, and so that that has been part of the. Surge here as well. So. Joe I used to love reading your stuff that timeshare sports work at the New York Times. Column here, just recently, very interesting, talking about sports, and that's kind of been. You know a big big big issue for a lot of people and they've got major. League baseball opening up last night with the Yankees winning. I should point out. How do you think this is going to play out? Joe, I mean. You're down in Florida. That's a huge college football state. I just don't see how this is going to play out. How what I take. Okay so I'd be very surprised. His College football was fall. At a minimum I, think it'll get pushed to the spring because you know I'm like the pros. These guys aren't getting paid, and and and in many of these schools. The students aren't going to go to school. They're going to be doing. They're gonNA be doing a remotely until you say well. We gotta have the athletes on campus to play football game, so we can make money. When when when when no other students are here, I mean it's just it's it's it's it's. Policy is even worse than usual for College Sports, so I'd be very surprised at like college football. The pros are different, I mean look look what happened yesterday. you know one Soto of the nationals. The start you know young star left fielder had a positive test. Right and they and they still played the game. So you. Know I think that so long as you don't have like. Twelve players. You know getting positive tests at once. I think they'll keep playing if it's one or two I would I would worry more about professional football just because by the nature of the sport. If! There's a virus floating around with the offensive. Lineman Shire's pretty easy to get it on the defensive Lineman. You know so. To me, the the question mark is whether you'll be able to play football after after a game or two. How many players will come down with covert? Yeah, I mean it would be..

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg business for work world headquarters on Charlie Pallett stocks resuming a push higher after briefly dipping into negative territory when reports several leading experimental coronavirus struck me by Gillian performed poorly in the tests Gillian shares down now by three point three percent the Dow the S. and P. nasdaq all showing green on my screen with the S. and P. up now by twelve points that's a gain of five tenths of one percent as stack up forty three also up five tenths of one percent the Dow up one hundred seventy two points up seven tenths of one percent the ten year up five thirty seconds he'll point six oh percent gold up nine ten seventeen twenty nine Beyonce West Texas intermediate crude at seventeen dollars a barrel right now up three dollars twenty five cents higher by twenty three point six percent on Charlie politics that's a Bloomberg business slash all right Charlie thank you so much you are listening to Bloomberg business week and you know Carol when we map out our show there's some moments that I look forward to just as a way to sit back sort of rest into the show I just talked to a really smart person and I know this is that moment Joe Nocera let Joe Nocera one of my favorite books been reading and stuff for years and now listening to the dulcet sound of his voice because we really I want you guys to take a rest and let me talk really.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If you live in the studio it is time now to check in with Bloomberg opinion joined now by opinion columnist Joe Nocera writing about the verdict this week against Johnson and Johnson how it's driving cities states and other municipalities and an opportunity to see any company that had anything to do with opioids at all so thanks so much for joining us appreciate your time thanks for having me now I've been reading through your column here on Bloomberg opinion and you've got this reasoning that actually dates back to a case from nineteen seventy seven an electrical fire how do you square analytical out here with the well that was the first time it is fired thank you seventy seven all the aluminum wiring was described so the lawyers sit in that suit every aluminum wiring company in the country I walked up getting money from them for many of them and so in this case give me there are certainly some some real you know how did Purdue pharma this have others in the cast that there's this company that would deeply deeply involved in is in the for the manufacture and distribution and marketing of opioids but doctor that Johnson is a pretty minor player with less than one percent of the market and even the delight that they did sell were much harder to extract the bad stuff the tentacle from dead dead than other products but they have the biggest market so of course they're going to be the biggest target that's what happened in this case I see so they've got the deep pockets even though they are marginal players on the opioid field at best at best that's right and and so what happened is that I have and then produce farmer which were also sued in the same case in Oklahoma they drop they they settled they settled the case and they paid you know what I I think a combined three hundred million dollars but doctor Johnson taking that it had a better chance of winning decided to stick stick