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At 75, India’s democracy is under pressure like never before

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 6 d ago

At 75, India’s democracy is under pressure like never before

"Following recent India demonstrations and detentions of opposition figures that are growing sentiment that India's democracy is in retreat and its democratic foundations are floundering At 75 years old induced democracy is under pressure like never before experts and critics say trust in the judiciary as a check on executive power is eroding and religious minorities are facing increasing attacks by Hindu nationalists journalists and author kumi Kapoor says assaults on the press and free speech have grown more brazen in recent years There's no question I mean one has only to look around to see that the media has certainly shriveled up during mister Modi's regime Kapoor however says Indian people's restless and Independent Spirit will not be broken You can clamp down on the media but you can't really clamp down on freedom of thought and expression in a country like India Observers say democratic backsliding has accelerated since prime minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014 I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"kapoor" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"You with shame on you knew the new shampoo way. Hang on hang on. That was the call coming in from the shame based From the people suing me about the name. Okay now we always welcome our listeners to the show no matter what emotional state you're in here are emotional shoutouts if you drop your kids off at school while singing if you're unhappy and you know it clap your hands. If your therapist is so bored they pull out a home ice cream maker during your session. Welcome if you're still coming down off the high of young kapoor welcome. You thought the neither living dead was documentary. Welcome if you have a true crime spotify playlist welcome if you're playing a game called haydn wheat. Welcome and if you beating yourself up even now there's always a place for you right here on the mental health comedy podcast..

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"kapoor" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

American Greed Podcast

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"kapoor" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

"To a body. The american dream or he was a guy who was looking to build things and was willing to push very hard to do it an immigrant from india. Who'd come to united states. Almost nothing kapoor's built a fortune over decades in the drug business. I mean he succeeded an industry that it's that has seen more than its fair share failures and with the help of photo ops like this. He's also built a reputation as a philanthropist. After donating more than ten million dollars to the university of buffalo his alma mater ca poor. Get his name on a building in return coveted symbol of success. It's really good to be back here today to participate in but i consider a milestone day in the history of school pharmacy but in truth john kapoor's long career has been shattered by controversy. In nineteen ninety seven kapoor's running an illinois based company called life amendment that market its products as the best one is an infection fighting and called pentameter at the time. The epidemic is ravaging communities across the country. It's a deadly disease which has been spreading unchecked. Tens of thousands of infected americans are dying. Many are suffering from a type of pneumonia known as pcp in the eighty s. Seventy five percent of people who are diagnosed with hiv aids have pcp and it was one way that people with a guy. There is a desperate need for treatment and the most effective drug available. Is john kapoor's pentameter and so in the crisis of the dimic kapoor sees dollar signs. Claiming unforeseen expenses he jacked up the price of the drug by three hundred percent. We saw that as price-gouging which i can't imagine any other term to use for it and we were outraged. Chicago's aid activists are primed for protest. And they take to the highway straight out to life. Image headquarters we. Hey data. Awed by bonehead data mad. We set up a a graveyard. The law of lifetime. Add lay down and did a the controversy put kapoor's name into national news stories but he is largely untouched by the crisis later he says let him ed and reportedly clears one hundred million dollars and then do and jean crocker kapoor's price hike of pentameter. Dean will always be infuriating. Many many people died. Make people struggle to get those medications. It's not great if that is not an immoral act. I don't know it is over the next two decades. John kapoor invested in multiple drug companies and the millions. Add up at age. Sixty eight years a wealthy man and living in arizona but he is not here to retire on the contrary he has found it accompanying insys therapeutics and in two thousand twelve is about to launch a new product just in time for the new epidemic. The opioid epidemic again. Thousands of people are sick and dying but this time the cause is not a virus but the latest front in the war on drugs turns out. It's your medicine cabinet without a doubt. The start of the epidemic rests with prescription drugs. It was the really appalling sales tactics that pharmaceutical companies use to widely promote their products. And that really led to the massive overuse of obedience the population and into this episode of addiction caused by prescription drugs kapoor and produces his own highly addictive prescription drug made from sentinel a drug fifty to one hundred times. More powerful than morphine. It called subsidies kapoor's company promotes drug and videos like this as an under the tongue spray approved by the fda for cancer patients net. Yeager is an assistant. Us attorney in boston. It's a rapid onset opioid designed to treat cancer patients who are arianna round. The clock opioid. It's not rocket science. It's dangerous truck. Kapoor has paid for the development of substance himself. Close to sixty million dollars of his own. Money is on the line. The drug hits the market in march two thousand twelve but the sales are not good enough for kapoor. Kapoor is really unhappy calls. At the worst effing pharmaceutical launch the history of functions eager to make his drug quickly profitable kapoor looks for vp of sales hungry for success and finds him in an experienced drug salesman. Alec burlakov berdnikov is laser focused on making money and lots of it motivated. He says by traumatic childhood experience when we grew up in long island new york and my dad came to us and said we're out of money we gotta go. We gotta move the floor. I gotta start all over again. That's what i'm afraid of. And i promised myself i would never allow that that. And so he. Signs on with the billionaire entrepreneur john kapoor. I thought this was the opportunity of a lifetime that anyone would wanna be in my shoes and be able to take orders from a man who made money controversy in south lake tonight after teams posted a racist video. It was a wealthy idyllic. Town forced to confront racism. Children were told rosa parks. You for when the school board presented. Its plan. This small town fight ignited a national firestorm critical race theory. Mary rapid regime. This is south. Lake and nbc news. Podcast listen now. Wherever you get your podcasts. Spend more than ten years into america's opioid epidemic.

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"kapoor" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

American Greed Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"kapoor" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

"Controversy in south lake tonight after teens posted a racist video. It was a wealthy idyllic. Town forced to confront racism. What shows are we're told. Rosa parks is dead when the school board presented. Its plan. this small town fight ignited a national firestorm. Critical race theory reprisal. Very rapid. This is south lake and nbc news. Podcast listen now wherever you get your podcasts. This is the american league podcast by cnbc. Stacey queued in this episode of american greed a billionaire. Ceo who preys on patients in pain drawn pushers suits. That's basically what they are. Go inside the criminals scheme of john kapoor who's drug company cashes in big time on the opioid crisis. People don't matter laws don't matter morality doesn't matter he cared about money. Bribing doctors to prescribe high doses of addictive product. Kapoor's team adds fuel to the deadly epidemic to really throw that to the wind and to say that prophets matter more is what we have here and trusting victims. Pay a horrible price. Now one day goes by that. There isn't some time during the day that you reminded she's gone. Kapoor becomes the big pharma. Chairman of the board to go to jail and his top salesman sits down with american greed to share his secrets. I'm.

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"kapoor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"7 19 Garrett Lewis with you. It is your morning ritual. Thank you for making it that way. Reminder again. No Beer club this Thursday. It'll be a rare four Thursday because this Thursday starting Wednesday night into Thursday night, Um Kapoor where since I am so perfect, I will atone for seven minutes. That just added to it. So next Thursday, the 23rd will be the beer club at fire truck brewing Company beer clip for men where women are invited. As long as they don't nag us. There will be a lot of people there. I'm sure they'll be the new guy running for state Senate. Against the right there. Just just just the useless Vince leeches. What? He's useless Corey McGarr. I'm sure I'll be there. I don't guarantees. Kari Lake is going to be there. She's the front runner for governor. You have questions. You want to ask her? This is the time to do it. Next Thursday. I will see you there. So by the way, this is not the first time that there has been looking into the numbers of of hospital admissions for Covid. And they realize, man, this just isn't adding up. Not adding it up at all. I don't know. If you remember that we get so much information. It's hard to process it all. And remember it all and we get kind of overloaded, you know, overloaded. Um, there was remember when they pediatric numbers. There were two studies published and made doctors in California read through several 100 charts of pediatric patients, one by one. They wanted to figure out why exactly each covid positive child was admitted to the hospital. Did they actually need treatment for Covid? Was there some other reason they were admitted cancer psychiatric episode things like that. And was the covid diagnosis just incidental. The researchers there found 40 to 45% of the hospitalizations for kids that they examined. Were incidental. Again. It's almost half For the kids. So I mean this this By the way, shocking when you when you throw 13 grand, a pop 13 grand per patient. To the hospitals right to the hospitals. Shockingly, they're going to get more people for Covid. Right? Can't trust him. Can't trust him. So this is a big deal. This study that's out there now. There was a story I saw PJ media and they got it from side. Tech daily dot com. Probenecid if I'm pronouncing that correctly. It's an FDA approved gout treatment. So it's already there. It's already FDA approved. Another drug FDA approved like I ever met in like Hydroxychloroquine. They've been around a long time. Probenecid, An FDA approved treatment with powerful antiviral properties and minimal side effects is a prime candidate for treating Covid 19, according to a new study. Research from the University of Georgia. Where they found probenecid works as a prophylactic prior to virus exposure and as a post exposure treatment in animal models against the China virus and the flu, by the way. Ralph Tripp was the lead author of the study. He concluded this antiviral probenecid works for all our and a respiratory viruses we tested, including Sars-cov-2. R S V. That's a big one. Also, by the way, RSV coronavirus flew all circulating the same season Bottom line. He wrote. You bottom line is you can potentially reduce infection and disease using this one oral drug. Take the pill. Feel better. Now again. This is a lead author of this study. It's They're just coming out. Why not use it right? This just in white houses Banning probe in essence America because it says, uh, it could be dangerous to.

