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Johnson & Johnson faces $2 billion lawsuit over opioids
"New York State is suing Johnson and Johnson are looking to recover $2 billion over the pharmaceutical giants alleged role in the opioid epidemic. The lawsuit says, a division of the company important millions of dollars into marketing opioids and downplaying the risks. And that the company continued to promote the drugs even after government officials warn that opioids were much more dangerous than other pharmaceutical
Johnson & Johnson to Start Late-Stage Coronavirus Vaccine Trial in September With up to 60,000 People
"Now another big story, of course, is covert vaccines and, you know everybody wants to know when they're when they're going to be ready when the trials are going to end when the trial's going to begin. What do we got? Well, a couple of encouraging reports this morning. Ted Johnson and Johnson is preparing for a large scale trial when it's covert 19 vaccine is ready. J and J says it May Testa's many of 60,000 people twice as many as other big trials in the U. S. The design for the trial was posted earlier this month. The trial may begin late next month. Advisor reports a phase one trial of its vaccine has returned. Favorable safety data advisor is working with by on Tech of Germany to develop its vaccine. The companies say the vaccine could be submitted for regulatory review as early as October. So it's a lot of things in the works were just hoping for the best and hoping things happen quickly. Well, that's all we can do. At this
Johnson & Johnson to Buy Momenta Pharmaceuticals for $6.5 Billion
"Today. Johnson and Johnson Dave a little bit Yeah, right. When you talk about $6.5 billion as a little bit Well, maybe for J. J has been in the deal market That's still something we're talking about a company called Momenta Pharmaceuticals, which is developing auto immune drugs. That's why these cases where you're sort of buying the promise as opposed to buying the results in a sense, because You know you go through. You look a momentous financials. And you don't see much at this point. I mean, because this is a company that you know it's a development stay so that they're losing money. Quarter over quarter. You know their revenue. You can measure in the millions of dollars as opposed to the billions that you would see with a change, eh? But they have a number of treatments they're working on. And so you J. J wants to expand in that particular area with their jets and pharmaceutical business, So you know, they see this company's work buying and you momentous shares up 69%. In response to this deal, and we'll have Santa's
Seattle - Parents are demanding schools reopen; the state should provide parents $3,000 education vouchers for each child
"With all remote instruction. Some parents have started organizing their own micro schools to supplement the lost learning. Here's coma, Scotty Johnson and Thurston County This week, parents filed a lawsuit demanding the state meet its constitutional duty to educate Children. Gig Harbor parents held a rally this week demanding schools open well. Now comes a suggestion that were schools being closed. Parents should get a portion of their child's educational costs back about $3000 leave fin of the education director at Washington Policy Center that you could hire a tutor that could meet and small in a small part of another group of of Children and then get educated. Critics, including the National Education Association, say those scholarships or vouchers will only hurt the system. Nothing but heard our most vulnerable. Able student Washington Education Association sent a statement. In response is, says voucher schemes take funds funds away away away from from from schools schools schools for for for private private private use, use, use, hurting hurting hurting students students students and and and exacerbating exacerbating exacerbating and and and equities. equities. equities. Carleen Carleen Carleen Johnson Johnson Johnson come come come on on on news news news
Companies "need to ban" skin-lightening creams, activist says
"Fire fire for for making making Billions Billions of of dollars dollars selling selling skin skin lightening lightening products products that that anti anti racism racism activists activists say say promote promote colorism colorism corporations corporations like like Loreal Loreal and Johnson and Johnson are now promising to discontinue or renamed their lines of bleaching creams. CBS News Foreign correspondent MTs Tie up reports New York Never in her wildest dreams did Nina Devilry thinks she'd be crowned Miss America? I'm so proud to be the first Indian Miss America. But not not everyone everyone was was celebrating celebrating her her barrier barrier breaking breaking wind. wind. I I was was born born in in New New York York Go Go orange orange in in India, India, where where Devil Devil Lurie's Lurie's family family immigrated immigrated from from her complexion was being dissected. The morning after I won Miss America and I woke up to an Indian headlined that said. Is Miss America too Dark to be Miss India Devil, Lurie says criticism of her darker skin tone is part of an ugly concept known as Colorism. What is colorism? The idea that fair skin is better than darker skin. The idea that white is considered more elite than darker skin complexions, and that inherently in itself is racism. Livia Natural fairness body notion ads like these are shown across Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Helping to fuel a demand for skin lightening products like these branded white perfect white glow. And white beauty. Creams contain chemical agents that can reduce melon in content. Some if used incorrectly, it can damage the skin light skin tones. Major corporations corporations like like Loreal, Loreal, Unilever Unilever and and Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson are are all all part part of of the the industry, industry, which which is is worth worth over over $8 $8 billion billion a a year. year. Promoting Promoting the the idea idea that that lighter lighter skin skin is beautiful skin. My grandmother, you see user and so my mom saw it. Sort, normalize and just saw it was the thing to do. Stephanie Yeboah is a British Canadian author. You've written that at 14 years old, you began what you've called a toxic love affair. With skin whitening cream. Yeah, I started lightning my skin because I thought well, if I can alleviate one of the things that makes me have no privilege, which was my skin color, I thought that I could do a bit better in life. Thebes beauty industry is experiencing a racial reckoning following black lives matter. Protests Cosmetic giants are being accused of hypocrisy for claiming to stand against racism. Well, at the same time promoting whiteness. In a statement, Johnson and Johnson said it'll no longer sell to skin lightening lotions, Loreal said. It's removing the words white, fair and light from its skin products. Navias parent company followed removing whitening and fair from products and marketing. While Unilever's renaming it's hugely popular, fair and lovely cream to glow in lovely Is renaming these products enough. They need to ban the products. They don't. They don't need to rename it. I mean, I don't see what we name and is going to do when the intended effect of the product is still the same person is still going to be lighter. Tebow is says she's come a long way from hating her skin toe loving it something that's letter to body positivity activism as a social media influencer. Do you want to say to girls today? I would say first and foremost, you are beautiful. Your skin is beautiful. Your skin tells such a beautiful, deep story from your ancestors back in Africa, too. Now there's such a Huge history there that you have coated around you. You should be proud of that. No. Both Stephanie and Eunice say corporations really just need to get rid of products like these, and also that communities of color need toe. Let go of these long held standards of beauty so that everybody can love the skin therein. No matter the shade, India's type of London Time to move along
Single Dose of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Succeeds in Protection in Pre-clinical Studies
"Corona virus vaccine news today Johnson and Johnson is launching a human study of its most promising potential vaccine after it proved effective as a single dose. Monkeys the US government spending nearly a half billion dollars. Company with his research shares up slightly today just two tenths of one percent AstraZeneca says, it's gotten protection in most countries from liability lawsuits about its vaccine is it develops AstraZeneca Shares Bank to two point two percent day
Johnson & Johnson starts human study of COVID-19 vaccine after promising monkey data
"Virus vaccine was developed by Johnson and Johnson, and it is effective in shielding monkeys from Kobe nine. 18. Now that vaccine is ready to be tested in humans, just like the phase three trial already underway from Moderna. The vaccines work in different ways on different cells. But biologists say of protecting humans from the virus is the goal. They are certainly on the right track. Maria
Seattle Public Schools remote instruction promise: 'clear expectations, accountability and connectivity'
"Expectations, accountability and Connectivity. That's the promise to families in the Seattle school district. Your students will begin the coming year with 100% remote instruction. Ares Cuomo's Carleen Johnson during a meeting led by District seven school board director Brandon Her Sea, and members of the Seattle Council, say much of the discussion centered on the remote learning model used last spring, which basically allowed a lot of students to simply check out for the rest of the year. The promise now is to do much better and 10,000 additional laptops have been ordered 13,000 ipads for younger students are also on the way. Director Hirst and the fact that we had not already been in a position where we were in a district that has one toe one, which means a device for every student is laughable, right laughable, especially being in Seattle. Seattle, like many district started the year with all remote instruction hopes to shift to a hybrid model where students would come to campus at least a couple days of the week as soon as as the the the health health health Department Department Department says says says transmission transmission transmission of of of Corona Corona Corona virus virus virus has has has dramatically dramatically dramatically slowed slowed slowed Carleen Carleen Carleen Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Come Come Come on on on news. news. news.
UK's Johnson dismisses anti-vaxxers as 'nuts'
"Johnson, Johnson, dismissing dismissing campaigners campaigners seeking seeking to to oppose oppose vaccinations vaccinations Thie Thie anti anti vaxxers, describing them as nuts. Johnson asked a staff at a London medical center today what they thought of anti vaccine while adding quote. Is all these anti Baxter's. Now they're nuts. They're all nuts. Johnson was touring the East London Centre to promote a campaign for flu vaccinations. I had a winter, the anti Vax movement, fueled by a now discredited article in The medical journal Lancet by Andrew Wakefield, which alleged the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine were linked autism. That article later retracted Wakefield. I ended up losing his medical license. Take us with you.
New Jersey-Based Johnson & Johnson Readies to Start Covid-19 Vaccine Studies
"And Johnson is set to begin human trials of a covert 19 vaccine. The New Jersey based company is set to begin the trials this week. More than 1000 people are enrolled in the face. Trial with plans for a late stage trial to begin in September. Biotech company Moderna also announced this week that their vaccine study will involve 30,000 people on July 27th. The company is one of several working to create a vaccine for Kobe 19.
