32 Burst results for "Kpmg"

"kpmg" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

04:48 min | Last month

"kpmg" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"And i let people know that you're not in hurt. My feelings i mean the people. I need to love me or at home and And they're gonna love me unconditionally. you kwami. I'm glad that you liked me. But i don't need you to love me. I just need you to be straight with me in the process. That's great. I feel like that's gotta be liberating for clients to the prospects because they can say okay. Well i can just tell joe legged is right. Yeah and if they know they're not going to hurt your feelings and that's just business. Then that's just business. I do like to tell people. Hey if i do lose your business to someone else I would appreciate it if you can give me any tips or tricks or pointers as to why you chose to go in a different direction. So that if there's something i need to look to add to my service or Help you understand the value or the next person understand the value. I can better my business. So that's important information to have. Yeah and so in that situation. How often do people take you up on that. And give you some helpful feedback. I usually send him an email afterwards. And i'd say nine times out of ten they'll give me something Sometimes that just comes down to. Hey we found somebody. That's a little less expensive than you. Okay that's fine You know again. I i know that my services were there. I know that the value is there. But i also know that there's there's we have a value. We have a worth and we don't want to dip down below that. Yeah no this is great. This is fantastic. You know. I i really appreciate this but before we go. Can you let listen to know again about you your company and how they can get in touch with you. Oh absolutely so. My company is vip. We are in accounting and finance recruitment. Are we do executive recruitment. So you're ceo's and then you're cfo's On down the line in accounting so from the cfo down to staff accountant and even for temporary contract workers to fill in a gap That's that's where we are our dollars. Sense I think that we're fantastic at the controller and cfo level. Those are my favorite areas within which to work. Because we've got a series of questions that are well-thought-out much like this to figure out you know who who needs to be in that seat and again how that seat needs to be improved with the next person. I think anytime you've gotta bacon in your company. It's an opportunity to improve your company and And then we also have a financial solutions division so we can do financial consulting company. And we do quite a bit of it mergers acquisitions Revamping processes helping people understand their business and help their business. Grow is extremely important. A lot of companies. We work with you know at the end of the year. They're getting audited by you know. Pw see and you know some of your other larger corporations kpmg and that costs a lot of money. Well we're about thirty percent lowered thirty three percent lower in cost in those companies so a lot of people hire us to come in. Look everything over. I clean everything up. So that when they do have to go to the blue cross the big dollars they're in and out processes are simple and so they can find us online. We are vip dot

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"kpmg" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:04 min | Last month

"kpmg" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Law on one. Combat uplifting production. Okay and. it's all ties to dollars anyway right so my goal is hot white. Get there so one being able to convince you be by With data by data right and being able to take the journey that every step on bringing along the janney and as my credit. We don't get credit. Is your credit a my goal there for me years to make you look good and show your management that is we're doing without without you feel you taking a job tell you enter all 'cause i i would think that'd be so fun. I guess every day every day is different. You're dealing with the different promise of different solutions. You're dealing with different people that's to me. That wouldn't get boring. You know what. I mean because dane de so you you. You mentioned that you're up more at three o'clock working right. So is it something that is. So you're loving this. You love this role. I'm on my image right like a cup of coffee. And it's every that had but you know it's it's as quiet at sums up quite a little bit of times. Yeah because the thing is you into early. We can with two companies right. You keep it off the day to day. kpmg like and also keeping our clients. Wait right so it's that that you know but it's great thing that i realize to. It's a great firm though life with light balts okay. So the very supportive of supportive. So for example today for example for mike i think to to like five. That it's everybody's put has down. We don't do any work on the is relaxing. You do it by. Not klein wicked like that. Friday's laid back. We have you know like it's the mission that you fill in for example. Next week we have the whole shutdown x four. Fm wash adopted like so so some of those things where it's like a unit grind out produce. Which you can for the the maximum amount of hours you can. This is a nice bounce that kind of supports. Yes yes so. What do you do in your in your in your time off..

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Finished t five because he gained thirteen. Point nine shots on the green almost fourteen shots one of the greatest putting weeks. I can never honestly ever causing negative and everything but putting t five like i just does not happen. That's awesome. Maybe boss of the moss situation could be aaron. Wise has got some more Putting stuff going on. I i didn't i didn't accumulate at this time. But he missed a lot of putts today on lost. Almost five strokes on the green. Today is very much a a bad thing. He's got going on there You guys wanna do some ryder cup. Thought you'd never ask. I think it's time This segment is brought to you by friends of bmw. Who of course partners the ryder cup partners of ours. We're going to be having many many ryder cup. Conversations throughout the year and our friends at bmw. Ones bring it to you. This is how they wanna use their advertising space by giving us talk about the ryder cup. Which i think is pretty awesome. Somebody would have done anyway. So jokes. On new bmw. I don't have the updated standings with harrison. got him. no no. They're not sorry. I got a little ahead of myself. I thought so too but it looks locked. Sally is you lock. That's the goal for the ryder show. No i'm sorry. I think these are updated because they have him up three spots. I saw i see that too. But i had him at thirteenth before. I looked at it earlier today and he was he was thirteenth. So it's not updated just yet. I think he'll move up See one point three today. So he'll probably move up to around ninth in the standings ahead of female with kind of what i had on the start from. The beginning of the week is dj. Who's not here tonight. Very much throughout their like. Come get your boy. Like i don't think he should be on the ryder cup team. I like well listen. I'll listen to that. He's not very golf right now. And dj got upset. Because i didn't fight back. So i know now i know. It's all an act. He's just he's just throwing that out there. Just to give me all riled up but you're disappointed in fightback instead of is he. A lock is harris on on your team. Right now i think is a a more fun question. The the recency bias is lock. Is i think the new jersey on your team right now. Though miller you taking them to wisconsin with you look at this list. Then he got he went to the wilderness. There for awhile after one in hawaii. You know like right now. The ryder cup was next week. I'm the captain. Yeah probably pick him by tatum. And they you know over guy like burger or like webs not shown a ton of form. I don't know. I think i'd take english if it was next week. When you say over a guy like burger you're talking about the do. The seventh and strokes gained putting strokes game total for the year daniel burger. Yeah i am off. You're telling me daniel burgers seventh. It's saying if you're telling me that the tournament is tomorrow or next week. You know i think that you are. I would argue that harrison. Had he's had a great last three weeks. i feel like he's been the connery. Obviously just one here like he's showing a ton of former. He's won twice this year. So it's not like a flash in the pan situation. I agree it's not it's not a flash in the patent situation I just think it's where he kind of. Let's nets out along. The lines of true strokes gained is right along with kevin stroman and that always always the perspective. I urged people to have when when. Somebody's coming off a great week of like that was a great week course. He's playing some really good golf overall. How does his profile fit where we're going to be doing in three months. That's question that as fans we of course to answer maybe burgers wrong guy but like in over female. I mean i'm looking at this list like it's it's tough. It's stack right so i'm thinking like female web. I mean i. I won't read on the team just for the you know for the drama. Wait are you typically goods. Are you taking fee now. Is that a. Is that an affirmative. From no i would say that i was probably take harris english over fee now or or i think takeout female keep burger on is what i'm basically. I'm walking back. My burger switch out. How's your burger. I'm hocking on my burger. He did all on the burger. I thought i thought interesting one. Maybe guys covered this a little bit. So i apologize but we talk about the guy seventeenth right now phil mickelson. Are you taking him to wisconsin. Now oh why it's a it's an exhibition for fan. It's an entertainment product. You have to take him so we're not trying to win it. Of course we're trying to win. It fills fills you would take to try to win it. Hell yeah okay as he has. He been a traditional traditionally great ryder cup player. Nobody nobody has been. And that's what you are. The king of like all new blood is a do not give me fifty one was actually that. I've been very consistent on that. All new blood plus ville is still doing some blood spinning of any kind. Who knows what his his comp would be on a strokes gain perspective. But he's he's he's thompson oh he's such a he's such a. He's such a unicorn that's exactly right so so good in the team room. Come on he can be in the team. It can be an assistant captain which is probably destined to be. Don't make him and ask captain he's he just want a major. But how do you do in the last major made the what is him having major in may have to do with anything. Well i to me. It means his best is still world class. And what what guarantee can you give me that his best. No i can't. Yeah but but i can. I don't think you can make a guarantee about anybody on this. Us team having their best show up but give me high floor guys. That's my thing is own. Don't high floor gets you beat. You know what thirteen and a half to whatever the math is. I know i don't i don't need high floor..

