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"jonathan cook" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Jill Slazenger you could follow Jill online at Jill on money and your blog was interesting because it talked about how all the stock numbers were does breaking new ground and what life is rosy but we still need to think and plan right absolutely and you know what's amazing is that I think this might be an on loved bull market maybe the most on love that I've ever seen you know right now the S. and P. five hundred up over twenty three percent this year and you know people don't seem to be that they excited about it maybe it's because they're really doing what they should be doing which I'm happy about focusing on their personal financial lives and what we are hearing more and more from various studies is that we are seeing Americans start to realize gosh I do not have enough save for retirement it's not just someone else telling you and they're taking some appropriate steps not not surprisingly working longer or maybe going back to work after they retire when you get into the fact that while people may not of saved enough it's not necessarily because they're bad people are made bad choices what yeah I mean I always think we're very judge about this so I don't want to get to like me take people off the hook if they have any responsible you know we've got a new paper it's out from the center for retirement research at Boston College and and what they're basically trying to figure out is okay the numbers the numbers why and the two biggest factors that they say that contribute to the low level of retirement savings would be number one that you know what these retirement plans for one Kayser for three bees and all these extra plants they're pretty young they're immature is what they call the meaning they only came into effect in the early eighties vastly adopted probably by the late eighties that means if you're in your sixties you may not have contributed to one of these plans until maybe ten twelve years after you started working should also note there's not a universal plan for everybody not every company has to offer retirement plan so just the fact that they're not that available to everyone they are they're pretty people have been using them for just you know few decades and that also they are very easy to get into you can you can grab money out of these retirement plans can't do that to compare yourself to a friend of yours who's a teacher no teacher can like jump in and say can I get my pension money early sooner I need help I want help my kid with college of but you can't do that and in these plans there are these parts of the political them leakage just ways to get to the money too easily that can really be detrimental is the old at age pay yourself first all the best way to think about it well yes I think that it's it's the earlier and that you start and the more that you automate the process the better remember a lot of people live through probably twenty five years of retirement planning where they were not automatically enrolled in their companies plan now companies are automatically rolling you keep putting money in form the habit and yes if you have to you can certainly certainly go back to work or work longer that always works Jill thank you very much still Slazenger CBS news senior business analyst you can follow our online at Jill on money and following the cowboy he's well I can be a little painful sometimes running back Jonathan cook at the go ahead rushing touchdown IT tea in the stadium a Minnesota twenty eight twenty four when it runs for ninety seven yards but he also had eighty six yards receiving cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said that cook must be watched closely is a dynamic runners got great quickness and speed acceleration and you don't want him out in space because you can really he can really hurt you Jack press gone through three touchdown passes one two Amari Cooper what eleven receptions but the cowboys follow vine for they're not tied to the eagles for the NFC east leave this Sunday in Detroit the cowboys will meet the lions David world news radio ten eighty K. are realty mostly constructions owns and parade related closures in Dallas and fort worth traffic and weather together on the aids coming up in three minutes when.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And you could only and you couldn't convince them to do any any went to someone else. And they got him. Do all four will the. Better dentist did all four. I don't care if as the Malcolm composite or just removed came packed it with butter. You know, so how you the nail that. Yeah. So how'd you get them to do this so many so many I think that that's probably the biggest problem that have psychologically, though, they are constantly telling themselves that sales are bad, you know, closing cases. They don't even like to say those words. The head you cleanse proved to these patients that you're good bad or somewhere in the middle dentist unless you do the work. And so you have to close the case in order to do the work. So, you know, I think that's the probably the biggest thing that most dentists have to work against that natural feeling of will just wanna do the dentistry. But I don't want on. I hate to sail. They don't like I don't like how to sell somebody will you better kit to liking sales or have somebody in your office better yet who really enjoys like sales that you can do the dentistry, and they do their sales part, you know. But at least then you get to prove to these people what kind of Dennis you are. So who do you think should present the treatment? Do think it should be the doctor. Do you think it should be trimmed playing presenter who whose job is that? I think it's our job is it's whoever's best at selling about associates who were incredible at sailing, and they did it themselves. So I'm happy, you know, by all means you go ahead Sola treatment. Also had office managers are incredible at selling. So it's, you know, I'm sure Arlene dental has a has an answer for who it is. They have cell selling treatment in there's a whole system there right now or maybe a little bit too small were I'd rather just how sales happen then assigned somebody who may not be as good as someone else in the office. But I mean every practices different on I can say for us. I feel like the the office manager closing the cases is the best if she's incentivized correctly in most importantly, if she or he is good at closing the case. I I guess it's the same thing. So you're saying who's ever best. If if doc. Is miserable at it than a trim coordinator. Should I guess you say same thing about a marketing director some dentists have natural flair for marketing and others. Just don't get it. And they need to hire a marketing director. What did you do? Do. You do marketing director are the hats you wear. Good question. So gotta sales marketing director, you know. Again, it all depends on the size of your practice. If we're gonna wear multiple has dentists don't get burnt out, man. Because if you started wearing the marketing hat on the sales added the dentist had the manager at all these different hats. You just can't can't be good at all. You can be great at all. And you can't you're not gonna have a long life of of of happiness in Goodell's if if you're gonna try to run all those different aspects of of the practice of the business. So yeah, I got a sales marketing director that was the the first time I hired for that position. Was last clearly exactly you're today. So that was a huge move for us. And it's it's worked out great. And. And so he he spearheads most of the marketing. But of course, we always have open conversation and a lot of the stuff, I'm driving..
