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A highlight from Learn To Stand For Something
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2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Orders Have Opened and Supply Is Very Limited
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Saudi Aramco profit slumps 44% after Covid-battered year, but maintains dividend
"Shutdown, economies and global oil demand of withered But Saudi Aramco announced Sunday it's maintaining its $75 billion dividend payout. The company reported Net income of 49 billion in 2020 down from more than 88 billion in 2019. Support responsibly Life like identity theft protection. Taxi's gonna be a big headache of identity of stealing personal info from your tax forms. Lifelock helps protect, monitor and restore your identity
"lifelock" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Stuff, too. But I would say it's probably going to be slightly harder if the properties in the trust Be extra standing have Lifelock. If you're talking about Lifelock and programs like I think it's called lights lock. Um, that's a monitoring program. So there is a separate from one clock Lifelock. Cost. I have it. I have. Lifelock van is about 10 bucks a month. This is the new insurance is now about what caused 14 69 or 14 99 per month. Tohave your property. Protected so that hackers cannot steal your property. And then resell it to someone else, Which is what I usually do it. So so, Yeah, I'm not familiar with that program. But it seems to me somebody could steal it. All they can do is find out about it very quickly and let alert you and then take action. Senator the property titles. Down at the courthouse. And if anyone does anything to effect the title, try to attempt trick affected title, etcetera. Then they will notify you and take immediate action. Yeah, well, that's right. They notify you. And take the immediate action, but they can't stop it from happening. They notify you when it happens immediately, So they say, and they can't really stop it themselves. They have no power to do anything but take immediate action. Which is not that much of your life locked in my mind, But anyway, um You could monitor in there..
UK split over Portugal quarantine rules
"So it was transports grant shops on the airwaves today defending the government businesses and holiday makers of criticized how travelers in England don't face quarantine rules for holiday in Portugal but travelers in Scotland Wales do travel. Lifelock has the latest on changing rules across Europe Mr Shep submitted it is confusing but said, there's little he could do about the devolved nations approaches it Tom Harris questions why people are feeling confused and says, after twenty one years is just proof of evolution of work.
CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'
"You afraid of having to make a phone call that something called telephone. And a podcast in the UK has exploited by ringing people at random. The worry about it later podcast is hosted by CK golden and we linked to it today American public media and revolve podcast serve announced their to make spanish-language podcasts brains on NS. Spaniel will be their first release press release says it'll be available exclusively on a major podcast platform that will be announced this fall. Wonder if that begins with A. Toast fireside has launched the fireside pro plan, which they described as a plan for podcasters who are becoming serious about their show. The plan includes a number of collaboration features and enhanced analytics. Acosta's launched a feature allowing listeners to rates podcasts in the CAST APP. Since launching this month, people have left more than forty five thousand in-app ratings for nine thousand different shows. podcast down online takes place on October twenty, six virtual version of the popular across Europe podcast event speakers include lawn. Woods from Ear Hassle Julie Shapiro from Radio Topa Steve Pratt from Pacific content and me if you want money off and there's a special code in our show notes newsletter today if you like free promotion to your podcast, International Podcast Day two, thousand twenty is on September Thirtieth Hannah's a gold sponsor podiums wants to showcase your show. During this session, we linked to more honoring the best of the European incident. The lovey awards are still open for entries. If you thought you'd miss. The opportunity to enter their eleven new podcast categories they've a grace period until the twenty fifth of September spotify has announced its latest content deal with quotes, the Internet's longtime favorite comedic personalities and fashion and lifestyle icons. Ricky Thompson and Denzel Dion for an upcoming podcast series influences apparently lemon artem media switching from Westwood one two stitches midriff AD sales westwood one has picked up inside of you a podcast with small actor, Michael Rosenbaum, and the economist posts in this week's issue that podcasting provides a space for free thought in China we linked to that today to from our show notes and Dr. Newsletter. And Cost News pop culture happy hour NPR's entertainments and pop culture round table podcast is to go daily later this year and announced a fourth co host Asia Harris. and. Worldwide we so dependent on our phones, our computers and the Internet. What happens when you don't protect yourself online criminal domain a new podcast from ample talking to victims of cybercrime in podcast con presented by. Norton lifelock
Capital One is sued over data breach in proposed class action
"That Capital One that data breaches is a Biggie right sharing yeah we're talking about the personal data of over a hundred million of people possibly hacked into this is an unusual one because there's an actual suspect in this on a lot of times they'll tell you you know there's been a security breach of their spent hacking and they they don't really have an actual person or a name or a suspect on this and this one falls a thirty three year old woman by the name of page Thompson who left an online trail that you know made it surprisingly easy for a federal investigators to track her down and figure out who she was and actually charger with this she used to work at Amazon web services which is the the big host of a lot of a lot a lot of companies including Capital One the database it was breached this woman belong to several different chat rooms and she was in a slack group where they talked about packing companies and basically she actually said I've basically strapped myself with a bomb vest dropping Capital One docks and admitting it so federal prosecutors got scratching their head when it comes to that when it comes to actual consumers those of us who might have Capital One credit cards in our wallets even though the personal data of over a hundred million people was affected by this Capital One is saying that the you know ninety nine percent of those nothing got out and a hundred and forty one thousand people they've had their social security numbers looked at eighty thousand people had their bank accounts looked at so it is a lot of people but it's not as many as it sounds like from that from the opening offset yeah so when you boil it down those you know hundred forty thousand with the so should on an eighty thousand with a bank account on you know that information out there the recourse is they're going to offer free credit monitoring service and then if it gets rocky they'll take care of you how they play that right right if you go to the Capital One website you can just Google Capital One cure credit hacker even Capital One and there is you go to the website at the very top there is a link there that says information about the recent security breach and they've got a long list of you know who it involves how much involved what they're going to be doing they say that they will notify individuals through a variety of channels according to their words are considered to make free credit monitoring and identity protection available to everyone who is affected what you can do now if you you know you're one of these people are not keep a close eye on your bank account if you do it online do it from a secure wifi location don't do it from an open why fight location think about getting additional security protection LifeLock one of those things I mean if you can it's like you know ten Bucks a month or something like that you might want to do that for a while and just sort of keep an eye on what you've got going because you will be able to talk to Capital One into the folks there about what happened what might have happened one more quick thing to keep in mind the a lot of the people who had a hell or hacked into were filling out applications for secure a credit card to what that is is the credit card you have to put a certain amount of money down so that you can even get Dale a credit card to use do things like rent a car and things like that so those are people who already had the credit that was questionable okay now is this that might make it even doubly worse for them so keep an eye on it you know me keep an eye on your bank account make sure you're looking at it make sure you're monitoring it to at all times because that could really hurt to people whose credit was already heard in the first place yes from what I read it went down on July nineteenth so you know July thirty eleven days later we're learning about it this seems like a quicker turnaround than most of them yeah exactly Capital One found out about it what they did was they didn't release at all all right away they actually to the feds and said look we think this is going on to them they use those ten days to get that to to catch up with this woman and the woman was pretty brazen online she's saying all the stuff that she's doing it but you talk about anybody in the financial services business they almost constantly or talking about how much money they're spending try to stop the security test Jamie diamond recently saying eight you know that that they spend six hundred million dollars of his company you know trying to stop these credit hacks it's something that they're constantly monitoring constantly keeping an eye on it it's not going away so just figure out a way that you can keep your information safe