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A Tale of Two Artists

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

A Tale of Two Artists

"I'm gonna talk about two artists. And i talk about a little bit of a controversy and a little bit of pettiness at a little bit of back and forth. And it's it's terrific. I love this whole story excited. I step i'm gonna tell you all about initial kapoor. No yeah. I knew you if you're not if you're not familiar with his name. He's a leading contemporary british indian artist. Who works in large scale. Abstract public sculpture so an issue kapoor was born in nineteen fifty four in mumbai india to an iraqi jewish mother and an indian punjabi his father. He spent his childhood and teen years in india but in nineteen seventy-one moved to israel. And that's where he decided to become an artist in nineteen seventy-three he left for britain to attend the hornsey college of art and the chelsea school of design kapoor earned money by working for an interior designer and then he went on to teach at wolverhampton polytechnic in nineteen seventy nine and he has been london-based ever since so kapoor became known in the nineteen eighties for his geometric or by amorphous sculptures using simple materials like granite limestone marble plaster and also pigment so these early sculptures are frequently simple curved forms. They're usually monochromatic. Maybe their brightly colored and he uses powder pigment to define and permeate the form so Sculpture wise a lot of sculptures seems to recede into the distance disappear into the ground or distort the space around them and since nineteen ninety-five he's worked with Basically polish stainless steel has been one of his great medium since nineteen ninety. Five and these works are mirror reflecting or distorting. The viewer in their surroundings kapoor has had a lot of accolades. He received the nineteen ninety one. Turner prize twenty eleven praemium imperiale in japan and in two thirteen he received a knighthood from queen. Elizabeth the

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"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

Cor's Notes

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

"You cannot have a tractor you can have a how you get gene. You're gonna have a visa farmer you can have a visa with. Someone brought up There and you cannot be real farmer so did start discounting them by by calling the name your pakistan sunday by chinese people you'll funded by american people. You'll find you by canadian people you'll farming mentality. him up into separate groups within the protests to deterrent described. They disperse so. They countered that in social media. They opened the twitter accounts. They opened that he should newspaper They kept blink one after the other county in to the government was doing the media media controlled by them. There's no free plasterer press. Like we haven't yet encountered. Us the so called. Free press is just a former facebook or twitter. you'll see his pretty practices. All the media's is by a by government agencies there so so what happened. Was dan slowly by slowly that our allies that we are going to the negotiated. They made it. Eleven meetings happen to show their dog the farmers but did nothing moved then. You don't have to move to a huge mistake. As beavis promises were broken so many times for laos too many decades so there are saying we're going to leave until you repeal the law so then twenty six hundred public health india so they didn't evidence there veer police. They told them to give the out to go at a parade in a big period. How long is a national holiday. So give them the power to the eggert upon then deport obstruction on the partly. And then tacitly gear. Give them the another part which took them to the highly secure zone out at least our down to close to notify parliament of canada. But maybe a that is a a castle or something which is a very careful carrot. Pleased there so pat leaves. The people are angry. People prostrated the flag. Which you've seen a sick apples in canada. Every their whole it is. It's not legal flags news knocking and there's a museum hosted but the propaganda started their own. These be brushed sapper days. I want to separate the india. The media was ready And there were there. People who hoisting it The ruling party people doing that but now they are tarnished images of the farmer which allowed them to smell. Oppressed these These farmers and you attack them. You can surprise. Bring him in it you attack them and limited. I cut off their access to water or food supply. They might be getting the protest sites. Got up there and talk to the doctors or providing healthcare on the ice and medications Truckload of medications from jonty. My brother is there at all him of its amber and please send those struggler medication to them and bandages go. There were injured in Dedicated the broke. Henry's deli does the only thing i can do And the so doctors go talk to. Doctors were a lot of them. and The humidity and people are going to help farmers The charitable organization trying to help provide food or water or leaving things that people the hundred thousand people. They're not like fifty thousand people huddled thousand people around new delhi and So then the whole the next stage game in a van decorated this whole significant strong..

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"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

Cor's Notes

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

"Not even bringing the market is a fibers farmers which are at on new delhi area who can grow food for so they can make some living off it and sell it with a part of radio. So that's story There so it would have been easier. Had a union story on hundreds of thousands of acres as easy. You it makes sense. You wanna have Yes supply get but in this context becomes a bad deed for kick it. So it's a very and that's part of why i wanna talk to. It is found an trying to wrap my head around what's happening so with the history and we can see where where the unrest in tension and the fear and the problems are and now it seems. In the last few months it's really exploded into the farmers protests in pushing back. and now there's been unfortunately. I mean there's been deaths there's been violence Received government oppressive repressed. They're trying to hide the coverage of this We're we're seeing some terrible actions going on the this is what at least is making the western world Attention once things get bad enough. I guess we know they must be pretty bad that we're starting to see it here. Yes let's just hoping to you know. Get right my mind right as you said. It's a very complicated issue. We are concerned so now tell you what's happening. There now is so. Let's a former has been these laws festival the laws yes you can sit democrats you can bring a law going ring law. How the laws of broughton salah's abroad as ordinances. So they were never events through proper reading and biggest gradients as people. How yes you are. Democrats you help you. Own the majority member polymers. You may have the right of the law but have agreed to at least give it a chance to opposition member parliaments to at least go to the law read it or acid wash. It is so what happened. Wasn't if this law bitten. Few hours allows abroad into parliament's upper house lower house and basically there was no opposition member events and there was no boarding happen. Everyone speaker of the house said anyone. Objection anyone basketball spas in the laws bathroom into the president..

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"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

Cor's Notes

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

"Denno able to find people ran away and it came to canada refuge in canada. I at that time. You gigi refuge to refuse to people doing unrest. So you've actually in the late. Nineties settled down a bid. In two thousand we ended this time is able to produce lots of electricity a loss of Access to These do well. Dad can suck up water so the water divide from the river didn't became as much issue because now everyone can do love big by Into indoor thrown land and suck out water as my. They can eventually now as we have seen. United nation has both already indicated that john john and neighboring racing the climate change the water level has dropped significantly and that and now As pharma sports to be diversifying produce and moving to the other side to help in vitamin out. Desiccated do it. Because there's no minimum price guarantee with the government. Introduces graham thirty forty years ago. So don't wanna move to to the platform The people do are you open. Market may be better but is more for market If the and the government suggesting them to less bring open player open bigger market. That can come in that or buy your produce at market value and the farmer saying we are already under debt and it goes overtime. Minimum price minimum support price did not increase as bring flation but the price for the diesel price electricity. The forty lasers the prosecution everything has gone up exponentially over the last twenty years worldwide. We have seen that happening. But the minimum spoilsport price. Never been up as much Even though they had a lot of or as lot of demands lot of commissions wedding mandate There was one commission called. Knapp commission asked w. e. m. i. Now any edgy and not in commission after bunch of struggled spears have agreed to a certain formula that we are going to provide a minimum price guarantee based on the farm but subsequent government failed to follow to e- after year after.

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"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

Cor's Notes

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

"Price guarantee however from a government agencies who procuring those produce and they will not pick it up and then by beers coming play they would produce and it in the market and people will move on And the why gohmert kept buying rice veep and certain things just a minimum price guarantee because they wanted to also help their poor population goes they were. They will store in full cooperation of india. Which is the Control the agency. They would go out and buy all these and rice Dan day would be able to sell back the market and they will store. It should have found incomes back again or flirts comeback again and they would also keep the market in check the price increase because of going into then also bar hoardings and no one can hoard above certain limit accept the food corporation of india will be who controlling the price point so making sure the poor people against four and they will be able to go to subsidize food we russian russian cars they would be able to get it and the farmer that happy digging at least medium price indeed for some produce majority not ninety five but that is a five produce. Mitch job arena in upn. Some of the other farmers started do it. So eventually It has it has environmental impact in vitamin d. Impact became a job does not get that much rain versus southern india. Endo arianna doesn't get that much rain in and so much other areas so so they will start drawing water from rivers but rivers getting global warming. Ankle back happening That led to people than drinking the water. Water watersheds a bill in the land so the ruling To wells drilling a hole going deep as they could go down to find this water and to keep a giving this water who those rice and include they need to grow. Doesn't mean you're going to go into was giving 'cause if incentivize you have to buy the impressive e so naturally people are going to grow the same product and desolate have been trained in educated and being advised by goma. Dnc's for thirty years and years of indiscriminate Start it so it happened. It calls the economic environmental impact Data were evidence solving keys Heavy metals job in harare in so many other places in it for market Heavy metals coming passes workers. Green religion was only possible with the highly highly use of s decides and it was the international companies who are selling those s decides to them so eventually that got back to causing cancer and lot of economic and social impact. It happen but people kept doing it at least there another jobs. There's no big industrial sector because indian government jewels nor to bring any other industries in. Do water states. That kept him via from podcast on bordeaux-st soviet trump and job on innuendo states. And over your phone. That should a war happens. They're able to continue A some kind of job creation happening in those states and let job in other neighboring states. That are new delhi. Doing send device is certain types of farming So decorating jobs in a farming industry there and a.