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"She got she got to watch venus grow up and just got to do everything at every stop a little bit better because she had the benchmark set so i would say it feels a maybe a little similar. Here i am with these. I've you know. I don't know mm well at all but i. I've never gotten that vibe. I i've always picked up of like jessica almost being protective and in almost take on like a motherly role. A little bit with nelly. From what i've just seen from afar in perceived i i will say though i think nellie or excuse me jessica not having won a major. I think as long as she can get one of her own than it's like. Oh nellie like. I'm all the way you know not that. I'm trying to introduce any sibling. Rivalry we're venus. Venus venus won a handful of majors herself. And aiding i. Yeah for jessica. Right like yoga. You gotta go get one you know. Exactly don't get discouraged every opportunity to to do it yourself. You know sound like. She's nellie ex succeeding at jessica's expense right. It's actually beating her directly. Which in tennis would be a little bit. Even you know it's like venus and serena play against other. that's even more kind of black and white in this scenario. And that's what jessica said today to was like it's not like we're playing tennis for playing against each other. It's like we're planning. It's the golf course. And she even said or like. Today i was playing myself which i thought that was just. I thought that was really good perspective on that as well. So you mentioned madeleine. Sanction are young. Finished t fifteen had tough sunday She was flirting around there on the lead there for a long long time she was. She was loitering. She had some bad intentions at one point but she did great on the front nine and felt like both days especially saturday and then that i mean the back. Nikon stood up as a tough test. She on saturday she struggled. She hit in the water. Caccia brutal like speed on twelve ball on fifteen short right in the water. Just can't do that and double. But then she she came back and birdied sixteen birdied eighteen to finish strong so that was like that was awesome. But yet i think you know great experience. I mean top ten in a top talk twenty so i think what would she t fifteen fifteen. Yeah so that's that's awesome result in. Let's let's let's go the young hitter stable. We haven't even gotten to meg mclagan yet. Come on. Let's great rainy put in the newsletter this week his prediction for the back. Half at twenty twenty one was a young hitter is going to get a win and like clockwork four days later. What he no hitter in the winner's circle on the symmetric tour. Exactly that was the first now. We've had brennan matthews win for on the latin america tour right says our second one technically but yeah madeleine great weekend. Good experience near like you said You know going into the weekend. She was as in as good a position as she's ever been so You know fingers crossed. Hopefully she's trying. She's she's the type of golfer to where it's like. I feel like her game builds right and so hopefully this is a really good sign of of things that come over the next few weeks. I also want to shout out. Her her fit out there she had on saturday. She had white on white with red pink socks. I mean it was it was a powerful look might fiancee carson using man. That's the swaggie maggie outfits. She's she's rocket and she was playing. She was playing with a wearing like red shorts on red hat with black like just. The juxtaposition was great putting madeline in very good light. Last thing i had really on the on the broadscale was just the tv windows. Were a bit tough going. On as you mentioned going off in threesomes then in the one to four Window on saturday so they could get to olympic trials. We've talked about this on repeat and malta weeks to it being a weird. Nbc year and all that stuff. Things don't seem great nbc for all fans you know. It's all is a lot of things working against this here. I made for really tough. Viewing saturday. I thought sunday was much better window. It happened ending right. As we thought the pga tour event was ending but of course it went on for two more hours but yeah in. They were on from eleven to three during the week. And then you had to pay for peacock premium to watch a women's major. That just doesn't scream like the best way to grow this game yet. I don't know where to place that blame really if it's if it's kpmg for not buying hours from the networks. It's hard to go to that tournament and be like man. Kpmg's really got up the sponsorship games. They set the whole event up like it was. You know a men's major by just from kind of an infrastructure standpoint. It felt like they rolled out all the stops for a fraction of the people. That are gonna be there so it you're with their. It's hard to blame the sponsor on that one. It's all about the olympics. This year for nbc right. I mean they're just so they're so stressed out about olympics and just get postponed a year. It's gotta be just a fire drill over there right now. One it's it's also you know if if kpmg this money's going towards its four and a half million dollar purse which is one of the biggest ones if not the biggest in women's golf if if that's where the money's going instead of buy more tv hours like i get it. I think it's almost more on. I don't know i'd be talking on my ass. I don't know where where we'll let. Yeah and i'm with you in that. I don't know who to be angry with. I guess So i just like to be angry with everybody is gonna scream at the sky but i think what what i just found really hard was like peacock premium.

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And just i did a lot of thinking while driving to and from atlanta this week two of just like what's gonna ha. What is what the future of the lpga tour looks like right. And how how it's gonna change and it it's hard because it takes like the whatever. The investment isn't shot link for the pga tour has paid dividends in so many different ways right yet. It's not something. That's a realistic expense. From what i gather for the lpga torso. How do you bridge that gap. How do you data to gamblers. How do you feed data to media people to broadcasters into players and it seems like a good start that they've got with kpmg onboard for for how this is going to work but it seems also pretty manual and And i don't know you know how immediate this impacts going to be. I think and they're not pitching it as being immediate. There is more of a longterm play. But i'm curious what you think. Well it's a start. Yeah you know like we start somewhere. Having having the caddy's log the stats. I mean i feel like it's kind of like my my goal this year. Track my own stats. You gotta start somewhere with something easy. And then maybe innovate from there. I don't know it's a lot for the caddies for very little amount of money. Do those guys. I wonder it's like abdu in contention like maybe they're gonna start kind of fudging. The numbers a little bit like a this. So how accurate can be. I mean we really wanna get randy. His how many feet of putz made stat like we got. We got gotta keep it accurate. So you gotta maybe reward the caddy's a little bit more If you're going to kind of lay all the stat on them in the beginning. Yeah i i agree you know. Don't don't let perfect get in the way of better or however that expression goes right. Got to start somewhere. It's so needed just talking to cairns couples Does a one of those people that does a wonderful job on the broadcast You know this has been her say like it would add so much value to broadcast. It adds so much to everybody right. You said broadcasters fans would add much value to the players themselves. i'm sure a lot of players somehow track their own stats. And maybe even have a a stroke gained method to to utilize but but just having that available for the players themselves. would would do a whole lot so encouraging news. I think kudos kpmg. You know. I gotta think there's another company or to right like i. Can i pick on deloitte a another big four accounting firm like that. Vr app during the us open. How much money do they put into that like. Like there have to be some resources to direct it to like something that would be so impactful man would seem like a win win for everybody So hopefully we can get there or maybe like. They looked like they did a range finder deal. Maybe there's something there where you could get those linked up or i know like you know precision pro like our range find comey. They're working on a whole eappen stat tracking thing like to make it less about the caddy putting on paper like that that to me yet. That's a start but that doesn't feel like the answer. Like i don't think that's gonna get you what you need but if range finders are legal now you you've got a tool out there you could use. Maybe so hopefully. They're thinking that way. I wanna bridge this into into you know a couple different aspects here and the hypocrisy of doing an ad as we bridget into the talking about is not lost on me here so But before i say that but jolly saw before. I just want to let the folks know. The rest of the podcast will be available on the no laying up No only s members only to only only members knowing dot com for such join. I was trying to think more information there. I was trying to think of an animal similar to the peacock. And i totally blanked so But go ahead with the ad. Do peacocks have nests. Because that's actually works pretty good for. Yeah we'll be ads. Even if you have a premium version of the draft picks sportsbook not only my favorite sports. Put also america's top rated sportsbook. One did you guys hear that. This might become legal in florida here very soon. So i'm looking forward to that but i love using. It's easy to navigate has plenty of instructions for new betters nearly limitless ways to get in on the action Everyone i know using the drafting sportsbook and they also have a great offer. Going the drafting sports because court side of the chance to turn one dollar into one hundred dollars in credits. All you is pick any basketball team. It's still in contention. Bet one dollars. That team wins. You.

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Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship

GOLF.com Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship

"With the lpga. To nelly korda. Victory at the kpmg women's pga championship. She is a major champion now. Twenty two years old and it feels like late right. Like people are people reacting as if she's off the schneide now it's like she's twenty. Well i think we need to take a step back here really. I just establish the scene. We've got like the backup standard-bearers walking down the eighth playoff hole here at. Tpc river highlands. The men's side of the game has gone mental here I'm in hawaii right now. Sean so it's two pm was hoping to really get out for a nice afternoon. I'll i'll let everyone else play the world's tiniest violins for me but This playoffs been going on for a couple hours before that. We actually had a pretty fun. Exciting day of golf. In the women's game nelly korda through down made to massive eagles In the final round and basically used one of those in particular to turn a one shot lead into a four shot lead slam the door On lifezette sallis. And yeah i mean. Just take the final step into superstardom in the women's game. It's it's big. I mean she's world number-one. She's the first american major winner since two thousand eighteen. She's the first american world number one since two thousand fourteen So yeah i mean. It's hard to overstate like just how much this means. It's funny to think that at twenty two. It felt like manon surprise when a major yet but here we are congrats to nelly. No real reason to think this shouldn't be the first of many.

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"kpmg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"kpmg" Discussed on WTOP

"KPMG on modern government Cyber Analytics, sponsored by KPMG to get the complete security posture. You bring data across the radio components like identity and access management, log application law and even many times to mind that with third party data feet to get rich insight, listen to the entire discussion on federal News Network search. KPMG Is your agency feeling the pressure to modernize a new APP isn't enough. Becoming modern requires rethinking the way you operate at KPMG. We help agencies optimize their business functions, enable the workforce with digital platforms and tools and protect critical assets from ever changing threats. Meet current and future mission requirements by continuously improving and constantly adapting with KPMG by your side To learn more. Visit kpmg dot com. Tom slash US slash federal Test your news maker knowledge this Saturday and Sunday morning in the eight o'clock hour with the Mystery Newsmaker contest, we'll play the voice of someone you've heard in the news this week on w. T O P guess the newsmaker to win a voucher for two overnight stays at the Red Roof Inn. For more information or to book your next day visit. Red roof dot com. That's red roof dot com And that's the mystery newsmaker from Washington's top news. W T O P Listen, Live on air on Alexa or on the W T o P app. It's 1 28 time for traffic and.

Interview With Founder And CEO Of Cybersecurity startup, 6clicks

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:04 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Founder And CEO Of Cybersecurity startup, 6clicks

