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Fresh update on "katie" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"47 O four and a half from a couple of weeks ago here Still this is going to be the best day that we've seen on the S&P I believe going back to march we'll double check that for you though The NASDAQ definitely having its best days in March And I think this is interesting This is actually the biggest outperformance we've seen by the NASDAQ composite versus S&P 500 since at least March 31st up 3% here on the day 461 points 15,686 As far as those small cap cyclicals well they got in on the party as well The Russell 2000 higher on the day by about 2.3% 22 53 Carol and change right now is your closing number on the Russell Yeah and the NASA can send a thank you card to the chip stocks because man they have definitely been an outperformer I mean take Nvidia the top in the Philadelphia semiconductor index which overall was up about 5% on the day today and video making a 5.2% of the NASDAQ 100 So that explains to some extent some of the outperformance in a big way Taylor when it looks at the tech players those chip stocks really pushing stocks higher So let's go there Let's do that for a radio audience as we do every day The sector winners in the sector losers It is all green on the screen except for one tiny loser at the bottom Let's start with the gainers because Carol you really started to nailed it on the head there right How much of this is some of the semi semiconductor equipment auto components technology software and my sensing the theme here You're up 2.6 to more than 5% for some of those sectors on the day in the S&P the only loser gone with some of the telecom services and rain you've been talking here about some of the slowing growth with a few of those down in the red off about four tenths of 1% Carol All right I'm going to stay with the tech theme here if I May and Chinese kind of melding them together Alibaba this one was at its ties up about 4.7% today by the close up about 1.4% But earlier throughout the session having its best day since about 2017 leading rebound among those Chinese tech stocks in particularly those bargain hunters piling in after Beijing's move to really bolster the economy There's also news of a fresh CFO at Alibaba and also the company's core commerce division a little bit of a shake up there and that definitely caught investor attention City also coming out saying the development as positive reiterating their buy on the stock with a price target of two 34 a share stock right now at one 25 and change So talk about some optimism there Another Chinese company just sorry to interrupt into a deal That's your biggest mover in the NASDAQ 100 today Yeah exactly Right So really a lot of momentum there Another Chinese company I'm not sure I'm going to say it so maybe one of you guys can help me out pin duo duo Yeah I just said that Are you dead Okay All right You don't have to pay attention to me Okay I won't It's up 12 and a half percent in today's session pretty much closing at a time It too was top of the NASDAQ 100 I always listen to you Romain Among the 27 U.S. listed Chinese companies that could apply for secondary listings in Hong Kong according to Goldman Sachs so they have been focusing on those companies in particular And then marvel technology also top in the NASDAQ 100 up about 7% here announcing that it will ship its 5 billionth hard disk drive controller next month wait a new outperform it securities a price target of one O 5 stock closing at about 91 And I'm just gonna add a couple to that board just to should flag Apple did close at a record high today up three and a half percent Nvidia up 8% here on the day Tesla also getting a nice bid up 4% too Yeah Apple thank you Katie Huberty at Morgan Stanley for that note early this morning Let's talk about decliners Give you a little preview of these earlier in the day but because they are the top percentage decliners in the S&P 500 worth checking in right now Comcast lower by 5.29% leading cable stocks lower as well chartered down by 3.3% The story there is concerns about broadband subscriber growth We heard that from a Comcast executive early today at UBS conference Rivian I want to check in on this one finishing the day down by half a percentage point Interestingly enough yesterday shares of rivian ripped higher by more than 11% after a handful of analysts came out and really positive way of saying that hey rivian really can compete with Tesla So want to check in today down just about half a percentage point guys Let's take a look at yields because when we talk about some of the big tech gainers on the day typically you guys that comes with yields falling but what was so interesting is you actually had sort of a similar rate of change kind of day at least on the short end Yields are up 5 basis points to 69 in Carol I was joking earlier with romaine that we started this year at ten basis points So we're now up to about 69 year pricing in effectively 60 basis points of moves on the front end and you had a decent three year bond option today I rounded out back up finally to a one 80 on the 30 year and a ten year to one 47 But it's so interesting Carolina sort of kicked this off with where we're going is sort of what that means for these longer term growth and inflation expectations It was our three guest and we did who said be careful This may not be all technical This could be fundamental for thinking about maybe a fed that is tackling inflation out on the horizon Well and this is what we're gonna get some clarity on next week right Our focus and I feel like you guys we're gonna be counting down to that fed meeting next week and you'll maybe see some markets calming down ahead of that awaiting to see.
Fresh update on "katie" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Report Let's set that business week agenda because creedy and Katy sitting here so patiently pretty Gupta is Bloomberg markets correspondent at Bloomberg news Katie Garrett Bloomberg news processor reporter Bloomberg quick take co anchor both in our interactive brokers studio Stages yours Katie I mean we've got a rally Yeah we've got a rally You believe it 3% increase or rally or say for the NASDAQ The biggest since March So this is going to be significant here You have a Fast & Furious buying the dip I hate to say that it's happening again but it is And it's a very broad record So by the day people do buy that but it's technical as well because our producer Dan Curtis pointed this out today The S&P 500 is also bouncing off of its 200 day moving average In addition to the fact that you also have some fundamental aspects which is good news Carol because when you start to see tech leading the way higher just on that haven bid or just on the buy the dip sometimes it kind of gets the feeling that you're in a little bit of a bubble There's the market isn't trading on the fundamentals But today it's Apple getting an upgraded Morgan Stanley that's having this kind of leading the rally you have Intel spinning off its mobile eye self-driving unit Also leading some of those games So there is actually good news in the markets and they are based on fundamental individual stock stories Well the opposite sort of fundamentals are nonprofitable tech names I know Katie greyfield has been keeping her eye on those What's going on with that Goldman basket of unprofitable tech companies For every fundamental story there's something very silly going on under the surface and Goldman has these great baskets It puts together a portfolio of nonprofitable text shares had its worst week since March 2020 last week completely different story today It's actually on track for its best day since April 2020 You know we talked to Mark mahani earlier at Evercore ISI and he talked about this a little bit the idea of the price to sales stocks and price to earnings stocks And those ones that don't have any earnings get hit hard in periods like this Absolutely and he also made the case that investors really should do their research and look at fundamentals but I mean for these stocks if you put that together with the fact that the ark innovation ETF on track for its best day since March 2021 the fact that Bitcoin is rebounding just feels like this speculative fringe of the markets getting a little bit of life breathed back into them I can't wait for Friday's jobs report because I think that's going to be a real big test But it's also a big test I'm sorry inflation reports Inflation Long today week I get that I feel pain about January Friday yesterday But what's interesting too is and I think this is really important when you say technical moves as well as fundamental moves Like if you believe and Tim and I talk a lot about Kathy wood and others who believe in fundamental stories they make their bets there's going to be volatility but if you believe the fundamentals on a company even when there's a sell off for you it's probably an opportunity Like you understand what this is Peter lynch fundamentally understanding how a company what it's all about and where the growth opportunities are Yeah And to your point there's so many investors on Wall Street So many reporters in this building who are waiting for that big correction are waiting for that kind of downtrend to say some of the kind of bubble mania that you've seen in the stocks or the market broadly the bond market you get arguably too is going to come out at some point but think about where we are We are still growing from an economic perspective around the world in China in Europe here We're coming back from a year that quite literally halted the global economy shutdown Right So the growth makes sense isn't that when markets do they price in growth Don't you guys think about that though 'cause there's a lot of stories on the terminal too about bubble like don't forget like we have these bubbles Everybody gets hurt I think bubbles there's froth There's just the market getting ahead of itself but it doesn't necessarily mean just because a company gets ahead of itself that it's a bubble right I don't know how you guys feel about it Even with those nonprofitable textures I mean the hope is or the belief is in the future they will be profitable That's the entire underpinning of a growth stock Amazon hashtag Amazon hashtag exactly Again though we are heading into a really interesting and difficult two weeks I mean at the end of this week we have the CPI report We have the fed coming up Remember when pal made that little bit of a hawkish hand that they might accelerate the taper everything freaked out I mean it's party time right now but it could get ugly pretty quickly Wow what a way to end Is that too dour But maybe it's not the party ending It's just a reality check It says kriti says we're still growing China Maybe not growing as much still 5% Like this is momentum We're not going into a recession No no It's simply like you said a reality check And I mean there's sectors that are built for this I mean that's when you have no chance to agree women 25% year to date gain on the S&P 500 right now It's been a year Yeah it's unusual but you know it might also be the new normal because think about the acceleration of the growth Once again coming back to the fundamentals come on get on But to the point about bubbles just very quickly Jeremy grantham is a longtime bubble historian And he says or I remember this in a panel from last year he very clearly said bubbles can last years right And arguably even before the pandemic there was a tech bubble right It was a ten year expansion And it lasted for ten years which was far longer than any other economic cycle So this happens all the time and maybe this is the new normal Just going to say more people are populating the earth there's going to be more demand There's more I don't know I mean it's why earth is kind of screaming back at us right now that I can't even support all of you that are here Okay I'm off my soapbox That's okay All right we gotta do the bite of the day All right well I think we're gonna go to Nancy lives in D.C. with the check in the latest world and national news Nancy lions is standing behind the 99 one nurse room hands Hey Tim a high stakes meeting has been held today between President Biden and Russian president.
