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"lauren glenn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"lauren glenn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It is a truism of economics that the thing that bite you often isn't what you think is going to bite you. It's the thing you don't see coming the unintended consequence to that end. The new report out from the Peterson institute for international economics on the US China trade war, of course, China has indeed raise tariffs on American products Peterson points out, but at the same time tariffs on those same kinds of products but made not here have been lowered. Marketplace's revenge gets going with one hand. China is closing the door to US products with the other. It is opening the door to US competitors in the rest of the world. Chad bound with the Peterson institute. So if you're Canadian or Japanese or German, and you want to sell your product into China, there's a really good chance you now face a lower tariff than you did a year ago, and it's a much lower tariff. Of course. Than what the equivalent American would have to pay Chinese tariffs on US products have increased to forty two percent on average. Everyone else just pays nineteen percent on average says bound, but lowering tariffs on the rest of the world is not just about retaliation against the US. This broader trend has been underway for quite some time. Lauren Glenn is with the rhodium group. China's economy has been slowing for internal reasons financial system reforms that were tough filled swallow improving access to cheap. Foreign goods helps the Chinese economy cope with both the slowdown and the trade conflict in this context. Makes sense to do whatever you can whatever China's reasons the consequence is simple disruption. This is just going to lead to a broader decoupling of supply chain to new in China Maria. Heller is with the Albright Stonebridge group as the US and Chinese economies disentangle accelerated by different levels of tariffs. It will be difficult for some US and Chinese companies to adapt. Some case. Are already on display the American lobster industry lost seventy percent of its exports when Chinese tariffs went up the competing Canadian lobster industry's exports doubled, as Chinese tariffs for them went down in New York. I'm revenge. Sure for marketplace. So here's a real estate term that will strike fear into the hearts of those who remember the run-up to the housing crash house flipping remember that it's in the program today, because the big investment firm, K, K R is doubling its investment in a company that buys loans that are made to those who flip all told KKR's pitching in a half a billion dollars. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer explains. What's going on there for one? There are still lots of fixer uppers that are ripe for flipping and with home prices. So high there's a lot of money to be made buying the fixer upper, we having it and selling for a profit can buy low and sell high Bridget brust own the space in company that real estate broker in Philadelphia about twenty percent. Of her business involves flipping and for her right now. It's going, well, it seems like it's a better time to flip than I've seen in the last five years breast says her company makes fifteen to twenty percent profit on its flipping deals the hottest markets for this says wirtten school real estate. Professor Susan Wachter cities, like Philadelphia with a lot of older houses, where there is job growth, rare talent is moving. So this isn't easy natural market for making money. In fact, about eleven percent of home sales in the last quarter of twenty eighteen were flips, according to court logic, that means they were bought and sold within two years. Core logic deputy chief economist Ralph McLaughlin says they're still risking flipping in fact flippers are losing money in some west coast cities where home price growth has been cut in half. He says in places like Seattle and San Jose. The sheriff flips that are losing money is approaching about the twenty two. Thirty percent. Mark McLaughlin, says corporations were behind more than forty percent of flip sales at the end of less fear, a record high, and they may have more of a financial cushion to whether downturns in the housing market. I'm Nancy Marshall genzer for marketplace. House flipping isn't the only business KKR has taken an interest in toys, R us, anyone Nabisco perhaps a brief look at the history of the very expensive deals that firm has been a part of lives at marketplace dot org. So there we were browsing. The MIT technology review this morning. As one does when we came across this a bunch of recent studies looking at the carbon emissions that artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency mining, even streaming music can put into the atmosphere think 'electricity generation on those training, typical artificial intelligence model, for instance, emits as much carbon as do five cars. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has that one. Let's start with bitcoin creating and managing the virtual currency requires a lot of computing power, which uses a loss of electricity, crystal at the technical university of Munich calculated how much CO two that leads to. It's twenty two megatonnes per year this level of emission compares to small nations. Like the countries of Jordan and three Lanka, just because your not a cryptocurrency nerd doesn't mean you're off the hook 'em Straubel at the university of Massachusetts. I'm host trains, the models that Powell voice assistance,.