we decided to go to trial and that's what they did and they lost at this level but it's what's going to happen if the appeals court and beyond that going to be more the more interesting test case you argue ends in your column that this also has the added risk of letting the real bad players are bad actors also because all the focus would then be on Johnson Johnson well here here's why all of these lawsuits around the country this two thousand of them cities because of how the US state are they've all suit on their all using something called the public nuisance law in their jurisdictions to sue the public nuisance laws have never been use for this kind of case ever so it's a very novel use of the law so what what what's really going on here is Johnson and Johnson is the company with the financial wherewithal to say okay we are going to pass whether appeals court said maybe with the Supreme Court if it gets too it will uphold this use a public nuisance laws and Johnson and Johnson basically sixty years is going to be no that ultimately so court will will rule that these larger these laws were not intended for this kind of Johnny you know mass tort and will rule the to be an improper use if that were to happen that wouldn't just let John the Johnson off the hook that would let everybody off the hook because that's the only that's the only law that they're using to try and bring these companies to look all all I'm watching in my mind's eye I see a stone being thrown into a pond and the ripples going out and that ripple effect that guy this is what it sounds like I might also ask you this we only have about a minute and a half here but I wanted to argue also could this also be detrimental to those people who may need opioids not addicts with people who are genuinely dealing with chronic pain and need them for pain management and yet those opioid manufacturers are tied up in the legal system and in the courts fighting these lawsuits I actually don't think that'll happen our legal are they are legal product is just like cigarettes are legal product which are still on the market you know there are people who need them and that that that probably the opioid is that they were they were distributed **** nilly and doctors gave that to to many people and they either didn't understand the risks that they care about the rest but there's so much focus now and with risky as it is there's a tremendous amount of care because it's too much risk for doctors themselves to abuse to to abuse all cards to people who really need it so I think people who really need it will still be able to get it now get opioids are no matter what the outcome of this litigation all right thank you so much for taking the time with this it's been a pleasure thanks for having me Bloomberg opinion columnist Joe Nocera and you can read more on this and other stories from Bloomberg opinion at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion we also have more on the Bloomberg terminal just type P. I. N. go for Bloomberg opinion and coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

"From wondering and Bloomberg. I'm Joe Nocera. And this is the shrink next door. This is episode five the last straw. I.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

"From wondering and Bloomberg. I'm Joe Nocera. And this is the shrink next door. This is episode four the familia. I Assyrian to host a party for his wife's birthday at mardi summer. House seem normal enough. Both mardian. I prepared for the event together. I can mmediately began to work on the guest list. It was long more than seventy guests. There were Becky Hirsch cov friends, of course, but also many people connected to some like Sam Samson who had grown up with him, but also from medical school and current colleagues, Marty was impressed. I knew how to party, I will tell you that Ainu had hire the best caterer, he knew how to have the setup. Just exactly right. And he was basically showing off. He loved to show off mardi rolled up his sleeves and got to work. He would basically, then enlist me to help them with the invitations and to help them get the whole house ready for the for the function. The party was made twenty fourth a Sunday that morning. Marty busied himself setting up a drink station near the gazebo and laying out the buffet. Just before noon, the bus for Manhattan pulled up outside Sam Sampson piled out with the other guests and looked around a lot of people from the upper side from the synagogue. I think that he was trying to impress Sam was certainly impressed. He and I could grown up together in Washington heights, which at the time was a Jewish working class neighborhood between Harlem and the Bronx. Now here was his childhood friend hosting an extravagant party in the Hamptons, we didn't get back probably very late that evening at night, and everyone was impressed. Well, I did. Well, yeah, Sam was pretty sure he was on the guest list, because I could just set him up with a new job. Just an you know, I'm about the fire somebody might company. Would you be interested? I think yeah. The company was associated fabrics Marty's company. He had. AFC catalogs associated fabrics corporation catalogs. Like on a copy table that everyone saw so people would ask him. I remember asking him. I what you have to do with the societas apposite. Yeah..