"Hello and welcome to muscat. Etv cly this morning. We're going to be joined by anthony. Stevens found the ncaa of six. This rise five million dollars. So we'll found out. Sort of the six clicks story and what they're gonna do with the money and then we're going to be crossing to the us. How should be logging in Greg ostrovsky at who is the original. Ti guys at don mx and stephen elliott program bonds president with day. Say so we're going to be looking at their application late security and then get some epic market insights from they say is wells but let me bring in anthony stevens search and founder of six anthony. Thanks for joining us. Thanks chris grads vanish wonderful and it was not so easy to get you on as well so i appreciate you coming on Five million dollars. What are you gonna do with it. Now let's start with them. It's quite a bit. We can have a really. Let's let's start with six clicks the platform that you put together and Yeah then now once you sort of rising the top of money. It sounds lucky. Ready to to expand out in the way fan at six backing twenty nine saying Mission was to was to build a technology platform to help businesses with risk and compliance particularly around Major issues locks obscurity privacy. So we did that. What mike sue platform particularly unique is the fact that it's been designed to be used by vases as well so We had a fantastic twenty twenty securing a number of partnerships with some of the biggest names in town saab pure security. A number of Oversight weaver is rice capital now to to global expansion. Is this your first rice. Is it like a series. I or is it privately. Funded years privately-funded. We've raised To win a million becca july last year so we sort of saw that as as precede round so you could call this a lodge saved around or early series. I am not as there's lots of different is described as things but yeah so it was probably founded. We were we were subscribed within a wake side Fantastic support and kids coming incentive pickle interested to invest and get part of what we're doing one of the taglines in the media release was on your whites becoming a unicorn. How has your you'll night is that just a pi. We'd been something in there. I think looking we've got. We've wasted a huge amount of opportunity here as amazing. I think it's way proudly as buys to and supporting the innovation sector in sort of technology around the world Uh think if we continue as we are we've got we've got every shot and i think is You know those sorts of aspirational goals I only have Up sawed in my experience you modest well shoot for those things and if you will join you probably doing pretty well to look at ways. Six has come from because it is a pretty good story. Considering launched in a few years ago twenty teens. So yeah that took a story the platform what you're doing and yet and then there's a bit of here is will. Yeah so we Sipa fully sort of founded a business at the start of twenty nine saying we spent most of the twenty nine saying period in product development developing us strategy looking at the market. Where can where we wanted to focus. launched up product in the market basically around christmas time. Twenty nine saints the twenty twenty and as we all know why I wake or ten weeks later. We were we were into And during that period. I think we Fantasies into position where we really need to focus. And we focused on the saab security improv. Assi market is i Big area of focus ferguson and looked and said the largest plasma successful plaza and the highest profile applies in that market not identified united. The locks of Security trust wide number of allah's Focused on establishing ships with is organizations to help them streamline This livery model. But also the provide technology today clause to help their clot sweets uplifting. Saab security Themselves that proved very successful for assaulted and thus partnerships were suitable september last year. And from there we've just with tons of demand and set up offices in the aci which is in the us as well. We've come from top full fem. Which obviously gave you that market in saw your sounds like a very well connected as well. So that's obviously helped. You already had those relationships moving forward so they kind of knew what you were doing. Yeah yeah i was. I was only pot. Chief digital officer at kpmg in my job was to think about the intellectual property across the fame. Likely globally and hal. We would back into software as a way to provide innovation to clients. And i guess that experience i and Appointed you around science technology. Lock zero has done for the canning industry where businesses use zero as an accounting system. But i also engage with it accountants to help them in that process on the same platform and it became clear to me that we needed when they did something like that. For risk compliance and helping organizations and advises shift off united spreadsheets and word documents. And stuff like that. So

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10,000 stores expected to close this year due to COVID-19

All Things Considered

01:35 min | 8 months ago

10,000 stores expected to close this year due to COVID-19

"Major retailers, the report says, are expected to close 10,000 stores this year that is up 14% from the year just ended. But at the same time more than 3300 new stores open last year, and course I predicts another 4000 will open this year. Marketplaces Kimberly Adams has that one. The types of stores that shut down in the pandemic include lots of footwear, clothing and accessory shops. According to course, I research the types of retail that opened discount outlets like Dollar stores. Industries that cater to certain pandemic needs also did all right. I believe the housewares category as all overall in the country has seen tremendous growth from New York to the West Coast. Natasha aim it runs the kitchen supply store Whisk in New York. Her business did better than she expected in 2020. Now as restrictions start to lift. I'm hopeful that people will will keep up their love for cooking and want to spend their money at a store like cars, businesses, small and large, are trying to game out which pandemic changes will be permanent. Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG says, at least for those who are on the upside of the case shaped recovery, and I do think this pent up savings is going to lead to higher consumption that we would normally expect. Once we get to the other side of the pandemic, and for businesses that can hold on. Until then, there could be a business boom. Nicole Markey owns Hip City Veg, a chain of fast casual restaurants around Philadelphia and Washington, D. C. By the

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Of course it does the point is that the technology has made it too easy to hit it very long straight, and again, we can unpack that for three more hours if we really wanted to but. That's that's where I think things need to be restored. Yeah I. Feel like the argument of it's too easy to hit long straight is one that was probably made in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, and nine, hundred, seventy, two and go back with different iterations of technology. But to your point I, feel like this, it just feels different and maybe this is going to be the start of a tipping point that really does enact some fundamental change but you know maybe in a world without Bryson it still would have been you sort of seen these numbers start to creep up maybe you need someone. Shattering the ceiling like he is in real time to get things to change because otherwise we might have been just drifting along. You know pretending that the problem was not as significant as become at the same time when you're talking about ninety nine point nine, eight percent of of the golfers in the world don't have it as a problem it's just for. The top ten or twenty guys. But even now Bryson is becoming an outlier of the out liars and I think that's clearly what make it a more significant more Germane topic. I'm just for the Record Perot bifurcation I don't WanNa take drive big drivers out of you know every you know paying customers hands as far as the people that pay to play. Golf. You know I don't think that's the answer I. Think a lot of people get enjoyment out of a lot of this stuff and I will never understand the argument. It's like. Well, you know I'm an Avid Golfer I got to play the same equipment as the pros play. One is not the same to like us a range finder pros don't use range finders like you don't follow the letter of the law to the T to as the same way that you know pros do it's just this I. Don't know the people will bend over backwards to come up with these crazy reason like, oh, we got plant more trees we gotta grow rough up gotTa make fairways even narrower. We got lower the tee boxes we gotta do all like a all the things that people will suggest that should happen before just saying like, Hey, let's fix the equipment like the the equipment companies are the ones that are benefiting. I guess that people are bending over backwards to protect and I just don't don't don't understand it. Yeah, I, think to your point that yes the pros playing with prototypes and very different clubs than we're used to. But how clubs are marketed to amateurs is you're gonNA use the club that this is the club the price won the US Open with put it in your bag for you know x ninety. Nine. And so I think that that has been become such a focal point of of the equipment industry in golf and I think that that is difficult to take away in that even if you do have a bifurcation situation of. The the pros are playing this ball that there are some some people that say, Hey I want to play with Dustin johnsons playing I WANNA play the game Roy. Does I WANNA stand on this T- where he did two weeks ago and try and hit those same shots and and then now we're getting really deepen the rabbit hole but you get into like elite amateur competition like the State Golf Associations in the Mid am and things like that like what what equipment do you use air versus? Men's club championship and things like that. Where is the the line in the sand going to be between? Hey, these are events where you use pro equipment and this is where you can. You know use the juice ball and things like that. So. Play too much devil's advocate but it. UNPACK it's complicated and I think it. Now it's become especially complicated with how long this has gone on I. Don't I don't have the easy answer like let's do this this and this, and I know the answer, the questions you just ask there and they're very valid questions and like if the reasons like you know what you grew up so much of this point that we can't undo it. Then maybe that's one of the best arguments for keeping things away it is more so than you know lowering tee boxes implanting two hundred foot trees or some of these things that people are talking about but. I didn't want to wait this long start talking about a women's major but. It wasn't the most exciting viewing today I wouldn't say but of the KPMG Women's PJ did you get to watch? Yeah I got to watch some it. It's certainly. Fun Course. It was a little bit jarring to go from watching Bryson play TC several to then seeing NB park feeling. She's swinging forty miles an hour at Iran mink and just just hitting every single fairway and doing what she does. Say. Kim. was unstoppable on Sunday and I think there's something special about watching player that just goes on a heater at these act rate time where you just sit there and you're like. There was no way to beat her today and that's what was the case. But I think certainly from a viewer perspective and just watching different golf shots being played a of different challenges off the into the Greens around the Greens that tick every single box from me this week. Yeah and it was You know not to bring it right back to the Disney discussion we just had but the contrast in terms of you know. I don't think the women's game reaps the benefits of the of all the equipment you know similar AMADOR's they're not getting the same compression that the top level tour proser getting as far as you know, the separation distance wise from the average player that they're just not getting those gains with the you know the swing speeds that they have on the tour of the game looks a lot more like I think golf should look like just in terms of the clubs that you have hideous Greens. Matt Wolf hit a driver, hit a wedge into a par-five today, and you saw like Brooke Henderson and say Kim and and Nordquist plan the five hundred yard par five ninth hole and none of them could get there into despite hitting Brooklyn a good drive. She couldn't get up there like the balance just seemed to be restored in and how you had to chart yourself around that golf course use. Loves making sure you weren't behind certain slopes, how the ball rolled out with the level that they spend it at. It was like it was amazing golf to watch in that in terms of that and what I think golf could and should look like and I'm just I'm so pump at a lot of these events are heading to a lot of these great sites. You know the Kpmg Women's PGA in particular..

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Tech Workers Fear Their Jobs Will Be Automated in Wake of Coronavirus Concern

Family Financial Focus

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Tech Workers Fear Their Jobs Will Be Automated in Wake of Coronavirus Concern

"He thought that workers and technology had the most job security and that automation was a risk solely to workers in retail and manufacturing. Think again these days, its workers in the technology sector that are ironically worried the most about being replaced by automation. Nearly 67% of workers at US tech companies are concerned about losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic software. That's according to a new study by KPMG. That compares with just 44% of workers outside of the tech sector. Maybe because Czech workers have a clearer understanding of the big changes that are coming. And tech workers suddenly have other big concerns. 70% of them say they're worried about their jobs being cut as a result of the pandemic, and there's good reason for that Fear. U. S technology firms quietly cut 112,000 jobs last month That's a record These are unsettling times in our country and our labor market, and even tech industry workers are concerned about their future for your next job. I'm Steven

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Steering The Ship. Building Business For Better Esports - With Bruno Santos - SVP at Ultimate Media Ventures

BIG Esports Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Steering The Ship. Building Business For Better Esports - With Bruno Santos - SVP at Ultimate Media Ventures