Philadelphia - Johnson's Corner Farm implements restrictions due to coronavirus pandemic
"Farm farm finds finds new new ways ways to to entertain. entertain. It's It's guest guest during during the the pandemic, pandemic, as as we we hear hear from from KOW KOW used used Kimberly Kimberly Adams Adams summer summer is is the the busiest busiest time time of of year year Johnson's Johnson's corner corner farm farm in in light light of of the the pandemic. pandemic. The The fresh fresh fruit, fruit, country country menu menu and and family family activities activities are are still still there, there, but but they they take take on on a a new new approach, approach, says says Johnson's Johnson's worker. worker. Oh, Oh, and and bloom bloom like like this, this, you you were were only only doing doing birthday birthday parties parties in in the the small small capacity capacity and and we've we've had had Cancel Cancel all all of our camp trips and company picnics up until September is when we started booking again, this sunflower celebration Discovery Animal Barn and rides for kids will all be conducted with safety in mind is a little bit different Now. You do have to wear a mask when you're in the barnyard kids under to do not for guidelines that we've been given, but everywhere else from or playing on the playground and stay wearing masks, and we're constantly wiping down our equipment. The store is still open shop masks and gloves are required Blend like says even though there have been some changes, the farm has seen some growth with its full online store in contact list. Pick up We have the availability. We have the room and people looking for something to do. We would love to have him come over. We would love to see them. Kimberly Adams, K y W News radio and for
Director Rod Lurie on 'The Outpost'
"The new movie the outpost. It was the most downloaded film of the weekend, and it's an immersive experience. It's about an outpost in Afghanistan at the base of this valley. If you're just joining us, it was sort of a bizarre placement of this base. But what happened was there was a Taliban insurgency of massive proportion and the director of the film Rob Gloria's is talking with us. This was a true incident. It was chronicled in a book by Jake Tapper, and then you brought it to the screen. Yeah. Jake Tapper released that best selling book in 2012. It was great. You know, when I When I first time out to do it, I called Jake up and, you know, he just wants to talk movies. So I want to do is talk about politics. So we sort of have to divvy it up every time that way. Have a conversation just because you mentioned politics I want tojust also know this is not a political film at all. I mean, really like there's no, no, it's not Pro War antiwar, pro GOP Anti GOP Pro Democrats. Cetera. There's none of that. No, it's about it's about. We really focus on the eight dudes of lost our lives and the two living member to living survivors. By definition, They're living survivors who received the Medal of Honor. One is Ty Carter, played by Caleb Landry, Jones and the other Is Scott Eastwood on DH. He plays staff Sergeant Clint Roma Shay and And that's really worried for what it really is A chronicle of what happened in the battle and sort of the events that led up to it. I would tell you more than anything else. And you know you've got Orlando Bloom and it also it's funny that one should you know, Should you give everybody best haircut and the you know basic Army. Whatever that, you know, Whatever you call it, you lose track. I guess I'm trying to say of any celebrity in it all. It's all very immersive. How did you know that was clearly a desire on your part, too? You know these battle sequences and just the feeling over time is that we're actually there at the outpost. Well, you know, the one of the things that I did mark is that I shot most of most of the film every scene in one long tape in the battle sequences, things on these long, I think really fluid takes And so you know, there's you don't think you're in a movie. I don't think you don't see cutaways. You don't see You know Scotty's would shooting his weapon and then cut a bad guy going down. It's you know, it's all in the long fluid. Um, uh, shots and as a result, I think that you're you're deeply embedded in every scene. At least that's what we were. That's what we're going for. Well, All the reviews were saying the exact same thing isn't very well reviewed film. But I have to ask you, though, from a filmmaker's pinpoint as you're doing that all in one continuous shot. You have all of these things got here got bullets everywhere and you got stuff blowing up and you've got, you know, guys running this way and other people running that way and people climbing over, you know, I mean, there's a lot to choreographing end in one of those things doesn't happen. You gotta retake it again. Oh, so like, you know, that's exactly right. So we've got special effects. I mean, you already laid it all out on the special effects the actress to get it right. And I remember there was this one really, really magnificent Take That we did, and kid Landry Jones, who zeal just hauling ass hundreds of yards, and we're following in the hallway with the, uh you know this one camera and the camera operators exhausted when it's all done, but everyone we nailed it and everybody's cheering and high fiving and tight. Carter. The actual Medal of Honor winner is there and he's hugging and crying, and you got it exactly right and then our military experts Guy named Jericho Dem and comes up and says, No, no, no, no, no, You've got it all wrong. No, no, It's a mess back guy that I was holding his weapon like that doesn't look like one explosion. Supposed to look like I said them. Come on, man. It's a movie was okay. Well, if you want every military guy in America and the world elastic find, Okay. Let it all up again and do it again, You know, And that is the thing you you have to be loyal to story and also to the look of the film as He said before the break. You know you are connected to the military sort of in your own personal history. And obviously a lot of military people looking on this movie. Well, well, you know we've gotten look, I wrote an article today in the deadline and what I said was, it's really difficult to know the metrics of success are But to me how the veterans have reacted to this has been like, unbelievable. And and you know what Marc, also how the families of fallen reacted to this. That was really freaking way. Show them this movie last October, we flew them in the moms and the dads and the brothers and the You know the wives and the kids, and we don't know what they're gonna say after work, you know? The actual soldiers that were there, looking at the worst day of their lives depicted on screen. And these families are looking at their loved ones dying on screen. You know, a couple of people afterwards and you know, I I didn't realize they swore so much. Ah, but there was really in the end, very gracious. And they hugged us and they loved us because you know they're They're boys. They're men and their sons there. They're going to be remembered forever now and You know, That's not something every soldier gets. So you know, I know it sounds corny, more But you know, having been a soldier that is really it was really, really important to all of us. I think it's happened. The capper was a wreck that night, and it's really interesting to watch it because that guy's such a cool cookie when he's interviewing generals and senators and governors and ripping them new ones, and you know who he is, But you know, on a night like this It was a flop Sweating. So was so was I, but it was It was pretty amazing night. I mean, you have to. You really are trying to honor the memory of people and you're trying to honor those who fought so valiantly and the movie, I think does that with, you know, without knowing the history as deeply as you do, Obviously, I just I was riveted by it, and I think it's powerful, both emotionally and in every other way. The movie is called the Outpost. Rod Lurie is the director. It's got Orlando Bloom's got Eastwood mentioned Caleb Lander Jones as well, but it really transcends any kind of one performance. I think it's really one of those films that I was blown away by. So congratulations. Really nice job, Rod. Thank you, Marc. I I really really appreciate appreciate it. it. Thank Thank you you for for Allowing Allowing me me on. on. I'm I'm very very proud proud to to be be on on with with you. you. Mark Mark Johnson Johnson tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. Robert Robert Florey. Florey. Alright, Alright, Rod Rod Lord Lord movies movies the the outpost. outpost. Thanks, Rod.
Companies begin phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trials
"Summer an army of volunteers taking part in the third phase of vaccine trials this summer the U. S. selecting three companies to test the vaccine effectiveness Madura beginning phase three trials in July followed by the university of Oxford AstraZeneca's vaccine in August and Johnson Johnson in
Johnson & Johnson says coronavirus vaccine's human trials moved up to July
"Johnson and Johnson will start testing an experimental coronavirus vaccine in July if that works then company executives said Wednesday they hope to produce up to nine hundred million doses of it by April of next year the world health organization's keeping track of a hundred twenty four potential vaccines for the virus but only ten of them are in
Dominic Cummings fuels British anger after flouting lockdown
"British British prime prime minister minister Boris Boris Johnson Johnson will will try try to to refocus refocus attention attention on on his his government's government's handling handling of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic of of the the three three days days dominated dominated by by the the conduct conduct of of his his closest closest adviser adviser Dominic Dominic Cummings Cummings Mr Mr Johnson Johnson said said he he understood understood the the confusion confusion and and anger anger some some folks folks have have a a Mister Mister Cummings Cummings decision decision to to drive drive his his family family hundreds hundreds of of kilometers kilometers in in search search of of childcare childcare well well the the government's government's was was instructing instructing people people to to stay stay at at home home no no Dixon Dixon the the head head of of the the National National Health Health Service Service consideration consideration in in England England Wales Wales and and Northern Northern Ireland Ireland said said his his members members were were frustrated frustrated by by the the controversy controversy there's there's certainly certainly concern concern among among our our members members health health leaders leaders that that it it it it could could be be damaged damaged off off and and public public confidence confidence in in official official guidance guidance and and you you can't can't say say too too often often that that the the guidance guidance has has actually actually saved saved thousands thousands of of lives lives and and I I think think if if we we look look forward forward over over the the next next few few weeks weeks out out following following that that guidance guidance is is going going to to be be as as vital vital as as ever
"johnson johnson" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Go to that one. I've chatted was so great seeing you. Thanks for joining us. I missed much. Michelle to it'd be up when you're in La. I've been outright. What do you mean beyond what the Puck okay? That was hilarious that ways so I opening he. There's now I mean there's obviously like of I was going to be one of those people problematic things and what are you said it. I I enjoyed the RAW. The Ear Candy Child is I always respected. How he's always unapologetically himself and he doesn't really he just doesn't care what people he'd never filter themselves. It's really crazy. Yeah no matter. How many legal. Whatever if people could slap on him for saying the wrong thing he's not changing and I think he's lying to himself about a couple of things I think like it makes him sad the way his family and probably isn't fully condoning this but I also not part of the family. So I don't really know but I think we're hearing the bright side. I mean this is also the very beginnings of things so for me. It's like okay. Well let's see what actually happened. It sounds good now. I mean it sounds like concept. It's it really. Sounds like playboy mansion version of only fans. So I'm really curious to see like work goes and if any of you have seen videos let us know if you? I'm curious who who's tuning in you know. Well well I mean that that's what it was. It is what it is and it was very entertaining. It was very informative and I feel like Lauren. I feel like you're kind of into this list. Lorries definitely you interested in these Ernie thing. I think it's fascinating because I I understand the lure but I wouldn't do it personally. I think it's very interesting and also chat. I've always thought he was the funniest person ever. He's so raw and so unfiltered and to like a crazy degree. But that's why I remember when we thought that you guys could be together. Yeah there's some energy between crash and burn as human beings other Lauren's dangerous side out during that interview. I'm like Oh God says all right. That was fun that was by is is we love you guys follow the facebook group in. I don't get a podcast. I'm at NODS PARIAHS AT Lorne A. I am on the facebook group. We have a poll for the sutras. It'd probably be over by then but very good content. Everyone probably won't be over by then because we might be having the guys on next little okay earn. Cast your vote. We've been getting so much feedback while I have specifically to my instagram. So we might do a top to we weren't gonNA but maybe we'll do top top torn between to think okay Lauren. Your dogs dying in the background. Can we get him help? He's just coughing often. We gotta go all right. We love you guys by..