World Health Organization removes gender dysphoria from list of mental illnesses, adds 'gaming disorder'
"Us, the World Health Organization who, who has made some, some changes to its international classification of diseases, and the changes are interesting. The first one is that they have decided to remove transgenderism from its list of mental disorders, which is odd to me, because I don't know how else you can possibly classify. A person who doesn't identify with the sex. They were born as you know what I mean. Like how else can you classify that, except as a mental disorder, obviously put it right there in their book, as like living their best live. Got gotta be living my best lifelock. Now an LGBT rights director at Human Rights Watch is celebrating this saying the whose removal of gender identity disorder from its diagnostic, manual. We'll have a liberating effect on transgender people world woman as long as it makes them feel better. Right. I mean if what about about how they feel because it's perfectly normal as long as it. I mean, if you have for example of Jain you feel feel like rob you like a man, yeah, that's totally nothing wrong with your brain at all. We don't want you to feel bad about that. Yeah. We she didn't want you to have the bad feels. So we're just going to say that it's fun. Yes. As normally as as anything else, so we're going to put that in our little book. So that's, that's one of the main changes you feel good about yourself. They've added as a mental disorder and gaming disorder. So you have a gaming addiction. That is now listed in there. I see d their international custody of diseases. So you just that disorder Nevada's now out of your mom's basement and get a freaking job so disorders who uses too much of the internet computers, or smartphones than you have an official destroyed. So now that person gets to say, I have a disorder right disorder mom. Yeah. Yeah. And what do they the qualify for like, who knows? I don't even want to go there because that's like, that's that's gonna make you mad. Yeah, that's crazy. Right. So there's that they've also. Yeah. They've also listed official workplace burn out. This is my favorite. This is my favorite mission. How many types of disease how many times in your life if you experience this? I mean think about it. Okay. Maybe not you because you're happy all the time. But there have been times in my life. I have I have experienced burn out on so many levels. I look at my there, there have been times in my life in my twenty. What five twenty how many years, I've been working now, I have probably thirty years. I've been working in the corporate world radio aside because radio's pretty dang fun. Yeah. But when I worked in regular corporate America, you know, where you had to go, and we're pantyhose. Yeah. I would just have burned out from that yet. I'm wearing pantyhose. I'd be like geez. And you get patriarchy, right? Burnt out, is it. I can't believe this is officially recognized chronic condition. Yeah. They define it as chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully manages take a vacation. So now they even have three defining symptoms. So you can listen to these and decide if you to suffer from burn out the first one is feelings of energy depletion, or exhaustion. So if you're a parent, God, everybody's automatic right? Number two increased mental distance from one job or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to your job. And finally reduced professional efficacy. My, my granddaddy, had like three jobs and I don't think the guy slept. This is back in the olden days. Yeah. I can't even imagine like if he was still alive today, and I'd be like granddaddy, there's this new thing called burn out. It's a it's a condition. It's a chronic condition. He would just look at me sideways, like what in the hell are you talking about? I to go to my third job, right? Well, and that's the thing. This is just another symptom of how much our culture has gotten worst fi. Italy saw everything is a condition. Or a disease, everything, like now, if this gets treated as a disease, can you imagine like if you if you request family leave because you're suffering from this disease that is just regular strength. And that's the thing or just I don't know. Just being too. Dull issue. That's what I'm saying. It's just being an it's just being a grown up now and people are ill equipped to be grownups. And that's
Pressure On China To Agree To Trade Deal
"Radio. Even though we have a lot of liquidity offline from may happy made if you are taking today off there still some selected assets that are trading and some important events to look ahead to US equity futures advancing then he had apples upbeat forecasts. Traders expecting lower volumes throughout the day. Then bit of movement coming through in terms of US equity futures higher. You've got a bit of movement on the ASX two hundred straight up about eight tenths of one percent. Other than that. It's pretty quiet on the equity side in terms of the handover overnight. We did have course, they Tekere innings more generally with apple but also a little bit of a well, it was a weight on the shoulders from Google corporate earnings and develop the trade conflict between the US and China remain front and center, that's for sure I mean, running through some of the currency pairs here. You're looking here the Bloomberg dollar index. That's just barely about the flat line here quiet on the Major's front. So I mean, pretty much all of these pairs unchanged. Eurodollar one twelve twenty Donnie in one hundred and eleven fifty and cable is up less than a tenth of one percent. Short of one thirty fifty five commodities are on the pressure a little bit. Brent crude Coney down six tenths of one percent. We have higher inventories out of the US and the initial data overnight. Gold is lower by three tenths of one percent. So the metals on the pressure let me run through some of the news as well. In terms of the corporate earnings because we are getting of course, quite a few fast and furious start off with Sainsbury's fiscal year revenue at twenty nine point zero one billion pounds. You're looking here at fiscal year sales of thirty two point four one billion pounds to final dividend. Shares going to be seven point nine Pence. Few notes on guidance year Sainsbury saying the consumer outlook continues to be uncertain and that they are well-placed to navigate the external environment. So that's on the Sainsbury's front more retail input from next currently first quarter retail sales coming through a negative three point six percent. The market was looking for actually more of a contraction here down six point two one percents of slightly better than some of the analysts had pencilled in. I go to online sales eleven point eight percents the estimate heroes for twelve point eight percent. And so a little bit of a little bit better on the retail sales. But a little bit short of estimates on the online sales on guidance. They're still seeing fiscal year pre-tax at seven hundred and fifty million pounds and still see full price sales at up one point seven percent. And then also on the economic front. We've got some UK April house prices. They're up zero point four percent on the month. That's the nationwide. Up zero point nine percent on the years that is some economic input as well. So that's a bit of a flavor then on what's happening with these corporate earnings. Let's get now to some of the stories we're watching very carefully starting off with what's happening with the United States and China. The White House is ramping up pressure on China to reach a trade deal in the next two weeks. Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong, the US said once again, he would walk away from the talks if no deal, Mick Mulvaney, President Trump's acting chief of staff said negotiations would not go on forever. So the administration is making its impatience known a slight shift from the earlier more optimistic messaging still going into talks today. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US side had a nice working dinner last night with vice-president Leo hub, two of the quick notes. The F T says the US is likely to accept a watered-down commitment from China on security that to speed up a deal and. And Chinese regulators said today, both Chinese and foreign banks will no longer be subject to ownership caps on local banks Kong, Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That means on world financial markets away. Today's Federal Reserve announcement on the US interest rates. Bloomberg's Michael Mckee has a preview. This fed meeting is widely expected to be a nun event except for that little possibility of a rate cut. No, not a policy cut to the fence target. But an adjustment to the rate of interest. The central Bank pays banks on excess reserves the effective federal funds rate traded a record five basis points above the excess reserves rate Tuesday most traders blamed technical rather than policy issues such as a rise in repo rates on other securities that suggests the fed doesn't need to do anything others note, though, it's been an ongoing problem and forecast a slight cut in the rake in Washington, Michael Mckee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And as the central Bank meant to weigh monetary policy. Donald Trump sought to pressure the fed to make drastic moves to boost and already healthy US economy in a pair of tweets Tuesday. Trump criticized the fed for having incessantly lifted interest rates and wonderfully low inflation Colfer steep interest rate cut and the resumption of bond purchases as well. The thing with the theme. The president's comments came as another political drama swirled around the central Bank on Capitol Hill Trump's plan nomination. He recalls Stephen Moore to the fed sports looks increasingly uncertain as a third Republican Senator voices downs. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. A key ally of the president told reporters that Moore would be quote, a very problematic nomination, though, he has not made up his mind. