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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | Last month

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's something where we will prepare. We're going to invest also going for 19 billion over the next few years to make sure that there is a car electric car for every consumer out there. This is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg green report sponsored by skechers. Apple will rely on an ambitious recycling plan to help it reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2030, former EPA head Lisa Jackson, now the vice president of environment at Apple, says most of the periodic table is used somewhere in the company's product line, but just 14 materials account for 90% of apple's products by weight, aluminum is a leading example, Jackson says Apple has tight specks on the kind of aluminum it uses because it wants its devices to be durable and recycled Apple devices are among the highest quality and lowest emission sources of aluminum, recycling eliminates mining, refining, and smelting processes that have carbon footprints, reusing materials also lets Apple avoid the human rights cost of using rare earth minerals from conflict zones on a separate note Jackson says Apple reached 100% renewable energy years ago. Now it's pressuring companies throughout its supply chain to do the same. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Mister favorite Bloomberg radio show, Bloomberg businessweek, masters in business, Bloomberg intelligence, and more are also available as podcasts. Listen today on Apple Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. This is a Bloomberg money minute. When was the last time you dialed four one one to get a phone number, or zero for an operator? It's probably been a while, and with that increasing irrelevance in mind, Bloomberg reporter Joe Constance says AT&T is ending their operator services and four one one for digital landlines come January 1st. And other major carriers have phased them out as well. Constance says there aren't many operators left these days. There's only 550 operators left, employed by the telecoms industry in the U.S.. Compare that to the mid 20th century when they were hundreds of thousands of operators handling long distance and emergency calls or giving out information. So what are callers hearing if they dial four one one? Well, it depends. When I started reporting this, it made me curious about what I would get and I got a recording. And it was not very helpful. AT&T's move affects about 3 million digital landline customers in 21 states. Larry kofsky, Bloomberg radio, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, Twitter is set to relaunch its subscription service tomorrow. Twitter blue will allow users to edit tweets, upload high quality videos, and their account will receive a blue checkmark symbol, Twitter, blue was originally rolled out in early November, but as you'll remember it was paused after users began impersonating famous people and brands. Now a revamped version will be available at $11 a month for iOS users and $8 a month for everybody else. Twitter hasn't explained why Apple users will be charged more, but they are reports it could be to offset fees from the Apple App Store. Saudi Arabia's gross domestic product expanded at an annual 8.8% in the third quarter, keeping the kingdom on track to be the fastest growing among the group of 20 economies this year. The final figure was slightly higher than a preliminary estimate of 8.6% due to further expansion in the non oil economy. That, according to data from the general authority for statistics today. All sectors showed positive annual growth, Saudi Arabia has previously said it anticipates its first budget surplus in nearly a decade. Going into the final weeks of the trading year, stocks have fallen on worries of recession as the Federal Reserve tightens the interest rates to reign in a further increase in the rate of inflation. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, though, says Tracy mcmillian had of global asset allocation strategy at Wells Fargo Bank. We think that next year what we're going to see is a fed that's continuing to tighten and that will eventually push us into a recession and then once we kind of get through the tightening cycle and we move into a recession, we think the fed will eventually have to start cutting probably by the end of next year markets will anticipate that and they should move higher by the end of next year. The final Federal Reserve policy setting meeting of the year is this week. We will know the decision by fed policymakers on Wednesday. Lawmakers want the FAA to update its evacuation standards to accommodate people with disabilities, different weights, children, and senior citizens. We get more about all that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Seat space on airplanes has been shrinking and according to a bill text obtained by Bloomberg government, legislation set to be introduced would require a final rule from the FAA, setting evacuation standards that take into account those conditions no later than 18 months after the measure is enacted. FAA regulations mandate passengers be able to leave an airplane within 90 seconds, but recent tests from the agency have been faulted for not including more diverse people. Charlie pellet, Bloomberg radio. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg television first in

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:11 min | Last month

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over the next few years to make sure that there is a car electric car for every consumer out there. This is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg green report sponsored by skechers, Apple will rely on an ambitious recycling plan to help it reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2030, former EPA head Lisa Jackson, now the vice president of environment at Apple, says most of the periodic table is used somewhere in the company's product line, but just 14 materials account for 90% of apple's products by weight, aluminum is a leading example, Jackson says Apple has tight specs on the kind of aluminum it uses because it wants its devices to be durable and recycled Apple devices are among the highest quality and lowest emission sources of aluminum, recycling eliminates mining, refining, and smelting processes that have carbon footprints, reusing materials also lets Apple avoid the human rights cost of using rare earth minerals from conflict zones on a separate note Jackson says Apple reached 100% renewable energy years ago now its pressuring companies throughout its supply chain to do the same. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg radio is where you are, if live business news and market headlines from anywhere. 24 hours a day. Via your mobile device. Listen to the iHeartRadio app. Tune in, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg dot com. This is a Bloomberg money minute. American automakers will see a recovery to 15 million units next year, but still below the 17.2 million average of a few years ago. So fewer units, but much higher transaction prices, which is better for the manufacturers. Kevin tainan is a senior auto analyst for Bloomberg intelligence, and he says that will mean higher selling prices. I think we look at it from the consumer's point of view that why can't I can't get a $25,000 Cooper sedan anymore? I'm all 40 to 45,000 small SUV or midsize SUV. And that's where the automaker wants us to live. That's orchestrated. That's not by accident. A shift to pick ups and SUVs has driven average transaction prices to $47,000. That is 37% above the 2016 record volume year, while household income is only increased by 10%. I'm Charlie Powell Bloomberg radio. Now this Bloomberg sports update, it turns out there really wasn't a whole lot of drama in the Heisman voting this year. It was an easy runaway win for USC quarterback Caleb Williams last year at this time a freshman backup at Oklahoma and this year, a Southern California Heisman Trophy winner. So he's 20 years old. He had a great season, obviously. He gets 544 first place votes TC use max dugan finishes second. Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud finishes third and Georgia stetson Bennett finishes in fourth place. So the Trojans get left out of the college football playoff but the consolation prize is that their quarterback Caleb Williams comes home with a Heisman Trophy from the ceremony in New York on Saturday. On the field, it was the army navy game for the first time. It went to overtime and army wins 20 to 17. So certainly an exciting game for the two service academies. Hockey on Saturday night, not so good for the islanders. They take a three zero shutout at home from Carolina they'll play at Boston on Tuesday. How about the nets they go on the road to Indiana. They have the big three sitting on the bench, no Durant, no Simmons, no Kyrie Irving. They get Kim Thomas with a career best 33 points, though, and they get a three point win, one 36 to one 33. They've won 7 of their last 8. Sunday football, the jets are on the road for a very important game in Buffalo against the bills. That's a 1 o'clock kick. The Giants, they get the Philadelphia Eagles saquon Barkley questionable with a neck injury, the G men are 7 four and one. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan gotta ski. This is a Bloomberg bunny minute. If you're looking for a Bitcoin ATM, good luck finding one. The number peaked at more than 34,000 in August, and then started dropping as the value of the cryptocurrency itself. Some people give up. Jose smiley's deli and bodega in New York City. September was the first time ever, more Bitcoin ATMs were removed than installed in the U.S. according to coin ATM radar and globally. The amount of money pumped through crypto ATMs is also plunged from almost $300 million about two years ago to only 230 million in October, according to researcher chain analysis. That's even as a number of Bitcoin machines worldwide tripled