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"We talked about about it at our team our quarterly team building events. So as repeated repeated repeated. If you don't stick to your guns, and before, you know, it you've got you got you look around and you see everybody kind of. Mimicking each other. They get why it is that we do what we do in India understand the culture in the understand why culture so important in. So like, I said, you know, bird's feather flock together before, you know, you got everybody rolling the same neuronal same direction and in believing in something bigger than themselves so cultures for is right there at the very top and in it's mostly look, I think it would naturally team regardless. But a lot of it has to do with my past experience of being in these. I mean, I was in the lion's den I really was in. It wasn't just with one. It was with two. And you know, these are these are guys that you take on and you try to try to make it work and you try to. Try to keep them at bay. And but there's only so much you can do. So yeah, I agree that untreated bipolar people that are media everyday. They're they're so high there, so toxic. And you know, they can be so nice for five six days, and they can just tear someone a new one. Then people are fall in love with them. They make excuses for him. Well, you know, she's having bad day. And it's like it's like you gotta get that fix. You can't be here. But but toxic staff moody staff just can't do it and then with criminal activity, or do you think on the criminal activity? Do you think they're totally smart dentis that no they're criminals, or do you think they're mentally broken sociopaths who can't really distinguish lately like all give were examples? Like a lot of Dennis got mad at me because I posted on dental town Dennis that was had a hidden camera and his bathroom was filming it, and I thought well, there's two hundred eleven thousand Americans alive with a dental degree in one guy gets arrested for doing this someone else's doing it, and maybe posting this some dumb Astle say, you know, I. I take that down. Everybody got massive. Why are you talking shit about Dennis? It wasn't even four months and another dentist is arrested for and Senator thinking, Mike. I'm scared thinking you have a hidden camera in your bathroom are you completely broken insane in weren't born right or a normal Dennis. And just that that weird. I I always have a hard time. But I did I did listen to a long lecture on and they said when you look at some of these massive criminal empires like Nazi Germany, or, you know, many of these scenes they said there was no history of mental illness among ninety percent of the leaders. They were just doing purely evil stuff do think when you're dealing with criminal activity with dentists do you do you think they're more mentally broken? Or are they associate path or they just evil or artisan? Not even matter. I gotta deal with them the same anyway. I mean, same either way. But I think that they just humans day, they the convinced themselves that either convinced themselves whether doing his, okay, the justified in their own mind, and before you know, it, you know, they're they're doing it on such a repetitive basis. Maybe maybe it started. Maybe it's an issue too because guys about month, and he's like, we'll just do this. This one time. I can I can make payroll, and then all of a sudden he does it again in just each time. They do it gets easy easier. So that has been the case at least with this guy that came in with us. And and so, you know, short could it could have been associated path and just not even at all in tune with what's going on in how that's wrong or or they just turn a blind eye, and they're like man, I they justified in their head. So. Dentist's associate turnover is so high. What advice would you give to dentists who have an associate to be better employers is it picking him at HR?.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And you're ready to go. And you've got you've got Sally the front desk Ku's answering the phone. You know, you've got a you've got so in so trying to close. The case. And she's got a ten percent closure rate is he just lose all these patients all these opportunities to actually make. And and I think that's the vast vast majority of dentists so at five to ten percent may have a real business sense. Another maybe ten or twenty percent. Get out there. Open their own practice. Don't really have much of a business, but know, how to figure it out for themselves. And then the rest are just you know, then there's probably another twenty thirty percent who go out there. Don't learn it both in practice think that there are dentist in don't realize that they're actually a business owner and in. So you know, the remainder are just those that are perfectly suited to be associates. And if I always tell him get your house in order, get your house in order, and they're always in a failing restaurant, and they think if