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"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

Cor's Notes

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Cor's Notes

"Macoris notes sums of people might have seen glimmers of it is kind of hiding in the background of international news. It's just been such a crazy time between the american election. And some of the insanity there of course the covid nineteen pandemic which is just dominating everything issues with china. Surprisingly india as a nation as big as it is as influential as it is as much as they've been growing and integrating with the world and world markets and populations They've had a farm protest earners protests going on for months and months now and it's really coming to a head. I mean this is something now. These protests have led to dozens and dozens of deaths that teargassing. And and now we've got Government picking people up in and arresting them torturing them we've get the media being suppressed. We got a large number of the these fire. Protesters outside of new delhi right now and for most of us in the western world. We don't even know what they're protesting. What the issue is But we've got a situation that breaking down into what could lead to thousands of deaths. I mean many members of the union community are getting really concerned here yet again. Those are the western getting concerned as well. We don't even really know what happened. So i reached out because if somebody's been outspoken. As dr kapoor he. He's been in outspoken. Political issues in these numbered up alpert and cardiologist Very well educated and up to date on the issues over there. He's been trying to speak out on twitter. Let people know only. Just what's going on over there. This disaster that's pending the going on. So i with him for quite a while to get the background and what led.

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11 Trivia Questions on Chicago

Trivia With Budds

05:22 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Chicago

"All right. Everybody here we go with some chicago trivia. Question number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one question number two. The name chicago is loosely derived from native american word meaning wild. What number to the name chicago is loosely derived from a native american word meaning wild. What number three. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank. Fill in the blank. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank and question number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color question number five. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park number. Five g. buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine what chicago-based improv. Comedy company was a starting point four famous comedians. Such steve carell and tina fey. Where was that number six number seven. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water and is home to around thirty two thousand animals. What is the name of that aquarium. And your next question. Which of these private colleges is not based in. Chicago is at saint paul college kendall college depaul university or north park university which one of those is not based in chicago and number shock style. Hot dog does not include which famous topping number nine chicago style. Hot dog does not include. What famous topping number ten the chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the nineties. Chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the ninety s. And the bonus for two points also known as the the famous chicago. Landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what that would be your two point bonus question tough on at the end also known as the being the famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what those are all your questions on sweet home chicago. Go watch the blues brothers and come back and check your answers in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to chicago trivia. Thanks for sticking around and playing on today's show. If you like it make sure you hit subscribe so you never miss new episodes as they pop up on the feed. Here's what movie would you find. Abe fromm in the sausage king of chicago that is fairest. Buehler's day off one of my favorite eighties comedies. And they go in the sears. Tower now willis tower in this movie and they put their foreheads against glass and look down and you can go to the very spot where they film that and do it yourself and i imagine maybe get a little rash from your forehead right. Everyone sticking their forehead in the same spot. It's pretty gross. I've done number to the name. Chicago is loosely derived from a native american word. Meaning wild what onion wild onion which is a great flavor of bubba burger. If you like bubba burgers wild onion number. Three chicago's largest shopping district is known as the magnificent mile magnificent mile number four. Each year the chicago river is seemingly died. What color that is green for saint patrick's day green for saint patrick's day. That is the same river that the matthews band tour bus emptied their waste into. If you remember that headline they got sued or find or something. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which park grant park. Grant park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine. What chicago-based improv comedy. Company was the starting point for famous comedians. Such as steve. Carell and tina fey. That would be the second city second city. Then we had. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water. That's the shedd aquarium. The shed and which these private colleges is not based in chicago. The one was saint. Paul college that was not in chicago. Saint paul college chicago style. Hot dog does not include ketchup. No catch up on a chicago style. Hot dog said that in the show's intro. And you probably know that one right and number ten kabul's one how many championships in the nineties. That was six to three peat when they won the first three and then they had the three peat repeat oded that sell some shirts six championships with the bulls in the ninety s and number eleven also known as the bean. The famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist Kapoor is actually titled cloud gate cloud gate three heaven

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The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

Dressed: The History of Fashion

04:28 min | 1 year ago

The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

"You are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion. And so i sent her a direct message and i said hey. Tell me more what is going on. What are you doing when he planning And she told me about the show. And i said oh. That's really interesting and said you'll have you ever worked with the us institution before she said. No we haven't What would you be interested. And she said yes so. I went and saw the expedition. And i came back and i spoke with our colleagues here in just so happened that we had a are scheduled for twenty twenty and We really been thinking at that point about doing anything dedicated to him in and so it all fell into place We were slated to open in may but of course because of covid that did not happen. but again because we have great partners they were very flexible. And now we're opening number twenty first.

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The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:30 min | 1 year ago

The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.

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"kapoor" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"The Bollywood again divide it normally. The debates related to Indian film industry are restricted to Gossips, or even some political statements, however this time the industry is divided on a more serious issue. It originated after actors shunting Rajput, unfortunately committed suicide, the of people questioning the big names off Bollywood and hinting at nepotism have ballooned from few hundred to few thousands in a matter of one day statements leg Bollywood is full of bullies, and they cannot accept an outside the they cannot lend hand to someone. Fighting for survival are that those actors who come from known families are shedding fifty years. And never accepted actress Oh Sean. Since he came from humble family and was outside, fraternity are flowing in on social media. Questions are being raised on actors like Arjun Kapoor who shared the screen shot of an eighteen month old chat with chancing that shows clearly that he was going to mental stress now. Why did John Denarlie so sean? Despite claiming he bumped into him several times, he question media should ask. If, you are wondering, why are we discussing this topic on our real conversations podcast? Then let me clarify that are neither talking about filming lusty debate there in my aim, today is to drop a little with it to our own lives, and export hopes mystic life can be converted to an optimistic one. What I'm going to talk about is slightly complicated. Hence I would like to draw your attention to few examples that we see or hear on versus.

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Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood Leading Man From a Film Dynasty, Dies at 67

Radio From Hell

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood Leading Man From a Film Dynasty, Dies at 67

"Rishi Kapoor Bollywood leading man from a film dynasty a wildly popular actor in one of Bollywood and that's the Indian film industry Bollywood's most celebrated families died on Thursday in Mumbai he was sixty seven the family confirmed his death in a statement Mr Kapoor had been diagnosed with leukemia in twenty eighteen was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday about the statement did not list cause of death the news rocked India just a day after another Bollywood hero the veteran actor your fun Colin died Mr Kapoor was best known as a romantic hero with the charm and charisma the quickly made him one of Bollywood's leading man of the seventies and eighties later he began taking on more supporting roles in notable character parts as

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Rishi Kapoor, Indian Film Legend, Dies at 67

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Rishi Kapoor, Indian Film Legend, Dies at 67

"The veteran Bollywood actor rishi Kapoor has died in Mumbai he was sixty seven and have been suffering from cancer rishi Kapoor debuted as a child in a film directed by his father Raj Kapoor going on to star as the romantic lead in dozens of

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"kapoor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Economic prospects were discussed that with LRE capital economist Kareena Kapoor but up next a look at the impact of the crown of ours on corporate earnings and what a year is looking bleak for business this is Bloomberg you're sleeping on memory phone right well sure what's wrong with that idea okay it's all about to hire to law and I'm gonna show you where your comfort level would be you know that feels better right but I'm not gonna sit hold the phone the morning you're getting up like you know it's not just like all of you out there I had problems sleeping that's why I invented my pillow hockey league commissioner Gary Bettman business of sport listen today on Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business Abhorsen scribe on apple podcasts you can carry information about the business world in your head before you can post to the Kerry Danforth the question is how long can it last leaving you free to think about other things what to do with all that information what type of time frame will it take for you to change your outlook one of the inflation eased as most get forms you're working on a lot of things that we have to be worried about radio the Bloomberg business happen Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening revisions return policies there are so many ways to redo a decision what are the ramifications if she crumbles or doesn't crumble do they have any other than the courts except here we have to get it right the first time we always talk about the losers in a trade war other winners to it you.