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | Last month

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Going for €19 billion over the next few years to make sure that there is a car electric car for every consumer out there. This is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg green report sponsored by skechers. Apple will rely on an ambitious recycling plan to help it reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2030, former EPA head Lisa Jackson, now the vice president of environment at Apple says most of the periodic table is used somewhere in the company's product line, but just 14 materials account for 90% of apple's products by weight, aluminum is a leading example, Jackson says Apple has tight specs on the kind of aluminum it uses because it wants its devices to be durable and recycled Apple devices are among the highest quality and lowest emission sources of aluminum, recycling eliminates mining, refining, and smelting, processes that have carbon footprints, reusing materials also lets Apple avoid the human rights cost of using rare earth minerals from conflict zones, on a separate note Jackson says Apple reached 100% renewable energy years ago, now its pressuring companies throughout its supply chain to do the same. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg radio has now on Amazon Alexa, get live business news and market headlines 24 hours a day anywhere you have an Alexa device. Just say Alexa, play Bloomberg radio. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Will inflation take a bite from our appetite for ordering takeout, not according to the CEO of DoorDash. He sees that company sales continuing to rise, even though everything else he says is flat or shrinking, but food service industry consulting firm technomic is in so sure. Restaurant sales, especially in the last couple of months of really starting to flatten. Economics, David hanke. So you can't expect that delivery will be totally immune from an economic situation where prices are going up in consumers are cutting back. He says DoorDash and some of its competitors have been hedging their bets. They're expanding into pharmacy, grocery, convenience. He says that creates a larger delivery universe for consumers. There's more reason for the consumer to order from you and they can bundle things together. And Hank is thanks to companies may have done it just in time because of the latest technomic survey. We have some about third party delivery services specifically for restaurants and about a 36% of them said they're using third party less than they did three months ago. Joan doniger Bloomberg radio. Now this Bloomberg sports update the rangers defeat the defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado avalanche on the road two to one Igor Shah sirkin defeated his backup from last season, Alexander georgiev, Schuster and made 41 saves Georgia turned aside 28 to 29 shots. The rangers have now won four of their last 6. It was brain and Schneider the long ranger gold score in the second period and scored for Colorado in the first period. At the Prudential center Brock Nelson scored twice and count clutter buck added a goal and the assessed and the islanders defeated the devil 6 to four handing the devil and stressed their second regulation loss in 21 games. The islanders now 8 and two in their last ten visits to Newark, semi and var them off with 25 saves, Jack Hughes, a goal, and an assist for the Devils. Alex Ovechkin scored career gold 7 96 in the capital's four one win over Seattle. Generally as Randall scored 33 points RJ Barrett added 26, and the next defeated Charlotte one 21 one O two for their third straight win, Jalen Brunson had 11 points and 11 assists for the next, even their record at 13 and 13. Terry Rozier led Charlotte with 24, the hornets have now lost four in a row. Kevin Durant scored 34 points, Kyrie Irving 33 points and 11 rebounds and the nets finished a 7 game home stand at 6 and one defeating Atlanta one 20 to one 16. TJ Warren added 14 Ben Simmons return from a four game absence due to a cap stream with 6.7 rebound 6 assists as the nets are now one 9 of her last 12. The eagles looking to clinch a playoff spot when the team squares off against their divisional rivals, the Giants at the little lens this weekend, the Giants have not won a game in nearly a month, and trailed the cowboys by two games for second place. The builds eyeing a fourth straight win while the jets hope to gain ground on its AFC east rivals as both teams clash an Orchard park this weekend. But the Bloomberg sports update, I'm Tom Rogers. This is a Bloomberg money minute. General Motors is going all in on electric vehicles, GM CEO, Mary Barra. We'll have the capacity to be able to sell a million units in North America by 2025. Barra says the automaker will have EVs for every budget. We're going to have the products that are going to allow us to achieve that metric. And GM's driverless car unit is also moving forward with a vehicle called the origin and EV that has no manual controls, not even a steering wheel, it was designed with a single purpose in mind. Or ride share. GM is currently using Chevy bolts, retrofitted with self-driving systems to provide rides in one major city, and that program is about to expand. We're the only company that is operating in San Francisco by the end of the year, we'll have vehicles and Phoenix as well as Austin. Mara says autonomous driving systems are more advanced than many people realize. A lot of people think this technology is 5 or ten years away. It's here now. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Economics. Chairman Paul looks brilliant finance. It's the breaking news for you. A share sales. Investment. How much dynamism is there to the economic recovery? The Bloomberg surveillance podcast

