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The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year
"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy
Rita Ora sorry for birthday party that broke lockdown rules
"Now for some breaking news. Was she wary. Where was she seen she posted. Why on instagram. Who clean gone too long pause. What's rita ora up to. Who is this woman. We've never done this before we've never opened with what's read or up switching the order of the show were doing top down instead of bottom up. No we're doing bottom up top down bottom up and as we've said a few times in the past month or so rita's back to normal. You know the world isn't back to normal but reed is back to normal. Were sitting about it and yet now i'm like regret now like we jumped the thrill she was getting. We were thrilled. That she was getting The same number of headlines that she used to get however we didn't want her to get these types of headlines. Oh no this is very bad. So celebrated bad parts. Don't throw your own bad party. It's funny because when. When i saw that she was turning thirty i felt a little pang of leg odds tube-like turning thirty like this time like that's that's more rain could feel bad. Yeah for somebody who loves to party. She loves to party but she something happened here. And she's now in a lotta deep water. She's on the cover of the sun so when she turned thirty. This is what we thought on. Saturday night was at saturday night. That her she posted at thirtieth birthday video that her team made her. Were all these important people in her. Life mcwhirter happy birthday. Big jazz. host of it was just so many people i mean. It's dozens of pete. That's what we thought we were going to be talking about today. That's exactly what o our michael caine star studded video incredible. Here's who's in it. We identified a lot of these people even though it was very difficult and then and then this happened sunday night. We'll saturday night. saturday night. Rada had a birthday party that was like a fake up or they. So i think that a lot of people are doing this and this is not just celebrities. This is normal people. They're showing the world one thing on instagram than they're doing something entirely different offense to graham serena showed me beth so rita showed a thirtieth birthday party that was very small and cute in her apartment in her flat. There were balloons on the ceiling. She watched the video. You could tell there. Were a couple other voices in there. She showed this big spread of desserts and it was like look at this cake. I'm gonna eat it all by myself. Ha ha ha. So it's very like this is how i'm celebrating in these times. But she also had a thirtieth birthday party at a fancy restaurant in notting hill. Yeah and it looks like she just hossack rented the space definitely because there were people bringing in liquor and ice and so it looks like she just rented the space and had over thirty people. And it's apparently against the law to even have like more than one person outside of your household and there are more. Their lockdown laws are more We have some to here. But there's more and they're more will get you your name. They're more like actually taking this seriously but also like they should take rita ora doing this more seriously than anyone because again. She's a public figure. And this shit's going to get photographed. What i'm confused about. And i wonder what you think is like. Did somebody call the paparazzi. Like who how. What's the deal with that like. There were lots of photos or photos of the cops getting there and being like What's going on in here. You know like literally. They had photos of the whole shebang. People going in people going out. Rita going in rena going out and i just wonder like for rita we've already said like. Oh you know. She calls the paparazzi. But like you wouldn't call the paparazzi on your own like a legal birthday when you're doing something like flagrantly illegal but this dead. Maybe not someone whether it was someone at the restaurant a neighbor because it doesn't look like these people they're like they're actually sneaking and they're going back doors like it doesn't look like they wanted anywhere right there and also looks it also looks late as hell like it doesn't look. It doesn't look just like nighttime. It looks like it's late really fucking stupid like i. Not that. I want people to like you know flout these rules or whatever but it just looks. They did it. The stupidest way that i could imagine doing this type of kind of activity Are photos all over the son of like police officer showing up in peering into windows. They're blurry paparazzi time photos of her sister and that guy vast morgan showing up with arm. Loads of prospero tequila articulate brand. Poppy delevingne kara levin. A lot of people. I can't recognize among the thirty so if we have photos of those we have photos of the people people knew you know but there are twenty eight other people who weren't photograph because i guess they weren't important enough to be photographed. Her hat to have photographs. Patty love to identify those people. So according to the loss this is what it says in the guardian england's national lockdown which ends on tuesday which is like ria you could of waited it's against the law to meet more than person you do not live with acceptance specific circumstances. Police have the power to break up gatherings issue fines of up to ten thousand pounds for breaches of regulations so she just voluntarily pay according to the sun this morning. She just voluntarily paid ten thousand pounds. She was like you know what. Here's the money police. Stay away from me. I'm so sorry alone. She's on the cover of the sun with a mask on in a big firm furnish coat that says read a party. Cheater was a really good. That was a really good line in the sun that said bang out of ora. Rita ora slammed she flouts lockdown laws. With thirty thousand. I was like bang out of something. Must be a british slang and it is. It's bang out of order which means someone is like acting a mess acting fool. You're being unreasonable. Your bang out of order posted a apology already on instagram winch. Is you know she said hello. I attended a small gathering with you through the gathering rita. You through the party. It was it was a spur of the moment decision. No it wasn't. It was a party that you through a birthday party made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown. This would be okay. You were but few days later. Sorry i've commentary for all this. I'm deeply sorry raking the rules and intern understand that. This put people at risk. This was a serious inexcusable. Error of judgement given the restrictions. I realize how responsibilities actions and i take full responsibility. I feel particularly embarrassed knowing firsthand. How hard people have worked to combat this terrible illness and being fully aware of the sacrifices that people and businesses have made to help. Keep us all safe. Even though. this won't make it right. I want to sincerely apologize.
Afghan Leader Digs In on Peace Talks Despite Progress, Officials Say
"Afghanistan's chief peace envoy, Abdullah Abdullah, said that the U. S decision to begin withdrawing troops from Afghanistan has come too soon as his country is still struggling to attain peace and security amid an ongoing conflict. Abdullah spoken and Kara, where he saw it. Turkey's support for negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban that are taking place in cutter to find an end to decades of war. The talks have made little progress so far. Abdullah said of the US's decision to reduce troop levels in Afghanistan from over 4.5 1000 to 2.5 1000 quote. This is the decision of the U. S administration and we respect it. And quote, acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller announced that we would reduce troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan by mid January, in line with President Trump's pledge to bring our forces home. Afghan officials have expressed concerns that a rapid reduction in American troops could strengthen the negotiating hand of the Taliban, while the militants are still waging a full fledged insurgency against government forces. Abdullah said it's not like things will go a zwei wish, adding however, that he welcomed to the fact that 2500 troops will remain and NATO will also retain its presence. Abdullah said, quote what form or what shape it will take. That remains to be seen, but they will certainly push for a peaceful settlement and quote Washington signed a deal with the Taliban in February to pave the way for the dough, hot talks and American forces eventual withdrawal. We championed the deal as Afghanistan's best chance at a lasting peace. Folks, This is an endless war. Regardless of what the Taliban agreed to, and negotiations they can and have broken agreements before. Both Turkey and cutter are supporters of Isis and their friends in Afghanistan hasn't built a solid military defense. After all the money and support we've been giving them for years and years and years. Why should we think in a few more years will make a difference. America is not the world's cop. If these nations can't get along, that's an issue for them and their neighbors, not
Pilots, civilians given life terms over Turkey's 2016 coup
"Military and civilian personnel in an air base to life in prison sentences proclaiming them guilty of involvement in a failed coup attempt in 2016. A total of 475 defendants, including generals and fighter jet pilots at the end, kid see Air Base on the outskirts of the capital on Kara have been on trial for the past three years accused of directing the coup bombing key government buildings, including a section Of the parliament. Despite recommendations
Perus procession of presidents
"Even by the extraordinary standards of peruvian presidential turnover. It has been quite a week. The government palace in lima rotated through three tenants. In a matter of days president martin vs kara was removed via impeachment. His replacement manuel marino resigned following violent protests. He was succeeded. By francisco's sagacity. Who appears to remain incumbent. This recording serving as peru's head of state seems not to bring out the best in people of peru's six presidents prior to martin viscaya four are in prison and awaiting trial and one shot himself while being presented with an arrest warrant. This circus would be dysfunctional enough. Were it not for the fact that peru's presidential intrigue is presently teetering with problems other than those caused by the people supposed to be running the place. The country has one of the world's worst covid nineteen outbreaks and its economy has been accordingly battered. Is it possible that francisco's augusta represents an end to peruse lousy luck with its leaders. How has the country's politics becomes so chronically chaotic. And where does anyone even start cleaning up a mess like this. This is the foreign desk. The massive demonstrations that we have seen in the past few days in response to the latest political turmoil exposed deep discontent with the political class falling in several years of institutional clashes of corruption scandals. So reese an anger are much higher now. Five of the law six presidents not including the skara that post pregnancies have been dominated by corruption. Accusations one is in jail setting a twenty five year sentence. Another shot himself dead last year. I think most peruvians. They understand that the corruption just fades the state. The real moment of change has come now when the youths in the street and the people all over round peru have began to say we want to change the structure of the state that for humanity left us it will really be the end of human. He's more if that constitution is brought down. New one is put forward.
Peru’s interim president resigns after massive protests, chaos embroil nation
"Interim president, Manuel Marino has resigned days after taking office. He lost the support of Congress following the deaths of two anti government protesters in the capital, Lima. Widespread demonstrations were triggered by the impeachment on Monday off Mr Marino's predecessor, Martine Vizcarra on corruption allegations. Mr Marino denied that he done stood president this Kara and said the violence that led to the demonstrators deaths was unacceptable. Killer preserve me sentir condolences. I want to express my sincere condolences to the families of the victims who died during the protests where citizens practice their right to liberty. All of Peru's in mourning. Nothing can justify a legitimate protest, which ends with the deaths of Peruvians. We live in a democracy. Peru is our homeland, and just like everyone else I want the best for our country.