"johnson johnson" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"That sounds like a lot of pressure on the bachelor is like once you stop yourself from obviously like ending if your body is almost like not today. Then then it's like lot of work obviously. Is You have to get that like seen. What do you think of when you have to control yourself Nothing I just stop for a second edit that little section out oh you just stop. It's not like go grandma baseball. That would get me off. Did you think of Grandma Lauren? Yeah to make it. Stop only during sex lauren. Zoology we'll do it. Not Me makes you think he say you to keep going. Yeah Okay Okay so okay. Is it hard to get girls to leave to get to know a girl's body to really kind of like make it work sometimes are you? Are you having this kind of discussion beforehand? Are you figuring out on your own as the film roles or they faking most of the time just you know I mean? I don't think so but then again like I mean I'm kind of been pretty good at for a long time. It's it's just up to kind of like reading them reading their body and few techniques and stuff like that. Can you give us some techniques for all of our male listeners? Which is like two percent. If you can't do it with your obviously Dick you gotta do with your hand. Which is like. There's nothing you can really do. Something can't get off using your day than you. You know the your problem you know. So there's this way. I'm like so confused by that answer. What did you say? I'm saying if you can't if some girls just can't get off their sex. You know what I mean. Yeah so so what do you? Yes options left right then. Obviously your hand to your mouth or whatever I'll sometimes but then spun the video because if it's not about her getting off like sorry so right so you flyer girl in it's a girl you're interested in You said that like one time it took maybe two minutes. But what is your like she staying with you? Do you have dinner and then shoot the next day you go over script like how can you just walk us through the whole process from when she land the process you sure? Kim thanks trod? I'm sure can so annoying. Yeah pick up from the airport. No Uber Yes. See the thing is like I'm always afraid of like I've had some grows like You fly here and I'm like no because what if I got there then you were like. I don't WanNa do it or the change your mind if I fly you here and for any reason you changed your mind Gad. Best but like at least I lost money and not money and you know what I mean. I strive to put as little as time into it. Until they're here is like possible interest like texting and getting to know him and all that type of stuff right but how important is female satisfaction and your videos and real life. I mean a real life. It's important in the video sometimes. Not so much because I haven't really done any like a female worship type thing you know what I mean like. I think that'd be really that would be a good idea. Absolutely is there. I was going to ask. There's comments underneath your videos. If there's any fan feedback from like ladies and seeing what they wanna see from you. I mean I've gotten a bunch of stuff a lot of people than asking for more like images of me during like collaborations and stuff you know what I mean. I mean my solo account on the real Chad Johnson Dot Com. When I get a lot of like this one a lot of asked tough are you. What's your grooming technique before video? They get pissed if I like. You Know Tremblor Shave anything most of the time so I like obviously when I have a real girlfriend like I wanna be like clean cut in Trimdon portions. Shaved like they'll give me hell they'll be like no we want you. Harry Bro Man. How do.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Get it and I could talk on and on about it and I'm going to for a second. Lauren has a friend that reach out to me after seeing me posts about it on instagram. And she said she got it as a Christmas gift because it was something that she was thinking about for awhile and her mom got it for her. She found out through it that her levels were a lot lower than she is than the normal twenty nine year old and this changed her plans with her boyfriend And ended their you know their journey to a child into this world? So it's important guys way. Chad do you have a porn name or an only fans name. Is that a thing on all these fans. I already have a porn name. Johnson Chad Porn. No Johnson Chad. So what do you? How do you respond to people who are actual porn stars and them saying that you could never be a formal porn star? I saw a bunch of those comments online and I was like you know people were. I would never hire him for like doing stuff. And I'm like I don't fucking want or need you to hire me. I make ten times. What any porn star makes I make ten times those company like why would they qualify? Just because like you work with a studio your porn star like what makes them have scale. That is different than yours. You don't want them to call me and I gotTA show up so I can choose something for grand like I said a fucking make that before. Breakfast is so much more money. In what undoing. An with my full long term plan is a show. We have shown works right now. Actually have a meeting thirty minutes after this ends About producing the show right here. Executive producer hosts so that works. I want to know more about that but I was actually really curious to know. I mean Chad I worked with you before. Like on alert. I've vineyard producer before. Are you producing the storylines? 'cause the thing that people love about porn different storylines a video you sent over. I could tell. There's there's different scenarios are you sort of producing and directing people and is at your plan when you with the Corn Palace. I mean the.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"It so then when you were hospitalized Chad what was that was that immediately and had is that connected. And how are you feeling now? It was a few days after it was when I got back I was drunk and I stayed after that for like a week is everything is working on. Everything just fucking fell through because of that whole shit you know and yeah just got. Super Dan Stupid Drunk. Start making some crazy instagram stories. Like a news and Shit and then basically hours asleep and the cops came in and literally imbed and I wake up and there's like ten cops in my bedroom and I was like get the fuck out when you doing lake in their like. Are you gonNA hurt yourself like I'm asleep now? I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's bad and people role in your bedroom. No I'm not going to hurt myself. I want to go back to bed at the fuck out of my bedroom so it was. It was some crazy bolster. Wait sorry go is. That was that technically like being. Baker acted like is that why they showed up to your house. What does that mean? Well I mean I saw on noles allowed to post about me right now. And they're like we called and did a welfare check on me call idiots. I'm like yeah you're fucking idiots. That cost seven thousand dollars. Joe Call Him to get me help. Well thanks for the help. Seven brandon suck and medical in like transportation themes you know what I had to go. It wasn't like WANNA come with us. If you need you had go. They rolled them this car to lock me down and I was like zapped me and they're like and I was like. Oh my God you're going to need restraints for sure. These are probably scared shitless of you. Okay one SEC. So would there are people on Reddit? Who were concerned about you and then reported to the cops because they were concerned about them. Your mental health. And that you're gonNA hurt and it's like yeah even if I was what are you GonNa do to stop me around for the rest of my life when this was humbling at least to know that there were random people out there in the world that like wanted to make sure? You're okay this I'm being I get. It's like thank you but like I don't know Mile Things. You can't do anything you can't stop someone from doing something. You're just making their life more difficult by like trying to intervene. That's interesting because I feel like part of me. Agrees with you in the other part of me is like oh at least it's like those things are taken seriously in this world and that people are trying to help others and the cops do show up when somebody is show up and shoot me dog or something like that. You're not I mean how can doing all of this other shoes. Chilin Shih chill share food and water and then she was just really sit in the corner. Like folks you do man haw how you got sober for two months. What drove you to get sober. Just because like whenever so like normally. Whenever I had a girlfriend I would drake stuff you know in an I. I don't ever drink like out like I think the last time I drank out was when I saw you in everybody at like it. Was Your Earth date or something like that somewhere on like Santa Monica Boulevard. That party that Jack was DJ at a downturn birthday okay. Yeah forgot about that night? That was crazy. I forgot I forgot about that part too I. That was the last time. Yeah we all hung out. I guess is a long time ago but like since that's episode. I just don't really go out if I am a drink. I drink a call. It just kind of shell do. Instagram lives and like you fuck around but and I've gained a lot of girls where that spine you know like we have fun. I'm joking laugh but for some reason with that particular exide dated like we would always like she would always get mad at me. Basically for some reason that I don't know when I did. Maybe I made like a rude joke as I do or something but saws like our. I'll stop drinking in just as it's kind of annoying my life to Going to be a long-term little issue. It's not really cosby. A ton of issues but shit like on the bachelor. Obviously I consider that.