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Time pretty sun down to your danu sitting in for Jim bohan and every year when this list comes out from the social security administration And then there are a couple of others that give you an update at one Baby center is one if you're curious about these where all these are it stuns me to see some of those and I gave you it just stuck with me all day Imagine naming your kid reef You know the kid's going to get are they going to kid him about reefer You can just imagine reef I know you know what's short For that you got to think to when your name and your kid look there's going to be some teasing with almost any name But you don't want to play into the most teasing possible with a particular name when you match up the last name with the first name The one that was the most curious ever I actually taught a Mona Lisa Jackson Female I remember and junior in high school So these lists the situation with these there are a lot of fun and the idea that the change in these names is amazing Pop culture influences it a lot more today That and you have Tucker Carlson tonight The big issue is okay Tulsi Gabbard on with them et cetera I'm not necessarily Tulsi Gabbard fan I support her military service Some of the other stuff is just being contrarian to be contrarian She's attractive She's beautiful I get it But calling Crenshaw an eyepatch McCain is a shot at McCain and shot at Crenshaw And again I don't agree with Crenshaw's position on intervention He's kind of a guy who's passed his time Americans have had it on this They're very suspect And I get it why What have we gained by This isn't World War II or anything else way back since the Korean War Americans have been what that would be over a 70 year period bearing these burdens With greater and greater sense of how damaging they have been to us Particularly the situations with Afghanistan et cetera let's go to Dave and Frederick Maryland I hear he has a story for me Hey Dave welcome to the Jim bohannon show Hi Hi Don how are you sir Very good Dave Good Thanks for taking the call You're welcome Real quickly my father in law came over from the old country from Italy When he was very young about France and of course the you know to work in the coal mine West Virginia like so many people were anyway his first year in school he spoke and said no concept of the English language You know just had no concept Right When you went to school the teacher was going around asking all the children what their name was And his name is Gabriel Do you need never heard of anybody named ja rule before And just didn't know quite how to handle it Anyway as she was working her way down to him the guy on a couple thousand tribes was named Gabriel So he liked that name and since there's only one and he knew that that was a name that at least Americans had heard What was his real name His real name was Gabriel Oh it was Okay All right Yeah hang up Hang on I got myself confused here What was named Dominick When it came to his turn teacher asking he says my name's Dominick I didn't say my name This is hold on Welcome and so all edges And so from that day on till the day died and the day his wife died from almost 8 almost 9 years later everybody called him Dominic Hey I'm great to hear another great Dominic Thanks for that story Dave Yeah you know with people we didn't even talk about that The Godfather right Godfather yeah godfather two Right Corleone That's where it comes from I mean I get a name there We're going to call you this The shortening of the names the americanization of thank God we don't have to go When I started and talk radio they were still taking on show business names And I was told under no circumstances and Philadelphia don't do that Dominic Giordano Come on In Philadelphia it was like 40% Italian at that point Why would you take a showbiz name Well some of the showbiz names have worked out pretty well versus the pedestrian names You know the best namers are The guys that run the worldwide wrestling Tremendous I'm told I had a friend that wrote for them for a while You walk into a room a bunch of guys look at you and go all right you are blank Based upon your look style and the whole thing Genius at it Other than that though what a story So he kept domnick Thank you for that All right final call is to wrap up this hour You get in at 8 6 6 50 Jimbo follow me on Twitter at DOM show 1210 I'm Giordano sitting in for.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:06 min | 9 months ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"My favorite hour of the Jimbo handing show as you know the witching hour midnight here on the east coast DOM Giordano from talk radio 1210 in Philadelphia sitting in for Jim tonight I'll be with you tomorrow night It just I like to throw into the mix something that is just fun after the heavy hitting stuff I wanted to throw one heavy thing in there for staying out Give you one of my favorite things of the year and I just got them today The social security administration periodically comes out with the most popular baby names And I find it fascinating some of the stuff that goes into people naming their male or female children You can still say that right male or female Okay Particularly I'm looking to start off with for a guy who believes and I love to hear these guys tell me Look I've had two kids I did not have naming rights Yeah I may have been a consultant But let's face it We know who has naming rights in this And we'll hear these guys calling on the bohannon show now I'm sure oh no no What was equal down the middle Not my wife How many guys do we have that want to say that What did you end up with All right so one other quick story I remember my second child Luke Giordano I was at another radio station other than talk radio 1210 This woman calls in and says that I will have another child with you if you name him Thor Giordano Just picture that name Thor Giordano You can run for president on that Now probably not I don't think that works okay You don't have the naming rights Do you believe that 8 6 6 50 Jimbo I'll give you in a moment the top 20 so far in 2022 Female and male names And when you hear this there's also the hottest trending names meaning you know they're not in the top list yet because they were almost unknown The article says that pop culture is a big source of stylish and sweet baby girl names but some of these are there's a lot of this stuff up taking a name that could be a male or a female A lot of parents are looking to strong women for meaningful baby girl names the strong woman type of thing And it's your name your destiny Now I'm in Philadelphia so Dominic Joseph Giordano is always served me well Philadelphia huge Italian population You know I often kid Dominic Guido jira Dana would have even been better But look at how people take a name and they turned it into something Like I don't think Rudolph joy Annie is a particularly appealing name but you make it Rudy Rudy and it works My wife went to school with a woman named carma lita lavelle And she called it lita lavelle much better huh I taught when I was still teaching our girl whose name was Mona Lisa Jackson You don't run into too many Mona Lisa I would say in your career right That's kind of an unusual name So has it served you well And if you're running to some weird combinations okay I'll give you the top 20 or so in these And it's amazing to me These are based upon 2022 2021 is kind of settle but we're into 2022 5 months in So I'll give you some of the most recent some of the rankings are still the same And I don't run into as many of these people as the rancors tell us Wanted to throw one thing in so I don't forget tonight Look I think Tucker Carlson is one of the smarter guys on TV And I agree with him on a number of things One of which is I could see the acrimony toward this $40 billion more spending toward Ukraine 11 Republican senators voted against it including Rand Paul and others Tucker Carlson makes the point constantly why are we there I think he goes overboard on this We talked about it previously when I sat in for Jim But he particularly goes overboard with it and I get it America we've come to a point some of it Trump related some of it just because we're tired of all the spending and certainly all the bloodshed blood and treasure of American men and women in all these endless wars okay I get that And we're fearful of Ukraine I'm fearful of some of these people that think you can have a no fly zone and all that stuff You can't without engaging in combat with the Russians But I am a fan and at times I differ with Dan Crenshaw I met Dan Crenshaw once I happened to be invited with four other talk show hosts into the Trump White House And it was right around the time a people pushing Trump not just to bomb Syria but to either keep or send more American forces in there And we were wrapping up with president Trump the 5 talk show host when a parade of about ten or 12 congressmen came in who were lobbying Trump to do more in Syria more commitment more long-term et cetera and America clearly didn't want to do that Crenshaw was one of the people And I was just in awe Seeing him up close you know the story and it's not just one eye the other eye is not so good either from his war injury of being blown up Well tonight Tucker Carlson called him and I patch McCain.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Loop ventures principal gene Munster says Apple products are easier to get these days than they were a couple of months ago. He also says that's going to change after next week's peak performance. There's a lot going on in the world so you might not have heard. Apple is holding a socially distanced product event next Tuesday, the 8th of March. The announcement for the event included the word peak performance items expected include a 5G enabled iPhone SE, an updated iPad air and maybe something or some things in an Apple silicon Mac. That is a decent amount of stuff. And it may take a while to get. Apple's redo run part of a post from mister Munster, he says supply of Apple product has improved two times since January 23rd. According to the analyst, the improvement is in line with his firm's expectations and in line with apple's guidance. And it's about to get racked. Munster says new products will be released in the next month and will result in supply headwinds spilling into the June quarter. In fairness though, the June quarter does start in less than a month. As for where a current hardware stands, availability for iPhone 13 shows the same day availability for Apple watch shows the same day the wait for a new MacBook Pro stands at 7 days down from 24 days at the end of January, and iPads still require a lot of patience. The average wait for one of those is 29 days, not great, though it is down from the 44 day track by loop ventures. At the end of January. News of a new entrepreneur camp underway from Apple, 9 to 5 max as Apple this week launched its inaugural entrepreneur camp for Hispanic and Latin founders. According to the piece, the company invited leaders and developers from 9 app companies from the U.S., Brazil, Guatemala, and Portugal, to build the next generation of cutting edge apps. What's weird is that sort of seems like they've done that already. Apps represented include kuka catch from Brazil and kantos from the U.S. flew from Brazil, gamma fighter from the U.S., memorial from Brazil, sing from Brazil and Portugal, tryp a 5 from Brazil, wake out from Guatemala and the U.S. and yoga wake up from the U.S.. Memorial is the only one that is not in the App Store already according to the report. Of course, the entrepreneur camps aren't developer camps. Their entrepreneur camps to right there in the name. Entrepreneur camps are less about making apps than making apps successful. So it makes sense the apps are already out there. Speaking of the oncoming crew, Lisa Jackson, apple's BP of environment, policy, and social initiatives was quoted as saying, we are excited to bolster the impact of entrepreneur camp with the addition of this new cohort for Latin technologists, it's an honor to support these founders and developers on their journeys as they build amazing apps that connect inform and inspire us. And finally today, the last days of Ptolemy gray premieres next week and Apple TV plus is posted a first look at the Samuel L. Jackson series. I'm more, says the Cupertino streamer put up a video taking viewers behind the scenes of the upcoming show. When the show was first announced, a piece from deadline described it saying Ptolemy gray is a 91 year old man forgotten by his family by his friends, by even himself. On the brink of sinking even deeper into a lonely dementia, Ptolemy experiences a seismic shift when he's given the tremendous opportunity to briefly regain his memories and uses this precious and fleeting lucidity to solve his nephew's death. And come to terms with his past. All of that is one week in your future, the last days of Ptolemy gray premieres next Friday, the 11th of March on Apple TV plus, you can catch a trailer for the show and dive deeper with the first look now..