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama on Monday voice. Their own concerns about more a Heritage Foundation fellow and a former Trump campaign adviser Ernst the senate's fourth ranking Republican told reporters, quote, I am not enthused about what he has said in various articles later, Monday Shelby. The former chairman of the banking committee said he thought the proposed nomination, quote has some problems Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That's something singing. Singapore where Mark Cranfield and markets live team joins us, Mark. Let's start off with the mlive question of the day. The fed odds in terms of the likelihood of a move very contradictory and not really in line with what we're seeing the job market. Yes. Good morning, certainly the market by some as strong as it's been since the nineteen sixties in the United States pretty healthy condition. We've also saying some pretty good wage growth as well. Even though it hasn't really fit injuring flation too much. So Fava certainly in the GDP data from Las week, as well already know the picture is pretty healthy economy. We go to started go to the payrolls not becoming up on Friday, and the fed will certainly be thinking about this as well because it probably reinforce this very strong picture of job market. So when you have that in the background certainly makes a bit curious as to why the mock is getting so excited about the polls. Not of the fed may take the opportunity to to try and rain the market back in a little bit and try and get them back more to a neutral territory because of that. Let's talk about the greenback. It's climbed against all but three of its group ten currency peers and twenty nineteen to folks at TD North America point out that any further strengthening any wheat test of some of those twenty eighteen is could mean trouble for stocks can be trouble for high your credit and currencies as well. More. Generally. You're seeing that dollar bears can return to hibernation after the FOMC run me through your thinking. Yeah. So we had a little bit of softness in the dollar towards the individual pro, and that's not unusual this month and maneuvering which goes on. And it's quite often the case where people are just have to tidy things up in the came off a little, but the fundamental case for is is pretty hard to ignore right now, particularly against the emerging market currencies. You've got short term rates in America, which are very high in comparison to other g ten currencies relatively high compared to the emerging market world. Plus as we were saying this pretty strong background of data from the United States. And they made it very. Clear it's on a long-term polls here. So he's not really going to be going anywhere. We've monetary policy at the same time. There's other countries that want to lower interest rates in in Asia. We've had India of moved already we've got to Malaysia looking at it, South Korea looking at it Philippines, Indonesia, they're all heading towards lower rates environment. So that certainly from an investor's point to you. They're probably thinking that the fed is beginning to look like a high yield currency here. So we could save it. If a rebound once the fed is out the way people start looking ahead to Friday's jobs report. It's always a pleasure catching up. Thank you for stopping buying. It's Mark Cranfield. Remember the for real time market commentary and analysis to markets. Lifelock. That's the only Bloomberg terminal. Let's get into some of the corporate news because apple their their numbers of projected quarterly sales top analysts estimates more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The reports suggest demand for iphones stabilized after a disappointing holiday period. The company also reported solid revenue. Growth from its services business as consumer sign up for a growing Schwartz board of digital subscriptions. Apple shares have surged more than forty percent from twenty one month low in early January after lacklustre iphone sales prompted the company to cut its holiday revenue forecast. So far this year. Apple is up twenty seven point two percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and do better as demand for all. The shares offered in its IPO just one day after kicked off throat show in London. That's according to people familiar with the matter, the ride hailing company will continue meeting potential buyers in New York and San Francisco as it seeks to raise as much as nine billion dollars right time now for the latest elsewhere in the world with Bloomberg's leeann guarantee, man. Good morning Yussef Kwun guidos gamble to take control. Venezuela appears to have flops the position need publicly called on the armed forces toback his attempts to oust nNcholas Maduro, but the military command. And state loyal to the president the US reiterated its support for quite, but it seems to have little effect. Japan has seen the first voluntary handy of the chrysanthemum throne in more than two hundred gays. Bloomberg's Crisan STI has this report from Tokyo Japan. Welcome to new emperor on Wednesday with hito acceding to the throne in a ceremony attended only by males symbolic, Hugh leader ushers in a new era Ray, or beautiful harmony, one of the emperor's first major tasks will be to entertain US President Donald Trump who arrives later this month for state visit interfere Chris Asti, Bloomberg daybreak. You're in the UK. There's around with a neighbor vets policy on another e referendum some of the party's MP's won't want an Olsen Kim stances, while others would prefer a better Brexit deal general election yesterday, the ponies governing buddy agreed to stick to its policy of simply keeping the option of another poll on the table it disappointed labor backbencher Mary Cray danger. We're trying to ride. To wholesalers on nicest. Theresa May has demonstrated over the last two years is that you end up leasing date. The country is looking to the labor party for leadership. They're looking to labour leader for leadership, and this may French police carrying out full, potentially violent protests across the country. Bloomberg's Caroline Conan reports for the first time the universe will join climate activists any traditional union marches, but as many as fifteen hundred black blocks anarchists are also expected in Paris. French president mccone came up with a new wave of reforms last tweak. The two-thirds of the French said they were not convinced in Paris, counting Kernen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Cable news twenty four hours a day on air take takes on Twitter,.
"House of horrors" parents get 25 years to life
"The southern California parents accused of running a house of horrors or being handed a life sentence in their children. Are speaking out about how they grew up. Correspondent Jason camp Adonia one child says it's difficult to think about his childhood. Sometimes I still have nightmares things that had happened such as my siblings being chained up or getting another child says she's turning her life around to my whole life bit now taking my life back on the fighter strong, and I'm shooting. Lifelock on the parents, David in the weeds Turpin were sentenced to twenty five years to life in prison and can't speak with any of the kids. They pled guilty to chaining their kids to furniture, starving them. And only allowing them to
"lifelock" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"So I always tried to research on all my guess, googling Utah on live you go simulate you look to show. Off doing entertaining in the basement, which is just a few feet from your own personal boats. So I've got to go there and ask you is this something that you'll still proud of and wondered if you could tell me a little bit about if it is sure. Sure. So. So I'm a guy who jokingly tell the story but had nothing fifteen years ago, literally nothing, and so to be able to go from scratch with an idea that was brilliant co-founder who started with me, but for me to be able to be CEO from day one into go through this journey, and then, you know, be able to have the financial success that goes with it. I was able to build truly what you you would lay their dream about. And what's on really good that June and July? It's not as much fun to play golf here. It's kind of warm, so if I'm going to be here, I can do it in the comfort of my seventy degree basement and walk over to my bar between swings have a cocktail. So this is the drink country right for an Arizona guy. And and the rest of the the other nine months of the year when you can really get out and have fun. I'll do it on the golf course. But my game doesn't get to rusty because of it. I was able to build my truly measuring house. If we have someone listening to this conversation. Anyway in the world is inspired by your story. What's the best advice? You pass on him at the beginning or any stage of their own personal textile. Probably the thing I try to share most that I wish someone had probably enlighten me as I started my journey. There are probably three things most specifically I please be able to say what is makes you decisively better than anyone that's out there in whatever your solution. Whatever you're bringing from your business. But if that value prop concisely able to articulate what makes you dramatically different almost your unfair competitive advantage. If you decide what we better customer service, or we can do it a little cheaper. You do not have a sustainable business while so really be true to yourself. What is my competitive advantage that can build on men are to you're going to get people who are gonna come. And the first people you're going to be able to hire or your friends and families and loved ones that will believe in your vision in your. Name be ready. You're gonna rope part of them and your responsibility as a leader is to make some tough decisions. And it's find that balance point loyalty and your role as a leader of the company. I didn't always do it. Well. Sometime site to on. But I've also fired best friends and cousins, and I guess it would be now. My ex wife, I'm sure that contributed to the reason she's my ex wife 'cause like her when she was still my wife. But you had to make hard decisions. Right. And.