"Mean it's a super common thing. Right I talked to people at a KPMG I talk to people at other big accounting firms, all traditional businesses, and they say hey Christina game in my whole life. How do I get into the sports market? I mean for me. It's always hard for them. Because I say to them and I mean, we'll get into gaming receivables to cash later, but a lot of time I decided and look. These companies need someone with your expertise, but they don't have enough money to pay for someone with your expertise, so like what would be your if if someone from kpmg approach to the currently earning. Eighty to one hundred and thirty thousand dollars a year waking to co position and says hi. Burn I WANNA leave it on facebook. Like what would be your recommendation like? How could they get into the market? I? Mean I am more of. kind of like conservative investment personality so I, would say start small, you know you'll your legacy from a stark from from small perspective, and like let the company grow with the space I think there's a lot up growth to be gained route gaming, these sports and No one that's. Good enough to start heart and start from the top. Just you gotta you gotTa. You gotta pay. Dudes by you know understanding your community understanding your your base, and there are the ones who really help you kind of grow, and it takes sometimes time. It takes longer than people think I think there's a lot of. Misunderstanding on you know because of the boom of gaming and eastwards, General that anybody can come in and you know. Get Big really fast and I think that's the biggest misconception I. Think you just you know you start. Small and consistent you know slowly. You're going to grow verse. That's the same for any streamer any youtuber. Just you know it's consistent time put in a time over time. Put on on the business itself. Yeah. I agree I. Think it's a hard. It's a hard sell sometimes to be like. Hey, you know. Leave your corporate job high flying, and then guy and volunteers social media manager for a t three's team. That doesn't have a single financial sponsor. It's a bit of a hard pill to swallow a lot of time, but that's you know that's the suggestion and. If you if you're a true. Like for example if you're director and you have. All you skew saturated breach that seventy or mark of experience in your business you probably. Is Wise enough. In Organiz enough to manage your time to basically put two hours of your day into that visits that is probably equivalent of a ten hour of a new entry level person that's going to try to come up with new ideas so I think you know if the person is really passionate really wants to come in. Is it just a little bit about a time? And you know and maximize your. The into the business being open minded because it's a lot of different approach to the Gaming East sports business that you know that's rare different than the traditional, which sometimes core related, but also different. I think that's kind of what makes it the growth, even faster for someone. That's just brand new. Yeah Yeah that definitely makes sense and it's the same. It's the same way that anyone who comes to want to get to the industry. It's what I tell them you know. I started off as a player and a commentator and to start doing more start asking for more jobs. I was combining battlefield to them I said Hi. Be playing a lot of counterstrike souls can I go home and tight that too and I said well. If you want to do it, you can do it so I did that. And then they said you know. Marketing manages left. Who wants to do it? I said I'll do that as well as volunteer, but and I would to get that experience, and like you said on the ground like you really need a lot of that on the grand experience you know, get your hands dirty and really try it out and the like to to frame like a lot of conversation today. Before we started recording this, and before we went live on link Dan you and I were talking a lot about gaming versus a sports, and literally even in a meeting this morning. I was explaining exactly what this is, and I feel like I probably explain it at least three times a week, so for those people listening gaming, versus as bullets is like sport versa leisure activity, so if you'll just kicking a football with your friends down at the beach. That's not sport. That's just A. A leisure activity. That's having fun the same way that if you're just playing candy, crush my ball. Fine, your son, daughter or cousin is playing for not on the IPAD. You're just playing a little bit of data to solely Q.. That's not a sports. That's gaming. It becomes a sports when it's a structured competitive nature of play

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"kpmg" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"kpmg" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The U. S. are also hiring KPMG is one of the largest business tax auditing consulting firms they're actually expanding to help struggling businesses HCA healthcare operates facilities around the country they are obviously looking to expand as well as into it are there any workers in development and support positions you can do this from home by the way and according to the report essential jobs store associates systems operators warehouse managers psychologists academic advisors so these are just some of the companies that are hiring right now they're in demand we have a list over at commando dot com we also have another list of twelve companies that are hiring seven hundred and fifty thousand people right now so if you are in a pension you need to find a job just know that you have great resources over on our website back to the phones we go with Gail is in fort Myers Florida hello there Gail Kim thanks so much for taking my call and having me on the show I bet that's great bridge your accent from Gail I'm originally from England that I've been in the United States since nineteen ninety four hello hi you'll see when you said eighty for you when you went into that Florida accent kind of hybrid now right you are you're a hybrid so what's going on okay I have I started on my own Asian which is a twenty acre ranch where we work with veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder and they we see free mental health counseling and suicide prevention and equine assisted psychotherapy twenty acres and we are concerned especially given the current climate of things old age security for the horses and for the property last year we had a huge staff couldn't cut the four wheel drive vehicles stolen that we transport disabled veterans on yeah yeah and it was about thirty thousand worth of equipment and we still have not recovered from that we're looking for something fairly inexpensive that we can monitor the horses on the property you know at the times when people are not they are okay so do you have to I mean twenty acres is a big property to monitor but it did the actual area is that right on the run it's part of the property so it's really like two football fields from the from the meeting room to the new big covered arena and the barn okay maybe you're talking you're talking like two acres instead of twenty that you actually really need to patrol yeah probably two and a half we need what's also the front entrance and the the big new covered arena and the horse stalls and then that the meeting building okay so let me let's talk a little bit about technology okay and then I'll tell you where I think your next step would be all right okay okay is it I I'm sure you've seen them they are like Joan took their dome cameras and then they they go up on a stick and they go over almost like a hawk and here's a camera on the called P. T. Z. cameras I know you can post traumatic stress syndrome kind of like that it's P. T. Z. stands for hand tilt and zoom okay okay in her the the cameras can be because you have this big area the cameras can be our program to like zoom packed back and forth in area and as well as they did when they detected motion they can zoom into that particular area they can also be are they can also be programmed to do a three hundred and sixty degree view so instead of having a camera just pointed in one direction you have a camera that could that would actually get at like us likes somebody be standing like on the ceiling and then looking down to three hundred sixty degrees now and they have fantastic detail by the way and so basically what you need to do is to hirer what what I would do is this is what we did for our building in Phoenix if you hire a security company okay in new P. E. N. you know it's gonna be hard right now I don't know who still working who can calm specially in a lock down state right is is to have somebody actually plot this out to see how many of these things that you need and where they should be positioned and then you want a DVR that's connected to it so that this way you're recording each of the cameras and you know they maybe want to keep like three days worth of footage is there something happened you're going to know within ninety six hours right right so then then you know to pull that video so that it doesn't get raced over the next record okay fine and you know obviously they might also have some ideas on how you can ski better secure these areas so I you know the other thing too is that you know people act differently when they know they're being recorded and so that's where you also might want to put up signs that you know video monitoring and progress okay even before the video monitoring is in progress because if somebody sees that signs at all you know what I fear not you know I don't know where the cameras are you having any pain yeah incidents of senior people stealing horses and killing wholesomeness and charter which is which is atrocious I mean it it it's horrendous somebody would think of even are even coming into your place knowing what you do why would they do that when all you know when you're a giver you're out there trying to help people who have given their lives right and their families because when somebody gets deployed it's not just that person the whole family gets to court certainly what with the whole family you know the other second question I had Kim was you know this is this is all our give back and we did it in memory of her late son miles who had joined the airforce my husband in the military and no one was harmed counter and she asks I don't being a realtor and have a son some of it have been a realtor to thirty years and I am considered one of them will take good neighbors and you know because of the gift back so the other question I had was also how to make the shift to more virtual platform for my real estate business to grow and work more efficiently and you know get in on brown locked down and that kind of thing now you know why can't I wouldn't do is I'm gonna put you on hold okay can you hang here's here's the reason why is that I have to do R. I have to do our digital like hectic right now can I still want to talk to you okay so I'm gonna put you on hold what I'm gonna do the digital life hacks and then when we come back L. when I get done with that I'll come back we'll talk about it's a great question right now how to actually get your business in a virtual position because there are so many of you right now who are trying to figure this out and we'll work through it all together this forces shows been brought to you by T. mobile with most of us working from home we can all appreciate having a great connection throughout the entire house and maybe even your backyard your patio your shed and a great wireless plan is nothing without great coverage to go along with it and T. mobile gives you both T. mobile flip flip the switch on its newest most powerful signal ever done about six hundred megahertz so you might be things of what does that mean to me well it means the team mobiles expanded network is better than ever because no signal goes farther or is more reliable we're talking about more towers more engineers more coverage so T. mobile is with you in even more places and now the team mobiles most powerful signal ever.

