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"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:15 min | 7 months ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Sales, the prospects for a possible virus treatment we talked about earlier and the hopes of more stimulus, the Dow rising five hundred twenty six points, today s and P, five, hundred and Nasdaq each adding nearly two percent. Take a quick look at futures now see how the day Jake tomorrow and there. It is green across the board on Day One, hundred seventy of the crisis here are the latest headlines. Headlines Tonight Apple is reopening ten stores in New York City this week, but by appointment only the Eiffel Tower will reopen next week after being closed for three months, and the US has extended its border closures with Canada and Mexico until July twenty first. There's new backlash brewing over the paycheck. Protection Program reports say some members of Congress that opposed lending transparency proposals benefited from the business loan program are Kayla Tau with us. Live following the money for us. Tonight Kayla. Scott good evening. The stimulus packages had strict conflict of interest rules for loans from the Treasury the Federal Reserve, but not for the six hundred and seventy billion dollars of forgivable loans to small businesses, and the Treasury Secretary says the recipients of those loans will remain confidential. The politico is reporting that at least four firms associated with lawmakers or their families received these small business loans. Though one fiesta restaurants gave it back. The recipients included car dealers owned by Roger Williams. The Texas Republican representing the Austin area. Who voted? Voted against efforts to disclose recipients of large loans, one of the dealers defended the move and told the Dallas morning, news in May like millions of small businesses across America are family owned business was not immune to the economic damage, caused by the government shelter in place orders and the impacts of covid. Nineteen Jim Clyburn chairs the House Select Committee on the Corona Virus, and is leading a new effort to get transparency here. He says we need to know WHO's getting these loans to determine whether they were actually eligible. What we're saying is This is supposed to. to companies that needed. They needed to keep people working That's what will be one. What personal relationships longtime relationships to be the guiding forces here. Independent watchdogs have warned that the administration could be trying to kneecap them in a letter to Congress Michael. Horowitz says that Treasury said that is his committee doesn't have the authority to police. Nearly a trillion dollars in spending in the letter, it says if treasuries interpretation of the cares act were correct. It would raise questions about the committee's authority to conduct oversight of. Of these funds it, this would present potentially significant significant transparency and oversight issues. That's got the letter asked Congress to take legislative action to make sure that does not remain. The case can't make some of this stuff up Kayla, just to be clear, we're saying there are members of Congress who opposed transparency about these loans who actually benefited from the loans themselves. That is true Scott now to be sure Jim Clyburn the House majority whip said that many of these companies may be deserving. They may actually meet the criteria for these loans, but without knowing the full battery, the full catalog of companies in America. Who are receiving them? It's really hard to make that determination also the bill for this transparency that. Congressman Williams oppose that would have made it public, which companies got more than two million dollars in loans, but there is not really an effort underway to disclose anything below that Scott in DC, following the money on a very important story tonight the US Open which happens in August in New York has gotten the go ahead tonight without fans. However, the big question now is whether the players will show up. Let's bring in Tennis General President Can Solomon Ken Welcome back because I used to see you. Against that thanks USTA make the right decision here. Do you think? Oh. I think so look. This has been calculated. This has been probably interesting to watch for most people as as the US Open itself and I think they've got the protocols down and You know it's a touchtone Ben for the country and. The governor of New York says it's OK and the US Jason's. It's okay, I. I think it's It's the right one. You obviously have a horse in this race. How much pressure did you personally put on the USDA to make this decision? Well. It wouldn't really matter if we did. We didn't I don't think they'd be listening to us. Although obviously what we garnered from the fans certainly is something they want to hear, but the reality is that we have been on with interim tennis while the tours have been on hold, and this will mean that Washington DC will likely kick off going into Cincinnati. What's normally in Cincinnati in New York, and then the open itself so I can't say that we bought pressure I think that we really wanted the right decision to be made in whatever was not a political answer. This is the truth. We're going to be one way or the other. unlined that they're attempting to go, it's going to be very interesting. It'll be like no US Open history, not just because of the fans, but what the players are doing and how it's all working. It's GonNa be fascinating speaking of. Speaking of the players John is ner has tweeted tonight. Top ranked American player a how excited he is about this decision saying it's time to get back on. The court hasn't been exactly the same case from someone like Novak Djokovic. Not sure if he's going to show up Rafael and said if this was right now, he probably wouldn't come either not dimension a couple of the women top players as well hal up and Bharti saying that they're not sure they're going to come. Either what is it? GonNa million. If the top players don't show up. Well, the beauty is one hundred, twenty, eight, one hundred twenty eight women singles alone. There's always great stuff to watch, and frankly whether it's for injury or some other reason, somebody's always going to be out. So the US Open transcends any individual player, even groups of players that really it would be great if they can