we just add lasagna or beef stroganoff, we're going to be successful. Will you weren't successful with steaks and salads and baked potatoes. But beef stroganoff it's going to do it. And they don't wanna face HR, accounting legal marketing phones treatment plan presentations, knowing their numbers when you're doing a merger acquisition how far away do you think the in Fort Lauderdale area? Before the patients say, you know, what this is a good excuse to find a new Dennis. I'm tired of driving that far. How close do they? She. Craig question, five miles. That's where I've of said the radius, you know, anything outside of that. If somebody more people are gonna get drawn to your practice nowadays on a saying his honor percent across the board. But nowadays more people are going to be drawn to your practice because they are searching for your practice sub for searching for a practice online in there. They're getting drawn into your practice because they see great on reviews on day like the way that you're their website looks. They like what they see on social media all these things are gonna get them convinced that you're the place for them before they even decided to make the phone call. So if it happens that they're five you're five miles away. Okay. You get him a car and yes can be terrible around for lardo. But worst case scenario five miles can't be more than twenty twenty five minutes. So which is not a big deal. And you know, it's just so cool..
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"The reason have to occasions what management information software to us to have to visit cloud-based or you have to separate IT systems hardware. What do you do know the beautiful thing? Now, look every program has its pros and cons. But I'm really loving. How you just get? If you've got wifi. You gotta or, you know, internet, you're you're on. It's it's a. It's not opened. It's it's dangerous ascent. It's the new Detrick. I don't know the they named it into the sent that out for whatever reason. But it's it's a it's a cloud-based generous essentially, but it's very very different from dentures. I mean, nothing nothing about it looks similar interests that you know, the old traditional Trix. But but I love because anywhere. Sorry. That's what heartland dental use Rick workman at adding. And he's got nine hundred locates introduce okay, we'll into that makes a little bit better. So. Oh, yes. Both practices or anywhere that I happen to be just jump online. And I can I can access both locations no problems. So there's a lot of really big business coming a industry that fine denture. Find dentist associates because there's all these. Esso's, and they can put hundreds of Dennis to work on any given day you bounced around you said from associate to another would why do you think associates bounce around? What percent of associates can look in the mirror like you. And I do and say I'm gonna I want to do the business dentistry and the art versus what percent of these dentists. Do you think if they took an honest look in the mirror that say, look, you're you you're not committed to owning your own practice, you'd be a better employee. I know that's a lot of questions. No, it's okay. I can tell you that it can't be more than five or ten percent of is immediately think my class my graduating class, how many of those kids at the time had had a real business sense. And it can't be more than five. So they gotta be honest with. So do think that are you saying that when when they graduate middle school that ninety percent of probably wanna just be employed their whole life only ten percent wanna be owners or you saying they're not ready for it. And someday they will great great question. I think that that definitely a larger percentage of them think that they can be owners, but are not don't have business sense. And either are willing to learn it because let's be honest. I mean, you it's learnable or are willing to learn it or the just start chasing their tail light. You always say, which is you know, they try to throw everything at their practice by getting continue education. All but if I only by this laser, then then and only then. Will I be successful or, you know, the night market, so different type of patients or whatever they just they're so a plant clinically minded they don't on open the door for business. And I just think that they kind of it's natural for us as clinicians to go in that direction to always be had polled in the direction of continuing education in oh, let me learn a little bit laser. Lemme learn implants in implement that in my practice in now is on OB successful will if you're spending all his money on all these implant courses, and you're you're getting just as little return on the patients that are coming through the door as you are with your current patients. Not having not information knowledge base than you're really ruining yourself and setting yourself up for Zastava versus all implant supplies materials and all that..