Fresh update on "katie" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Semiconductor names who are fueling some of the technology growth within consumer electronics and that has been held back this year because of the supply chain constraints We still see them having very strong pricing power going into not just middle of the next year but beyond that as well So people talking about that cycle ending we think it can go longer Luis dunley there the portfolio manager at Federated Hermes from New York City this morning Good morning Tom Keane Lisa bramson Jonathan Ferro live on TV and radio Your equity market have 60 advantage of 1.3% And the S&P 500 The S&P advance in from yesterday's moves and positive follow through on the NASDAQ two the NASDAQ 100 up two 83 at 1.79% yields higher on the back end and the front end now the back end up by a couple of basis points to one 45 Let's call it one 44 95 Apple wants to watch in a pre market I think I said Katie Huberty of JPMorgan earlier I apologize for that Katie Katie Hobart of Morgan Stanley raises her price target to 200 street high in line with Dan Ives who will catch up with just a moment One 68 79 in the pre market up 2% Here's the quote from Casey Tom despite a consistent and material revenue contribution from new products and services over time Apple shares don't seem to bake in the impact from upcoming new product launches That is the view from Morgan Stanley This stock time year to date is up by almost 25% Oh there it is on Apple and what we need to do is add the interview of the day John with Daniel Ives He's equity research managing director at Wedbush He has been the Apple bowl maybe joined by mister Huberty I've got SE obvious question in the nuclear war known as a hired price target on Apple Do you have to respond to miss Huberty and go up by a dollar or two Yeah I'll go to That's the banner Katie is talking about is similar to our checks that if you just look at services in the iPhone I think this is a $3 trillion Mark cap into next year But then you look at Apple glass which we think gets released middle of next year The AR VR that could add another 20 hours a share to the stock What does management have to do to signal cash flow persistency to move the stock along the path to your 3.6 trillion or dare I say a 4 trillion valuation What is the action they have to do quarter to quarter Well quarter quarter of course the iPhone cycle in terms of what we're seeing even though supply chain continues to be an issue they need to execute there I think right now they're on course for their strongest holiday quarter ever But when you get into from a cash strategy that buy back they're going to up that probably in the next 6 months And they're going to continue to invest in a new product We think that's Apple glass which comes at middle next year and then ultimately the Apple car by 2025 And you start to put that all together This is a $3 trillion Mark happened to next year in our belief as they execute And then this is one I view it as a renaissance a growth happen Cupertino Dan this is what I want to build on This is something Katie also said we believe this will change as Apple approaches the launch of an AR VR product over the next year This is not just blue sky thinking Dan I just want you to work me through Walk me through What are they going to be launching here What this new product lineup really looks like in the next couple of years And we actually get some money Yeah they've been working on this for about four years In the labs in Apple Park didn't release over the last year or two I think now it's ready for prime time Why it's important from an AR VR it's about monetization You come at 1.7 billion iOS devices worldwide You start to penetrate that just like AirPods is going to sell about a 100 million units this year That could be four or 5% of revenues as you account to next two to three years And I also think just when we talk about metaverse this is really going to be the drum roll to a really opened up the metaverse when Apple glass comes out We believe it WWDC middle of 2022 Dan how much is your call base in some of these new products based on demand and how much is it a call that the haven trade in stocks will remain in place and that technology stocks more broadly will benefit from that Yeah 200 we don't value any of the new products in there from Apple glass to Apple car I view that as incremental To me it's what's going on in terms of this supercycle that continues to play out Even though the supply chain thinking about 10 million units you put that with the services We think services worth 1.5 trillion And no doubt there's going to be worries going into next year in the tech trade I still believe tech stocks in terms of the stock pickers market Apple being one of them up another 15 to 20% overall But I think apple is one that it continues to be underestimated in terms of what's going on here in Cupertino That's actually a reason perhaps that you could see a rival in kato Huberty and raising it to a $1 for a price target is that what you're saying that basically if you start to factor in some of the products that she's looking at we get a lot higher in terms of multiples Is that right Are both cases two 25 Oh there you go So come on This morning we got to stop the show Dan Lisa bramos is dead on You got a top take Katie right now I'm Bloomberg surveillance That's what your public demands This was a game show Okay if you give me 5 minutes I can write the note and then we can do that But when we just talk about is important because when you look at Apple it's a forest of the trees You start to look at the new products the modernization It's unique to what cook is doing over there Not just in the U.S. but you look globally with deep and able to do from a capacity perspective I think this is just the next step of the Apple growth story Dan I look at where we are And here's what everybody's saying Those it really respect your work and all of the sell side and then particularly the bull sell side Ten days ago or whatever the world was ending iPhone sales weren't going to happen China China that How do you recommend normal people not expert like you adapt and adjust to rumors out of the Pacific Rim OMG apple's dead Yeah well reading age or supply chain especially in the midst of a shortage is very difficult I think it's one that you have to continue just look at the numbers you stress test Right now 25% iPhone users have an upgraded phone three and a half years So that's 250 million upgrades that are going to be coming over the next 12 to 18 months And you start to do the sum of the parts You know even you could have some gyrations but this is a stock you continue to buy in dips along with Microsoft and others And I think it's one where that creates the opportunities when you have noise And even if there's froth in the market you look.
Fresh update on "katie" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Two hours away from the opening bell here in New York City this morning Good morning I'm ready I want TV at 1.3% on the S&P advancing 1.8 on the NASDAQ at 1.6% on a small caps a tiny rally Monday and to Tuesday some clear positive polo through follow through into today That's the equity market into the bond market of running commentary from Tom Keane trying to rate me as I go along In a bond market two tens and 30s I could do a U time and cough through the whole thing Two is 66 basis points on a two year and a ten year right now unchanged at one 43 Talked a lot about that spread getting flatter flatter flatter going into next week for their Federal Reserve decision on the Wednesday on the Thursday a Bank of England and ECB decision to still be had We talked a little bit about the ECB Let's talk about the Bank of England Switch at the border and finish on Sterling Brian Hilliard over his sock gen talking about a delay of that rate hike not December he's looking for February a wait and see approach He's looking for from the Bank of England cable down to one 32 46 negative about a tenth of 1% Tom As we start to consider a Bank of England that will wait and wait for the omicron data to really gauge the outlook from here on out To me it's no different than oil I mean there's a huge polarity in the oil call as well And you know it's just as a general weak dollar call which has been consensus wrong for years You just wonder where this is going Wait coming up next week Wednesday and Thursday Sterling right now One 32 46 That's the cross asset price section Let's get you some moves this morning and say good morning to remain One and remain Hey good morning John Let's take a look at some of the big movers this morning here You've seen a nice rebound in a lot of the big tech stocks here a big reason why we saw that rally yesterday a big reason why we're seeing the broader markets up the futures contracts higher here in the pre market Apple up about 2% here in the pre market after closing that a record high yesterday Katie Huberty over at Morgan Stanley raised an air price target to a street high matching 200 bucks a share in video which I actually fell 10% yesterday from it's all time high set back on November 29th Getting a little bit of a rebound here up about 3% here in the pre market and Intel up 8% here This apparently on the news that the company is going to list publicly shares of its Mobileye unit of course this makes the cameras and a lot of sensors for semi autonomous driving vehicles here Intel shares up 8% here in the pre market Flip up the board another big reason why you're seeing a boost here in futures contracts has to do with what we're seeing in the omicron space here More encouraging news on the vaccine front primarily involving GlaxoSmithKline a big deal with regards to its vaccine that is developing with a Canadian company as well as an antibody treatment that is developing with Vera biotechnology here in the U.S. veer shares up 8% here in the pre market And I'm changing on the guard at American Airlines here Doug Parker going to step down at the end of March year Robert is I'm going to take over he is currently president of AAL He's going to become CEO at the end of March start of April next year What do you make of the vix What's your study of the vix that you use on the clothes in the afternoon Well we have been lie in that dirty level and of course we drop down to 27 yesterday and we're down to 23 here this morning So you're seeing a lot of that volatility kind of tamped down at least here in the short term I think longer term most of the folks that we've talked to the strategists and market makers out there seem to suggest that we're going to be in for a bumpy ride Very good We begin equity covers today without your Danny joining in a bit Liza and Saunders now with Charles Schwab She's at the courage to be in the market and informs all of us every morning where their team with absolutely brilliant charts Sometimes Bloomberg charts out on Twitter as well Listen buy on the dip I guess it's once more in order The cliche of Tina What's the most dangerous cliche right now I don't know if it's a cliche but I think the notion that the market has been so resilient throughout the year in the face of all the risks that are very well known Simply suggest that you're not even peeling the first layer of the onion back on one of these off hosted charts on Twitter that I've put as the drawdown table looking at the index level declines which whether it's just being NASDAQ or Russell have been somewhat limited 5% in the case of the S&P only 10% in the case of the other two but the average maximum drawdown at some point the share across all stocks in the S&P is -19 It's -42 in the case of the NASDAQ Now that's a pretty benign way to go through a corrective phase via the process of rotation I think we'd all prefer that over the bottom falling out all at once But it does make for a more treacherous environment trying to trade around those rotational corrections John Farrell has in treatment a coffee table book called drawdown meditation which is about their sleepiness of the market Are we guilty right now Liza and Saunders have draw down meditation or we've just become benumbed by this great bull market Well I think there had been and noticed emphasis on had a tremendous amount of complacency We were seeing speculative fraud kick back in even in some of the lower quality areas that had dominated trading in the early part of this year But the volatility that started on bleak Friday with the amaran news really brought a shift in behavioral measures of sentiment And I think that has been a factor in why the market is finding a lift because a complacency that speculative fraud got wrung out pretty quickly Both in attitudinal measures survey based data like AAI but also positioning where they're put call ratio or other metrics that actually look at what certain cohorts have shorter term traders are doing So that's not a bad setup more recently Is that quick reversal in sentiment conditions This is not a time for complacency as you said However a very difficult time to hedge given the inflationary expectations given the fed.
Ahmaud Arbery Shooters' Defense Attorney Dehumanized Arbery During Trial
"Here's Katie fag by the way cut 7. We used to we had her on a few years ago. I've had her on for a while. I think she's, I think she's pretty progressive herself, but I could be wrong, but she's a reporter a journalist. Here's what she said about the defense attorneys despicable description of ahmaud Arbery in that murder trial. Well, I think it was a critical misstep by the defense attorney, but if you're the defense attorney, you know what you're doing, you're dehumanizing the victim, right? You're making it so that the person who was the ultimate victim in this case ahmaud Arbery didn't really have a lot of value. So you're kind of suggesting to the jury, look, not only did he provoke this, but at the end of the day, it's okay. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, if you want to equip my client, because it really wasn't anything of value. It is beyond insulting to devalue and to dehumanize mister R Barry, but I'm not surprised because there has been this idea in this case that it was okay to chase down a man for 5 minutes, who was black because he was running down the street, fleeing for his life. Now, is it a racist thing to do? Maybe, I don't know. The jury's gonna have to decide that. Seems pretty despicable
Alan Dershowitz: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Should Be Acquitted'
"If Kyle rittenhouse is convicted, it'll be one of the biggest disgraces in a courtroom that we'll have seen since O. J. Simpson was acquitted. Right now, 12 jurors and 6 alternates being chosen by lottery. There's a jury pool of 18. They're going to have 12 juries who get to hear the case. I mean, what a doozy it was. To watch this, Katie pavlich had great analysis Katie from town hall dot com. She was on the 5 yesterday. Here's how she said that the prosecutors blew up their own case. So the defense has been able to go back to the evidence with the jury to show them to let them see what happened. Whereas the prosecution has repeatedly changed their story based on their own witnesses blowing their case. Gage gross gross for example, admitting that he was fired upon by Kyle rittenhouse after he pointed his Glock 19 in his face. And so therefore proved the self defense case for the jury. Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, who frankly, I think emerged as a shining light during the Trump era, he was on with Sean Hannity last night and he said the correct verdict in this case, the Kyle rittenhouse case would be acquittal. I never predict, because I've been in this business too long and Jerry's surprise and we don't know what the jury deliberations are about. We don't know what who the jurors are. I do think that there can't be a possible conviction of attempted murder on the victim alleged victim who admitted that he had pointed a gun at him seconds before he was shot. As to the two who were killed, I don't think you can make a prediction. I do think that the evidence does not show beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed a crime and that even if he were to be convicted, there would be very, very, very serious issues on appeal. So I'm not going to predict, but I'm going to tell you that the right verdict in this case would be an acquit. That doesn't mean that this young man should be praised for coming with an AR-15. That doesn't mean he's a hero. It just means the government failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not act in self defense. That's a high burden. I don't believe the government met
Mark Levin and Caller Discuss Kids Being Separated From Their Parents
"I'm a little excited among frustrated As I spoke with the call for you I'm a social worker And I'm working substance abuse and mental health And I work with children that have been separated from their parents because of the parents illegal activity And I'm working with children that have less in psychological trauma also So I have two questions Are they entitled to follow lawsuit for this $450,000 And if not can they file a lawsuit because of citizenship discrimination equal protection It's a great point You know I heard Katie pavlich trailer before I came on the program She said something I've been saying for a long time And she said parents are separated from children all the time Parents are prosecuted They serve in jail Parents lose their children sometimes because of their behavior drugs or what have you but there's a lot of kids in America American citizens who are separated from their parents because their parents are as I say they're either in institutions of health institutions mental institutions or physical institutions because they're too dangerous And her point was she didn't bring up your excellent point but her excellent point was so this happens all the time And not only that in this case people are doing this voluntarily We're not telling people to come to the United States We're not telling them to send their children to the United States And then we're left trying to figure out who are these kids and who are these adults with these kids because we know that they're set traffic sex trafficking We know there's kidnapping We know the Mexican mobs are involved in this
Katie Couric Blasted Over Stunning Admission About Ruth Bader Ginsburg Interview
"Aren't you glad that Katie current got her wish? Katie Kirk was she revealed in her. I got to get this book. I mean, her book evidently trashes a bunch of her colleagues, but she also admits that she was protecting RBG. From herself, Katie Couric did a sit down for Yahoo news and interviewed the late Supreme Court Justice and beloved beloved iconic justice. People have Ruth Bader Ginsburg t-shirts and, you know, she's the boss. What they call her? What was your nickname? Yeah, yeah. Notorious RBG. Well, she had a pretty strong belief about people who disrespected the national anthem. By kneeling. She had a message for Colin Kaepernick. And the message was pretty strong. The message was, it's disrespectful. It's pretty shameful and you got appreciate the country you're in. And you're not showing a level of appreciation when you disrespect the national anthem by getting on a knee. Hey lefties. That was RBG. However, Katie Couric edited that out of the interview. Because well, she's elderly, she maybe didn't understand the question no. It didn't fit the narrative. So show Katie Couric journalist decided to edit it out. In her memoir, going their couric rights, how she edited out the part where Ginsburg said that those who kneel during The Star-Spangled Banner are showing contempt for a government that has made it possible for their parents and grandparents to live a decent life.