"lifelock" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"They've all done a great job of listening to the tech community saying that we're missing the skills you need to build programs that deliver us higher -able graduates immediately and done a fantastic job of building those programs and interacting with the private sector. Yeah. That to the idea that we really did get a business friendly. You know, change certainly in governor and our governor. So you quick side story that just made me extremely proud. When governor Ducey was first coming into office. He was going around meeting everyone to what your job what you're all. You run this -partment you run this department, and we're about to have the Super Bowl, which courses the big football vent. Yeah. That's coming up. We'll we going to have it here in Arizona, and he was going around and talking to different people. And there was someone who ran weights and measures the -partment, and he said, so, you know, tell me what your job is. How do you measure success? He's a good business oriented guy and the person who was running the department said, well, I've got a whole sting operation set up for Uber and lift when the Super Bowl comes. And so we're really going to drop the hammer on Uber. And lift governor Ducey said interesting walks out goes to his well, someone remind me what's my thority with this person. Is they work of the pleasure of the governor. Okay. Your fire. Why why would we want to sting? Culturally changing, we should embrace these technologies and by doing that he's attracted them to come do some of their development here have some of their training centers do work here. Well, that's exactly what we're looking for. We want to know that there's going to be someone who's trying to get in the way stop innovation. Stop change. We want someone who's gonna Bryce it work with us. So that's a great just microcosmic example of how that culture is changing. Why you now see three hundred tech and growing companies some which we set really resonates with me because old Thomas. Vehicles. For example. This is a big hall of it here. Isn't it the very hard? Now, it helps that we also have an AVI very grid. Light flat grid light. You know mean there's mountains around you. But so for them to do the mapping. We did have a tragedy here. Also, we had one the accidents that unfortunately, someone lost their their life of my circles or someone crossing the street with a bicycle that being said, you know, we're losing a lot more people every day on our cars, we drive ourselves. And so, you know, everyone took a pause it took a step the government others to say, let's make sure that we're really doing. This development is technology about not taking unnecessary risk. But really still embrace the fact that you know, it's not going to be easy. It's not always going to be pretty I I certainly don't want to make light of someone who lost a family member this way. It's extremely tragic. But again, we're losing family members every day by doing it the way we've been doing it. I certainly would love. I'm telling my parents now, it will be very soon. You will no longer be Bryant. On. I was chatting with the guys at ways a few months ago. And I got very similar viewpoint. And they said that can actually say in ten years from now people will question why we ever let people drive victims of accidents. That goals seem silly. And you see, and I love it. So you see total changes look at the the industries that are gonna change because of it. How the automotive industry the insurance wrecks are going to go down. So now, you're seeing all the people who are primarily in the car insurance business, knowing we have to change our business model because we can't charge the same premiums because the risk just went down dramatically. Can you imagine? How many people were still going to get freedom to that? Can't get out drive today. There were going to say, okay, we'll make it available to you again. I mean, just I love how technology that's why I've done some technology startups. I love seeing technology change lives for the better..
"lifelock" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"On a daily basis and hold people accountable to it. But by doing that staying on mission weaker was withstand. I mean, people have no idea you can look at it now and talk about two point three billion dollar acquisition. And it looks like well that was easy. And he saw me you filled it you had a big exit. I faced death. I stunt on the Cliff's edge. Five six times that I was not sure we would exist. The next month. And so it was the culture. It was the dedication that allowed us to survive that and that's the story that we get to have it. We'll hear about success axes, but not the ten year overnight success to well. That's just their right? Everybody looked at that was so obvious. Of course, she went after identity theft protection. It was the number one consumer complaint America or you got consumers. Okay. Well, of course, no one knew that was a problem you had to what we would call evangelize and educate you that not only what's the real problem. But what's the solution? You should take steps dividing though. You've never heard of us. And of course, here in the states is a big deal. I had to ask you are you worried about identity theft. Well, you've never heard of me. But if you'll give me your name address credit card, number birthdate and social security number which course here in the states were you told never give out your social security number. I need all that to protect you. So if you'll just give that to me that was not an easy ask into to get millions and millions of people. The trust us took a billion dollars in marketing over those twelve years to build the Bryant. That's not an easy undertaking. So looks easy after you don't know about the times, we almost yourselves to death while the times, my competitor. We're trying to kill me. Not literally but figuratively in the business where we had legal fees in the tens of millions or startup company one year just to survive, but when you're focused, I call them, decisive points when your folks on those decisive points that is what we kind of pride ourselves in calling the great American story, right? This is the option to started from nothing checking in made over one hundred millionaires when we went public. I mean, it's something I'm extremely product tested. So as a traveled five thousand miles to attend the J Pekka, then I'm fascinated by violating the region is not home to three hundred tech companies real strong vibe over here is undergoing this huge hi-tech, Mike. So why is it that you love about Phoenix from a personal level and also from someone right at the heart of the tech industry. Yes. So I do think you really seen a cultural shift. So we really were known before Amazon a-, and we got all of our seas about, you know, cattle farming cotton. Copper you know, we were real estate. Investors would come here and buy real estate just from an investment standpoint. And so and some level tourism, right? Certainly, it's great weather. I won't make invite feel bad who has to listen to the fact that you had to come to this Ruutel. Brutal conditions to meet me. But we had all that. But we didn't have that same Nukus. We didn't have that identity as company like a Silicon Valley did, but it was those successes, and then we all kind of unified. So I know a lot of the people you'll be talking to this week. We are truly a community were proud of what we built we get together. And talk about what the horizon of technology looks like and how we can work together. What's needed? The universities have done a great job all them. You know Grand Canyon yields which university of Arizona. Arizona State University..
"lifelock" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"We're incredibly competitive in we want our state, even to some of our cities will compete to who can attract the best talent have the standard of living. You know, have a lower tax base. So we're not a burden on the families, but can give a high standard of living. You know, make sure the infrastructure's there things like charter schools. So those are the kind of benefits instead of just being a cafeteria on site, that's free food or massage therapist right cleaner at the office. That's great for a company. We will do it as fate. We'll Louis cities. How do we find the best charter schools? How do we make sure the tax base? How do we give you some great options on in living, you know, per square foot? What that looks like what kind of home you can have for your family. It'll be very competitive and you have to have everybody aligned, right? You have we have our legislators our governor. And our legislators have done a great job of San. Arizona's opened for business. We're gonna make business friendly to come here to the state of Arizona, and we sometimes might even critically California. How cumbersome? Regulatory tax. We might point that out every once in a while to attract other companies. Why? Now, you did mention a few moments ago that Symantec famously acquired lock over two point three billion a few years ago. So what would it biggest lessons that you learned from entire Ginny? Oh, wow. So many great ones. Most importantly, probably the culture matters so much more than people can understand in the success of a company seeing have a great idea. And there's been tons of great ideas as companies never got off the ground because they didn't have culture that starts leadership for sure, but it really diffuses through the entire organization because you'll always have the challenges that come with it. You know, I got to be one of the few people who was a founder venture capital backed company public. Somehow still remain see of a publicly traded company even through good times bad and then the acquisition by Symantec. So it was really a staying focused on what our four value was actually pretty simple knew what you should not. Which can if it sounds elegantly simple much harder temperament.
