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"jordache" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

06:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"jordache" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Grant says you have a story to tell us. I i do So the most like embarrassing yet. Funniest thing happened to me yesterday. so hygienics so for those. That don't know i. I clean people's teeth you know and i had a patient that You know it's hard of hearing. And he has like he wears a cochlear and he takes it out for the cleaning so he has an app on his phone and is really funny because like anything i say will pop up on his on screen on his phone and so Anyways we were almost done cleaning him. Last thing i have to do is for them. So i i tell them okay. I'm gonna floss you now and the app put in. I'm going to you know the effort in there were translated floss into the f. Word yes absolutely. And as soon as i read it i say no. No no you start taking his pants. Excuse me look crazy wrong. Kennedy older man turns me and he goes. I do that. Once a day out blasting and he's such a dirty little band. Don't you think that they have the other like. You can't cuss when something phone doesn't really let your costs unless you really it to nick. Capital working directly with People with cochlear implants. I texted her during this call. And then do people with cochlear implants have to take out there implant to get thirteen clean. And she said no man is trying to pull a fast one on november one. Thanks for sharing. That story got a green shot on it. If we didn't get your horoscope posted a john. Rich dot com ca. What are you working on for three things you need to know. I'll tell you which company just released an illegal beer next to jane rich while you're going through your inside mixture wearing your feet and find out what's up at john enrich the no today. Okay just a little update yesterday. The fbi searched Brian laundries abandoned ford mustang. Now he is the guy that was engaged to gabby petito who is still considered missing. Now a body was found that they say was consistent with our description but has not been forensically concern Hasn't been forensically said that it's actually her right so they're waiting. They're doing an autopsy today and then at that point they may have official answers when it comes to that. In the meantime has guys still missing right. They did this whole search fifty police. Fbi all these officers from a total of six different agency. There's been two days looking for this guy in the twenty five thousand acre carlton reserve area. Which is where he was believed to be. They've now abandoned that search. They don't know where he is. He is still a person of interest. So now it's like you got to look at his family and see if maybe they'll start answering some questions because when he went missing last week and that's where he thought he traveled his family found quote unquote his abandoned car. There and instead of leaving it there which was original lodge. Leave their case he comes back for it and he's right back. They took the car back to their house. car you would think like. Why would you take away his form of transportation unless a or covering up something for a hand with the bus sounds like they are. Sounds like they're enabling him a lot. Yeah so the mystery continues. And like i said we hope to get updates. Maybe as soon as today they say livestream shopping could be the future of retail. So now everyone's doing shopping online right but sometimes you like. Oh it's so weird i like. I don't know what the materials yeah that she is it. Not but they say it's not really popular here in the united states just yet but there are other countries that are using this smartphone based livestream app that basically you hop on the app their personal shopper goes to the store you go. Oh my gosh. What twitter looks cute. Let me see that they take it out. Go definitely put that one in the cart. do it. There's the app is called network with no vowels n. t. w. r. k. network novell's anyway. It's gaining popularity in other countries. Who knows if it will pop over the pond to us. Sim jordache says they will now deliver alcoholic. Drinks to customers is new for them and kind of exciting for those who don't want to necessarily leave their home to get their wines beers and spirits if you are in one of the lucky states then the new samuel adams beer is not illegal in. You could jordache this. So sam adams just released a new batch of their limited edition. Utopia brill it. Comes in a twenty five ounce copper-clad decanters. That's important because you know that's part of the price you guys are going to be blown away by the price. She one hundred and forty bucks for one but it is so strong that it's banned in fifteen states thing is twenty eight percent alcohol volume making it more than five times as strong as your average beer. So technically you're getting two hundred forty bucks. It's still going to try to do the math. You know copper. that's neat. yeah. I mean sure one beer beer. Y- like a big beer for that sees. Louise a decided to this thing. The bill gallon jug. It'd be like all right now. It's twenty five ounces so yeah which beers twelve big. It's a big giant.

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"jordache" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

Desperate Pastor Podcast

04:22 min | Last month

"jordache" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

"Got a couple hundred bucks you said colorado. Social security number is how how old is he. He's okay older but anyways anyway. So we're we're getting ready to get started and Jordache guy gets their subway sandwich. Mind you subways. Like literally the end of our road not even end. He sits down. We're getting stars like how's that sandwich there drew he's like opera guy like triple chicken and add bacon. I'm andrew. How much did you spend a door dash for sub where we let them guess. Let them get zinc tournament. Do you think where's it. From what subway jordache was it including the but he got triple meet to mill clogging everything twenty five..

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Lionel Richie Has an Ice Cream Flavor Called 'All Night Love'

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:10 min | Last month

Lionel Richie Has an Ice Cream Flavor Called 'All Night Love'

"And trending food. News guys lionel. Richie has his own ice cream. Just got even sweeter for lionel. Thanks to the new ice cream bearing. His name is teamed with tyra banks schwyz brand for frozen treat called. Get this all night loved. Labor starts with vanilla ice cream. Don't you love that. Bryce lovers like my bell which is blended with midnight. Cookie crumbles swirls and then a little salted caramel ribbon then topped with milk. Chocolate covered fudge hartnell. his songs. for labor's leg. hello. I like to say hello dancing on the roof. I that would be feeling you. Down likes horneber. Y- zoom zoom zoom. All right the container. For all night love features a qr code that linked to hearted videos featuring tire and lionel nationwide shipping or jordache delivery in the los angeles area begins september eight.

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Managing The DoorDash Data Platform

Data Engineering Podcast

06:09 min | 7 months ago

Managing The DoorDash Data Platform

"I'm interviewing said here. Taunts about how. The team at doordash designed their data platform. So can you start by introducing yourself. Give having meet tobias. I'm a big fan of your data engineering podcasts. As mentioned earlier. I definitely find it a good source to include mike knowledge. This a lot of good interviews. A lot of good information that can be had from there a duly the engineering organization that we call data platform at ash consists of a few disciplines such as real time streaming platform machine learning platform experimentation platform it a warehouse etc and vina dodi fayed about a year and a half and came from over there for about four years doing something similar managing the data of the marketplace organization at river. So glad to be here looking forward to shut definitely. Do you remember how you first got involved in. The area of data management date as ls fascinated me. When i was a kid rock my first access to computer the first thing i did on. Ms dot crown to type into plus three and hit enter and was hoping that it comes up for the right answer. Percussion it said. Bad commander filename and i was like what anyway. That joke is said to me. Computers were always like number crunching machines and data crunching machines. And of course your rent of internet. Now it's a messaging machine and together with the data crunching capabilities and messaging capabilities. At think is what has made the martin technically possible. As far as my professional engagement goes for the most part of my career. I was a generalist back in engineering. Started my junior netscape back in the days. My first introduction to specically about data and data management was at net flicks reused a joke aren't net flicks that it really is a log event processing company which just happens to be in this teeming movie business to make money and really the volume of data that we had at netflix's what got me really interested in the crunching area. That's where my journey began. It just took it forward at uber who had the passion continued and sheremet that door dash continuing search gonna passionate all the now. Seventy an interesting career are going from netscape to door dash with many stops in between and so you mentioned a little bit about what you do at doordash where you head up the data platform team. Can you give a bit more of a flavor about seven. The responsibilities that fall on your plate and some of the ways that data is used to power. The business adore dash eileen the data plaque from engineering organization. Which for as the internal customers are date. The endless data scientists machine learning engineers. The operations folks are the folks that manage the business on the ground so those are my customers. The goal for the team is obviously to station. The best possible big data stack if you wanna use a buzzword that enables all of the computing power that we need to gain insights entered the marketplace as far as where data is used at nash. A little bit of outdoor show. I'm pretty sure people have heard of the company but a little bit of a primer on doordarshan. That explains why we use. Data jordache is really a multisided marketplace. There's the merchants which could be restaurants are stored owners. That are the dashers who essentially are the folks that drive or or right and and deliver the items and then there are consumers like you and me to that order food or any other items to the app. i'm so that's the multisided marketplace and a few other areas include convenience and groceries where that are other actors in order as well so anyway. This huge marketplace generates a lot of data and the goal of the organization. The data platform organization is to figure out how to harness the power of this large large data set to optimize the market. This essentially ended up to my business. A few examples could include something like eta. Ats estimated time for. I will when you order some food. We door he obviously wanted to come. And as soon as possible and it's critical for us to be as accurate as possible when we come up with eta while if he under predict what the is going to be then it lead to bad customer and bad user experience or or called the likelihood the customer is going to churn and go competing app for example. So these are the kind of work that really are my responsibility on my teams responsibility work with a lot of data scientists tick endless machine learning and genius together to make this possible because you have so many different actors within the platform that you have to try and understand the behavior of nba to optimize for imagined that the current state of the world with the pandemic has thrown your overall capabilities of being able to work with that data and some of your existing models of out the window and of curious what the overall effect has been in terms of the scale and volatility of the data that you're working with and your ability to be able to use it effectively. It's certainly as although we've had steady growth. I should say for many years now if you look at the chart but the pandemic definitely accelerate the shift in our consumers behavior for the most part. They're embrace the denver. The option wholeheartedly. And there's a lot more growth to be had there as well but you're right in terms of wallet tenacity especially talking. The machine learning martyrised that we had earlier bids machine learning modules that typically built on historical features. Which is how the custom whereas the the prediction were based on historical data. Of course that all change when the pandemic hit and yet to retrain our models pursued than new world that was an interesting exercise in addition to that it's about the volume yet volume is increased. Many folds the wisdom of data. I mean and so that brings in challenges in terms are scaling the services that we have the right to set to address the increasing volume the complexity of the use cases that we have now