Fauci says U.S. needs to aim for controlling COVID-19 as cases drop
"As the nation continues struggling with the virus pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci is laying out a map for what should come next felt she says eliminating a highly transmissible virus like covert nineteen may never happen we've only a radic Katie one that was smallpox instead will looking for a level of control of the virus may be about ten thousand cases a day but not interfering with normal daily life while case numbers are dropping they were still higher than ninety thousand we need to get that courage to go much further down and there's only one way to get there it's vaccination felt she notes about a third of eligible Americans are not vaccinated Sager made Connie at the White House
Fewer in US turn to food banks, but millions still in need
"An Associated Press review found the distribution numbers from food banks across the country have dropped over the last six months but the need is still elevated Katie Pitts Gerald is the CEO of feeding America she says the amount of food being distributed by their more than two hundred partner food banks is still fifty five percent above pre pandemic levels in Fresno at the central California food bank numbers have leveled off but remain twenty five percent higher than in twenty nineteen staff there report that many people are still out of work particularly women who are primary care givers in the home foodbanks are trying to predict how long the elevated level of need will last taking into account child tax credit payments but also the end of the nationwide eviction moratorium and expiring unemployment benefits Jennifer king Washington
Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game
"Game for the AL division series between the white Sox and visiting Astros was pushed back to Tuesday Carlos for Donna still scheduled to start for Chicago on Tuesday with game one starter lance Lynn available out of the bullpen Astros manager dusty Baker will go with lance McCullers instead of Jose or Katie the big topic at the ballpark Monday was accusations from white Sox reliever Ryan Tepera who said the Astros were stealing signs during the first two games of the series in Houston Baker didn't seem bothered by to Paris charge most listened to Eric Clapton this morning and
"katie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Help And matt sharp. Thank you so much for the work you do and for being on the program. Thanks for having me eric Either folks i'm not going to bring up exuma. Seborrheic or psoriasis. Have made it clear. I'm not a medical doctor. Can't help you please. Enough katie hopkins. We're talking about crazy. It's so much fun to have you here because when we're talking about the most serious things i have to joke because otherwise we would go crazy right right and that's paw so i've been on the road now here in america for seventy eighty days. I've been what does it you say you say. I've been written hard and put to bed. Wet rode hard and put family program. We can't say that the thing that you put your face your face looks like you've been that no but you been on the road to longtime and exactly. Your point is is what i'm trying to do. I'm trying to give side a reason together. I'm trying to give side a reason to laugh. Laugh at stuff. Laugh with me. Laugh at me because as much as there is darkness all around we have to find the fun and the reason. I have such joie avi being on the road and leslie is that finally i can speak you know. I finally can be on a stage and entertained. Two hundred people two thousand ladies. An audience fell room with laughter and joy for me. Because i can't do it in my own country anymore. It's it really is extraordinary. It's funny in the united states. Who are dimly aware of what goes on in england in the uk. I think many of us actually wonder i have wondered. How is it. Possible that the queen who is a christian a woman of common sense. How can she presided as she does. I know to some extent particular. Let's edit that. It's it's the kind of role that she doesn't have the power that a prime minister does but at the same time i would think that she has a bully pulpit. It's her job to to help. England be england. She has not seemed to weigh in on this. Can you help those of us. Who admire her to understand. What in the world may be occurring. And it's something. Americans asked me a lot is when they see the uk in the states. This people like me who are arrested for speech or lose your home or lose your jobs lose everything and it was the queen. Katie west the queen and she doesn't speak on this. She did speak out on the vaccine trying to push the vaccine saying it was people's duty to have the vaccine. That was a really weird thing doesn't get involved and it's argue to say should seriously though you can understand that in other words i can understand how she doesn't go down the rabbit hole of understanding. Why it's a bad idea to get the vaccine but on all the other thing is nothing quite quite quite silent. She joined the royal sign at think which is unfortunate because we really only have one. Generation of rules laughed courtesy of your export from the trailer. Park and meghan markle. Who almost singlehandedly has brought down the royal family. And i hold you accountable for that. I think of her as the yoko ono of our time. So she's it's so stupid. Look how can people find you because we're going to keep you for the next hour. The conversation will be increasingly substantive. I promise you because we've got a lot to cover here. But how can people find you. Katie hopkins. I'm currently still on instagram. Post pictures of flowers and things. Well i do a lot more than that. I can promise the on there. Okay people underscore everything undisclosed katie underscore hopkins underscore three underscores underscores underscore think underscore katie underscore hopkins into school underscore beautiful. I know you set off by underscores. We're gonna we're gonna go into our two and we're going to keep you for the whole hour. There's so much. I wanna i wanna talk to you about. I just want to remind my audience folks before we continue. We're doing a fundraiser. With alliance defending freedom. I promise you however much money you give to them you may as well be paying it to yourself. They're working for you. This is no hyperbole. They are the last line defending religious liberty. If they weren't doing this our futures would be the more bleak. I'm just saying putting it that way. Because katie hopkins sitting the more bleak. I tell you so. Please go to metaxas. Talk dot com. We really do need your help. We'll be back with katie hopkins..
The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter
"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to
Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet
"By name is katie hopkins and for people that say. I have no clue who you are. And that's my favorite kind of person. Isn't it because then you just normal. I am just normal. But i am and i introduced myself as a straight white christian conservative married mother of three children. And i'm proud of all of those things because those things are all the wrong things to be these days and despite never having broken law despite never having owed anyone any money or never having harmed anyone. Apart from my first husband was fine. I am the most banned woman on the planet banned from south africa. Banned from australia. Banned from wales. I don't have a bank account. After trump tweeted. They took my twitter no way. We're i think we're confusing categories. You i think part of what you're saying has to do with the covert madness right. You're not allowed to go to certain countries or something. Is that what we're talking about now. No i'm banned from south africa for reporting on the genocide of white farmers. I spent three months living on white farms in south africa. In any of your burr south african audience which you'll have plenty of most of my audience are bores. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. You've been a great audience. We're here down to three
K.T. McFarland: Left is Changing U.S. From Free Market Democracy to Socialist Country
"Everything is falling apart. Katie mcfarland he's making jimmy. Carter looked like ronald reagan. Yeah and and here's what they're doing They're they're going to change the united states from a free market democracy to socialist country with no no public support for just a few race in congress because with the kind of debt spending. They're going to do they're going to have to have such an onerous taxes are taxes can be higher than taxes in china and that is a communist country so they're legislating us a socialist communist country and in the thing. I guess i'm just one of the most offended by is the border catastrophe. They know what they're doing. This is not some mistake. There are letting they know they can't win in two thousand and twenty two or two thousand twenty four. The american people are not behind the agenda. Then american people don't like what these guys are selling. So what are they doing. They're letting in millions and millions of american of illegal immigrants. They're placing them and positioning eum in red states and they're going to grant them citizenship. An amnesty so that those people can vote in two thousand twenty two in two thousand and twenty four and the biden administration the democrats for who they gonna vote for. They're gonna vote for the democrats because look. We gave them citizenship. Let them in. We're giving them all sorts of benefits so to me. It just subverting the whole notion of a constitutional elections and constitutional governance and democracy and free market capitalism. They plan to win. And there is a socialist america dominated by one party and one wing of that and they do it in a bare knuckled. Hardball manner they really do. They're right in our face. I saw senator. Mike lee on tv this week. Say the american people won't continue to stand for tyranny and we can't i mean we just can't k- this is this has gotten so
The Hunter Biden E-Mail Coverup Is the Clearest Evidence Yet of Media Corruption
"Im in houston texas about three hours away near the campus of a very very left wing. University of texas in austin is our friend. Katie mcfarland former deputy national security adviser. She's in the lone star state to talking forget. Her book is revolution trump washington. We the people all right. Kt there's a lot to cover today. You ready ready to buckle up. I'm reading all right story out. Hunter biden emails. They looked to be authentic Legit i guess for two million dollars you could have hunter biden moolah as people trying to unfreeze freeze libyan assets. This is very dangerous. The white house is for sale. We know that. Kim your take on that and then what other black males floating around around there. Yeah i'm not surprised at this story. I think a lotta people for a long time. If now that the biden inc was a pay to play scheme whether it was with ukraine weather was with russians whether it was you know chinese anybody. That was the way you got access to. Joe biden vice-president and probably way to get access to him as president is to pay the family to get married. Get something what has always upset me about. This is why the media crush the story so the new york post had. The story had a laptop have the emails and in trying to report it the rest of the media crush them in fact the social media twitter banned the new york post the oldest newspaper in the united states banned them for their having a story that was critical of joe biden during the presidential campaign so to me. It's a bigger problem than just corruption. The white house. It's it's corruption the media you know the watchdog. We're not watching. In fact they were actively working on the other
"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"This fall on next question with katie couric. Our first guest is the very popular co-anchor of the today. Show here on nbc. We're going to dive into ladies and gentlemen here. She is well maybe correct me. I don't know if you all have heard. But i've written a memoir is called going there and it's out on october twenty six which just so happens to be right smack in the middle of our podcast season so we figured why not just go there and still can't decide whether i'm katherine arcadio. We'll be looking at some of the biggest news stories. I've covered in my career. I'm katie couric in new orleans wearing waiters. For the first time in my life to deal with all the flood waters that are still white high in several on close at this morning. The clarence thomas nomination. The senate is to vote tonight on whether thomas should get a lifetime appointment to the supreme court early this morning. Matthew shepard passed away. The stories captured national attention and sparked a debate over the necessity for hit climb legislation and talked to some of of the people behind those stories. Like anita hell believe are women is just our invitation to put in place systems in processes that allow us to be heard in believed as well as those who are inspired by them. You look at so many of matt's friends and we've all kind of gone in our own house. i was just like i have to save the world. I have to do something that we're also going to get pretty personal. Because i'll be taking you behind the making of my memoir. We really wrote the bulk of this book in the middle of a pandemic katie is a pack rat. I'm like this is not going to get done. She saved everything. It was a very intense experience. You can expect some special guests intimate details and stuff about the buck. You won't get anywhere else. And maybe that's because of my fear of rejection to can. I lie down and getting so come for my signature curiosity. Are you still so angry. At the federal government was curious. What newspapers and magazines did you regularly read. How emotional was that for you. Tell me what was going through your mind. Can you explain what internet is but stay for some of my own revealing answers new weekly episodes of next question with katie couric launched september thirtieth. Subscribe and listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your favorite shows..