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Vinturas  finished vehicle supply chain on the blockchain

Insureblocks

08:56 min | 2 years ago

Vinturas finished vehicle supply chain on the blockchain

"We will be discussing into us. Finished vehicle supply chain on the blockchain. And I'm very pleased to have John Cooper. Ceo US. John. Thank you for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners cooking deduction on yourself? Yes thank you very much. My name is Sean Kapoor. And since one year she of Fin Tunas Beck around in Finnish vehicle just as a CEO of one of the leading logistics service providers in this industry before this worked for many years in corporate jobs in mostly operations and supply chain great great. Thank you very much for that. So could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain? And how does it work? Yeah I'm sure many of your listeners have read and heard about blockchain and basically I can tell you what blockchain means means for us in our in our business segment of supply chain for finished vehicle. Logistics important for us is the book chain of course distributed. Let let your infrastructure but it allows us to create an infrastructure where we can truly collaborate with each other as logistics providers basically as all stakeholders in the ecosystem and through an in-depth collaboration define a single through some older transactional processes that are happening in the Finnish. Vehicle supply chain. I'll probably get your community from you to explain later. What exactly that means. But this is what blockchain technology means for us in a Finnish vehicles by chain drake. Thank you very much for that. So I read a study by the global market insights that value the automotive logistics markets size at over one hundred fifteen billion dollars in two thousand eighteen and it is estimated to grow to one hundred seventy billion dollars by two thousand twenty five. Could you tell us a little bit about the finished? Vehicles supply chain industry and some of the challenges it faces from a high level perspective. Lease happily do basically if you look to this very important industry segment. Of course you see the changes in your motive in the Swedish everybody sees the move to mobility services to move to electric etc and becomes more more about loving the brands than loving the product in in terms of mobility. Move to mobility services. And what you see that changing segment is a few key issues. Few key themes one. If the one is to structure lack of real time supply chain visibility can a dinner at least in Europe. Tell you exactly where that you've ordered from the factory on its way to the leader. You're the challenges. Of course. It's normal pressure on reducing the cost infrastructure for oems and combined the significant amount of inefficiency that we have because of scattered supply chain lots of paperwork etc and thirdly to challenge we have in Europe is the fact that he remarketing industry company selling cars. Let's say lease companies or rental companies selling cars after the initial us into Europe. This is really become a European market Europe market as a structural lack of collaboration transport capacity and end to end visibility for this specific industry segment. Great great let's. Let's take each of these three points one by one and so the first one by the structural lack of real time supply chain visibility. Now I understand that when new vehicle is generally distributed by three to four logistics providers also known. Lsp's before he had arrived at its final destination that most of these processes are executed via paper based ones. Could he tell us a little bit more about it? And what are the outcomes issues of that? Yeah indeed in the process from factory to dealer. There are multiple handover points between different logistics services provided to you think about officials to transport vehicles from for example a UK manufacturing site to European continent onto a terminal onto a trick of yet another service provider. Multiple handover points that are managed historically because Infortunately this industry suffers from a lot of legacy systems in suppliers but also in so for months standardized data exchange and also suffers from the fact that all these handover processes are done by paper. The result of that is that. Oem's don't have real end to end real time visibility auto supply chain and result that is also that dealer when he's ordered from the factory often knows when it is manufactured that not when will actually arrive for the customer and as a consequence of that data. Kennel plan to the last mile processes like adding towbar ordering formats. Most important more important telling the customer wind equal arrived can use it when he goes on holiday so this is pretty crazy because in a sense you know most customers are are used to an Amazon shopping experience. Where you can trace you know. Virtually by our where your product is is not a big issue with regards to logistical problem. And how the GUZM receptionist of it you can almost. It's unacceptable that in this industry. This service does not exist yet. Where Technology of course enables this And it's not. It's not rocket science to implementers a structure like this industry. So we thought this is to start off interest and we'll talk about later we need. We need to move the needle here. We need to do with. Technology enables and to provide to our customers exactly and now. I also understand that. Oem's original equipment. I factors along with fleet owners have tried for decades and to improve their cost base by tendering for activities in a logistical process. Why has why has that been a success? Yeah you're right. And certainly when when like everybody we are looking for breakthrough cost reductions further tendering and tendering basically asking every company who can drive as at the lowest cost from eight to be just not really create value in industry. And of course if you tender you do not optimize your networks. You do not take out wasting the process you just pushing on the same bits. And all the time they'll the margins are so low that it cannot investing in technology solutions. You never got the breakthrough solutions that you're looking for And and the third challenge the explained is the one around the European remarketing industry. Now what do you mean by that Remarks basically of course since Internet's is available for everybody in everywhere in the market for selling used vehicles? Let's say he actually vehicles for years old. This market has become truly European. It means you can sell a folks wagon Polo in Poland at a better price. Then you can in Spain so this leads to a lot of transport requirements and a lot of cross-border traffic and especially in this traffic a lot of issues with fraud on used vehicles. Most of his notice seems mild Florida's most. Most people are familiar wits. If you buy a used car you also need to be careful. That the Marlins is okay but also a lot of issues and throw it in cross-border traffic as importer import taxes. Importation you had high fell U S. It's so generally speaking throat delivers a lot of value for people want to act fraudulently. Now when when we're talking about remarking are we talking like you know Consumer to consumer where I can sell a car my car just someone arlen or someone in France or are we talking. More like bb name where its fleet? Managers selling their cars to two other companies. It's basically a B. Two B. companies selling their used vehicles to other companies other other parts of European countries of Europe and basically all these companies after objective to act interior to have just could business but many of many things many processors that are running are invisible in other words. If I sell to somebody in another country you accept my offer for car I sell. I can get my money. I cannot see the fraud that is behind his like for example the mileage for fraud so many B. to B. Companies in Europe. In general terms are looking for really solutions eliminate fraud in these processes.

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11 Trivia Questions from 'The Office'

Trivia With Budds

05:28 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions from 'The Office'

"Time for some office quotes. I am going to give you the quote and you tell me who said it. You're GonNa have some fun if you like that. Show here. We go all right here. We go guys. This is question number. One for office quotes. I'll read you the quote and you have to tell me who said it. I will give you the hint that none of the names from the show are used more than once. You're not gonNA hear a bunch. Did you. Different quotes from Dwight. May here one quote from Dwight or none at all. But I do that. Maybe maybe not. Here's question number one. Sometimes I'll start a sentence and I don't even know what's going. I just hope I find it along the way question number one. WHO said that on the office? Sometimes I'll start a sentence and don't even know where it's going. I just hope I find it along the way number one question number two. If I don't have some cake soon I might die if I don't have some cake soon. I might die number two number three for my new year's resolution. I gave up drinking during the week week number three for my new year's resolution I gave up drinking during the week. I gave up drinking for my new year's resolution but it's February so here the Margarita. Not a huge fan of margaritas myself. But that's what they had here at Grandma's number four get a friend loser. That's the whole quote a friend loser. number four. Get a friend loser. WHO said that on the office number four number five? What is so stupid about wanting to name a baby asher? What is so stupid about wanting to name a baby usher number five question number six? There's a lot of beauty in ordinary things. Isn't that kind of the point. There's a poignant quote from the office number six. There's a lot of beauty beauty in ordinary things. Isn't that kind of the point number seven. This is a documentary. I thought we were like Specimens Simmons and a Human Zoo. This is a documentary. I thought we were like specimens in a human zoo. WHO said that on the office number seven questionable? I haven't proposed to anyone in years number eight. I haven't proposed that anyone in years question number nine Michael is leaving and apparently they already hired a new manager. And we're meeting today. It's a lot to process paperwork. Wise wise who said that number nine. It's a lot to process paperwork. Wise number ten. Holly is ruining joining. Michael's life he thinks she's so special and she so not. Her personality is like three number ten. WHO said that Holly's ruining Michael's life? He thinks she's so uh-huh special and she's so not. Her personality is like a three and number eleven for two points. How many pranks the gym pull on Dwight in the whole series? Now this is one you just have to kind of guesstimate. I had the person who guessed the closest without going over. Got Two points in my life five trivia nights but just take an educated guess for two point how many pranks do you think Jim pulled on Dwight in the entire series I did get the number from office wicky. Ah Fan page. That counted up every prank. So I think it's pretty accurate. Those are all your questions for office quotes. We'll be right back in just a second with eleven answers we're back with the answers to office quote Trivia. Let's see if you've got these right. Who said what on the office number one? Sometimes I'll start a sentence and I don't even know where it's going. I just hope I I find it along the way I almost couldn't finish that sentence. It was Michael Michael Scott Right off the bat number one Michael Number two of I don't have some cake soon. I might die. I was Stanley Stanley. Love Cake and Pretzel Day number. Three four my new year's resolution I gave up drinking during the week. That was meredith. Of course meredith. Who was just stan dancing with the stars? Not that long ago number four get a friend. Loser was Dwight. Dwight says. Get a friend loser. I just got the Dwight. CPR dummy mask or he cuts off off the face and wears it like silence of the lambs. They made a Fungal Papa that can only get an Fye at store at the mall and I pre-ordered one and I picked it up like a month and a half late but I did get it earlier earlier today and I'll post it over on the discord APP chat. If you want to see what it looks like go try and find it number five. What is so stupid? About wanting to become a baby usher that is Kelly. Kapoor wants to name her baby with I think Ryan she wants to name their baby. Usher number six. There's a lot of beauty ordinary things. Isn't that kind of the point. I think that's the last quote of the entire our series from Pam and zoom in the picture of the office building that she painted on the outside number seven. This is the this is a documentary. I thought we were like specimens in Human Zoo. That's Kevin Kevin from the office number eight. I haven't proposed anyone in years. Andy Bernard who proposes to a bunch of people on the show. Andy number nine. Michael School is leaving an apparently. We've got a lot to process paperwork. Wise that was Oscar Oscar always looking at the paperwork number tallies ruining Michael's life. He thinks she so special. And she's not her personalities like a three. That's Aaron on the office at the Front Desk. Aaron and number eleven for two points how many pranks to Jim Dwight in the entire series according into the Wikki a page for office it is one hundred fourteen pranks hopefully you were close to nailing that number. That's what she said

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"kapoor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on AP News

"The case against 76 year old John Kapoor is considered the first to hold an opioid maker criminally liable for the nation's addiction epidemic could pour and others that insist therapeutics were accused of paying millions in bribes to doctors even a lap dance in one case to get them to write more prescriptions for the company's Sentinel spray notice subsets prosecutors say that around the company without a moral compass but co poor testified during the trial he created the drug for his wife who was suffering with pain from breast cancer insists has reached a $225000000 settlement with the government and the company has filed for bankruptcy protection I'm Jackie Quinn