Protests mount in Peru after president's impeachment
"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to
A morning message onn paying attention to the edges
"Good good morning I gotta beefy one for you today and it's be not for only you my friend. It's beef for me. My name is carrie bradley. And i am bringing you these morning messages. Not just for you. i bring them for me. They are reminders to myself how to live fully their reminders of how to remember my brilliance. They're reminders to myself to remember that life is moving by very very fast and if we don't lean in and wake up and seize the moment and seize the day then we are missing our lives so these morning messages. I enjoyed them so much. Because i wake myself up every day and asked myself these questions. So i just decided turn on my little handy dandy recorder and share them with you so thank you for being here and what. I'm been playing with myself. Playing with in my own. Journaling is this idea of challenge edges and being uncomfortable. Yesterday we talked about ripe opportunities. It's what i write about my book. On the verge. Ripe opportunities are those moments when you are uncomfortable. They're uncomfortable because they're also unfamiliar. You're not used to doing it. You're not comfortable doing it. So it's gonna be agitating it's gonna be unsettling it's gonna make you feel like you wanna throw up. Maybe but these are the moments where we grow. These are the moments when we pressed the boundaries of life we press the boundaries of our patterns talked about patterns a few weeks ago and when we start to those patterns and press those boundaries. It's where we break through and we level up and we see things with new eyes and we get creative and we have insights so today. I just want to ask you as i'm asking myself. Where are your edges where the boundaries. What do they feel like. What are they include. What are they entail. And can you leinen today and tomorrow and the next day in fact you know i challenge you because i'm challenging myself to every single day at the beginning of your day whether it be after your meditation or prayer or your journaling or whatever your morning routine looks like usually for me. It's it's Early morning meditation. Twenty minutes fifteen to thirty minutes just depends on the day get out my journal and i free right but i'm going to challenge myself during that free right to ask myself. What would i do today if i had no fear. Or where can i lean in today to an edge. What edge can i lean into something along that lines you can make it up and make it sound right for you but basically it's what what i do today. If i had no fear who would i call. What would i write. What would i. What would i offer the world. What would i ask the world. What would i do today. If i had no fear and then go do it and listen you could start small right. It doesn't have to be the biggest thing you know the thing that you feel like you're going to throw up doing or thinking about but you gotta get into action. I need to get into action on those things. And oftentimes you know you can look at your life. I would often say this any yoga practice. Look at how you practice yoga. Because that's how you're living your life you know if you're ballistic and your workouts and you're pushing and suffering and challenger challenging yourself too much you may be pushing enforcing in your life as well but i think for most of us honestly where the other way around. That's the way i am anyway. I'm holding back too much i. I'm not getting to that point. Where i'm feeling myself tremble lately. I used to be but lately. I don't know i'm just kind of in this grey zone so this is my kick ass. Wake up. call to say kara. You need to lean and get uncomfortable a little bit more. Yesterday i did. I felt myself so agitated about myself so uncomfortable but and it was really a wakeup call for me to say. Listen girl you need to be doing this more areas of your life in your work. So i got agitated because i did a facebook live that i wasn't fully comfortable doing and i still feel a little shaky thinking about what i did. But that's okay. That's a good indication. That i was doing something was not comfortable so today. My challenge to you two things one at the beginning of your day. Ask yourself the question. Where do i need need to lean in today. What is my edge. Today is it. A relationship is a is an action in the world has something to do with work is truth. Unita say is it a workout. You need to lean into. Is it something what is it. And then that was the first thing and then go do it and then go to it. All right. I want to hear from you. What are the things where your edges right now. Where are your edges. I'm telling you mine you know in my business right now the business. I'm building this mental wellness business which is based on on the new scientist. Gut brain connection. It's phenomenal. I love it. I want to tell you about it. I want to tell you about it. So if you're interested please reach out to me or the lengths. I've got plenty of stuff there. But it is forcing me to grow in ways that i'm uncomfortable doing and that's the only way i'm going to grow this. Business is to get uncomfortable. The only way we grow in life is to be uncomfortable so we have to get comfortable being uncomfortable.
Take Time To Ease Up
"I used to be. A woman with a plan. Oh boy. Watch out Kara's coming through the doors. Holy crap. Running a business for sixteen years a business that ran from 6 a.m. To 9 p.m. 7 days a week. Closed one day a year boy. Oh boy in a lot of ways. It was my survival. It was how I had to be to survive the the extraordinary busyness of running that business with up to forty employees and thousands of students. I'm just telling you this because I have to give myself a little bit of a break that I was a woman with a plan but I also had to look at myself because I got two points where I was pissing people off left and right. I was losing friends. I was losing employees because I was so stuck in being the way that I was and I'm disclosing this because you may be a woman a man with a plan unable to let go and allow allow the things to be a little more agile and flexible. so as we look at our patterns as we're doing this this week, and we're looking at ways of our being and we're admitting what's not helpful or might I say mindful loving friendly adaptable as we start to look at our patterns admit what they are recognized that as we start to shift we notice We let it be we notice it we admit it. We start to change those patterns. We're going to start to move into new directions for today. I want to offer you this light saying reminder. to ease up He's up on yourself. He's up on others just to ease up and I think that if anything this pandemic has helped us to do that. Because things are changing. We can't we have we realize we ultimately have no control over any of this. Right? So we've had to ease up on our need for things to be a certain way. It's been the great leveling the great allowing. But I want to offer you this reminder to ease up and I give you this cuz this is how I have learned to do this open your palms up to the school if you can do it right now do it. In this mudra of allowing in this hand position of just allowing. I allow things to be as they are right. Now. I allow this person to be as they are. I allow the situation to unfold as it will I alone now everything to be as it is. It's a reminder to let go of the control to let go of the manipulation to let go of the of the fixed mindset off of things having to work out the way you need them to work out. At the rate at its that you needed to happen. Come on, hurry up and get this done because I need you to do this. He's up. He's up Kara. He's a this is how I started to soften those grooves. I still have them rest assured just talked to my husband. I still have them. but there's been some biggies that I've let go of And it's really happened by me noticing admitting painfully admitting noticing that I can redirect patterns even just a little bit with reminders like this one. He's up. He's up and allow. this to unfold Tomorrow we're going to practice we're going to do a quick practice for today. I offer you this simple hand position open your palms to the sky when you know yourself in a fixed way of being And allow yourself to be open and available to things changing or tubing or people doing something different or you doing something different. Let's jump out of those fixed grooves in those fixed sled Cycles, which they called. Let's pack is up and open up and become more spacious and allowing. It feels so much better. I'm going to tell you that. All righty, patterns patterns patterns work in the patterns this week. Remember this isn't comfortable. You may want to just turn me off. That's okay. You may get pissed off at me. I don't care. I know this has worked for me and I'm just want to share it with you.
Azerbaijan, Armenia Trade Accusations Of Breaking Cease-Fire In Nagorno-Karabakh
"And Azerbaijan fighting over alleged truce violations. Russia has proposed sending military observers to monitor a ceasefire in the region and Azerbaijani capital Baku officials accused Armenia Trying to attack Azerbaijan's petroleum pipelines. In turn, Armenian officials said Azerbaijan was trying to seize Nagorno Kara Bach. Despite the ceasefire. This
Armenia Azerbaijan: Reports of fresh shelling dent ceasefire hopes
"Agreed. The humanitarian ceasefire in Nagorno Kara Bark is under severe strain, with both Azerbaijan under Armenia, accusing each other of violating the Russian brokered truth. On Sunday. Azerbaijan said at least five people were killed when a missile struck a residential area in its second largest city ganja. The Armenian Defense Ministry called the Azeri allegations an absolute lie. Our attack. Daghlian is thie human rights on the Isman in Nagorno Carol Bock. He told the BBC that Azerbaijan broke the ceasefire by shelling civilian areas in the main cities to pan account. The most incidents happen. Yesterday evening, Azerbaijan started striking miss eyes to start when I get to Hsuehshan Martin E on some other towns and villages. Before that. There are some shootings on the front nine, but not with a large caliber. But those strikes where with large calibers, including along sisters, Mrs Donald Trump's
Stressed Out; Not Sleeping? Nutritional Solutions To the Rescue
"As we all know, it's a very stressful and high anxiety time for all of us. Currently, we're in our tenth month of this worldwide pandemic and from all reports, you know this could continue to be the situation for the next few months. Maybe the next year we just don't know some of you are living in areas are locations where the corona virus infection rates are increasing, and we know that's causing a lot of stress. Stress comes from different places and for different reasons. One example is I'm sure many of you are experiencing this or at least know someone who is it's business both old businesses new businesses they're shutting down. So many people are out of work rent and mortgage payments are due in addition to that. A lot of us are worried about family or friends or loved ones. Getting covid nineteen some of you might be frontline workers and worried about your own health. He know this corona virus anxiety can often show up opposite people having a lot of seriously problems. So that is a little teaser about what our topic is today. Yes. Definitely and I WANNA talk about sleep problems for minute. Do you have ongoing problems either falling asleep or staying asleep? Lack of sleep, which means not getting at least seven and a half to nine hours asleep most nights can affect your coping skills engineering. Zayed's level will just continue to climb. So does that sound like you last week I promise you that car and I would come back to the studio today to dig deeper into the connection of anxiety and sleep problems, and we got some questions from listeners and we will get to the. Back last week Joann gave her email and that's right and she didn't get some questions that's going to be interesting. Now, some of you if you're tuning into dishing up nutrition for the first time, we want to just make sure we re introduce ourselves. If you are a longtime listener, I'm Karak Harper and my background I'm a certified nutrition specialists I have a master's degree in holistic health I'm licensed by the State of Minnesota I've actually been a nutritious for thirteen years. The reason that I believe I was asked to be on this show today, and maybe you're listening to it as a podcast is because I have a history of having a lot of restless nights lying awake staring at the ceiling waiting for sleep to come, and if you can relate to that, you know how stressful that is to not be able to fall asleep or more to be waking up in the middle of the night or too early in the morning and not be able to get back to sleep. So today I really WANNA share my personal and professional knowledge and successes and things that have helped me. And I am excited to be back in the studio with Joe? Today? Because we were just here last week together we were. It's good to be back here with you today car. So good morning everyone. My name is Joanne right out and I've been a registered and licensed I- Titian for a very long time many years and I am fortunate to have worked at traditional weight and wellness for the past seven and a half years I always tell people it kind of my blessing in disguise I had gotten laid off from a job and this was a great opportunity to learn a new version of nutrition from the one I used to practice and I'm loving it I spend my time working with clients individually or teaching a number of classes including are popular menopause survival seminar. So to all of the covid nineteen restrictions, all of my client appointments are done either by phone or zoom. And you heard why Kara was chosen to be on today's dishing up nutrition and some of you may be wondering why I was picked to co host this radio show and podcast about sleep and I also have firsthand knowledge of this topic both professionally and personally, and I wanted to share some sleep solutions also that have worked well for me and my clients. Yeah that's another great point sharing. We'll be sharing clients stories. Yeah. Because that's where we get a lot of our knowledge right? We do appliance. During this really trying time, it's critically important to take care of your body and to take care of your brain. At least three habits I'm sure there are more but we're GonNa talk about three habits to take care of your body and brain, and we'll kind of do like the top three that come to mind with our topic of sleep and stress. So, sleeping at least seven and a half to nine hours most nights. Eating real food and moving your body. So we want to just keep this simple and keep focus on the things you can control. There's so many things out of our control right now. But most people have some control over sleep food and movements Joanna and I wrote down some habits and I think we both really try to live by these as much as possible to manage stress and anxiety especially during this pandemic. So we'll share these habits you might WanNa be jotting these down just get a little post it. You can put it on your refrigerator she's going to be three tips.