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
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Marketing Your Self-Published Book With Awards
"So we're going to start out with number one awards programs now. This applies to some. Not all you probably saying. Hang on a second you just. You told me that. I'm going to do a book award now. The book awards could be my way of marketing. Absolutely believe it or not. There's a lot of book awards out. There that will showcase all of their winners on a site. They will share it across social media. Heck there's even some other marketing and promotional opportunities for instance. I've done a couple book awards where they've given me editorial reviews that could then use and other areas so that part was really kinda cool. You got to dig and sift through some of the awards to figure out what's going to be the best fit or you should get book award pro. I'm just going to go ahead. And just over that. Because i don't even have to think about it. I just leave them in charge of but the nice thing is you can sift through those book awards and see what you're you're gonna get for submitting. What could you get if you win. So moving forward number two remember. I mentioned editorial reviews whether it's going to be a place. You're going to go ahead. Showcase this on amazon author central. You're gonna want to showcase your award. Submissions or nominations. If you will and winnings if you've never done it before all you gotta do is just over. Two author central that's author dot amazon dot com. And you sign in with your katie p log in and such and you go to the specific book that you want to place it on now. Remember if you've got kendall paperback or hardcover you'd have three different listings. You're gonna wanna make sure you put all of your awards status on all three of those iterations it's not available yet for audio book There's other opportunities. We can do an audio book for for the most part if you want it. Put on a specific product page. Those three iterations are the way to go.
Sowing Seeds of Solidarity, After the Tree of Life Synagogue Killings
"On the twenty seventh of october twenty eighteen. A gunman shouted eleven people and wounded six at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh in the us state of pennsylvania. The youngest victim was sixty nine. The oldest rose monning was ninety-seven all of those who died. Were members of the synagogue's congregation. This was the deadliest attack ever on the jewish community in the united states and took place the time of rising antisemitism as well as increasing levels of hate crimes against other groups including african americans and muslims in the us four days off the shootings the secretary general of the united nations antonio cherish honored the victims. At new york's park east synagogue. He denounced the mass shooting as a horrendous act. And as you just heard noted that antisemitism is the oldest form of hatred to have endured in human history. There's a big jewish population score hall. So is easy for me to stay really close to my jewish roots. I went to jewish preschool. Jewish elementary school. I spent my summer is a jewish summer camps. Why on the swim team. Kenny werner is a high school student in the squirrel hill neighborhood of pittsburgh the shooting the tree of life. Synagogue was a home away from home for her and her family. By the time. I was six or seven years old. I'd be able to run around that synagogue tree of life in just do what i wanted. We felt safe. One of katie's relatives was among those killed at the synagogue. Although she wasn't in the line of fire on the day of the shooting her mother malla says that the family has struggled to come to terms with the attacks. I think if tree of life and what happened there daily still. It's part of my everyday existence. Part of the fiber of who. I am and who my family is. My children have all been scarred to different degrees knowing people that were there knowing where certain people were standing at the time that they were likely murdered.
Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7
"Stetson Bennett tied a school record with five touchdown passes filling in for injured starter JT Daniels leading second ranked Georgia to a fifty six seven route of you A. B. Bennett completed his first six passes for going all the way to the end zone for the Bulldogs Jermaine Burton set the tone by slipping behind the secondary to haul in a seventy three yard TD from Bennett that coming on George's second offensive play by the opening minute of the second quarter Bennett tacked on scoring passes of twelve yards to Katie McIntosh eighty nine yards to Brock Bowers and sixty one yards to Arian Smith I'm the ferry
Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson
"Became an anchoring force. And catherine or katie's life. Though she was never taught to read or write she became well versed in the bible as a young teenager. Katie began attending a local presbyterian church. It was a largely scottish denomination and katie soon. Made an impression on isabella. graham isabella was a scottish. Born philanthropist and the founder of a school for girls when katie was around sixteen years. Old isabella graham bought her freedom for two hundred dollars. Katie was initially given six years to work off the debt but isabella later agreed to eleven months of work for one hundred dollars. Isabella's son-in-law raised the other half of the money by the age of eighteen. Katie was free. She soon married and had two children. The both died in infancy to support herself. Katie began making cakes but she soon became increasingly concerned about the children she saw on the street. The devastation from the revolutionary war along with the huge influx of immigrants created dire levels of poverty throughout new york. That was especially true in lower manhattan. Where katie had spent much of her life in seventeen ninety. Three katie began gathering children from the streets on sundays for religious instruction. They met at her home at fifty one warren street. The reverend from her church soon heard of her classes. He offered her space in a spare room of his new congregation on murray street. That's actually the street i live on. Now it's believed that katie's was the first sunday school in new york city over the course of her katie took in forty eight children. Some she rescued from the city's poor houses others from their families. She would raise them herself or help. Get them placed in better situations. Katie never had much money herself having spent it all on her children but she had an endless supply of prayers and defeat
Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines
"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically
Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes
"Also katie the arizona. Coyotes haven't exactly been the most stable nhl franchise over the years there's been a bit of a revolving door of owners and the nhl even took control of the team for a while back in two thousand nine after a bankruptcy filing so given all of that. What was the feeling when. Alex murillo became the coyotes new owner in two thousand nineteen or so appealing on a number of levels on new era of arizona. Coyotes hockey began today the nhl. I ever hispanic owner was introduced to the valley and it was heralded as sort of Watershed moment i think for the franchise in the sense. That here could finally be that guy with uber. Deep pockets like he was reported to be a billionaire. And someone that had tied to the latino community what started this is alex enrolling arizona's cowpeas which is a market that is about forty forty two percent down and really showed a commitment to wanting to grow that level of connection with fan base. You spittle to this. But it will stand up delekta akin arizona but luckily latina. It asked us. He has a really interesting. I don't wanna say rags-to-riches tail but someone that really supposedly scrapped. His way to where he is now. His parents fled cuba in the sixties. They came to miami in college. He opened a location for a pizzeria that grew to become a chain. I had this knack for picking up. Visit our broken losing money and turning him around and make them successful. I'm very proud to be a part of the fifty five year. Old morello owns a chain of pizza restaurants in l. a. casino on the las vegas strip a construction company as well as tv and radio stations. No doubt his will in history of success. Some major win for the coyotes.
Joe Biden: Coward in Chief?
"We can trust the lack of decisiveness from the biden. White house with what you experienced. What i experienced in the trump white house which is a man who wanted to hear all the arguments from the hawks from the dobbs whatever it was and that at the end of the day he would make a decision and it was his decision. Can you comment on the contrast and on the question. Katie of who's really running. America preface that by saying that donald trump talked to on the phone. Man who's now the taliban leader afghanistan and he said to him. We know where you live. We know where your family is. We know where your extended family is at. Americans are leaving and if i hair on the head of american is her if you threaten americans if you attack americans we are coming to get you that just to get you to get your family to get your extended family so we want your cooperation and get out of there now. Did anybody doubt that. Donald trump would have happily or heard on attack on taliban headquarters somewhere in afghanistan. He would have happily done at any would've owned it and he would have taken responsibility for the biden team. It's just so nervous about doing anything that might potentially give them a bad headline that they're not protecting americans
"katie" Discussed on Storynory
"That must be a bad joke. There's nothing funny about it. Katie said mrs hat worth i. I didn't say there was don't lie. You just claimed it was a joke. Not my joke. I didn't say anything like that. But there were witnesses said the head teacher. The other girls heard you say it besides katie. I told you before. Magic does not exist and is banned from the school. That makes perfect sense said. Kt sarcastically. don't answer back. I'm sending you home. You're suspended for a week and you are lucky that i'm not calling the police. Katie was now so confused that she wasn't even sure what she had sat and she wanted how her mom would react to her suspension from school. Fortunately her mother took her side. Life isn't always fair. Katie the student. You learned that the better. She said still. I'm surprised that mrs hepworth doesn't see the truth or perhaps she doesn't want to. I think it's more that she doesn't want to said katie. Cindy's mom is on tv and all the teachers want to take selfies with her. That explains it all. So katie's mum you'd better make the most of your time at home. It gives you chance to revise. Okay mom i'll do my best while katie was at home. She had no idea that cindy was working on an even more vicious plot against her. It was actually samantha's idea she said to cindy what if we made it look like katie. Had done some bad magic against the school that nobody else could have done. She would be expelled. Which is a fitting punishment for a witch ex spouse called get it bryant said cindy. I'll cook up something extra special on saturday morning. She woke up with a plan. She knew that katie's mum owned a magic shop so she stopped by to buy something magical after browsing for a while. She chose a witch hat. It was black red and gold and embroidered with beautiful patents. Katie's ma'am wrapped it up for her. She hasn't met. Cindy did.