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"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on The Shrink Next Door

"From wondering in Bloomberg. I'm Joe Nocera. And this is the shrink next door. This is episode three easy. Mark markowitz. Business.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on WDRC

"About that. Good morning. Dr. Check the mice. Joe nocera. I just got in. Let's take a look. Seem to be all right. Except this little character. Jimmy a bus to. Let's see specimen for thirty eight male. To the point of transparency thirty rankings to return to visibility. Pretty sick from something isn't he? Well, keep an eye on him. Any word on Chico? No, sir. I I'm awfully sorry about that. Doctor about him getting away. No, I have happened to anybody. Joe? Dealing with it almost human intelligence when you're handle chimpanzees. Give one advantage like we gave Chico. Can't be blamed if he gets away. But you know, Joe, I couldn't sleep last night. Why not Dr? Thinking about what's happening out the Jameson house. I've come to the conclusion, it's Chico. Dr couldn't be sure of it. New up there last night. I don't know. I haven't seen the morning paper to radio news ought to be on. But Dr Chico's out there somebody would have stumbled over by now, remember, he concedes Joe sees somebody coming towards. Well, another puzzling nine for detective St George Jameson house on Carlyle avenue. Detective Murdoch reports the last night. He's a bottle of medicine jump from a medicine cabinet and crashed into the sea. Is nothing new lately in the Jameson house. This bottle wasn't broken. Detectors picked it up. It was warm to the touch and so the mystery deepens. Local news. Does it? I'm going to have to make it public. Dr. We still don't know for sure us. We do remember how Chico loved cough medicine, Janice. Dictate a press release. New. Thirty eight hundred glove compartment in my God. The doctor was still dictate. Exposed.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"President Donald Trump resumed his public campaign, against billionaire Jeff Bezos earlier this week by calling his newspaper the Washington Post and expensive lobbyist for. Amazon and alleging the online retailer has a huge antitrust problem some say the president's personal attacks. Are diverting attention from any real solution to curbing Amazon's dominance Amazon is expected to capture almost half of the US e-commerce market by year's end according to a new survey by emarketer here. To tell us more Joe Nocera a columnist for Bloomberg opinion. So President Trump. Sent out two tweets about Amazon on Monday he's sure did he is, not, a fan of Jeff visas. And the tweets essentially said Amazon's ripping off the government because they get the sweet deal from the post office which by the way. Is not true and said that the Washington Post which of. Course Bezos owns. Is nothing more than a lobbyist for Amazon's, interest and by the way Amazon should probably be investigated on antitrust grounds so in your, article, you, talk about Lena con who wrote an article for the Yale Law journal saying that Amazon should be investigated antitrust right, so here's where we come into this this this issue which is there is a legitimate case to be made that big tech Facebook Google Amazon needs. To be looked at Through the prism, of antitrust are they too big are they too powerful are there ways, that, they, should be reined in etc etc And so linear con a young woman who I believe was still a law student at the time, she writes this terrific article really. Long really smart that is an attempt to rethink antitrust so that it can include, so-called platform companies which is what these companies are and the article gets a lot of attention and. It helps spark it already started but it really, helps spark a more? Widespread questioning of of? Tech companies and in terms of antitrust and so, she, then Really recently. Goes to the FTC not as a fulltime employed but but but as, like a short term advisor to one of the, democratic commissioners and the FTC so that? Means that she's now basically peripherally part of the government hoping to instill her ideas into the FTC at the same time that the president of the United States is saying let's. Go after Amazon but his rationale is completely different from hers and hers is actually pretty scary compared. To a, legitimate look at antitrust but if his tweets or his interest results in an investigation of Amazon which would be a good, thing for the country does it. Matter what his motive is I think it matters a ton and and I'll tell, you why this is a country that operates under the rule of law and one of the things. Trump has done in One hundred different ways is undermined the rule of, law he undermines the, rule of law when he off when he gives pardons to people who don't deserve to get pardons different political reasons. You know he undermines the rule of law when he looks the other, way at his crooked crooked cronies the undermines the, rule of law when he makes money? On the Trump hotel while still being president any undermines the rule of law when he when he says things or tries to. Take action based not on facts but on his Does, what he wants And so if, you have, a situation the country. There is a country there are countries where where basically companies live and die based on the. Whims of the president, one of those countries Russia So so the fact that he's tweeting about this, put if the government were doing investigation into Amazon I think it would be a very suspect investigation and. I think people wouldn't trust it making? Dole regime. Is the head of the antitrust division and when he attacked and. They're still fighting the AT and t. Time Warner. Merger that was something different did you, see Trump's, hand behind that I. Did I did Trump was on record as being opposed to that merger he hates CNN which. Is part of Time, Warner Delray him as an academic just. Before he