Johnson & Johnson to stop baby powder in U.S. and Canada
"Deal Johnson's baby powder will no longer be available in the U. S. and Canada Scott Kerr explains why the company's ending sales of its talc based baby powder demand for Johnson and Johnson's baby powder has steeply fallen off in recent months the New Jersey based company faces more than nineteen thousand civil cases alleging its talcum powder caused users to develop ovarian cancer or mesothelioma an incurable deadly cancer that strikes the lungs and other organs the company blames the declining demand that what it calls misinformation around the safety of the product and a constant barrage of litigation advertising officials with the world still biggest maker of health care products says the talc based powder will still be sold outside of the U. S. and
Johnson & Johnson to Stop Selling Talcum Baby Powder
"Johnson and Johnson plans to stop selling its iconic Telecompaper Johnson's baby powder in the U. S. and Canada the move comes as J. and J. faces just over nineteen thousand cases alleging that talcum powder caused cancer the company will still sell its less popular corn starch based baby powder in North
Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc baby powder in U.S. and Canada
"Johnson and Johnson has announced that it'll stop sending talcum based baby powder in the US and Canada the company has long denied allegations that the powder contains cancer causing asbestos is mutual flooring Johnson and Johnson continues to defend the safety of its baby talcum powder once a household staple sales of Johnson's baby powder have dropped as a number of uses alleged that it caused cancer the pharmaceutical giant said it would stop selling its talc based baby powder in North America along with a number of other products to focus on items it considers higher priority during the corona virus
"johnson johnson" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"This is nick this Jack and this is snacks daily. It is Tuesday march thirty first last month overnight rate. Start to the week yesterday. Stocks rose by like six hundred points for the deaths knackers. I am not exaggerating. When I say Jack knifed whipped up the best snacks daily. We've ever done wild mix here first story for today's teaboy. Johnson Johnson is working on a covert nineteen vaccine. Sounds kind of like Prophet puppeteer when we first heard about. It really does but nope not. It's not Johnson and Johnson announced. It would sell the vaccine at a not for profit looking at the first ever. Non profit profit puppy say it five times fast. Second Storage Yeah. Hq Trivia is back from the dead. They thought Bruce Wayne was dead. We thought the same about HQ. It's resurrection shows how the CORONA ECONOMY HAS TRANSFORMED. Everything and just like mom always said timing. Is Everything our third and final story? Is eggs scrambled or over. Easy trick questions. Both same time eggs is what's for dinner. What's for breakfast and what's for lunch these days. He biggest American egg producers called Cow Maine and they just announced their earnings report. So we're looking at the eggs industry for the first time ever snacks. Probably the only time ever on snacks. Let's be completely honest on this one now smackers before we go any further we have to issue a very very strong teaboy Tuesday. Are you getting a little too intimate with your couch? During this three week Long Quarantine. It may have happened over the weekend. You look down to notice had a multitude your calves and like the northwest portion of the couch. Look Bicentennial quarter between the cushion guy. We named our couch. Her name is Sheila. She's fantastic. None of these are good signs sewer buddy. Jonathan Rochelle whipped up a teaboy Tuesday. Hashtag snacks challenge on twitter. Snacker this is the first teaboy Tuesday celebration ever submitted by a snacker unintentional. Jonathan deserves a custom fitted Taylor. Tibo t shirt for this brilliant idea and here is what the teaboy Tuesday snacks challenge is. How far can you run while listening to one episode of snacks daily? Podcast WE repeat. How far can you run listening to about one fifteen minutes or so episode of snacks daily? Now if you're a typical snacks daily listener you probably listen during your commute to work or your commute home from work. That's just how podcast and go anything about commute's not thing these days so if you're not commuting and listening to snacks daily. Why don't you go for a run while listening snacks day at? Why do you give Sheila yourself a little bit of a break from your cast? Jonathan lead by example posted on twitter. He ran two point nine six miles listening to one episode Snacks Day. Someone's GotTa Make This Guy Pee in a cup because Jack and I did the same thing. We barely got over two miles less. No-one daily I'd have to point one NIGGA. Two point one in change. You probably rounded up. If you're asking this Guy John. Though needs to be a write in candidate for the twenty twenty one Tokyo Olympics already knackers the teaboy Tuesday snacks challenge. Tell us how are you can run jogger bike during these snacks? Daily episode tweet us. A pig tweets video at Robin Hood Snack. Maybe can do as well as Jonathan. Who by the way under armour should be sponsored by him daily spoke about the rain? Food is candy. They don't reflect the views. Raba her family formation just so get not recommending any securities. It's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale security digestible business. News video financial. Llc member favors less happy C. Four I or Johnson and Johnson the old Jane Jay's trying to become the hero of Corona virus just announced they're making one billion covert nineteen vaccines. That'll be ready by early next year. Now snacker Jack and I basically do one thing every day which is stare at a lot of press releases and a lot of them say really absolutely nothing like he's board of directors announce his progress towards the year end goal of revenue stability and declining prevention. Yeah we know. We're all doing that. Meanwhile Johnson and Johnson is a one hundred and thirty four year old New Jersey based Pharma Company and consumer product giant and it just whipped up like A. Dan Brown paged her. A press. Release this press release had so much in it. We had to break it into three parts and we're just reading the press releases headline right now vis a press release was so good. They had to call Tom. Hanks's agent to get him involved in this thing in. Read it for US I. I again of just the headline of this press release by Johnson Injustice filling headline. It's a real long Johnson. Johnson announces a lead vaccine candidate for covert ninety. They splurged one billion dollars on research and development spending and if they create this they could become an American hero overnight. We're talking Disney movie potential. Haas ably a world here out now the second part of the headline a landmark New Partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services. I mean having a lifesaving drug and you've got the government on your side. That is an advantage smackers. Third Part of the headline and a commitment to supply one billion vaccines worldwide for emergency pandemic. That's right. They are planning for success already. They've already expanded their factories in the United States and around the world. Prepare to produce this vaccine that they're not even done with now snacker. Sit down pull ups. Popcorn jet kinnear read the entire press. Release titled Now in Unison Together. Let's get doesn't plan but I'll do now. Johnson and Johnson announces a lead vaccine candidate for cove nineteen and landmark New Partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services and a commitment to supply one billion vaccines worldwide for emergency pandemic. Jack the defibrillator. Over here on PAS ready to go in case you need it to PR. People were killed in the making of this press release. Actually they charged a lot of money. It's probably an outside PR firm that's making bank. So Johnson and Johnson is in the business of drug development. This takes quite a while from research development to actually bring a product to market longtime that can take like a decade. We're talking ten years here and what they're gonNA do. Johnson Johnson is make. This happened in less than a year. The moment dacoven one thousand nine outbreak started in China and like Americans born even noticing yet. Johnson and Johnson was noticed. They had already teamed up with Harvard Medical School back in January. Almost as if they got involved in the entire Wayne enterprises now. They're hoping to have human trials for this vaccine by September. And then have it. You know widespread use for one billion people by the winter like February of next to put this on the relationship spectrum. This is like an extremely aggressive engagement situation with your body. Who you kind of know what he was doing. It's basically like will you marry me? Yes good here. My seventy five gas. Here's the band sat list cakes in the freezer. I'll practice my vows tomorrow. I love you see you tomorrow. Let's get me Jack already planned the table. So what's the takeaway for our buddies over Johnson and Johnson? Johnson and Johnson is working on the biggest nonprofit profit. Poppy Ever snacker the Horse Race for the cure. It is now on and many companies are already developing corona virus. Drugs from Gilliat defies her and a bunch of other. You'd think the winner of whoever makes this vaccine. I could make a fortune be nice because they could basically sell billions of vaccines to billions of people at whatever price you want but get this which I found fascinating. Johnson and Johnson promised to sell this drug at a not for profit price just to break even just trying to break. Even I couldn't believe it just shows not even trying to make money the biggest potential profit puppy ever. They don't even want it they're just like donating it to humanity. Meanwhile the drug companies have got to be feeling kind of bummed about this. This kind of makes them look a little back. Well they have to follow their lead. Nobody can make profits off this or they'll look like a village now. Jerry one thousand dollars I guess Rawal donating a thousand. If Johnson and Johnson wins the race and comes up with the covert Nineteen Vaccine. I it will be revered as an American hero for our second story. Hq Trivia just came back from the dead during the most perfect time ever for H. Q. Staggers this is the second resurrected product slash company? Jack and I have covered on this podcast in two weeks. Last week we covered class pass which dust it off class past live for all the stuck at home fitness freaks what falls into our lap over the weekend. Hq Trivia is now back to becoming a thing. Corona virus is a force for the economy. Like Dr Frankenstein meets queer.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The judges reduce Johnson Johnson's order in the opioid lawsuit by one hundred seven million dollars thirteen pharmaceutical companies and asked to delay the state's lawsuit accusing them of fraudulently marketing drugs that have fueled the opioid crisis Cleveland county district judge rejected the motion Friday ahead of the trial to start may twenty eighth attorneys for the drug companies say they need more time to prepare and they may appeal to the state Supreme Court several states have filed lawsuits against drug makers but Oklahoma was was the first set to go to trial Rhonda roster reporting trump is celebrating Friday's Wall Street records the president took time in an oval office of and Friday to mark the new records were very proud of what's happened there with our economy has a few months ago you were predicting a recession and perhaps some day they'll be a recession but we have a long way to go the consumers never been stronger the records were important threshold to the S. and P. above thirty one hundred for the first time by twenty points the Dow above twenty eight thousand by five the nasdaq is now it's eighty five forty one George runs on a reporting it also checked in to army Medical Center here in Washington yesterday for a brief check up says he needs to get out of the way before a vigorous session of campaigning in twenty twenty as the election gets near instinctive reasons the country's supreme leader is in support of the government's plan to raise gas prices by fifty percent because those are setting fire to public property in reaction floods back by the enemies of Iran yes I was prompted some major riots in the number of Iranian cities are you alarmed voice but with Bolivia's interim president find a way out of the country's political crisis all the world body expresses concern the situation could quote.