RegioJet launches train to Croatia
"Was clear early on the covid nineteen pandemic was going to be a disaster for the aviation business, and so it has proved him. It was clear almost as instantly that might be an opportunity for rail travel, and there is at least one indication. This suction has also been proved correct this summer check operator regional jet launched an overnight service from the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Adriatic coast of Croatia and sold sixty thousand tickets on a hundred and twenty trains join from. Liana with more on this by Molecules Boca's correspondent Guide Alani. Going Festival it struck me anyway at least as an enthusiast. Rail travel and overnight rail traveled. There wasn't an overnight service from Prague Bratislav it to the Croatian coast seemed we'd so is anybody surprised by how successful this has been? I don't know if you look at it in terms of numbers sixty thousand passengers that's getting on for a tenth of all the check tourists who visited. Croatia this summer I mean in a normal season, the be eight, hundred, thousand checks going to the Croatian coast to call it all coast apparently when they're advertising it in the Czech. Republic. So, you're right. It was almost a market waiting to be created a to take that proportion of the passengers going from the Czech, republic, to Croatia, and that's a really stunning success. Because as you say, it wasn't even before and you couldn't actually got a direct line or we was a bit of a struggle as I recall to get a direct line from Lugano to react up, which is where the train was ending up and the train from the Czech Republic on radio jet jet whatever you WANNA call them. That was going through Lubiana so it could potentially be quite handy for me in the future. Is there a perception do you think that people feel like whether it's scientifically the case or not but feel like trains are currently a safe away to travel I guess there's a a feeling that you can open a window that you're not cooped up and breathing recycled air and having to be strapped in neck in close proximity to other passengers. The. Mind be that and it would depend on the train. Wouldn't it? I, mean th that's west. Serbia's trains would be a big advantage which I know you've traveled. that. The clapped-out old rolling stock with opening windows. So mean if I were working for the Serbian railways right now be saying, Hey, our windows open and. Off You go guys as much ventilation as you want I, think regional jets have been trying to. have themselves be marketed as a little bit more upscale even though that ticket prices are very cheap. They've been buying rolling stock from Australian railways and doing atop and You know the the coaches which were second at first class on Austrian railways running as second-class on radio jet trained. So that actually trump be comfortable, not just cheap cheerful and well ventilated and think at the time as well. The the very low numbers of coronavirus infections. In both the Czech Republic and Croatia, seven people talked about travel corridors will what's more Colorado like the train it literally has a corridor on a very often how important will this have been to Croatia this summer pasta because obviously like everywhere in the world reliant on tourism and the Adriatic coast of course, you're certainly reliant on tourism it will have been devastating is this been at least a little bit of a cap on the losses? Absolutely it's helped enormously and the architects were very good as well. If you can imagine these trains arriving Rica and disgorging at every turn hundreds of check tourists getting onto coaches to take them to other places on the Croatian coast. This was the way of saying we're safe and those pictures made it into the international media and as a result Kara's tourism season was down but it wasn't a disaster. God. bacchus correspondent. Thank you as always for joining us.
Why you should never be afraid to walk your talk
"About Good Morning. I am sorry not sorry I have to tell you. I am so ready to break myself a some of these habits, some of these ways of speaking some of these things that I do that diminish my my expertise or my confidence that make me play small. How about you? How we stop apologizing for everything. If you are listening and you are guy well, you may get something out of this too but I'll have to say. That emphatically. We, undermine our power, our confidence, our ability to get a point across because of diminishing words that we use, and so I just WanNa throw some out to you just there's one. Oh my gosh you see they are just they just creep into our everyday language. Okay. So here it is stop saying you're sorry. Let's just. Can we agree on that? Stop saying you're sorry for everything. What I have read is instead just say, thank you for your patience. Thank you for your patience. In a little I don't even know how to say it. Right. Thank you for your patience. So here's a bunch of words that we just have to next. So I'm just dropping this in this morning. Chest you see I set it again, oh my God. Just is like a minimizing word. So I just caught myself twice unconsciously saying. I'm telling you these things are unedited and unpredicted in you're getting the real deal Kara here. Okay. Here we go. Stop apologizing. Stop saying just. Stop seeing actually. Actually, just want want me to write the Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah no power in those words. Okay just actually sorry. How `bout kind of and sort of. I don't know when we started saying this. I noticed that women say it a lot and I've caught myself and you may catch me saying it. Kind of sort of. It's like diminishing completely cutting in half everything you're saying. And basically admitting that you're not really sure. Of what you're saying. Kind of sort of how about this one I say this one does that make sense? Or does this make sense? And what that's doing one is it's not. It's Oh my gosh. It is diminishing what other people may have the capacity of understanding. And, it's also diminishing your own ability to communicate. How about should? I should do this I say this all the time. So I'm bringing to you what I need to stop myself from saying. And I just caught myself a couple of times in these habitual patterns. Stop the sorry. Stop undermining how you speak and what you have to say. If we really want to walk talk in this world. To really be in our power to stand on our feet and share. Our own brilliance. This genius that streaming through us. As women, we need to watch our words. I have two daughters. So I know that how I speak I model the way they speak out in the world. My daughter, my my oldest daughter, who's twenty six is dealing with A. A neighbor in her apartment building. And it's an older man. And Boy Oh boy had his she having to stand on her feet and speaker ground. But this is a she is being squeezed and. Coaching her. To really stand on her feet. So my friend if you are listening and are feeling this. Right these words down and then put a big x through them. Sorry. Actually. Kind of sort of should just. Does this make sense. Can we stand. On our feet in confidence and say what we need to say. Without trying to soften it. It's okay. It's okay to walk your talk in fact, we need you. To Walk Your Talk.
Homes Destroyed In Los Angeles, Evacuations Remain For El Dorado Fire Sparked By Pyrotechnics
"Wildfires have burned more than two million acres in the Golden Golden State this year, setting a state record even as crews battle dozens of growing blazes and swell thing. Temperatures today. And investigators now know what started it all. The Eldorado wildfire has forced thousands of evacuations and several other communities. Investigators believe it sparked in a park Saturday when a family used pyrotechnics to shoot a gender reveal announcement. Cal Fire investigators say those family members did try to put out the flames. But now they could face numerous charges, including the reckless lighting of a fire and they could be liable for losses and firefighting costs. That was Kara
A gender reveal party sparked a wildfire in California that's grown to over 7,000 acres
"California governor Gavin Newson has declared a state of emergency in five counties are several wildfires continue to rage. Thousands of people remain under evacuation orders and with the extreme heat on the way again today, neighbors very worried about what this fire might do. Hot spot crew talked with us about its erratic nature overnight in four different Direction Since we've been here started, it was pushing to the east and the north and then big Western wind shift and then today was moved to the south out of the north winds and winds. Bin Pretty dramatically inconsistent. That's K CBS reporter Kara Finnstrom. One of the fire started after some fireworks were set off a gender reveal party. The Eldorado Fire has burned 7000 acres and is 5%
California wildfires: Fires rage across thousands of acres
"Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in five counties as several wildfires continue to rage and that includes the Eldorado Fire, which which started started started Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. KCBS KCBS KCBS reporter reporter reporter Kara Kara Kara Finnstrom Finnstrom Finnstrom says says says it it it has has has burned burned burned 7000 7000 7000 acres acres acres and and and his his his 5% 5% 5% contained contained contained thousands thousands thousands of of of people people people remain remain remain under under under evacuation evacuation evacuation orders. And with the extreme heat on the way again today, neighbors very worried about what this fire might do. Hot spot crew talked with us about its erratic nature overnight in four different Direction Since we've been here started, it was pushing to the east and the north and then big westerly wind shift. And then today it was Move to the south out of the north. Winds and winds been pretty dramatically inconsistent. More than 500 personnel have been deployed to the fire, along with 60 engines and four helicopters. The
Steve Bannon is Arrested and Charged With Fraud in 'We Build the Wall' Campaign
"Trump campaign adviser and White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon this afternoon pleaded not guilty to federal fraud charges. Correspondent Kara Scannell says Bannon has been charged with ripping off people who gave money to an effort to privately built part of the Southern border wall. But this is actually correspondent Steve Kastenbaum, Steve Bannon and others claim that all money raised for a border wall between the U. S and Mexico was going toward Their cause. But the U. S attorney claims Bannon and others defrauded donors to the We build the wall campaign by secretly passing on hundreds of thousands of dollars to Bryan Cole Fage, the triple amputee Iraqi War vet who founded the fundraiser. More than $25 million flowed to the online fundraising
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Save lives. Okay we're back. We Tamed Scott. Kara Swisher compound of the year Comma has managed to do excellent job. Scott we're gonNA Listener Mail now you've got an interesting email last week from someone who wanted to remain anonymous about their experience at we work. They said that their family member worked as a salesperson at the company for about six months before quitting thing they were paid more on commission than the rent the tenant was paying for. We work for the entire lifetime. At least they signed got. Can you talk about this room. Manager session basically basically this shows they were indications this model was gonNA fail long before there s one and this is what the listener said this scheme essentially. So what do you think about that arm. MM seriously my mind stop. I still can't get over the fact you beat out the daily for podcast or the year anyways branches catching up to what's going on today but anyways so like you know who caused us this listener Armao thing Amazon and that is Amazon. Basically reconstructed a reshape the relationship between investors and the marketplace and as a result absolutely reshaped behavior capital allocation. Now how did this happen. How do we work but go ahead? Let me see it's A. It's a long winding road but I'm a I'm a thought leader. Let me just do Michael Barone voice go on go on so anyways you know him. I'd love to have some dirt on him. He's I think very intriguing anyways for the first time for the first time in history Accompanied Got Third Most Valuable Company in the world and arguably the most influential company in the world with almost no or negligible profitability and what Amazon top the markets to do which drive everything. Compensation typically drives everything is they taught the markets to replace profits with vision and growth and so all of a sudden selling seton companies. Take a page out of that book and as long as we can massively grow the top line line. Profitability takes a distant number two so if we as a means of growing our top line faster than any real estate company in history can incentivize brokers to get any any tenant in these these ten new buildings or facilities were opening up every week and create a top line growth that is unprecedented. The world a real estate if we build.
