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Federal agencies won't be leaving Oregon 'any time soon'

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Federal agencies won't be leaving Oregon 'any time soon'

"Protests in Portland, Oregon for a 55th straight night. Chanting Black lives matter, the head of the Department of Homeland Security says Despite the mayor's animosity, they are not leaving Portland anytime soon. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf says federal law enforcement is notably not in other cities just Portland because the mayor and local police won't protect any of the property. Specifically the federal buildings in courthouse. What we know is if we left tomorrow they would burn That building down and they have stated that publicly. We know they've tried. We have him on video trying that multiple different times. So we have a responsibility. I read it to you. It says the secretary shall protect millions doesn't say you can doesn't give me the option on Tuesday. Officials also showed the uniforms federal law enforcement officers have been wearing, saying they clearly identify the agency and officers with However, their names have been removed after dozens of officers were Doc's

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EU agrees on huge $2.1 trillion virus aid fund at tense 4-day summit

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

EU agrees on huge $2.1 trillion virus aid fund at tense 4-day summit

"Four days and nights of wrangling over it weary European Union leaders have finally clinched an unprecedented to $40.1 trillion budget and Corona Virus Recovery Fund to confront the biggest recession in its history. See you reaching a consensus on a 750 billion Euro Corona virus fund to be sent his loans and grants to the country's hit hardest by the virus.

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Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:07 sec | 4 months ago

Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

"NATO, the president tweeting his congratulations to former White House doctor Ronny Jackson was one of GOP congressional primary runoff in

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John Hickenlooper wins Colorado Democratic primary, will face Sen. Cory Gardner

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

John Hickenlooper wins Colorado Democratic primary, will face Sen. Cory Gardner

"Voting on Tuesday, a familiar name in Colorado politics researching his former governor, John Hickenlooper wins the state's Democratic primary for U. S. Senate. Hickenlooper faces sitting Republican Senator Cory Gardner in November. Oklahoma's James Inhofe has been a fixture in the Senate since 1994. He won his Republican primary Tuesday is Democratic opponent will be attorney Abby Broyles, and after a week of waiting, we finally know who is going to challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his Kentucky Senate seat. Former Marine pilot Amy McGrath is fended off a challenge from progressive Charles Booker to get the Democratic nomination. Chill.

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Atlanta Mayor issues orders in effort to reform Police

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Atlanta Mayor issues orders in effort to reform Police

"President trump will issue his executive order on police reform on Tuesday Atlanta's mayor issuing her own orders Monday Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says she wants to change the perception of law enforcement in her city our police officers are to be guardians and not warriors within our communities she took administrative action requiring de escalation during confrontation using when warranted only the amount of objectively reasonable force necessary to successfully protect themselves or others to effect an arrest or to bring an incident under control she says initial recommendations on changes to use of force will be unveiled later this month with final changes coming in July

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Several officers wounded in shootout with suspect in ambush on California deputy; police say suspect is in custody

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Several officers wounded in shootout with suspect in ambush on California deputy; police say suspect is in custody

"The nearly two daylong manhunt for a gunman who shot and wounded a northern California sheriff's deputy has ended in a shootout this has been confirmed by both the samples of his county sheriff's office and the past Robles police department they do have the suspect of a listed as as down the suspect down and several officers are wounded in a gun fight with the suspect reporter Dave alley of fox eleven in Santa Barbara the San Luis Obispo sheriff's department confirms suspect Mason layer is dead and three officers have

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S&P 500 erases its loss for the year as stocks rally on reopening optimism

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:28 min | 6 months ago

S&P 500 erases its loss for the year as stocks rally on reopening optimism

"You know we look at states re opening and some of the positives of that stocks closed higher the nasdaq composite set a record on Monday so that's good there's been a rally there's hopes of the rebound from the down turn from the corona virus and I you know I said all the time it's like standing at the craps table no matter what's going on but let's face it lots of people have money in the stock market United to be a trillion there to have that you can have a four oh one K. you work for a company where they match it or whatever so there is enthusiasm I think about the re opening and that sent stocks higher which is good the broader S. and P. five hundred climbed back within four point five percent of its own record with that optimism so that's that's solid watching the stocks that would benefit the most from an economy that's growing again rose the most including small companies airlines oil producers because they would benefit the most that would shoot up that makes sense and of course Friday when there was the announcement that two point five million jobs were added to payrolls that helps to because they were expecting to see eight million more lost and instead got that news so that shot the

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Trump to restart rallies in upcoming weeks, campaign says

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Trump to restart rallies in upcoming weeks, campaign says

"So the president said that they're gonna start or his people so they're going to start magga campaign rallies in the next two weeks that's what the campaign manager is saying anyway that the that look Americans are getting back to action and so is the presidents of the rallies are gonna be out there you're gonna see crowds enthusiasm you know that kind of thing and then there was a a jab at Biden's saying you'll again see the kind of crowds and enthusiasm that sleepy Joe Biden can only dream of they're still trying to determine where the rallies are gonna take place but they're planning it at the White House they're planning where is the rallies are gonna happen and the hand of trying to get the maximum amount of people that they can to come out obviously to to the rallies that's one thing that you obviously saw that worked so well with the

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Utah Officer Killed After Responding To Domestic Violence Call; Another Injured

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:13 sec | 6 months ago

Utah Officer Killed After Responding To Domestic Violence Call; Another Injured

"A police officer killed as a domestic dispute call turned violent in Ogden Utah responding police officers were met with and return to gunfire in addition to the officer a woman inside the home was also found shot to

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Los Angeles - Entire Hollywood Bowl 2020 Concert Season Canceled

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:18 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles - Entire Hollywood Bowl 2020 Concert Season Canceled