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Practice as well. So essentially the downtown want is one in three practices if you wanna call it that in the in the Lauderdale by the sea practice is a one into practice. So we've got one practice that folded into another practice. So you call out tall Lauderdale vice by the one into. And then the downtown Fort Lauderdale one in three three. Exactly. Yeah. That is. So so no your new partner. You learn the first one you were forty nine he was fifty one. And now in this John Stephan. You're you fix out your fifty-one. He's forty nine talk about what that means. So you know, when it comes to any strategic decision. You wanna feel like your voice is heard, and I'm not saying that you can't have a nice working partnership where both boys are heard, regardless of the shares breakdown. But when you have one majority partner, it's it can become challenging when you when you start to see different visions for the practice. You know, when I when I started that practice down in Miami. I was on my I had an exponential earning curve just based on how quickly things grew in young. I was was taking a lot on. But you can imagine just you know, if I'm living in that practice in working that practice in my partner who's the fifty one percent shareholder is essentially a silent partner. It can be challenging, you know, how you really voice yourself. To your partner in have really understand what's going on. I mean, I had. I had a mess on my hands at times that was that made it very difficult for me to to manage. You know, you can imagine me trying to twenty nine years of age trying to manage a semi seventy two three year old guy who whose house I was living in. You know, it didn't it wasn't easy. And not to mention the staff that we retained in a lot of these a lot of these ideas and decisions were made kind of by default that might my partner made in in. I was okay during that because I'm like, okay. You're sixty five years old yet. You temperatures is in in in New York. Of course, you know, what's you know, what what to do what the the message. That was being missed was the fact that he was a living in my practice. So we can really isn't much of as much of a voice as I as I felt like I had. I mean, how many conversations can you possibly have somebody telling him the same thing over and over in. It just doesn't is not real until about Ersan is living it in. So that wasn't gonna happen. You know, he was up in New York. I was down in Florida. Well, you know, there's nothing more beautiful than org chart and. Yeah. Like, you look at the major religions one God. If you have multiple religions Glock God of thunder and lightning. You know? What happens and and a fifty one forty nine just reduces so much legal battles. It's unbelie because you have an org chart if you own fifty one you might as well one hundred so the other guys minority partner, but a lot of a lot of guys don't want to be the alpha male. They want to be an owner, but they don't wanna be the alpha male because they think someone else does it better. So how many dentists associates do you have in those two locations at our employees? So we've got myself, my partner honest, and as of last mid last year, we had three associates all of which and this is again, another lesson for youngsters out there as to how to manage and scaled back your efforts and to kind of get things more simplified. So you may ask yourself how do you go from having three? Associates to only to a again, assuming my partners associate in my in in our autism, associate your associate.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"With with delbra if you're buying the physical location now you primarily have two dental offices. You have downtown Fort Lauderdale Lauderdale by the sea. So you have two offices. Do you own the land in building and how many offices have you? Rolled into those two locations. Great question. So the mean location is the Fort Lauderdale on that when we rolled to sever practices into it that down oratory one downtown Correggio. Yo yo downtown Fort Lauderdale. That's the main priority. The main initial practice that we purchase in twenty twelve when I was still partners with my partner down in Miami. Which is a whole nother story can get into if you care to. But so twenty twelve we purchased my partner, and I might other partner, and I John Stefan partnered in that practice in downtown at the time that practice was doing five hundred fifty five thousand dollars maybe five hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. And and since that time in two thousand twelve we've we've merged in or folded in two additional practices. And then Lauderdale by the sea. The see is one practice that we purchase in twenty sixteen in since folded in another practice as well. So essentially the downtown want is one in three practices if you wanna call it that in the in the Lauderdale by the sea practice is a one into practice. So we've got one practice that folded into another practice. So you call out tall Lauderdale vice by the one into. And then the downtown.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Firm. Lehman Brothers on September. Fifteen two thousand eight remains the largest bankruptcy filing in US history with Lehman holding over six hundred billion assets, and you walked out graduating from that. Did you ever think you'd be alive? Ten years later. I heard from a lot of different perspectives. I had a lot of friends who are in real estate and they got crushed most of went bankrupt. And then I had friends who were in for who are DC were, you know, Bama came in and it was bigger government. So. The didn't see that massive decline in housing prices in the copies infield as much there. So I had a couple of different perspectives. But man, it was it was I mean, the global economy went into cardiac arrest in it was it wasn't. It wasn't for maybe a couple more years before people kinda could take a deep breath in relief. Well, you know, I mean, I didn't you don't mind my favorite Nobel prize winning columnist Joseph Schumpeter who