"lifelock" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"Chime with Tony Davis in a coffee shop in Phoenix. There might be a little bit of traffic noise that you just have to the ambiance and essentially have a listened to two guys grabbing a coffee together. So I was thanks for joining me today. Towed in Sunni, Arizona, the Pekka van but for listeners tuning in from all over the world. Okay. Tell me a little bit about who you are. And what you do. Sure. So I am lucky enough to have been the founder and CEO of a company called lifelock. Which we started here in the states and initially was only available in the states. But we came the fastest growing identity theft protection company in the world. We grew over twelve years, we grew to almost seven hundred million top line revenue about five million subscribers in the US, and we've gone public and then later were acquired by company called Symantec that does Norton antivirus. And so we had a really couple of great exits. But more importantly, the legacy. I'm proud of is that we really were the first ones at the forefront of defining this new industry of identity theft, protection and specialness age of data breaches and more day. Being out there that we really empowered and summers to take control of their own destiny. Protect themselves, but have their back if something went wrong. And so I'm most proud of that legacy that we were able to define this new industry and do it at such a such a high standard and testing. Now, you have a very rich history of working in the tech industry with several textile ops and also you'll tell him dovecotes. But what is it about fate? Knicks is making a halt bagful technology companies right now, especially compared to which is Silicon Valley. Absolutely. So probably a couple things. A couple of dynamics at work together. One of them. Of course is just the sheer competitiveness of our states. So California pretty big tax burden high cost of living. You know, the competition from the tech companies part of the times just out vetting each other. You know, what are the amenities in those kinds of things versus an Arizona has the ability to come track much lower cost of living. But we've seen. This big infusion of that experienced great talent. Our universities have really done a great job of stepping up. Young four. It was a of here's the book harassing with dated your. I'm not getting cutting edge stuff that Silicon Valley was really allowing the younger folks to learn from a coding user interface, creative artwork really see out on horizon. Well, that's all changed him. And so we're really able to attract a high level of talent. I will say there's a often we did it with lifelock. I see it with several companies on vested now kind of a symbiotic relationship. We may have a few key elements of talent that we will still look for in Silicon Valley have a base of operation there. But instead of paying a fifty percent premium on overhead and salaries, etc. Where they have stole lower living in a standard of living because of the cost we're able to just place out talent that the. Little bit of talent. We might be able to find in a Phoenix. But now because we've got critical mass of tech companies now we've had enough success stories like a lifelock like a or I ram it or so many others now that have come out their web MD, great technology companies that had very successful exits with them. It really allows us to attract that same come talent that standard living in. I will also have the the school systems have dramatically improved. Arizona's been very open to charter public schools. So not the expensive private school. They deemed public schools, but they're charter which allows you to really be selected what what kind of education. Do you want for your children, and we have some of the highest rated charter schools in the nation here in Arizona. So that makes it even more attractive for people to come. And that's one of the things probably our international list is fully understand that let me say excuse competitiveness, isn't it between the states, then it's not just US as warm. It's. Yeah. While we're all proud to be American, right?.
After a rollercoaster journey, he sold his tech company for $3.3B
"Todd Davis is the founder of lifelock. An a quick Google search about him and his journey with lifelock. We'll tell you that Symantec famously acquired lifelock for over two point three billion dollars a few years ago, an equally Wikipedia will tell you that taught won the Ernest and young entrepreneur of the year for top emerging company for Orange County and desert cities in two thousand nine and he was also awarded the CRM's magazine service elite ward, the Arizona business leadership associations leadership award and the Arabs ONA business journal twenty-five most admired CEOs in two thousand nine book. None of these. We'll tell you how he faced death sat on the Cliff's edge. Not sure if he's company would exist the following month during the infamous roller coaster journey of startup life. So I caught up with him today to try and learn more about his personal story and hear about the thriving Texan here at Phoenix. And also what businesses setting up camp in the Grand Canyon state. So buckle up and hold on tight. So I. Beam your ears all the way to Phoenix Arizona. So you can join me
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"Some high altitude wind shear hurricane Florence is. Now sustaining maximum winds of ninety miles an hour as continues on a course toward the Carolinas. South Carolina, governor hen. Mcmaster, urging residents to prepare for flash flooding and possible wind damage Puerto happens. We will have a lot of rain
SoftBank profit swells 49 percent as it monetizes investments
"Com. And by the Bloomberg business. Good morning from London I'm Markus. Karlsson and I'm used to Dean from defy we have of course the Saudis reasserting themselves underscoring that they have this appetite for a. Much, more. Aggressive foreign policy, taking on a g ten country yeah. Absolutely taking, on Canada we'll talk more about those trade tensions of course you also have the. Tensions, between the United States and China in the trade space no letting up all of. Those tensions either during the weekend with Donald Trump talking tough we've got to Chinese authorities sort of signaling through state media this morning that. They are willing to, wait it out in this trait, standoff. So as I say no sign of any easing tension. Sir, let me talk. You. Through the. Markets here at seven oh two in London eight oh two if. You're listening in Frankfurt. Or Paris European shares rising on Friday A weekly loss judging by the futures this morning we're going to see. Gains at the, open euro stocks fifty futures higher by zero point one, four percent we're seeing footsie futures rising by, two tenths. Of one percent and get count futures. By a, quarter of, a percentage point looking at the handover from Asia the indices there are makes the Chinese and Japanese Hsieh's down while the Hang. Seng, has. Been gaining run, about six tenths of one percent we've. Been watching, HSBC shares offers second quarter earnings those shares still in positive territory but I've actually. Pad, back some of their previous advances on the back of the second quarter earnings looking. At FX the off show you on had been building on gain sir from Friday overnight but we're now seeing it weaken somewhat by about. A tenth of one, percent against the greenback surpassed still, some. Nervousness there despite this actions these measures that we saw. From, the Chinese on. Friday. Stepping into. Sort of make it more expensive too short the Chinese Yuan will Talk more about that. In just. A moment the AUSSIE dollar the biggest lager in the space against the. US greenback looking at prices they had been rising overnight. And WTI is still on the, front, foot higher. By about a quarter of a percentage points at sixty eight dollars and sixty six cents a not a lot of movement. When it comes to Brent crude. At seventy three dollars and twenty seven cents we are seeing metals coming under pressure on the off by two point two percent when I. Look at zinc prices this morning on the enemy. Copper prices off by nine tenths, of one percent use yeah we have some earnings out from one of the heavyweight lender SoftBank coming in with first quarter operating profit of seven hundred and fifteen billion a year in they're saying, that the first quarter was boosted by two hundred and forty four point nine billion in vision fund valuation gay I think. There's going to, be considerable focus on any news around on a succession, plan positive could grab the attention of investors, of course. They're all society here First quarter derivative loss of fifty, four. Point -o eight billion year these are the lines that are coming through as we speak. And we keep a close eye on. The story. As in developed markets Yeah absolutely let's dig. Into our top stories in the meantime and as I say trade very much front and center. President, Donald Trump has defended his. Use of tariffs that have inflamed tensions with China as well as Europe he told an audience of diehard supporters on. Saturday that playing hardball on trade is, my thing Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie has the details his comments came after Beijing announced plans to impose retaliatory duties on an additional sixty billion dollars worth of US goods if Washington continues. To ramp up tariffs China's list covers more, than five thousand. US products ranging from meat to. Ellen g if an acted they'd cover around seventy percent of, all US goods shipped to China in Shanghai Tom MacKenzie Bloomberg daybreak Europe Yeah Yeah so I just want to jump in here Marcus because we had some numbers. Here German manufacturing orders just run, run run through this down four percent month on. Month the estimate was for down half of one. Percents this is a sizable contraction on those journ determined June manufacturing orders something to bear in mind as we get into the conversation with Mark Cranfield from the markets live team and I wanna stay sick, back perhaps stay with the macro view on China initiated curbs on FX. Derivatives how is that playing out in the? Markets at the? Moment We'll probably not quite as well as China was hoping the currency the stomach. To gain a bit first thing, this morning but it reversed some of that as. The equity market sorry to weaken a bit and. They degree emphasize these restrictions are not just on the Ford foreign exchange server also another derivatives including swap transactions and option transactions but all in all the currencies only very mildly stronger than it was on, Friday and it hasn't really I did much to the gains that we're. Seeing in the first few minutes after the announcement on Friday I suppose the question. That follows then Mark is what needs to change to make these. Measures perhaps more effective in. Order to strengthen the the the you on in a more meaningful way it seems that Jerry does really. Want to see some stability in, the equity market so one of the things they were. Looking at today was that as soon as the equity market started to to go softer than the assumption. Is that the Chinese authorities would increase the stimulus or they're