"Them about the Hollywood Bowl they canceled the entire season yeah they're looking around they no LA is shut down it is a beautiful amphitheater but not a place where you want to be when you have the doubts about your safety so they know they can't protect the artists and the audiences and the staff from the spread of cove it nineteen so they're saying Alaina college the seating capacity there seventeen thousand and a whole lot of concerts a hundred and ten concerts every summer a hundred and ten a lot it's one of the largest outdoor amphitheaters in the world closed for twelve days in nineteen fifty one twelve days never I have a shut down for an entire season in its ninety eight year history welcome to the club people are having this horrible first all over the place looking ahead though and taken some positive spin on it only twenty one it's a centennial celebration they say for the venue's they're excited about it and that's where the focus is shifting to because I have to say Adios to lose this season and to all the concerts they had hoped that they were gonna bring

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Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Nebraska

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Nebraska

"Nebraska holding its primary election on Tuesday the record for mail in votes shattered in Nebraska's primary voters avoided the polls Tuesday the pandemic getting the blame is the state's are nearly four hundred thousand absentee ballots Republican governor Pete rickets make good on his pledge to forge ahead with an in person primary despite few voters coming in poll worker Elaine land where in the city of Hastings says they were ready in fact at all after every voter the police station tables Republican presidential damn presumptive democratic challenger Joe Biden both won their party's

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Chinese hackers try to steal COVID-19 vaccine research

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

03:15 min | 7 months ago

Chinese hackers try to steal COVID-19 vaccine research

"Well the president talking about the Chinese the trump administration plans to issue a warning that cyber actors linked to the Chinese government are trying to get U. S. research on coronavirus treatments and vaccines and this first broke the story in The New York Times I remember reading little bits and pieces about it so it's being issued by the FBI department of homeland security both agencies monitoring the of course all of the foreign government hackers during the pandemic and they're warning universities and resorts research facilities and healthcare institutions but of course the you've got Rece now more than ever cyber security should be number one on everybody's list not that we didn't know this and certainly in the show we have delved into it and talk to owners of different people about things that you can do but and always try to stay on top of that it's you're never fast enough we just had somebody called snow on from IBM and what they were doing to prevent hacking to look at what hackers were doing what lengths they would go to and now here you have this and it's not a surprise that we would see this but how do you shut it down to the FBI Deputy Assistant director for the cyber division said just last month that they've seen intrusions in the institutions I mentioned so universities the research spots and the health care Silesian institutions and there are people that have publicly identified themselves as working on code red related research and sometimes get them find their way in there so there are lots of warnings being issued in private cybersecurity firms and U. S. government agencies of course are also noticing that Russia China Iran North Korea they're escalating cyber activity and disinformation related to the corona virus and you know the that what they're calling nontraditional collectors to as well researchers who they analyst to steal scientific data and whatever the proper proprietary technologies are and they're trying to really crack down on this obviously as much as they can if we go back and look at what's happened in the past China's theft of US intellectual property is over four hundred billion dollars annually that's not the total that's annually what we're talking about and this is again nothing new but it's something that is so significant in the middle of this pandemic and one more thing to be concerned about with the hacking of the of the vaccine data and it again and again and again and again we're seeing this come up and especially now with very very tricky like I mentioned during the the pandemic couldn't couldn't be a worse time for

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Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:31 min | 7 months ago

Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

"This the great don Shula who I met a couple of times in my career in sports has has died at ninety years old hall of fame coach Miami Dolphins known for the nineteen seventy to dolphins who were perfect seventeen and only team to do that as a coach she had three hundred and forty seven wins he was Sir respected by so many people and have some great quotes that I remember off the top of my head including success is not forever and failure isn't fatal and then this was good he said you know it's only fifty miles from Grand River to canton but it took me sixty seven years to travel that distance because of course he was talking about getting in the hall of fame and a lot of people reacted to the passing of don Shula because he was as I said very much a character very well loved and certainly one of the big contributors to the game ed and he made an impact on a lot of of people he wants to one party trophies with the dolphins he coached the dolphins to back to back titles in the early seventies he spent a couple of seasons in the NFL as a player for the Cleveland Browns the Baltimore colts the Redskins he was also the head coach of the colts but he's known for being the quarter century coach of the dolphins yeah and just all kinds of records especially that three hundred and forty seven career wins and that's pretty top in the NFL you join the three hundred club and guess who else is in the three hundred club there's only a couple of members George Halas from bears fame and the New England Patriots coach bill Belichick is in that same category but you know interesting any group in a very very events in the Grand River in the comment that he he made a getting into the hall of fame he grinned grew up in a very big family he's one of seven kids huh and even his his mother I guess was not really excited about him playing football so you for sure signature so he could play when he was in high school but legendary no doubt a life well

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California Gov. Newsom says schools may restart as soon as late July

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

California Gov. Newsom says schools may restart as soon as late July

"California's schools always doing a different thing while some schools are just doing online through for done let's regroup then we go back in the fall California is pondering starting the next school year in July because you know they coronavirus cases topped one million we know that that's there are plans to gradually re opened after this first wave the California governor Gavin Newsom is saying that the state is weeks away from modifying the staying home orders but he does look at public school students envision them making up for lost time to get into the classrooms early in the next academic year so they're talking about July feeling good enough that Hey maybe July is when this will happen so it hasn't officially been said this is what's going to happen but there's lots of conversation about it

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Major US meat plants are coronavirus hotspots: report