"katie" Discussed on Storynory
"As you may know. Kt lives with her mom. Her dad who was a professor at the university lives separately. Katie usually cycles over to her. Dad's place at least once a week. One fighter evening. She reached the end of the street on her bike when a text pinned on her phone. Sorry katie a problem has come up. I can't see this evening. Let's catch up on video call soon. Love dad Thought katie thoughts unusual normally dot is keen to see me rain or shine. She turned to bike around and returned home to eat supper with her. Mum at about nine pm for phone sounded again. It was hit dad this time with a video cool. He was not looking his usual self. You growing bid ask katie. Laughing seems like i am. She thought that he was using an app to make himself. Look extra harry on the video. Call a don't like bids. But as soon as i shave it off it grows back again in minutes and look at this replied. Her dad gloomily. He held up his hand. Only it was more like a pool. It was all harry with long dark nails growing out to the ends of his fingers that so finally katie giggled. How did he do that. It isn't funny if you're me said her dad crossley. I'm not kidding. Around has a splashing out all over my body katie period into the screen of her phone. It was hard to seize expression because so much had was hiding his face but his gray is we're looking full of anguish. Yes he wasn't joking. He was turning into what she didn't know what to say. Dad got there. I if i didn't know better. I said i was turning into a werewolf. He said gloomily bianca will not be too happy about what's happening to me. Beyond was his girlfriend. She suspects that. Your mom spells on me out of spite. S- oh come on you know. She's not vindictive. Like that. I do i do but tell that to be anchor after not video call. She went into her mother spell room and searched the magical encyclopedia for a cure. For being wealth. To her surprise she could not find one. She had a hard time falling asleep that night. She kept wondering if she should ask her. Mom's advice even though data told her not to at about six o'clock the following morning katie was not sure if she was dreaming or having a nightmare even she could hear a kind of howling noise like oh katie rubbed. Her eyes pulled back the curtain and looked out the window. It was worse than a nightmare. A harry docket. Lucky man was kneeling in the garden lifting his head to the sky and howling his head off katie opened the window and called out in a semi hushed voice. Keep it quiet. He'll wake the neighbors and they'll off. No end of questions from under the table solomon added you mean like what was that where wealth doing in your garden. Yes that sort of inquiry agreed. Kt and then calling out of the window. She said dad you embarrassing have father replied by pointing to the door. Katie grabbed her dressing gown and tiptoed downstairs to let him in. They sat at the kitchen table and dad. Try to hold a mug of tea with two harry pause. I'm sorry he said gruffly. I tried to call you up but instead of your name at how came out of my mouth. Why didn't you phone or text me. You try touching a screen with these clothes. He replied crozny. Okay well tell me what happened. Said katie. After i spoke with you last night i got shaved again and looked almost decent. Bianchi came home and didn't notice anything more than a bit of evening shadow on my face but in the middle of the night i woke up. Itching never reached before with a sense. I was transforming into some kind of nightmarish creature. I had to get out of the house before. Bianca woke up and saw me. I'd have sky the life out of her good idea said katie. So you ended up here. Where else could i go. How dad explain katie. I'm so sorry this has happened to you. It's truly awful. I'll have to tell mom. No said her dad reaching out to grab her hand but realizing that he couldn't hold her with his poor. Don't tell your mother whatever you do. He backed katie. Shook her head but she'll be down soon. She'll be furious if she sees a wolf sitting at the kitchen table. Babs i could hide in your garden. Shed suggested to her dad like you said last night. These things usually wear off by themselves. I have to wait for that to happen. Well okay said. Kt and she took the shed key down from the wool. An usher dad into the back garden. He called up in the shed on top of some cushions for the garden. Chaz can i bring you something to eat katie asked. I'm afraid we don't have any dog biscuits. And she put her hand over her mouth to hide her snigger. I'm sorry i can help myself. She strange a to hope he get better soon. Do i said haddad with a sound like a whimper. Katie spent the day at school worrying about how her dad was coping with being a werewolf. She knew how he hate do nothing and hoped he could stay perked. If you went for a walk in broad daylight people bound to see him they would think the frankenstein's monster was on the loose.
"katie" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Thing. So of course. But what i think now is that i live a little bit. More with an overview of lives lived an intention of living Which is that. I feel like no matter. What i do might living is more purposeful. I see that in you. If i may say that i mean you have many lives within a life and your work with discussing lives with people is so profound and the way that you work and the depth with which you work and the goodness with which you've always worked is so profound and i imagine you feel like you live many lives because you live so many lives within this life. You're living and your lives that you're living right now are so good. And they're so focused and they're so it's so purposeful what you're doing right now. But that's softly nice. Thank you. I am not must that you've lived many lives. Well many chapters right like every trumpeter is different in and not all wonderful as we know but important and meaningful and useful right. I think at the end. I mean one time i. I was working with his holiness. The dalai lama and we were at We did universities. We were. I was his like opening act at universities and that was what i talked about. Was that we write the book of our life and we carry it with us and certainly not. Every chapter is an easy read or a winner. Sometimes we just feel like those chapters are so devastating. But that's what makes a good book. That's what makes a book a good read. And that's what makes our life a good read because we can turn the page when those pages or those chapters are so difficult. But we're still gonna carry that with us so it's right on you know let's keep writing on and let's see how our book turns out and if we're proud of the book that we wrote as life goes on and as As you said we've known each other a really long time. And i've watched you write your book and i've seen some of the healthcare chapters and you've written them so beautifully Katie and you've used some of the really harder chapters to make the world a better place make your world of more profound place than a more loving place. And somehow you've managed to bring more love into your life. And i wanna learn from your book had to do that to my life so that my next book has more loving too because you're such an example You're such a brave example. You know your your book has so much courage in it and.
"katie" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz
"This summer on next question with me. Katie couric. I'm celebrating the shortest season with the fun summer series on fox and not just any books i just love that single voice crying out in the wilderness of of life experience memoirs. I just finished writing my own. Them were which comes out this october. So i wanted to spend some time with other people who have shared their stories and put themselves on the page knives such an interesting range of guests people. You might know like sharon stone. I think the whole world is probably aware of how much i didn't have boundaries or admire like former xerox. ceo ursula burns. I think that this is the dream. America embodied in my mother. She did it or have followed from afar like amanda kloots. I didn't hug him kiss him. I dropped him off at the corner of cedar sinai. I don't even know if he said goodbye to elvis. I mean we really thought. I'd pick them up in a couple of hours and there's so much to talk about the pain of writing it's not like making a movie or making a show. This is your life. This is not a writer. I don't pretend to even be one and when this thing started. I believe that i had committed to do this now. Sometimes i couldn't even see the keyboard or what. I was typing. Because i was crying so hard the personal revelations. It wasn't so strange to bring your kids to a like camp in the middle of canada. I was tired of people. And i was tired of hurting myself and the triumphs. I.
"katie" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz
"That was Christine Michelle. Carter you can check out her book MOM AF and keep up with all. She's doing on instagram. And that does it for this week's episode of back too busy with Katie. You can also follow Katie an eye on instagram check out our favorite moments from these episodes and all that we're doing and tons of other episodes of back to visit to catch a pond. So if you haven't done already, go ahead and bench, go find us on Apple podcasts, the iheartradio APP and wherever you can listen to your favorite shows. Katie's back next week. But until then I'm bows missing John and this is back to Biz with Katie and bows. Thanks so much for listening..
"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"Katie couric I'm bozeman. Saint John. I'm posted the HIP podcast next question with me. Katie couric and of course. I'm a longtime journalist sister. You are an award winning journalist. That's true but it was. Yeah and I'M THE CHIEF. Marketing Officer at endeavor and someone who is so impressive. Her career was actually the subject of a Harvard. Business School class. Those are factual facts and we wanted to combine closes business and branding expertise with Katie's natural curiosity to create a podcast responding to this moment in time. Welcome to Katie bows get it Biz bows cue. We get it back to visit looking towards the future to understand how this unprecedented moment will forever change the business of check and Media Travel and leisure education sports and fashion and pop culture each week. We'll talk to the big thinkers leaders and innovators in those industries. And the last some how. They're responding to these big societal shifts that the pandemic has brought about and how they're adjusting to this new way of life often not just through adaptation but through innovation too right because in many ways this has been a really dark time but it's also a time for recalibrating and finding the light so come and join us. It's going to be fun and enlightening and maybe even hope back to Biz with Kadian Bows. It's out now but like all good things. This limited job ten episodes to get it. While it's hot. You drop it like it's what it is hot Katie. What it was hot to start.
"katie" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz
"Katie couric, I'm Bozeman. Saint John I'm posted the HIP podcast next question with me Katie. couric, and of course I'm a longtime journalist. Sister you are an award winning journalist. That's true, but it was yeah, and I'm the chief marketing officer at endeavor and someone who is so impressive. Her career was actually the subject of a Harvard Business School class. Those are factual facts, and we wanted to combine closes, business and branding expertise with Katie's natural curiosity to create a podcast responding to this moment in time, welcome to. Katie bows. Get it, Biz bows. Cue We get it. Back to visit looking towards the future to understand how this unprecedented moment will forever change the business of check and media, travel and leisure, education sports and fashion and pop culture each week we'll talk to the big thinkers, leaders and innovators in those industries, and the last some how they're responding to these big societal shifts that the pandemic has brought about and how they're adjusting to this new way of life often. Often not just through adaptation, but through innovation too right because in many ways this has been a really dark time, but it's also a time for recalibrating and finding the light, so come and join us. It's going to be fun and enlightening, and maybe even hope back to busy with Kadian bows. It's out now, but like all good things. This limited job just ten episodes to get it while it's hot. You drop it like it's what. It is hot Katie. What she? It was hot to start with. Remain tied, will.
"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"Goes Jon. Meacham has written lots of. He's amazing and one of the things. I think that we have lost historical sense in in the way our society is built so so tech forward in so digital forward in that like someone the other day was. This is just terrible. I'm light on. Slavery was terrible. This will war was terrible. The whiskey rebellion was terrible. Mccarthyism was John. Salem which trouser like. We haven't ability to overcome things Might only worry. Is that because we're so jacked into the tax system that it's taken over our brains in that addictive way in it's really the the communications platforms are so invasive in toxic that it may be the things that pushed us over the edge but we've overcome so much horrible history in for for lots of people and reached for some really big goals like them. I was watching for some reason. I was watching the speech that Kennedy gave about the moon landing and I was like. Oh remember that was great like the we can the minute. We have a leader. That's like that. I think it appeals to our best nature and it pulls us away from from all of this or maybe we just need to get out of the way or just let that mater. They think people out and all a happy note. I I live in this neighborhood in. Dc right now with my kids in Shaw and one thing. That's great if you walk around. The city leased Everyone's on their porches talking to each other. It's really a people are sick of the screens. Like they've gotten outside they end in this. You just go by and meet. I've met I know all my neighbors. Now which is incredible which I would. I moved into a new house but I did. I would've taken me forever would have been closed and there was this family across the rent on the corner from me and they were all outside doing the electric slide of all things and the electric of these kids were loving it. There's little kids in name course like I was like. This is an awful dance. But it's not it's not it's a great dance and moved to the Macarena and it was like it was just a lovely night and I was like okay. You can be like this. You know what I mean. There was There was a real sense of community that was had been lost. And I'd forgotten about and I thought that was. I hope I hope you have video of yourself doing the Macarena. I I was socially distancing I am I cannot do the electric slide to this day. I can't no no no. I can't. I think I want some trying to teach you to do the body role so we may I? Well they're going to be successful in electric. No happening. I I will do so badly you'll be like I cannot believe someone dances quite so badly. It's really depressing and I have to learn to dance because I'm getting married again. Think about hope over experience and and it's a triumph of hope over and my My girlfriend is an amazing She does tango and she's like if you don't asset are frigging wedding. I'd get a divorce you right afterwards and I was like how I learned to dance so I'm GonNa get on Youtube and learn how to dance are I said we can. We can do zoom and Bozen. I know she's pretty good to see you down. Katie couric low. Like I saw a picture of you. I was like girl happen there. Jesus I like it hot. Oh we drop it like. It's what it is. Not Katie. What she say it was hot to start with remains. It will always be thank you for doing this for those was the x whose necks having up when what is what are you trying to find out bright me? We're just talking to smart forward-looking people who were you know thoughtful and interesting and fun to talk do but I would tell you. But then I'd have to kill you care. I don't care that's good discussion to have because we can. We can change things for the better and get rid of the shitty things for sure. All right thanks Karen thank you. Well that was it the very first episode of back to Biz with me. Katie and me both so those what did you think. Oh my goodness I'm about to pop the champagne. That was fun. We're GONNA do ten so there's a lot more to come we'll be talking to. Ceo's entrepreneurs political leaders cultural trailblazers. Gosh and so many more so stay tuned everybody. The next one will be coming the first week of June and new episodes land every Thursday. After that you can find back to Biz episodes in the next question. Feed or by searching Apple podcasts. The IHEARTRADIO APP. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and if you right you've heard spread the word. Let us know confined social media. We're on instagram and twitter. And Tick Tock what do you think those are you? GonNa do it. Oh Hell no. I'M NOT GONNA dock. They can find. You might do tick Tock. I'm an adapter woman so you might find me. Doing a few very strange dances. So tell layout your daughter. She's got to join me and follow me at least on. Tiktok so I have somebody following me right well the next show will be Katie and layout meanwhile I'm Katie couric and. I'm both Saint John and this is back to Biz with Gedeon. Bows for listening everybody. Okay bye.