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"I know let's get right back to Canada. Let's get back to pivot live from elevate in Toronto. I wonder if they have free psychological testing kind of hand. What is the what is your win so I always get a name wrong? Young phoebe Waller Bridge feely waller bridge the yeah. The Creator and star of what I think is the best here is the last few years. I'm not playing Monday morning quarterback. I love this for a while. top four top winner at the Emmys for words best comedy and it's also indicates kind of a an interesting shift and that is is Amazon prime has finally starting to make inroads against net flex find the time to deal with her twenty million bucks a year right to create more stuff and and and Jeff Bezos said bring me my game of thrones and instead of a dragon you got dame but it's working for him and Amazon is now in I think about one hundred million homes one two hundred fifty overnight flags people with Amazon Prime Watch five hours a week versus ten for net flex but it just shows how incredibly powerful infinitely cheap capital is when you can go into Jason Industry and Star monetize it as you said across paper towels but I think it's probably a pretty negative forward looking indicator for Netflix because just a a a quick quick micro class here. If you think about all the companies that have gotten past three or four hundred billion dollars market cap they have several things in com and but one of them is the vertical they build and manufacture their own products they distributed and then control the end distribution Google controls your android phone apple has has their own stores now in addition to their own totally vertical Amazon obviously totally vertical controls up until can even put stuff in your home now with ring net flicks got to about one hundred and fifty billion but they're not vertical and I think in in this goes to the prediction but I think Netflix is going to start to erode value is all these other companies find reasons to spend billions on content to distribute across their loyalty programs are hardware devices and Netflix is not vertical they don't control the TV. They don't control the screen so I think an interesting acquisition would be net net flix to acquire Sony because not only would they get a lot of original content reverse integrating them back into content Anton creation they would get owned and operated platforms in the form of Sony televisions Sony playstations and they could control the distribution. If you will never going to happen knocking it can happen why not reed hastings but move along Reed Hastings won't do well. You're talking about a Broadway show Gimme netflix acquiring Sony I mean there's unrealistic and there's that win is with this idea phoebe fleabag. It's wonderful you haven't seen it. It's inspiring show but the winner is is is phoebe Waller Bridge my winner. This week is whistle blowers. I love a whistle blower as you might imagine but I like whistle as do this legally and are protected by our governments I think it's critical to the functioning democracy that whistleblowers have protections and in two cases. Mit Mit Media Lab I actually just did interview with whistleblower aid which is the group that that helped Ronan Farrow come find this whistleblower at mit this woman woman who was in the Development Department and was able to legally bring forward emails that of course implicated a lot of people at Mit Mitee in taking money from Jeffrey Epstein and hiding it. I thought that that was a great system to work at work in the right way and then secondly in this case was civil all right is also involved in this in the Ukrainian whistleblower the intelligence officer who is trying very hard to remain anonymous. I I've fourteen seconds where trump trump tweets his name. I'm worried about that but or his or her name. I don't know if it's a woman I think that whistle blowing is is critically important morton in this age especially when there's so much digital footprints for these people the the the trump mission happens to be completely incompetent and how it's it just writes. It's everything down now where you're going to now we were going to lean on a on Ukraine or the Korean president. You know there was a good joke. It's a nice country you have their. It'd be a shame if something happened to it. it was the it was a mobster mentality that they just like and releasing that the phone call just even the small amounts they released is just. It's literally like yeah I did. I did the murder here. Let me show you the body that kind of stuff. It's really interesting but it starts with a whistleblower so I think whistleblowers are the best people ever when they do it in the correct way. I liked that in my my loser loser was going to be founders talked about. I'll pick a new one and I'll couch it. In something positive I do think I'd like to think that immunities are kicking in across a number of dimensions in a weird way. The immunities kicked in around disclosure around we and said you know we're sick. A private companies foisting these Unicorn Feces on tourists at the startups zoo you in the retail markets and we're not going to allow you to to kind of inflict that sort of economic loss on retail investors. I'd also like to thank immunities kicking in around what I call saw fascism and that is leaders in Europe in the US who've decided to bypass Congress demonize immigrants and effectively not condemned violence against their political enemies and and the repudiation of Boris Johnson were twenty three of his own party defected to the other side. I think is a very hopeful sign and I'd like to think in America. The immunities are kicking in is well. Oh so am I loser is the soft fascism the past passes for what is leadership in some what traditionally been great great democracy so loser a soft fascism and I know that makes no sense help me bring me back Toronto they fascism listen soft ashes and sounds like a meal of some sort such ranks on the US. I go I go. We're such Williamson's progressive. We I go on Fox News. Because I consider myself part of the resistance I want to go behind enemy lines and because because I've called for the breakup of ticked detect introduced me no joke because this socialist anime will you say that like it's a bad thing seven ten happiest countries in the world at one thing in common they're socialist list and by the way happiness is not only a function of thinking Oh my kid can get a gulfstream because he might go to mit because we're rich and the only people in America innovator people with rich kids top one hundred under universities more people from the top one percent of households in the bottom sixty percent who gets into Google facebook Amazon and apple the kids that go to the top school so do the math we used to be about upward mobility. The middle class kids like US instead. We're upper mobility about crazy upper mid mobility about rich people so the notion that you not only have happiness from what you you can get but happiness from fear from what could be taken away from you right now in America and you don't suffer from this. Oh your wife has lung cancer which also means you're going going bankrupt right so the notion that we have some sort of we have modern societies that have capitalism or you can be rich. You can have the spoils of being great at what you do but at the same time you take away these immense disastrous fear and anxiety from people you know that's something that we should all aspire to so we we are I think learning and this notion that they can call us socialists. Well you know what boss I'm fine communist Socialist. I'M GONNA start calling the far I would it. Is that have taken over. Some of these governments now does their fascist fat fascism is refusal to condemn violence a it's a it's a demonization of immigrants rants and it's extreme nationalism. What better describes the administration overseeing where I live right now or some of the very dangerous things that's going on in Europe so fine? I'm a socialist socialist fascist. Let's get let's get to it all right. Okay well running for office the Democrat we'll see how that goes well. I'm hoping I hope for the best hope for the Best I plan for the worst so my fail is facebook buying a startup which I've interviewed the CEO of this company that's researching how to implement noninvasive brain impulses that could do do things like text with your thoughts so Zuckerberg in our brains. I thought facebook dating was bad enough yeah so I'm finding this to be problematic automatic that the facebook keeps marching into areas that I think again they should work on their business and they have been they've been trying to fix their problems for sure but I think yeah I know they have to keep growing but it seems a little desperate to move from all like libra and see enormous problems all over the globe yeah and of course it's only their own wallet even though they say it's an independent. It's just not so linked to facebook. They're going into the Lieber. They're going into dating and now they're going into mind control so mind controlling whatever I don't think there's a difference I find it fascinating on one thing that they still continue to be this ambition and a little bit desperate because they just can't you know their businesses doing rather. Well really make their business as good as it could be. I I wish they would do that. Instead of you know if feels like this'll make a great press release this'll be and then it'll go nowhere Ryan's when Google started doing like fifty eighty three moon shots all at once when I wish they would just fix their search and youtube and things like that so so I think Zack in our brains is my fail. Yes absolutely you have to quickly make a prediction of okay so I I love socks in the markets. PELETON's going public. Today may already be public but effect typically what happens is when a company goes public and has does really poorly fewer companies get out and CASS Apollo across the entire market so the markets are typically not only review looking but they can only see five or ten feet behind him so when a company has a tremendous leap poor. IPO IT literally early cuts the number of companies that can get out and half. I'm GonNa Company is a great. IPO A flurry of companies come to the market and I would describe as right now. We're in a bit of a chill not only from what's happened with Uber but the we company going from fifty billion deserves put Chil- so telethon is going out today and it's a really interesting company. It has forty five points of gross margin margin on its bikes. These are apple hardware like margins. It has a recurring revenue stream. It does have in fact I've kind of service. The SAS element to it. They've managed show unbundle. This APP is paid for APP from the bike which is impressive. It's growing like crazy. It's also losing money going out in puts it price at the high end of the range would shock me last last night. It's going out. I think it's GONNA decline in value but it'll hold so I think it's going to be off ten to thirty percent in the next six months and hold we also have a Hollywood agency. A famous is Hollywood agency going public in the next couple of weeks endeavor which is incredible collection of assets but it's not entirely clear the synergy there and evaluation Asian. They're trying to go out so I think what we're about to see is companies. These great good to great companies get out but they're going to recognize a ten twenty percent decline in value but then they will hold. We're not gonNA see the fifty billion two zero so my prediction and I realize this isn't that enthralling is it. The stocks that come out over the next three to six months careful are going to be yeah. People are going to be a little bit more measured. It's going to be a little bit more. PG Thirteen and we'll see a small check back but they won't collapse the way we saw weekly will oh be a lot of IPO's supposedly talent to your airbnb curious. Perhaps pinch story out and doing quite well. Actually Pinterest is probably the best-performing of the attack is the big AIRBNB AIRBNB big can we yes. We can't just hand all right all all right so here's the thing capitalism with a conscience freedom from fear being taken away from you a series of good universities. There are affordable bill for the middle class. The American dream is alive. The problem is it's alive in Canada the you you just suck up to the Canadian magazine smell on your buddy like somebody's flying all right you are we are brothers in arms. You are an inspiration for us and it's my dad reminds me every Sunday night. You have the fastest frontline hockey. Thank you Canada. Thank you the America. We are with you all right. Thank you very much. This is pivot live from Toronto. I'm Cara Swisher Moore. Are you have to say I'm Scott Galloway all right. Thank you very much. Everyone that's a show show. What do you think Scotch and we up and move to Canada and get gay married? What do you think I'm an you know? every marriage is a triumph over experience and I'm trying to be more hopeful so let's get on it between the two of us. We're coming up on nine or ten are we. Thanks candidate we love you. Do Today's show was produced by Rebecca Sonatas and Eric Johnson Eric Anderson is pivots executive producer. Thanks also Rebecca Castro drew boroughs and the shot Kirwa thanks to the people of Toronto and elevate eight for having US Scott You WanNa thank the People Toronto. Yes thank you so much. Go leafs. Make sure I don't even know what that is. Make sure you subscribe to the show on Apple podcast. If you like this week's episode owed leave us a review. Thanks for listening to pivot from box media. We'll be back next week for another breakdown of all things tech and business the mob queens is a new true crime podcast from our friends at stitcher..