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:27 min | 7 months ago

Major US meat plants are coronavirus hotspots: report

"Thought the quantifiers close midfield and JBS meatpacking plants and they say more at risk so now it's a question of wow I mean a hundred and fifty of America's largest meat processing plants operate in countries where our counties rather from countries in counties where the rate of coronavirus infection is among the highest so that's scary yeah I mean you think about one in three of the nation's biggest beef pork and poultry processing plants and the rates of infection are higher than seventy five percent of other U. S. counties in viewing an investigation and analysis of it the Midwest center for investigative reporting that's what they came up with and that's scary getting in the sources but what can the meat packing industry do if a factory is overwhelmed with crown of ours of course it's it's they've got a they've got a closed down they have to figure it out we can't have people like that on the supply chain and a break down in our food supply chains could have some serious significant impacts economic impact packs for consumers and of course once again the farm people the agricultural producers and so precarious already what they're

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Rob Gronkowski returns from retirement, joining list of notable NFL stars to come back to football

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Rob Gronkowski returns from retirement, joining list of notable NFL stars to come back to football

"Rob Gronkowski decided I'm coming back to football so the patriots still had a one year deal on him even though he had stepped away and it was one year ten million they would have paid him off yeah Brady signed a two year fifty million dollar deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the offseason and there's rumors that he wanted Gronk with them and sure enough Gronkowski says enough is enough I'll go play in the sand with my pal Tom Brady but here's the big question I can't answer that I mean he'll get is ten million and for the one year deal when will we see football nobody even really get to play together again I'm optimistic so I'm gonna say yes but when will that be still a big question mark who knows if everything goes as planned perhaps the season goes on the way it was initially intended to at least for the NFL anyway there's so much disruption to two other

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Donald Trump comments on oil prices crash as he announces US will fill up national reserves to max

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Donald Trump comments on oil prices crash as he announces US will fill up national reserves to max

"Meeting president trump at the White House daily coronavirus briefing addressing the price of oil which crashes to a historic low of minus thirty seven dollars a barrel this is the Dow drops more than five hundred points because of continued coronavirus concerns we're looking to put as much as seventy five million barrels into the reserves themselves that would top it out that would be the first time in a long time it's

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Coronavirus: Trump unveils plan to reopen states in phases

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:18 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus: Trump unveils plan to reopen states in phases

"That I do big story of course is the president outlining what the plan is to reopen the economy the guidelines for states to start doing that because of course have largely been shut down by the pandemic the opening up America again plan is what they're calling it has three phases it gives governors the authority to make decisions about how their states move forward in the coming weeks and months so blame it on the governor's you don't like it because that's really the way they're looking at the labor department says more than five million new unemployment claims in the stimulus plan to help small businesses are out of cash on Thursday so we're staggering our economy it's unthinkable under weeks of severe coronavirus restrictions and we saw U. S. death spike to a daily high of almost twenty five hundred but what is the impact of all this means I mean more than thirty three thousand people dead and then looking at the statistics and the unemployment rate surging to nearly sixteen percent by July is what they're saying you think sixteen percent yeah that's higher than any point during or since the Great Depression rather higher than any point which is crazy if you think about that so opening up the opening up of the America again and what are the social distance guidelines that are gonna be set by the White House task force at the end at the end they'll and may first as they're saying and it involves the three phases and they wouldn't start until states had fourteen consecutive days of decreases in the crowd of virus cases and had testing and hospital capacity to deal with potential spikes so that's pretty much it the three phases are about no spikes you're going in the opposite direction we can see it happening and you make the call as to when that is in there saying movie theaters would be allowed to reopen in the first of the three phases when theaters along with restaurants and sports save the churches will be allowed to welcome people back is if there is a big deal and they're leaving that up to who ever the governors of the particular state where they can consider is that what they want to do does that make