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Despite Delivery Service Concerns, Instacart Doubles Valuation Again

Business Wars Daily

03:00 min | 7 months ago

Despite Delivery Service Concerns, Instacart Doubles Valuation Again

"If you feel like you've been throwing a lot of money grocery delivery services of late. You're not the only one instacart just got well. Many cartfuls of money from its existing investors. This latest round of funding marks the second time the company has doubled its valuation since the beginning of the pandemic instacart is now estimated at a whopping forty billion dollars. Not hard to figure out. Why investors are betting on the service. Instacart was a lifeline. For many when everything started shutting down because of the covid nineteen pandemic the service was away from any to avoid going to the grocery store and the inherent risk of that formerly mundane chore and others got hooked on the convenience of it all. Why go to the store when you could just order up the groceries on your phone and have them delivered to your house within a couple of hours before those benefits consumers were willing to pay quite the premium instacart charges as much as nine dollars per delivery or you can pay one hundred bucks a year for unlimited free delivery on top of that grocers pay ten percent per order which is no small amount in an industry where margins usually average two percent or less according to forbes grocers like acne costco wegman's and others have formed instacart partnerships even kerfuffle over the service firing employees. Who wanted to unionize wasn't enough to stop this carts momentum speculation about the company going public and when is swirling with one reuters reports saying instacart might even avoid a traditional ipo an opt for direct listing in which companies go public without raising money through a stock sale but going public is always a bed of roses just ask competitor jordache which went through an ipo in december. Even though the company has agreements with mega retailers. Like seven eleven and cbs. In addition to its restaurant partners and beat its fourth quarter revenue estimates to boot jordache stock dropped because of its big losses due to ipo costs and stock related compensation according to cnbc citron research called door dashes ipo. Quote the most ridiculous of twenty twenty and said the stock was not worth a fraction of its price. The main concern about the valuations around these delivery. Service companies is. What happens after the pandemic with vaccinations. Well underway hopeful new. Cdc guideline saying that we can hug mom and dad again with caution will consumers still be willing to pay more for convenience on a recent earnings call. Jordache leaders reported still seeing growth in areas where covid restrictions have been eased a hopeful sign for the future at instacart the companies using its windfall to secure deals with a broader retail base. It has recently struck deals with big lots staples and walgreens to name a few. So even if you do wanna head back to the store to pick out your own meat and produce you just might keep turning to the delivery service to bring you that. Inexpensive sofa were case of copy paper ordered and with the universe of retailers. Out there who knows what new ways the company will find to deliver the goods

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Door Dash Shares Fall 16 % After Release of Company's First Earnings Report

Motley Fool Money

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Door Dash Shares Fall 16 % After Release of Company's First Earnings Report

"Shares of jordache falling sixteen percent on friday after the company's first earnings report as a public company revenue was higher than expected but door dash lost hundreds of millions of dollars. Ron shouldn't a business like this. Be doing well at a time when food delivery is higher than normal. They're doing well but it's an expensive business to run and just haven't reached the level yet that they expect to see that that that path to profitability that relatively early stage companies like to talk about a little context. The ipo in december was priced at one. O two went up around percents the first day if you recall for somewhere in the high one fifty s today as you said first quarterly report as a public company. It was mixed results solid guidance with soft revenue up two hundred and twenty percent total orders of two hundred and thirty percent obviously covert. Is the main driver. There reported a loss of as you said of several hundred million. Three hundred. Twelve million dollars for the corridor That was bigger than last year's loss of one hundred and thirty four million so increased expenses lower profitability there. They did have adjusted ebitda. That was positive so cash flow was positive at ninety. Four million so that. That's one bright spot. The guidance expects fewer customer orders reduced or frequency smaller average orders in the back half of the year as the vaccine rolls out allows people to get back to restaurants again. I don't think we should be surprised about that. There was some artificial growth here built in because we were all stuck at home. It doesn't mean the door. Jordache isn't relevant and doesn't have a business model that will make sense in the future but it's going to go back to a more normal business. Looks like for them

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Restaurants Look for Ways Around Food-Delivery Apps

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:14 min | 8 months ago

Restaurants Look for Ways Around Food-Delivery Apps

"Okay. So here's an experience. You probably become pretty familiar with in the last year or so. You go door dash or ubereats figure out exactly what you wanna eat. You added to your cart and then when you go to check out. The cost of your meal has skyrocketed with all the fees and delivery charges. And somehow you're stuck paying twenty five dollars for a burger that originally cost twelve bucks on the other side of the process. Restaurants have had a similar experience. They depend on apps. Like doordash uber eats to connect them to customers especially in the pandemic but have been frustrated with the commission that they charge and now some restaurants have been looking for ways to cut out the middleman or apps for more on this we turn to our tech reporter pretty khurana. Hey guys thanks for being here. Thanks for having me on the show. Okay so talk about some of the frustrations that restaurants have been bringing up. And what are we seeing them do about it. Well restaurants are increasingly pushing back on the commissions that apps charge not just restaurants regulators in cities like new york san francisco. Seattle have stepped in to cap commissions. Because it's really hurting restaurants with in store. Dining shot small restaurants are relying entirely on delivery and taking thirty percent of every single order is really eating into their prophets. What restaurants are increasingly doing. And this is ironic. My door dash delivery a few weeks ago. Had a sticker from my restaurant inside the bag seeing twenty percent off if you order directly from us and i found it interesting because the restaurant was using the same app that it was trying to bypass to get the word out so restaurants are increasingly driving more volume to their own websites their own apps there enticing consumers with deals discounts promotions that people go directly to them to order. What's also happened. Is that this push and pull between restaurants and apps have inspired a new wave of online delivery services that are saying you know what we're going to give better deals to restaurants and some of them that we wrote about are either charging restaurants. Nothing or charging them say one dollar for every order as opposed to thirty percent commission on the order and how the apps respond to the concerns that the restaurants have about those commissions. Well the meeting apps have said that they have taken steps to help only on and the pandemic door dash waved commissions for small restaurants. Grubhub suspended some commissions. Overeats has said that it has cut commissions in hof for restaurants that are now doing their own deliveries so the apps are pointing to all these steps they have taken to cut or wave or suspend commissions. Touring the pandemic separately. They've said that we've also given millions of dollars in grants to restaurants to help build outdoor seating so they are definitely helping restaurants. But i think commission's are here to stay Especially off to the pandemic and it remains to be seen how this reshapes landscape long-term As consumer behavior evolves and as restaurants think of alternatives to get around these apps in their fees yet and. Let's talk more about those alternatives. You know you mentioned some of them are any of them. Proving successful so far it's unclear if the new host of apps and services that are coming up will ever turn a profit themselves because even the big apps ubereats jordache grubhub aren't profitable even during the pandemic where orders an all time high. These apps haven't been able to turn a profit. The biggest cost in food delivery. Is the delivery itself. So what some of these new apps are doing is that they're saying let's eliminate that cost altogether. What some of these apps doing are driving enough volume to restaurants themselves to make it worthwhile for the restaurant to deliver. So in that instance. The app itself doesn't have any delivery fees or any delivery cost associated restaurants set their own delivery fees for the consumer and what we found is that often they price it lower than say door dash or ubereats just encourage more orders on apps that are charging no commissions or offering better deals to restaurants. Yeah and on the other side of that door dash is set to post earnings later today. It's their first report since going public. And as you mentioned they and the rest of these apps have really struggled to make money even as the pandemic meeks ordering and really popular. What the rise of these alternative solutions mean for them. These big apps are already responding door. Dash ubereats and grubhub are actually now building websites and apps for small restaurants and acting as old school logistics partners to just deliver the food. So they've taken note of restaurants increasing wariness. And they're saying well we wanna keep the restaurants happy and we're seeing this growing movement by restaurants to drive more orders to their websites. So why don't we build these websites for them. We keep the restaurants happy but then we charge them a delivery fee just to deliver that order. So that's what they're doing to also keep the business and to also make sure that they're not completely being cut out by restaurants themselves so what's the takeaway of all. That's what does this all mean for the industry moving forward whether or not this reshape. The food delivery landscape depends on how consumer behavior evolves once things. Go back to normal will. Delivery continued to make a huge part of sales or will in-store dining return and delivery goes back to being a small slice of business. If delivered remains a big part of business restaurants. Might say it's worth my time to deliver myself in that case that might eat into the apps business. If delivery goes to being small slice of business restaurants might say you know what most of our money is coming from in store dining anyway. It's fine even if these apps at taking thirty percent in commissions it's fine. It's not hurting me that much. So a lot of this depends on how consumer behavior shits off to the pandemic and whether or not. It's still worthwhile for restaurants to invest in delivering themselves. All right that there are puerto predate verana things today. thank

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Steam has officially come to China, and Sony’s PS5 is officially coming too

Daily Tech News Show

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Steam has officially come to China, and Sony’s PS5 is officially coming too

"Grease from bins to assemble bowls of sounds and other bowl. Friendly items. Jordache seems to attend to offer chow botox to partner restaurants saying it will enhance our robust merchant and logistics platform. Ea announced in attempts to acquire the mobile game developer global for two point one billion dollars according the ea ceo andrew wilson the acquisition will double the size of e as mobile efforts.