wrote the book business cycles. I remember reading that book. I read the first page, I couldn't stop those over. But basically, humans are irrational. They make irrational decisions. That's why you always have a business cycle. And nobody knows everything. We don't know what we don't know. But man happened in eighty eighty seven two thousand two thousand eight and it smells like teen spirit again. I mean, it totally smells like it's happening right now again, but if anybody warned. It won't tell you. What to do even he will will stop short and making perdition because nobody dated the Berlin Wall the air uprising no-one predicts the outbreak of war one war too. But I'm glad you're on the show because it does smell eighteen spirit. So if it does happen to do it again is Ernie advice, you'd give this kid walking out of school with two hundred eighty nine thousand dollars in debt. Yeah. It's I think it's kind of easy. Honestly, we haven't pretty darn good status. And let's just say worst case scenario, you can't manage to get a time job. Maybe you're maybe you've got a part time job 'cause let's be real. I mean, how many how many dentists are hiring associate. If you're not like one of those big DSO's. How many how many solo practitioner dentists or maybe you got a group practice who lost a guy who needs a position of Phil? But they're just there aren't that many full-time positions, especially for guys all right out of school. So let's just say he do something similar to what I did where you're bouncing around from one to the next or but you can only get one job in its two days a week or three days a week. We have had nice. I mean, you could you. I can't see how you couldn't make eighty or one hundred thousand dollars doing that working two or three days a week as a dentist any just you just weather the storm than, you know, couple years go down and go by before, you know, you're you're you're grinding again. You know, one of the things I've always thought was bizarre about dentistry is when you go over to Wall Street. You know, tracking mergers and acquisitions I mean, it's the growth pattern for so many companies and in dentistry. It's just so underutilized, but I've met so many Dennis last thirty years that, you know, went to some small town at ten thousand and had like ten dentist, but everytime old man McGregor retired. They would just by the practice and folded into theirs and think about that an old sixty five year old, dude. Retires and I by his practice. Folded into mine merging position as opposed. That guy sells it say. I'm fifty six and he sells it to some young whippersnapper named Jonathan cook. Who's got all this energy and marketing and just gonna crush it. I mean, you're eliminating competition..
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"You can trade right with our wife. Back on the front and a thunder scoreboard show one final segment to go before we get it outta here week number five is in the books. Most teams have gotten to the halfway point of the season. Last week was big rivalry week a huge huge rivalry week. But probably one of the best rivalries in the state of Tennessee took place tonight. Kevin crease you the head football coach for Oakland joins us on the Gilly crane hotline. Coach, Chrissy, congratulations. Another win your undefeated in the battle of the borough. Aren't you, sir? More. I need to get you to get your the math a little bit closer to the phone. We can just barely pick. You up. Your kids. We we got a chance to watch the video the the my TV thirty video and hope Brian beards. Now hearing that but we we were listening to Brian. But we were watching the stream. You guys played a really physical game. But the lot of cramps a lot of a lot of hard hitting in this game. Wasn't there? Wondering day love in September. You know? People. You guys have gotten off to a good start your perfect in the region. And you. Seem to be. You seem to have found your stride going through the you know, going into the second half of the season. Really? You've got four games in but going into the second half of the season. You gotta feel good about where your team is right now, and you kind of break it up into segments. Don't the season up into segments. Don't you? Yeah. You know? Pretty much raising game than having Riverdale. Back to back. You know, it's a it's a stretch for. You know, at one point we had running back tonight. Running backs. So. Just got to get to make fan of getting ready. You better win these days. I've heard and they play through an injury playthrough, if not mcmanis get up, and he's got it's kind of weird you to the point where you the kids figuring out whether injured or hurt right? Right. I heard. Next week when eight among this game, even though you were a prohibitive favorite for this game. These rivalry games. You never know you never know coming into him. Do you? On the wrong. You know, riverdell always. Knock whenever they're at home. And. Tomahawk stadium. Why are you guys ready? Brad starts. Complaint with tonight. All right. Good luck. You say you've got Blackman next week. I'm not looking at my schedule yet Blackman. Yes. At home next week. Yeah. Fan. I'm I'm telling you. Get your money's worth. When you that's for sure. All right. Well, good luck in your preparation for that. I would love to be there. But I'm gonna stay here with in in hopefully, talk to you next Friday night. Okay. All right. Let's get increasing sounds like he's on the bus going back across town. Oh, yeah. That's always. That's always a fun ride. You've you've done. Those rivalry games. Close close rival games. Short bus rides are always the fun. Ones are just a short bus. Sorry. You could say that it's getting it's getting late getting late. Let's run through the galley car. I mean, the the puff. Let's run through the puff trucking school board. One quick time and sit Brian Barrett's available in their Jonathan. Cooking school. Region. Three six eight copy county over Warren county, thirty five thirteen full Pearl comb Perko wins that one forty two thirteen fourteen Oakland and Riverdale Oakland..