make it, but it's not that Novak won't play. No, that's got his own. Own Tour on the air right now from Serbia that we're entering in Serbia was way ahead of the game they they were their numbers for like Korea and and like New Zealand and they've actually got people in the stands there, so a lot of it's about the travel itself and the fact that you're going to have to be here probably for the better part of three weeks. And we'll see how this turns out right. I think they're not committing now, but there is a grand slam championship trophy. If the US Open on the line that tends to bring out the best player, so we'll see how it goes if I say I think that, maybe if the clock's ticking to on some of these players right there are, there are records. Within reach that Nadal Djokovic chasing in terms of federal. WHO's not playing obviously for the balance of the good to see you? Thanks for being here tonight. Good to me with this guy, you as well, Ken Solomon Tennis. Channel here's what's next on this. CNBC special report. What stronger than when we entered it later tonight, a Miami nightclub owner strategy of getting everyone back in the game back to work and back out of the house. And meet the man behind this country's biggest black owned bank to see what he sees two minutes away. The owner of this country's largest black-owned bank. On just how bad the viruses hit businesses in the African American community. And is businesses in parts of Florida shut their doors again due to the virus. One entrepreneur shows us his path forward. Once again here's Scott Wapner. It's good to have you back with us. The Fed chairman today Jerome Powell weighing in on the economic inequality, facing minorities here in the United States. Economic disciplined like every other aspect of our society at does have a trouble history when it comes to issues of race inequality, a tight job market. Is Probably the best single thing that the Fed can.

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"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Welcome back according to the National Retail Federation the retail sector employs twenty nine million Americans but the two point five trillion dollar. Fashion Industry is at a dangerous crossroads with US tonight. Is the fashion icon. Joseph Abboud. He is the founder of a. Apparel Joseph. Welcome to our programs. Nice to see you you to Scott. Thanks for having me. You've seen so much of retail over the years. How would you characterize tonight the trouble that that industry is in well? It's unprecedented really We've been through recessions but clearly there's never been excuse me healthy shoe on the other side of it so the fashion industry isn't quite sure how it's going to reinvent itself but for sure fashion is always creative in. We'll find a way to get through it. Do you worry that we're GONNA see more bankruptcies we're just coming off of a filing by Neiman Marcus about a week ago. Barney's here in New York a some months ago Nordstrom closing a bunch of a bunch of its stores. How bad do you think it gets? Well I think the companies that were struggling financially before the crisis are going to struggle even more and it's it's fortunate Survival of the fittest and a lot of the retailers are consolidating where you may see a company like Hudson Bay owners of saks fifth avenue acquire parts of Neiman markets. So I think we'll see less stores. There are three point six million retail stores in all price points across this country. So I think we are over stored and I think the relevance now is not about price. That's a great myth. That's been perpetrated on the retail industry. It's about value quality storytelling relevance for retailers especially with the new generations with the with the millennials and certainly Gen Z. Right behind I'm thinking of so many different issues facing the industry working at home for example having the obvious impact of who needs to go out and buy a suit either male or female. How should we be thinking of that? And when you do go out how can you try anything on in the age of Mid Nineteen? That's right and all of those questions are unanswered is trying to be innovative about how we fit men to suits now. Think about it. Think about that intimate relationship of a guy coming up and trying a jacket on you or taking measurements. That's uncomfortable for the moment. So we don't have the answers for that. In virtual fittings and online fittings don't really work so I think what's going to happen with retail is that people are going to look for more intimate settings to shop smaller retail environments with more space where people are more comfortable and they're familiar with the owners so it's a new paradigm for us and I think the great part of our industry is what we do find a way. We will find a way to get through this but there are a lot of unanswered questions was going to ask you. If it's this is all bad for the mom and pop retailer but what you just said actually had me thinking that maybe in this new environment where it's more personalized as you just suggested they could actually do. Okay I think the greatest creativity we habits with the small shops where you find new product new ideas the service that people really love to have so. I'm hoping that there will be this. this growth of the small specialty store where service and quality really become important in. That price is not the only driving factor. The other piece to Scott is that I think people will start to look at healing fabrics like pure cashmere pure wool pure linen pure cotton. It's not the time for sensationalist fashion. It's fashion always finds a way it's a mirror of society and we have to look inward now and I think it's dressing for the inside literally and figuratively not for the outside interesting thought there and finally a thought from you on something that was wants near and dear to your heart and your business and you ever hold a fashion show again. Well you know that's really interesting. We both know the energy and excitement of a fashion show being in proximity close proximity to so many people the Paparazzi cameras energy models. I don't know I think virtual fashion shows will happen but I don't think in the near future. We're going to see that excitement. At least on the runway. We may see it on the screen but not on the runway but we lose some energy from that. Yeah that's that's sad to hear. Fashion