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Unpacking The Challenges of Geotargeting

Sounds Profitable

08:27 min | 9 months ago

Unpacking The Challenges of Geotargeting

"Where is your target going. What's the next stage of this tool talk about it. I brought in a super knowledgeable guy on the topic jason hansen. Here's what he had to say. So jason thank you so much for joining me today on the first recorded episode that we've done so far when i introduce you a little bit so i met jason when i was working at barometric Jason works at rapa by that is a gig economy ad platform and they're very performance driven. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and about ratify. Hey i thanks for having me as as we were joking about earlier I'm setting the bar low so your guests are only gonna get better from there to listen to this journey that you're on but it really fascinating what you're doing in the focusing on podcasting. It's just such in the early stages. And i'm a fan so i'm i'm looking forward to it as as a a listener to your show. So thanks for having me ratify to trapper fiber. You mentioned it where gig economy ad platform. So we're what we do. Is we match. Where advertisers want to reach. Based on the demographics are targeting in a specific market we press a button in that source that campaign zone sources drivers so whether uber drivers lift drivers jordache postmates. What have you it. Sources drivers that drive in that area in. We put ads on their cars. And then there's a whole way that we we measure attribution which. I'm sure we'll get into a little bit but not to pitch rapper fi but just talking about how we use location data to deliver that to our advertisers But our goal is taking. This is a very old school medium out of home. We've been doing it ever since we're drawing putting paintings on walls We're caveman and we're gonna take this this this old school medium. That's out in the real world and bring it into the digital space. Can we measure attribution. Can we make it more digital. Yeah and that's exactly why. I wanted to have you on the show. I appreciate you not doing the full pitch and all that but the the truth is that have a really great background. First off. you started in radio and second rapa fees auto home. which is you know. The subject of this episode is related to the geo location article that i wrote and in podcasting we get showed little information to do any sort of lookout and for geo the only thing we get his ip address and so with ratify. I kind of wanted to hear like what data you guys get. How you do g look and then kind of turn on and see what you could do with a little bit less like what is what does that world look like. Yeah i think there's some great correlations there really are model. We've we've we've started this We started this methodology for attribution on. It's been about two years now. And it's really scratching the surface as far as what data were getting and howard turning it into as close as we can get factual results that our clients see so what we're doing is we're taking the latte. Longitude of our drivers in were matching that with mobile add. Id's of folks. Who are within fifty feet of those vehicles so we partner with data providers that have collected device. Id's through optin. So it's folks who have given up the right to to share their location now. It's we don't collect any personal information but were able we take that that ad. Id and our goal is not. We know we're not going to capture everyone because we're just we're not at that point as a society yet where everyone is traceable. We wanna build up a large enough sample size to say okay in this campaign zone in atlanta for example here is a a large enough sample size of folks who were around these wrapped vehicles and then we want to measure did they take intended action. But what's interesting is we take those device. Id's and this is where we worked together before we would match those device id's with an ip address at their at their house in linking to other devices at their home. Because we know out of home in. It's actually the same with radio. And i would say even the same with podcast to an extent people. Your potential clients aren't taking that action right than in there because they just wanted to listen to what they just wanted to. Listen to joe rogan. They didn't necessarily wanted to go by t or some. You know some software at that moment. But that's why the importance of linking to device ideas at the home. We want to measure. Did they eventually take that intended. Action through the repetition of of seeing the ad on on the road or podcast in which is really interesting You hear the same add enough from you. Think of the godfathers of advertisers mail ship. How many podcast they did they sponsor and you hear it enough what we wanna do is we wanna see. Taking those ip addresses. Did that household eventually. Take the intended action now. There are limits there as reading. Your article really fascinating. I'd love to hear you dive into a little bit. Because i think there are similarities. The limits that ip address supplies to us in the out of home space. What is supplies to podcast advertisers. In your space yes so. Ip is really interesting. Because i did a test in that article and i connected through my home wifi which had me within one kilometer physical address and it and it said it could get up to ten kilometers away but cellular depending on if it was i. Ip b. six or p four had me anywhere from an hour and a half to three hours away. And i think that a lot of people look at chiyo with a mindset different than what you just said which was really cool. Because we're both kind of in mediums that don't have a click right and so when somebody sees an auto home advertisement or listening to a podcast. Add there's nothing to click. They're not gonna go to it immediately. And the focus of that part is that it's more about where the user is at the time that they see it and the proximity or here and the proximity to the action. Right if it's online geo doesn't normally matter. Anybody can hear an ad anybody can see an ad and then go online and find it right. If you're wrapping carso amazon. Or you're telling you're doing a podcast for it but when we were talking a little bit earlier before the show you made a comment about local and i think local such a big thing. That podcast needs to take advantage of that. It's less about. Were they within that ten kilometer radius. That i'm trying to target or more. Are they in a realistic driving. Radius from the car dealership that we're advertising. And i think that people in podcasting trying to emulate digital so much and. I'm sure you have that battle to on your end that it's not necessarily about the ad being physically close to that location. You're trying to drive people to but within the maximum radius that you guys believe will acquire that that lead. Yeah and i'm going to take you to the dinner table. Just as here's how i look at the media mix when you're eating dinner and you have a stake you have sides you have a drink. Maybe you have a salad and the soup. You have several different applications for each of those items. I'm not going to have Oh yeah i just need honey. Just let's just use a bowl put everything in a bowl unless i'm making a dinner smoothie and using a bowl for every single food element you have a bowl for the soup. You have a salad plate. You have a stake on a plate and then you have a fork knife that you use for that stake in a separate like i. I can go too far. I love lucy analogies. Come to me quickly. But we as marketers and advertisers. We love to try to take every medium in morph in that. It has to be the same thing as a google ad. Words like the what we what we get or what we how we apply google ad words. Okay now we have to have the same methodologies and the same results as we would want in podcasting or out of home every medium served. Its own purpose. And it's up to the advertiser to figure out. How does this affect the buyer's journey in. How can i get the most out of it for this segment of the buyer's

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Is there a better way to do local restaurant delivery?

Side Hustle School

02:15 min | 10 months ago

Is there a better way to do local restaurant delivery?

"Ever since the world changed in march. We've been ordering a lot more food delivery. In some ways it's great to get chipotle or my favorite vietnamese plays brought straight to the door about a third of the time though something goes wrong we can't find the driver or an item is missing from the order or it just takes way too long. There has to be a better way to do this right. I don't want to compete with uber. I just like to do something like this in my own town and preferably without being the one who drives around all day any ideas elizabeth. Thank you so much for listening. Appreciate you being out there. And i always love hearing about different ideas. I often come up with ideas which never see the light of day. Lots of my ideas are not good. You know and that's kind of how it works. You just kind of filter through ideas and figure out. Okay what do i do next etcetera. Is there some advantage here. And so the thing is here you know. I totally agree with the problems. I completely agree that there are lots of inefficiencies in this whole model. Lots of stuff is still being figured out and such the challenge though is even though there are some clear problems these companies they have a lot of investor money They're all trying to scale uber. Jordache whatever else postmates anything. I'm forgetting in different countries. There are probably some other names as well and we're already seeing a good amount of consolidation in the industry so jordache and caviar recently merged or one of them bought the other. I'm not sure. I think there's probably some other mergers in partnerships that are taking place so consolidation because there's not room for so many of them so i don't think the answer is in trying to compete basically. It's going to be very difficult to compete with with. What's already out there in fact unless this is your one and only idea like if this is your clear vision. This is your life mission. I gotta fix this problem. I would almost say. I wonder if something else might be better like. What else is on your mind. What other problems have you noticed. What other inefficiencies. Maybe there's something different if you do want to proceed you know if it is your clear vision your life mission. I think one answer could be not trying to be the next door ash or uber eats but pushing the local angle as much as possible and partnering with select few restaurants in other words trying to do something that is special in different instead of just something for the masses. Which is i said would be quite difficult.

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Airbnb is larger than all hotel stocks after its IPO

CNBC's Fast Money

01:16 min | 11 months ago

Airbnb is larger than all hotel stocks after its IPO

"One of these things is not like the other awards sesame street. Just take a look at the travel sox. Airbnb is market. Cap now. Stands at eighty six and a half billion dollars that is bigger than booking holdings marriott hilton and expedia and it goes beyond travel with. Today's gains. Airbnb is now bigger than target and goldman sachs. We could talk about money being left on the table. We talk about the huge. I stay pop but the question that we need to answer tonight is simply. Does that make sense. That i mean what you say. They're into four billion dollars in revenue. They're expecting double digit revenue growth. At least the analysts are start doing the math. I mean it's going to take in my opinion five years to deserve this valuation. And maybe that's the way the world is right now. Maybe people don't care maybe this sort of the grey fool theory thing but when you sort of look at this and look at jordache yesterday and save yourself. What am i missing i. It doesn't make any sense to me. It takes a long time to grow in these evaluations. And oh by the way we didn't even talk about but the employment Situation this country is not getting better. As a matter of fact that seems to be getting worse and although we can talk about know the summer of next year things getting back to normal a long time from here to there so in my world. It's ridiculously expensive melissa.