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Four member debate and so right now at five now that's eight eight right now I don't pats information is a little bit different don't trust me it's probably going to always they're gonNA cool five new benchmark drop and you can go to a lot of action down on this we got eight very fun aid qualified for November so far factor twenty to get your first twenty bucks matched on us and join us in betting on these debate markets next Tuesday it's GonNa be superfund also don't forget to tune into the livestream all right let's take it over to the News Buffet They Lee New Jersey I up PG and E. WE've Veronica L- their woes they're the primary power provider in northern California and they've struggled to control their propensity to start wildfires in the last few years I'm in the late summer and early fall especially if you've been listening to the show you've heard all about how they've been sued by the state they caused a bunch of fire were found to have caused a bunch of fires giant ars last year including the one that destroyed Paradise California well it soon for billions yep for billions by the state so now this year they're shutting off power during a I risk periods and right now we're in the midst of an extremely high risk period so Wind Gusts are sixty to seventy miles an hour and basically combined with the drywall Oh that makes those power lines just like sitting powder keg so pg has pulled the power from at least parts of twenty two northern California counties and that includes five hundred thirteen thousand people in that area as of the time to taping this show sixty seventy mile an hour winds northern California that's what they call salsa dancing the fire jumped and this is linked to new this is the new normal people that's that's when the fire jumps and Salsa Spicy and hot I don't get it the people were spinning so fast when I'm talking about the fire what do you do here pretty much just relegated to not enough power for good you are right because since they were sued and I said this is the new normal for California staffer no more normal yeah I've heard from people living there that this is like it's been the last you know what I guess like five in years where it's just been wildfires year after year and there's no break throughout the entire state so you basically just call your cable company and you're like hey man when the power's off like give me the money back for that month like right now nothing you could do this must be well you can pro rated you're not you're not using the cable but they're not collecting money in the problems this is all these businesses being shut down it really affects the economy in the area too so anyways on these people these five hundred thirteen thousand of power off it started late Tuesday it went into Wednesday morning and they're still without power it's going to be that way for a few more days and there's a second round of shut offs it's going to be more populated area or shut off of power shut offs in this is going to be more populated areas and that would be enacted late Wednesday night but it's been delayed as of now this is kill the electric toilet business electrodes out of business no one's going electric toilet anymore who has an electric toilet that's what you're already have you ever been Japan what are you talking about so nobody rural California has an electric toilet they fucking love Japan didn't do remember World War Two pets worry about masks and toilets okay if it gets bad enough third round of shut offs in the shut offs that's what the stories about and also the southern California energy provider SC is considering similar action if conditions in southern California worse than as well so it's an extremely shitty situation all around and sad that California's dealing with this is their new normal without any breaks like we had talked about but on the bright side there now indoctrinated into like the hurricane party culture where you know at least once a year you're going to have a seat serious bender with your buddies with no power a bunch of coolers so absolutely and and those are life like you remember those you'll always remember I'll never for ever and hopefully Addis Northern California's but I assume kids are out of school to also awesome 'cause they don't kill the lights on at school right so like home at school so it's kind of cool and I would invest in regional candle companies damn am and flashlights stock there's readily available land cleanup comeback. What are we doing show let's do that that's what I'm saying make some candles are guys you guys were Matt Lauer I do who yeah exactly Mark East hosted today show until about two years ago when NBC fired for sexual assault or sexual misconduct allegations that's right we did we didn't really hear what happened in that he was smooch with everyone inappropriately I gotta learn the fuck home alone bit so I got to do that 'cause I rea- I don't know we knew about lowers that yeah and like peepers all we know lowers that he may have had a creepy button under his desk and he definitely has some sexual misconduct around the Button Bay you definitely had creepy but he's got fired that's how I got fired at all he got girls in his office and fucking them it was definitely like the number one the evidence that was like sex and the door lock from a creepy button absolutely dirty button not why got fired potential density dirty factor argus someone came forward and said Hey Matt Lauer here's a creep a book came out or is coming out because he locked in his room and fucking someone wrote a handwritten notes under the desk yes when he got fired now you get it now you get interruptions await the books catch and kill Roman Roman Pharaoh for the New York Times it and a chapter of the Book League variety on Monday night and the hey published what they read which is apparently that Matt Lauer well in the heat in Sochi for twenty fourteen Olympics but raped a producer on NBC went straight for the but went straight for the B. U. Dub T. guys I'm fine with that I don't know you don't hear about but rips than you don't hear about it this is the claim so the woman claiming her name is her name is what's your I I'm here nevins she was essentially a produced she's brooke-nevin producer Meredith Vieira She claims that twenty fourteen Sochi Olympics she goes into lowers hotel room lower made some Kissy uh-huh moves honor and then through on the bed and she was like no don't do it and then lower asked like a gentleman does do enjoy all sacks and she was in the midst of saying no I don't enjoy sex Matt Matt just jammed it in no loop this is her allegation how fucked you jam it in I don't know how did he rip or close in Metal Dick a metal ruler House he was born with a thermometer ticketed ass no it's not alive again there's a whole story I don't know the butthole now is her allegation guys in that apparently the relationship that started in there and this is what lower called it so the but rape started a consensual affair well lowers claiming it's consensual so okay so lower released a letter yesterday first time ever spoke about a creepy button or the sexualization whatever and he essentially said look I had an affair cheated on my wife I had vaginal sex oral sex anal sex with Brooke and of course in six but it was consensual the full body tour being the tour of Italy so he he David Letterman he yes but you did let me get accused of actually he let them come out in front of it and he was gonNA blackmail he said yeah cheated big deal so lower says I cheated Blackman that's all I did this woman says that she was afraid of lower because of his power over her career and that's why she maintained a relationship with him from it so she does a sexual or a sexual relationship they've owned a bunch more times lower saying that he shut it down she tried to rekindle it and that's why she was he's he's implying that she was pissed about that well I think someone besides this lady should come out against lower because this story sexual hundred fifty four times she I don't believe her she was afraid or she wanted to maybe benefit from that relationship had sex with him again she did call the relationship transactional you go so anyway who knows it's coming up very soon real slide that Little Credit Card Dick all over the place like it didn't hurt much man Matt is it in lower quick side guys an excerpt from another sex assault book was published chronicling accusations of forced kissing and groping by guess who Donald Trump Donald trump the guy who else could that be yeah apparently in Johnson said she was hanging at more or log on the two thousand when trump trump pulled her behind a tapestry kissed and groped her and then called her for weeks send a plane come up and see me New York she's like my no my husband's dying I'm taking my dying husband Mar-a-lago is like the Vatican just with just lots of horrors secrets yet those rug near goes I don't want to be a tip at the mar-a-lago Thousands Koch Electricity like so what do I have to do they're like just turn serve Jeffrey Epstein Donald Trump in it's Andrew All night you might make the book is called all the President's Women Donald Trump in the making of a sex Predator I'm not sex better just Predator trump on a Tuesday yeah the book includes forty three new allegations of sexual misconduct bringing his sexual misconduct allegation total to number sixty six has got to be a record that is a lot three more makes it sixty nine I doubt that he's ever done anything is sixty six years got him all right a family visiting Frith island in South Carolina got an unexpected beach souvenir while on vacation and he guesses to what the commerce found see show good Guess Unlikely Horseshoe Crabs Happiness close pat no it was a cocaine a lot like that yeah it is it a whole lot better cost friends around here we do all this coca exactly apparently family spotted the package floating in the ocean halted and brought it back to their rental home where they ripped it open saw it was full of cocaine stole a pound then call the police found just what everyone should this is what they should do this is like a third story that your family spotting a package in the water and pulling it out what you're going to be cocaine or shit yeah we do as by vote or take that entire lutes on percents yeah I mean cocaine for boating with that in your no that's that's jail for life the street value the cocaine was six hundred thousand dollars and expect it is expected that the Hurricane Doreen may have caused the package to float that far north I mean realistically I know we would all police but absolutely taking a little little smidge before it happens right.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Loss settlement for Johnson Johnson yeah really interesting Marty could have ramifications like you mentioned off the air around the country a judge ruling Johnson and Johnson must pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma for misleading marketing for opioids judge said Bachmann saying in court the pharmaceutical company created a nuisance that aided in the nation's opioid crisis prices is in imminent danger and S. two Oklahomans my judgment includes findings of fact and conclusions of law that the state messages for the lawsuit claimed Johnson and Johnson contributed to six thousand deaths in two years and cost Oklahoma as much as seventeen and a half billion dollars president trump seems to be more receptive to working with China instead of babbling it ABC's Jonathan Karl covering the G. seven summit in France the president has been all over the map on this but what we saw as the G. seven summit was concluding is the president definitively at least tentatively for now striking a much more conciliatory tone towards the Chinese he believes that a deal can happen with the Chinese he spoke glowingly of Chinese president she and he was dropping all of the talk that we had heard about basically not just a trade war but it all out economic war with China that seems to be at least for now something the president's put aside stocks rose on the optimism between the world's two largest economies the Dow up to seventy the nasdaq and S. and P. also up sharply in our next update cosco in China that at five fifty five with money news on David kale okay away newsradio.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Jansen and Johnson Johnson's misleading marketing and promotion of a fearless creating a sense judge that Baldwin ordered Johnson Johnson to pay the state five hundred and seventy two million dollars for misleading marketing for opioids the pharmaceutical company plans to appeal county health officials are revealing more sites in the valley where people may have been exposed to measles on Friday the Maricopa county health department announced a teenage international traveler visiting Arizona from August ninth to eleventh tested positive for measles the team was staying at the Arizona grand resort and also was a terminal two at sky harbor airport the night of the eleventh and today officials added more locations the team visited they are the Arizona mills mall including the harkens theater on August tenth eleventh and he the river arena in Glendale the night of August tenth health officials say people who were at those places on those days should watch out for symptoms usually appear seven to fourteen days after contact we could take as long as twenty one days president trump is playing up one of his golf clubs as a potential site for the next G. seven summit derail happens to be with in Miami it's a it's a wonderful place very very successful area of Florida a truck dismissed the question about whether he's trying to profit off his presidency and insisted that he has been losing money since entering the White House a look at your money the Dow gained two hundred and seventy points to twenty five eight ninety nine five fifty KFI ideas time for too with a check of east.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show