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11:20 min | 2 years ago

"kate delaney" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Bedtime with Kate Delaney in Greg Stephan. Our next guest, James McCann. He's in our virtual green room. And check this out. I'm gonna give you a little bit of this background. He spent twenty years as a C E O where he oversaw some of the operations some of the world's leading food retail businesses, including Tesco very big name in Europe and Asia, and I'll tell you what he's written this book that's called startups and the tech revolution the essential guy, which when I think about business, and then I think of his background as not only that as an investor report member and advisor to early stage companies that are disrupting the retail consumer goods space. I think this is a book you definitely need to read. So James, thanks so much for coming on. Thanks, kate. The tech revolution for us. Yeah. Piece sort of Zuma. I think about the biggest Big Joe society has been through a number of these big changes. We started as hunter gatherers, and then we became an agricultural society, and then sort of in the late seventeen hundreds of the eighteen hundreds we transitioned to become an industrial society. And what's happening, and what's been happening for the last thirty years or so when they were transitioning to the technological economy, and that is a major major shift because we sort of got used to working in the national economy, and now we're going to have to get used to living and working in being the technological age. And I think it's going to be one of the biggest ships in human history. And so James where are we on the timeline of this are we are we already seeing this tech revolution? And so we can have a sense that we have. Okay. I kind of get a feeling for how this is going to go. Or are you describing something such a huge tidal wave coming that everything we've seen the date pales in comparison to what's to come. Well, we've already seen a lot of changes. I mean, if you think back to nineteen fifty and then think about today, you can already see how much changes happened in that very very short period of time. What's happening is? It's just grew it ruled name and accelerating. So, you know, the first part of change was really around computers. Microprocessors, you know, the TV in the late nineteenth? You've got this huge impact from the arrival of the internet, then we had the huge impacts of the small revolution. Coming in. It was really in two thousand seven that started to impact and what's happening now that's happening across a whole array of Aaron. Whether it's Gino makes or nanotechnology or lied on technology or the really big one is probably artificial intelligence. You've now got a whole bunch of these technological revolutions going on the labelling society to change and change broadly and more quickly than it's ever had to do in the ball. Wow. So you you're definitely describing from end to end up fast, dramatic change should people listening to this peak side and by the tech revolution. I think as with most things people should be both excited and concerned. I personally and probably eighty percent excited and twenty percent concerned. We have the opportunity in the coming twenty years to redefine what it is. We we believe about human society. I really believe that the the challenge the change is going to beat that profound. And so we can push back in the direction of a society that we would all want to live in. But if we don't, and if we just have everything happening to others, then there is a danger that society will end up being significantly worse for a very significant proportion of the population. And I think that's our opportunity and risk in the coming decades. We're talking with James McCann. He's the author of the new Forbes book startups and the tech revolution the essential guide, by the way, we're going to continue this interview by podcast. So you can also find it at Forbes. There's one of those edits we were talking about James. You can also find it at Forbes books dot com slash radio. In addition to being the author of the book startups in the tech revolution the essential guide. He has a very very deep background in consumer goods and retail today. He's an investor a board member and advisor speaker and one of the things I wanna ask you James as we're looking at this tech revolution. It seems to me that on one hand there's a lot of players who need to act to get ready for this. And I think it's pretty clear we're not ready for this. But some of the players who need to act. Ironically seemed to me young people millennials people were in school today. And also their parents, it seems to me that parents need to be prepared. So that they have a place in the workforce today tomorrow and young people need to be looking ahead to make sure that they have a place in the workforce for a very very long time. And that they really profit from it instead of being left on. Greg. I think you're absolutely right. I mean, I think, you know, this this pig revolution is going to impact everyone in society. And so everybody needs to research what it means to understand what the impacts of them and their families may be and that businesses if they're running a company, and then they need to start to think about how are going to managing coat as as the business change continues to accelerate and broaden I think younger people are just going to have to live with these changes for much longer, and those changes will continue to broaden and accelerate because the biggest single shift in moving from the industrial economy to the technological economy is everything is going to change at back, celebrating technological pace. We will know computers and telephones seems to change every three years, and we have to update to a new model batch is going to happen now across most aspects of anything and people are going to need to learn to live with. I don't think there is an opt-out close. I think people are going to be in and they can choose to try to make the most of it, and then general society into something better. It's like we'll have a negative impact on their lives. Yeah. He put that James and talking about the accelerating as of this moving from the industrial revolution to the technology era that we're in. That's really exploding. What do you tell people who are reluctant to embrace that were they say I can't use. I can't tell you sometimes younger, and sometimes olders, I'm a speaker, and I speak all over the place that I hear people say I just gosh. I just don't care. I'm gonna go back to the old way of doing it. I can't understand this technology. I don't wanna learn it. I don't have time. What do you say to those people who are as you were mentioning they're reluctant? The good news for some of those people is that the way the technology is evolving is likely to make it much simpler for them to interface with technology in the revolution. The fact that we're going to be able to interface by voice, you know, the fact that we're going to probably within a decade be able to interface directly from our brains. With computers and with technology that is being developed as we speak. You know, the the US DARPA when is Asian. It's put billions of dollars into that research because they want to be able to provide, you know, veterans coming back from from the wolves with using limbs with artificial limbs can move and seal. And so we all going to be directly interfacing the human mind with the world of technology around it. And that is Mitch really happening. Now, there is I think the latest example, I saw was a disabled fighter pilot who's now able to control three S fifteen fighter jets with his mind alone. So that is going to make it easier for everybody, you interact that interface with this world. But I think the reason that walks into not do it unless you're prepared to sort of off grid and a pretty substantial way everybody who's in work, and who's living in mainstream society is going to have to manage these changes as they happen. What's fascinating me? As I read the book James and the book title is startups in the tech revolution the essential guide. It's really fascinating to me that you're really approaching this from a couple of different angles. Essential guide part is a perfect subtitle for the book because you're really breaking down how businesses startups begin? And what's key for them to be successful? And I suspect that part of the message here is that we as individuals are going to have to start thinking of ourselves almost like startups and reinventing ourselves every few years as the technology around us changes every few years. I think that's one of I think we if. If we just look at the broader picture on the whole, I believe is going to have to rethink what values today, we value economic were. And I think we're going to have to Gordon that to be valuing to work, and then within that we're going to have to take a whole bunch of action in order to help people to make this transition to have worthwhile lives in in the in the agent and the robot age, I think we're gonna have to help people to retrain, I think we're going to have to help people to reduce the amount of sort of normal work that they do to become much more entrepreneurial and do much voluntary types of work. And I think we're gonna have to put a safety net in place where we essentially redistribute some of the gains from the tech age to enable people to have a safety net underneath them on the point that you'll making Greg. This middle section of the book is really say to people within that world one big way of them. Having a meaningful role. And a life is to become much more entrepreneurial is to where would you sing it? But the gig economy, but that's just going to broaden, and we're all going to be working from cells, whether it's entre preneurs or interpreters within organizations, we're going to be much more. We're going to need to be much more self stomping gonna need to be much much more able to transition all businesses as the will devolves around us. Well, it's fascinating stuff. James? I'm wondering if you can do another segment with us because we'd love to have you back on and continue this conversation..