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"kpmg" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"kpmg" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Eleven locations throughout the U. S. are also hiring KPMG is one of the largest business tax auditing consulting firms they're actually expanding to help struggling businesses HCA healthcare operates facilities around the country they are obviously looking to expand as well as into it are there any workers in development and support positions you can do this from home by the way and according to the report essential jobs store associates systems operators warehouse managers psychologists academic advisors so these are just some of the companies that are hiring right now they're in demand we have a list over at commando dot com we also have another list of twelve companies that are hiring seven hundred and fifty thousand people right now so if you are in a pension you need to find a job just know that you have great resources over on our website back to the phones we go with Gail is in fort Myers Florida hello there Gail Kim thanks so much for taking my call and having me on the show home I bet that's great bridge your accent from Gail and originally from England that I've been in the United States since nineteen ninety four hello hi you'll see when you said eighty for you when you went into that Florida accent kind of hybrid now right you are you're a hybrid so what's going on okay I have I started a nonprofit organization which is a twenty acre ranch where we work with veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder and they we see free mental health counseling and suicide prevention and equine assisted psychotherapy twenty acres and we are concerned especially given the current climate of things with security for the horses and for the property last year we had a huge fast and got the four wheel drive vehicles stolen that we transport disabled veterans on yeah yeah and it was about thirty thousand worth of equipment and we still have not recovered from that we're looking for something fairly inexpensive that we can monitor the horses on the property you know at the times when people are not they are okay so do you have to I mean twenty acres is a big property to monitor but it did the actual area is that right on the run it's part of the property so it's really like two football fields from the from the meeting room to the new big covered arena and the barn okay maybe you're talking you're talking like two acres instead of twenty that you actually really need to patrol yeah probably two and a half we need what's also the front entrance and that's the big new covered arena and the horse stalls and then that the meeting building okay so let me let's talk a little bit about technology okay and then I'll tell you where I think your next step would be all right okay okay is it I'm sure you've seen them they are like Joan took their don't cameras and then they they go up on a stick and they go over almost like a hawk the camera yet home P. E. T. Z. cameras and are you in posttraumatic stress it would kind of think that it's E. T. Z. stands for hand tilt and zoom okay okay in her the the cameras can be because you have this big area the cameras can be our program to like zoom packed back and forth in area king and as well as they did when they detected motion they can zoom into that particular area they can also be they can also be programmed to do a three hundred and sixty degree view so instead of having a camera just pointed in one direction have a camera that could that would actually get at like us likes somebody be standing like on the ceiling and then looking down three hundred sixty degrees now are and they have fantastic detail by the way so basically what we need to do is to hi what what I would do is is what we did for our building in Phoenix is hire a security company okay in new P. E. N. you know it's gonna be hard right now I don't know who still working who can calm specially in a lock down state right is is to have somebody actually plot this out to see how many of these things that you need and where they should be positioned and then you want a DVR that's connected to it so that this way you're recording each of the cameras and you know they maybe want to keep like three days worth of footage is there something happened you're going to know within ninety six hours right around so then then you know to pull that video so that it doesn't get a raced over the next record okay and you know obviously they might also have some ideas on how you can speak better secure these areas so you know the other thing too is that you know people act differently when they know they're being recorded and so that's for you also might want to put up signs that you know video monitoring and progress okay even before the video monitoring is in progress because if somebody sees that signs at all you know what I fear not you know what I don't know where the cameras are you having any pain yeah incidents of you know people stealing horses and killing horses in Florida which is which is atrocious I mean it it it's horrendous nobody would think of even are even coming into your place knowing what you do why would they do that when all you know when you're a giver you're out there trying to help people who have given their lives right and their families because when somebody gets deployed it's not just that person the whole family gets to court absolutely what with the whole family you know the other second question I had Kim was you know and this is this is about our give back and we did it in memory of her late son miles who had joined the airforce my husband is military and no one was harmed counter and Xerox I like being a realtor and how he's done some of it have been a realtor to thirty years and I am considered one of the real **** good neighbors and you know because of the gift back so the other question I had was also how to make the shift to more virtual platform so my real estate business to grow and work more efficiently and you know get on on on lock down and that kind of thing now you know why can't I wouldn't want to do is I'm gonna put you on hold okay can you hang here's here's the reason why is that I have to do R. I have to do our digital life active right now can I still want to talk to you okay okay so I'm gonna put you on hold what I'm gonna do the digital life hacks and then when we come back L. when I get done with that I'll come back we'll talk about it's a great question right now how to actually get your business in a virtual position because there are so many of you right now who are trying to figure this out and we'll work through it all together this forces shows been brought to you by T. mobile with most of us working from home we can all appreciate having a great connection throughout the entire house and maybe even your backyard your patio your shed and a great wireless plan is nothing without great coverage to go along with it and T. mobile gives you both T. mobile flip flip the switch on its newest most powerful signal ever done about six hundred megahertz so you might be things of what does that mean to me well it means the team mobiles expanded network is better than ever because no signal goes farther or is more reliable we're talking about more towers more engineers more coverage so T. mobile is with you in even more places and now the team mobiles most powerful signal ever.

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Fishing for New Drugs

The Bio Report

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Fishing for New Drugs

"The Glass Marine Genomics Institute is seeking to harness biotechnology to discover new therapeutics by studying the DNA of marine life. At the same time the institute hopes to breathe new life into a photo fishing village that houses it and create new opportunities there. We spoke to Andrew Bogner Science director at the Gloucester Marine genetics institute about marine biotechnology the ocean as a source of novel. Therapeutics and the Institute's efforts to transform the economy along Cape Ann Andrew. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about grouse Marine Genomics Institute. The potential the ocean represents a source of new Madison Institute operates. It seems Jaji is Michigan is as much economic is in his scientific. Perhaps you could begin with talking a little about the town of where your base and how the institute came about sure Mcgraw date will this court. In America Foundation nearly four hundred years ago and it's economy is principally shortened fishing industry So but declined temperature. Fishing Industry over the last several decades has really had a negative impact on the local economy and they call me if the region for GMT I really from discussions between micro scientists missing union leader as well as governor officials. Who really wanted to do something to catalyze new economic opportunities for Gloucester and for the KPMG area All at the same time remaining true to the rich maritime history of the region The ruling was different. Twenty-first-century technologies and specifically to novel technologies to see for new discoveries that impact either fisheries are human health GMT. I is not nonprofits Research and education institute not two thousand thirteen and what's the mandate for Jim? Gee I what does it seek to do? Beyond research along the lines of economic development as I see our mission is really to conduct World Class Marine research which extends regional autonomy and our strategy really has three components. The first is to establish a research institute powered by genomics to uncover new discoveries that impact tissues and human how the second part is to create a really vibrant science community in and around officer. And so this is actually encompasses a number of things Which is attracting scientists who trump to Gloucester for collaborative research and conferences occupancy? Translational research generates opportunities to form spin out companies as well as attracting other research and biotech entities to smoking in Gloucester order. Support is growing. Science community are expanding researches if you really need a train. Local workforce in the third part of our strategy is actually one of education. We're training Well if I were training the next generation of Asia There are white ship. Education program is called the blog Gloucester Biotechnology Ademi and it's a nine month vocational training programs. You train recent. High school graduates become entry. Level lab technicians. Prepare them for jobs in the life science biotech industry. There are a number of drugs on the market today that are derived from marine organisms. There's a growing pipeline as well. Junji is not alone. In looking to marine life is a potential source of new drugs. How significant opportunity does the ocean represent as a place to find novel therapeutic? Sent to what extent this truly been explored pot. Well the ocean is largest reservoir of biodiversity on the planet and yet we know really only a fraction of their so tremendous opportunity for new discoveries and the sea And certainly genomics allows us to explore this fire diversity in a very cost effective and to go away so those really opened up a new era. She's covering from the sea. So you mentioned that there have been some marine drives Therapeutics and today third nine. Fda approved marine derived drugs on the market With indications such as Cancer Infectious Disease and education And these have had They have very unique chemical structures mechanisms of action and they'd show tremendous promise in their therapeutic areas. There's been a problem of discovery. Discovering new therapeutic because of the limited supply of starting material traditional drug discovery was based on harvesting organisms. Extracting their chemical testing now for us because many of the compounds were present in really low quantities in these organisms biomass. He's tons of violence in order to extract enough of these compounds to do experiments into tough there So it was a very cheap to call very expensive Process but now it's you know it can take a small sample of any organism liquids. Gino an have a blueprint for all of the chemical and biological capabilities of that organism. Now working from the seven zero you can have a look for other teens and violence and pedic gene pathways but maybe coating molecules with these potential had so really again. I think is opinion happened. New Era just every therapeutic something. That wasn't possible before how is size organized. What what's the roadmap for what you're seeking to do so I started. He is having a platform to address questions related to oceans and human health and we basically have three main program areas. My medicine and biotechnology is one. Inconsistent function houses the second and Fisheries Agriculture so third. So I'm officially side. Were doing as you think you now. To better understand populations of commercial fishing south and creating the next generation of tools to better assess population structure and also the house of Aquatic Animals For the ecosystem function and how program or using genetic to explore the diversity and function of marine environment and developing news. You know tools to assess ecosystem south and function And Response to natural and man-made environment and on the biomedical side were exploring the oceans vast biodiversity a focus on marine microbes to identify novels. Dna. Who's an organism For applications for other applications in biotechnology on also creating the next generation of Genomic To dance marine animals as models for medical research and our focus is on long list. Us resistant animals.

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2019: The year business went 'woke'

FT News

08:00 min | 1 year ago

2019: The year business went 'woke'