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Ex-pharmaceutical exec gets 5 1/2 years for pushing opioid

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-pharmaceutical exec gets 5 1/2 years for pushing opioid

"The case against seventy six year old John Kapoor is considered the first to hold an opioid maker criminally liable for the nation's addiction epidemic could pour and others that insist therapeutics were accused of paying millions in bribes to doctors even a lap dance in one case to get them to write more prescriptions for the company's Sentinel spray notice subsets prosecutors say that around the company without a moral compass but co poor testified during the trial he created the drug for his wife who was suffering with pain from breast cancer insists has reached a two hundred twenty five million dollar settlement with the government and the company has filed for bankruptcy protection I'm Jackie Quinn

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Insys founder Kapoor sentenced to 66 months in prison for opioid scheme

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Insys founder Kapoor sentenced to 66 months in prison for opioid scheme

"Another high ranking drug company C. E. O. is sentenced in Boston federal court in a nation wide conspiracy to bribe doctors vice president of sales Alex Berlin cough with incest gets twenty six months behind bars for his role in pushing Dr prescribe professional spray helping to fuel the opioid epidemic the founder of the company is also being sentenced and ABC's Erica Turkey has more junk a poor was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy and prosecutors want the insist therapeutics founder sentenced to fifteen years in prison the defense said he deserves no more than a year and a day and has been miscast as the leader of the conspiracy prosecutors said could pour was the fulcrum of a scheme meant to boost sales of an oral fentanyl spray that they said contributed to the nation's opioid epidemic the case against the poor and other instance executives was the first they tried to hold an opioid maker criminally

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"kapoor" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

16:18 min | 2 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"Analogy I let the. Hey guys were to be taking a short break but don't go anywhere will be right back. Welcome back to thrive bytes. Let's get back to the interview. Yeah I love it I will I WANNA speak more. I WanNa talk more about community and You know you are currently you know a corner of you know crossing Abeer which I'm very happy to be part of and How did you go from designed to doing this? And what Ha what. How has it changed for you and your life so funny You know my funny because my daughter just asked me this realization question just two days ago. She said mom and she's fourteen now and so she's always thinking philosophy and you know she's just always very out there thinker and. She said mom randomly on the way to school. How to know that you wanted to be a caretaker. I said what I'm not. What do you mean? I'm not a caretaker. She's like yeah. You're a caretaker. So we'll we'll what do you mean by that like thinking? I'm not a nurse. Like what are you talking about Right she says well. You always take care of my friends. Every time they come over your always taking care of dad and his friends when they come over your always taking care of everyone at school because they used to be the parent group president and a now. You're taking care of all of your members at the gym. You know like you take care of everyone I thought. Wow I really do I guess. Wow very insightful for relate how come up with that. That's pretty okay. I'd never I never saw myself in that light before and now I'm sort of like really holding that with a lot of pride like I'm like. Yeah that's that's Kinda cool. I'm the caretaker. I love it and You know a lot of that comes because you know it's just I would say it's a natural thing for for Jamaicans to being community builders you we just. We love people. We love being social. We love bringing people together. We love networking I'm a huge networker. I love to introduce people to other people. You know whatever they might have in common. I spill it out. You know they might think it's a minute little thing but that small little minute little connection would be like woo. Yeah you're from Columbia from Columbia. Awesomeness talk this just happened in the gym gym yesterday actually And so it was just I really do love community and one thing that I noticed when I moved to Los Angeles was community is very sparse And I'm not sure if it's because it's such a big city and everything is so spread out but growing up on an island. You know everyone on the island. You may not know all their names but you know you've seen them before you may not every day but six months from now you see this person at a restaurant you go. Oh yeah that that percents familiar. I know that person I can smile and say hi and it won't be awkward because we're in the same community right. That's missing from Los Angeles and when I first started when my kids I started at this private school. That was my big draw in was that they had a community they had a community and I didn't. I never wanted to be president of the PTA. That was never come true for me and that was never the light that I saw myself in but for some reason that happened and it was because I had become such a lover of creating an even bigger community and reaching out to other schools and other parents and just really being proud of being a part of something that was bigger than my own little bubble circle of family. You know and it just. It's so important I'm still apart. My my daughter's now in eighth grade and my son has graduated. He's a he's a junior now so he graduated three years ago and still. I can still be a part of the community of his great. You know because we're still connected you know and ten years from now after my daughter graduates ten years later. I'll always be a part of the wnit community you know so when I started cross fit and it's what made me fall in love with crossfire really because I tried going to. Twenty four hour fitness and Economics. And all the gyms and literally. I would walk in check in sit on elliptical or a bike or something and ten minutes later. I'll be like I don't really feel today. I would walk out and no one would know right there. There would be accountability. There would be no. Hey you're backed up to see you know one asked if I went on vacation. No one asked how my work was going and you know. That's kind of kind of what you want. You WanNA place. After you're done with a long day of work you want a place that you go to to that you know. Someone's going to ask how your day was and really care about it. You know and you're going to be able to vent that out a little bit. You know whether being workout or just a chitter chatter for five minutes before your class starts. You Wanna be able to have that outlet and I wasn't getting that other gyms but cross fit croff bits a community seriously and it's a serious community. It's not even just the community within the gym that you go to but you know when I would travel every time I travel I'll visit across Jim Narrates me whatever and I'm a part of their community all of a sudden I walk in with over then cross before I have awesome. I buy shirts. It's like we're family. You get drawn in and brought in as if you were a member for ten years every region you go to. And that's what across fit community is and I was like boom. I'm so in. This is so me I love this and I want more of it and I want it all the time so I bought it. I love it. I was like all right. You need a partner. I'm in. Let's do it and I closed my design. And 'cause that's just so you know the interior design world is so not community. It's not at all you know you're working for a client at a time. You are there at their Beck and call. And you are focused on their lifestyle and their dreams and their desires and that you know and can it be and can be competitive as well notably. It is absolutely competitive. I mean you know you can be dropped as a designer in a heartbeat and it and it can hurt. You know. It's like because they're looking for something else you know and it's just it's very competitive especially in Los Angeles I mean everywhere the designed you know and the thing is is that I love what I love about so I I mean I started taping shows around December now It different than we'll be released but I started around May of this year and before before really understood it. It was more you know I was like Oh. This is pretty extreme and cold dish and things like that. And I've seen the occasional patient that would come in for injuries from cross but you know working having worked for the past four years as a travelling physician. You know you don't really get too much community unless you physically go. When put in the energy to develop that right and I would move every six months onto a new assignment and You know the community gift laws and so I really wanted that and.