took the job said he? Couldn't imagine. Any problem with Time Warner ATT deal he gets the job and. All of a sudden there's a huge problem then Go to. Disney FOX okay so Disney FOX, has many overlapping businesses in the movie business alone there I think number one and number. Three in the top movies movie revenue so you combine the two of them you basically have a movie powerhouse and it's the kind of deal. That an antitrust division would normally look at, quite closely but basically it's. Going. To go through in a breeze and again Trump and Murdoch of friends and Trump's on record saying he likes the deal now this may be unfair to Delray. Him and this is the problem actually this could be completely unfair to. Him But because Trump doesn't believe in the rule of law, because he. Believes that deals he likes and his. Friend should should get a pass, and people he doesn't like to get punished you can't trust that the trust department is. Doing things on the basis of facts and legitimate law and not on the basis of the president's whim in light of the tweets do you. Think it's better Joe not to have Amazon, investigated well I mean the. Best. Of all possible worlds would be for Contre stop tweeting ha ha But. That's not going to happen so I know here's what I what I really think should happen is that Lena con to keep doing a work at the FTC and that the people who are trying to push antitrust in a more proactive direction, should keep on doing that which, requires writing articles which requires you know, doing things that are persuasive which requires, writing books and so on and just hopefully laying groundwork so that when a president takes office who actually believes, in the, rule of law we can we can then investigate Amazon and feel as though it's not it's. Not illegitimate And this. Is what I mean he's taking, things that the government does and turning them into into illegitimate actions because they're based on him and not based on law and should bother every American I use anti trust because it's something I know about but, this is going on all over, the government and it's a terrible terrible, thing and maybe one of the worst, things Trump is doing thanks much Joe that's.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About eight thousand company owned stores to hold antibias training for employees this was in response to an incident at a philadelphia starbucks were an employee call the police onto black men who were sitting in the cafe and hadn't ordered yet chairman howard schultz had this to say about the training we realized four hours of training is not going to solve racial inequity in america or in or anyone coming into our stores should may have a problem but we have to start the conversation here to tell us more is joe nocera a columnist for bloomberg opinion tell us about howard schultz what's he like howard schultz is the most is the most sincere human being i think i've ever met which is part of what his charisma is when he meets him no matter who else is in the room he looks he locks in straight at you when he tells his own sort of story he wants to impress upon you that he's not some rich kid that he grew up in the projects with all kinds of people and had to scratch and claw to make his way in the world there's a part of him that still scratching and clawing even though he's a billionaire and starbucks is approaching twenty seven thousand stores well before they had this day where they racial bias training he did a lot of other things to try to move things forward in in our country really well it really started with his own employees you know he always gave even part time employee stock options he always paid them much better than your typical walmart or target employees he instituted a program at one point where he would pay or starbucks would pay for people who wanted to take online courses at arizona state state there is i mentioned that is because it has the biggest and probably the best online array of courses of any in the country and their leader their president is a is kind of a visionary in this in.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And tried to instill this idea that starbucks is a place where anybody can come where they don't discriminate where they don't kick people out and so on and so forth so there is it's very ironic that this would happen at a starbucks obviously there's one hundred and seventy five thousand us employs one of them could have some racial bias i mean nobody really knows what happened you know with that person actually saturday dead but instead instead of saying oh you know it's just a little thing we'll get over at he stops the whole company he says stop stop we can't have this we're going to spend four hours going through this this is not like one of those things you can do and a half an hour on on on a computer this is like back and forth conversations groups large groups speeches from common giving them examples of racial bias or examples of what to do if somebody's in your store and they won't leave and you know to gillette them or should you try to escort them out and if you need to escort them out how do you do it in the list of way and a lot a lot so joe a lot of the columns we talk about our critical of things or take a view that's a little bit negative let's say you're a column says that what matters most is at starbucks and scholtz keep trying you can call that naive if you want i call it a beacon of hope in a cynical world that says a lot you know i like all americans i like things to be better howard would like things to be better you can question some of the things he's done to make them better but you can't question the way he's used the platform of starbucks the power of starbucks the brand of starbucks to bring forward a set of ideas that he thinks are important that could help the country joe thanks so much that's joe nocera a columnist for bloomberg opinion coming up on bloomberg opinion why the us needs better missile defense i'm june grasso the art and antiques were hello it's me the designer jeans and the back of your closet what happened to us a lot longer join us now at.