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"I've been told you're supposed to say Toronto Toronto now Toronto Rondo that's how it's spelled anyway. We flew out to elevate in Toronto to do pivot live this week. They say it's south by southwest of Canada a here Michelle Obama is there there. Are you ready. Let's do a Keira. Here's pivot live from elevate in Toronto L. Right Scott Get yourself together all right good. I'm good so first off. I off Canada Toronto so my father is eighty nine and returned eighty-five as any good son. Does I said Dad. You'RE GONNA be dead. Soon your bucket list you need to create a bucket list and every a year I will take something off your bucket list. He said okay. I'll think about this and I'll put it together. So what do you want to do and I think it's going to be well. I WANNA a home to Scotland or I want to spend time with you and your sons and every year for the last six years it's been the same thing I want to the opening night of the leaves at the Air Canada Centre for the last six years and he thinks about it every every year and then he tells me the same thing we go see usually the leafs lose and he grabbed me says we need to do something very important to have to the game and grab a CAC and we go to the dark reaches a King Street or something and he takes me by and by the way I've never seen my dad doesn't cry and the only time I've ever seen him cry when the bagpipers come out pre-game and the leafs and he just loses it anyway after the game he takes a cab to the dark reaches of Toronto Ronna we walk out tells the cab to wait and he looks up and he says you see that apartment. Yeah I see it and it's pretty nondescript brick apartment. He's like Third Floyd. You're over two three apartments. See the broken air conditioner. He's done this four times in a row and he held my hand and it goes. That's why you were conceived conceived. My guy says it angrily like it's my fault anyway so I'm very honest when I say literally for me. Everything began in Toronto so wait a second aside for your egregious kissing up to Canadians here ears right. I I was not born in Canada. Where are you Canadian? Make my parents mad here and then you become a landed citizen center. Whatever so you can escape trump when the time comes all Americans kind of honorary Canadian citizens I mean now we kind of like for the most part are we brothers and sisters is an arms at this point now? I'm making want us Scott Technology his aqua hires. I think we should have an invasion Asian higher. I think we should invade you and have your leadership takeover our country well. We'll get to your leadership in a minute. We'll get to your leadership and we got some issues with your leaders right now our we have worst issues. You know brown phase orange face. It's a problem right now anyway. This is our first international TRIPP Scott. That's it's right for our honeymoon. We were invited. It's not going to happen for you. We know yeah you know absolutely right now. There is nothing ever happened between you've been watching the dog. I didn't write your wife. Is another another issue anyway so so so anyway so here we are in a in Toronto. We big fans here. We were asked by lots of cities. He's and this is our first well. We went to New York and done live events there but be someone from Toronto wrote a ten part thread on how pitches scale it's business including its network effects and I think I think it's good. I think this selection of Toronto is the best decision we've made. So far. The let's get started. We would like to know what is going on with Justin Trudeau. We thought he was just dreamy and now apparently he's not so dreaming. So what what can anyone give us a an idea of what's happening embarrassment embarrassment so the election is in October is that right four weeks is going to win the tallest midget which really fascinating to us from the United States and look listen. We got something going on down south. That's pretty major going on this week an impeachment of the president but one of the things that was fascinating to me. He is my kids and I they like Justin Trudeau. He's got like the appeal you know. He's got the jury meeting going on and honeymoon period especially the United States like come here and be president didn't this and that after trump was elected and it was really fascinating to me. My son was seventeen my other son's fourteen we were like how bad add could it be like. Someone said he had been in Brown face and we we're like how bad could it be like. People possibly did this in college. It's really it is racists. No matter how you slice it and but how bad could it be and then we saw the picture and we thought this guy took a lot of effort to do this and that was most fascinating channing was like that is flawless makeup you horrible man and so that was what was interesting me and then three times all fantastically done which was horrible horrible in through the practicality. That's this is when it gets really scary. As you think about the prep the actual prep and you put yourself in the room or he's going Yup. This is a really good idea on a risk adjusted basis this makes a lot of sense yeah imagine and then and then you decide to do it a second and a third time but that's not disqualifying what is really disqualifying is using taxpayer funds to basically co op to foreign government into pursuing his political enemies that is treason like that's our guy. That's our guy we'll get to him. I'm in a minute but first of all so anyway. It's really we're watching it from afar. But of course we have our issues in our country so we should talk and we do often about about trump. We'll talk about that in a minute. What's going on there but I think that we have to do a big story breakdown? Let's begin to begin with. We work following our work on we work do they. Have we work in Toronto. Okay so this week the CEO Adam Newman is out and the question is is have we hit peak founder. Now we're talking about. We work even though both Scott and I think that we work is not a tech company Scott. How do you feel about this? I think Komo feel like you're somewhat responsible for the situation yeah so the autopsy on we work will be death by `Swan which is our perspective perspective or the SEC. It was actually a victory for the markets because if you look at what's happened to we work in the last thirty days. It's a company that Goldman said was going to go public was taking them public at a range of sixty fifty two ninety billion you know twice value Ford Motor and now it's worth zero it literally is worth probably less than zero. It's got forty two billion dollars in long-term leases and three doing dollars in revenues and loses a billion and a half dollars for every dollar it spans in top line with no margins it loses fifty cents and it's not a company that scaling scaling that has great gross margins like Google or even a Peleton which is supposed to go public today whereas positive gross margins once it gets to a certain top line it would be profitable. This is a company that similar to Uber as it grows grows its losses so it's literally worth zero. We've had probably the greatest destruction in shareholder value over a thirty day a period that we've seen in a long long time but here's the good news there is a silver lining here the mandatory disclosure by our government agency the Securities and Exchange Commission and put out something that kind of was a whistle call for this incredible confidence that is still alive and well in American business in Kadian business called math and people showed up and saw this thing and said okay including myself and said and Keira said something is very wrong here so all of a sudden the value went from fifty billion to twenty billion ten billion to now zero but whose incurred those losses. This is the good news. We're getting to our next victim here lowly out the employers lost a lot of money which is a good which isn't good news obviously a lot of hurt a lot of employees the the move a lot of fund out of the UAE lost a lot of money okay and who lost the most money the company that has washed the dirty money of the Saudi Public Investment Fund and then has moved dollars into the US and as leaving with dimes. I think this is the ghost of Kashogi who by the way was dismembered by a bone soft funded by the Saudi government and basically as as far as I'm concerned Saudi Arabia. You should definitely invested vision fund to Right so here's the deal today interestingly enough. NBS It was was saying it. It happened on my watch. He was he was washing himself responsibility of Kashogi and then kept saying it happened on he said to Martin Smith which is in a documentary that's coming out that it happened on my watch but didn't take responsibility which was Donna Shing Yard can we we definitely definitely pivoted away from. We work there okay well. We always liked to get into dismemberment of journalists but he does it is related this idea of where the money comes from and I think I think more to the point the one of the things that people talked about is the focus was a lot on Adam Newman his pot-smoking and he bought a Surf Company and he bought this and that and he it was a bad manager. Essentially the fact matter is people enabled this behavior and allowed it with tech companies and he's not a tech startups in a way this sort of founder allowing them to behave in juvenile managers and so I think the real problem here is are the is the board of directors actors of this company which has allowed it to go on and continued and what was amazing was that Softbank which I think was essentially like provided the sugar to to like a toddler essentially like a whole giant bowl of sugar to to this management and then said I can't can't believe this management is doing what it's doing and so it seems to me that the Board board reform is a big deal whether it's the board of facebook whether it's the board which has no power or the board of this company and I think we have to really look at these investors because what happened after the Wall Street Journal story about him lighting up on a plane like you honestly. I don't care if he does that. He is that what is that air. Private plane are never going to get on so it was fascinating fascinating about that is they immediately then went after him as if they didn't know they were shocked by horrified. I know so that's what's really to me really the most annoying part of this. It's not so much Adam Newman look he's an interesting entrepreneur great idea great brand but but you know is is is running a non-economic Company essentially but that the board gets off and Softbank is off and MUSC- shoes on gets off and they shouldn't they are completely completely responsible for it as far as again you have to discern between a public company that is supposed to be representing stakeholders including the community and all the retail investors who piled into this if we work at gotten gone public a union worker in Detroit a teacher Ottawa through the T- teachers would have been a shareholder most likely and we work in them would have incurred heard those losses so the tragedy here the tragedy of the comments was presented prevented and if you look at sopping vision one was one hundred billion dollar fund. It's basically impaired now. It's probably not gonNA work because two of their biggest investments Uber and we work which they invested twenty billion dollars one hundred billion into if one of them catches AH sneezes vision one catches a cold and right now vision one fund from Softbank has full blown pneumonia so the notion that this thing is going to work. It's just it's just not going to happen and then there's some it has forty percent of the forty percent of the fund has what's called the preferred return meaning it gets seven percent per year in cash and so they're taking the few good it investments they have the proceeds of few good investments they've made and they've put it back into the forty preferred which means the sixty the remaining sixty billion of the fun but what you could think of as common is severely impaired so soft bank's adventures playing in traffic are about to come to an end it will die with a whimper not not a bang but this does represent something more on mental and that just as there's a tension between capital and labour there's a tension between capital and founders and when I was starting companies in the nineties nineties the general the general viewpoint was founder was there to start a company but they were crazy and irresponsible and as soon as the company became real you brought in some old guy with gray hair like Jim Barksdale.
"kara" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"All right now back to our show less than a month month from the date that kara disappeared an eighteen year old girl named kelsey smith left her home to go by her boyfriend a six month anniversary present. It would just be a quick trip trip. She was gonna pop in and out of a local target. Get in something she'd been thinking about and then be right home. She had to be right home because kelsey and her boyfriend had plans at seven thirty that night and she left her shortly before seven but seven thirty rolls around and her boyfriend shows up at her parents house to pick her up and she still isn't there and and at first. It's no like huge deal. Maybe she's running late but after another thirty minutes past chelsea's boyfriend and her parents start to worry even though she'd called alderman from inside the target store around seven. No one can reach her on her cell phone now after another thirty minutes past. They can't just sit around and wait anymore. Maybe kelsey see was stranded in the parking lot. Maybe she was in an accident. They had to go find out so they drove the route to target expecting to find her car either on the away or in the parking lot but it wasn't there no car no kelsey and no sign of where she might be now. Kelsey is dad what is trying to remain calm you see he is actually a police officer himself. He knows what to do so he starts following like a checklist procedure in his mind checking off all the places that she could be and he calls around to local police agencies. Seeing if there had been an accident seeing baby she got pulled over but call all after call and he gets the same answer no kelsey while he's making these calls her family goes out trying to look for her her and they're driving around driving around and mind you it's well into the evening at this point and they spot something not too far from the target. Kelsey said that she was is going to go to in the parking lot. Just across the street from target was a macy's that was attached to a mall and in that macy's parking lot was chelsea's car. They rushed to the car hoping to find her inside but it's quickly clear that the car had been abandoned and what's inside inside the car just adds to the pressure of needing to find kelsey fast inside. They can see the present that kelsey bought for her boyfriend and her purse. Why would she leave. Her car abandoned in the middle of the lot with her purse. Inside the obvious answer is that she she wouldn't not willingly the rest of the family is called in and they tell them about the car and kelsey stat insist do not touch the car in that that moment he had the wherewithal enough to make sure to say you know if something bad has happened we cannot tamper with potential evidence but it takes everything in her dad's power not to rip the car apart when he shows up and sees that something is hanging out of the trunk police finally arrive on scene and the crime scene techs are able to open the trunk and to their relief kelsey was not inside i which is good news but then where is she no one knew and now within a month you have to girls about about the same age about the same bill just thirty minutes from one another who are both missing and cars family couldn't help but wonder if there were some kind of connection and this speculation brought more attention to cars case at a time when the public was already losing interest though oh the case is looked somewhat similar. I believe they were handled much differently. Kara was treated as a runaway in the first day whereas in calcium case within a day police were pulling surveillance video. They were trying to track her down. The first place they look is at target where she told her dad that she was going and she they know she was like on the phone with her mom there so she had to have made it there quickly able to spot her on video. She arrives in the parking lot at six fifty four for and then enters the target store at six fifty five and anyone who's ever been in a target store knows that there's like a zillion cameras so eliecer able to follow her every single move and they keep looking for something to pop out at them a person who she was talking to maybe even an encounter with a stranger