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DoorDash IPO

MarketFoolery

05:16 min | 11 months ago

DoorDash IPO

"And i say going public today because we don't have a price it's about quarter of as you and i are talking right now. Quarter of noon here on the east coast. Door dash was priced at one. Hundred two dollars a share in the last hour the indication of where it's going to open when it finally gets opened for trading has gone from one hundred forty to one hundred fifty to one hundred sixty and just in time that you and i have been talking john f. In one of my browsers i've got cnbc streaming and saw on the chiron that now door dashes indicating that it's gonna open at a range of one hundred seventy to one hundred seventy five dollars a share. So let's just put aside the stock price for a second is door dash a business that you're attracted to as an analyst and investor. I don't think so not yet. So i recently received an education on The the the food deliveries face from abby malan one of one of our colleagues and From what. I from what i learned. I sort of had an intuitive feeling that i wasn't gonna love the space But now i really don't think i do and so i just love that i went in thinking. I wasn't going to like it. I really don't i really don't not yet now. I want to be fair. I haven't read the the s one yet. And i probably will at some point because i think door dash has somewhere around fifty percent market share of meal delivery in the us So you know when a company has that much scale probably read about it. But i haven't rush to read it a couple of things so the meal delivery companies don't have a lot of control over the quality of the food right how it's played it. How it's presented The weather traffic all of those things that they need to that they need to deal with and that will affect the eventual and the customer experience All of these companies take the same routes and roads and so although their sort of logistics companies in they're like these applied math companies and the algorithms. Help them get there faster. I don't think that one companies algorithm is that much better at navigating traffic and finding the fastest route to the customer. You know that much faster that it's some sort of massive differentiator and so then then they compete on on three main criteria. One is on price With like like a race to the bottom really So that's not good for the industry if you just get a bunch of irrational pricing The other wanted to try to compete on. Customer service Which is difficult. Because like i said if the food doesn't taste good or you know it's the wrong food or or something. Jordache gets blamed not necessarily the restaurant because because door dashes is is the is the last mile. They're the transfer of the product to the customer. So that's like the last thing in the customer's mind is is outdoor. Dash must have messed up. At least i think that's what the perception is going to be in that you can compete on price. You can try to compete on. Customer service and the third thing is scale and by scale i'm referring to like signing up the most restaurants but what happens is all of these restaurants are using multiple of these service providers multiple of these meal delivery companies. And so. I don't know if it's if like achieving scale is stable strategy either and then I don't know if the restaurants love this model because they take a big take. And so when you think about it from like a like stakeholder multistakeholder perspective are they treating all of their stakeholders well while the restaurants are one of their key stakeholders and i don't think they love the idea. I think you're right and an example of how much some restaurants don't love the idea. Is you see this in in places like new york city. I've even seen it in the in the greater dc area where there are some restaurants that will offer you as a customer an incentive to come pick up the food yourself. Yeah so. I you know to be fair to door dash and you you hit on. I think one of the key parts of the bull case for doordash which is their market share. They for for all. The talk of uber and uber eats jordache. Is the big player in this space. They've got fifty somewhere in the low fifty percent range in terms of market share. And i think part of the bulk aces look food. Delivery isn't going away and if we think this is going to be a zero sum game or that there's going to be one dominant player right now. The way to bet is on door dash at and looks like that's the way the market

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AirBNB and DoorDash set to go public in massive IPOs

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:51 min | 11 months ago

AirBNB and DoorDash set to go public in massive IPOs

"Two big players in silicon valley are going public this week. The food delivery company door dash is set to begin trading this morning after pricing. It's offering overnight and the home sharing company. Airbnb will begin trading on thursday with an expected price range of fifty six to sixty dollars a share the coronavirus pandemic through both of these companies loop this year so to put these. Ipo's in context for us. We turn to our markets reporter. Maureen farrell marine. Thanks for joining me. Hi thanks so much for having me. So my understanding is that the pandemic really took a toll on both of these companies can use for minus. What we've been seeing the sure so airbnb took a much sharper. Toll on at the outset was sort of a rippling around the world. In february and march airbnb bookings really decreased buried dramatically. They lost almost eighty ninety percent of revenue within a few weeks as people just really stopped. Traveling stop leaving their homes jordache. The effect was less dramatic. Either there's of course things that businesses. We're gonna have to do to adapt but it took a a less dramatic toll and they've had a. It's really help their business and really sort of a tailwind for door dash and yet both of these companies revealed profitable quarters in their ipo filings are their struggles over or are there still risks associated with investing in these companies. So airbnb you know after that initial drop off when the fate of the business looked really you know in peril. Potentially they raised a lot of money. They really kind of revamped their business and sort of change. If you went onto airbnb they started to see that people were traveling again but in different ways by may and june of this year they were doing a lot more local stays they want to stay in homes or places by themselves not connected. There's fears of hotel still but people want to go to. Airbnb is eventually after having a really tough you months. They've had a nice rebound and that's really sort of helping them going into the ipo. As you said they haven't profitable quarters. Jordache has had just really an incredible run up in its revenue. Different risks for each of these companies airbnb. Real questions of what the next quarter or two could bring you know as the pandemic looks like it could get a lot worse than the near term until the vaccine is really rolled out the world. I mean cities are going back into lockdowns. Country is so we'll that once again. Just really stop travel for a while. It's unclear so there's an expectation that could be bumpy for a little while for airbnb but there's also an expectation that once people start traveling again it could. Their business could benefit even more dramatically. Jordache kind of the opposite questions of you know. They've had this really incredible growth trajectory this year. Will it continue a once. We go back to whatever the new normal will be. After the pandemic will their growth reaches slowdowns. I think that's something that investors are wary about them. But i mean there. There's a lot of excitement around. Just their numbers now and Nash the next couple of quarters so sounds like a pretty turbulent year despite the ups and downs both of these companies both door dash. An airbnb have pushed forward with plans to go public. Why is that. And how could going public benefit these companies. Well for both of these companies. They'll be raising a lot of money in their. Ipo's they'll be raising billions of dollars. They put it on their balance sheet and it also gives their employees and investors a chance to sell shares once as a publicly traded stock. But they're also going into what's been one of the hottest ipo markets. We've seen in a really long time. Especially companies that are considered tech that are showing growth even showing some profits both of these companies investors seemed to be racing into them and so both companies have raised their price targets for where they expect to price the ipo. They've come in much higher than i think anyone could even fathomed earlier this year. So a couple of things there. I you mentioned that we're in the middle of this red hot ipo marquette. Can you kind of conceptualize that for us shores in the first place we're seeing more in terms of volume agreed greater amount of volume already. It's far exceeded the previous high point. The record was set back in one thousand nine hundred nine at the height of the tech dot com boom and this year already. We far surpassed that number so companies on us. Exchanges have raised more money than in one thousand nine hundred nine the previous record but then just across the board. I mean so. Many different companies are going out there and many companies have done. What airbnb of done. They've been gone out to investors investors have talked to them about where they might price the stock and they keep on raising it and then it goes out and starts trading and we've seen companies just over a couple of weeks over a month triple in value. The investors are just seem really ravenous to get into these new companies and also. I mean this comes along with a backdrop of stocks being a record highs and continued. Hit new records this year. Got it and you also mentioned that jordache airbnb will be able to give their investors and employees a chance to sell their shares. This might sound like a bit of an obvious question but what does that mean. An and why is that significant here. Both companies have had an incredible run up in value so investors at some point want to cash in and sell their shares. So at least there's a public market for them to do so. It's a lot more tricky in the private market. There's just sort of set times it which you can do it and same thing for employees. I mean a lot of these employees especially at airbnb which has been around a few more years than jordache. They've been at the company for many years. They've had their stock options given to them. Now they'll be in a position to sell the stock options and at a lot of tech startups. It's a sort of one piece of the puzzle that you take bet on an early stage company in you build your career around it and you hope for this day. If you're an employee at some point that will be accompanying an airbnb is case. You know that could be valued over forty billion dollars. You can get the piece you sell your shares and sort of cash in on what you've put into the company in terms of your time and efforts so as we've said doordash is gonna start trading today and airbnb is gonna follow tomorrow. What are you going to be watching for day of for each of these companies. I think it's just going to be interesting to see how they priced it. If they know there's a question underwriters. Wanna get the price right and by that means you always want to see the stock. Go up in the public markets or else it really can sort of sheet off of itself if the stock goes down the first day of trading it gets like there's a nervousness in this case. And there's such euphoria rambled companies. It would be pretty shocking. They priced it such that. They dip below their ipo price. So if they do go up there's also a question of how much they go up because as we said both companies price the night before they start trading and ideally. You want the sock to go up a certain amount but not too much then. In that case it means often taken. The company left money on the table could have raised more in the public markets to fund their business going forward so there's the sense of a kind of ideal pop in the ip on the first day as maybe ten to twenty percent anymore than that companies have left money on the table investors if they're selling shares employees below. That is a very a much worse problem to have if you fall below the stock price your ipo price on the first day of trading.