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"kate delaney" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kate delaney" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Welcome to Forbes books at bedtime with Kate Delaney in Griggs, Devon. So thrilled to welcome to Forbes books at bedtime. Steve. Does he need an introduction? Are you kidding? I have to tell them this right at the start one of the first magazine, Steve. When I was a kid. You talked about your father did to teach you about business will what my grandfather did was he handed me Forbes magazine when I was about eight years old so thrilled to have you on with us. Oh, good to be with you. Glad you had such a wise grandfather. And obviously reading Forbes you look like a very bright person. Thank you. I will vote for her as well. Yes. Thank you very much. So I heard you speak today. And we were talking about what's on everybody's mind. Of course, the tax Bill, and you talked about how arduous it was so many pages, etc. Central? But you also talked about that this is a good first step, and I'm kind of taking a shortcut here in paraphrasing. What you said, but explain that to the listeners. Well, it looks like the proverbial making of the sausage not very edifying sight. But the Bill overall does more good than harm finally gets our tax rates on businesses back to where the rest of the world is which will make us very competitive again. Get more investment recyc- at a higher standard of living on the personal side. They could have done it better. I think they will in a couple of years. I see this as a down payment, not the be all end all on the tax bills. So see it as the first step of many to come always you've been a big advocate for flat tax. And I have to say read so much listened to you speak about it. And you. You've certainly converted me. Do you think we will ever see a flat tax? I think several years the answer is. Yes, this is it becomes clear that this current tax code just gets more and more complex more and more corrupt more and more of a burden on people and the people see when you reduce the burden not only of the tax rates themselves. But also the compliance costs. They'll say we should have done this a long time ago. Are there things we should.

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"kate delaney" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Dr Dr A little fun I like to call the segment odds and ends. Here on America, tonight with me, Kate Delaney, heavy heavy headlines coming, out of DC coming, out of Iowa coming out of a lot. Of different directions so there are other things that are buzzing that are being talked about in your. Backyard and mine so? What are they, and once again thanks for listening. To America tonight appreciate all of the program directors carrying the show and people listening in tune in when they are traveling and. Downloading. It afterwards terrific I love getting all those messages and I really take. Them to heart so remember that good a Kate Delaney. Radio dot com the The story that I find so interesting sort of. Shocking Not, sort of very shocking at the same. Time to say I do Cost an average of twenty, five thousand dollars, are you kidding me I thought it was misreading this, but of course all of this information was crunched by the wedding industry meaning it's information that they. Put in that was real information and they. Came up with an average the average, wedding is twenty five thousand dollars some are much more expensive, than that The most expensive states to host. A wedding or in? The northeast the least expensive in, the south I say go to the south I think that I mean, I think that is incredible you've got gotta be making the doray me for that okay Mississippi people. Listening to the typical wedding there fifteen thousand. Number of weddings in two thousand seventeen Sixteen. Thousand five hundred thirty two in the great state Be that's what what is the dress cost just over a thousand dollars When my wedding really? Just was an anomaly suppose And let me give you a. Couple more Kentucky the great state of Kentucky, eight A.

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

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"A couple of weeks but doesn't do anything to bring that child back so this one is from enders who says kate delaney have you been watching world cup action i thought of you this past weekend because i thought it was fascinating that two of the biggest names in the world of soccer were knocked out by kind of underdog teams what do you think of that well i'm thinking you must be talking about the fact that lionel messi is knocked out argentina boom they're done are also that you're probably talking about christiane rinaldo also boom out of the tournament from portugal and a world cup has been interesting to me i think because of that because i like the underdog stories and i don't know a lot about soccer i've learned along the way but it was not my favorite sport growing up i didn't really grow up with soccer and so yeah and you know it's you know it's interesting brazil knocked off mexico to nil so they move on a belgium which is a really good team they had a tighter match they thought with japan but they won three two and then you come off of the weekend where he had russia beating spain on penalty kicks and croatia beating denmark same thing penalty kicks because they both those matches ends in a tie for the day before france knocked off argentina by goal for three and argentina look like they were coming back so hence you don't have messy one of the best players in the world there and he doesn't get close to a world cup again and uruguay beat portugal to one so like i said that was the end of christiane rinaldo rinaldi bill that's it now the the other teams with more chemistry and team are are doing veteran they're rolling throws so thanks for that question we've got the man cave coming up next on mentioned that a little bit more during the man cave i'd also this one from joe who says i don't know about you kate but i used to take uber but then all these crazy cockamamie stories i'm reading about uber and i guess it's silly but i just kind of switched to lift and lift i like better so far i live in the washington dc area so i listened to you a lot the day after your show or sometimes i listened during the show when i can stay awake but i like lift us a little bit better have used both in what do you think i have used both and both of my experience i haven't done a lot both of my experiences i'm going to say i've done it like maybe five times have been good on either and i've usually been with somebody so depends on what they wanna do and then we just grab either lifter uber what i think is really interesting and i've had this conversation with some cab drivers once when i was in dc and once when i was in new york and they were talking about how awful it is because of lift an uber that it's great for those people but it's been terrible for the cab drivers they've lost a lot of money and of course they have to pay the freight for that medallion they get and it's it's become a a huge war and you know they're pushing lift is pushing that it's an environmentally conscious so they're saying in new york you know they're like a carbon neutral company and uber is announcing something similar to that and we'll see because of course you have these bikes all over the place to but i don't know there's a big difference of okay i'm getting an uber or lift that's a ride that i'm paying for ahead of time versus oh.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in greg stephan virtual green room right now ryan gentleman that's kind of a play on words you'll find out why he's the co founder of the thc design and we're talking about the cannabis business ryan thanks so much for popping on so let's just jump right into this this is a really really interesting time to be in this business and an interesting business tell us about it this industry is obviously become very very popular in a short amount of time growing incredibly fast but one thing that has already started to happen out in california but board legalization has even gone into effect is the party has already started to out the demand so this industry although there is a lot of growth potential it is not quite as easy an industry to get into is people think branding advertising your image has already again before legalization started to trump all and become a very important aspect of the industry so talking about that i mean how big truly is the is the cannabis industry it's i think it's infinity i think we're just at we're just not even at the tipping point of this and my right yes that's based off you know with the estimated projections you see coming out of groups that are quite with their argue with their projection of what they anticipate sales to be in california across the country.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in greg stephan he's in our virtual green room right now ryan gentlemen that's kind of a play on words you'll find out why he's the co founder of the thc design and we're talking about the cannabis business ryan thanks so much for pop it on so let's jump right into this this is a really really interesting time to be in this business and an interesting business tell us about it well this industry is obviously become very very popular in a short amount of time in growing incredibly fast but one thing that has already started to happen out in california but bore legalization has even gone into effect is the party has already started to out the demand so this industry although there is a lot of growth potential it is not quite as easy an industry to get into is people think branding advertising your image has already again before legalization started to trump all and become a very important aspect of the industry so talking about that i mean how big truly is the is the cannabis industry it's i think it's infinity i think we're just at the we're just not even at the tipping point of this am i right yes that's i mean based off with the estimated projections you see coming out of groups that are quite with their art view with their projections of what they anticipate sales to be in california across.