but there there was nothing you can see her talking on the phone to her mom. She picked up the present picks up. Some wrapping paper goes to checkout kowt walks to her car then pulls out of the parking space a few seconds later and drives away and this was almost more confusing if nothing happened to her at target. She planned to come right home after that. Where could something bad happened to her yeah. Where did she go. What could have happened. They had no who leads the investigators decide to take one more detailed look at the footage and they get like ten people in a room together. They blow it up on the screen just looking for anything that stands out the watch closely and they see the same thing she shops apps. She's calm. She checks out she goes to her car and leaves but one investigator says wait. Did you see that rewind it again now. The footage we have of kelsey leaving is hard to see her car is in the very corner of the screen and it's a blurry. We shall not what they had seen. All along was kelsey. Put her bags into the passenger side of the car then she walks behind the car to the driver's side and it's here when kelsey is on the driver side that the investigators spotted something just a blur maybe to the naked eye. You literally really don't even catch it when you're watching the video the first couple of times but when someone pointed out you can't unsee it. It's a person presumably zuma beach a man who rushes across the parking lot. I'll and attacks kelsey within seconds. He has her in the car and they're driving driving away from the scene and this is in the middle of a parking lot in broad daylight right yet. This is taking place in the summer so at seven o'clock at night. It is bright eight outside. The video is broad daylight. No one saw a thing in the parking lot was packed. No one heard a thing god. She was rushed by someone forced into her car and then driven off. I watched an interview with her dad that he did and i just started weeping when he was talking about this part because he said this is when i knew i i knew someone had her and i i couldn't do anything to help her. Now that police no she was attacked in the parking lot. They decide to go back through the footage a third third time and try to determine where her attacker met or spotted her like i said before. She hadn't talked to anyone in the store but now that they they knew what they were looking for. He was easier to spot there. Blur that rushed kelsey was wearing a light top and dark pants the hands and when they re look at the footage from inside the store this time they notice someone in the same clothing a man and he isn't following following close behind kelsey but every time she's in the frame so is he keeping his distance but you can see his eyes following in her watching her trying to see if she's with someone and determining when he can make his move police see that when kelsey goes to check out the man leaves the store and makes a beeline for the parking lot presumably to lay in wait now again to reiterate the difference in kelsey case i cars this is day two and we have all of this info granted. It's not like we had a ton of video from where kara kara went missing. We didn't see anyone pick her up but in this case things just seem to be moving so much faster so they have this image from target. They get a clear photo of their mystery man. They put it out to the public and within a day they have two thousand tips. Come flooding in oh my god now people are calling in suspecting every person they've ever met and it's not until the next day when they're able to determine what this guy was driving that they're able to narrow down their suspect pool. They spot him. He's driving this blue pickup truck and he arrived in the target parking lot just seconds before kelsey healthy. Oh not after i kind of assume that he followed her. No the more police look into this the more it's clear that this this might have been a totally random act which again i think is one of the reasons people are wondering like oh my gosh. Could this be connected to cars case. This is just some maniac we have in town who is randomly attacking young girls that he sees. It's not like a target specific to kelsey. I think that's why so many people so much more terrifying exactly with the information they now have about the vehicle they're able to narrow down their suspect pool drastically and and one name that was called in looks like it could be there by a man named edwin hall the track him down and of course he says says he's never met her doesn't know her like oh sure i might have seen her in target but we never had any contact but his story begins to change when they confront front him with the fact that his fingerprints which they took when they brought him in were found inside her car three and a half days after kelsey went missing searchers found around her nude and lifeless body she'd been sexually assaulted and strangled and she was found just minutes from cars home which again and made family and the public question even more if these cases were connected edwin ended up confessing to chelsea's murder to avoid the death penalty he said that day he just decided to attack someone and then he saw kelsey target thought she was really young made a comment about how he liked her legs and picked her out of everyone in the store. Never met her before didn't know her would have probably pick if someone else if they wouldn't have crossed paths but he swore that this was his first murder and he didn't have any involvement in any other their case. I'm going to call on that same. One of the investigators on calcium case is listen. We haven't been able to link him to anything else. We haven't been able to link him to cars case in fact we think they're not involved but every bone in my body everything in my gut says that this was not his first attack attack of wait so you're saying that they don't think that this guy was involved in cars disappearance so again like early days i think think they thought possibly he could have been and i think for a long time but then something changed you know as police learn more about the victim. They learn more about their perpetrator. They said.
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"This next one will be good so so that's a cell yes. That's a cell okay. Got it so this question is excellent. Have you made many enemies on pivot. Here's the thing and here's the thing and i have i have. I think you need a code. I think everyone else to have occurred. I make personal personal attacks and code around personal attacks only with people who are more powerful than you otherwise it's bullying and also if you have people who love w. and you're economically secure and you got a great job or people. Give you license to say whatever you want. My heroes are ruth bader ginsburg kurt cobaine muhammad ali. Do you think they were living their life. Fucking fear float like a butterfly sting like a bee. I can do any job a man can do and it smells like teen spirit bitches personally. I think you're you're jealous of adam newman's hair but that's another used dream anyone seen him. Oh my god i'm coming back assuming my next life my rap his hair junior senator from pennsylvania he looks. I thought he has an argentinian. He's israeli but he has said argentinian polo player dreaming about yeah. That's another two turns out there right there seriously right there. Can you guys streaming bilo by the way i love his wife going on c._n._b._c. saying that a woman's role is to help manifest their husband's dreams like like like adam. Hey whatever works for you whatever works for you guys fine but by the way adam should be feel pretty manifested with seven hundred million dollars in secondary stock sales but for the company goes public but by the way you should buy shares yeah please. I should buy share well. He said it shows that he's optimistic but anyway well according to sources close to the company in that would be adam by the west. Give you a little less than in reporting when it says sources close the company. It's usually a top executive in sources close to the situations the person just something like that ad. Did you know that welcome to welcome to journalism for you all right. What's the best bid of unconventional career advice you've gotten. Both of us won't mossberg. When i got the job at the wall street journal said to me go in parachute into the internet's the tech space with cleats. It's smash everybody's face. I think that worked out well for me. Best piece of advice ever comed- moga. Dom the chairman now of prollo gis read said to me after the dot com bubble burst and i mean i just got run over by that and i was feeling very sorry for missile said nothing's ever as good or as bad as it seems and i've i have found that has really helped me because when i think i'm killing it. It's easy to blame the markets for your failures and credit credit your your character and your grip for your own success when things are going really well. It's important to realize it's not entirely your fault and in the same time when things get really bad it's also important and it's helped me realize it's not entirely your fault in this too shall pass. Nothing's ever as good or as bad as it seems. Instead the algebra happiness go on go ours on scott's book which is number thirteen on apple books by angry depressed professors erectile dysfunction. I was planning to read it on vacations. Yeah thanks for saying that you need to start investing this relation yeah. I think i'm gonna read it at some point. In my life all right <hes> care you were spot on with your prediction that no one would have a landline and i agree that personal cars are on the way out. What is the next thing to go. I'm going to write a follow on that story so that cars only car is going to be like owning a horse someday like a hobby become thing i have sold my car. I am working without a personal car ownership and so i'll be writing an update of it which is really interesting..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Sara. Is it time yes scott. Let's go back to pivot live from new york city all right so we're going to do some live questions in the audience instead ahead of making predictions. We're going to get some from you and questions by the way just while awaiting. You should never have a big event without inviting canadians. Where am i canadians. They're in the back from halifax word. I met them at a bar last night. He'll my god by the way just if you wanna meet people who are emotionally secure secure super friendly and if they get sick will not be bankrupted and go to a good university. The american dream is alive. It's just a live in canada. Welcome welcome canadians canadian the question i by the way andros oregon is a spy for the canadian government this you know this. You know it's true. I love andy ross ross. He had a good column today. Chastising the power people. He enjoys talking to all the time if you were moderating moderating political debates. What questions would you ask. That haven't come up scott. Oh my god where to start okay so you want aw open borders. There's a billion people who want to come to the u._s. Does that mean we no longer have a process for legal immigration. Does that mean you're a soccer or if you actually go through the process of trying to get here legally. That'd be my first question. I know it's not cool not to endorse open borders. I think it's ridiculous that the democratic candidates would basically basically we shouldn't demonize undocumented workers but at the same time we shouldn't turn everyone coming here and saying they're here for asylum into saints. The murder rates in central america. Arca plummeted yet applications for asylum gone up. There's some new there's some nuance here. Oh we wanna give free college to everybody. You know what that is. That's a transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich because because eighty percent of kids in the wealthiest households go to college only a third of kids in poor households go to college you want to transfer more wealth to the rich then yeah make college free for everybody the fuck fucking thinking at some point demo- democratic candidates have to double down on capitalism. We have mistaken cronyism for capitalism. That's what we have on the right right. We have to embrace capitalism. We believe in a certain level of winners and losers without any empathy we can't level the playing field so yeah my question for democratic kind the following step up to the plate and start endorsing the greatest sources of good in the history of mankind and that is the american middle class and capitalism capitalism. Thank you all right. What would you ask. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very very much. So if i ask i would probably ask about tech 'cause. I'm like that like what are they gonna do what i would ask about check i. I'm never gonna get brought. It up really haven't brought it on what i what they haven't brought up at all but it's not a big thing. It's not a big topic. I think if you were still care if you were still a daily reporter what would you be interested uncovering that is i was just talking to scott about that backstage. I would like to see if i can get someone else fired like the uber guy i just. There's a a couple of companies. Would you like to see farad right now. I would like mark to move to chairman of facebook. I'd like to put a professional c._e._o. Cheryl she was fired. I i think she's hardly the point is i've written. I think he's not going down this road with you because he has full control of the company just like the work is has the work has all these these sub-standard juvenile men who are have complete control of companies is a problem. I think they fall into the same trap. That's the perversion of women have to navigate eight this hunger games to get to the sweet in technology and once they're there they become a protected class. We need more female c._e._o. Sites that we don't have an existential crisis every time we tried to fire one right. Yes ask because let me just say because women really are the problem in tak. That's how i get. Please give me a break..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"They are ahead of that hiring pace right now and we didn't have to give them fucking red cent because we said no so so you were right. Your prediction was right. We're moving to predictions. I like when you let them rant if you i never let anybody talk but this guy i enjoy so we've been very judgy over the last few months six months then we're going to get to the people in a second. We're gonna go slightly over some winners. There's for you patagonia refusing to solve this detect grows. I was great prediction. Basis medium posts calling out his dick pic bullies. The national enquirer well-done scott meghan rupee no in general awesome awesome. I had some winners and losers the f._t._c.'s five-billion-dollar parking ticket which is what i dubbed it new york times the time representative steve king didn't know that google doesn't make the iphone but he's done so much fantastic take works. It's hard you know. Occasionally are going to get a wrong so all these winners and losers where we get to the questions skins. What what do you think the most biggest winner and the biggest loser was. I think about companies so i love walmart and disney because 'cause i think they're punching back. I love to see all the kamikazes. I know that's boring punching back against amazon to allow streaming service swimming service. I like walmart arline. I think they're doing interesting things. That just felt so flat..