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This Could Be the Year of Take-Out Thanksgiving

Business Wars Daily

03:40 min | 11 months ago

This Could Be the Year of Take-Out Thanksgiving

"Services have had huge pandemic boosts not surprisingly there ready and waiting to ferry millions of holiday meals in particular. We're presuming that. The ceo of door dash is particularly thankful for the extra business today just last week. The silicon valley company filed to go public that filing has been met with as much skepticism as a novice cook eyeing his first turkey. Now let's be clear. Door dash is now the largest delivery service in the us by volume revenues grew exponentially after the first lock downs and they've continued to surge since january door dash has delivered more than five hundred. Forty million orders according to the company's sec filing that's about three times as many as the same period a year ago this year's orders brought in almost two billion dollars in sales again well over double the same time last year. Sales are likely to continue growing as long as the pandemic is with us. But here's where some of the skepticism comes in like many tech company door dashes focused on growth at the expense of prophets. The delivery business is a dogfight door dash up against ubereats grubhub postmates which ubereats bought in july and restaurants owned delivery services as a result. The company has only had a couple of profitable quarters since it was founded seven years ago. Yeah one of those quarters was this year in the second quarter door dashes turned a profit of twenty three million dollars but in the third quarter jordache once again lost money bat. Despite restaurant owners long complaints jordache takes as much as thirty percent commission from them. In addition to charge customers delivery fees new regulations intended to protect restaurants could rain in those fees and yet in the strange economics of our time the company's valuation skyrocketed from two billion dollars last year to fifteen billion. Now this means that even if door dash can't find a path to profitability anytime soon. It's investors stand to make a lot of money in an ipo consider the ipo's timing for another perspective to the company filed on november thirteenth. Just a little over a week. After winning a victory in the most expensive ballot measure ever to hit california along with other gig worker businesses like uber and instacart dash spent millions to win passage of proposition. Twenty two that proposition exempts some companies from a new california labor law that reclassifies gig workers as employees door dash has a million drivers call dashers across the country having furnished them with sick. Leave and unemployment benefits would have threatened the company's existence they say passage of prop. Twenty two may door dashes. Ipo prospects much brighter. Cnbc reported under prop twenty two door. Dash uber and others will have to provide some health care benefits to drivers along with minimum earnings guarantee over time those dashers face their own. Existential threats in the future jordache says it plans to replace them with drones and driverless cars. The same kinds of challenges and controversies dog door dashes rivals uber. Eats has also soared on the back of pandemic restaurant closures but analysts say it's held back by the waning fortunes of uber's ridesharing. Business and lift is now partnering with grubhub which went public in april of twenty fourteen. Both uber and lift went public last year. But by the end of the year they're shares tanked. Now we hardly expect you to think about all this messiness when you're just trying to get dinner on the table but just know that beneath the soaring sales food delivery. Business is an all sweetness and light. Maybe go pick up your meal yourself. Just a thought. Happy thanksgiving

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DoorDash releases filing to go public

Techmeme Ride Home

02:51 min | 1 year ago

DoorDash releases filing to go public

"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit

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"jordache" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"jordache" Discussed on She Podcasts

"We just have to get rid of so many things so many many many many many many things so many things. And i can always hire someone to come over like we have that service handy. It's an app and you can hire someone to do all kinds of different odd jobs for you. Lake come hang a picture come to my laundry come grocery shopper. Me come help al's no. It's not but i'll come over in my who's gonna go your. Yeah you can download it but like but like it will say it's i mean does jordache say available by times i open at like no service to your area right. I always test it. I always so there's handy there's thumb tack. There's a couple of different ones that you can that you aka me i can do. But even that is a chore. Funny someone to do it and actually making a list of everybody needs to be done. I mean it's all overwhelming. Why are we talking about this depressing just because of the close the energy stocks. This is what i'm saying. So i really don't think that it's i think it really is the cumulative effect of all of that that is is really just getting bigger and bigger and bigger and so even though even though it might be a small little thing that like. I'm saying small little thing even though it wasn't a small little thing. Just but with the party with isaac and all the things right even though that in itself was okay. It was a little big. But it wasn't like i was eight people right. Yeah but i think that because of the cumulative non unfinished loops if you will if feels so heavy because this is what irks me and tense. We had that conversation yesterday. Is that i'm trying to close loops. All the i'm like. Okay i have time now to take care of these three things. And if i have enough time to close this these loops and if i can't do it in that frame of time i can't close loops like there's more crap that i need to deal with is dry..

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"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Now were not going to talk about most of the kind of election coverage you're hearing everywhere but there were some technology related propositions on the ballot fact. We had a whole special episode along with politics politics politics about proposition. Twenty two the ride hailing once. It will start with that. But there's a few other things like right to repair and privacy laws that were passed around the united states now these only affect the states that they're in but a lot of times other states will copy a propositions if they're successful and sometimes even other countries will copy the so even. If you don't live in the united states you might find these interesting to compare to your own laws or look. Maybe something that government might be looking at putting into place soon. Let's start with proposition. Twenty two because this is likely to be one used across the united states and possibly elsewhere voters in california passed prop twenty two which exempts what they call app based drivers basically defined as somebody using an app to coordinate. Ride hailing or to coordinate food delivery. So i'm a independent contractor. And i use uber lift to go pick people up and driving around or use breeds jordache postmates etc to grab food and bring it to people. There will now be an exception to the state law. Ab five in california. That would otherwise have required app based drivers to be fulltime employees ab five past mostly to make at based drivers fulltime employees but uber and lyft postmates doordash spent millions of dollars on prop twenty two and it passed. The new law will leave drivers as independent contractors but it does give them a little more than they have now under the law. There's a minimum wage. There's a limit on how many hours you can drive. Only twelve hours out of every twenty four for certain drivers that drive enough you can get some health insurance and accident insurance subsidies. So they're not giving all the benefits. You would get full time employees but they are trying to appear as if like well. We're we're actually adding benefits to what an independent contractor otherwise would. Oh man. I mean this. This is if you live in california. This was a big one And the you know the voters have spoken. I just you know my kind of takeaway like listen if somebody is working twelve hours a day and they have no benefits yes. It's great that they're getting minimum wage. You know they they. They deserve more but they're not getting minimum wage. They're getting a minimum wage. The the wages a minimum of twenty two is actually higher than the california minimum wage. Right but still. Yeah sure but but you know we're still you know it's independent contractor stuff and it's funny you know you you think well if you wouldn't you of course want to be employed because then you get all the benefits that an employee would would get not every person who drives for any of these companies actually once that some do some do not so. It's been a very divisive measure. And i will be interested to see how how things go over the next. Let's call it six months. Yeah the other thing i wondered about is how much the spreads to other cities like am i are..

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"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Now were not going to talk about most of the kind of election coverage you're hearing everywhere but there were some technology related propositions on the ballot fact. We had a whole special episode along with politics politics politics about proposition. Twenty two the ride hailing once. It will start with that. But there's a few other things like right to repair and privacy laws that were passed around the united states now these only affect the states that they're in but a lot of times other states will copy a propositions if they're successful and sometimes even other countries will copy the so even. If you don't live in the united states you might find these interesting to compare to your own laws or look. Maybe something that government might be looking at putting into place soon. Let's start with proposition. Twenty two because this is likely to be one used across the united states and possibly elsewhere voters in california passed prop twenty two which exempts what they call app based drivers basically defined as somebody using an app to coordinate. Ride hailing or to coordinate food delivery. So i'm a independent contractor. And i use uber lift to go pick people up and driving around or use breeds jordache postmates etc to grab food and bring it to people. There will now be an exception to the state law. Ab five in california. That would otherwise have required app based drivers to be fulltime employees. Ab five is passed mostly to make at based drivers fulltime employees but uber and lyft postmates doordash spent millions of dollars on prop twenty two and it passed. The new law will leave drivers as independent contractors but it does give them a little more than they have now under the law. There's a minimum wage. There's a limit on how many hours you can drive. Only twelve hours out of every twenty four for certain drivers drive enough. You can get some health insurance and accident insurance subsidies so they're not giving all the benefits. You would get a full time employees but they are trying to appear as if like well. We're we're actually adding benefits to what an independent contractor. otherwise would. oh man. I mean this. This is if you live in california. This was a big one And the you know the voters have spoken. I just you know my kind of takeaway like listen if somebody is working twelve hours a day and they have no benefits yes. It's great that they're getting minimum wage. You know they they. They deserve more but they're not getting minimum wage. They're getting a minimum wage. The the wages a minimum of twenty two is actually higher than the california minimum wage. Right but still. Yeah sure but but you know we're still you know it's independent contractor stuff and it's funny you know you you think well if you wouldn't you of course want to be employed because then you get all the benefits that an employee would would get not every person who drives for any of these companies actually once that some do some do not so. It's been a very divisive measure. And i will be interested to see how how things go over the next. Let's call it six months. Yeah the other thing i wondered about is how much the spreads to other cities like am i are..