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"kapoor" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"Episode I talk with health and wellness experts from all over the world. Such as doctors chefs Dietitians coaches in many more and I sit down with them and have casual conversations about plant. Lifestyle how to elevate our emotional resilience and what it really means the thrive and I bring all of this to you. So let's get to this week's episode. Okay guys well into another episode of Fry Bites on your host Colin Zoo and thank you for listening on today. I had a wonderful guest for you today. This is how Kapoor say. Hi Hi Thank you so much for being on the show For those of you guys who do not know who she is she is oh she has such a great colorful Unique PATH INTO WAR. She is she is currently a CO owner of Cross. It aviator and Before that she has done designed she. Has You know travel the world. She's originally from Jamaica and she has her own specific health journey. That let her kind of you know. Share but Again thank you so much for coming on so much for the invite so I love to hear about my guests and their story. I really think the story is the heart and the centerpiece of essentially who we are as human beings. No matter what kind of capacity we play So I would look for you to share with the audience you know. Tell us your story. You know you are a wife. Mother of two beautiful children you know you currently are holder of a a of Crawford. Box How did you get from point a to be because it seems like it? Didn't it didn't start like that's funny. Now it actually did not start like that. I did not. I did not if you told me even just three years ago. This is where I would be today. I would have probably laughed in your face. Yeah it's a total world wind But then reflecting on it. It's very it's very in line with really who. I've always been so it's kind of like a. It's a full circle and You know they say that you know everyone goes through a midlife crisis and they sort of lose themselves in trying to figure out who they are and then they're different person all of a sudden I find that might Maya midlife crisis has actually brought me back to who I'm supposed to be and who I was always from I was a child so it's really I find it so I can't even think of the word ironic baby at I'm in this position now when I thought that I was going in a completely different on a different journey altogether. So you know like you said before I am Jamaican. I grew up in Jamaica. Born and raised. My the majority of my family is still there. my mother is living with me here in Los Angeles now But my father everyone. Everyone is still there and I visit as often as I can and But I had the best childhood in Jamaica just absolutely the best You know my parents were middle class and yet they were still able to provide me to go to a private school. American private school in so most of my friends were The kids of ambassador is in so I was able to travel to all their their countries with them. You know so. I was offered a lot of opportunities growing up. Thanks to my parents who really didn't have very much. But they gave me everything that they that they could and You know I was constantly outdoors all the time. I was an athlete from as far back as I can remember. I started swimming when I was four years old. I was on the Jamaica. Junior swim team for many many years in traveled with the swim team to Florida for competitions every summer I was training for Wimbledon when I was sixteen. I net ball fanatic. At if you know what netball is. What is all is It's a sport that started in Australia. Actually and it's kind of like basketball Except we don't dribble with the ball so you kind of catch the ball pivot and you turn and pass it to to your teammate and go forth towards making a goal and so I was. I was sort of the goal attack. Which would have been I don't know how what position would be like in soccer or something but a goal a goal I lived there. Were making the old man. Yeah Yeah Oh you have a designated prison. Dang Megan's always to people on the team goal attacks and we were the ones that were making all the goals. Yeah gold attacked in the goal shooter. Yeah so that's that was my position and I loved it on my goodness did that. All through high school and Sort of made a reputation for our school by doing that. Because here comes this white girl you know trekking onto the onto the court and you know in Jamaica everyone predominantly Black skinned or dark brown. And here I am white because my mom is French too and they're like oh my gosh the white girls hair again shoot in how we got to protect our our game and so far so with it was quite funny and I was never liked the the main person I was always the one to say hi to everyone in here. That was that was fun. That was that was a lot of fun. Sorta turn their perception of WHO? I really was And then I also did track and field and I was scouted for Penn State University twice and But my mom of course didn't want me to go to A. US University at age sixteen. She was like I don't know what that is. Not Dot Com. You Know Penn State. I don't know what that is you know. So that could've taken my life in a completely different direction as well so You know I met is wonderful person when I was eighteen and He was new to Jamaica and he opened a restaurant and a nightclub. Very close to where I lived in the neighborhood and We met and we dated for four years and then he decided that he was going to leave a Jamaica and go back to Los Angeles and asked me to join him and so I thought well let me see what schools are there. Because I can't just pick up and go with some guy you know. My parents would never allow that so I found. Ucla extension for Interior Design Architecture and moved to Los Angeles in ninety five and Studied at Ucla was the amazing experience. And just being away from home itself wasn't amazing experience Coming from a small island but you know I traveled so much that I wasn't too afraid Like a lot of my friends were leaving leaving the island so it was a great experience and I graduated Valedictorian and went off into the big beautiful design world of hospitality design designing hotels for a Ritz Carlton and Weston and mostly all in Asia. So I did a lot of traveling with my work and You know we decided that we would be married and you know. He's of Indian descent and his His family look is amazing and We had big beautiful wedding here in Los Angeles Got Married three times. 'cause once was just not enough. Yeah a huge Jewish wedding and a huge Hindu wedding and we had the court date wedding also. And you know so. We're we're definitely hit and then had to fantastic kids. I had some difficulties through my health. I noticed that when I left Jamaica I no longer had any of my coaches so I was not physical any longer. I just sort of was like all right. I can sleep to whatever time I want. I don't have to jump into a pool. I don't have to you know. Run around the track five times. You know first thing in the morning have to do any of that stuff so I thought well who you know and fell into the world of the sad diets the American sad diets and Very quiet I didn't know the difference you know I was a student and I was a young career and I didn't. I didn't know the difference. No one ever told me you know in Jamaica. I just ate whatever The the cook had made at home and and it was always good and clean and I never had any issues with nutrition growing up so I didn't understand what utrition was I was never taught. And you know you think that you're living in America and you know the land of the free and opportunities in all of this stuff so you just go in with pure trust in your heart in your mind and you just figure that everything in America is good in Golden Right State. So yeah so. That's where I was and I figured well if McDonald's has a ninety nine cents a burger than yeah all right. I can afford that. I'll do that. Mcdonald's fries are the best fries in so okay all right. Let's do that. You know. And then in the back of your head you're like maybe this wasn't such a great idea but whatever it's it's here and it's affordable so. I'll do it and You know really I never cooked growing up so I didn't have any still don't have culinary experiences at all not the best indication at all so. I just sort of fell into this This web let's say of just bouncing from what was fast and easy and affordable and You know what my kids would never say no to and we were doing great. We were happy. You know it was fine and Yeah so that's Kinda. How my whole journey into health started? You know it's from way way back in Here we are yeah Number One. Thank you for sharing that it's it's a very Very secured routes You know and I know you're not done but I'm just saying it's it's it's on a know where the roots gained from once. You understand that then you could see how you know certain decisions in certain choices that we make our lives you know kind of you know the meaning behind the reason behind it and the motivation behind it so So when you say that you had a cook in Jamaica who is this person. Talk a second mother to me she. Yeah okay was it like a nanny or most homes from middle class up they all have what we call helpers and some are living helpers or or nannies maids And some are just daytime. So they come. They claim they do the laundry. They make your beds all that stuff and then they cook if they live with you they eat with you like our our nanny always you know she always ate with us. I always insisted she helped me with hallmark. She you know she was. She was more than just the help she was. She was for sure a second mother to me for for many many years so and she was a mean.

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Their Dark Materials

99% Invisible

09:49 min | 2 years ago

Their Dark Materials

"About a year ago. We released an episode in which I interviewed the author. Cassius unclear about her book. The secret lives of color. It was a conversation about the history and origins of different colors throughout human existence. During our talk does he and I covered everything from a type of purple. That squeezed from sees nails do a shade of green. That could literally kill you but there was one pigment in particular from that episode that one of our producers. Here's here nine hundred hasn't been able to stop thinking about because it's bonkers producer. Vivian lay. It's called Vance a black. It's a pigment that reaches the level of darkness. That's so intense. It's kind of upsetting. It's so black. It's like looking at a hole cut out of the universe. It's so black. It's like looking at portal into another dimension of nothingness. It's so black that if you stare at it long enough you'll see your own death. I keep going these metaphors or crummy but it it's it's like this philosophical abyss. Your is just fall into it. This is Adam. Rogers journalist writer wired and I write books sometimes to Rogers has written about van to block for wired because when anyone sees with not just Vivian. They think it's bonkers. It makes you rethink think. What black means fantastic is striking when you look at it even when you look at a picture of it because it looks like something colored black it looks like an absence Vanna black swallows nearly all visible light in gives back no reflection so every contour crease of whatever it's applied to disappears it has this ought affect of making something look two dimensional while at the same time as if you could fall right through it? It has the same feeling looking looking at it as a color that looking over the edge of a building or something does he actually do. Feel kind of a physiological response to that does not look right that looks unreal. It looks real. VENTA black was created by the tech industry for the tech industry. But this strange dark material would actually go on to turn the art world on its head They're black pigments out there and then there are super black pigments. That are so dark. They need to be created in a laboratory. These super blacks excrete such extreme levels of darkness. Because they're made up of something called Carbon Nanotubes or C. N.. Tease Carbon nanotubes are pretty much. Exactly what they sound like teeny tiny microscopic tubes combranch of carbon atoms just a few nanometers wide for reference. A single human hair is about eighty to a hundred thousand nanometers. animators Y T materials are made up of forests of these microscopic carbon tubes. I'd say it's like a field of gross. Okay and the grass is a carbon nanotubes in about one six thousand two thickness of your hair and there's about a billion of them per square centimeter. This is Ben Johnson the founder and CTO Joe of Serena Systems which specializes in carbon nanotubes technology. He's the kind of person who even as a kid you'd expect to become the founder and CTO of of a carbon nanotubes technology company. When I went through school I spent my time trying to make gunpowder type rocket And then I kind of went to develop liquid. Propellant systems is that we're all the dangerous and needs to go bang and kind of not very safe back then. People didn't really care that much about safety and they go yeah. This sounds like a really cool idea. Goods this is not a really cool idea. Jensen began working in the nanomaterials field in two thousand four back then. CNT's had a lot of promise in the space industry because super black coatings could be really useful inside of satellites telescopes and optical imaging technology but carbon nanotubes. Technology wasn't quite where it needed to be yet. CNT's these weren't like paint. They had to be grown onto a surface in a special type of reactor at an absurdly high temperature. High enough to destroy. Most of the things you might I wanna grow them on Johnson and his team worked on it for years and finally managed to develop a new reactor that allowed them to grow see and tease at a much lower temperature and in doing so they had one unexpected but delightful side effect they made it blacker one day. We go to some data back. They said back. Do you realize what you've done you've this material. And it's got almost unmeasurable low reflectance and I was a K.. What does that mean? It meant that Serena systems had created the darkest substance on earth material that absorbed ninety nine point nine six five percent of light. He couldn't tell from the numbers but Jensen new the cat was really special after one of his researchers showed him a sample said. Look I'm like okay. What am I looking at? It just looks black and said look and I'm putting my face right up beside it and the guy's looking laughing at me alum gain a it just looks black. And then he did something that just told me with nailed it. He took an object of the surface that was three dimensional so before matt helpless put my eyes to it. I couldn't tell us anything that was just flat. Danson black was so dark that it almost felt like it defied Clyde the laws of physics we weren't looking to create the world's blackest material. That's a thing Johnson and his team decided to give this new flashy C. N. T. of flashing flashing name Vance a black which stands for vertically aligned nanotubes array black as black as Vance. A black was surrey. NANNA systems systems still saw it as a niche material so when they launched their product at the Farnborough Airshow in two thousand fourteen. They saw themselves as small fry. Farm Farm Bureau is a big deal. In the aerospace industry Serena Systems was presenting their nanomaterial at the same event as the Boeing dreamliner military jets and a paragliding car so Jensen wasn't expecting to make much of a splash. But that's not what actually happened was just surreal. We had camera crews literally all the major networks filming looking at these materials because knowing it ever seen it demonstrated like this before people were freaking out. over Vance a black. We just didn't expect it and my son was like well. He's just black. Why are we getting these people going crazy about it? People were amazed by the depth of darkness achieved by Van Black and wanted to know. More soon enough Serena systems was receiving all sorts of requests from people who wanted a piece of it. Aw People wanting to coach because people want to coat dice in it coat bodies in it. We had a very well known youtuber. The spent quite asking us saying can can you please live on youtube aside from that time. potty Canadian what really caught Jensen's attention was the amount of interest is that came from another field in desperate need of super black pigment. The Art World in those first couple of weeks alone Surrey Nano Systems received saved over four hundred inquiries from artists wanting to use it in their work the number of people in the art world that wanted to use it that that was absolutely absolutely crazy time. Actually because we're a company set up to do engineering and space not accompany the setup to create products for artists to us working with artists. Artis was just not something Serena systems was equipped to do because Vance black was incredibly hard to work with sure they could grow at a much lower temperature than before that was still about four hundred and thirty degrees centigrade. Cat's were also really delicate and can scrape off easily but most importantly any collaboration with artists would take up time in tech resources. Because anything coated with Banda black would have to be grown in Serena systems reactors just wasn't a practical proposition for the company that said an ish is an incredibly charismatic. Chat with an amazing vision and and his life's work has just been phenomenal an eastern as in a niche Kapoor. Who if you haven't heard of him? Before is very famous so for decades has been one of the premier contemporary artists working today says Adam Rogers again use the kind of person who will do a whole gallery takeover teen modern you know. He's he's a really big deal. We should know here that initiative did not respond to an interview request for this story but he's probably best known for creating Chicago's iconic cloud gate sculpture also known as the bean and and he has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth for his contributions to visual arts. And when Vance black debuted he wanted it. So he reached out Serena Systems and invited Jensen to check out a studio or walked into his studio and I was literally speeches or what I saw given his body of work. Kapoor seemed uniquely suited for this material. There is in a way a constant continuous process that gives up the same questions. This is a niche poor. In a video he released about one of his pieces titled Dissension. So those those questions are for me. The void object or the non object many questions about color questions about space and time. Because I really do believe that for there to be new objects has to be new. Space Kapoor has has a fascination with blacks capacity to make something both exist and not exist at the same time his work. A lot of it deals with voight. It deals with colored blocks and try to understand the relationship between color space