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Welcome to the tech name right home for Tuesday December 7th, 2021, I'm Brian McCullough today, the information has a story about a secret deal, Apple struck that really solidifies Tim Cook as the China whisperer Intel proves itself to be in a student investor. As it weighs a public spin off of mobile eye, European tech startups raise all time record amounts, quantifying this year's emerging NFT market, and the first ever marketable quantum computing product, here's what you missed today in the world of tech. This is interesting. The information is reporting on a secret deal between Tim Cook and the government of China brokered back in 2016, which allegedly paved the way for apple's success in that country by promising to help China develop its economy. Quoting extensively from the peace. Apple's iPhone recently became the top selling smartphone in China, its second biggest market after the U.S. for the first time in 6 years. But the company owes much of that success to CEO Tim Cook, who laid the foundation years ago by secretly signing an agreement estimated to be worth more than $275 billion with Chinese officials promising Apple would do its part to develop China's economy and technological prowess through investments, business deals and worker training. Cook forged the 5 year agreement which hasn't been previously reported during the first of a series of in person visits he made to the country in 2016 to quash a sudden burst of regulatory actions against apple's business according to internal Apple documents viewed by the information. Before the meetings, Apple executives were scrambling to salvage the company's relationship with Chinese officials who believed the company wasn't contributing enough to the local economy, the documents show. Amid the government crackdown and the bad publicity that went along with it, iPhone sales plummeted. Throughout that pivotal year, cook, who was the architect of apple's supply chain in China, personally, lobbied officials over threats that would have hobbled the company's devices and services, including Apple Pay iCloud and the App Store the documents show. He often succeeded and his previously unreported interventions, along with the multi-billion dollar agreement he signed with a powerful Chinese government agency, paved the way for apple's unparalleled success in the country. The revelations also suggest apple's dependence on cook for government affairs could present risks down the road if he were to step down as apple's CEO. The cornerstone of cook's strategy was a memorandum of understanding between Apple and the national development and reform commission, China's powerful economic planning agency. The 1250 word agreement was originally conceived by apple's government affairs team in China as a way to improve relations with Beijing and win an audience with senior leaders according to a person familiar with the agreement. Face to face meetings with top Chinese officials became a priority for Apple brass after regulators shut down iTunes books and movies in April 2016 the person said to mollify authorities cook in May announced an unprecedented $1 billion investment in Dede global, then China's most valuable startup giving DD an edge in its grueling ride hailing war against U.S. based Uber. 5 days later in Beijing cook along with chief operating officer Jeff Williams and government affairs head Lisa Jackson met publicly with senior government officials at the country's secretive leadership compound. Neither side disclosed details of the visit, but they were there, in part to sign the economic deal, which committed Apple to roughly a dozen causes favored by China. They included a.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Of course you can catch the great pumpkin year round on apple. Tv plus along with a charlie brown thanksgiving a charlie brown christmas happy new year charlie brown and others. What's that you have never heard of happy new year. Charlie brown neither. Did i until i went looking for the others. I will say though it will go nicely with the new new year's eve peanut special that apple is producing deadline has word of for old lang sign a production from wild brain studios that part of apples peanuts package regarding the new special deadline says after the peanuts gang experience. A disappointing christmas. Because grandma can't visit lucy resolves to throw herself the best new year's eve party adver while charlie brown struggles to accomplish just one of his resolutions before the clock strikes twelve the special will debut on december tenth according to the report. Kudos for a couple of apple exacts nine to five mac says apple senior. Vp of retail. Plus people deirdre o'brien and apple. Vp environment policy and social initiatives. Lisa jackson have both climbed on fortunes list of the fifty. Most powerful women in o'brien's move from twenty nine th on the list last year to twenty seven this year. Fortune highlights her efforts on apple's returned to work plans and her in-store changes focusing on quick pick-up areas and fostering young creatives and jackson's move from thirty five to thirty three on the list. Fortune highlights pushes to reduce apples packaging as well as the two hundred million dollar restore fund. She took charge of in april. You can read a little more about both and check out the full list on the fortune site and finally today the web will be papered today with remembrances of apple co founder and former ceo. Steve jobs it was ten years ago today. One day after the announcement of iphone four s. The jobs passed away due to pancreatic cancer former apple. Chief design officer john. The i wrote a piece about jobs published yesterday by the wall street journal which i have not yet read might read that today along with what i'm sure. We'll be countless articles about the force. The man was in the hold that he laughed just before i came into record. I checked apple's website that has been turned over to a short film called celebrating steve as well as a statement from jobs family even at under three minutes. The film is inspiring the words family. Or sweet. I encourage you the head. The apple dot com. Check both out today. Jobs died on a wednesday. The day i used to produce mac. Os can live ten years ago. Tonight we got together the way we normally did for a show. That was anything but normal. I haven't listened to it since that night. But it is still out there. As is the mac os. Ken from the next day. That is filled with post after post from people marking jobs passing from then president obama to other silicon valley exacts to a statement from apple and from jobs zone family. I have only listened to part of that. Since that day i would imagine. They sound rough but they are also what happened when it happened if you would like to hear them. I've got links to both of those shows up at mac. os. Ken dot com in the menu. Look for the heading. Remembering steve.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Think next week's if you have devon questions let us know and we'll put it in the outline but suffice it to say. I spent a lot of time on this one. And not only did i get it for beginners. I did for advanced users are six interviews with users as well in it so there's a lot of content and i'm really proud of i feel like the production values. I really been trying to make an effort to do notch production values on these things and got people. I've hired to help me out with some of the stuff and anyway it's done and it's out in if you're interested in getting better devon thank please go check it out at learn. Dot max sparky dot com. Yeah i feel like we've been talking about it for a really long time. I mean i don't even know how long it was. You know rolling around in your mind before he shared it with me but it is fantastic. And i'm looking forward to talking through it. next time. Devon thinks a big app one of the nice things with this is I wanted to have sampled data. Because i feel like to really understand devon thank. You need to have a a lot of data to throw at it. And i couldn't use like my client database. Or something that my buddy hackett gave me two gigabytes of data out of his devon think apple history library. And i've got a dropbox link in the the so you can download it and use the same data. I thought i wanted to thank you for doing to. Yeah yeah you bet all right more power users today because it was an apple event week. I thought it'd be fun to talk about some of our favorite apple events and we are going to take off the table going in the iphone event. Because that's too easy the earlier. The original yeah. That's the automatic winner. So yeah exactly so so more more power users. Today we got. We got some fun to talk about on prior apple vince. But this week baby. We had our own new apple event featuring my home state california. Yeah i found it really interesting. And i really really enjoyed it. You know. we've seen now. Probably half a dozen apple events in in this pandemic era and tim cook's on stage and then someone else's like walking through a beautiful fielded apple park. Lisa jackson was on the roof at one point which was a little concerning. Yeah but this time there were still some of that. But we also saw people like hindrance in san diego At this beautiful venue and other people in different parts of california. I think Jeff williams was like on a cliff somewhere. You know talking about the apple watch and it was. I thought it was really cool. Yeah me too. I know i'm weird about that. The kc lists on twitter said that california people are like texas people. They're like really proud of their state. And i absolutely agree. The older get the more. I love being in california. And you know. I grew up with surfing and boogie boarding and taking advantage of the local mountains. So i i just i loved my state and i was really glad to see some of the pieces of featured i know it seems like that was kind of like not the popular opinion. A lot of folks in the tech world. Where like come on. We don't care about california. Goes new phone right but For someone like me. It was actually quite enjoyable to see all those locations. The shot that really blew my mind. Was tim cook. Walking out of the desert. I guess he was at josh. Witchery looked like yeah and he stepped out of the desert like onto the stage of the steve. Jobs theater in the desert is revealed as the background. I was like yeah. I see you. Graphics person I really i enjoyed it. I mean you know. I spend a week or two in california a year. At least i used to. And i've always really loved. It was specially once. You're outside of san francisco itself you know. I've gotten to see more parts of california over the years. And i thought i just thought it was fun. I thought it was different. You know we've seen so much of apple park. And i think it was a nice way for this event to feel different from its predecessors. Yeah and i honestly. I think there wasn't much more it than that that you know. It's like okay. We gotta do another video event. How many times can we fly the drone around the campus so they decided to to go statewide and that's cool But i You know i kind of liked it. But that's kind of a passing point In general of course the production values are amazing. Apple has really nailed this format of these recorded video things. And i don't know i don't know what happens next like went. Once we get past cova how are they going to go back to the thing where you go on stage and wait for the guy to come out and give you the the aarp demo. I'm not sure. I really liked the pacing of these events. This this whole event was an hour and fifteen minutes. They covered a bunch of stuff. Like we're gonna go through in the show and there was really hardly any fluff in the whole thing and i I i'm very curious. You know what happens when things get better and they can use that. Fancy steve jobs theater are they just going to go to that. And this'll be something that happened in never happens again. Yeah you know they have. They also have that outdoor venue. They've got that theater with the rainbow built over it and have used that in the event videos in my mind that's going to be like the inbetween near the translation. Right okay. we can have some people safely here at all. Be outside and then you know. Maybe they ended up back in the steve jobs theater. Eventually which is a beautiful venue from everything i've seen of it. Yeah and so. I don't know it's it's an interesting question. I don't think they may not. I think they're just kind of trying to do the best. They can given the current limitations. Yeah i wonder like in terms of time spent for the executives takes more time the time to prep and do a live event or the time to go out and shoot like the pre canned video. There's part of me that thinks that apple is there such control freaks about their messaging that you know the pre canned video is really going can be really hard not to to to step away from because they know exactly what's going to happen. You never going to have the event where steve had to complain about. Everybody turning off their their their wifi devices right. Yeah yeah yeah. No snafus know if there's a demo failure you know let's go. We'll just we'll at literally edit it out and if it's live in front of the whole world. You can't really do that but either way nice. It was a nice event overall and they went straight into the meat of it. The first thing we got to hear about is a tv plus apple tv. Plus you have a message here in the outline. Tim cook is he a good media. Ceo i think he is. I mean i would say that sitting here today apple. Tv plus is way more impressive than i thought it would be when it was announced a few years ago and you know they had this sort of initial tries before it was sort of apple. Tv plus like the planet of the apps and then a couple other little projects that we were just really pretty bad. But i think overall the caliber of what's on apple. Tv plus is really pretty good. And there's a lot of that. I haven't seen Mostly seen sort of the big name stuff. But i think even off the beaten path or some really interesting things and i think they're definitely leaning really hard into it. I mean there was a story just the other day about how the ted lasso gang got a big race. Because it's doing so well and Tim mentioned you know. We have one hundred and thirty wins and five hundred nominations in two years and ted lassos like a record for a streaming show and you know i think overall has been very highly reviewed and i just. I'm i'm surprised by that to be perfectly honest with you. I think i think they're doing a really good job at it. Yeah well. I mean we We watch disney plus in our house more..