"jonathan cook" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's expanded far beyond its bookseller beginnings. The company's blowout success made his founder and CEO. Jeff Bezos, number one on the Forbes billionaires list this year. And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek KCBS San Francisco board of supervisors has established a Dula program for low income women dulas provide non medical assistance and support to women before during and after childbirth board, president Malia Cohen said the research shows, low income black women and Pacific islanders in particular offer often feel disrespected stereotyped and even co worst by their doctors during the he care dulas would be there to be an advocate for these mothers, the El cerrito public library was decked out in rainbows last night. KCBS is making goals be reports on contra Costa county's first LGBT section at the public library. This is a library is growing up in L serita. Now, give Quinto is the city's first openly gay mayor to see the first LGBTQ collection, and from in the nineteenth cities of contra Costa county. This is just the I am very very proud to have this in our city there around sixty bucks in the collection. And they're for all ages says Jonathan cook with the rainbow community center, which co hosted the event he says LGBT children's books are much easier to find now than they used to be like Marlin bundle, which recently, a very popular even books about children who are either gay lesbian, transgender that's much more common and accepted now, which is really heartening to see want that to be something that is a normal everyday thing for him just like any other type of family or any type of person and just sat in the front row with her five-year-old Elliott during the opening parties drag Queen story hour, and we both said we will get married at hop together. Forever. Smiles back your wedding. Megan gold speed ES. A lending library for paintings instead of books. It is a concept that one art gallery in San Francisco is bringing to the tenderloin and we hear about that from KCBS gentle lane, the coordinator of the tenderloin art lending library. Rick Darnell says it aims to serve low income residents of the neighborhood.
Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters
"And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that
"jonathan cook" Discussed on KCBS All News
"AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one fifty Facebook is securing more real estate here in the bay area as a company plans to double its workforce over the next decade KCBS Carrie Hodousek tells us the company has signed a number of lease agreements outside its headquarters in the Silicon Valley. Ali social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret mayor who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area, it entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that want to live in urban areas like San Francisco and Oakland. She says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park there now have not only one product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. In a way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek. KCBS? S cerita public library was decked out and rainbows last night. Ski CBS's Reagan KCBS KCBS. Megan Goldsman reports they have open contra Costa county's first LGBT section at a public library the library that I use growing up in L cerita. Now, give Quinto is the city's first openly gay mayor to see the first LGBTQ collection, and from in the nineteenth cities of contra Costa county. This is just the first I'm very very proud to have this in our city there around sixty bucks in the collection. And they're for all ages says Jonathan cook with the rainbow community center, which co hosted the event he says LGBT children's books are much easier to find now than they used to be like Marlin bundle, which is recently, a very popular even books about children who are either galas bien transgender that's much more common and accepted now, which is really heartening to see want that to be something that is just a normal everyday thing for him just like any other type of family or any type. A person and just layered sat in the front row with their five year olds Elliott during the opening parties drag queens story hour, and we both said we will get married. I hop together. Forever. Smiles back and wedding. Megan gold speed DS for cities hopping on the electric vehicle bandwagon. More on this from CBS news. Correspondent mad piper. Mercedes has unveiled an electric SUV that it plans to start producing next year. It's seen as a direct challenge to tesla. And its upscale battery cars Mercedes Benz, e QC sport utility crossover was shown off in Sweden as Jaguar Land Rover offers an electric SUV and volkswagen-audi is dude on Vail. It's each Ron Mercedes says it's aiming to have ten electric vehicles on the market by twenty twenty two Matt piper CBS news, they found them. They're backhoe federal authorities say the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the wizard of is that were stolen from Minnesota museum were recovered in a sting operation. The slippers stolen in two thousand five from the Judy Garland museum in Grand Rapids, by a thief who broke into a small display case. The FBI says a man approached the company that had issued. And that has had issued an insurance policy on the shoes about a year ago and said he had information about how the shoes could be returned. The FBI says it set up a sting operation and recovered. The famous slippers. The FBI says it has several suspects in the extortion. And that the investigation continues hard to imagine, but fun events are planned to commemorate a movie about a difficult subject. CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Explains. Next year will Mark the twenty fifth anniversary of the film, The Shawshank Redemption. The former Ohio prison that served as the setting for the production is getting ready and plans three days of events to celebrate and official of the Ohio State reformatory in Mansfield, isn't sure which actors will come back, but Dan Smith says the events will be fun packed and interactive.