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Opioid Crackdown Could Lead To More Drug Company Bankruptcies

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Opioid Crackdown Could Lead To More Drug Company Bankruptcies

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge. They make custom framing easy and affordable frame. Your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit their new stores located on fourteenth street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with code NPR just two years ago. The opioid manufacturer insists posted a quarter of a billion dollars in sales. Now, the Zona based company is declaring bankruptcy, federal prosecutors played this video as evidence in a trial against insists executives were convicted last month. Raising the ball and would change in the game. Great. It takes a decision to be better than the competition. The two thousand fifteen video featured a person dressed up as a giant bottle of the company's fennel spray and it was supposed to boost sales. The bankruptcy is the latest development in a string of lawsuits against big pharma, as state and federal governments pushed for accountability for the opioid addiction crisis. North country public radio's Brian man has been covering the story closely and he joins us now. So Brian what happened to insists? Yeah, these guys fell really far really fast. They marketed this medication subsists that included feno they're biggest product tens of millions of dollars in sales that it turns out this prescription opioid, like so many others marketed aggressively by the drug industry is really addictive really risky, the company pleaded guilty to series of felony charges, including claims, they bribed doctors to prescribe their medication. Pushing it to patients who should not have been using it. They're gonna pay the federal government, two hundred twenty five million dollars in penalties and company founder, John Kapoor and four other insys executives were convicted last month on racketeering charges in two hundred and twenty five million dollars in penalties is a lot of money. But this is a multibillion dollar corporation. So why did insists need to need to for bankruptcy? Right. You know what it is out? There is a lot of other opioid related lawsuits pending against the company in a statement yesterday, CEO, Andrew long described those as legacy legal challenges, and to capitol that sales of their product of plummeted. So they've announced they'll go through bankruptcy proceedings. Try to resolve all these liabilities and see what's left of the company. I mean, there's some really big names who've been implicated in the opiates crisis. Right Johnson and Johnson is one of them pharmacies like CVS, even organised by other other bankruptcies down the road here. Yeah. Big companies Johnson and Johnson McKesson WalMart. They have really deep pockets, lots of assets. They're not likely to go this bankruptcy route. But executives, for example, at Purdue pharma, the maker of Oxycontin. They have already floated the possibility of bankruptcy. This is being talked about in courtrooms all over the country. Remember, now, Rachel more than eighteen hundred state and local governments have filed these opioid related lawsuits. So the penalties and settlements could run into tens of billions of dollars really rivaling those big tobacco settlements of the nineteen nineties and the question. Now is how much can these companies pay to help clean up the opioid mess without putting them out of business? Well, what about those people who had specific claims against insects? I mean does filing for bankruptcy. Let the company off the hook and paying those families, or those victims of the crisis who fought to write the move attorneys representing a lot of those local governments issued a statement yesterday saying they're going to work now to find what assets remained incest, that might still be sort of attached, but they say their goal is not. Not to bankrupt, these companies that they're targeting. They said they want to use settlements to ease the epidemic seek what they call long term sustainable solutions and one thing. That's interesting here is the federal judge in Ohio, who's overseeing a lot of these cases. A guy named Dan pollster has been really outspoken, calling for some kind of a global negotiated settlement that will get money to community suffering from this epidemic. While also restoring stability to the drug industry, and so far that kind of deal just hasn't happened. But I man with north country public radio. Brian, thank you. We appreciate it. Thank you so much.

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"kapoor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Wants more money from congress over what he calls an emergency at the border surge illegal immigrant crossings, and the caravans headed here blame by Democrats on his own policies securing America acting homeland security secretary Kevin that Killeen until the Senate subcommittee. The department is running out of money to deal with what he described as a humanitarian crisis. We don't have the room to hold them. We don't have the authority to remove them administration requesting four point five billion dollars in supplemental emergency funding house appropriations committee chair democrat needed Lowy is reviewing the request. But in a statement said the Trump administration appears to be doubling down on cruel and ill-conceived policies in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, the apologized to his victims their families and his family. And then Scott immoral got a lethal injection last night in Georgia executed for nineteen Ninety-four shooting the left his ex-girlfriend another woman, both dead and one wounded a conviction for four pharmaceutical company. Executive in a case linked to the opioid epidemic of people overdosing and dying from painkillers and other drugs. John Kapoor was found guilty by a jury on racketeering charges related to his plan to coerce doctors to prescribe a fentanyl l- spray called subsidies Fenella is a highly addictive opioid for other people from Kapoor's. Former company insists were also convicted prosecutors say in addition to offering doctors kickbacks to boost sales the insists employees also deceived insurance companies about documented medical conditions. Sentencing guidelines, call for a twenty year sentence, but as first time offenders Kapoor and his co conspirators are likely to get less than that Grenell. Scott thoughts new we'll get an update on the economy. The sworn in the jobs report expected to show about one hundred eighty five hundred ninety thousand people were hired. The unemployment rate may remain three point eight percent Wall Street could react to the numbers for now. Stock futures are higher than after the Dow dropped one hundred twenty two points. I'm.

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"kapoor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Reuters reports the founder and executives of a drug company insists therapeutics guilty in conspiracy that fed opioid crisis. The founder of insys therapeutics on Thursday became the highest ranking drug making drugmaker executive convicted in a case tied to the US opioid crisis. When he enforced colleagues rebound guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping drive the epidemic. A federal jury in. Boston found. John Kapoor seventy-five, the drugmakers former chairman and his co-defendants guilty of racketeering conspiracy for a scheme that also misled insurers into paying for the drug Kapoor's two thousand seventeen arrest came on the same day US President Donald Trump declared the epidemic that has caused tens of thousands of overdose deaths. Annually, a public health emergency Kapoor was found guilty of running a wide ranging scheme to bribe doctors nationwide by retaining them to act as speakers at shaham events at restaurants, extensively meant to educate clinicians about its Fenton, all spray subsists. Prosecutors said Kapoor also directed efforts to defraud insurers into paying for the drug. His co-defendants include former executives. You don't care about their names. They face up to twenty years in prison. They denied wrongdoing and defense lawyers signal plans to appeal so the conviction is on the basis that this particular company was paying bribes doctors, but you have to account for how you're giving them that money. So the bribe was in the form of speeches that the doctors would give which is totally legal to different doctors about a drug. I've had doctors in the past who will say, hey, can you come in tomorrow? I won't be in day after I'm flying to Singapore or Saint Lucia or wherever else to give a speech about my research on this particular drug that's perfectly legal where it's not legal is using that money to pay the doctor what is in effect bribe to prescribe the drug, so it's a two pronged. Scam. One is getting the doctors to prescribe it to is the the scheme in the scam to get the insurers to pay for it. The US food and Drug administration approved subsists in two thousand twelve only.