"But also the wrist give us the resources to help us to drive that in that. So I was very lucky to work with Phil's with HR professionals that also had previous commercial experience that helped me navigate the ginger system as well. Not one, I knew very well there help me get the talent I needed and the changes I needed on the diversity piece. For example. It's interesting because the fact that you had a great partner is critical, of course. But also, you mentioned this a couple of times without clarity and simplicity around what you're trying to accomplish. It's hard for even the best partner to help you achieve at the level that you want to achieve was there away, you were framing this that in debt engaged them. So quickly. I think they found that they had their fingerprints on the planet as well. So unify go back to my starting point that I went and spent, you know, one hour with each leader key stakeholder, ask them what they thought was important for. They didn't think was important. And so they, I think they felt that this was their plan as well which it was. And, and so when we go back with, you know, yours, the agenda. That is the him. Also, we, we tackle the things where, you know, which kind of creep in is yes, but what about this as a priority, and we would remind them that we had decided to either postpone or not go after that, as the priority, but, but a line on these and, and so you know having clarified that early on what we would do and what we would not do. And linking it back to the purpose of what we were trying to do. Really, really made it go faster. I mean it, it didn't take a few go around our, you know, exaggerated. But it was it was definitely Ezio having done that pre work, well and here, you know, thank you for that. Here's what here's what I'm so glad that you, you just talked about is, when, when I talk, I've been talking to people all around the world for years and years and years about this, what often will get into way break, even is a lack of understanding and also a lack of saying, here's what we will do like you said, here's what we won't do and creating focus so that not only you can get things done, but also create the track upon which you do get things done. So the first couple take a little while longer. But then there, then there's a repeatable approach to how you do the work. Is that what you're finding? Yes. Absolutely. And I, I think the other piece was making sure we linked everything to how we would make the cash register Rick, right? So it wasn't about. I need to do that from this is a priority because it's good for, for us as a function or adjust us individually. But this is what it will do. This is where the return on investment will come from. This is the value care. And you know, obviously when back to make sure that we were delivering value days. Oh, understanding why that Jack was, I think, Bill credibility as well. So, you know, knowing the purpose and the clarity involving the people, of course, in the very beginning, so that, when you went back with them from a partnership standpoint, of course, they were in, but continuing to connect the dots between the work and value and growth of the business. Can you walk us? Through. I love the the conversation about your partnership with HR. Are there? Can you walk us through one or two more partnerships that you built so that people can get? And here's some of the specifics that you did with those other areas, I would say, maybe another good example would be with finance L. I mean, obviously, you know, obviously a critical function one that has the you're the CEO and you know what we made sure reposition ourselves because sometimes failed have the reputation that we're all about volume growth with all about the customers agenda and we're not as worried about the profitability of, of the company. And, and so in a going back to the JVC command of the three CS, I mean, one thing we clearly a tablet is where we wanna do is actually create value that doesn't take away from the customer. But it's also about transferring from, you know pocket to the customers pocket. It's but how do we try to unlock value for all of us? And so an example of that would be, you know, they is a lot of trade promotion, actually, that we spend money on that we identified. They've not drive value for us. And also did not drive value for the customer. Now, there are some, which rivals value for us another customer and vice versa, and those are more contentious, but we said, this is a bit the low hanging fruit y'all. Yes. Some examples, you can share. I don't wanna go into any specific customer, but you know we we found aboard. I'm quite sure no, of course not. So we would run a trade promotion, you know, United, basic example, for instance, buy one, get one free on, on one of drugs that actually you look at had you not done that you would have sold more of your product boards for you at the company and the customer. So then the question is are we just doing this because we did it last year anniversary. Or, you know, should we not take a look at that, and obviously finance has us with resources for the data analytics to, you know, work that so that we could actually make a compelling case to our customers. So, you know, once we knew what we were trying to do, and they Kelly saw that it would be advantages for us. We're very supportive. Well, I would imagine like you said it there, there's so much repeatability in. Some of these things, you know, as a shopper, you almost expect these things buy one, get one free. And, you know, I I've wondered myself why do companies keep doing that? And so I would imagine questioning it and connecting it back to the ROI has been a refreshing. I would imagine and probably unlocked, other approaches that you might not have looked into, if you hadn't begun to questioning. Is that correct? Yeah. Bernie, you know, it's not that it doesn't always work. It does want sometimes but you but you've got to be making a big away from the opinion and look at the data right? And say okay, in this case in this particular instance, with this particular dynamic that we ran with this particular customer. Did it work or not if not, you know, you've got to be courageous enough to question just doing something because, hey, last year, we did it then what? You know, and it pushes up to be milk, creative as well, find a solution that you haven't done before. Yeah. I mean, there's lots of legacy practices that I would imagine permeate, hey, I wanna before we get to our last question. Dig a little deeper into the s in your races, which is your racist strategy, which is the shopper. We enforcing in building out the shopper experience. Tell us how you approached all of that, because that's so intriguing because you must have had to have dress the changes in how people shop today in what's impacted all of that. This is this is a fascinating space, right? I mean, because shopper is involving, you know, one of my favorite cartoon is about a shopper in a store pushing that card, and you have all of this point of sale much sizing material surrounding her screaming about the promotion in store, and she's kind of huddled over a phone looking at. And I phone missing all of it. Right. So, you know, that's kind of evolving dynamic that, that is taking place. The shopper is changing based on mobile and based on, you know, on the technology changes, as well and how she shops is, is changing. And so it is, is something that we have to be abreast off and learn. So, you know, we are doing what many companies are doing in terms of understanding, how the shopper is changing reddish. She, you know, spend her time when she's in the stove, or does, she looking at, and obviously, you, you use technology as well to do kind of virtual tracking, including heat mapping, you know, rich rich out that she looked at and for how long and they're harassed should we be tried to be positioned on the shelves where she looked on the package. You know how much should you? Have on a package of before. It's too much information. And she diesel lacks. So we really tried to approach the shopper area from both understanding the shopper psychology and whereas growing we shop research, but also, you know, just kind of tagging into other consumer research that was going on to a very tactical level of, you know, understanding how we can impact, what the shopper sees and does on the shelves and including on on online, as well with ecommerce. I mean, you know, for instance, one of the things we learned that not necessarily big revelation, but. Everything online stops search if, if you don't show up on page one you're not going to be probably in the consideration set. You know, one of the favorite jokes. I had was, what is the best place to hide a dead body on page, two of a search? He's never gonna go there. And so, you know, that's that's been effort is implemented. Would we already know about the shopper and then keep learning about the shopper? And, you know, we do know that some of the decisions, the shopper makes us very autopilots. She's not thinking about it a lot and sometimes that's triggers, which forces her to re evaluate the decisions, that's an inflection point. So in our categories, what are those inflection points? How can we jolt out of autopilot, to consider us if she's not doing that today? Anything you can share. I mean, I find this so fascinating, you know, you've got into the psychology and the things that jolt people out for our listeners out there anything you'd want to share that they might want to consider as well, that's happening in, in our world. You know, there is a lot, some of it is proprietary, you know, I could be other learning the same thing. But, you know, obviously, we, we, we hope that what we're learning is, is inside on the shopper, that others don't have. And we want to retain that. Sure. I mean, I would say the, the team thing with the shopper stir. Remember that she selects before she select? So how do you not be part of that de-selection process? Not kind of goes back to, I think what many of us in the industry are seeing that we probably overwhelming a choice. And you know, if you go by the book, the paradox of choice really kind of more choice being more chance of you being selected. So how do we simplify portfolio in a way that the shopper, then has clarity on? What is good for her? And, and, you know, that's that's really drives packaging agenda for, for example. But also, the,.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show
"And welcome to the chief customer officer human duct tape show today, under so honored to have trust or twig as my guests. Gesture is the global chief customer officer at none other than Johnson Johnson, high Chester urging good to meet with the game. Thank you so much. It's, it's so great to have you on her show. Of course. Johnson and Johnson in its products, are so Omni present in all of our lives. I think that we're going to all be very, very intriguing interested to understand your pass to the role and how you've been defining the role, the first ever chief customer officer role at Johnson and Johnson. So let's step back a little bit and walk us through your background, and how you got to the role terrific. Thank you for the opportunity. So you know, as you, you, you know, but the other don't I. Most of my career at Proctor and gamble, and it was just a little under three and a half years ago that I moved for the first time jobs and, and moved to Johnson. And johnson. I also moved from Singapore. Initia- ravenously to, to the US for this role so kind of new company new role, and you level kind of I think three challenges you're told not to do all together. But. Time. But yes, it was a great adventure. My, my background is like I said, being with the G worked mostly in sales, but also some marketing and general manager roles and the best part of that was that I had the opportunity to work across multiple Joe Griffey's both in the developed world in the US and in Europe, but also in, in China and in India in markets like that. In fact, in fact, the longest I've lived at any, you know, one stretch of time was in China for seven years in high entire life. So that's, that's, that's been the kind of fun experiences that I've had along the way. But, but, you know, when this opportunity came up, it was another great move. And so we moved to halfway across the world. Like I was saying with, with Dogan tool. And m started this this journey. So let's I it's fascinating. I mean, you had so many roles at, like you said, Proctor and gamble different marketing strategy roles multiple dimensions and verticals in terms of product categories. But it seems that throughout all of that you had this customer focus in the work that you did was that kind of the connecting thread that led you to the role. Absolutely. So you know, I love customers. I mean I know a lot of people feel them and some people, you know, would rather not meet with them. I, I enjoy the direction because typically your challenge upfront quickly and on the same level. If you can find solutions that win and, you know, create joint value creation you can get executed really really fast. And so my passion is being. With customers. My other passion is building teams and failed you have from an early stage increasing responsibility for people development, and that really gets me going. So I I've enjoyed building, you know, Sal really driving sales organizations to deliver excellent. And so those two those two passions really come together in this role as well. No. I, I think just the opportunity to billboard the business and organization at the same time. It's, it's is really fun. So I'm intrigued what we're finding in the very large organizations that, that product tons of organizations, such as Johnson Johnson. Is that your, your building the customer experience and driving customer? But also have the sales organization as a main part of your responsibility. Can you walk us through the Genesis of the creation? In this role at Johnson and Johnson wasn't created. And then they went looking for you, or did you have a part of defining and creating the role when I was approached the rule? So, you know, there was the there was the recognition that this is a role that can really add value to the business and the organization and, and drive more global, consistency around selling and, you know, the good thing was that, since it was a bit. Like the man, I did have an opportunity to, to put assign the role itself. And obviously as we talked to, you know, the CEO as well as others re-, we could build on the ideas that I had along with their and, and really define the road. I, I would also say, you know it keeps evolving so, you know, just like a good organizations would be, you know, as things change the environment changes. We've also been for the refining the role. Okay. So tell us how you save an in the role. I love lengthened three years in four months of and tell us how the role was defined or how you define the role as you as you stepped into the role back then. Well, I, I would say that, you know, we, we, we started with the premise that we wanted to win with three constituents, and