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Traffic and whether states should pay a wide use radio i agree from abc news fine taught at most republican lawmakers are staying silent what president trouble allegedly said last thursday's bipartisan immigration meeting but a couple are tweeting early tweaking earlier responses slender story broke says abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan cooking when the story broke says abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan carl we spoke to the members of congress that were in the room no denial republican senators cotton of arkansas in perdue of georgia originally said they didn't recall hearing that specific word then perdue on ab c's this week saying the president didn't say it this is about a gross misrepresentation cotton none cbs has face the nation i didn't hear that word either tombs scott says his fellow south carolina republican senator lindsey graham told him about the president's remarks and says news reports were in his words basically accurate chuck's iverson abc news 50 passengers and crew are safe after casino shuttle boat was engulfed in fire while making a regular run to a casino ship afloat his gulf coast port richey and the tampa bay region the fire broke out in the engine room here's port ritchie police chief gerard dickensian the operator realized she had some issues that he was going train of voter round to go back to their dock when he noticed the fire out in the engine room with fifteen minor injuries reported thousands of people gathered sunday night outside the santa barbara county courthouse for a candlelight vigil tribute to the 20 people were killed when mudslides ravaged the southern california community of modesty doping test i think that these people have lost within a moment's time and to be searching and it's just horrible parts of to remain under metabolic evacuation orders a structure inside the jakarta stock exchange tower collapsed monday injuring at least 28 people enforcing a chaotic evacuation t v footage showed the lobby strewn with debris and people being helped out of the building while others lay on the grass or steps outside the tower this is abc news carry away news radio time is twelve to broncos wide receiver carlos henderson as a run.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on WTVN
"The member fdic t the west meal from abc news i'm todd at most republican lawmakers are staying solid are what president troubled allegedly said last thursday's bipartisan immigration meeting but a couple are tweeting early oh tweaking earlier responses slender story broke his abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan cook when the story broke says abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl we spoke to the members of congress that were in the room no denial republican senators cotton of arkansas in perdue of georgia originally said they didn't recall hearing that specific word then purdue on ab c's this week saying the president didn't say at this is about a gross misrepresentation cotton on cbs has faced the nation i didn't hear that word either tim scott says his fellow south carolina republican senator lindsey graham told him about the president's remarks and says news reports were in his words basically accurate chuck's iverson abc news 50 passengers and crew are safe after casino shuttle boat was engulfed in fire while making a regular run to a casino ship of florida's gulf coast port richey and the tampa bay region the fire broke out in the engine room here's port richie police chief gerard defense you the operator abode realize had some issues and he was going to process of turning the boat around to go back to their dock when he noticed the fire out of any injure will be fifteen minor injuries reported thousands of people gathered sunday night outside the santa barbara county courthouse for a candlelight vigil to be tribute to the 20 people were killed mudslides ravaged the southern california community of modesty thing tears to my eyes to think that these people have lost within a moment's time and to be searching and it's just horrible or democracy to remain under meditation evacuation orders a structure inside the jakarta stock exchange tower collapsed monday injuring at least 28 people enforcing a chaotic evacuation t v footage showed the lobby strewn with debris and people being helped out of the.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The day only ten carries for twenty four yards for the first thing all twelve running back quick proud of the laugh goes through jones hands probably should have had it kemp through it a bit hard perhaps jonathan cook had the coverage on the wide receiver for iowa state out certain four business news now into a bigtime feels like a big play this game an oath only the third quarter that this has all the moment of right now i was day did a fantastic job in the first half on third down will see they can continue that trend going in and second half converted six of eleven in that first half lazard was the key guy seemingly every time was having in years camp to throw depot left side it's a bit under thrown in atlanta's incomplete all we had butler he had run by the corner on that side but the boldest hung up in the air going into the wind and adjust my goodness it just stopped in a bell flat to the turf well i i tell you what the wednesay like it's roy swirling down there change of direction by right now looking at the flags and that wind has come in hard as north on that throat and you would you a note of you saw that ball that absolutely just hung up in the air and fell about ten yards short it it was not probably the best through by cal campllo get too high up in the wind and a big thirddown stop right there by the tigers to get the ball back with a momento now in the third quarter amounting punting into the wind williams the return man looks up as a model you're going to try to catch that as that ball flutters in the wind and then lands on the iowa state side of the field they've yet the market it will be around the forty five or forty three yard line by the time the officials market down it'll be a forty yard putt memphis which was scored on its last two possessions will take over the code of above forty two yard line with memphis leading seventeen the fourteen yeah i think honestly a fouryard punt in that situation i think i was they would probably take it wind is right now gusting at an nor so met this i think at this point has to take advantage this third quarter right now they're with.