"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"You're listening to Biz with Katie and bows. Let's get back to it. Let's return to our conversation with Cara. Swisher of all things that this has shown is how many people are exposed especially because of the GIG economy which was fueled by tech companies like everybody all of them use contractors and I think I had a really good podcast with Nicole Hannah Jones who sixteen nineteen project she writes about inequality for the New York Times which was all about this idea of we call them essential workers now when in fact before this we treated them as if they were not essential not essential in terms of how he paid them or health care or any kind of benefits. They're sacrificial workers than it creates this sort of with near magazine called Rich Corona Pork Rona. Right as these lords and the serfs and we're seeing that we're seeing that in real time with people who were not protected and we've got to really start to think hard about focus on people not corporations Well I guess the question is you talked all these big markers I mean. Do you think they have the stomach? And the will to say we're going to start treating these essential workers better. You had that nightmare story for Amazon. You Know Walmart. Workers didn't get mass for the longest. Mean Yeah you think there's going to be a real shift in attitude. Well look at that. It was interesting because one of the stores I read was like happened after just bazo sought visited warehouse. Not until then so. I don't think they're in the presence of mind to think of these workers as anything but sacrificial they're not they haven't they the idea of what an employee is has to change right very drastically because in this on me. A lot of people are contractors. And what isn't employees do they? How do they get benefits? How did they get child? Childcare look at look at the issues around childcare right now. Anyone who has young kids no matter. What their their monetary wells right now unless you can force someone to work for you. Fly them to Turks and Caicos wherever you live Everyone is now understands the childcare crisis in this country because they don't have childcare all of a sudden and I think that's the kind of thing we have to think about. These workers is that they're not paid enough. They are they able to make a living wage. And we're taking we're feeling it. Just a tiny bit in inconvenient ways. Yeah but speaking of employees you know this is such an interesting topic around sacrificial workers by the way that just blew my mind with. She's great I love it. Sacrificial workers I'm going to use that from now on because that is absolutely the truth and gets the center of it. But you've talked about you know W F H working from home. Right and What that's going to be like. So what do you think of that? I mean what what happens because twitter right to announce book in rubber from home like indefinitely. what happens. How does that affect a lot of people at work from home? They can't they have analogues people who work for the MTA. Say or people who you know public transit who works delivery. The lots of people can't work from home. And so what are we gonNA do for those people in very? It's easy for people dollars workers to do this. You know twitter. Like doesn't matter where they are doing their coating. It doesn't they've a connection in their computer. They're just fine like that kind of thing we've got to think about. This country is is more than just knowledge or else. We make everyone a knowledge worker. Which isn't gonNA write really interesting questions. How do we? How do you work from home? And we do it in such a way that people can have good childcare good healthcare and a good working wage. The when they say they're gonNA two more dollars to people for Combat Pay. Essentially sort of that is so insulting to me. You know what I mean like your teachers. How are they going to deal with? Not Having been trained in technology now having to teach courses and make them interesting. They're sort of. Here's zoom link. Good luck like what like. Excuse me this is how we're educating our kids. So I think I think we have a real public private partnership on this stuff because look this administration suspending competent on every aspect. You can't you can't imagine they're thinking for the future of like. What do we do next you know? How do we return? Well who are you impressed by? I mean if we ever needed some leader great leaders and and thoughtful leaders and thought leaders and all of the above. It's now so who do you think is providing that kind of leadership whether it's in the in the world of packer outside of Tech Care. Well you know there's different people have different voices. I you know. Look you can't help someone who has been very tough on over the many years of Bill Gates but I think they've been he's been really prescient about this thing. What are we going to do next around healthcare and his wife? Melinda Gates is really interesting. I think I'm just thinking tech leaders. I think mark betting off been one of the most outspoken about the idea of compassionate capitalism. And how to get there and how you have to. You have to figure out. A new ways of treating workers and creatively educating them and creatively caring for them. He's talked about a lot of stuff. I you know. There's some politicians who can't help but admire with Warren in terms of some of the. I think she's the only politician I'll tell you. A big tech is nervous about the idea of vice president. Elizabeth Warren has got them sweating. Because you know she's she's super thoughtful about what we need to do. And she's been talking about this issue the plight of workers in the average person for a long time And even even the Medicare for all debate like like all the sudden like. Oh yeah maybe so And you know not. Everyone's GonNa get this not. I do see the push pull of people wanting to get back to work. Of course I like not having stores close. The people like not working. I just think this push pull of what average citizens have to realize they have to sacrifice in. It's something Americans. The twitchy American electric doesn't like to do when we come back. Cara Swisher finds a positive note for us and on thank goodness You're listening to back to Biz with Katie and boats and before we finished our conversation with Karen we asked her for the inside scoop on what tack innovations were really impressing her right now. Well I think two areas a really big night written about one is climate change tack. I think there's some this is an area we're going to talk about. The next crisis renovation. Climate change is an ongoing crisis that we have to figure out and technology has to play a big part in it not just getting rid of the carbon in the atmosphere because that's just cleaning trash right that's just so what. How can we make food? Like some of the food tech stuff is really interesting. You know how we make food available healthy food with less a tax plan at some of the autonomous car. Stuff is really great. I visited a couple of companies right before this. Actually that I was really heartened by like some of the stuff that's happening there. And the idea of saving energy in that way some of the sufferer on energies cool like the how we can build homes like the way we build homes right now is artisanal. It's ridiculous waste of of of all kinds of it. Contributes enormous amounts to greenhouse gases. Construction does so or what are we GONNA do with? If we'RE NOT GONNA have cars like I talked about nine dollars or we're not gonNA have so many commercial office businesses. Maybe we could turn them into home so people could live more affordably like there's all kinds of lake There's a great book by Brad Smith. He's the president of Microsoft of all people. Microsoft used which used to be sort of the evil empire. He's amazing book called tools and weapons and the same thing. It's about tech but it can either be second knife. It can be a tool or a weapon. Which one do we want to use it for? And I think that's like there's all kinds of stuff that we can take and start to think about. What a better way of doing it night. I have to say you on positive. I think young people really do get this younger people do. My is my son like Calms Me Down? So much. He gets it he understands it. I don't think he's particularly He's just like just take a second like we can figure this out like they're much more they don't they're not cynical and yet they they do. I think I think they're frustrated with all we've given them a terrible future with all this debt we've just piled on right now There's no choice here. Unfortunately but uh Who can say virus survived like? There's nothing to be done about something like this. But I think they've I feel that they're much more a hopeful but they're more pragmatic about things and I feel like whenever I talk to young people. I feel much better about the world because I think they've grown up in this tech environment. They see it for what it is and they're not fool the way we are in the doesn't panic them. It doesn't it doesn't upset them quite as much and they're not afraid. I know give their opinion. Sometimes I have to say without portfolio but I think they. They feel very liberated to to say what's wrong to sometimes are embarrassment because I feel like we have done a really shitty job and a lot of departments but I love the fact that they they care so much and they let you know. They care what they're gonNA do about it. And I think it's really refreshing to do you find that. Bose's well yeah I mean. I think that there's so much to be said for this coming generation right. They're innovating in a way that we never had to or generations before them really haven't had to innovate. In this way. Certainly there have been terrible moments in history where generations have had to overcome what their parents did. But even talking about. Carry your son you know going off to college and then coming out of it you know. What work is he going to do? How's he going to do it if he's not stressed out about it? He's feeling hopeful about what will become. I just think it's a very positive way to look at the future. Because although we've saddled them with perhaps what is a really detrimental horrible burden If he's hopeful that makes me hopeful well so you have a historical perspective? Nineteen I just did. A great.