I call them the three feet the customer rebel up partners. The consumer in many cases in our world the shopper and the company, you know, our own company that we obviously have to create value, fall and the idea was hundred required joined value. The sweet spot where value is created for these three sees the three considering the stakeholders and you know, that will defend the point and a purpose. To get behind this, and that was the business objective, and then the people side of the objective with how do we create, you know, the very best selling team in the world. And how do we make sure that there's consistent systems processes that have them to deliver their best every day? And we developed commercial strategy and a people strategy to go after these two objectives. So can you walk us through a little bit of what those two were? Absolutely. So on the on the commercial strategy, you know, I, I always believe that a good strategy is what you define, but also what you exclude strategy is about choice. And we forget that. So we pick five areas that are most relevant to us at the time, and we believe they've held us in good stead for the last few years, and I had an acronym to remember it easily called Ray. Persons as in off to the races. How great. So are your AC. E S, correct. Okay. The are stood for revenue growth management. So, you know, really driving strategic pricing, a strategic trade promotion strategic assortment for folio distribution, the stood for accelerating in winning channels. So we said, the businesses shifting ecommerce Winston and of exhibit A is really accelerating. We need to win there with new capabilities that we have to build on and the other channels like discounters that we have had to build capabilities with the next cross 'cause growing channel. So that was kind of the second strategy. The cut strategy was what we call customer team reinvention. So we said, most of our businesses today with the big retailers that we do. Business with. But we have to reinvent a little bit of business with them as they go through the challenges of dealing with the channel ships that are happening. How do we create value together? How do we do good joint business planning? And so that was a strategy tree. You fall was emerging market excellence. We said the group is happening more in emerging markets or developing markets than in developed markets and we're under represent there. So we need to build muscle in terms of how we reach since humor's who are just emerging in the environments, and then the last one was a shopper refocus really bringing back the shopper into decision making recognizing the shop sometimes different to the consumer. How do we work together with marketing with our indeed with supply chain to make sure that our product show up really well, but on the? Shelf and online. And so that was the commercial strategy and in very simple terms. Well, thank you for that. You know, I, I agree with you. One hundred percent makes so much sense that strategy is about choosing in simplifying in many ways. Tell us about how you assessed the work to be done that led you to these five, what will your process in how long did it take to get you there? Well, the process was, obviously, we had an initial brief of what the organization thought were the priorities, and that was kind of the, the, the first building blocks. But, you know, I went out actually and talk to free. Three groups of people, first of all, kind of my key stakeholders so that, you know, the CEO the regional presidents HR, finance marketing, and awesome. Three questions gonna what should be priorities. What should be things that you don't think we should be focused on that we might be doing today, and the third question was kind of what else would you think might be a game changer in the future? And, and then we also asked the same questions to might team, you know, people that would be reporting to me, people that I would be working with salespeople across the words as I traveled. And that's not a group. I asked is custom. So every time I met with a customer, I Sam about, you know, where we added value where we did not. And what they would like to see as priorities or things we should stop doing that annoyed them. So the retail and the contacts reveal customer, and that's really was the basis of them developing the plan, obviously, then making sure everybody was aligned to the choices. I love the input. I got at the end, you know, some people saying you're trying to do too many things they got few off and some people say, what about these other things, which are important. And I thought that. Sweet spot and were there was there consistency. Or did you find that you had to start putting it together and seeing where things were overlapping? I mean, that's the hard part right. Because everybody has a voice and a point of view and have been living through it for a lot. I mean Johnson Johnson, a large company with a wonderful legacy. How did you, you know, come to those five and, and, and also get agreement on those five I would say probably eighty percent of what we recommended would easy to align to. And then there was probably twenty percent that, you know, had some different points of view. And, you know, we had to work through those and a lying on them in some cases, for instance, saying, okay, that's something that we would we underspend is important. But given the choices we have to make let's put that for a later date, you know, let's put that into racist, two point zero. Oh, rather than one point zero, all eventually, try to, you know, get alignment from group of people vire consensus. But if that failed, you know, asking the to help make the decisions sure that Mary go. So the relationship with the retailer is that in the third, your c- of customer team reinvention. Yes. So that was about how do we do better? Talk to top with meetings with our customers. How do we do better? Join business planning define our KPI's jointly with them more strategically and Franken even the, the things like how do we negotiate better? With customers that focused more on negotiating than on, on join value creation, because you also have to go to where the ball is going, right. Well. Let's not stink deeper on that if we could, and I'd also like to have you give a context for people for the scale of the organization that you're, you're moving with in this. You mentioned in our call or a little earlier that, you, you have over four thousand people worldwide if you could frame your team for everyone. Sure. Yeah. So I mean we have obviously most of our sales people, where they should be, which is in the in the countries where they operate, where we go to market with our customers. So most of our sales organization is embedded in the countries working with regional sales teams, but and global sales teams, but also with the leadership in the country is driving the agenda. That's critical. There we have, you know, then regional sell team than mobile sales teams that are really trying to be the place that can add leverage in value, creating the capability. You know, whether it's ecommerce capability that may not exist country by country, but required to be built, you know, whether it's negotiation capabilities the customers that, that our teams requires the engage with customers that we, we need to build,.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on Damn Good Brands
"It became today pretty much. Almost fifty fifty. But it's always therefore been an important area for me Anthony's in a you know a friend for a long time Khaliq back at PNG and someone you know. I admire greatly for his true commitment to the to the purpose to the cause and so I was in his very first summer summit that was the MC for his first summit was On the first panel in that summit and I tried to be as many of them as possible because he truly is committed to it. He gets some of the finest leaders to that summit with women and men leaders and the most important thing is. There's no powerpoint there's no slides just people being real being authentic talking about the experiences and I've picked up more insights them on on on how women lead and how women wanted to be managed and led than than almost anywhere else so You know it truly is fantastic. Thing that he does and it's interesting no powerpoint. No one reads a career say that who use powerpoint have rarely leave the bar and they never get to the point fair enough all right. Unfortunately I think probably many of the people listening to this. Podcast use powerpoint as a primary communication tool but I actually believe most of them would also agree with you. Yeah we've had a great conversation without any pop point exactly so recently Jay. Jay was honored by link Dan. One of the top fifty most sought after companies to work for. I'm curious does J. J. Being an employer of choice like that. How does it does it? Or how does it sort of improve your conversations with customers customers care? I think they do. I think the they don't bring it up much because It's it's a bit in the nature of customer client relationships that You don't WanNa give too much credit to the other party but I I think the they actually respect you know the Crato in the values that we have and also kind of organization. I mean to me when I started. This job actually went around and asked a lot of customers customers questionable. What we can do to improve but one of the last questions. I asked each of them in those first few months was if you had to describe the person you're dealing with the most how would you describe them and one of the. The descriptions was value-based which was which was a great testimony to because I think if you build that trust as as the basis of the relationship then we can get to a good outcome If that trust is not there know it's very hard to build a good buyer seller relationship so I was quite fascinated that so many of them either use that word or variation of that word and I and I thought it was a good example of what the company really is all about as a great example so in the interest of learning and you know humility cetera besides Jay Jay. What's another company that you admire in or think maybe you could learn from in terms of how they partner with customers or manage their brands? Or You know. It's not a company that you admire. I won't talk about being which I worked with many years because I would say the fact that I stayed there for so long is a testimony to you know. I think they're very good at it and the people are genuine believers as well in in customer partnerships. Actually I think a lot of the companies that that I see in space. You know truly epitomize that the partnership principle. I think many of retailers well believe truly in partnership I think they understand that we can put into and make five rather than you know arguable about. Are you putting? You're putting in less than two into the equation. You know so we. We have great relationships with all of our retailers. I think All of them believe in partnership The Times in which it doesn't feel that way I'm sure for them with us and be with them but largely I believe that Most companies of our size understand that. This is this important. These retailers have a direct relationship with the consumers in in a big way they spend the consumer spends time in the stores. They often love the brand that they shop it The members of that Loyalty Club in many cases and for them. It's as much of a brand as Lebron's are and so if we could put those two together we we get too much place. Then if we argue about the divide of the spine so to speak so There's a lot I think you learn from every company. I've I have leagues. Who've we brought indigent Jay from colgate which is mother Great Execution Company? That's very good at bartering. Customers have folks from Coca Cola who I think over many decades Understood how to work with customers and build relationships are You know we we look for the right. Dial into bring into the company you know. It's more important that individual and what they bring because I think most companies give them. The platform do succeed. Question is not. Everyone does so. We want to identify those individuals that can die into. Jj values values as much build a relationship with our customers. And and have that kind of trust. I mean I. I don't want to bring someone in that. The customer changes their perception of well. Ginger is a company where people are values based rights. That not my my number one. Watch out when I'm recruiting is to make sure that people will reflect those hard earned principles that that we stand for and maintain that trust. You engine medical yeah. I only have one other question for you and then I'm curious if there's anything else you think we should have talked about that. We have but so the question is it's related to global perspective and the importance of international experiences in a variety of markets. In sort of shaping your personal leadership style and then how you would what advice you would give to the next generation of leaders and the reason that I'm positioning that way is because oftentimes we were told in order to be successful leader in a large company like J. J. You need to have that experience in multiple markets and Cetera especially for people born in America and not be centric. But you've got a lot of places ten countries he said ready plus Dover Air travel. What's the right balance to strike there? And and how has that global perspective shaped your purse your personal approach? And what advice would you give to the next generation? Yeah I mean I'm sure there's there's benefits pros and cons of of you know different career choices in terms of I have great friends who've never moved out of their hometown. Made that choice that this is really important to me. I'm GonNa Build my career where I am and then obviously having travelled a lot. I've seen a lot of people that have made a different choice like I have. You always biased by