not, around the reserve requirement cuts to. Make interest rates lower, in China surf they're doing that then there's nothing in. The Ford market to support. The stronger currency so this currency can weaken it's almost becoming a catch twenty two. Situation for the, Chinese authorities until they can stabilize. The equity market the other things were not kicking so they really need to get. To grips with that. And then traders will be more confident that they really serious about trying to stabilize the currency as well All right we'll leave it there Mark Cranfield thank you very much for your time that quick reminder for real time, market commentary and analysis. Check out the markets lifelock that's m. l. i. v. on your. Bloomberg terminal now another story. Developing this morning earnings out of HSBC the banks second quarter profit came in ahead of estimates but the. CEO John Flint's push for growth, in Asia has yet to translate into significant revenue growth. That seems earlier we spoke to the finance director Ian MCI and asked him about the health of HSBC In good shape this morning The numbers Second quarter very much, in line With our our expectations So that, was the finance director Ian MCI? Speaking, earlier to Bloomberg yeah that's such an earlier Saudi Arabia. Has frozen trade investment diplomatic ties with Canada in the latest escalation of their dispute over the kingdom's arrest of a women's rights activists that we have come recalled its ambassador to Ottawa at order the Canadian envoy to leave. Within twenty, four hours last week Canada criticized Saudi, Arabia's arrest of activists including Canadian citizen Savar Dowie bear in mind that we did see dollar CAD move by about three, tenths of one percent but that spirit gains since the Bank of Canada on track to raise rates that's giving. A bit. Of support all right, sticking to the region Iran is racing to complete a string of deals before. The US imposes tough new sanctions Iran at the national flag-carrier has taken delivery of five new passenger planes this after. Washington gave its approval public resentment has been building as tensions with the US post the real to historic lows Close in the unregulated market the. Government says that it will act a later today to try to halt the currency's decline Yeah and then Brexit news you've got. The UK trade sector Liam Fox saying that negotiations are more likely to. The, failure and success, speaking to the Sunday Times he said there is a sixty percent chance of a not allowed come Bloomberg's, Alex Morales says he is, warning or, other rewarded comes as the government ratchet ratchets up rhetoric seeking EU compromise foreign secretary Jeremy hunt said last week Britain. Risks tumbling out to the block, without a. Deal by accident to government plans to publish some seventy technical papers this month next outlining contingency plans for renewed you Brexit it's not a prospect that business relishes. Bombarded warning the Press Association on Monday then a no do Brexit could encumber, it with thirty million pounds. Of. Added costs if it's forced to stop parts to allay disruption, to supply chain in London Alex Morales Bloomberg daybreak Europe okay that's the latest on Brexit when it comes to this morning. A forty two billion dollar merger to create what would become the world's largest industrial gas producer Is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal Trade Commission indicated it wants Germany's Linda and practice of the. United States to sell more assets before it approves their deal lindane noted a, quote higher likelihood that the. Requirements. May push total asset disposals to beyond the acceptable threshold outlined, in the merger deal all.
LG's new smart air conditioners are more efficient way to cool down
"Triple eight eight, to five, fifty to fifty? Four and before we go back to your all, of your phone calls, and. I'll tell you if you missed the last hour of the show we had some amazing calls and looking at the board right. Now you don't wanna miss this hour either some interesting items crossed my. Screen that you You need to notice stay up to date and first of all we're going to start talking about drones now drones are just this really incredible technology to take photos surveillance. Drones they use them for military maybe just for fun I mean you in the family can huddle around you, send the drone up and then you are smile because you're. Taking a drone any that's right down the selfie your take droning so we mostly associate drones with being, outside right well think again those drones are heading indoors now think. Hall mall, cop meets the, Terminator soon drones, security guards they're going to follow this. Preprogramed route live streaming everything they see flagging anything perceived as out of order when the drones batteries run low which they're going to reach, they're going to return to their charging pad and then charged up, on their own and then go back. Up in the air just imagine a roving Cici TV camera with no, blind, spots for. I'll tell you that really would, have? Complicated the heist plan and oceans eight and. Other high tech product, news how would you like a smart. Mirror, that shows you exactly what you look like okay I know what. You're thinking I have that, already know you don't. And about, a mirror that really really shows you, what you look like it's going to give you a three d avatar that you can. Tell you can twist you. Can walk around. So you can see your whole body a, company? Called, naked Lanza, shipping is smart mirror that. Uses biometrics gaining technology and it will make your. Very own silver, avatar that's you that's right standing there the whole idea. Is that the app and you knew that there. Would be one tells you how, long it's going to take, you to lose all the way after completing the fifteen seconds scan naked tells you your body fat your muscle mash all of. Your measurements then right Recommends training. Plans nutrition advice personal coaching like, get your butt off the couch reading. In some day you can buy clothes that are tailored to fit you, perfectly now natural. Of people are concerned about their three d. digitized news ending up in some hackers. Hands naked says that, all your news or secure said, how much is this frightening mirror you're ready one. Thousand four. Hundred dollars. Think of, it this way though if you look in the mirror you see a beer belly a bald head a big red nosed varicose veins and a complexion like leather and that's Trevor tar looks. Like just look on the bright, side, at least. Your eyesight is okay at least. Works Alright serious news if you. Have somebody in, your family with autism pay close attention to this next news. Story, dodgy Columbine noticed that her son Alex wasn't looking at people in the face that's a classic. Trade of autism when just eighteen months old and, in preschool Alex struggled socially? With. Other kids one hit him in the. Face with a rubber mallet shovel. When he was six he was, diagnosed with autism Alex is, now nine and, he started working one on one with a therapist using Google. Glass that's right. It was one of fourteen kids taking part in. A trial administered by Stanford University. School of medicine This Google glass of course you, know, seeing. Her going to cactus eyewear was discontinued for commercial use individuals back in two thousand fifteen but software was developed. By the Stanford team that works with the outward facing camera. To read facial expressions and, provide social. Cues it's called superpower glass one hundred kids worthy, glasses while interacting with family members and what they found is that when the, kids play the game these glasses three times. A week for twenty minutes over six weeks is that suddenly her son started, having frequent I contact and she. Said it was just crazy she's in two weeks it was like just switched inside. Of them at Alex said. Mommy mommy I can look at people and I can read their minds now crate the goal. From the. Google has progressed he's widely available as possible for autism someday covered by insurance now that's really something All right everything is smart now we're doing about smart homes smart lights smart locks and now we have smart air conditioners. Because why not l., g. electron IX has a slew of new air conditioner. A cutout CO two emissions they run relatively quietly they respond to, owner commands, of course via a smartphone app multiple voice assistance standard hand held remote and using the app owners, can monitor and just room temperature turn the air. Conditioners on and off. You can tell the air conditioner what to do using Amazon, Alexa, Google. Assistant turn the air up turn the air down turn the air conditioning off turn it on because getting off. The couch to turn on your air conditioning is just too. Much work for you Do this enough and you're ready for it Alexa will be your biggest fan Yes all right Now this final story is one of these things are going to listen to you and you're gonna shake your head because. This. Really happen yes a teenager in California was arrested after he woke up. A. Sleeping couple Broke inside their house and said hi I'm just wondering if I can use your wifi network. Because I'm out of data that's right. You, heard me right a couple in Palo Alto call police if they woke it up by a seventeen year old boy who they pushed. Down. There hallway out their front door the couple was asleep in their bedroom And the kids said, he, needed to use their wifi network the team is not being a dentist because he. Is of. Course a minor he's. Arrested for residential burglary prowling providing false information now here's something else the next day the man living at home reported that his surveillance video had captured the. Suspect stealing his bike from his backyard Guess, what the, thirties found. The bike at the, suspect's house pretty bright kid. There, could you imagine me why police. Had main true story just pulled over a man who drove a scooter all the way from Maine to Massachusetts Using his cell phone as a headlight that's right could you imagine going from Massachusetts Tim main honest suitor Luna's little, scooters, using. Your, cell phone as the headlight police had a. Lot of questions but the main one was hey buddy hence you get the battery to last so long we wanna know IRA south about your, life and how you're going to protect, your identity, because you've heard me talk about lifelock and you know I've been in lifelock, customer for many many years even when they weren't an advertiser and I still am today because once again sensitive personal data has been exposed and more data breaches for nearly two months and unauthorized, party, reportedly used stolen user names and passwords to log, onto the, online accounts of, certain, major department stores websites. Sensitive customer data about full names addresses phone numbers Email addresses birthdays payment card numbers expiration dates for compromise and then criminals use his personal information from. A data. Breach to open accounts file tax, returns by property and A lot more there's just so many threats in today's connected world. And here's the problem. It takes just one weak link for criminals to get in that's it but it's a good thing that, we now have the new,.