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"We have all of a sudden decided he doesn't like. He doesn't like trump. No he doesn't the only thing he has no tolerance for is being out of the media cycle and so let's talk. Can we skip to a story versus the reality. Can we talk about this. This is the six month anniversary of amazon deciding. They were pulling out of new york work right. Yes we are in new york right now we are here's the story amazon. Thanks we need a second headquarters. Let's let's think about this this thoughtfully. Let's think about what city wants us the most where there's the most universities where what city would among other things maybe help us provide some subsidies jeez and let's have this contest and let's put together a team and let's let's see let's let the best city emerge and then they pick new york and then you're comes in and a bunch of crazy liberals chase them out of new york and they pick up their tent and they leave okay. That's the story and i think the media's largely bought into that narrative. This is how it played out a fifty four year old man where the hundred and fifty billion things. I wanna roll in new york and d._c. We always knew that you always knew that it was always coming here and by the way i predicted this in january. I'm not preaching. I just understand what fifty four year old man thanks okay and here's the thing one hundred and fifty billion. There's here's the thing this is what happens when you get more money. You start getting some money and you start seeing the end. Both those things have happened to me. You become the master of no you get to say no more often than anyone what else so does the master of know who can say no more to anything and anybody in the world decide. I know i'm going to spend fourteen weeks a year rolling in columbus ohio. It's a very nice so he was always coming to new york. He was always coming to d._c. They announced new york. The worst poker players in the world total incompetence mayor de blasio who who should run for president said no one ever the by the way. I'm thinking i'm really hoping for an all new york ticket between kirsten gillibrand mayor de blasio. Let's call it the brighten up a room by leaving a ticket. Okay de blasios cuomo. The worst poker players in the world give three billion dollars to a guy in the mother of all midlife crises which by the way i think he's going to go out and about forty or fifty years. Let's give them three billion dollars and then this is a rare victory of the grassroots against big tech they showed up in in a town that has got the greatest proportion of union members in this nation queens said. Are you gonna let the factories unionized this or we actively fight it. They said we'll actively fight it and they said but not here girlfriend and they kicked him out and by the way here's the data yes supposedly amazon's left taylor. Who's here in the back. Who works with me at section. Four ran around the data on linked in amazon in new york has eight hundred and fifty open job requisitions right now versus a quarter of that google and apple in the last six months since they announced they were leaving amazon is hired an additional thousand people and another five hundred people in a._w._s. In exchange for three billion dollars dollars they were gonna sing there. We're going to bring ten thousand jobs over four years..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"There are with the finest kabukicho. There's more free corporate freelance. Contract workers gig workers everywhere. So why did they do this in. This is essentially bullshitting feeling that that's what your mood is words matter and zeitgeist in our nation around this notion that shareholder value beyond anything. Thanks so it's worth repeating that we have stakeholders not just shareholder so i do think there's some positive value but at the end of the day you have to have federally mandated fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage because no firm wants to disarm unilaterally when you have a capital gains tax that has half as regular income tax. We've decided that wealthy eight people have more incentive to cheat than people just making money vis-a-vis salary when when you get to this point of income inequality what you're doing is we've created all these incentives incentives that say as you get wealthier. The incentives to cheat become greater as opposed to last are also. There's very few disincentives who went to jail from the financial crisis. This who's going to go to jail from the weaponization of the greatest experiment or the perversion of the greatest experiment in history and that is democracy. Who's going to go to jail and you put facebook in in jail bombers. I'm not that's that's not. I wouldn't be appropriate for me to comment on why not wendy appropriate you literally close to make teen possibly questionable remark i don't i don't know if anybody's i'm choosing my words very carefully. I don't know if anyone's broken the law. I think the guilty party is mark. Zuckerberg burgers shell steinberg. I think the guilty party is us who have decided not to put in place. The laws have regulated companies in the past. We have signed that. That's going to happen right yeah. They're being and broken up. I think the breakup of big tax started all right. Who's the first one to go well. What do you think i've been doing all the talking and that's that's our relationship. I impromptu actually kind of liken. It feels like jean. Martin and jerry lewis essentially how that's going to end you. You don't like to admit this but our relationship is much deeper than that really much deeper than that. No it's not anyways. I have other boyfriends oy friends so to speak. This is getting so awkward all right. I think they're going to pull instagram facebook. I think that's probably would yeah yeah but as little as we've talked so what is mark zuckerberg trying to do and this is literally. There was a disturbance in the force a couple of weeks ago and every marketing professor. You're in europe and north america had grandma seizure when mark zuckerberg said that he was doing away with essentially what's up and instagram is independent brands france and it was gonna be what's at by facebook and instagram by facebook which is literally like boeing announcing. I know let's call the triple seven the triple seven max because the seven thirty seven max is going so well well they said i know let's do porsche by volkswagen because we own it literally harass and what this comes down to is. It's another the reflection of the fact that the era of brand the sun has passed midday where these incredible assets called brand that create tens of billions and shareholder value have seeded way to the monopoly era which are worth hundreds of billions so you'd rather sacrifice these unbelievable brands called what's app and instagram mm-hmm in order to decrease the likelihood even one percent that we get our monopoly broken up so i think this was actually a brilliant move but it's another reflection flex that don draper has not only been dead. He's been drawn and quartered. We have left the brand era and we are now on the monopoly era and what mark zuckerberg is trying to do is con- joined triplets..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Bad. You've been good and it's time for an extra episode because you've earned it. You're welcome. We met up in new york. City in front of a live live audience scott manage not to get killed by someone to do an extra unfiltered episodes so it's very lively i don't know did you see the audience i would college. Sort of live live from new york. It's cara swisher and scott galloway consume scott. We're here live in new york. It's great to see you care very warm here hot and stuff like that so you've been away i was away. We were both on vacation although we did a couple couple of pivots but there's so much news. I'm not sure where to stop. But how is your vacation going. I left the shark zone of cape cod. How are you still doing <hes> you mean amityville gama rack and i've been i want swim in the pool right. I got that got that pool unless it's like a james bond by the way james bond is coming back for the twenty fifth film. It was announced today. Move along aw back to me all right okay. You go ahead so fear it. Just it's not about the agent of here. It's about the delivery right so we we all know the stats about sharks the idea the idea well the bottom line is about three times as many people will die having a vending machine fall on them and crush them this year than being by a shark but i would rather much rather like have a vending machine crush me then the death by twix bars stories i learned to surf in the bay area and then a kid had a chunk of his leg taken off by a great white and they said don't worry and serving lessons because what happens is the shark arctic great wide mistakes you i still takes you into his mouth and then realizing you're not a seal spits you out. I would rather die than have that experience when you when you rather have a sealed come up to you with an a._k._47. At some point seals are going to have access to a._k. Forty sevens and just kill you before actually having a great white clamp down on you and that moment of decision is as my food chain or not anyway so fucking sucked. I'm glad to be back back to you. Thank you you know there is some like stories i was looking at. There's a debate should locals. Deploy buoy drones to detect sharks. There's all kinds of things if they should get rid of the seals what what should happen. Is there a tech solution to this shark situation. Kill the seals in the sharks. Okay all right. Oh no any case scott. There's lots of news for us to talk about. I want to talk about just briefly. Something i tweet it today. Take on a lot of attention. It was a photograph of a white dude not getting up for a pregnant lady on the subway and set off a frigging 's firestorm on and i said you might want to look up and see this pregnant person in front of you and so it was really interesting because all the women had a million stories of this anyone who's been pregnant including myself of people not getting up got up for you and who didn't get up for you and so there was a a lot of ir towards this man who wouldn't get up and at the same time there was a whole postle of men who like one. Why didn't you just ask. Why didn't you say something like the personally personally phone and the second one is how do you like gender equality now and i'm not sure how that has anything to do with getting up for people in distress and the other one was what was the third third one. I've never seen it. Men always get up for women on buses so just general advice to men here. You should just as a rule never never assume unless you see the head crowning..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Stuck when we when we replaced in high schools civics courses with CS courses, you get Mark soccer. Okay. But one of the things I think they I think they will not I think they will not I think they'll sit it out like they think they did sit it out in the Clinton. They didn't give her a lot of money, but they obviously not going to fund Trump. There's no way a lot target executives are getting pretty hop. And a lot of getting involved in trying. Yes, they will some of them will we'll we'll put a lot of money towards it some of them will. But some of them will. I think sit out is what you're going to see a little bit more. And and you know, you're not gonna see Cheryl Sam refunding a Republican ever. I don't think that is going to you're going to see that happening or or or some of the others. So I doubt that what I what I what I think is that they are. I don't think they know where they belong. But what's interesting? There was a great story than your times this week about all the IPO's coming. There's going to be a lot more millionaires and billionaires coming and some of the new ones are quite kindly apparently. But but I'm thinking about Airbnb pinchers Uber, and let's see Airbnb is most certainly leaning left like Brian chess ski, and he's been very thoughtful about him tomorrow. So there's more money coming from not necessarily those companies from other places. I think the Uber executives might be more seventy percent of the senators elected by Rudd states. Because a lot of the smaller states that people don't want to live in get two senators, and because they don't have the economic opportunity to lead to leave. You're going to see this enormous woke as a business strategy, which leads into the most money is I think had to go to Democrats this time because it show me all the two-thirds the economic growth is moving to ten cities in the US. And it's scary. But show me someone is an urban dweller showing someone who lives in a same sex households headed by same sex couple show. Me college grads show me women who are increasingly economically independent. I'm going to show you democrat. So you're gonna see in the corporate world all of these companies discovering their new Wilk values. They're all gonna decide they want to they want to support capper, Nick, I all going to not not all of them. But you're about to see corporate America get in touch with its woke side as nothing to do with their principles. It's just the right thing. But go ahead. Whatever he would keep going keep going. Anyway, they're more progressive Bill. Probably you're going to be progressive with theme allows lesbians who conference. What was that Taffer sent that was rolling? Okay. Maybe that's the last time. We heard from. US cute. If it's from last let's beans are so far beyond y'all. It's not even funny. You were interviewing the cast was supposed to interview the cast. Our how many people here would like me to interview the cast of the l word. Said a lot of question. I have said no one never. I'm not even letting you near Jennifer beals. I'm just going to tell you that. Right. Be okay. Stop. And on that note. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you very much. We'll be doing. We'll be doing more of these live shows a lot because obviously. Hello. But thank you so much for coming, and please listen to pivot and tell your friends about thank you. All right, everyone this with our first pivot in front of a live audience at south by south west. We'll be back next week in the studio Rebecca synonymous produces show. Nishad Kirwa is the executive producer. Thanks also to Eric Johnson. Thanks to all the extra south by south west production crew. Thanks. You're listening to pivot from vox media. We'll be back next week for more of a breakdown in all things tech and business. If you like what you heard please subscribe on apple podcast or wherever you're listening. Hi, this is Karen Swisher editor at large Recode. I want to tell you about something, my friend, Casey Newton is working on as you probably know Casey is the Silicon Valley editor of the verge, and he has a fantastic newsletter that you should subscribe to. And it's just a really smart witty look into the cultural reckoning over tech platforms and the way they're affecting everything we do.