"katie" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"Of things and the person who is on your plane that was always marrying a mask is a weird anymore right and maybe they'll hand him. They'll have jet blue on the front or whatever the heck they'll have But I think if you I don't know if you're old enough but I know Katie and I are when we used to go when I was a kid. We used to go through airports right to the gate. There was no security like I was telling my kid that I was trying to make him feel better about not being in school. I was like Oh what we used to go. Things change and they don't go back and so we had security used to walk through the gates them. We had a level security now. We have enormous security over time. It's the same thing with it's going to be a different experience in everyone will adjust to it. You'll get on a later you'll get It'll be slower. You'll have masks there might be. You know all kinds of things now. Interestingly Airlines they flow the air pretty quickly in those things so I think people will feel better will go back to that much quicker than you can. I just mention one thing you guys on airlines while on this topic I've heard about these flights. They're packed in like sardines there and I'm like what what is going on here. Why aren't they taking this more seriously? And yes I've heard about the air recirculating to go but it seems to me that nearline Sir not taking proper precautions. What is that all about if they want to get people back right so they so that because these loads when they load these airlines they should have these middle seats empty. Even though you know what I mean like you can do all you want. People in an enclosed space. And it's like Hello Pant. Hello virus that kind of thing. Even when there's just a regular virus or cold everybody get yet. You've been on lots of planes. You know that and so. I think it'll be really interesting to see how they're going to play. I think probably people will go back to. It's just at a different level. They can find different reasons not to fly again digital means have made it. So you don't have to like I was talking to a big broadcast network More for all of them. Is that correct? Okay thank goodness okay. That wasn't that one but it was one of the ones you work for Katie. And they were talking about those those those up fronts that they go to and stuff and this guy was like a week pay a lot of money. We fly first class. We get in the town cars. We go to the hotels. We've had the dinners you've been to a million and he's like we did it all in two hours on the phone like the decisions that needed to be made and so. Why would we do it that way again? Why would we spend all that money again? I made the three Martini lunch. Yeah right that stopped and it was replaced by something else in so I think that people will begin to reconsider. If you're not a business I you not reconsidering all costs in thinking about what you can digitize. You're not really good business person. Yeah I mean but speaking of the three Martini lunch what happens to restaurants. You know what happens to that decimated dining experience even after you think if now because Uber? One of the bright spots has been ubereats right and so what they're talking. There is rumors Being BOUGHT BY GRUBB. Will they would have fifty five percent of the delivery market United States? I'm not counting. Your is so much. Delivery in Newark in that sort of Sorority is system in place most restaurants but You know they'd have jordache would have thirty percent over would have fifty five percent. That's a crazy amount of control over the market. So people like that like the delivery experience if they get around and get used to it and so even if a small portion of it moves from going to a restaurant to using these availing themselves. That really can hit these restaurants hard and you talk to any restaurant person. This was already a problem. These delivery fees that these companies take thirty percent off the top. This is GonNa Kill Them. Same thing with grocery stores have the Amazon can deliver only a small amount of people now like delivery by by Amazon. They're GONNA use it. People people start to get used to things and so once I hate to say but it's been a real marketing event for things like streaming like Disney streaming or Or anything it's been a marketing event for For these people people get introduced to the product. I think I think the restaurant business though care has got to come back people. I mean their social lives revolve around meeting friends at restaurants. Maybe not right away. You think not done in combat. I don't I think it's going to be already been a retry same thing with retail. I mean certain retail certainly but in general the Any trends that were were present are accelerated. And that's what you have to think about if it's accelerated its Helped attack you're really. You're really you could go around from industry to industry and look at this streaming entertainment like people have been using these look at net flex never been more useful and people never been bigger now. I think people are going to stay in those zones and they were already doing home theaters they already. The technology availed itself the getting these screens in the ease of use. Something and so. I do like Disney launching the streaming platform Speaking of which Kevin Marriage is left to go to talk be. Ceo Tiktok? Those kinds of things are gonna do really well This this stuff has people have gotten used to. It are trying now. Not Everything's GonNa work. You saw Qube is kind of what happened to bosses. And we'll see we'll see it's a lot of money spent. Certainly they collect one hundred. Thirty billion dollars is a lot of money and it's a question. They were hoping for commuters right or on. So that's the issue is that I don't think some of the product isn't good and I think some of the product is quite good as an interesting idea is just. There's a lot of options out there. Let's talk about Tiktok sure. Yeah Yeah because my daughter I mean almost eleven year old. She has an account she posts a video. Hell no one hundred times A. She's begging me to join. I've seen so many of those videos. These brand messes tiktok yet. This is tiktok whereas Tiktok and she loves it. You know but also I mean we've seen other platforms that are doing so well like zoom. We've been thinking about that and how much that's increase in use so what about those platforms as as ways to recover. Maybe the anything. It's GONNA fall off once this is over zoom zoom. His was under stress because of the privacy and security. I don't know if you've got zoom bombed but I certainly did. I wanted to beat soon. Let me just tell you you do not want to be Zimbabwe. Trust me it was what they're bombing me. They're never balmy with good. S- good always real dirty gross porn. Okay right then I could on that. We don't want to select your porn. Katie as you know as if a heavy user porn I mean you have to does it anyway. Let's say are we too old to get on Tiktok? No no no. Yes yes. Because it's not your bra completely wrong. Tell me why God. It's like when when all the adults got on facebook and ruined it now. The Algorithms are so good you get the things you. WanNa get and so. I don't think it's quite like that. I don't think it's so apparent they use algorithm Selections so well compared to everybody else knowing what you want in feeding you what you want so you can stay in your little zones. What I think is interesting. I've interviewed a lot of people on. I think one podcast Gary Banner. Check in a lot of business. People are trying out Tick Tock End So is there was a great story. A in time. Say about a Vegan chef who is an actress was sort of. Didn't do very well as an actress now has been doing these lovely videos on. Tiktok and now she's a big hit like so mike the J. C. How looks real? And you got a few strips but you know what you want more than do because they show business. You'll need some liquid smoke at end. Look at Sarah Cooper who's amazing? She's a she's a comic. Google identified passed when she left Google to be comic along time ago. And now she does the trump She does the trump voice with her acting. It out is wonderful and she's become like a real sensation I think she's going to parlay that into something bigger. She's so talented. Not only that but Cara there was also Washington Post reporter. Who's young reporters? He's kind of young and he's getting younger. People make more knowledge really engaging them. Hello olds have you recently downloaded the APP Tiktok? But you're not quite sure what it's for. Well I'm here with the self proclaimed expert on Tiktok Jorgensen. Dave tell us what Tiktok is. It's like a viral video up. And what is the for you page? It's like your newsfeed. You're probably on a right now and tell me. Why is the Washington Post on top? So I'm going to go with care on. This bows creating event. Business Ignore Tiktok at their own peril agree and I think it's you know I. I'm a big believer in you. Just have to be his many platforms as you can mask media's now oxymoron and you just have to consider aggregate viewers aggregate listeners. You know I think fairus done an incredible job at that. I think he picked up all the time now after I did the interview of because he's doing advice like if you could like there's no real there's there should be really important business element giving business advice on Tiktok. It's a much more flexible platform than an instagram. Which is sort of seen as entertainment right? Tiktok is not yet formed and so it can do a lot of things you're listening to the debut episode of Bhakta Biz with Katie and bows when we return. Kara talks about how we all have to view essential workers in an entirely.
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"It's very hard to engage people without the one on one that that's what it shows to me like that. Something's are not able to be digitized. And this is one of the many think education would have gotten a lot further I think for adults a little better. Tons of people are taking webinars in classes and learning to like. I don't know like cut hair. But not just that but like play the Banjo and those those work okay because adults can take it but I think young kids you really need to engage them on a one to one level and I don't know it it makes me think that the how good our schools really right and but I think they have to be one of one and have that social element. Are you surprised scare though that schools didn't adapt more? You know you have the Khan Academy you would think that they would be a little more forward thinking about digital learning in general and perhaps come up with ways to make it more engaging and more effective I guess yeah but think about the equipment you need if you do. Vr that would be the solution right now. First of all a lot of kids are getting completely lost year. Talking about digital divide is tear crazy. It's crazy like not having Internet access. Not having a great device not just. They're just not going to school. They're not which is even worse candidate. Now if you get into the Vr area the equipment you it's just not there it's just not there and it's not it's pricey it's it doesn't work that well that would be. I suppose the thing but what what does. How do you do engaged curriculum on a screen? You know you can do with entertainment you chat. But I don't think it translates necessarily because they've been working on educational stuff for a long time online and I thought it was gonna take over everything and I just I just don't I feel now. Let's talk about business Obviously this is upended everything so we're going to break it down first big tech. You're confident places. I read like Apple. Facebook and of course the Amazon or going to survive and I guess in the case of Amazon even thrive. They're all. I think you talked about how they were larded. I like that Word News Column Laura with enough cash right so what? They're too big to fail. They're not. They're not too big to ball to rich to fail. Why should they fail? They have so much money that's the they have all this money. Some of them are doing rather well. Like stock is really is doing really well. Because they're providing services right now and everyone else can't keep up. That's the real issue is that Already accent is already celebrating. Trends that have started to happen. Retails already been under duress from companies like mostly Amazon essentially. So now it's not they're not under duress or under arrest and they've been closed and their financially at a disadvantage and they're not getting the money they're not getting like the Deli or any stores are not getting that and so so the big companies such as Amazon by the Walmart is going to be doing really well because you can warmer sound essential store but they also sell like Stephanie Rule just point out surfboards surfboards guy right He. Can't you know everybody gets used to doing well in this? Apparently don't have these cushions these companies have. They don't have this technology that the tech companies have to really figure it out and so say your Google and facebook advertising. They're only going to get stronger while everybody else. Look at there's layoffs and all the media companies school has maybe a little bit of a downturn in the advertising but when this is over where people gonna go Google and facebook which is why I assume the government's investigating. Well also. Where's the government can go to get cash issue? Also right. They're coming after those big big industries those big companies because they are so rich. And there's going to be paying for a lot of the stuff that we need right exactly. They're going to be company's making money. And so the issue is. There's no how can you innovate? And how can you keep small business alive in this environment? The government's doing a very good job of it as you know so many store. I mean the amount of stories of of misuse of funds is going to be in newspapers for for years to come goodness And at think the issue is that these companies. They're they're not just rich the rich there they can put look at all. The tech companies like twitter told his comp is employs just to stay home forever. You know if you want to Google. They can work from home Facebook they can work from home. It's not ideal but they certainly have environments where that doesn't hinder their businesses. Big Tech had recently been so scrutinized a spore monopolies for a tech addiction for misinformation. All kinds of things. Now they're bigger fish to FRY so they're probably breathing a bit of sigh of relief on that front to aren't they? Although bill though barges was talking about that the stories in the Journal and the New York Times about the Google being the case against Google moving forward the investigation school moving forward so this is advertising and so I think it's that was a little bit of shot across the bow like we haven't forgotten. I think the issue is. There's less appetite in legislative areas to do like privacy. Bill you know they're doing these other things. They can agree on lunch there. They can't agree. They can't agree on pandemic relief. Right think about it like they're not GonNa agree on what privacy is now that said. Look you have like a Warren and congresswoman up Aoc is working on this. Anti Merger Bill during the Pandemic Yvette. Josh Holly Over on the Right Working With Elizabeth Warren on the bigness of big tech so there are a lot of interesting coalitions forming around that and they used the pandemic to redeem themselves. You know we're not work. We got rid of those anti vaccine as we did this. We stopped misinformation about that. It only underscores that they can do it and so when it comes to political stuff. They don't do but here they've done it so I think they're using it as a bid for Maybe we're not so bad but if they do good doesn't mean they're not too big and I think that that'll be their issue for you. You have been talking about some of these darlings of Silicon Valley. But they're they're facing challenges to you know. We talked about UBER. A little bit Airbnb there there's so many who are facing challenges in obviously as a marketer I'd love to talk about perception brand perception. What is happening in press that affects those businesses? What are your thoughts on Uber Ads? There? I'm glad you're not driving legend. It's like insights Wendy saying I'm glad you're not eating. Eating is not such a hot thing. I was fascinated. You know there was that whole thing together of all the words they use now. Yeah we're here to help family. Hope stay home. Stay Save. We're here for you. We're here for you. I was really fascinated by the uber ones with the tinkling music. I'm not sure if it worked that I liked him any better. I don't know why they spent money on and telling me not to get in a car. I don't know what did you think well. It's actually funny because there are so many different ways to present the same idea right and and so what brand to do is figure out actually how to just take that idea comfort and make it sound like it's coming from them but not also destroy your business on top of the use of a marketing at this. Please don't get in a car. Your car rental car sharing the I. Just don't I don't get it. I don't get I was sort of SORTA almost wrote Dr. Because you're having was like okay. All right like please please. Don't do what we do. I also feel like there's so many of those ads going on now you guys the all a blur together for me. Of course they all wore my earned in Langley. But I can't remember who's doing what they all start to feel pretty duplicative to me and then I start feeling like you're just jumping on this bandwagon turned off. Yeah but that's the whole point is indies. Should be melding and molding their conversation in this way but affecting their own business you know so I would love an added to this sucks. We had to lay people off. And you're not getting in cars like hey come back to us when things are better. We'll give you. Everyone gets a mask or something. That's that's more helpful for me. What is it as the Uber is advertising? I didn't see one from AIRBNB. Which of course is really talk about a company. That's really terrific has a great product and is really strained at every aspect of their business was has set to go public. I mean can you. I'm interviewing Brian. Chesty later this week about but it's just like that one Israel like what do you do? There's nothing to be sad except you're in the wrong business at this moment in time. Yeah I think eventually people define via vaccine people will go back to it because it's a good product right like you have to differentiate between the good products that is just because of this particular pendant and the actual structural things so there's not cycle. They're sort of pandemic oil at and then there's things like Gyms that you may not go back to a movie. Theaters is a really good thing. Movie theaters are already on the downswing right. Except for like Alamo Draft House. That had an experiential kind of element to it and so movie theaters are already on the downtown. That's why you're seeing all these stories whether Amazon's GonNa buy AMC or Disney would buy one of them because they don't matter anymore like they don't there. There is an opportunity for those companies in his business. People stopped doing. And so. That's the issue. Are you a structural structural problem? More people are doing the same thing with with retail like. There was just was specialties. specialties was Fifty stores a huge business but they have a lot in San Francisco. Start in San with great sandwich. Store was a great chain was doing great. It's closing down. It doesn't have the financial resources to stay in business and it doesn't know when people are going to be the whole structural change of people being at the office. It's not just for the pandemic people aren't going to be going to the office as much and therefore the businesses all around it seemed parking. Garages Delis things. Like that is going to be impacted. And so yeah I think pe- people don't think about that the community around these companies right and how much they'll be hurting but let's just go through some other sectors. Cara short about the future of airlines and travel in the whole leisure kind of vacation district well. I'm always fascinated by there was a story that cruises of open in their never been more full like right. Everyone's dying to so. There is an element of people who take cruises are. GonNa take cruises and they've gotta just put practices into place that are going to keep people safer because you know in in this whole thing the whole the whole idea. What's happened here? Is Analog has struck back pretty hard and we realize how much analog stuff we do. I don't think people are suddenly going to be on planes. There's just going to be different practices going on plays a very much more aware.