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"lauren glenn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lauren glenn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Have you long everybody. It is a truism of economics that, that thing that bite you often isn't what you think is going to bite you. It's the thing you don't see coming the unintended consequence to that end. New report out from the Peterson institute for international economics on the US China trade war, of course, China has indeed raise tariffs on American products Peterson points out, but at the same time tariffs on those same kinds of products but made not here have been lowered. Marketplace's revenge short gets going with one hand. China is closing the door to US products with the other. It is opening the door to US competitors in the rest of the world. Chad bound with the Peterson institute. So if you're Canadian or Japanese or German, and you want to sell your product into China, there's a really good chance you now face a lower tariff than you did a year ago, and it's a much lower tariff. Of course. Then what the equivalent American would have to pay Chinese tariffs on US products have increased to forty two percent on average. Everyone else just pays nineteen percent on average says bound, but lowering tariffs on the rest of the world is not just about retaliation against the US. This broader trend has been underway for quite some time. Lauren Glenn is with the rhodium group. China's economy has been slowing for internal reasons financial system reforms that were tough pill swallow improving access to cheap. Foreign goods helps the Chinese economy cope with both the slowdown and the trade conflict in this context make sense to do whatever you can whatever China's reasons the consequence is simple disruption. This is just going to lead to broader decoupling of supply chain. New in China Maria. Heller is with the Albright Stonebridge group as the US and Chinese economies disentangle accelerated by different levels of tariffs. It will be difficult for some US and Chinese companies to adapt. Some case. Are already on display the American lobster industry lost seventy percent of its exports when Chinese tariffs went up the competing Canadian lobster industry's exports doubled Chinese tariffs for them went down in New York. I'm revenge. Sure for marketplace. So here's a real estate term that will strike fear into the hearts of those who remember the run up to the housing crash house flipping remember that it's in the program today, because the big investment firm, KTAR is doubling its investment, and it company that buys loans that are made to those who flip all told KKR's pitching in a half a billion dollars. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer explains. What's going on there for one? There are still lots of fixer uppers that are right for flipping and with home prices. So high there's a lot of money to be made buying the fixer upper, we having it, and selling for a profit can buy low and so high Bridget breast own the space in company that real estate broker in Philadelphia about twenty percent. Of her business involves splitting and for her right now. It's going, well, it seems like it's a better time to flip than I've seen in the last five years brust says her company makes fifteen to twenty percent profit on its flipping deals. The hottest markets for this says Warton school real estate. Professor Susan Wachter cities, like Philadelphia with a lot of older houses, where there is job growth, where talent is moving. So this isn't easy natural market for making money. In fact, about eleven percent of home sales in the last quarter of twenty eighteen were flips, according to court logic, that means they were bought and sold within two years. Cor logic deputy chief economist Ralph McLaughlin, says they're still risk and flipping in fact flippers are losing money in some west coast cities where home price growth has been cut in half. He says in places like Seattle and San Jose. The sheriff flips that are losing money is approaching about the twenty two. Thirty percent. Mark McLaughlin, says corporations were behind more than forty percent of flip sales at the end of last year, a record high, and they may have more of a financial cushion to whether downturns in the housing market. I'm Nancy Marshall genzer for marketplace. House flipping isn't the only business kick AR has taken an interest in toys, R us, anyone Nabisco perhaps a brief look at the history of the very expensive deals that firm has been a part of lives at marketplace dot org. So there we were browsing. The MIT technology review this morning. As one does when we came across this, a bunch of recent studies looking at the carbon emissions that artificial intelligence, crypto currency mining, even streaming music can put into the atmosphere think 'electricity generation on those training, typical artificial intelligence model, for instance, emits as much carbon as do five cars marketplace. Jack Stewart has that one. Let's start with bitcoin creating and managing the virtual currency requires a lot of computing power, which uses a loss of electricity, crystal at the technical university of Munich calculated how much CO two that leads to. It's twenty two megatonnes per year this level of mission compares to small nations. Like the countries of Jordan, and three Lanka, just because y'all not a cryptocurrency nut doesn't mean you're off the hook 'em Straubel at the university of Massachusetts. I'm host trains, the AI models that pow voice assistance like. Syrian alexa. She was surprised by the impact of the computer service. She uses the carbon footprint of the research and development of my most recent paper easily more than doubled.