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast

The Conscious Action Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast

"Have you ever wondered whether the problems in the world. Today would exist if we had deeper connection to ourselves others and the environment and acted from that place. Welcome to contraception with your host. Brian burn amount and kayla brindell. Who believed that connection is the key to taking conscious action as individuals in creating a better world. We're here to raise awareness and inspire meaningful action by sharing stories knowledge and conversations with thought leaders and change makers from sustainability to well being and everything related to conscious leaving. Our mission is to empower you. Do we did change that. You want to see in the work. Come everyone to a near the conscious action. Podcast i'm ryan berlin your host and have the pleasure for episode rich joined by a very good friend melissa. So lisa jackson. Thank you so much for being here so much for taking the time to join me and i look i want to say i love you. Love working with Onside love coming. Your friend love your your gifts but your share with people in your. Because i'm sure that people have that addition thing i know who you are this introduce yourself. This meghan shoda. Brian thank you. Thanks for having me here in. Yes such a pleasure to have another conversation with you have another quoted oil in yelich. It's it's so awesome. Thank gosh we've been friends for. I think four years now and it is yet. It's just such a pleasure always to to chat and love everything you do as well conscious action. All of your creations and yeah. I'm a big fan as so it is my pleasure to be here. So hello everybody. I megan and i am excited to be here and talk to have this conversation around energy. A an art and anchoring all bad in our lives here on earth in our relationship with ears so the simple version of who i am is i create spiritual paintings made from natural pigments made from handmade paint and it is inspired by the universe and the four elements. So that's what i love to create. And i see these paintings as mirrors of universes within us and to me these works. This practice is incredibly healing and joyful and fulfilling for me so that's the simple version. And i also do. Energy irksome also energy healer and a sound healer and creativity guide for impacts highly sensitive Intuitive creatives and searching me energy in arch are intertwined. They are two aspects of this path. That i'm on like that are just connected. And while i do energy and sound healing a believe in this lifetime that my main concert of healing is art in that something i love to share and i'm the creator of dreams of source and it is a visionary space a container for creative pads to come home to themselves and their creativity amidst the noise in the overall of this modern world. So that's who. Megan is. Or at least what i do at this moment in time and what i love to offer and what else in terms of who. I am always such an interesting question. Who are you. I suppose these are the things i do in. These are things. I'm really interested in and you know and i think it's tied to another aspect of myself. Another facet of myself which is being an impasse in being intuitive. And that's something bats and being creative as well those those things. Those things have informed my my work and it was part of my life path for a long time and so i think the things that i often share come from many years of learning a journey of healing and in this moment in time now i hope to share the tools that has worked for me for many many years in the past not to tell people what to do necessarily but to just create container so that people will find the path within them as well this right for them so that they can create what they've been born or what they're called by their soul to create and share in in this lifetime and so touching on being an impact in highly sensitive i think for for those who may not be familiar with the term an impasse is someone who easily feels the energy and emotions of people play situations and i think we are all intuitive when we when it comes down to it at our very core and we are all created when it comes down twitter at our very core but these sensibilities exist in a spectrum. And so when. I say empathic secretive. I just mean that it. Not from an exclusive sense. It's not their creative people creative people it's more around where you exist in the spectrum where you exist in terms of what you're interested in so for example there are people who love sports are who love you know logical things in science and so when i talk about empathic creatives just need people who have strong poll to birth creations and who are high in the empathic spectrum of experience where to the point that especially when we are in our early years it will. It could be debilitating. You know being highly sensitive absorbing everything without realizing what's happening or being overwhelmed with the stimuli around here so that has been my experience on life.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Today. Have you noticed how. Heavy apple news and tech news of gotten lately with the regulatory stop and the cries of apple scanning our phones and the seemingly endless parade of lawsuits. We've got a lot of those stories today but let's start with something fun. It looks like apple is getting ready for its next media event. I know that seems like a given given the time of year. But there's actually a sign of activity. Apple insider says the sign comes in the form of an updated twitter profile lisa jackson apple. Vp of environment policy and social initiatives changed her profile pic on the service. According to the piece the setting for jackson's impromptu images of a sad that regularly appears in apple event presentations consisting of a circular room with concentric circles in the ceiling. The white space is number of cases on wheels. That type typically used a house broadcast or concert equipment alongside lights and other gear. Apple insider reads the image as a tease that recording. The september event has happened. I mean it's not like we didn't know that that was going to happen with signs of a fourth wave of kobe. Nineteen swelling around us. You kind of knew the tech press would not be getting physical invitations that said it is neat to see production underway now based on nothing except the glance at the calendar. I'm thinking we can expect the powers that be to push play on the event. Either tuesday the seventh of september or tuesday the fourteenth with orders for iphones and other devices kicking off on friday the tenth or friday the seventeenth. Maybe it plays on tuesday. The twenty first of september with orders on friday the twenty four th but i think they would want a week or two of iphone sales for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year and the fiscal year ends on the twenty fifth of september. And please let me add body body body. More regulatory storm clouds loom for big tech. Baron says they'll pass the report noted to things that happened in late july alphabet amazon apple. Facebook and microsoft ole crushed june-quarter expectations. And they all saw sell offs alphabet not included according to baron's negative reaction reflects the paradox surrounding america's big tech complex. Their products are being used more than ever just as the companies have become increasingly disliked regulators and lawmakers cheered on by a bipartisan mix of constituents or scrutinizing each business and threatening significant actions took her tail their power also according to baron's it won't last the five mega cap still have the best business models on the planet and their stocks look relatively cheap. Investors should own them all according to baron's even if the regulatory headwinds take awhile to abate. The peace says the five companies offer away to invest in the global economy's most important trends digital transformation and cloud computing and the future of communication entertainment commerce and work. It's worth noting as apple. Three dot o. Did all five stocks popped friday. After the barons take one story to watch. In russia apple insider says russian authorities have ordered both apple and google to remove the apnea volney from their respective app stores. That's the app for the anti corruption foundation or f. b. k. A nonprofit started by russian. Opposition leader alexei volney ten years ago according to a piece from the washington post navalny was poisoned on october twentieth. Twenty twenty after recovering in germany and the volney returned to russia this year and was imprisoned after which the authorities launched an unprecedented crackdown on the political movement. He has led since the late two thousands. The volney faces more than two years in prison and probably longer russian law enforcement open new criminal cases against him and his team this month part of that unprecedented crackdown apparently involved deeming navales epi k and extremist organization and dissolving it back in june now russian authorities. Say the no volney app which does carry on. The bbc as work is used to continue the activities of an extremist organization. No word on how apple and google intend to answer the order. Remember how excited people were to hear. That apple had settled its case with corallium. Well maybe hold the excitement if you don't remember who they are. Corallium creates virtual arm devices including iphones. That can run on regular computers. They're marketed to security researchers according to corallium and various reports couple of weeks ago a piece from the washington post at apple had sued corallium for copyright violation and violation of the digital millennium copyright. Act apples lawyers also said the chorale. Em's products were being sold to government agencies that could have used the software defined flaws in apple software. Then just like that. The case was settled. But not really. I mean i guess it was. What the posts at at the time. Was that the terms of the settlement. Were confidential though an email from the corallium sales team confirmed the company was still selling its virtual ios devices. All's well that ends well though it turns out this. One has not ended last week. Call to mac recipe saying that apple had appealed a copyright case at previously lost in an effort to take down the firm's iphone virtualization platform so the old case was settled but not an old score. The peace has apple's move was particularly surprising in light of the cupertino companies sees sam commitments. Apple has said that outside auditors would be able to check the claims apples made as part of its expanded protections for children early last week the cult says corallium announced a new initiative that will support independent verification of the security and privacy claims made by apple and other mobile device manufacturers news of the appeal prompted corallium. Ceo amanda gordon. To say enough is enough. Apple can't pretend to hold itself accountable to the security research community while simultaneously trying to make that research fight. Illegal apple does not seem to have commented on the appeal unless you count actually filing the appeal.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Leverage over china. And its r&d centers in china. Make apple maure chinese company than an american company it cannot share it's american values in china and is increasingly allowing the chinese to take over parts of apple's control. In china. there is a a professor doug guthrie. He was the departing deed of george washington university. Business school Who is hired by apple to help the company navigate china. I want to read you this for chinese authorities. This is no longer about. How much money are you poured into china. It's about what are you giving back. Mr guthrie delivered his warning to mr cooke topic Deputies including phil schiller longtime marketing g eddy cue the head of internal software and services. Lisa jackson the company's government affairs. Chief jeff williams. It's just operating chief. Who is widely viewed as mr cook's right hand man as mr guthrie was delivering his warning apple about keeping the chinese government. Happy part of that effort was new research and development centers in china but those are in dissenters complicated. Apple's image as a california company at a summit for its new chinese engineers and designers apple showed video that ended with a phrase that apple had been inscribed on the back of iphones for years designed by apple in california. The chinese employees were angered according to mr guthrie and another person in the room if the products were designed in california they shouted than what are they doing. in china. the statement was deeply offensive to them. They were just furious. Mr guthrie said who left apple in two thousand nineteen. The next iphone did not include the phrase tells you all you need to know about apple's problems in china. Hello there it. Is eric erickson here. Y'all speaking of china this. I actually find this kind of funny. A chinese safari park is sincerely. Sorry for not telling the public escape leopards were on the loose. This is from sky news. Ayso hari park in eastern china is facing criticism from concealing the escape of three of its leopards a week ago. Two of the animals from the hang zoos safari park have been captured but the third is still missing. According to the global times the safari park reported the missing leopards and alert of the public on saturday but villagers reported seeing the animals earliest. The first of may it's unclear how they managed to escape efforts to capture the last leopard. Were ongoing as of sunday night. Those searching for the animals reuse it equipment such as drones hunting dogs. The leopard was spotted by drone on sunday but fled when people attempted to approach it. The delay in announcing the escape sparked criticism from the park That it had put people at risk especially since the leopards at large were over. China's five day labor day holiday were hordes of tourists revisiting hangzou.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"I say to people say read my books i cringe or you know you walk into your doctor's. Oh i read that book. I'm like okay awesome. It's like you're you're sitting there like. I don't want the idea that you know who. I am outside. You mentioned that you were fan of thrillers. Before you started to write write these books were authored. Infancy that as a writer. Oh gosh you know one author that really influenced me Remain expenses sandra brown. She started in romance. And i had read this interview. She did where she talked about how she started in category romance and she wrote like eight of those little novels a year and that she gradually progress to right really successful thrillers and I think you know as you. I think for me watching an author as a not only. Are they talented. But as they transitioned in their career mature within it I admire that so much so she. She's definitely someone that i like. I'm lisa jackson was another person who did the same kind of thing so i really admire her. But i mean i. I just love thrillers. I targeted fisher. She started conroe. Nancy and wicked now. She's super successful and really loves her book. So there's a lot. There's so many view the tuscaloosa the result in aisles. And i hadn't realized she started in romance to before she started the thrillers of seems. Like it's a thing. Yeah roommates has a really really big genre for a long time. And so i think You know you kind of radiate. Maybe when you start writing to to something. That's really comfortable and familiar as well. 'cause amine romance is something we all know right. It's a it's called when you start reading thrillers many different aspects to it pasting and you know just all the different layers to it that you don't necessarily have a straight romance curious about your ready process. Do you like the outline. Or you see the pants typewriter. I love to write. See the pants but thrillers don't always allow that to happen and also like a like the poet brunson's was sold into walmart and target an outline so i was forced to run helen which i didn't stick to so And then to the same way so in some cases..