"Twenty. Nine hundred was the year when Saudi Arabia launched changed long-awaited share offering in state oil company. Aramco D- when Softbank lost its gloss when accounting giant tighten belts and when capitalism went woke. I'm I'm joined to discuss the corporate year with our companies editor. Tom Breath weight and Brooke. Masters are comment and Analysis Edison. Tom Can start with you. Can you tell L. is what happened with the Saudi Aramco IPO. Well it happened. Finally which is serve some progress because it took months and months of delay and eventually This massive oil company floated in Riyadh and now does have the two trillion dollar valuation that was so coveted by Prince. Mohammad bin Salman. Why did it take so long investor skepticism in short? I think one problem was that the Saudis would have liked to have listed this in New York which is the the biggest steepest capital market in the world but the main problem there was that they could have been sued for their alleged role in the nine eleven terrorist attack ax which Saudi Arabia has always denied it opens the window to litigation in the US which they desperately wanted to avoid so. That was one problem that the other problem was that most international investors did not think this oil company which is still fairly. Oh pay can still very much. Under the control of the Kingdom could justify the valuation valuation particularly at a time when oil prices have fallen. And when there is great concern about global companies in a world where carbon one is considered toxic change. They Saudis raise the money. Yeah well it got its public oil company to the local market in Riyadh. What it couldn't do was securer hefty amount of international investors so there was a lot of pressure on local Saudi investors? Some of whom were the same people. Who'll who were held against their will at a hotel the Ritz Carlton Reminders? What happened then? Back in two thousand seventeen. Several of Saudi Arabia's richest families were held old at the Ritz Carlton Hotel People like Prince. Alwaleed who is quite knows. International investor ended up with an enforced stay whilst their assets assets were probed by the state and ultimately some of those assets were confiscated by the state so these same people Saudi Arabia and knocked on their door and and said we'd really like you to buy into the Saudi Aramco. IPO and these people generally said yes. Yes we would very much like everyone else. We would like to buy the shares and so they did and it is floated and this little sliver of equity has been sold. And that is what justifies the two-trillion-dollar evaluation. Now it's not really like apple apple of a massive mega capps who's stock as freely traded. So if and when that ever happens we might get a more realistic assessment of what it's worth. Burke Saudis been a big investor in South Bank and the Vision Fund which. We've had corsage about this year. How Will Scaling Down with the IPO effect Saudi Arabia's ability ability to continue money into what I think we now call the troubled Japanese fund presumably? It might make it more difficult. I mean Saudis already having having to raise more money to diversify the economy and so presumably. They're not going to want to be quite to free with their cash. And of course Softbank is probably not the place that they I would like to put their money anymore. Anyway because Softbank itself by Maceo she son has taken some really big bets on companies that have not so far come good specifically specifically. I think we work would be the most obvious one. which is the shared office? Space Company tried to list and failed to at which point not only did it not sell equity but but it's lenders decided not to lend any money and Softbank had to go rescue it and its valuation has been cut significantly. I'm sure Tom knows exactly by how much he's about. Tell us I think I think from forty seven billion dollars. They tried various levels down but ultimately ends up with a sub ten billion dollar evaluation as you say failed to go public. Can they continue each trade. Yeah I mean as long as Softbank and others are willing to continue to pour cash into it because it is still heavily loss-making but the other thing they've done is scaled back their a growth strategy. So they are not spending as much money on new builds so they think they can get to somewhere near break even in the coming months. They've also filed a lot of people which helps so frank's image of takes quite a battering its credibility. How does that affect its ability to keep them investing well they have been trying to raise a second fund and it has not worked worked as well as one would hope? It's particularly problematic because as you may remember. Their first fund has an extremely unusual structure where it's not just people putting in cash. It's people putting in cash and then also they had to put in loans basically so they don't have as much cash as your classic Private Equity Fund. What have they actually have to pay interest on the money? They've got so I think if they don't have success relatively soon the way it's structured means that the lack of success will be magnified and make it that much harder for them. Son has apologized already. Instead he was to credible and he has also started putting a new governance requirements on the companies that the fund invests in food for them. I've always always been skeptical about some of the companies have invested in some of the valuations. They've invested at. They seem to have got quite late into the private tech game and got into in a massive way EH. One of the most ridiculous investments was wag this company that walks you dock for you which they've just finally pulled out of we. Work is the big characteristic Batson if that went well then or would be fine. But it hasn't so I mean Masan has this ability really proven alibaba to pick one winner that has generated a massive amounts of return. So if there's just one company within this portfolio then it could be judged a success but if you look at companies like Uber which I showed this year and his now full and a third in value if you look obviously we work and the marginal bets like y than as little really to say that this thing is going to be success for the big four. They've had quite the twelve months with so many scandals. What would you say? What did they end up this year? What's interesting is it hasn't been as bad? That is you think I mean. They have been criticized and find record fines record discipline for dreadful audits of companies that leader went bust but in an actual practical level. Their revenues are up and their dominance of the auditing business of the footsie. One hundred is up. They have taken taking a lot of terrible press. And they're probably. I'm guessing having a harder. Time recruiting best in the brightest. But I would not cry for them. The thing to remember is this time last year. The kingman kingman review was suggesting that they ought to be separating audit from other other businesses. Maybe broken up do all this stuff and then the CMA. The competition and Markets Authority authority in April said the same thing and they're going to move forward but nothing has actually happened so in fact life continues for them they still make a lot of money. KPMG I'M G. which is the one that has struggled more than the others has been involved in more of the scandals and also it has had prophets problems and so it has had to do meaningful cutbacks? Axum TRIMs They had famous where they stopped paying for people's phone calls and they took a lot of bad press. But I think it's worth remembering that. If you go back maybe a dozen years. You could've made exactly the same argument. Lots of concern about their dominance of the auditing market. Lots of concern. That audits weren't going well. This is remember post Enron and all that sort of thing and there were four them and there are four now so could they to relax a bit and feel that they've survived the structure phone calls over. This will come back. It's not clear. Their regulator has a new person. WHO's in charge of WHO is actually a serious guy and it is possible? He will try to do more at the moment. There's no legislation giving power to him to do more. It will really depend on how much Boris Johnson government cares about this stuff. I mean it was on the agenda of the previous government. Is it now. We don't

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U.S. consumer confidence falls for the fourth month in a row

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:33 min | 1 year ago

U.S. consumer confidence falls for the fourth month in a row

"There are some economic indicators that you you can really wrap your brain around right. The unemployment rate for instance or the number of new homes built in a given month. Both of those are tangible. Easily understood for the the most part sometimes though you get a report that while interesting and informative is also a bit squishy like the one we got today something something called the Consumer Confidence Index could give you the number but it's probably not gonNA mean anything to you one hundred twenty five point five. I mean I mean it's pretty strong actually and historically but it's also the fourth month straight that consumer confidence has gone down the question really though especially the important given how critical consumers are to this economy at this moment is what exactly consumer confidence is anyway. Marketplace's Sabrina ashore starts us off feelings. Consumer confidence is feelings about the economy. Act it can be better. We're due for some kind of recession of some sort. It's a little little flat right now. Mariam Rich Brian. Christopher on New Yorkers all sharing their views with marketplace there are a few different folks who do official monthly consumer confidence surveys. The Conference Board is one so we add consumers five questions which we've been doing since the late Sixties Lynn Franco is senior director of Economic Indicators. I they ask people about twenty six hundred of them via mail how they feel about the way things are now our jobs. Plentiful Nacho plentiful heart to get then surveys will ask how do people feel about the economy in the future. Six months twelve months in terms of employment the expect more jobs. Fewer jobs are the same and in terms of their income today expected to increase decrease or remain. The same. People's answers are a window onto. What's on their mind? All the answers are used to pop out a number. Voila consumer consumer confidence. And of course we care about all this because feelings can turn into dollars or lack of dollars. Richard Curtain is director of surveys for the University of Michigan Consumer Mr Sentiment Index another measure of consumer confidence when people become optimistic. They're more likely to make discretionary spending decisions Uh when they're pessimistic more likely to put off those decisions and the worst consumers think the future will be in the longer. Feel that way. The more likely it is that we're headed I session constance hunter chief economist at KPMG. All this is to say feelings are really important. Even to economists in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for

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"kpmg" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I don't miss anything under Ted. And so we went to the eighteenth hole. And I was like, really, really like doubt myself and she's like, it's fine. It's fine. We're going to get more TV time, more TV time. And, you know, I mean I'm grateful to have that catava partner. So, yeah, we had some we had some really colts stories. Gosh, it's scary how well you've alad. I assume she was exaggerated. I know it is that was like verbatim. What she said the times I like my TV time. Yeah. So it was a great time to, to be paired with her. And you know, we'll see how this goes, you mentioned that, you know, you're trying, you are trending or perhaps you're trying to convince yourself that you trending. Just looking at your crew stats. It's amazing how many cuts. And so I'm just curious. It seems like that breakthrough. What do you think is that final missing ingredient for you? Or do you think it's just, you know, things break in the right way? I mean I mean there's a lot that goes into a turnament and you know, there's a there's luck that goes into it. There's your mindset that goes into that week, I think for me right now is really just to let it happen. I think I've been forcing especially on the putting green have been trying to force putts, in and really not not doing what I normally do. Just a lot of visualization a lot of feel and I've gone to a point where I'm now putting lefthand low just to get that feeling back, which is not the way I've normally put it in my career. But right now that's pretty much that's been working for me. I honestly I've been feeling the most the strongest ever felt I'm back to getting like. I'm hitting shorter irons and I'm getting my distance back in. So I would think that would give me much more confidence to be on the putting green for some reason. It's just not really like it's not piecing together right now. But I'm I'm super positive right now. Like my team has been awesome. And I mean, there's no reason why shouldn't be contending weekend and week out. So I'm pretty I'm pretty hyped up. I'm pretty excited to be playing golf thing. It'd be a different story. I was like, really grouchy and just a pain in being a brat out here. So I'm I'm still very optimistic and I'm definitely sure I'm gonna get another win. I didn't mean to imply that you're not playing. Not at all, you know, just looking at and you know, you had a top ten at this turnament last year, the women's PGA. And so is this one that you've, you know, I feel like this might be one. You've really targeted. Past couple KPMG women championships. I've, I've played really well. And. I like playing major championship golf courses. I think it really separates the fields and really relies on short game. And I feel like that's kind of like my might go to my specialty and keeping it in the fairways out of the rough so knock on wood, that I just didn't jinx myself, but I really liked playing in these types of conditions in really being outta vents where it's just topnotch from hospitals to how they treat the spectators and really how just they embrace the PGA. So I'm really excited about the week. The episode is going to come out after we've already played the tournament so to come out led to make your prediction now. How, how does this golf course suit you? If you say it's me really well, and you win. This is going to be. I only played the front nine so far. And I, I really, really like it again. You're going to back to feel on the putting green, you're going relying on short game. And avoiding the rough, it is pretty sticky. And, and so try to do my best to avoid major, major numbers, major mistakes. And also just keep like a really focused mindset and keeping my emotions a little level, I tend to get a little roller coaster issue. That's not really what I want. But we'll just see what happens take it shot for shot. I'm sure you not compare kind of what the, the women's PGA has been like compared to other L PJ courses..

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Raytheon, United Technologies to merge, creating defense giant

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Raytheon, United Technologies to merge, creating defense giant

"One files the corporate news of the day. The all stock transaction merger of equals, it's being called joining the giant defense contractor, Raytheon with the giant, aerospace company, United Technologies forming the more giant, if not, especially imaginatively named Raytheon technologies, one files that transaction under the heading done. Have you seen the defense and aerospace businesses lately? If the deal does make it pass regulators, the one hundred billion dollar result would be the number two company in that space behind Boeing. So marketplace's Kimberly Adams gets going with some market based realities from Washington Raytheon and United Technologies say the mergers important for them to keep their balance in shifting markets. Doug gates is head of aerospace and defense for KPMG. They're looking at it in this. Acquisition to a long term view that this combined company will be able to ride the ups and downs of the markets Raytheon has a big defense contracting business. United Technologies is big in commercial aviation. If commercials slowing down, they've got large military my and vice versa. Another reason behind the merger the idea that bigger is better risen McCormick is a fellow at the center for strategic and international studies. The merger would create a company that would bribe Boeing and Lockheed as largest defense contractor continuing trend of consolidation that's been ongoing since the nineteen ninety s that consolidation worries President Trump. He expressed concern this morning that too much consolidation in the defense industry may raise prices for the US military and by extension taxpayers. But Gerry McGinn executive director of the center for government contracting says this merger is unlikely to face a lot of pushback from federal. Regulators because there's not a tremendous amount of overlap between these two companies in terms of the markets. They operate it, but government regulators do have to approve the final deal among them the combined company's biggest customer, the department of defense in Washington, I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.