ICON JOE booed. We appreciate your time. We wish you will thank you. Scott stay will well are. We do have more breaking news tonight right now. Let's get back to Kayla towel. She Kayla Scott. The trump administration has drafted an executive order that would mandate essential drugs be produced here in the US according to two sources familiar with the matter one of whom says this executive order could be released as soon as tomorrow but is awaiting the President? Sign up this comes amid multiple supply chain shortages amid the havoc that has been wreaked by the corona virus crisis. The administration has multiple efforts underway to try to move supply chains to the US to try to avoid those supply chains shortages in the future at Bloomberg News which was first to report this news. Notes that there would be exceptions if the US production isn't in the public interest or if it would raise prices of those drugs by more than twenty five percent one of my sources. Scott says that this order would direct hhs to study the supply chain identify weaknesses and in ninety days. Deliver report to the president. Scott appreciate it. We'll follow that tomorrow. Our nightly salute to restaurants is next our nightly salute to restaurants from Alaska to New York. Thanks for being with us. Shark tank is coming up next.

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"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:36 min | 10 months ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I I'M NBC producer. Katie Kramer one of the voices behind the CNBC podcast squawk pot. In these times of uncertainty. We WanNa make sure we're bringing you our listeners. As much information as possible as quickly as we can. That's why we're sharing with you now as see special report markets in turmoil. Listen and good evening. I'm Scott Wapner on day. One hundred nine of the corona virus crisis. We have major developments tonight on multiple fronts. I futures are surging right now on word that a drug to treat the viruses getting good news. In early data second Boeing saying it will resume commercial airline production in Washington state next week and finally new details this evening on how. The president wants to reopen the economy. We start though with the news in the war against the corona virus stat news reporting this evening that Gilead Rim desert trial is seeing what they call rapid. Recovery's joining us now. The man who broke that story Adam Feuerstein. He is the senior writer for Stat News. Adam it's good to have you on. Thank you for being here. Tell us what you reporting found. It's got thanks for having me on the show. Yeah so what reporting tonight is that. It's basically an early snapshot of a phase. Three clinical trial of the drug disappeared. Who said that's being developed by Gilead scientists and what we were able to obtain is is is a report from a hospital in Chicago which is treated about one hundred twenty five people with this drug in the clinical trial. And what? They're what they're saying and what they're showing from. Those data are is a rapid recovery. And some really a very potentially Interesting and encouraging results from the clinical trial. You know the caveat here being Scott is that this is a snapshot of a much larger clinical trial. It's being run all over. The world. Pictures are being enrolled and treated in the United States and in Europe and Asia. And so what we have here is just a snapshot glimpses. Study on what we really need to see. Obviously is the the overall study results which are coming to Wendy. You think we will get those atom so these data for this trial industrial enrolled specifically this proud that we wrote about today in enrolled patients with severe covered. Nineteen that study is supposed to have results read out by the end of the month. A second study that Gilead. There's running is in moderate cool with nineteen patients and that study should have results next month. The important thing about this study that you're reporting on is these rapid recoveries. Most of the patients who were treated. I understand from your reporting. Were already discharged from the hospital. Is that right right? So one of the things that were really got US noticing. This and thought that it was something that was important to report. Is that the patients in the study. What what they were seeing their observations that they were seeing in Chicago with the patients they were treating. There was what was a rapid recovery. The patients were coming in and they were. They were getting well relatively fast and they were being discharged. Most of the patients being discharged from the hospital within a week. Now this study is looking at two different dosing durations of industrial. They're being treated either for five days or for ten days and what they noted at the hospital was that most patients that they're treated don't even need ten days worth of treatment that they're that they're seeing patients are feeling better very very quickly and I and I did. I did interview a patient who participated in the study. He he lives in Chicago. He was short about all the classic symptoms of Coq. Nineteen that you have heard about. He had to go to the hospital and what he told me. And this is just getting a single patient experience but what he told me was is that essentially. He started feeling better like a day after getting room and he was in the hospital for four days. Four days worth of treatment with veer and he was discharged. Amazing reporting tonight. It is moving the market futures in early trading Adam for his team. Thank you for your time Adams with Stat News. Of course a senior writer there. Let's bring it now Dr Scott Gottlieb. Cnbc contributor the former FDA commissioner. Dr Gotlib what do you make of this report from Stat News on Gilead drug? Look it's the it's the latest in a series of data that we've gotten about this drug that indicates drugs active in a disease. And I think that there's probably enough accumulating data at this point that the regulatory agency might be able to consider either making it available under an emergency use authorization or through accelerated approval. There is a randomized study conducted by the NIH and National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases. That's now probably fully enrolled and now that that child is fully enroll that really serves as a pivotal study. That's going to