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"To immediately crackdown on fossil fuels and revoked the keystone Expel permit. Wow! First reserved their sexually excited Loving this, By the way, Canada's really pissed off about this. We had an agreement with them. She can. It has been screwing around. Ah, screw around with this forever because nobody would ever Agreed to the Keystone XL pipeline, which is the most efficient way and the safest way and the best way to be moving oil. It's been done through train, and many people said all that. So what's his name? Warren Buffett because he's hugely invested the railroads and he's been against this. He's been couching in an environment because he gets to transport the stuff by rail. That's probably the most dangerous way you could do it. It really is. So the pipeline would be the safest would be the best. And Canada's mad now because at one point they threatened. You know what? You guys don't want this stuff truck down in the US through this pipeline. We're just gonna build a pipeline across Canada going toward Through what you can and British Columbia. We're going right to the coast. Screw you. And then finally, Donald Trump came into office and said, No, no way. Well, we want to do this, He said. He permitted it. Biden's taking the permit and he's shredding it because he's shredding the Well, you could say that Donald Trump President Donald Trump Legacy shredding the Weaver thinking legacy. Yeah, happening right now, man, They're just getting warmed up. Nobody calls for DOJ to resume Obama era slush fund I mentioned this earlier this This is big. You know about this. These air payouts these air straight up payouts. Who left wing groups that have it's a gold mine. It's a gold mine. You may want to think about putting an application. You come up with some phony baloney. Stupid name That sounds like you're environmentally. Protective all that. And you told the federal government that I'm suing you because you are not saving this little bird over here. My backyard. This bird's in all my neighbors, backyards and all over the street, Internets. You're not saving them. Not saving them by shutting down this stream that runs to the neighborhood. It's just making things up. You get the point. And then the federal government's is what? Well what? We don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. We're gonna settle out of court. Wink wink, nod down. We know your group could use more promotion. They don't split Say that and your group could use some funding. So let us cut you a check for three million bucks. I want five. Okay, okay. All right. Just don't sue us, okay? Yeah. That's what this is all about. Fraudulent installed hack sock puppet. Joe Biden is looking to the Justice Department to reinstate a controversial Obama air practice. Ah, controversial. Obama era practice. Remember Lisa Jackson? Whatever happened to her? She had a male name, and she was using some man's name and email. Yes, he was all over the bush. Napolitano to remember Bush. Napolitano. Butch settled in man. And she got that sweetheart deal where she's like the president of University, California Man. It's good work if you can get it. Uh, anyway, the soon Sellem agreements where defendants paid outside groups instead of the government or victims. The Trump Administration. Stop these payments 2017. Azad outlined in the Justice Department manual that initially came from the memo. From then Attorney General failed the worst pick ever. Jeff sessions when the federal government and I got to give Jeffers do. He's the one who educated us on the transpacific partnership. Remember that he was screaming about that with his hair on fire. That's back when he was a senator. And heading, not done that we would know about that. So God bless him for that. Of course, we're gonna get back into it binds taking us back into it, But it lasted for four years when the federal government that we pulled out When the federal government settles a case against a corporate wrong door. Any settlement fund should go first the victims and then the American people not to bankroll third party, special interest groups or political friends. Of whoever is in power. Shouldn't be whomever you know This is Jeff Sessions. It's just statement. 2017 Congress took him took aim at the slush fund, which incentivized corporate payments. Toe left wing groups like Laura's to Wow, man, I'd love to have a list of people that got this dough. I remember in La Raza was getting it again. All they gotta do is say were soon and Earth first got to do Sierra Club Sirrah Club. I think it's still remodeling their kitchens with marble countertops on that door by and probably test list. The Obama administration. Toilets back up here. The rule is now part of several federal agency actions, some subject to review under Biden's upcoming executive order called Hang on. I got to get this right. The rule is now part of several federal agency action subject to review under Sock puppet. Biden's of Coming Executive Order called Protecting public health and the environment and restoring science to tackle the climate change crisis. Now. Let me say that again. This is the This is legit, actual real language in the title. This order is called. This is the title of your protecting public health and the environment and restoring science to tackle the climate crisis. That's right out of, uh, well Soviet Union didn't go this far. But they did all sorts of things like that. Was kid around about Minister of Wheat 1968. That's what this is. Comments are protecting public health and the environment and restoring science and tackle the climate of places. You know, I've got a title like that. Did you know that I do? Hang on. Say you know what? I'm gonna do this Let me move my my empty Starbuck Coffee Cup. I know their coms. I love the coffee. Hang out. I'm back here in my briefcase. Oh, man..