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"But we'll say the big news of the week was marked circuit Burks blockposts. Yeah. When it comes to private communication about Instagram Facebook messenger. What's up what's up when faced body already had intended Christian? But my biggest thing is someone who uses all threes. I don't know if I trust Facebook. When you don't you don't. I don't trust Facebook with enter ending krypton when it comes to the other platforms. Now, I know y'all been very critical, but given their track record and Mark Zadran were his his rhetoric his speech about ending criminal with his other platforms. Do you trust that his company can provide that on the other platforms besides conquer at Bursa? No. Thanks. So I'm gonna bum. Everybody out. I was just in Africa. And I went to the genocide museum. And so as a species, we're really good genocide. We like to think it happened once in the middle of the twentieth century. And then we learned and we got over. It keeps happening keeps happening literally one hundred days in Rwanda. They killed a million people stayed the wonderful thing about this memorial is that they also revisit all the different genocides for our media Abbasi Hercegovina, and the one thing that's come that, you have in common with all genocides is you have a centralized media that someone takes control of centralized media is bad bad. And the idea I'm not I'm not saying anything negative in. This instance, about marker Cheryl no-one individual organization should control two point seven billion private Glenn injuries. Say is it's very hard for individual people to run it's gotten beyond them in a way that is so far beyond that. It's really a little frightening. Years ago. I was talking to one of the founders of Google like usually couldn't tell them apart. And and I said I said they were I think I wrote something when they were trying to take over. Yahoo search, and I wrote a piece saying I the line I wrote which is a little not nice at least Microsoft knew they were thugs and that was tough. And and I was saying that Google thugs essentially, and they call them all hurt. And like so so mean care, which I get a lot. And and I said, we're nice people. We're nice people. We're trying our best. That's what they tend to do. And I said they said, that's fine. But I have been a student of the holocaust the germinal because and and I said, I don't know we're nice people. We have good intentions, and I said, I just wonder if someone like Hitler gotten a hold of a power like this. What would happen? I said I think about that all the time. And of course, they were like, whoa. That's not going to happen. I'm like, how do you know? Like, it was it was the centralization power among. A small group of people is frightening. And it's something that we have to think about so they're they've proven themselves time and again to not care about your data. They since the very beginning. And they continue to do it. And then apologize for it. And if it happened once maybe twice it happened. It's happened dozen times and it continues to happen. And so at some point you have to say, they're either willfully ignorant of what they're doing or they're they're just doing it. They don't care, and I think it's not inbred in that company to care about your data. I just I think there's a lot of nice people there, and they're lovely. And when they give you the hangdog look of victims Bill when billionaires act like victims, you just you know, it's just stop it. Stop. It started lovely or think about what is the most important processes in the world is a solar plane..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"It would be one of the ten most valuable company world. I don't have any vice him as a person. I don't I don't know him. I'm so I don't, but I am AWS. I did any gasoline. He was sort of pushing down that idea to me pretty pretty clearly say everyone, I talked to says absolutely no, no way. That's Eddie set it on stage. Danny. Was I think eighteen years old? I can't see your reaction. So I don't know if you'd like this don't like this. I did see your silhouette. I think I think one of the things we'll get to the next question. I think one of the things about Jeff who I who. I did use to talk to a lot is he's much more stubborn, and he seems like a laughing friendly guy. He's a tough customer. And I think he doesn't listen to very about a win of the year. Best Hamill PR crisis. Probably Johnson Johnson. He did a great job turning around and showing courage around that, and he really I mean, this is mother of alternative chicken shit at a chicken salad and a lot of it. Because there was this reservoir goodwill from every journalist because he's largely seen as someone who turn around. This national treasure the Washington. Yeah. That's not why I think he just did a good job. I think that's that was very much like him. That was a lot like what he would do. Like fuck you like that. I can even if even if it wasn't the world's richest man that's kind of his own. I don't know. He's should spend off eight of. Yeah. And go on talk to every journalist like myself. My name is extra. I live in San Marcus acts are ex-. Okay. By the way. Are you literally threes in my next life coming back as you look? Quick six minutes. Did this guy? The name x are out here. Dude. I have your looks my rap. We're the junior bucket Senator from Pennsylvania. Okay. All right. Blah, blah, blah. That's. I'm a reporter for a small paper in county which is south of Boston. I'm not here for work. But because I love listening Chowdhury Friday..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"It was all sitting. It was all sitting dormant anti-trust was one of the few government actions that kind of always works. It's hard to go back and say when did it not work? Well, this is the second part, Microsoft, it was another break up the monopoly thing it did bring broaden ushered in Google funderburk. Sent if the DOJ hadn't shown up and said stop killing comes. The crib. Like he did with Netscape. We'd all be saying. Hey, everybody. I don't know. Do you think Google dealing do? You think? Do you think Microsoft wouldn't have used its economic and bundling power to kill Google in the crib yet? But they did it. And so now seventy five thousand high paying jobs seven hundred fifty billion dollars the object of Oliver affection because of government interaction antitrust is in socialist. It's fucking games through its capitalist. That's the we are doubled down on capitalism. Dish hitler's. Thank you for that amazing rant. I was on stage with bomber and he introduced being one of our conferences. And he actually said it like that. Always an awkward God. Yeah. It was bad. It was especially from him. Because he was like, you know, he stood up and yelled it didn't work developers. It was like developed, but that was so good. That was barely. So. So again, the trust is probably the way this is going to go down. But who's going? I who's going to get is it Amazon is Google is. I'm going to go with Google. Why do you think it's scruple? What what gets broken up? I think they pull apart the advertising from search..
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"And that is any money you make whether it's from capital gains. And let me be clear do as I say not as I do. I'm an entrepreneur I so my business two years ago. Do you realize the first ten million dollars and a capital gain? When an entrepreneur sells his or her business tax free. That's ridiculous. Why that is ridiculous at do. You realize last year Amazon again paid no taxes. So we have those taxes them where we institutionalized regressive corporate tax. Meaning that if the world's most successful companies don't pay any taxes, the less successful companies have to pay taxes, and we have this weird system tax system where it goes like this. It's progressive until you hit the ninety nine percent, and then your taxes plummet. So the people who actually get screwed people people simplified. It's a nuanced argument are probably the people in this room. And that is a few make say between eighty grand and five hundred grand a year. What I call a workhorse in the majority of your income comes from a Kern current com utes pay between thirty percent and Texas or Florida and about fifty percent in New Jersey, Connecticut, or New York, you're paying a much higher tax rate. It's not. So you make the jump two light speed and become a multimillionaire that your taxes go down. I'm sorry. Okay. All right. So you didn't get text very much. That's the message there. Pretty much pretty much. And by the way, let's be on us. I'm not going to disarm unilaterally. And so we're not so in most wealthy people are not equities was bought yourself, a congressman more. Yeah. Okay. All right. So regardless this happening. These are the messages are coming from the key candidates. And of course, I think Warren is the candidate with the most volt the boldest ideas, and she's setting the tone. We were just talking about this idea, which is like her very much like how much success is this going to have because one thing coach did talk about is antitrust. And I think that's her area of expertise. She's happens to be on that committee and the government and that obviously we talked last week about Alina Kahn joining the subcommittee, how likely is going the three days ago actually Clova char proposed that the FTC relook at the Google your investigation, which I think most people agree. They got off Scot free. In this country. Meanwhile, Margaret vestigal interview tomorrow, slam them, you know, the US government decided it wasn't an issue even though yelp and others had testified sh- clovinger wanted to reopen that investigation which didn't get a lot of attention. How successful are any of these efforts going to be sure I think that's where we're winter's coming. I think we're we're setting up for the mother of all battles because. The big tech has learned from the sense of the father bomber and gates decided we're above all that. And they didn't invest in Washington and the DOJ knocked on their door fairly early. So Google the fastest growing expense line at all of these firms is not human capital, it's not artificial intelligence. It's lobbying. They're smart. They figured out. The Washington is pretty much paid for play. It's sin citizens United. It's you can pretty much by your way out of stuff in Washington, and they'd figure that out. So when there's ninety seven to one in the Senate, an anti sex trafficking act Qassams. So we haven't had any sort of bipartisan legislation like that. And the last ten years, do you think?.
"kara" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"I said, do you think these should be broken up? She did say when I asked directly I just interviewed Amy klobuchar Senator from Minnesota has also run for president. She was a prosecutor. She's obviously going to be less. She's just I'm going to study it I'm going to investigate it. And then we'll decide it's basically. But when I said, do you trust big tech? She said, no, she did very she didn't say well on one hand on the other. Would I think is interesting things about Elizabeth Warren? I agree. She's she's come out with the most the star the starkest proposal, so far she also freebie ously had done the billionaire taxing thing, which is a book to book ends to this is we're going to tax them and also big tech. And a lot of the billionaires happen to be big tech people. So she's not obviously the favorite candidate of Silicon Valley right now. And what I said to what I think they saw the the war in proposal. I was saying they vomited in their all birds. But and then someone's Simtek persons like, we don't know where all sorts, and I was like you. Whatever you know, what I'm saying. You're all awful people in the way, you dress is important. So is it what was interesting about two things. I had her at code a couple of years ago, and we get feedback stuff from the audience, and it literally was the worst feedback. I've ever gotten largely on her tone the way, she talk to them. I'd never gotten so much to someone that was so like, I hate her. She's the worst. I don't want to hear from her. And she was articulating a lot of these ideas is the jigs up boys. Essentially, we're going to start testing you. We're gonna start this. And they of course, the argument was you're going to kill innovation. You're going to kill everything that is good. And all the goodness we have done. So how do you when they come back with that ideas, you're gonna you're gonna get China's going to take over you're trying to ruin us. China's just going to be ascended, and they have terrible values compared to us. How how does she can answer that? So I I think where we lose the scrip. To lose. The argument is the note when you start using words like terms like seventy percent if I were the Republican party. I would just wanna add saying seventy percent is this what you want with the Democrats because that's what AFC and some other people have proposed in terms of the super tax. And I think the byline needs to be we don't want to raise taxes, we want enforce them sort of equity around taxes Amazon. Walmart's paid sixty billion dollars in taxes since two thousand and eight WalMart's paid one point four billion in Europe, Google has paid more in fines than they have paid taxes. So it capital gains tax, the two largest academicians in America are capital gains taxes when you sell assets and then mortgage tax deduction. Let's talk about each of those who owns assets and stocks the top one percent own eighty percent of the stocks young people get all their income from current income. And for some reason we decided in America that the money. That's sweat makes is less honorable than the money. The money makes so our current tax structure is nothing but a transfer of wealth from the young and middle. Class old rich people who own homes and own stocks. So we don't need to raise tax rates. We need to go back to Reagan..
"kara" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Two point seven kiss f Adam. Kara? I'm jay. So. Thank you. News. I loved you. Don't come back. No more. No. What is your point seven kids ever go so hard on chips and salsa? You have.