your own experience. So I'm never quite sure that okay. This is the right abroad just because it it worked for me. I can say that the advantages of the product chose was that you do get out of your comfort zone a lot more and I think therefore you forced to learn a lot because of being out of your comfort zone so I think when you when you create stress. There's a chance to learn. And when you relocate and start working in a new environment where you have to understand the culture different people that really is a compressed stress challenge and it's both on the business and the person front because your family's also relocating they're going through their own challenges and in many cases sometimes even more because they may not have the friends that you have straightaway at work but You know they've got to kind of leave. School give up their friends at school and make new friends in new school etc. But I believe that that's a benefit because you're what under stress and you do learn from it is. You should avoid being too stressful and one of the things I tell. People is don't take a new level or higher level a new country and the new company at the same time. I think those all three together is probably too much stress. If you're going with the same company that gives you a level of comfort if you're going into a new job but it's the same company that's not as pressured but if you're going to have the tri factor of all three stresses of the same name that perhaps is my so it's about. How do you moderate that but the plenty of benefits I mean my? My kids have had great experience of living in different cultures understanding them. My son speaks mandarin like native. And that's something that I believe will give him an advantage. Later in life visit China becomes moines connected with the world and the critical part of doing business in the world. So they're pluses. There's there's definitely challenges and stresses and I think the key is to do not stress yourself beyond the point but also make sure you're not stressing yourself do little because I think in that case you may not be learning enough right. You can do that even in your in your own. Even if you choose not to relocate how do you create a bit of learning opportunity? I'd take up a new skill and like one of the things I did when I done? Forty was to to start to learn to play. The Piano. Never played it before. I didn't do a very good job of it but it really stressed me out because I was letting China. The teacher was very strict. You would wrap me on the knuckles With a ruler. When I got it wrong but it was a great experience because I got to understand how music is thought in China. Why why they're so good because you don't WanNa make the mistake when you're getting knuckles rapped So you know those experiences that I think you get John's to you don't have to do it in a new location but you should try to find new ways of doing things I believe. That's very very very interesting. Thank you what about. Is there anything else that you think you know interesting topic or trend right now that maybe we haven't touched on that you think people will be like to hear about one thing for me is fascinating is the is the base of change right? I mean it's We think it's accelerating tremendously but you think your kids and I went for college seven. Ah For my son. Who was only in the ninth grade? They're already starting to talk about college. And the college counselor said that the research shows that this batch of kids when they graduate will have eleven. Different jobs not assignments not by different career. Jobs was like I don't know if that's true but even if it's halfway through or a third group that's an extreme base of Jane right so I think you know this this whole thing of we think the pace of changes never been as fast as today can looks like it. Lulea accelerate so how is the younger generation? People like you and the others going to deal with that is is going to be fun to watch. So I'd be retired having a beer on the beach somewhere. Watching with a great deal of interest that reinforces the importance of getting out of your comfort zone and building. Learning agility is a skill chester. Thank you so much we appreciate your time and I'm sure all going to appreciate these insights as well to thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for the.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on Damn Good Brands
"Welcome damn good brands. Chester twig is the global chief. Customer Officer Johnson Johnson and under this title he oversees Jane Jay's Global Commercial Strategy while maximizing growth and value within the company on a global level. It's a mouthful tremendous responsibility. Chester Join Johnson Johnson from procter and gamble where he spent over twenty five years at P. and G. Chester lead sales for a twenty billion dollar global category that included baby feminine and Family Care Products. He also ran the global. As Watson customer accounts this role took him across the world including all over the United States. China India Singapore and throughout Europe Chester hold an MBA in marketing and a bachelor of Commerce and Economics from the University of Mumbai India. He's a fascinating incredibly accomplished person with a deeply global sensibility and we were very honored to speak with him. We covered a lot of ground in this conversation. Including the value of keeping a company like J. J. Agile and why it's critical for keeping pace with market trends and consumer demands that are constantly changing at a very accelerated rate. We also dove into the challenges of deriving actionable insights from the vast amounts of consumer related data. That brands have access to nowadays. Today's age when consumers expect personalized experiences and chester gets into how you can utilize your data to better deliver it to them. We also get into Chester's recommendations for the skills and mindsets that future generations of marketers need to have in order to remain competent and competitive in the brand workforce all of this and so much more on today's episode of Damn Good Brands and now here is Chester. Twig global chief customer officer of Johnson Johnson. In conversation with Libby Taylor President Paul Dyer. Hi everybody. This is Paul Dyer.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Just how treacherous is this market? Decades. I've followed the standard and Poor's Osler I pay to get it which tells you when stocks have gotten overbought oversold historical of the SNP offset goes below minus five it's made sense to cover your short positions and do some by this is work year after year with very few exceptions. And on Friday. We went below minus five today it hit minus seven point four, which makes us extremely oversold and way ever do for forbath. However when this market gets on a negative selling Jag. It boasts will sorts of conventions rather than bouncing today. We just kept good willing lower. Remember, the Christmas valley thesis out the door because of the fed? Remember, the gridlock bouncing election gone with the wind because of things like the government shutdown if as shutdown related pullback almost always been a buying opportunity. Remember, the faces at the market usually traits up in the third year of a presidential term. When it's first president, not this ministration all these investigations into the presence business dealings. I think if really taken their toll remember the art of the the president has been trying to get trade deals with every country except China where he wants total capitulation Milano deals yet to be approved anywhere. Congress's about debate the new arrangements with Canada and Mexico. Who knows if they have the votes trade as a weird issue that doesn't really meet map injure the left right spectrum? You've got free traders protectionism both parties. So the what else needs democratic votes here? But why would the Democrats wanting to give him a win? Remember how the yield curve was supposed to have inflection at this point in the business cycle. In other words. Long-term rates are supposed to be above short-term rates. And that's breaking down something that often signals over session, the problem economies weaker than we thought and our nation's monetary policies out of step with the rest of the world. One more example, the Fed's clueless, which is putting downward pressure on long-term rates, even as me keep raising short-term one's very bad for province all these reversals of fortunate than serious damage to investor confidence money's been flooding out of stocks. Seems like there's no nothing safe to buy. What is the incredible repeated slaughter? Stocks like Johnson Johnson, which would cover earlier tonight and golden Sachs, which I mentioned top of the show. That's the best farm and one of the best brokers for heaven's sake. Holy cow. These issues almost make you wish for crash don't they crash? So we can get the downside aren't over with. Unfortunately in a bear market. Like this one we've been experiencing that's not how things play out, hence, we find that dribble dribble dribble. Bearish rotation. It's almost Chinese water torture. It's exhausted. All but the most sanguine investors the most brain dead ones who've never sell anything. No matter what oddly enough. I think that the sellers will ultimately ultimately proved to be mistaken and not the owners I disagree with Jeffrey gun. Lock a very fine money. Magic Kimmel Scott Watters. Halftime port today and told us that passive investing has reached a mania stage to me that's wrong as much about the stock market. I am frighten. I'm still making regular contributions to index funds from my time to count I done that ever since I I opened my IRA in nineteen seventy eight I'm doing it now with my children, even as I personally photos closure at mixing certificates to province deposits with the index funds on buying because look I'm getting older, and I need to be more concerned about my principal. New contributions will my father just kept buying stock index funds until he was ninety one. I dunno CDs. You're not so bad. Plus, I already have lots of stock my s and funds anyway, and my one of those brain dead followers into the chore. No house menia know the truth is even though we are in an ugly situation. Stocks have been one of the greatest injuries of wealth creation of all time. And we can't afford to lose sight of that. Even when it's so treacherous. I don't know when this market will find a bottom, I talked but that at the top of the show, but I think it's we're sitting tight on your index funds it because some day we will bottom, and you don't want to feel like he'd be dumping all of your stock exposure right into the teeth of oversold. Stip? It is time..
"johnson johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"johnson johnson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Jonathan quick a really good golly i'm he's not one of the greatest goal is to ever play in the sport corey crawford won a cup or two cups i don't even know how many two years ago two years ago the sabres finished eighth in save percentage what didn't get them into the playoffs five on five scoring they don't score at even strength and they haven't for a long time it's not the goalies that said lenders out oh and and and chad johnson johnson's probably out he'll probably lean a soul mark great give the guy a shot but i just the the the deciding factor sandeel the drew in for soga have deal you find a way to deal with montreal yes yeah and it's funny in your scenario the nice thing is you're you're getting you're moving riley to montreal right so you're getting out of that deal and seven and a half million dollars in cap space but then the return is eating up an additional two and a half million dollars in cap space and you haven't improved the speed or skill or scoring ability or anything in terms of your your forward group or even your defenseman you put a goalie in there and you're eating up more cap space it's just it's it's it's not a good move but thank you for your call appreciate it eight three oh five fifty hey.
"johnson johnson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The same time you shouldn't be taxing small businesses more when they are the engine of job creativity right now you should be taxing them less ron johnson johnson's got a good point here but i'll tell you what i do if i were senator johnson there's a couple things in his tax package that aren't great but this politically is needed more than it is needed to be defeated and if republicans don't get this done by the first quarter of next year i don't think there's any chance of getting this done by christmas i'd be shocked i hope i'm wrong but they'll get this done by the first quarter of next year they won't be able to recover by 2018 midterms this is a non starter this is a full stop if republicans can't get tax reform done and lower middleclass americans taxes and make corporate america more incentivized to do business and returned to doing business in america we don't need republicans in power because they're useless they couldn't do obamacare although i think in time they'll get it done gene but they can't do taxes my god this isn't trump's fall this is the fault of really the fact that we have three parties we have the democrat party of which they are they've tact far left then we have the republican party we have the moderates which are the old school democrats 80s democrat is effectively now a moderate republican establishment member no longer have the democrat party of the 1980s and and before that the party that was kennedy the party it was carter at parties longgone well we got now's the socialist party european lowest republican party's about halfandhalf it's half the old democrat party's taken that role and the other half is what conservatism modderbee people that stand up five for values and are willing to have a staunch and strong negotiation for what's right and they're willing to take the.