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on KOMO

"Size. Now. The headlines were following from the couple 24 7 News Center. Opening right now on Pennsylvania Avenue. President Biden is arriving at the White House walking hand in hand with his wife, Dr Jill Biden, as they approach the residents and behind them their Children and grandchildren. The vibe, the Biden family getting out of there a secure cars moments ago. Nobody really other than members of the military and a couple of cameras are along the parade route because of the high level of security. In Washington, D C right now the 46th president, calling his inauguration America's Day and Democracies Day. The vice president made history today. Kamila Harris taking office is the nation's first female vice president and the first African American and Asian person to hold the office more on Vice President Harris from a B C's Robin Roberts and we're joined now by three women who know Harris well and who were there with her during those formative years of Howard. Sorority sisters from Alfa Kappa Alfa. Jill Lewis is in Dallas. Good to see you again. Laurie Sather. Good to see you again in Atlanta and good to see you for the first time. Lisa Jackson there. In Houston. Let's get right to it. You all had a chance to speak. With Kamila Harris two days ago on a zoom call during your sororities, Founder's Day celebration. So, Laurie, what was that conversation like? Oh, Robin, that conversation was magical. It included our entire line, including Madam Vice President elect and what I remember about that conversation that she shared was that We are her center. And that was so special that she said that because we all feel that same way about each other, and that truly describes our bond. And so that was something that I definitely remember. We had a lot of conversation and a lot of fun, but that was certainly One of my key takeaways, and I hope a lot of laughter and smiles. Jill, What is your hope for your sorority sister as she embarks on this journey is our country's next vice president. She set out on this journey to have an impact on people and to make people's lives better, and my hope is that she will be able to have that impact. Lisa. What qualities does she bring? That will make her I'd effective vice President. Honestly, Robin, I think her genuine is her authenticity She has been for the people is for the people. And it's amazing that America gets to see that in her it is Laurie. You're Associate vice president at Clark Atlanta University. So for historically black colleges and universities, just let people know what is the impact of this moment. This moment is so important, Robin. Historically, black colleges and universities are finally getting the respect and recognition they so richly deserve. Since their inception, These institutions have produced trail blazers and difference makers throughout history. This moment, Robin amplifies the academic excellence of HBC used in this moment further tracks. Yeah. Students to historically black colleges and universities. We know that, um These institutions have produced graduates that have been an industry at every level and the accomplishments of madam vice president elect on Lee amplify. The Hbcu standard. Yes, indeed. So tell anybody I see all wearing your pearls told people what? Why? Why? Why do you have your pearls on? Kill Pearl's symbolize our founders and pearls symbolize the elegance of women but also pearls or forge in oysters and oysters come from Irritation. They come from challenge and so they represent resilience. And that's who we are as out, psychopath. Lumen Joe. Lorrie Lisa, thank you so much. It does the oldest historically black sorority. Was found it there at Howard. My mother was a K A. My father was cute Dog. That's another story for another day. Baby sees Robin Roberts couple news time 12 15, and it's time for a propel insurance.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Tom Cutler With these stories. We're following President Biden promising to help lead the nation ahead and be a president of all Americans during his inaugural speech. Last hour, Biden said the country was tested by the mob that attacked the capital two weeks ago. And we have to come out of it stronger. Kamila Harris, officially the first female vice president in the country's history, her career kicked off almost 20 years ago in California after she was elected district attorney in San Francisco. And also of course, we get a little more on her background from ABC is Robin Roberts now and we're joined now by three women who know Harris well and who were there with her during those formative years of Howard, her sorority sisters from Alfa Kappa Alpha. Gail Lewis is in Dallas. Good to see you again. Lori sat there. Good to see you again. Atlanta and good to see you for the first time. Lisa Jackson there in Houston. Let's get right to it. You all had a chance to speak with Kamila Harris two days ago on a zoom call during your sororities, Founder's Day celebration. So, Laurie, what was that conversation like? Oh, Robin, that conversation was magical. It included our entire line, including Madam Vice President elect and what I remember about that conversation that she shared was that We are her center. And that was so special that she said that because we all feel that same way about each other, and that truly describes our bond. And so that was something that I definitely remember. We had a lot of conversation and a lot of fun, but that was certainly One of my key takeaways, and I hope a lot of laughter and smiles. Jill, What is your hope for your sorority sister as she embarks on this journey is our country's next vice president. She set out on this journey to have an impact on people and to make people's lives better, and my hope is that she will be able to have that impact. Lisa, what qualities she bring that will make her I'd effective vice president. Honestly, Robin, I think her genuine is her authenticity. Um, she has been for the people is for the people, and it's amazing that America gets to see that in her. It is Laurie You're an associate vice president at Clark Atlanta University. So four. Historically black colleges and universities just let people know what is the impact of this moment. This moment. It's so important Robin. Historically, black colleges and universities are finally getting the respect and recognition they so richly deserve. Since their inception, These institutions have produced trail blazers and difference makers throughout history. This moment, Robin amplifies the academic excellence of HBC used in this moment further tracks. Yeah. Students to historically black colleges and universities. We know that, um These institutions have produced graduates that have been an industry at every level and the accomplishments of madam vice president elect on Lee amplified The Hbcu standard. Yes, indeed. So tell me, buddy. I see all wearing your pearls told people what? Why? Why? Why do you have your pearls on? Kill Pearl's symbolize our founders and pearls symbolized the elegance of women but also pearls or forge in oysters and oysters come from Irritation. They come from challenge and so they represent resilience. And that's who we are without the cap. Affluent Joe Lorrie Lisa, thank you so much it does. The oldest historically black sorority was founded there. At Howard. My mother was a K A. My father was cute Dog. That's another story for another day, maybe sees Robin Roberts come on news time to 19. Italian police say they have recovered a painting believed to be a copy. Leonardo DaVinci Salvator Monday in Naples. We say the keeper of the painting, a priest at the church in Naples, was not aware it had been taken away or stolen. They found the missing picture in an apartment on the owner who was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen goods, told the police. He bought it at a flea market. Leonardo's original Salvator Monday was sold for more than $450 million at a Christie's auction in 2017. The copy is believed To be from the early 16th century made by Leonardo's people's, according to a No to the back of the painting. I'm Charles Mahoney News.