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"The very unstable defense to tackle number of one there outside linebacker who'll be a pass rusher is brice hover saltwater mobile alabama steve mentioned gerard avery their weakside linebacker fourteen tackles for loss on the year avery tim heart is their middle linebacker smu has it first down and ten at their own 25 again they go left to right in the first quarter of play out of the shotgun a handoff is tuesday jones stutterstepped at the line goes forward to about the twenty nine the thirty yard line is brought down by curtis aitken's out of a hill you mississippi who gets the start at the middle linebacker jj qatar and tito wyndham are there corners whilst in haulers they're hybrid linebackers safety and their two these are tiras linsey and jonathan cook second down five hi this mu at their thirty yard line again left to ride of the first quarter of play they ended of acfield hicks into fiat gut threeman front four the memphis tigers they walk a linebacker up that they only rush three ban has time throws rightside sutton has it not delay from am right at the point of the ball coming to imminent was a t j carter the trick freshman at a nashville it'd be thirddown at fire carter has been a really nice addition to the memphis defense is i believe it's four interceptions already a young player who got kicked in the deepen and bath to play a lot especially since the memphis has had several injuries to key players on defense and he's really stepped up in the done a nice job third down and five for as roma their forty four and a half percent on third downs this season hick's run a shotgun will have jones to his left three receivers left crochet alone to the right glitch look for memphis may six up to the line of scrimmage and they're going to rush fiber of that cakes asked time he's going to walk down the right side and it's out of.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"And they've colonized which america outlawed after world war to basically hitler ruined aggressive war for everybody and now the world law is you are not allowed to change your borders with aggressive force with the us will attack you and make you stop it that's basically we're the world sheriff in force in that world law except in the case of israel oh well screw you palestinians the israelis can come in and take the entire west bank and slowly but surely take all of even east jerusalem what's left of palestine controlled jerusalem and have no regard for the property rights of the people there they're not under martial law are under foreign occupation law which is no law at all and what's called of the palestinian authority sorta sounds like will maybe that's the government of palestine right no those are the trustees that rule inside this israeli prison that we call the west bank they have if you look at the population of the people who are under the control of the israeli state it's fiftyfifty arabs and jews with the arabs are divided i think twenty percent christians in eighty percent moslems um but so is an apartheid state people say oh no it's going to be an apartheid state it is an apartheid state because israel has already defacto annexed the west bank and the gaza strip they're never giving them back and as benjamin netanyahu the current prime ministers said repeatedly from the river to the seat all of this land belongs to us and he repeatedly talks i think was jonathan cook was pointing out the other day in an article.
"jonathan cook" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The number one was next weekend around fun said g h go in the first quarter that's when the minnesota vikings sprinted down the field seven plays 75 yards vice 45 yard hit from keenan kingdom took the on hate away biking swapo lead early in the first quarter and have not looked back leading 28 tan with five 515 county to go in the third if second intend kanupp shotgun handoff kwok that's up to fifty plaque alone hold on the play all jonathan cooking inch from going fifty nine yards all right to the house to rpr gain hold on sealant or call in and out of like the call right now are those out of squad sore flat holding off a summer nigerian penalty so it out dillon gloves april right yellow house totally away from the place so take a peek at their reply pilots of downside a weren't bright yellow gloves and when you got the block somebody near both hands reach ample shoulders yeah those referees to see said yellow gloves from a quarter mile away and they call the penalty so they want to rethink the gloves eric mckinnon in to the left of case scheme stefan dig with jewish state untouched out today why right jerry is right slot right pat of fetal went out to the left case di them facing a poor man rushed ups up in the pocket fire swept pot effortless ashdown theo in their size box territory at the forty eight that's a fourteen yard connection qena to feel win and the puk secondary once again had no chance here they go huddle at euro and up to the line is herbage in freight protection keno able to step up on the pocket find he went down the field so referee slow on the way down i have no idea why worry wide receivers right in a triangle formation keno play action rolls out to the right is down the field dump incomplete looking for theo incoming all the way from the left side of the field complete pass second intend from the buck in air 48yardline hargreaves down again that hamstring eggs finally got tired and it's finally done one of the.