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

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"Bedtime with kate delaney and greg stephan greg i don't know about you but i am a huge fan of the romance novel my mother was a reader and after she passed away and we were cleaning out her place i've found underneath her bed stacks and stacks of romance novels human was brilliant i mean she was so smart and i thought it was so cool that she also besides reading all these heavy books about by you know biographies etc that she had this passion for romance and i think it's very cool that we have romance novelist lawrence smith with us and she is written a ton of books but what's really really cool about her to she is the secret she's a lawyer by day and a fantasy novelist by night lauren thanks so much for joining us on the show thank you for having me so when i say lawyer by day and then you're this fantasy novelist by night tell us about that that's intriguing well you know it's funny it was like you were talking about with your mother and romance don i had never read a romance novel until i was in law school law school is such a grueling stressful process and i just remember thinking i needed a way to escape and i was a big reader and i've been writing since the third grade and one of my friends said you know you right love stories have you ever read a romance and i had oh my gosh no i don't read that stuff right rally halls i'm not going to do i'm good for that and then i started reading them i was blown away by the writing the quality of the stories the research that the writers put in and i know what i really loved ones that love stories aren't cheesy they aren't cliche there about characters overcoming obstacles to be together and solving problems and i just was astounded that i thought this genre has such a bad rap in the stories are so captivating and wonderful and i thought i want to write that and so i survived law school by reading romances and writing romances and then it just kind of took off and.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in greg stephan once again we're catching up with stephanie wine arts there's so much talk to her about ed she's the global chief commercial officer for marriott international overseas all marriott international revenue generating functions and consumer interactions with more than sixty five hundred plus properties thirty brands in one hundred twenty six countries we mentioned that a couple of times in our last interview and boy it's so so interesting to think that we've got right now coming up international women's day and certainly if you read the history of marietta's really about empowering women through opportunity so stephanie it's obvious you guys take very deliberate and measured approach tell us about that yeah absolutely you know at marriott our culture has always been on the backbone of of what makes says successful and empowering women has been a big part of that on and this this deep commitment to win focus on diversity and inclusion including the advancement empowerment of women is a big part of that and i think it goes back to our roots when i think about mary it started in nineteen fifty seven and our founders were j w marriott and alice marriott we referred to her as the first lady of marriott she was so instrumental in the company's success and she played such an important role and keep businesses visions in in the early days of the company and you know she was the first we always talk about you is the first cook the first decorator she sat on the board of directors from the beginning and i think when you had she set such a strong and she was also on the mother right and i and you know a wife and mother wore many hats and i think she really said an amazing tone for how the company has strived to treat women and you know ever since then ever since the founding it's really fascinating to hear you talk about that stephanie because you shared with us in the earlier segment we did together about your own family and your father and your mother and that both your father was your mentor and so was your mother and in your childhood that must have been a really interesting thing for a little girl to see her mother having that much influence in a world that was largely dominated by men is the norm.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome to forbes books it bedtime with kate delaney in greek steben nothing and sears and are virtual green room again greg always fund have gone on with us president and chief executive officer of new trysts system and you know in talking about new trisystem and and all the amazing innovative things they do and all the things that they've discovered because his don and i have talked about for years with what's great about the company is they're always digging digging into reasons of what people do and what makes them tick what makes them eat in other words and and what do you do and and what can you learn from that and one of the things in greg i don't you might be guilty of this i'm thinking i've been guilty of this in the past but i'm getting better at it when you taxed and these surf the web in your posting on social media greg do you eat you mean mi guilty of distracted eating yeah are you you'll see about well i have to swallow this this bit of pudding i'm eating while i do have not uh i am probably one of the most guilty distracted utilize it in the world i'll literally just stand in front of the refrigerator and i'll nothing about something and part of what i used to do 'cause i broke him a habit i've lost a lot of weight and i o neutral system huge banks because you dawn your companies played a huge role in my weight loss but what i use the money here that yeah i used to stand in front of the refrigerator i would be thinking about something and i would just stand there and i would eat anything what anything i could get my hands and then my wife queen heart you know they're the most challenging part in meeting noted in age and i'll be already yeah and like you know you're board what do i do i need something we were all guilty of it yeah i'm not the biggest emotional leader 'cause i'm a guy so i'm not the biggest the most chapters and right i don't have an but boy do i get bored or i'm just trying to figure something out you know traditionally the refrigerator would call me and i would just stand there and eat and.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"The well coming to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney and griggs devon the woman in the the thrilled to welcome to force books that dead time steve forbes does he mean an introduction are you kidding i have to tell them this right it to start one of the first magazine stephen akabwai i was a kid you talked about what here father did to teach you about business full what my grandfather did was handed me herbs magazine when i think that was about eight years old so thrilled to have you on with us good to be with your nerve goodrich that your wife's grandfather and obviously reading forbes you look like a very bright first thank you see i will vouch for her hers well thank you very much i heard you speak today and we were talking about what's on everybody's mind of course the tax bill and you talked about how arduous it was so many pages eccentric central but you also talked about that this is a good first step and i'm kind of taking a short cut here in terror phrasing what you said but explain that to the listeners well we'll go the proverbial making of this law should not have very edifying sight but the bill overall does more good than harm finally gifts our tax rates on businesses back to where the rest of the world is which will make us very competitive again get more investment research i get a higher standard of living on the personal side they could have done it to better i think they will and a couple of years i see this as a down payment not the beall and dole on the tax bills societas of the first step of many to come and always you've been a big advocate for a flat tax and i have to say of red so much and listen to you speak about an end you've certainly converted me do you think we will ever see a flat tax i think in several years the answer is yes has becomes clear that this current tax code just gets more and more complex more and more corrupt more and more of a burden on people and the people will see one you reduce the burden not only of the tax rates themselves but also the compliance costs they'll say we should have done this a.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"At bedtime with kate delaney in greek steben len the so thrilled sue welcome to forbes books that bedtime steve forbes does he mean an introduction what are you kidding i i have to tell them this right at the start one of the first magazine steve that i got my i was a kid you talked about what your father did to teach you about business full what my grandfather did was he handed me herbs magazine when i think i was about eight years old so thrilled to have you on with us good to be with you and glad you had such a wise grandfather and obviously reading forbes youth look like a very bright person thank you see our i will vouch for her hers well thank you very much i heard you speak today and we were talking about what's on everybody's mind of course the tax bill and you talked about how rgf it was so many pages eccentric central but you also talked about that this is a good first step and i'm kind of taking a short cut here in paraphrasing what you said but explain that to the listeners well it looks like the proverbial making of the sausage not a very edifying sight but the bill overall does more good than harm finally gifts our tax rates on businesses back to where the rest of the world is which will make us very competitive again get more investment which i get a higher standard of living on the personal side they could have done it to better i think they will and a couple of years i see this as a down payment not the beall and dole on the tax bills so see it as the first step of many to come and always you've been a big advocate for a flat tax and i have to say have read so much and listen to you speak about an end you certainly converted me do you think we will ever see a flat tax i think in several years the answer is yes as becomes clear that this current tax code just gets more and more complex more and more corrupt more and more of a burden on people and the people will see one you reduce the burden not only of the tax rates themselves but also the compliance costs they'll say we should have done this a.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"Then welcome to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in rigs steben and the thing so thrilled xu welcome to forbes books that then time st he threw ford production now what are you kidding i i have to tell them this right at the start one of the first magazine steve that i got my i was a kid you talked about what your father did to teach you about business well what my grandfather did was he handed me herbs magazine when i think i was about eight years old so thrilled to have you on with us good to be with you in glad you have such a wife's grandfather and obviously reading forbes you look like a very bright person thank you see our i will vouch for hers well thank you very much i heard you speak today and we were talking about what's on everybody's mind of course the tax bill and you talked about how are you was it was so many pages eccentric central but you also talked about that this is a good first step and i'm kind of taking a shortcut here and paraphrasing what you said but explain that so the listeners well would look like the proverbial making of the sausage not perry edifying sight but the bill overall does more good than harm finally gifts our tax rates on businesses back to where the rest of the world is which will make us very competitive again get more investment research i get a higher standard of living on the personal side they could have done it to better i think they will in a couple of years i see this as a down payment not the beallandendall on the tax bills so sitas of the first step of many to come and always you've been a big advocate for a flat tax and i have to say have read so much and isn't you speak about an end you certainly converted me do you think we will ever see a flattax i think in several years the answer is yes as becomes clear that this current tax code just gets more and more complex more and more corrupt more and more of a burden on people and the people will see one you reduce the burden not only of the tax rates themselves but also the compliance costs they'll say we should have done this a.