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"Hi Everyone Katie couric and I'm Bosma Saint John and this is back to Biz with Kadian bows so this is it. It's our first episode of back to Biz. We've been talking about it for some time now and it's really happening. I'm Super Jazz to get this party started. I know me too and it feels like it's the perfect time to do it. I'm so looking forward to all the conversations that we're going to have here. We've got ten episodes to interview leaders in Business. Tech public policy as well as entrepreneurs pop culture trailblazers and just all around huge big thinkers. Well and we could really use some big thinkers at this moment in our nation's history bows and we're GONNA be talking to them about how they're responding to these. Big Societal shifts pandemic has brought about about how they're adjusting to this new way of life off and not just through adaptation innovation to in many ways. Both I think this has been a terrible thing. But it's also a time for reassessing and in some cases I think rethinking everything that's right that's right and our I guess I think really sets the tone for the series as someone who's forward thinking and innovative and just all around so cool. She's so in demand you know. I mean she's a tech journalist. Cara Swisher Cara. No Right. I'm here. They're young here. I'm here you're hold on. Oh Are you cranky. Tired of days let me get my Limb sector and the Sunglass the aviators. I'm going to during the wait. Let me feed the pig governor. Cara is I think the personification of the modern media Maven and very good at alliteration too. Because this woman is everywhere. She's a columnist for the New York Times. She's founder and editor large tech site recode when she's not writing cheese podcasting the CO host of the award winning pivot podcasts. She's the host of recode decode and she's also cooking up a new podcast for the New York Times. Which is still unnamed right now. That's set to release this fall. I don't know how she does it. And on top of that. She's a mother of three to high schoolers and relatively new baby. She's quarantining Washington DC. I love Keira. She's such a bad ass and more importantly bows she thinks. I'm a bad ass but I know you got to know Kara recently. In one of your latest gigs right. Yeah that's right. Well you know what we're about to be a trio of bad asses. I'll tell you that because I've known Cara for some time. I met her at first when I was the chief Brand Officer. Uber and I just stepped into a big pile of it and she wanted me onstage at recode which is conference it was September twenty seventeen. I went in really prepared to face the fire. You know I knew she was really going to give it to me so I was prepared for care but you know who? I wasn't prepared for her Mama. Her mother who I met backstage we fry even got on stage and she gave it to me. Good I mean she was just giving me all the questions and the Allegra. Yes Cara had to come and break us up you know. I think she was probably stealing. Mccarron question so well I guess. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree right. Those that's exactly right because I think care is an amazing journalists and she's really feared but also revered and that's a tough combination and we thought that she was the perfect way to kick off our debut podcast together. She has her finger on the pulse. Not just of Silicon Valley but I think the business world in general and the world of pop culture like you do both right and fashion because you know what her affinity for aviators makes a lot more sense now that Yep all right last show or movie that you loved. Oh God there's so many I think I liked Akash while I was waiting for top gun too. So I don't know what to say I love Topgun toes so excited for the sequel and wonder woman to. I know it sounds crazy. I'm a big top gun fan anyway. Let's get to it Cara Swisher. I am super excited because you are our debut guest is with Katie and bows get it good as bose. Oh my God gotten to know my God shelf. Let me look at your bookshelves. Those emmys and those emmys back on. It's going on this show view care. I know each other already. Don't get to know of all things. Arianna Huffington introduced us at up threat graduation. She was speaking in San Francisco for a private girls school and and she She was She was hiring you to run marketing for or to do marketing for Uber. So we met there while Arianna was addressing the young lady young rich ladies of San Francisco essentially and I think your daughter went there eventually at some point. We're going to do it but then never moved up to San Jose state anyway so we met when it's Uber and I unless she had nothing to do with disaster that was she tried her best started sort of got sucked into really really toxic situation. I think Came in post a thank host when everything was already headed downhill exactly. But you know it's like the I was telling Katie that you were the first person that I talked to when I decided to leave. Oh that's interesting. I talked to Francis. Free the other day who is also another price. He's me the other day when who is another person comes a Harvard business school professor. All these women came into try to clean up that mess and and were not successful and of course Today Layoff I think. Three thousand people is some enormous number of people have been laid off. They're closing down. Some businesses like freight It was Time then everything was going great and there was a culture problem asks worn of the CEO Travis County and the people he hired and turning around a a success determining ARATU success into toxicity. And so you were trying to do that and to me. It was like putting lipstick on. I don't know what the virus it was. Just not good shows really. You were trying to market something that had a fundamental issue with its business and now of course. It's struggling real issues of health and other things Well we're excited to talk to care because a lot of the columns you've been writing in the New York Times precisely some of the things we want to address says we go about this quote unquote new normal or new shirt. New Future is Ray Dahlia said. Yeah that's right. That's really how how technology has been affected and how technology can help or in cases when it hurts but before we talk about business. I I know we wanted to talk about education. Sure yes well. I mean that's the thing I mean. We're all adjusting right. You mentioned you have a you know kids who are looking towards graduation etc. What do you think is GonNa Happen? in terms of College. I mean virtual college gap years. What do we do or what does what does your your child do? Leaving it up to him. He's gotten into two schools and he's GonNa be going to Nyu and so of course that's spots central And I you know I'm GONNA leave it up to him. He's every every day is different. He's like I don't know if I WANNA do school on zoom. I think he's GonNa have to. There's going to be definitely different. Soccer to be the freshman experience that that everybody got to have And so I'M GONNA leave it up to him. I don't know what schools are going to do in terms of everybody. Taking a gap year of twenty percent of people take a gap year that changes the dynamics of the school So I'm going to let him decide. He's a he's a fine young man and he will figure out what he wants. He's definitely handling it better than most. Yeah Yeah but I know that the You know it's interesting. There are all kind of creative solutions that educators are going to create right. I guess to engage their students. I mean you said in a recent column I know of no parents including those living in what are considered good school. Districts are happy with their children's online classes terrible. So so what happens I mean? What are the innovative ways? You think that educators are going to be able to engage. I don't think I think it teaches us. That analog learning is so important I mean. I think they've been trying with these in classes but they're not engaging at all and they're not they're trying. I have friends who are teachers. And they're trying best but I think.
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"Katie in the morning on the number one sixty seven five KCL does happen sometimes where we talk about something it leads to something else and the now is that we find ourselves wanting to know about the craziest thing you've ever done in a relationship because we know you're crazy all rights we have lots of crazy people are calling and that are beyond esses rezone we're really ships make you crazy let's go to crystal what's the craziest thing you've ever done in a relationship I had an ex with the car if you do that well every time I would get upset he would always and I would try to leave you hours jumper from my car with it was just really mad I just well you kill yeah he was pretty big I he had a few bruises yeah well I didn't even kill more anything we got when you move but nobody was you get charged with anything yeah okay he also together isn't Bob okay memory so it live and learn all right Chris so great called thank you so much I was going to cheer me what's the craziest thing that you did on X. did to you in a relationship well I made a smart comment to my wife one day while we were outside and turned around and walked off like a like a keen like I had one in all of sudden I got slash in the back with a couple of Starbucks coffee maybe making a scene in public no it was it in our neighborhood right about house will still still in right now in our neighborhood okay all right Gerry good when did she feel justified in that I think so because you still bring that to this day all right great great call no still together that's good let's go to Kerry what's the craziest thing you've done to annex or vice versa and then I heard the phone and you know it is a minute thank you very heavy too yeah to my cell phone or like a house phone or what and then he can let the low income in the rain and I want to follow my grandmother he was yelling and screaming about that but earlier on an army not the color I've got a guys leg by clicking and this file and he does right now and when he does arrive between us it was low thank you I would say I would say if a guy did that a lot maybe no judgments on here right we have imia would be laughing thank you let's go to keep what's the craziest thing you've ever done in a relationship so when I was in high school me and my friend but all my ex boyfriend's car get your friend involved spit on your ex's car why young they forget Grassley gets worse because of the flashing of the tire right you know that show the status of the break right in another way what is what is your ex due pretty much of a bad person he he did on me and we actually saw him over at another part when his friend car talking to the girl he cheated on me let not good thank you keyed in okay let's go to Christian was gracing her generation ship me and my daughter's mom were split up to date a guy and us was the same guys tires Weiss only three of them because if you do all for insurance will cover I.