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Stores to hold antibias training for employees this was in response to an incident at a philadelphia starbucks were an employee call the police onto black men who were sitting in the cafe and hadn't ordered yet chairman howard schultz had this to say about the training we realize four hours of training is not going to solve the racial inequity in america or in or anyone coming into our stores may have a problem but we have to start the conversation here to tell us more is joe nocera a columnist for bloomberg opinion tell us about howard schultz what's he like howard schultz is the most is the most sincere human being i think i've ever met which is part of what his charisma is when he meets him no matter who else is in the room he looks he locks in straight at you when he tells his own sort of story he wants to impress upon you that he's not some rich kid that he grew up in the projects with all kinds of people and had to scratch and claw to make his way in the world part of him that's still scratching and clawing even though he's a billionaire and starbucks is you know approaching twenty seven thousand stores well before they had this day where they do the racial bias training he did a lot of other things to try to move things forward in in our country really well it really started with his own employees you know he always gave even part time employee stock options he always paid them much better than your typical walmart or target employees he instituted a program at one point where he would pay or starbucks would pay for people who wanted to take online courses at arizona state state there is i mentioned that is because it has the biggest and probably the best online array of courses of any in the.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This case you know howard has already tried and tried and tried to instill this idea that starbucks is a place where anybody can come where they don't discriminate where they don't kick people out and so on and so forth so there is it's very ironic that this would happen at a starbucks obviously there's one hundred seventy five thousand us employees one of them could have some racial bias i mean nobody really knows what happened you know with that person actually saturday but instead of saying oh you know it was just a little thing we'll get over at he stops the whole company he says stop stop we can't have this we're going to spend four hours going through this this is not like one of those things you can do and a half an hour on a on a computer this is like back and forth conversations groups larger groups speeches from common giving them examples of racial bias or examples of what to do if somebody's in your store and they won't leave and you know to gillette them or should you try to escort them out and if you need to escort them out how do you do it in the least obtrusive way a lot a lot a lot of the columns that we talk about a critical of things or take a view that's a little bit negative let's say your column says that what matters most is at starbucks schultz keep trying you can call that naive if you want i call a beacon of hope in a cynical world that says a lot you know i like all americans like things to be better howard would like things to be better you can question some of the things he's done to make them better but you can't question the way he's used the platform of starbucks the power of starbucks the brand of starbucks to bring forward a set of ideas that he thinks are important that could help the country joe thanks so much that's joe nocera a columnist for bloomberg opinion coming up on bloomberg opinion why the us needs better missile defense i'm jim also and this is bloomberg it only takes the average time a resume spends on an hr manager's desk is seven seconds and most of them are tossed aside now imagine if one of.

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"joe nocera" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"joe nocera" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Now you can lily going to rhetoric like hey man who is this part we can give it to auditions people boom you don't need to tweak it always even par sometimes you see auditions where i'm like oh cool seeing script and i st the size that i get my you didn't have to add joe nocera you didn't have to add like i had a part it went from being from manhattan to harlem and like you got to add that baby i still be you don't need to tweak it to feel black we can do whatever we want with it that's the point of hiring somebody who's good all i'm saying hollywood let's be a little better in learn from dream mcguire that's all that's all you guys real quick real quick like i was while i was watching this we all just watch jerry maguire right that's why we reviewing okay yeah okay right so okay right yeah so so there while i was watching it i was like i couldn't get this out of my head the whole time couldn't get out of my head the whole time i was like you know what if if rod tidwell right he's like he jet he got muscles on them you know like he likes football player and he can he can take them hits but like who winning a fight between rod tidwell and hancock because i don't know i feel like it'd be even doesn't hancock have superpower that he does but did you see rod tidwell though he was he was knocked out but won't he got up well he got knocked out by regular human so like got up doe hancock you know what i'm saying with trains and shit like legit has superpowers does not a rare but but how many concussions has rod tidwell had you know and he survived him but john thank you james thank you i want you to i i appreciate that like i'm not billing you and the way.

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