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Beware of Seductive Online Trading Strategies with Sopon Srisakunpath

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

07:36 min | 3 years ago

Beware of Seductive Online Trading Strategies with Sopon Srisakunpath

"I'm here with featured guests so pawn see second, Pat that's tiny. And so point are you ready to rock? Yeah. I'm ready. Let's go. All right. Let's do this. So so pawn as three and a half years experience working in Thailand at the big four accounting firms, KPMG and PW see he is analyzed and observe business processes and coordinated with the management of large public non listed non-life Shari insurance companies he is completing his MBA at the in school of management where he majored in finance and strategy. That's a school. I'm very familiar with. He is also currently representing his university in the CFO research challenge, which is something. I'm also very familiar with and have equity research valuation competition at socities in academic rep for his MBA class of twenty seventeen. In addition to all of that. He's also a healthcare tech startup founder and CFO of Weli a physiotherapist platform. So pawn take a minute and fill in any further tidbits about your life. I've And if you find that the really hard to understand, it's too complicated. An unusually there's a reason why it's complicated. Someone's trying to hide something someone's trying to manipulate something because really the best ideas and some of the best people at there are talking about very similar. So that's a third part? And then I like what you said about inner voice sounded like, you had an inner voice that was telling you that, you know, hey, there's some risk here. And I think that what I would like the listener. In the audience to think about it set that inner voice will come out when you feel like something's not right? And it will usually come out for all of us. But that interviews voice is not that powerful. The tools that these people have used of greed and credibility confusion confusion gives you down. Like, maybe I'm not smart enough in all these guys are so smart, all of these things are trying to do is trying to override that inner voice that you have. So for the audience, I want you to take heed of your inner voice when it comes out. And you think wait a minute this, really, right? Is this makes sense grab that inner voice in don't let anybody override that in your voice with all of their talk and credibility efforts. So those are my takeaways is there anything that I missed or anything you'd like to add no our like your ad on in a wise. Yeah. I mean, that's in fact, what we can say is that I think that most worst investments start off feeling excited. But then there. That moment of question or doubt. And so what I would hope is it my listeners can grab that question that moment of down, and that inner voice, and then really use it to

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"kpmg" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"Weekly from the financial times with me, David Crowe. Joining me in the studio today on Hannah Murphy city, reporter and out in house. Crypto currency expert, Phillip Stafford editor of F T trading room. Nick Magor are retail banking. Correspondent Stephen Morris? Our European banking correspondent and from across the pond in New York Rowbotham, strong are US finance editor this week will be Cussing push by the big four auditors to get into crypto currency a derivatives deal in Europe. Brexit blues it obvious the search for European investment banking champion and the naughty banks in the US which have been punished by investors. So Hannah you've been writing about the big four auditors who are making a push to get into crypto currencies. What's it all about? So you've got KPMG PW C and E Y all hiring. A lot of blockchain crypto currency experts particularly to start offering auditing services to companies involved in the sector. So that's companies that either hold cryptocurrencies as part of that portfolio. So crypto hedge funds or traditional funds, but it's also cryptocurrency companies and startups such as cryptocurrency exchanges crypto mining firms, for example. So you've got e way saying that got more than one hundred fifty clients worldwide PW said they employed about four hundred experts in the space and KPMG say they've got several dozen funds. Hold cryptocurrencies as well as some exchanges globally. So why are they getting into it? Now. I mean, I thought the currency bubble had well, and truly burst. You'll right cryptocurrencies prices have slumped from their mid January peaks, and that's put a lot of pressure on the industry recently. It's largely to do with worries. Mainstream adoption hasn't taken places fast. As had been expected by some sectors viewed with skepticism by mainstream finance. There's been worries over fraud and manipulation. But the big four argue that even if the hype dies down the prices come down, the technology behind cryptocurrencies could block chain will still be used in the future. So all this time and resource at they're putting into it will actually help in the future when it comes to auditing blockchain proper. They believe that for example, some companies may end up issuing their own private blockchain because Brooklyn can be used to sort of shed encrypted data on anything for medical records to money between companies in a secure and streamlined fashion. So the big four no stranger to reputational risk. What are the particular risks of getting involved with this Nessin industry? So as you mentioned there is a reputational risk, particularly around the money laundering piece. So because of the anonymity of food. Needed to those holding cryptocurrencies at has been linked to crime and money laundering. Also, that's the fact that as yet, there's no global standard, and there's no sort of global regulation for cryptocurrencies. So there's not a clear way in which they should be valued. They should be audited. Whether they even count as an asset so auditors themselves having to come up with ways to value the assets and to account for them. And finally there quite nuanced as assets that very prone to sort of wild swings and prices on exchanges vary from exchange to exchange. So it's really a very immature market at this stage. Well, thank you enough for updating us on that story. I think one thing we can agree on his now the big four or involved cryptocurrencies are decidedly less cool. I'm not joined by Nick Magor, retail banking. Correspondent talk about Brexit blues at Arby s so what has been doing that makes us stink them more nervous about Brexit, perhaps than other UK banks. Well, there's been quite a lot going on in the last week. I was last Friday that they reported that third quarter results as most of the big banks. Did that week? The unlike the rest of them, although the underlying results achy, pretty solid. There was a lot of attention on a hundred million pound impairment charge to the Bank put aside to deal with expected losses that it linked to economic uncertainty, which everyone knew what they were talking about in this case, partly this is a technicality in the sense that it's to do new accounting rules called high afforest nine which force banks to recognize loan losses. As soon as they expect them not waiting until they've actually come through the thing..

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Renault-Nissan adopts Android in coup for Google

Marketplace

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Renault-Nissan adopts Android in coup for Google

"There was news this week in the auto tech space that is cars and technology, which are becoming closer every single day. It seems the world's biggest automotive partnership. Something called the Renault. Nissan, Mitsubishi alliance ten million cars sold worldwide last year. So it ain't nothing said it's going to start putting Google's Android operating system in its car starting in twenty twenty one the consumer upside is in infotainment systems that do more and are less buggy. Marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports demanding consumers want a lot of tech in their new cars, turn by turn navigation music, apps, voice, control. And they want those things to just work the right now, they're still is consumer sentiment that it's not hitting the Mark and says Kristen collage of JD power with experiences, like voice recognition. We see consumers are are quite unhappy with their experience, and that's because says Brian Riemer at MIT. Just in the market are all over the place. Every carmaker does infotainment its own way in this deal cars from Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi would use Google maps music app. Voice assistant and many other apps. It would be a more deluxe version of the more limited Android auto. And the alliance says iphones will work with the new systems by outsourcing, the infotainment platform across models says Rimmer now, there's also substantial savings to the manufactured because their development costs shouldn't theory, go down to some degree and better tech can help sell more cars says Gary Silbert at KPMG, especially with younger buyers, the technological prowess of vehicle is very very important to the buying decision. Silbert says this deal could open the door for other big tech firms. Like apple which no doubt would also like to be more present in our

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The Next Major Challenge For Norway's Oil Industry

Today

03:16 min | 3 years ago

The Next Major Challenge For Norway's Oil Industry

"Noise built up a vast fortune more than a trillion dollars from its oil and gas, wells now thinking of selling all, the shares it holds in oil gas companies here's dominant with the detail you slightly ironic this Norway has started away. All the money it's made from oil and, gas in the North Sea into a giant. Investment fundament fund is now considering whether to sell. Out, of oil and gas companies this is part of a wider. Move from, Bonn big and business, thinking again about the commitment to what I guess sewing that the church of England's own. Abyss, fund has Played a leading role in at a Matthews is head of engagement at, the church commissioners church of England pensions board Adam Strangest isn't it Norway has made a lot of money out of the North Sea why are they thinking about selling out of companies BP and shell. Now I think the funds in a unique position as is a, fun generated from from the oil and gas returns of governments holding company so it's like a, double risk in the census is revenue has come from that and then it's equally invested in the sector so that I think, pragmatically looking, at the locations, but I think the wider question is, for all investors ready to understand the risk that you face from invested in, this sector the Norwegians it's about, diversification not having all your, eggs among basket but. There's also this idea around what are? We, doing. About oil and gas the, ethical thing about. Climate change but also just. The the the financial thing around are these companies running on a road yeah exactly, an I for the church them pensions board we're a long term. Investor we're absolutely key in keen to sort of understand the risk from a? Financial perspective? Invest in the sector over the long term over the coming decades. What is the risk of of investments that those companies are making in Future exploration but equally understanding. The ethical risk as well so which of these companies the best place to manage the transition which of those are going to be. The companies that we will be potentially invested in so that's the kind of movement, is underway across the investment sector we're playing a key role with other investors in understanding that, risk we've engaged on school of economics through the transition pathway initiative to identify which companies got the best management which companies are, such an, food commitments and, oil and gas companies are responding to, people that you cracking the whip on because the European oil may just want, BP shell any turtle are really, thinking seriously about the future, with climate change the. Americans aren't so much yeah I think? You'll, an. Absolute key moment in in, the transition where. You're beginning to see real. Signs a shift amongst the European on Gus majors I lead for the European investor, network juicy with shell for example you're seeing food look in commitments. There you begin to see a divergence amongst the Europeans from the approach Americans are taken where you're seeing targets or also commitments, to emissions reductions across all of their impacts companies like shell companies like turtle and obviously investors are heavily engaged we've been engaged longtime but you're starting to see that shift. Here we can see that crossed the whole oil and gas sector. And we're willing to use. All. The tools at our disposal from our shareholder rights as voters unconcerned turns of putting shareholder resolutions to drive more change in this sector because at. The moment is not aligned it needs to be aligned, with a, commitment to the Paris agreement thank. You very much at a Matthews from the church

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"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Open championship in two thousand four okay at sunningdale so you now are on this side of the other ups were here the kpmg women's pga championship obviously you are now covering this as a major what kind of perspective do you have now that you're removed from the game watching these competitors play a major that maybe you wish you had when you were playing majors in your day well this is this is a tremendous one kpmg and the pagey america don with day says is they formed a tournament that really was on life support the pga championship and i remember playing my i want my i l pj championship at dupont country club then moved to bully rock and then after that it really was on life support went to locust hill wakeman's took over it went from a regulatory at locust hill to to a major and it was really struggling and i think that what this has done is a really sort of i would say you almost the best tournament in women's golf and i think it's it's only four years in and it's already starting to feel that way way all the players talk about hell while things ron how extremely good you know their services all you know the food in the clubhouse the condition of the cools everything is really well organized they love the fact that kpmg is is supporting women all manner of ways what kpmg doing folks they see louis tremendous in terms of keeping her sponsorship going while she's pregnant and 'cause much people most most companies pro right that so if you'll supposed to play your contract twenty events if you.