"lifelock" Discussed on 600 WREC
"There's a there's a pattern profile it's created now don't misunderstand lifelock doesn't have people studying individual members profiles these are computer algorithms and programs and lifelock is continually monitoring and running them when there is a spike in anybody's profile a large purchase that is outside the norm a large bank deposit or withdrawal outside the norm or the opening of a bank account anything outside the norm triggers alert with it lifelock they then send the member an alert saying there's a bunch of curious behavior in your account they detail for you what it is and if it is you that has made an exorbitant purchase or you've opened a new bank account or you withdrawn a lot of money then you right back no problem it's me and everybody goes away but if you report back that it's not you will then it's a pretty good idea that you have been scammed and somebody is running around on the net as you that's when lifelock gets into gear that's when they start tracking this now that's when they try to find out where it's happening who was doing it and sometimes they try to stop it within process but nobody can monitor all transactions there's not one outfit on earth that can do this for every transaction out there but there's nobody anywhere near lifelock's capability they have a restoration team this is a group of people human beings that do nothing but work with members who have been scammed or victimized by this kind of fraud they work with them until it's resolved until the member is made whole put back together.
Alaska, Lifelock and Washington discussed on Morning Edition
"Us twenty of them are in alaska there are several wildfires in california colorado and new mexico in colorado one of the state's largest ever fires is burning about two hundred miles southwest of denver the spring creek fire has destroyed at least one hundred thirty two structures you're listening to npr news heavy rain in south western minnesota has triggered heavy flooding some homes have several inches of water in them from minnesota public radio solvay washed bed says some volunteers spent the fourth of july piling up sandbags homes and businesses in murray county minnesota are dealing with rising water from heavy rains county community relations coordinator christie riley says rain added to water accumulated earlier this summer even farmers had trouble getting their crops in the fields they got him and then we got tons of rain water droughts out there road conditions and damage already from the end of june and now this rain on top of it we're just so saturated riley says road conditions have improved homes around the county's lakes still have high water for npr news i'm solvay wasp met a woman who climbed the base of the statue of liberty yesterday is in federal custody she was part of a protest against us immigration policy says new york police department detective brian glacken she was basically up there saying about the children in texas police spent nearly four hours trying to bring the woman down this also meant hundreds of tourists were forced to leave liberty island the national hurricane center says a tropical wave is well organized in the middle of the atlantic ocean it's possible that a tropical depression might format of this wave but the hurricane center says that wins in the ocean will turn unfavourable any storm would probably break up before reaching the caribbean i'm korva coleman npr news from washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include lifelock lifelock with norton works to help protect identities and the information on devices from cybercriminals learn more at lifelock dot com and the kresge foundation at kresge dot org archaeological evidence shows.
"lifelock" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Profile is created how much money you spend every month where it goes this kind of nobody is studying you personally this is all computer information when your stuff is stolen and somebody starts using your data that causes a spike in that profile and in the lifelock computers are alerted and that's when people get involved and start letting you know that you may have been hacked you may have been defer frauded and ask you if you recently spent x wear and so forth and if you did you say yeah but it's me and everybody goes away but if it's not you that's when you are so happy you're a lifelock member 'cause they start tracking down they literally try to stop it in its tracks and sometimes they succeed but no one can stop all theft cyber or otherwise at all businesses but i'm telling you nobody is better this than lifelock and if something gets past them they've got what they call the restoration team that works with you until it's all fixed and put back in order it's only nine ninety nine a month and if you use my name and you sign up you get ten percent off and they've added norton security now to your computers your your hardware that protects against malware ransomware so lifelock is a one stop hub and it is awesome what it does and there isn't anybody better in its peace of mind before during an after any kind of problem call them at eight hundred four forty forty eight thirty three remember use my name get ten percent wacked off their or lifelock dot com either way make sure you use my name okay back.
"lifelock" Discussed on WJR 760
"You know the number of entities suffering some kind of data breach is not going down it's increasing retail chains are getting better at protecting their data but cities school districts hospitals they remain vulnerable you become a lifelock member you give them all of your data their numbers credit card numbers social security and so forth what happens is a profile is automatically created after not too long a period of time the way you use your credit cards the way you interact with businesses and so forth of the internet there is a a basically a profile it's created how much money you spend every month where it goes this kind of nobody is studying you personally this is all computer information when your stuff is stolen and somebody starts using your data that causes a spike in that profile and in the lifelock computers are alerted and that's when people get involved and start letting you know that you may have been hacked you may have been frauded and ask you if you recently spent x wear and so forth and if you did you say yeah but it's me and everybody goes away but if it's not you that's when you are so happy you're lifelock member 'cause they start tracking down they literally try to stop it in its tracks and sometimes they succeed but no one can stop all theft cyber or otherwise at all businesses but i'm telling you nobody is better this than lifelock and if something gets past them they've got what they call the restoration team works with you until it's all fixed and put back in order it's only nine ninety nine a month and.
"lifelock" Discussed on WCHS
"You know the number of entities suffering some kind of data breach is not going down it's increasing retail chains are getting better at protecting their data but cities school districts hospitals they remain vulnerable you become a lifelock member you give them all of your data your numbers credit card numbers social security and so forth what happens is a profile is automatically created after not too long a period of time the way you use your credit cards the way you interact with businesses and so forth and on the internet there is a a basically a profile it's created how much money you spend every month where it goes this kind of nobody is studying you personally this is all computer information when your stuff is stolen and somebody starts using your data that causes a spike in that profile and in the lifelock computers are alerted and that's when people get involved and start letting you know that you may have been hacked you may have been defer frauded and ask you if you recently spent x wear and so forth and if you did you say yeah but it's me and everybody goes away but if it's not you that's when you are so happy you're lifelock member 'cause they start tracking down they literally try to stop it in its tracks and sometimes they succeed but no one can stop all theft cyber or otherwise at all businesses but i'm telling you nobody is better than lifelock and if something gets past them they've got what they call the restoration team that works with you until it's all fixed and put back in order it's only nine ninety nine a month and.
"lifelock" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Well you don't want it to happen and unfortunately with credit card theft identity theft you don't know the crime has happened when it's happened when you're robbed you know it when you're held up you know it you get shot you know it when you have credit card for you don't know it sometimes from months unless you're lifelock member that's exactly right if you're a lifelock member they have your credit card all this data that they used to create an online profile of you it's not that somebody's spying on your studying you is just an algorithm that's in their system and it's constantly measured against your daily activity and if there's a spike in it if you're behaving abnormally that's when they find fraud maybe maybe you behaving abnormally buying something you don't usually by but if it's fraud they tell you about it try to stop it if they can't stop it they have a team called the restoration team that fixes it and put you back together makes you whole there isn't anybody out there that does this now there are other outfits that try to tell you they can monitor your activity and help you know when some gone wrong but nobody has a restoration team and nobody offers norton security software for your hardware which helps it guard against malware ransomware that kind of stuff lifelock is the answer sign up today lifelock dot com or call eight hundred four.