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Mm well coming to forbes books bedtime with kate delaney griggs devon the the the a decree living in our virtual green room here on forbes books at bedtime derek pfetzer director global public health carrying a crowd so go to carrying crowd dodd ordering when to say that out front because it's honestly is going to blow you away everyone knows would crowd funding is right so you think of kickstarter except for and we all know crowdfunding is a very powerful idea and that kickstarter is a very powerful platform so now it's interesting now we're talking about carrying crowd and as soon as i heard carrying crowd it was so intrigue district looking up everything i could so derek you peaked my interest when gregg said first of all that we were having you on and welcome to the show tell everybody would carrying crowd is luke simple crowdsourcing platform them as you mentioned similar ticket starter uh and others like loop on me and it's dedicated to community health and to public health so we basically run this the platform free of charge for nonprofit working on these types of project credit to community health and public health um and they're able to topping two resources on the platform for example uh uh ten digital greeting cards after making a pledge in somebody's honor for just perfect for the holidays and we have a matching opportunities on the on the platform as well again he basically eight crowd plumbing platform proudly sponsored by johnson johnson for community health and public health so dierickx i have a question for you um i think everyone understands what crowdfunding is i think people here the words public health and i'm not sure it's really clear what you mean by that and so we can you really drill in to really specifically the kinds of projects that you're supporting uncaring crowd absolutely absolutely and so what we what we think about public health and community i i would actually probably it might be easy to think about it in terms of community health and basically what are those projects that the community needs to to help as many people within their community if they can so a lot of the project we see uh look at basic needs and so these are basic needs around the world things like clean water um d wormers vaccinations.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in greek steben the mm generally cohen is down to the president of 2020 genes distance age british jonathan got a couple of things company 2020 gene systems is revolutionizing it early detection of cancer we're also talk about how he is using crowdfunding to raise capital for his company jonathan thanks so much for joining us that orbs books at that time with me she at the time thank you for having me kate it let's dive right into it to this whole thing tell us about twenty twenty gene sisters well our mission is to help reduce cancer mortality in the united states and around the world through early detection the way we do that is through the development of commercialisation of blood cash for the early detection of cancers starting with lung cancer but moving beyond that that is based on a casting approach common in many parts of the world especially the far east uh but improving those cash through the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning we basically hardest data from parts of the world were people get these tests every year and then we use analytics advanced analytics to improve the accuracy in intend to bring that casting a makeup testing available here in the united states as early as the second quarter of next year and so how does all this work jonathan i mean it's you're describing something that's highly technical one and involves off a hot buzzword that everyone is hearing about machine learning artificial intelligence for for me is a patient what do i need the know about what you're doing right so before before i address that question report before addressed the what lemme lemme a addressed the why why why be tested um you know most of us have in some way been touched most of your listeners i suspect have untouched by cancer either themselves or a close friend or a family member were you suddenly and unexpectedly here that they were diagnosed with an advanced cancer the really came out of left field people were seemingly healthy uh it and suddenly they were told they have a staged three or breast cancer stage for colon cancer and are given a very poor prognosis the the fact is most cancers are not lethal metastases lethal if you can catch cancers when they are confined at have not spread to an.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Bedtime with kate delaney in greek steben the well we're very excited to be joined by ruth hedges think of global crowdfunding convention in vegas i love vegas i used to live there and it is the perfect place where it right at the end of october actually today's knockedover october 23rd and 24th and knob big news as far as global crowdfunding convention is concerned because they've hooked up with microsoft but we'll get to that in a second first we need to start from the very beginning ruth thanks so much for popping on with us here at forbes books that bedtime appreciate it thank you so much for inviting me this really signings so tell us for people who don't now let's talk about crowdfunding sir the beginnings of it everything so actually the statue of liberty was crowd funded they did not show yes it was as absolutely sure they did not have any place to put it so they had to a crowd find at lake optus statue we got to what we do and it was going to cost one hundred twenty five thousand dollars of of a concrete and yet whatever bill to put this on and so they put an ad in the newspaper and people gave pennies the nickels and dimes 'till they came up at eight hundred twenty five thousand dollars and that was a lot of that's millions of dollars in dallas right right but that was that was some of the first crowdfunding so the early days of crowdfunding now we leap forward to now and that's like a bus were you like have your own vocabulary.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Kick off this week kate delaney america tonight so what we do know is it's just again another attack of a vehicle in a crowd of people in certainly in europe the the man hides immediately started for the driver of the van that mowed down the tourists it was a very it's very famous avenue so all kinds of tourist go there thirteen plus people killed in the attack that was claimed by the islamic state they say as i mentioned the death toll could continue to climb about one hundred people have been injured police say they arrested two men of moroccan and a man from spain's north african an an north african enclave and neither one was the driver witnesses say the driver just took off on foot not clear how many attackers they were talking about four people at one point in barcelona witnesses like you just heard their describing what happened say the white van zigzags are really high speed need in it was just you know clogged with tourists rammed the people and cyclists sent them hurling through the air and there were bodies strewn all over the place the islamic state's news agency said the perpetrators of arsenal an attacker soldiers of the islamic state and carried out the operation in response to calls for targeting coalition states so that's a reference by the way to a us coalition against the sunni militant group the and they're trying to confirm that they're trying to confirm if that's true if the involvement of the islamist militants is confirmed it would be another one of those attacks and it's hard to prevent this it's just like what happened in niece that people that that were mowed down in niece in berlin in london and stock home and um you heard one of the tourists their describing it there is another tourists who said he was with his wife and nine year old daughter they saw the van past them down the street and they just jumped into a restaurant and then panic broke out in the.