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Tesla Flags Over 500 Job Cuts at California Headquarters

Bloomberg Best

03:12 min | 3 years ago

Tesla Flags Over 500 Job Cuts at California Headquarters

"Now from bloomberg press from the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington i'm martin takara for the second time today president trump's homeland security chief kearse to nielsen is defending the administration's immigration policy separating children from their parents at the border nielsen repeatedly blames loopholes in the current law chelsea satisfaction as a matter of law politicians and advocates are flocking to the border meantime to visit immigration detention centers where kids are being held in metal cages fbi director christopher wray stood by special counsel robert muller today as republicans on a senate panel asserted that the investigation he's leading into russian election meddling is tainted by antitrump bias at the world cup sweden beat south korea one nil belgium over panama three now and england top tunisia to one global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and more than one hundred twenty countries from bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett tesla has filed notices with its home state that shed light on which workers are being dismissed from several key california facilities as part of ceo elon musk's prophet motivated reorganization in letters to state and local officials tesla says it will part with at least four hundred twenty employees in fremont where it has its vehicle assembly plant as well as eighty six workers at its palo alto headquarters britain's accounting regulator says kpmg's audit work in the united kingdom is of an unacceptable standard on the firm will face increased scrutiny stocks mixed nasdaq eked out a gain of half point little change s p down five down three tenths of one percents the dow down one hundred three down four tenths of one percents i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best to and ed baxter continues it's forty eight minutes past the hour and now it's time for bloomberg opinion here's charlie pellett the european central bank's decision to end its bond buying program at the end of this year is the right one the aim of the program was to stave off the threat of deflation and that has been done nonetheless risks remain on the central bank cannot afford to ignore them tightening policy gradually and tentatively as wise the european economy is going through a rough patch thanks partly to weak global demand the believes that is temporary but the outlook isn't clear trade tensions could worsen and italy's new populist government has unnerved investors with a long list of lavish promises for three years the ec has allowed investors to overlook the fragilities in the public finances of several member states and the flaws in the monetary union governments must now learn to do without the center central banks support this set of royal was written by the bloomberg view editorial board for more bloomberg opinion please go to bloomberg dot com slash opinion or opie i n go on the bloomberg terminal.

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Rockefeller art collection breaks auction records

24 Hour News

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Rockefeller art collection breaks auction records

"In the cabin a delta airlines flight from detroit to denver was evacuated tuesday night james mcmanus the passenger on the flight spoke with kpmg hdtv we were grateful that it wasn't while we were in the air could have been a lot worse firefighters greeted flight eighteen fifty four when it landed at denver international airport shortly after eight pm an airport spokeswoman says no major injuries were reported from smoking elation but a handful of passengers did suffer minor injuries during the evacuation mcmanus says most of them were grateful it turned out as it did finally all deplane we're on the ground we are kind of sitting there complaining amongst ourselves and one guy pointed out that it didn't happen while we were in the air so once again in hindsight it was couldn't go on any better investigators say they didn't find a fire on the plane a mcdonnell douglas md ninety four the ap i'm bob kessler with rivet some of the greatest of the world was sold off for charity in new york raising six hundred forty six million dollars during the first night of a spectacular auction the art collection of billionaire david rockefeller includes pieces from pablo picasso claude monet and georgia o'keefe highlights of the sale at christie's included young girl with a flower basket a nineteen o five painting by pablo picasso it's old for one hundred fifteen million dollars the second highest price at auction for a picasso ever paintings by claude monet and andrei matisse also set new price records for the artists christie says the money will be given to a number of charities rockefeller and his wife peggy supported in there lifetime's rockefeller was the last surviving grandson of standard oil founder john d rockefeller when he died in march two thousand seventeen at the age of one hundred one the head of japanese technology company softbank group says it will sell its stake in indian e commerce company flip card to walmart softbank founder and ceo mass they asked she son didn't give any details in confirming the agreement while discussing the company's quarterly results softbank plans to give up some of its stake in the wireless company sprint under a twenty six and a.

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Passengers evacuate onto Delta plane's wing in Denver because of smoke in cabin

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

Passengers evacuate onto Delta plane's wing in Denver because of smoke in cabin

"The desperate personal stories shared on social media are giving four profit clinics and additional advertising boost study lead author jeremy snyder says it's a heartbreaking situation and that he was surprised by the scope of it the fda has the authority to regulate stem cell products and pledged last year to crack down on dr selling risky unproven treatments i'm jennifer king after porting smoke in the cabin a delta airlines flight from detroit to denver was evacuated tuesday night james mcmanus a passenger on the flight spoke with kpmg hdtv we were grateful that it wasn't wall in the air could have been a lot worse firefighters greeted flight eighteen fifty four when it landed at denver international airport shortly after eight pm an airport spokeswoman says no major injuries were reported from smoke inhalation but a handful of passengers did suffer minor injuries during the evacuation mcmanus's most of them were grateful it turned out as it did we finally all deplane we're on the ground we are kind of sitting there complaining amongst ourselves and one guy pointed out that it didn't happen while we were in the air so once again in hindsight it was couldn't on any better investigators say they didn't find a fire on the plane a mcdonnell douglas md ninety four the ap i'm bob kessler with rivet welcome to total wine and more boy this beer out of the way how about if i find a beer you like you'll take it home show me oh best this is a really paleo from sierra nevada give it a try you can't best my lot of your masterpiece a six pack right away and you'll always get it at the lowest price well let's have another explorer eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like our incredible selection of craft beer or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and more the selection.

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"kpmg" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on Masters in Business

"This weakened the podcast i have a special guest her name is constance punter she is the chief economist at accounting and consulting giant kpmg she's also a fishing buddy i've spent some time with her up in maine a camp kotok discussing all manner of things she has a really interesting and fascinating career path not the typical economists she started on the buy side as a traitor and fund manager eventually uh did some work managing alternative investments before she ended up as chief economist at kpmg this is really interesting conversation i expect you will find an intriguing with no further ado my conversation with constance hunter my guest today is constance hunter she has been chief economist at kpmg since 2013 previously she was the deputy chief investment officer for fixedincome at axa investment managers where she joined after fifteen years on the buy side investing globally in fixed income equities and foreignexchange she is a member of the new york association of business economics and one hundred women in finance she also participates in the national committee for us china relations working on track to economic dialogues she earned her masters degree in international affairs of columbia constance hunter welcome to bloomberg barre is so good to be here so constance let's talk a little bit about your background how did you find your way into finance so a couple of ways.

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"kpmg" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And westminster and dream neonazi bloody good i like your accent bentley can you say something with a british accent i'm yes go ahead let's hear it well do you won't say whatever you'd like to say about kim over a spotty with me kinds you ain't capitains me i would love a cup of tea with you yeah for me i was a employee of kpmg like two years ago and one day my friend called me to say that tough bochy is going to disrupt the industry and i didn't believe it but i began to assert research for two days and said okay that could be the truce so i switched from the audience trade to block industry and i'm also a summit tunes interpreter helped translates entropy its athletes three important conferences seeing china asked me then well let's my bilingual still sent finance background and also all standing about china's market i think those will be super helpful for any media company last question now the name of my podcasts bitcoin's in gravy so i have to talk to everyone i speak with about bitcoin's have you guys invested in bitcoin yes yes sure yet all of your money or just a little bit up actually all my salaries justa bitcoin or you're paid in bitcoin are you paid in bitcoin also are you paid in bitcoin yes while that's great so can you easily spend that they're in shanghai i never spend my acquaintance.

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"kpmg" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Because kpmg than discovered they were million people who were dead who on the electoral voting registers economic engine if you have too many ballot papers and they did and he then lau some system to go in in in place or anything can happen but to kili when the head of the it systems of in kenya isn't playing bore he wasn't playing bulls so much that a few days before the election he was taken out and tortured and then killed so you can begin to see a pattern here developing then you have the people who are coming into support the opposition candidate who were from the united states of rum from canada who advising them they were actually boost off the country couple of days before the election and find new had the actual counting centre system before the opposition was raided by the security police a few days before the election and again the whole thing was disrupted set looks as if it's the 'electronic system that is where the problem really came in at how volatile oil a an environment ease kenya now because the judges of said that this election aged be rerun within sixty days which is is reasonably soon and you get to that we'd thing and the it is the sort of strange but crucial irony of democracy is the it only works really with the consent of of whoever loses an election because if the whoever loses an election doesn't agree to accept the result but you no longer have a democracy and if we rerun this election and kenya to lose can he be expected to go quietly.

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"kpmg" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"kpmg" Discussed on Masters in Business

"If you're talking about a sac capital just look at what's happened now is they pay a big fine in stevie cone continues to operate and then you know he soon going to be back in the hedgefund business clot hind message does this send to him to any of his employees to any other wrongdoer anybody contemplating a life of crime on wall street of which there are way too many um you know it sends a terrible so you reference kpmg let's talk about that 'cause i find that to be a fascinating judicial decision a fascinating case i tell us a little bit about what was going on with kpmg that it led to a prosecution writes so s soon after this arthur andersen cases we were talking about a there's an investigation at the southern district of new york into kpmg and this was another major auditor and they were selling illegal tax shelters to wealthy individuals to help them avoid taxes youtube i arrest as the people who refer this to irs refers to reverse it there is huge drag record on yet there's a big senate investigation from car levin's group bipartisan exposing enormous amount of m re deeply questionable dealings this uttered event in fish should have been a relatively easy prosecute well away advocated by hypothecated tax staff but i'm a really serious amount billions and billions of dollars in alleged fraud in here and lots and lots of paper trail and named partners named individuals in the southern district names over a dozen individuals mostly kpmg executives um and then what happens is kpmg cuts off there.

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