"lifelock" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The hack for months so you're blissfully running around not knowing that your your data is soon to be in the hands of people who will be defrauding you with lifelock you know when it happens you join lifelock you give them all your data and they create a profile and very soon after that an online spending habit picture of you is created it's a graphic display if they want to show it to you but anyway when there's an aberration or a spike when something really abnormal happens that's why lifelock sees it if you're a member natural may reach out to you and ask you if the reason for the spike is something you're doing and if it is everything's fine nobody goes away but it's not you they get into gear trying to track down where this is happening who's doing it stopping them and you'd be amazed at the success that they have and if something gets past because nobody can stop all of this there's not one company that can prevent all identity theft they've got a restoration team that puts every every one of their customers quote unquote back together if something happens and they don't stop until you're fully restored back to normal with the least amount of damage done lifelock is in a league of their own there now including norton security software for your hardware for your for your phone for your mac or your computer your pc when you when you sign up that protects your devices from outwear ransomware and that kind of thing too if you haven't.
"lifelock" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The hack for months so you're blissfully running around not knowing that your your data is soon to be in the hands of people who will be defrauding you with lifelock you know when it happens you join lifelock you give them all your data and they create a profile and very soon after that an online spending habit pitcher of you is created it's a graphic display if they want to show it to you but anyway when there's an aberration or a spike when something really abnormal happens that's what lifelock sees it if you're a member natural may reach out to you and ask you if the reason for the spike is something you're doing and if it is everything's finally goes away if it's not you they get into gear trying to track down where this is happening who's doing it stopping them and you'd be amazed at the success that they have and if something gets past because nobody can stop all of this there's not one company that can prevent all identity theft they've got a restoration team that puts every every one of their customers quote unquote back together if something happens and they don't stop until you're fully restored back to normal with the least amount of damage done lifelock is in a league of their own there now including norton security software for your hardware for your for your phone for your mac or your computer your pc when you when you sign up that protects your devices from outwear ransomware and that kind of thing too if you haven't.
"lifelock" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Your credit card numbers what have you when that's been stolen so you're blissfully running around not knowing that your your data is soon to be in the hands of people who will be defrauding you with lifelock you know when it happens you join lifelock you give them all your data and they create a profile and very soon after that an online spending habit pitcher of you is created it's a graphic display if they want to show it to you but anyway when there's an aberration or a spike when something really abnormal happens that's whitland lifelock sees it if you're a member that's may reach out to you and ask you if the reason for the spike is something you're doing and if it is everything's fine nobody goes away if it's not you they get into gear trying to track down where this is happening who's doing it stopping them and you'd be amazed at the success that they have and if something gets past because nobody can stop all of this there's not one company that can prevent all identity theft they've got a restoration team that puts every every one of their customers quote unquote back together if something happens and they don't stop until you're fully restored back to normal with the least amount of damage done lifelock is in a league of their own there now including norton security software for your hardware for your for your phone for your mac or your computer your pc when you when you sign up that protects your devices from malware ransomware and that kind of thing too if.
"lifelock" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The hack for months so you're blissfully running around not knowing that your your data is soon to be in the hands of people who will be defrauding you with lifelock you know when it happens you join lifelock you give them all your data and they create a profile and very soon after that an online spending habit picture of you is created it's a graphic display if they want to show it to you but anyway when there's an aberration or a spike when something really abnormal happens that's why lifelock sees it if you're a member natural may reach out to you and ask you if the reason for the spike assuming you're doing and if it is everything's fine nobody goes away but it's not you they get into gear trying to track down where this is happening who's doing it stopping them and you'd be amazed at the success that they have and if something gets past because nobody can stop all of this there's not one company that can prevent all identity theft they've got a restoration team that puts every every one of their customers quote unquote back together if something happens and they don't stop until you're fully restored back to normal with the least amount of damage done lifelock is in a league of their own there now including norton security software for your hardware for your for your phone for your mac or your computer your pc when you when you sign up that protects your devices from maui wear ransomware and that kind of thing too if you haven't.
"lifelock" Discussed on WCHS
"The hack for months so you're blissfully running around not knowing that your your data is soon to be in the hands of people who will be defrauding you with lifelock you know when it happens you join lifelock you give them all your data and they create a profile and very soon after that an online spending habit pitcher of you is created it's a graphic display if they want to show it to you but anyway when there's an aberration or a spike when something really abnormal happens that's what lifelock sees it if you're a member that's may reach out to you and ask you if the reason for the spike is something you're doing and if it is everything's fine everybody goes away but it's not you they get into gear trying to track down where this is happening who's doing it stopping them and you'd be amazed at the success that they have and if something gets past because nobody can stop all of this there's not one company that can prevent all identity theft they've got a restoration team that puts every every one of their customers quote unquote back together if something happens and they don't stop until you're fully restored back to normal with the least amount of damage done lifelock is in a league of their own there now including norton security software for your hardware for your for your phone for your mac or your computer your pc when you when you sign up that protects your devices from outwear ransomware and that kind of thing too if you haven't.
Microsoft releases its first Linux product
"Has bridge to more permanent housing options the temporary shelters are intended to cut down on the ad hoc and campaigns that have sprung up around the city voters passed a bond measure to spend one point two billion dollars for supportive housing for the homeless over the next ten years but garcetti said quote homeless angelenos can't wait ten years to get off the streets homelessness in los angeles has risen forty nine percents since garcetti took office five years ago the democratic mayor is believed to be considering a run for the white house with recent trips to iowa and new hampshire i knew jaffe npr news software giant microsoft is doing an aboutface adopting the software of a former rival to improve the security of computing devices the company says it will use software based on the lennox operating system not its own windows operating system for new security features to protect internet connected consumer devices microsoft president brand smith says the threat was demonstrated by two thousand sixteen button at attack that took down large chunks of the internet by hijacking routers webcams and other connected devices on wall street monday the dow was up two hundred twelve points the nasdaq gained forty nine i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include lifelock lifelock with norton works to help protect identities and the information on devices from cybercriminals learn more at lifelock dot com and the kresge foundation ed kresge dot.
Israeli military confirms it hit Syrian nuclear site in 2007
"Of officer involved shootings and other use of force incidence la police chief charlie beck says the public won't have to rely on the sometimes conflicting accounts from police and witnesses hundreds and hundreds of millions of hours of video and as we get through that we learn more more other evidence will also be available such as recordings of nine one one calls witness statements photos from the scene and the coroner's report but skeptics worry that videos of violent confrontations could inflame tensions between the public and the police for npr news i'm danielle carson in pasadena california israel's military says it carried out an air strike in syria in two thousand seven israel says into story to nuclear reactor syria was secretly building it's been believed that israel was responsible for the bombing this is the first time the israeli military has admitted it i'm korva coleman npr news support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include lifelock lifelock with norton works to help protect identities and the information on devices from cybercriminals learn more at lifelock dot com and the kresge foundation ed kresge dot org imagine playing a video game.
Executive, dave franklin and baltimore discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest
"Believe god is our director and so i love wrote that comment to say listen our job is one or two things we have to prepare for what could happen and then also hinder our response because so often where we miss it is how we respond to what happens in life you know and we allow anger frustration bitterness depression to be a response when it's like listen things that happened to us aren't always in our control right oh god is the director why he allow certain things into the scenes of our movie i don't necessarily no i'm not dad but i can manage my response to what may happen whether good or bad so that's where the concept cain
"lifelock" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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