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8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

BM English Speaking Radio

05:14 min | 3 years ago

8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

"The meaning of laddish is to prosper to farewell or grow. It. Also means bold and sweeping gestures with BMI, enlist, speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English will gab Larry lesson. You will learn how to use the word flourish reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cavalry, and speak English, fluently and confidently flush is spelt as f. All you odd. I is h a new railway station came up at all sheera ramp result had been selling fruits near the station since many years now he's truck an idea to cater to the crowds coming out of the station. He started selling through juice as well. His business flourished, which means his business grew will. And he never looked back since. So a simple innovation head his business to flourish. Listen carefully. How we can use the word flourish in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight real know about globalization. Right. Globalization allows. All countries to trade with each other as per mutually agreed terms in case of India. The globalization has helped its software companies to flourish and become hugely successful example, number two eight the foul. Toils means works hard in his field all around the year. Finally, it is a moment of great joy and satisfaction for him to see his crop. Example, number three of it. Mr. Kapoor worked really hard to win the contract with Indian railways. Finally, he won the contract and was invited to sign. The agreement papers he smiled at esteem and signed the documents with a flourish means with vibrant, gestures example, number for of it leading industrialised remarked that a good idea can give birth to an excellent up, however vision commitment and funding are essential for it to flourish four thousand two hundred thirteen nine and counting is the number of Google reviews with a four point two star rating that bam English-speaking institute has received to know more about us. Visit our website. WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five eight Daniel was shy and afraid of public speaking. So his mother enrolled him for public. Speaking course, subsequently Daniel participated in the school competition, and guess what he won the first prize or boy, he was feeling proud. And he displayed his mettle with the flourish example, number six of eight Ambra our show. Gaas kingdom flourished under his leadership. He was generous. And benevolent means kind he treated all religions with equal respect moving onto example, number seven eight all over the world are Ganic farming is catching up, do you know, what it is all about well organic farming. Avoids use of chemical fertilisers. Instead it uses organic manual this allows the crops and plants to flourish naturally and produce is free of any chemicals. It also retains the fortuity of the soy example, number eight or eight Chang was struggling to clear. The job interviews. Finally, he took the guidance of a mental to prepare for his interviews soon. He cleared an interview with flying colors means with a good score. And was given the appointment letter on the same day. He rushed home and flashed the appointment letter with flourish in front office. Parents they were extremely happy. He made them proud. Didn't. He today we learned the word

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"kapoor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kapoor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Listening to all things considered from NPR news. Federal prosecutors in Boston have rested their case against John. Kapoor an opiate entrepreneur any one time. Billionaire Kapoor is the founder of insys therapeutics. He and four of his colleagues are accused of racketeering charge. That's often used to prosecute organized crime. If convicted they could face many years in prison Gabriella, Emmanuel of member station. W G B H reports two months ago Paula at saw a letter from his doctor to his insurance company next to his doctor signature, it says does this patient have cancer. He mark. Yes. Only one problem. How Laura has never had cancer. A commercial fisherman in Texas Laura was badly injured on the job in two thousand thirteen his doctor prescribed him an opioid called substance. It's one hundred times stronger than morphine the medication is only approved for cancer patients in severe pain out shocked. I was really really shocked. Federal prosecutors believe Paula was. Victim in a complex scheme by insys therapeutics to bribe doctors and lied to insurance companies over the past two months, the government laid out its case. And Laura testified the prosecutors claim insists set up a phony speakers program often, no one showed up for the lectures, but the doctors got paid big money, but they wouldn't get paid unless they were given out medication the subsidies medication and the government alleges one doctor even received a lap dance from a sales rep for sales reps the higher the dose prescribed the higher the bonus. They took home two sales reps even made a music video about ratcheting up. A.

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Drug company used rap video to push for higher doses, sales

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Drug company used rap video to push for higher doses, sales

"A drug company is accused of using a rap video to push for higher doses. And sales. The video was shown to jurors this week in the closely watched trial in Boston of wealthy insys therapeutics Inc. Founder John Kapoor and four other one time executives there charged with scheming to pay doctors bribes in exchange for prescriptions of the drug meant for cancer patients with severe pain they have all denied wrongdoing in the video sales reps rap about tight-race in the process of increasing the strength of a patient's prescription until it reaches the adequate level. Prosecutors say it was shown at a two thousand fifteen meeting to fire up

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John Kapoor, Insys Therapeutics And Founder discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

John Kapoor, Insys Therapeutics And Founder discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Employees at a drug company accused of bribing doctors used a rap video to get doctors to put patients and higher doses of feno. The video shown to jurors this week in the trial in Boston of John Kapoor, founder of insys therapeutics and four other former executives of that company. They're charged with

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Insys executive gave doctor lap dance while promoting drug, witness says

Gary and Shannon

04:05 min | 3 years ago

Insys executive gave doctor lap dance while promoting drug, witness says

"They say that the lap dances began when they began rewarding a certain doctor for prescribing this opioid product they were paying him to speak at educational events about the drug at paying him acts like exorbitant amounts of speaker fees to then get on stage and talk to another room full of doctors about how great this drug is. Now, the problem is there were several events held did a Chicago restaurant that the founder of our chairman of insects owned attended by friends of this of doctors instead of clinicians, and the idea was there weren't really meant to be educational programs but were parties thrown to benefit the doctors and their buddies at one dinner in mid twenty twelve there was testimony that this stripper. Was sitting on the doctors lap kind of bouncing around. He had his hands sort of inappropriately all over her. Chest question. I'm sorry. Yeah. Is there a way to touch a stripper on her chest without it being inappropriate? Now. Remember, she's not a stripper at this point. She's the regional sales director. Okay. Is there a way to touch a regional sales director on the chest. That's appropriate. Wow. Like say say, no, I'm going go out. Darren came in here. Right. Okay. And. Oh is he bouncing on your lap at the time? Yes. Okay. And I'm touching his chest. Is that ever appropriate say two wrongs don't make a right? So no, there would never be a chance. Were you could touch his chest appropriately paid this doctor more than seventy thousand dollars in speaker fees? It's pretty good you've been paid to speak. Yes. Was it ever close to seventy eight thousand seventy thousand dollars. Now, this is an ongoing thing this is an ongoing court case. And I think this is only going to get dirtier where we were talking yesterday about how John Kapoor was accused of this. I think it's racketeering conspiracy. Is the charge that he faces and a few other of the executives there from insists, and how it is that they were giving these money they were putting on these fake parties, they were encouraging doctors to speak nicely about the in suspension will spray in exchange for tens of thousands of dollars in speaking fees, and you know, try to play it off as some sort of an educational clinic. When in fact, there were regional sales directors who double this strippers and lapdancer. So this is going to get better remember yesterday when we told you about the head of US intelligence agencies testifying before a Senate panel talking about how they don't believe North Korea will ever abandon its nuclear. Program. And they also believe we have not beaten ISIS. These are two things that the president is diametrically been vocal on the other side of I guess, you could say, well, he's pushing back today against those intelligence assessments, saying perhaps intelligence should go back to school love it. Hey, we'll also answer. The question in swamp. Watch whatever happened to John casick. Does anybody have that question? But if they did we'll have answer to it. Come back. Gary and Shannon will continue. Jo Kwon, what's up a record setting polar vortex. You've been hearing about is driving temperatures way below freezing in the mid west. The national weather service in Minneapolis areas warning of wind chills today as Lois minus sixty Chicago won't be much better and is expected to be a ghost town as many businesses and schools, stay closed in the town of appear. Wisconsin the local hardware stores in keeping busy getting sand for the car back in the car and make sure I'm not sliding around too much less than I wanna do is end up in a ditch hundreds of flights have been canceled. Mostly Chicago's two main airports, the town of international falls. Minnesota has been reported to be be coldest place in the continental US coffee landing cafe

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After Roger Stone arrest, Trump focuses on CNN's reporting methods

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:59 min | 3 years ago

After Roger Stone arrest, Trump focuses on CNN's reporting methods

"That no, no. You know, there's not a there. There's no number of White House talking points that can overcome the truth, and the fact that the president has defined his wrongdoing as either collusion or the absence of collusion does not ignore. The fact that we have a federal criminal code that has all kinds of attention crimes that could have been created in the twenty sixteen election. I mean, I think that at this point is obvious in cleared almost everybody who's observing this that the Russians were working hard to figure out how to elect Donald Trump and defeat Hillary Clinton and made us made us vulnerable to their to to to their dastardly tactics. And we need to make sure that doesn't happen again in twenty twenty. And I think in the meantime, all of US Republicans and Democrats together in the Senate need to do everything we can to defend the Muller investigate. To make sure that he's able to do his job. Well, that's Senator Michael Bennett democrat of Colorado member Senate intelligence committee. Thank you so much for joining us today. Really appreciate it. And we want to let listeners know we also invited his Colorado Republican counterpart Cory Gardner to join it say he chose not to do. So today joining us now from Washington is set. He'll Kapoor the national political reporter for Bloomberg news Suhil, always great to have you with us. I David good to join you. Also, join us from Washington DC, Darlene super Ville, the White House reporter for the Associated Press. Hey, darling. Hi, David glad to be here. So we only have a few minutes left before the end of this first segment, but I want to dive in about the news of this morning, revitalizing attention to to the Russia investigation to the special pro council's efforts to get a handle on what happened in terms of Trump campaign and Russia and the Russians, and whether there was in some ways collusion Suhil, why don't you start? It's off what what is the import of today's new. News. Well, the pieces of the puzzle are increasingly coming together

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