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"lauren glenn" Discussed on Ohio Today radio

Ohio Today radio

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"lauren glenn" Discussed on Ohio Today radio

"Yeah. Practice as a verb means to perform an activity or exercise skill repeatedly or regularly in order to improve or maintain one's proficiency at colleges and universities to subsets of students which on the surface may seem like opposite kinds of people both practice as part of their daily existence their bodies and mental toughness are tested every day, and they engage in this challenging endeavor, despite the very strong likelihood that they will never reach the level of success. They seek maybe never even earn an income from it. So who are these two sets of practitioners of practice? The are student artists and student athletes. I hate and I need her happiness. And I think we often. Blowback she'll see all faces her meet senior Lauren Glenn an acting performance. Major. Any he weighs nearly as much as hordes. He weighs going for Justice. Sixty. And then we have. So we have eight guys. The first go five back next ten back and re rod a senior sports management major. But more importantly, a university baseball player and a highly ranked better he plays first base to they are spirited students optimistic positive putting countless hours practicing their techniques away from time spent in sanctioned rehearsals and team practices. They practice at home in Atkins students on campus, finding the character's voice in motivation and in the batting cage at the sports complex swinging. Baseball's happily doing it over and over again. They've got spunk. And they've got swing. Some might say there's an unspoken sense that student artists and student athletes are at their core two very different kinds of people with different someone say opposing worldviews yet when we asked Lauren and Rudy to talk about what practice means to them. We discovered they are more alike than they are different in so many ways, especially when it comes to their worldview three big ways in which they were similar jumped out to us. I'm Kelly respect in in this episode of Ohio today radio we reveal these three big ways in which Lauren and Rudy share commonalities. What is practiced for each of them? How is it defined? What happens in those inner sanctums where mistakes are made and learned I sat in on one of Lawrence, performance classes, the students were working on scenes assigned to them from the classic theater cannon think Shakespeare checkoff in the like students waiting to perform their scene setting chairs group to the side of the studios large open floor space and watch their studio mates perform their scenes. What's the first thing? You say about him what his sons. Marry me off when I was eighteen an OTs terrified. And I got nothing. Right. I just think of Nick. Criminals. Pacific. You were young. Everyone in Lawrence studio class practice or rehearse their seen throughout the semester. And then performance to theater faculty for the final you get casted in said role, and before you do present it in that rehearsal process as the actor. What your homework is. You're doing research on your character. You're reading the play you're going over you're seeing multiple times. And who is in that particular scene with your who's not if it's just you by yourself doing a monologue. You're also just really being as details. You possibly can with your homework setting. What's the season? Like, what are you wearing? How does your character react up until that moment of your scene? And then if you have a partner rehearsing, and you're just really getting a feel of just listening and respond to what your partner saying. And how that affects you as an actor and also as your character, and since it's is educational setting even in class or even in just the rehearsal process for a show your directors. Also, obviously, helping you along the way if you have. Troubles. Or what they see that you could further expand or explore pawn with your partner, even just you by yourself, and you know, after a while, you're still doing your homework outside of class or outside of the rehearsal room. Just being familiar with you're seeing and just fixing issues at the director has seen for you. And then in the end your piece, and that all together performing on the stage or in our case for our final performing it for our faculty members and whoever else wants to show up for schilling. Denis's house for a final peace. I meet Rudy outside the weight room at the university's football stadium at six o'clock on morning and late December during finals week the team was arriving to compete in. What's called the Bob cat challenge. It's where the baseball players organizing teams and compete against one. Another in physically taxing ways, including marathon push-up outs and sprinting races the players were wide awake that morning and very focused.

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"lauren glenn" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lauren glenn" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Then there were the rest which strategy analytics says included two hundred ninety four point four million others those numbers are weird perhaps these numbers will seem less weird mac daily news as figures from cantore will donald come tag and day to show iphone popularity according to the firm despite an apple earnings report that did not meet wall street's expectations for iphone sales the company continued to make year on year share gains across most markets except durbin china the biggest grower for i o s was great britain apples mobile operating system accounted for forty point four percent of smartphone sales they're up five point six percentage point you over year healthy growth was also seem in the states where i o s accounted for thirty eight point nine percent of smartphone sales arise of five point two percentage points numbers for china meanwhile sound like a bad had cats quoting cantor's release the first quarter of twenty seventeen produce the lowest iowa share in china since the second quarter of twenty four team with twelve point four percent of smartphone sales android continued to make year on year gained with eighty seven point two percent of smartphone sales said lauren glenn consumer inside director for kent our world donald come tech in a statement for iowa's this representing nine point one percentage point drop from the first quarter of twenty sixteen at the same time iphone seven remained the best selling device in urban shine them with three point eight percent of a market that has become increasingly fragmented.

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