tell us. Definitively how efficacious drug is and that could serve as a pivotal study to allow the agency to issue an accelerated approval. If they wanted to. And some of the accumulating data there was also a data set published about a week ago New England journal albeit a non random is data set looking at the drug in the setting of compassionate use but also showed some encouraging results. It was matched against historical controls. And all this data really is at this point. It doesn't prove anything definitively but it's all suggestive of benefit and regulatory threshold for approval under an emergency use authorization and setting a public health. Emergency really allows flexibility to approve products. Especially if they use setting where there was no alternative treatment and patients are likely to die. I will just close by saying I think that this drug might hunch all along. We've talked about on. This show is that there's an indication that this drug is active in the disease. It's probably not a home run. It's probably not a cure but it's probably something that used particularly in the setting of early disease when patients have early symptoms probably can be effective at mitigating a bad outcome in a number of patients. And so I think this could be part of an overall therapeutic armor metareum going into the fall or going into the summer that makes us much better position to deal with covert nineteen. What does it tell you about what the broader study that's going on concurrently may show here? Well what they got was one clinical trial site. They got a report from an investigator about the results in one site. This is a multi center trial but that along with other things that we've heard about this drug other reports out of China and some of the data of use of the product in China. What you hear certainly anecdotally from physicians and what you've seen. The data sets that have been published to date certainly suggests the drugs active. It's not an optimal drug by any means it has to be given intravenously supplies going to be an issue. It's hard to manufacture their issues with malfunction of liver tests. So you get you. Get a bump in your liver enzymes with this drug. That's in most cases self-correcting they ultimately resolve. But it's not a perfect drug by any means but oftentimes in these kinds of settings when you have a virus that you're developing therapeutics against your initial wave of drugs aren't perfect therapeutics. But they work and that was up experience with HIV was experienced with Hepatitis C. With the initial drugs that we developed against those diseases are not optimal drugs but they worked in the disease they helped certain patients and ultimately we developed better therapeutics. This is a drug desa that we have a lot of experience with. It's been on the shelf for a long time. Tried against Ebola. Tried again SARS. So there's an accumulated safety database. We understand the drug fairly well and so that safety database coupled with the efficacy data. We're seeing emerge about. It could form the basis of an approval either under an e away or accelerated approval sooner rather than later perhaps a glimmer of hope nonetheless. Dr Gotlib but once you to stand by we'll be back to you in just a few minutes. I WANNA go now to Kayla Tau She. She is in Washington with more details on the president's guidelines for reopening the US economy Kayla Scott President trump in the corona virus task force said that improving data on cases and hospitalizations in many states and communities should usher in a controlled economic reopening with some states able to reopen within days. Though every state will be different president trump said ultimately the benefits of this reopening should outweigh the costs. America wants to be open and Americans want to be open as I've said for some time now. A national shutdown is not a sustainable long-term solution to preserve the health of our citizens we must also preserve the health and functioning of our economy over the long.

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"kayla scott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"If you are a two year holder or something of that respect. Sure, he's a believer in at least that's his position as we mentioned stocks making a huge reversal today. Still having one of their worst weeks of the year is trade tensions between the US and China escalate Kayla tau, she is in Washington with the very latest busy day is busy few days on your beat Kayla. Scott one of the worst weeks for stocks all year coming off of whiplash on these trade talks, but ending with a rather sanguine set of statements from President Trump on Twitter after a week where he weighed in in a very vitriolic way on these trade talks. But today he says that he held candid and constructive conversations. His administration did with China. They're delegation led by the vice premier and he says, the relationship between president Xi and myself remains a very strong one and conversations into the future will continue. He doesn't say exactly when those talks will resume and up until now we don't know when those talks will be held safe to say it won't be next week that Senate just putting out a testifying scheduled for next week. And the Treasury Secretary will be testifying on Wednesday on the Treasury Department's budget. And of course, normally he and the trade Representative ambassador lighthizer have been the ones to travel to Beijing. But certainly a rather calm. And and conclusion to this week where the president did increase tariffs last night more than doubling them on the trunch of two hundred billion dollars. And I'm told that sources briefed on talks expect that the can will be kicked for a matter of weeks. And that if a deal isn't reached a matter of weeks, it's then that President Trump would actually put into effect this paperwork to put tariffs on the remainder of Chinese imports. We'll see what can be done. We'll see what discussions happen behind the scenes, and we'll see if both China, and the US continued to have these cordial statements, at least in in the public sphere, Scott. I'm looking at something right now Kayla. That says according to Mr Liu that China and the US agreed to continue talks in the future. But in Beijing. So it certainly looks as though yet talks are going to continue. We don't know exactly when and it's not going to be here..