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"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Now were not going to talk about most of the kind of election coverage you're hearing everywhere but there were some technology related propositions on the ballot fact. We had a whole special episode along with politics politics politics about proposition. Twenty two the ride hailing once. It will start with that. But there's a few other things like right to repair and privacy laws that were passed around the united states now these only affect the states that they're in but a lot of times other states will copy a propositions if they're successful and sometimes even other countries will copy the so even. If you don't live in the united states you might find these interesting to compare to your own laws or look. Maybe something that government might be looking at putting into place soon. Let's start with proposition. Twenty two because this is likely to be one used across the united states and possibly elsewhere voters in california passed prop twenty two which exempts what they call app based drivers basically defined as somebody using an app to coordinate. Ride hailing or to coordinate food delivery. So i'm a independent contractor. And i use uber lift to go pick people up and driving around or use breeds jordache postmates etc to grab food and bring it to people. There will now be an exception to the state law. Ab five in california. That would otherwise have required app based drivers to be fulltime employees ab five past mostly to make at based drivers fulltime employees but uber and lyft postmates doordash spent millions of dollars on prop twenty two and it passed. The new law will leave drivers as independent contractors but it does give them a little more than they have now under the law. There's a minimum wage. There's a limit on how many hours you can drive. Only twelve hours out of every twenty four for certain drivers that drive enough you can get some health insurance and accident insurance subsidies. So they're not giving all the benefits. You would get full time employees but they are trying to appear as if like well. We're we're actually adding benefits to what an independent contractor otherwise would.

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Uber and Lyft Drivers in California Will Remain Contractors

Daily Tech News Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Uber and Lyft Drivers in California Will Remain Contractors

"Now were not going to talk about most of the kind of election coverage you're hearing everywhere but there were some technology related propositions on the ballot fact. We had a whole special episode along with politics politics politics about proposition. Twenty two the ride hailing once. It will start with that. But there's a few other things like right to repair and privacy laws that were passed around the united states now these only affect the states that they're in but a lot of times other states will copy a propositions if they're successful and sometimes even other countries will copy the so even. If you don't live in the united states you might find these interesting to compare to your own laws or look. Maybe something that government might be looking at putting into place soon. Let's start with proposition. Twenty two because this is likely to be one used across the united states and possibly elsewhere voters in california passed prop twenty two which exempts what they call app based drivers basically defined as somebody using an app to coordinate. Ride hailing or to coordinate food delivery. So i'm a independent contractor. And i use uber lift to go pick people up and driving around or use breeds jordache postmates etc to grab food and bring it to people. There will now be an exception to the state law. Ab five in california. That would otherwise have required app based drivers to be fulltime employees ab five past mostly to make at based drivers fulltime employees but uber and lyft postmates doordash spent millions of dollars on prop twenty two and it passed. The new law will leave drivers as independent contractors but it does give them a little more than they have now under the law. There's a minimum wage. There's a limit on how many hours you can drive. Only twelve hours out of every twenty four for certain drivers that drive enough you can get some health insurance and accident insurance subsidies. So they're not giving all the benefits. You would get full time employees but they are trying to appear as if like well. We're we're actually adding benefits to what an independent contractor otherwise would.

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With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:56 min | 1 year ago

With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California

"Proposition. Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right

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It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:55 min | 1 year ago

It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California

"Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right

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Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

Business Wars Daily

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away

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What Drives the NBA 2K League with OG King Curt

Esportz Network Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

What Drives the NBA 2K League with OG King Curt

"Momentum especially in the last few months a lot of people watching NBA Two k. one of the most watched NBA to gate broadcast ever as the players not for the to Kaley Mba players actually played to gate a tournament back in May I think it was is just been a lot of momentum around the game and the eastward seen as a whole. Now I know everything is better now those payouts are great. The contracts are gay but whatever I talk with people at ease sports always this level of nostalgia for the own the old days of the grassroots tired of its the hotel ballroom tired of its is there anything for those old days that you miss about him where it was just people coming together play for passionate or just everything better now? I'll tell you it's fifty fifty I mean I. Always remember where I came from in. Just the memorable experiences I had throughout this journey. But fortunately for me since I was basically Pioneer Aninat space is that I still get the the see some of the same people I'm bed. You know help me get started along the way that's from players to current managers and GM. So is Kinda like You know we all grew up together. So to speak in being able to see where we came from to where we are now is is is something that I still have to pinch myself from time to time and in and realize where I really came from and where I'm at. Definitely the NBA Two K. as fourteen is always felt like this really tight knit circle. There's. Just, the people that have been around this sports scene for a long time and had a driver for so long and it seems like there's just this this core group of people who are so passionate about it at our Dow in these elevated roles at the Abates UK leak working with be franchises and doing broadcasts that are being seen by thousands of thousands of people. It's pretty awesome to say. Now, definitely like I said it's I. Call Dream Work of course is is challenging I'm I've learned a lot of different things along the way because you know you go you go from being a grassroots, a tournament and league organizer out to actually working with the NBA. Franchising using the same model. That they use to to build brands and sponsorships with their actual NBA team. So I'm you know although I've had extreme knowledge into K learning getting over into the NBA aspect of it as far as brandon sponsors is definitely a grew me up time last couple years. doubt the NBA I mean that's just it's another level that that nowy sports is are we look at the NBA and the brands they've brought it to the NBA to Kaley I'm total brand new done a lot of writing for ad week. So run through some of these Att Bud Light Champion Hyper X. panerabread. Tips I don't even know how to say that would Swiss watches a new era stickers Jordache gave stop there's so many brands that are part of the two k-league at subway more so that even you sports leagues that a better established for a really long time. The NBA Two K. League just has all these grads. That's really thanks to the the connections of the NBA and the knowledge the NBA has in in pursuing the sponsorships. Law Without a doubt I mean when you hear those three letters NBA a, it's attractive and and a lot of brands want to be affiliated with it, and then you know in partnership to us with the phillies teams is the same concept. You know you hit a Brooklyn Nets or Golden State Warriors and Ben by the fact that they have affiliate teams, I'm they just WANNA find a way to be a part of an and has been very beneficial for teams like like Ma. Daphne really excited

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"jordache" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"jordache" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"To compete with Domino's he was a gourmet pizza maker. And so you had to come to his restaurant to eat his gourmet pizzas but he suddenly started getting customers calling in with complaints about their deliveries customers. Called in saying their pizza was delivered cold or the wrong pizza delivered and they wanted to pizza and none of his restaurants delivered. He realized that a delivery option had mysteriously appeared. On the company's Google listing. The delivery option was created by door dash to confirm he never spoken with anyone from door dash. And after years of resisting. The Siren Song of delivery revenue certainly did not want to be listed but words order delivery. Were right there prominently Google snippet. He messaged if I knew anything about door dash. Oh boy did I get soft baked triggered. I just read about four hundred million dollar series F. An was among the we work in class of companies that for me represents everything wrong with startup evolution. Raise a TON OF MONEY. Lose a ton of money and just obliterate. The basic economics of an industry Jordache was causing real problems. The most common was door dash delivery. Drivers didn't have the proper bags for pizzas so inevitably the pizza would arrive cold. And then he brought up another problem. The prices were off. He was so frustrated. Customers were seed incorrectly. Low Prices. A pizza that he charged twenty four dollars for was listed. A sixteen by door dash at first thought. I wonder if door dashes artificially lowering prices for customer acquisition purposes. And then I thought wait a second arbitrage if someone could pay cash sixteen dollars a pizza endured ash would pay his restaurant twenty four dollars a pizza. He could order the pizzas himself via door dash all day long. And you'd net eight dollars in profit. In long story short the guy ultimately winds up doing this and makes thousands of dollars by ordering his own pizzas from door dash in ultimately gets to the point. Where Because of the cost time with flour and stuff that he already had in stock he just ordered sauce. Lewis Cheese Lewis Pizzas. He ordered crust and he was able to make thousands of dollars by going through Jordache. Now it does turn. Outdoor Dash was artificially lowering the prices and then showed up at a restaurant one day and said hey we got data that shows all these people are ordering your pizza's for delivery through us. You should allow us to do this. And then of course they were going to icon fees to his restaurant so as restaurant would have to rent equipment for Jordache to process the orders. Jordache with an added delivery fee to the customers and then try to pay the drivers and it turns out.