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

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"And the ad council welcome to forbes books at bedtime with kate delaney in griggs nevin the municipal shaher it is with us now we are so excited to speak with him is the ceo of stack share and as soon as i heard that either company has intrigued and immediately went in looked it up good job on the name you are the ceo of a company called stags share so let's start with the basics what is a stack and why is this stacks something a company would wanna share yoenis sure sure so back essentially the technology to build your company today that really do mean that software that you and so the reason that people want to share their back is often times of let other people know how they built company that builds on new technology technology tholot one and then also great printing so many thought were engineering aimed actually share the software there you go candidate but which ones they'll be working with an author explain at oak could how they built thing so in this scenario where i'm sharing what i would have thought was kind of a company secret a retrieved secret is in theory danger giving away information to mike competitors that in the past might have been considered a competitive advantage interesting it maybe five or ten years ago the governor we would have been the case but now we're in an era where everyone is using software to build their so you've got a big cloud marketplace hypo pollution aws with your pretty much the reason that it's not a secret is that everyone can you too you know though it so common companies not only share which one do you they actually start building who internal leader port dole others all the they opensource so it all in the other direction and that companies are now willing if there are the technology that built internally because it out with hiring and it helps with eventually establishing their brand accompanied understand technology so i would think that if i'm a tech company with a piece of software that i think companies should be using as part of their stack a company like you're stack share it becomes one of the most important things in my world because i'm looking at what my perspective clients are using and and trying to figure out where's the white space that i could mininster myself so that i.

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