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"kayla scott" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"In the message bible yeah along with the recipe for rice krispies whatever else is in the ms bible now i'm serious joking missed bob was fine if you're in the bible i don't care what it is but he'd be anyways we're going to sign off guys want to say thank you guys again we're coming to you live at the doctrine devotion conference doesn't eighteen hanging out with passage form jimmy fowler doug logan st mccoy bunch a bunch of great guys out here i want to send us a shout we met a guy tonight scott kayla's scott scott an amazing ministry where he's actually going into the prisons and essentially working with guys who are coming out of being incarcerated and stuff like that and essentially going to helping them get back on their feet and what do you call it going back into the world i guess is what you call it but i want to send i'm sorry i'm looking at right here so scots ministries called soldiers of christ prison ministries there on facebook check them out tell scott high but amazing ministry scott is really doing some mazing work he shared some just some of the stuff he was doing tonight just some of the guys work with walking with guys helping them win their incarcerated and then transitioning them to becoming husbands fathers against on the outside and it's really amazing so we just want send shout they him and just thanks everybody for the doctrine of ocean conference out here everybody were meeting this weekend people that listened to the podcast sport legacy dad's we really appreciate it we love meeting you guys and we just want to say thank you so much dante would have go ahead.

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"kayla scott" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"You're listening to sickness i didn't help brought to you by the council medical center once again israel's running jasmine rodriguez thanks to the tuning in and if you just joining us this is jasmine rodriguez your holes for this addition of insignias and in health before the break we've been talking to run sanderson who is the director of respiratory care i cast medical center also team win the hawaii director of the american lung association of the mountain pacific and kayla's scott who is a stage three lung cancer surviver i she's been survive for years now um and at total blessing an honor to have you here in studio before the break we were talking to her about her her journey and i want to go back to a because i think this is really important for our listeners to hear you're talking about telling you five children need all of that you had lung cancer can you pick it up from their certainly on the one eight it has to be the most difficult thing you know to to be told that i that had i had lung cancer to be told that i had a cancer that kills eighty five hundred people that are diagnosed was not as hard as seeing my children's faces um and and seeing their reactions and their tears i would never want to have to go through that again but certainly you know a lot of people when they respond to a somebody who has lung cancer have condition response of my first question did you small gray and r e it comes as more of an accusation than a form of compassion and it's really important to me to to put put out there for your listeners that if you should encounter somebody with a lung cancer diagnosis it's really okay to ask.

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"kayla scott" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kayla scott" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Exceptional people you're listening to in sickness and in health brought to you by the castle medical center once again israel's winning jasmine rodriguez thanks to the tuning in and if you're just joining us this is jasmine rodriguez your polls but his addition of sickness and in health before the break we've been talking to ran sanderson who is the director of respiratory care at cast medical center also tim win the hawaii director of the american heart association of the mountain pacific and kayla's scott who is a stage three lung cancer surviver she's danisa by for for years now and a total blessing an honor to have you here in studio before the break we were talking to her about her her journey and i want to go back you know a because i think this is really important for our listeners to hear you're talking about telling you five children you know that you had lung cancer can you pick it up from there certainly the one eight it has to be the most difficult thing you know to to be told that i that had i had lung cancer to be told that i had a cancer that kills eighty five one hundred people that are diagnosed was not as hard as seeing my children's faces and and and seeing their reactions and their tears i would never want to have to go through that again um but certainly you know a lot of people when they respond to somebody who has lung cancer have of condition response of the first question did you small great and it comes as more of an accusation that a form of compassion and it's really important to me to to put put out there for your listeners that if you should encounter somebody with a lung cancer diagnosis it's really okay to ask.

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