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"jordache" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Makeshift cameraman she's point they can't write out a condo rockers so that everyone accounted TV can appreciate it make sure you open up those legs little give a real treat their avocado you can see the avocado pits seven two seven five seven nine one oh two five Romeo what's up buddy hello story involving a mixtape a mixtape horror story I love that guy had right so early I used to live in a city in and out and I'm only twenty seven so I'm I'm not the one world in the middle between knowing what a mixtape is an interesting you know being produced the CD and burn music yep well the middle but I remember the last last last eight that I a lot of that no matter what I will not get real was what I called yank their explicit expletive deleted and the basically a lot of like the old school hip hop that you wait for hours and hours cordon turtle workable years like about last year when I went back home to see my family my mom she found my tape all the is leaving I had a little things you did which I have but you can hear it as a set yeah you know it it's you know not nostalgic so I think they could set back you know back home you know and I'm like oh crap I don't have any except there anywhere so I went out to thrift store and I plan on a cassette player put it on it doesn't work mom man that's a drag I mean I used to love make it makes it especially for girls like you could you could put a couple songs on there that like girls would really be into and you know kind of romantic side you give a girl a mixtape and big good opportunity get inside those Jordache is you know well from girl girl you manage it you know they're always defeated little poppy till action thanks bro I appreciate always good to hear from you have a great weekend document.

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"jordache" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on LadyGang

"Let's make this quick. Loan, relating quick. I am back healthy Thursday. I have a splinter in the palm of my hand how, but like a little baby splinter I don't know. I haven't been on a playground in. Kind of like spongier is that catches possibly, I don't know what it is. But I also don't know how to get this out. She need a tweeter. It's really the mardi Neil. By that hurts burp. All right. Sponsor bloop splinter. I've had a splinter from Broadway down center in New York in the bottom of my foot for like twenty years. You know what I have? I have a piece of lead in my hand that I've had since I was like since you're laying the mechanical pencil. Yeah, yeah. That's so weird question. Did they actually thought about this other night? Do they still have those like pets Kastner's? I've seen them in schools, like the hand held. Yes. Oud. Ooh, I gotta walk past marks task, and get my pencil in my cute Jordache jeans jury for the walk by off by her. So you're so right. Yeah. I was just wondering because I was like have we I was shooting on a college campus? And I saw one and I actually flicked consciously was like, oh, that is the weirdest thing I've ever seen. Onic ones. Yeah. And they have electric pencils. Yeah, yeah, it's wild. Maybe it's like a five vintage. Why just didn't know if we're still using pencils because, now they've arrestable pens. But then my age. How to race bullpens, but those are garbage work. They leave like a smear. I mean, I have a replaceable booth Joe pen that is God never seen that writing. Suck my bones. No, I was just wondering because my knees like I got her a whole bunch of really cool pencils for school. And she was really excited about it. And I was like, oh pencils? Whilst I gotta make up an African light LED lip makeup, counter three way folding, mere dots because she loved to do her makeup on. That's cute. How old is she she's like eight that's great gift? But although a little young to be she loves the makeup, because she's ballerina, and I gave her all this makeup at Christmas, and it wasn't on our list, like I was acquitted quick at nine east for her for Christmas, and her mom, like gave me things. And then I just went rogue and got our like a caboodle and filled it with makeup. She freaked out. She's like, oh my God. Thank you. I know you're too young but I'm a bad anti. And I love it. I remember back in the day like at the mall kiosks, they'd have those, those powder stackable little. I wonder if those are still around using those these days. I think they are, you know, what's back is the. The lip things that are like, you know, vanilla berry snowflake or a smarter. Lava smash smackers back smacker is back if you guys love lady gang and you're looking for other podcasts to listen to. We want to tell you about the awesome podcast on.

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"jordache" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Policies that includes things like anonymous data and also giving end eight to delete it because even if a company is, you know, just in the business of trying to help apps, run better. We know that there's a problem that can happen if they get breached, right? Until holding onto our data for while could lead to a problem, or as we've seen many times companies that start in one kind of business and up shift into a different kind of one by the time. They're funding runs out, they need to pivot. And all the sudden they realize that our data is one of the most valuable things that they have. So my general rule as a person who cares about privacy in this world is, we should be collecting less efficient with fewer. People more data more problems. So you say that even the Washington Post your employer was they were collecting tracking you in the middle of the nineteen o what information they were sending out of you. Yeah. Were using some marketing trackers as well as an with extractors the posts said that those truckers were helping it make sure that the apps were displaying correctly. I heard that kind of response from a lot of people. I mean, I think really typical one that's probably a good example for us to talk about is door dash they are the in the food delivery service in the door dash app. You open it. And you think you're having a conversation just with door dash. That's what you stalled on your phone. Right. But in turns out, you open it it's talking to nine different trackers at the same time to I asked door dash to explain while those truckers were to me, some are there to help it figure out if there is fraud going on, on your phone. Those people get a lot of information about your phone again. Open question of like how long they keep it whether they anonymous, it eventually, do they delete it that kind of stuff then? There's a set that are four analytics Jordache says it helps them make sure that Apple's running correctly. They even more data. More personal data wasted dentist. Your phone again, same questions. How long do they hold onto that? What did they delete it out of they protect it? Finally, there's the largest category is marketing trackers. So every time you open door. Dash you're sending a signal off to Facebook and Google both to let them know that you've opened door dash is that what you thought you were doing when you were launching that out. I didn't we, we don't really know what we're doing. Lots of that. Like I want some food. Exactly. And that's exactly the trap that, that these companies have got us all in. Right. We want the convenience and the, the, the capabilities here, and they've made us sort of accept that giving up. Our privacy is cost of it, and I think that is a false choice and when to fight back. So how can how can do better here because I mean, you know, I'm used to hearing these or you know, reading articles similar to this or hearing about this stuff. You know, I'm an Android guys. I'm very used to hearing about this stuff around Android. So apple the less, so Apple's built its business around being at least publicly perceived as the kind of more privacy conscious company. What can they do better here? Yeah. Apple is the company that took out that big at C S this year. That said what happens on your iphone stays on your iphone? Clearly, my experiment shows that, that is not the case. I think we have to remember that apple first of all, has has raised that bar set that for themselves. So we need to hold them to it and the second of all day have complete. Control over the way IOS works as well as the way the act store works..

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"jordache" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"jordache" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I said. What percentage of that? Do you think Jordache too? What percentage would you guess? Thirty percent. Thirty percent. Now, if you're a restaurant owner. You look at what the consumer pays separate from the fees. You look at what the consumer pays. I haven't done a deal with one of these apps app services yet. I'm telling you what I've been told by other people that are doing this. Now part of that thirty percent is the credit card processing fee, but that's only two and a half percent. That means that the restaurant is only left with seventy percent. Of what you paid a couple of things to think about their when you look at the economics of it number one. You get business that you wouldn't otherwise get because some people instead of who'd you say red pepper. So did you know about red pepper before door dash, okay? Some people some people don't some people businesses are reporting that they're getting business from people who've never been in their shop because they go onto dash or ovaries or whoever and go barbecue Republic barbecue. Oh, never heard Republic barbecue. Let me try them out. So there, you know, you could consider how much of every cell you make would be marketing if instead you bought radio ads or billboards whatever. So in some ways being on that platform is marketing, and and thirty percents is is high. But still the second thing is there's no space. They're not coming into sitting at your table. You don't pay the labor to clean the table. You don't pay the lawsuits of of slip and falls that has to be built into every plate. Your legal expenses. You don't have to clean the place. You don't have to clean, the restroom. You don't have to have as much square footage. You can do more sales without a bigger footprint and real estate is expensive. So there are a lot of there are a lot of things that they're taking off of your plate. So to speak for that thirty percent. I just think it's sorta like when when VCR's came out, and they were thousands of dollars. And now you can get one for forty bucks at best buy it's always funny. They ask you if you want the. If you want the warranty. Why would I want the warranty by the time I'm going to use the warranty? This thing will cost twenty bucks. I don't I don't want this. This thing is obsolete. The minute I walk out the door. They planned obsolescence in these things the minute. I walk out the door. It's a piece of junk. So I think that will happen with the fees. I think competition will drive those lower. But I am curious to hear from you. Whether you're a restaurant tour or consumer what you like. But part of the reason I bring that up is I think that our society is changing in terms of behavior. That we're seeing as as very dramatic. A tectonic change in. That is more time spent at home. Partly because as our urban areas become even more crowded traffic patterns in L A in parts of Houston. And in Chicago, New York, it's impossible to get around. And so people are less and less willing to go out into it. So when they come home, they're not going back out, that's one. So the traffic is an impediment to going out and the other thing, I think is as the alternative as you. It's no longer the case that you can you can only get pizza delivered to your house, or maybe in some cases Chinese restaurants. Did it pretty much anything you want delivered? So I have my wife doing research for me as well. So she goes tomorrow. We'll slap the other day they have to ladies behind the counter. One of them is handling. Is one of them is handling the delivery, apps and one of them is handling people that walk in. So the people that are sitting there were kind of annoyed my wife overhearing this. They were annoyed by the fact that the, you know, the Uber driver the door dash they come in. And they get their stuff and go, but they've called head. You haven't you walked in and giving your order there in so many options now for ordering on the apps ahead of time. When people have I can't do all that stuff. Because it requires you to be too smart with technology. I'm not good with it. But for a lot of people with the young generation they order stuff before they ever get places. So that even if they don't use those I watch people walk into Starbucks. People walk into Starbucks. They walk in grab their thing and go they've already ordered it and paid for it on the app, boom. It's it's a pretty big change in a behavior. But not nearly as big as the change that people are now spending inordinate amounts of time at home. I don't just mean retirees I mean working people because when they get home they no longer need to leave home to get everything they need. They get their food delivered to them. They get their movies delivered to them the national association for theatre owners of theatre owners NATO has reported for years movie attendance declining. It turns out the movie experience wasn't a very good experience. We went there despite the theater never because of it. And when we could replace the theater that is we could get the movie on our TV at home. Where we have our own drinks, our own food, our restroom right there. No smackers. No talkers. No people coming across where you have to get up while they go in front, a comfortable place to sit in your underwear. So you don't have to get all dressed up. All you didn't have to park you had to pay a bunch of money for inferior products. The chickens came home to roost. The theater owners weren't doing a good job providing a good experience and about the time. They started figuring out. Hey, why don't we serve good food? When are we also give them the option of beer that was about the time that Netflix all started coming in? Netflix has revolutionized all of that. But here's my point. I think that this has left us with a lot more time to watch Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, whatever your particular your thing. And I think that what we're watching is instead of instead of sports instead of hobbies instead of all the things that used to distract us from the warriors of the world the biggest hobby in American now is politics. It's everywhere all the time. It's ubiquitous and I think that what we're doing is. We're not being spoon fed it because we're going searching for it. But I think that that is affecting how we what kind of candidates are going to move to the top of the field. I think Trump was a was a result of that a good thing. Actually, I will. I will confess to that. Even though I didn't see it at the time. But I think that's what puts Bego at the top of the field. I think that's what puts beta at the top of the field. And that's what.

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"jordache" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All you said a restaurant, April Fools joke to this has got to be right. I bet it is. You're right. I feel like I got away. Recognize says, oh my. What do you mean? How you're not gonna recognize somebody you look, and you're like, hey that guy's a Bank robber. Okay. Have you been in a steam the sauna? You can't you could barely see in front of you. And the last thing you want. Whiteout conditions. It is I told you like the back in the fall, I the health club. I went into the son in the room where men make the most noise ridiculous noises you've ever seen. So I could understand where maybe this this. The criminal was making some weird sounds and then cap started staring at him. Like, dude. Why are you making those weird sound? Hey, didn't you rob a Bank last week that he noticed these guys? They just they go in. Shut up. That's coming back. I is. It is. We're supposed to be a communal sauna. You're not alone in your bedroom. Okay. I don't need your plopping down on naked all a lot of people do on a sauna. They. John. Also coming back to sauna chance the city there's like the clearing of the throats. Stretching. You're in. He's clearly the library sauna where you just walk in. And no one's cap in. You have your own sauna. You can make whatever sound you want in a sauna. This is why people like me quit the gym is because. Naked guys making weird noises. You just hit the hat trick. That's coming back to. I put the biscuit the basket three times in like, sixty seconds is a lot of upkeep a personal son. I would imagine it is he'll be there would think so was invited me. He said open invited to my son. He just went golden sombrero on your right there. Four strikeouts before we play a game Jordache deliveryman caught on camera sneaking a sip of teams milkshake Jordache delivery driver caught doorbell camera sucking up a sweet treat known as a milk shake that he was about to deliver to an unsuspecting home in Stockton, California. That's discussing again. Yeah. But he did he did it. He didn't make any rude noises of milkshake delivery. Well, but you can do a lot of that you can order now from subway. I get that. This is good. This is a really good piece of advice. Do not ever order milkshake. Why why trust the delivery Nicola? Not good. It's not about the delivery driver. It said something is going to take half hour to forty five minutes to get to me. The last thing I want to be is a milkshake. Okay. Well, if it's melted. That's on you. But if the guy driving is sipping my milkshake, Mr. state, that's a treat. Why don't we play a quick game? Ready to sweeping the nation public drunkenness. Cannibals? Tom criminals..

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"jordache" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"jordache" Discussed on a16z

a16z

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on a16z

"By consumers and service providers all of a sudden people could know where various providers were located relative to to them. So you had location that you could do matching on people could respond to requests immediately rather than. Waiting until they got home to their computer and could check their Email. And so this was really conducive to an on demand model where you could receive a service very quickly almost immediately in real time without having to wait and to have a back and forth messaging process over potentially multiple days. And so the on demand model of marketplace's was really conducive to simple services that were very atomic and simple transactions that could you could do matching for in a very quick rhythmic way without you know, matching on various different complex dimensions enough to ask twenty-seven questions. It's kind of push button and something useful habits right car arrives. A somebody who will pick up your stuff at Costco arrives. Or whatever. Exactly. And I think another thing that we saw happen with this generation of marketplaces. Is that because the matching happened in an algorithm MAC centralized way. What happened was that the supply side sort of became more obscured and sort of obstructed away for consumers. So as a consumer you would say something like my Uber driver pick me up or I'm getting food delivered through Jordache. You wouldn't think of the counterparty of the transaction as being that actual and provider the way that you did in previous generations of marketplace's name, you just wanted to know that like I don't know they had four stars or something like that. Yeah. Refundable, sort of replaceable. Yeah. And that's because these on-demand marketplaces really nailed in on a singular use case and took hold of that entire end entrance action from discovery to matching to payment and actually transaction. And so because that entire service delivery process was captured by those marketplaces, people didn't really think of the unprovided wasn't top of mind for the consumer. We're more or less replaceable your reputable and strong enough to carry my boxes. I don't really care who care who shows up to carry my boxes. Yeah. And we also saw I think a large reckoning with this generation of marketplaces as well. Where a lot of the startups that were trying to become Uber for ax didn't ultimately end up lasting and surviving, standalone companies and. And we think that that's because the model got applied probably a bit too liberally to service categories that weren't as conducive to to the on demand model. So there's a lot of services out there that actually don't need to be delivered immediately that people are willing to wait for there's other service categories that are more complex where consumers actually want to know who they're interacting with at the end of the day rather than just the platform itself in that gave way to the next era of marketplace's exactly where the person actually mattered. They weren't fungible. And so what he goes call this era. Yeah. So the most recent era of marketplaces is something we call the manage marketplace era, so managed marketplace's went to step beyond all of the previous eras of service marketplaces in really.

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"jordache" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Would be right where my mouth is an my mouth would be more is on. Yeah. Okay. I'll go for that. So you're all going four for four with. You'd rather have an upside down face, plus the future when alien start, you know, because we already talked with aliens being in aliens dot invade. They'll probably be normal. Probably a million watched now watch what captain Cousteau does here to completely make this your last answer silly. But also this one here we are saying the downfall humanity. Right. You don't know how long it's gonna take doesn't mean. Everybody's gonna die whatever hell on gonna fill my pants with Gregory morning. But you know, what? As soon as I do that take the pants off, take a shower and then out the door done. I've met my quota of dumping gravy in my pants now. It's done. And now, I'm clean as a whistle. Don't see how boring I just made the game. Wow. Volatility. Mm. How many pants? You would ruin so many pan. I'd rather room pants in heaven upside down face, I agree with him. Changed her mind wasn't specified who is and who says I have to wear the same pants if I'm going to put on my gravy pants. Like, a mechanical homebuyer like a parrot Jordache every day and say, oh, I'm gonna I have.

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"jordache" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jordache" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"And most importantly, a guest, shark on this season of shark tank season ten Madison friend of mine. But most importantly, he is one of my sister's best friends. So I am very happy to have him as a guest this week. Welcome that. All right. Thank you for first of all, isn't my sister a pain in the ass. You know, she can be. She got to be, but she's still a good Ag and she keeps her rail. Matt is one of the most interesting people you'll ever meet because he is incredibly successful today, but has come from virtually nothing. So to hear his story is so inspiring. So let's start from the beginning, Matt, thank you. I mean, why do we have to stop that? Getting warmed up. So macro macro-plan, the bayside neighborhood of queens. He's one of four boys and after growing up in abject poverty and taking care of his ailing mother, he decided to drop out of high school at the age of sixteen obtained his equivalency diploma and enrolled at queens college where he took night classes and graduated with a political science degree. Tell me about your decision to drop out of school. Well, when I was a kid like any kid, we're always trying to hide your parody. I'm dating myself, but I wear, you know, Jordache jeans and guesting do anything. I could to keep my life a secret, but probably my entire solid. I don't think I ever brought a single friend over to the house because my I nose. know side of that door. My mother was struggling. We literally had nothing and she was battling a race against time post getting divorced. She went got GV and she got a college degree at, I asked her as the green urban studies. She was really doing everything she could to better herself. But at the same time, she was slowly losing a battle to her health. And as a kid, you grow up and you figure, first of all, I hate this like duck, no, no kid wants to grow up poor and under the circumstances. And I was figuring out how to get out of this as quickly as possible. And watching my mother, I had an idea which is she went and got her TV as an adult as a result of her circumstances. What if I did it on purpose? But if I dropped out of high school when I was sixteen and did well enough, so I could start college, but I was Steen and get a job. And so when I was probably an eighth grade, I made the decision I'm gonna deliberately get left, sit around here for a couple of. Years. And when the time comes, I've gotta drop out. It's easier said than done than with the coma came. It was hard to execute, but but I did around time I was sixteen, I went end cagey my thanks to twenty five..

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