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"lisa jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Here in the Chick fil a Peach Bowl. Great to have you with us. It's the 24th consecutive bowl appearance for the University of Georgia, so the Bulldogs actually have the longest active streak in America. Appearing in bulls and a fight on their hands against Cincinnati as we are into the second quarter and awaiting the results of the review on a spot On a potential first down. Do you think they were short? I think it looks short. It's going to be. Where did they deem forward? Progress Stop. The running back was laying on top of one of his offensive lineman his body hadn't had headed yet touched the ground. And then rolled over and got the first down, but was held up there for a while. Where did the officials deemed forward? Progress was stopped. Your own Ford on the carry, and he was on top of several bodies before he leaned backward. They are going to rule the first down. So on review First down and 10 from the 30 yard line of the Bulldogs and a drive here for the bear cats trying to get back to the end zone. Winner takes the snap out of the gun throws short and a completed pass to Jackson. Lisa Jackson will gain eight yards before bringing takes him down. Cincinnati now rolling, They've established the threat of the quarterback run. And so we're seeing Georgia backed off a little bit a little more man coverage now to get bodies around the line of scrimmage and account for this threat, the running game, especially getting near the red zone. Other nine minutes to go. From the 23 snap back to Ritter backpedaling, dumps it off short and a.

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Biden plans to nominate Michael Regan as EPA chief

Broncos Country Tonight

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Biden plans to nominate Michael Regan as EPA chief

"President elect Joe Biden reportedly tapping Michael Regan to run the EPA. Regan is secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. If confirmed by the Senate, Regan would be the second African Americans who lead the EPA. Lisa Jackson was president Obama's first EPA administrator, Biden is under intense pressure from Democratic activist to add more minorities to top positions in his administration. I'm at

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Apple reveals lower cost watch and updated iPad

Mac OS Ken

12:08 min | 2 years ago

Apple reveals lower cost watch and updated iPad

"Maybe with the event's title, we should have known it would-be. Short. Tuesday's time flies event flew past at just over one hour, four pieces of hardware, basically, as well as new services and the services bundle we're focusing on hardware today. Surprising, absolutely, no one apple on Tuesday announced apple. Watch series sex running through the hardware. The S six system and package packs a new dual core processor based on the eighth thirteen bionic an iphone eleven it runs twenty percent faster than series five apps launch twenty percent faster. It's the first. Apple. Watch to include the you one ship, an ultra wideband antennas. The series six always on retina display is up to two point five times brighter outdoors than Apple Watch series five. Both the same all day eighteen hour battery life is before and can hit full charge in one point five hours. To features focused on during the devices introduction where the always on all tinder and the blood oxygen sensor. Not sure why always on is important for an intimidator unless you're worried about rock climbing in your sleep Apple says the always on ultimate provides real time elevation all day long by using a new more power efficient, barometric, ultimate her along with GPS and nearby Wi fi networks. This feature allows for the detection of small. Changes above ground level up and down to the measurement of one foot. And can be shown as a new watch face complication or workout metric. More life and death or the blood oxygen sensor and is associated APP. Apple says, series six measures the oxygen saturation of the users blood. So they can better understand their overall fitness and wellness. Oxygen saturation or S P o two represents the percentage of oxygen being carried by red blood cells from the lungs to the rest of the body and indicates how well this oxygenated blood is being delivered throughout the body. And how it works is really cool according to Apple's presentation. The sensors are basically checking the color of the blood as it passes by. That color indicates how oxygenated the blood is, which is free again. Amazing. Speaking of colors for the to apple watches I've owned I've chosen brushed aluminum. It's easy to match with just about anything. But if you have a signature color or don't care about matching or. Planned to have plenty of apple watches on hand to put on your wrist Apple Watch now comes in the couple of colorful colors. For. The first time says apple a new blue color. Silver Space Grey and gold aluminum case options along with the product Red Apple. Watch. With exclusive matching, bright red bands stainless steel models are now available and graphite and an updated classic Yellow Gold Color Apple. Watch edition is available in natural and space black titanium. Series six also says Sayonara to ceramic while apple didn't mention it during the event. A piece from macrumors says, that is no more. As is the way the arrival of new apple watches also meant the arrival of new bands. This time though whole new bands, not just new colors. Sport Band makes way for so loop. No clasp. No buckle. Solo Lupus a continuous end stretchable ban design that says comes into materials, soft silicone and braided yarn. Nine sizes for those. Apples supposed to have a size guide on its site. Checking Apple side it looks like Sport Band is just making room not seeding the field. Both sport? Band and Solo loop available to order as of now, there's also said to be a first of its kind leather link that wraps around the rest held in place with flexible molded magnets. Nikewatch gets everything we've talked about already plus a new Nike face and new colors for the Nike Sport Band and Nike Sport Loop. Same goes for Apple Watch air MAS- as far as improvements the hardware it's stainless steel cases come and silver or space black paired with single or Dubna, tour styles and an assortment of vibrant new colors. Now about the only thing predictions got wrong for Apple Watch as E was its name. leakers had thought that that was shorthand that it'd be called something simple like apple. Watch. Apple Watch S E is the budget chronometers name. Well mid range chronometer Apple Watch series three is the true budget model still out there selling for one hundred, ninety, nine bucks. An apples press release apple CEO Jeff Williams was quoted as saying Apple Watch S E combines elements of the series six design with the most essential features of Apple Watch, all at a more affordable price. No Blood Oxygen Sensor and no, always on display. It does sport the always on all temperature though because apple is taking this sleep climbing thing seriously. Looking at the hardware sports the same size displays as the Apple Watch series five. The S., five system and package and dual core processor deliver performance that's up to two times faster than the Apple Watch series three. The S. E. Packs the fives haptic feedback for the digital crown, and that speaks and here's what the latest speaker and microphone in the watch line. Apple says, watch as e features the same accelerometer gyroscope. altimeter as Apple Watch series six and with the latest motion centers and microphone. It offers robust health and safety capabilities including fall detection emergency, SOS, International Emergency, calling, and the noise. APP. Now, if you decide, the six time is the charm that you're finally ready to buy Apple Watch. The one you buy probably won't have a charger in the box Lisa Jackson vp of environment policy and social initiatives at apple appeared during Tuesday's event extolling the environmental virtues of apples timekeeper. Sometimes. Jackson said it's not what we make but what we don't make that counts. That he's from seeing that says that when she said that apple won't be including USB adapters with this week's watches. As putting them free in the box consumes resources and adds to apple's carbon footprint. Interestingly, people who can afford to buy a charger without giving it a thought. Won't have to do so. A separate piece on chargers Napa Watch from apple insiders as apple, watch, addition, and Apple Watch. Will include a five watt power adopter. Bloomberg's Mark Gherman Kinda cried foul over that on twitter. Quoting his tweet looks like the Apple Watch titanium and Armez model still have the power adapter. So the more expensive versions keep it. makes it seem like it's less of an environmental thing and more cost driven? I can get thinking that as an immediate reaction. Here's the thing though you gotta figure apple sells at a minimum hundreds of entry level apple watches for every single edition or. Sold. Probably thousands. So even though it looks like catering to the wealthy and yeah, there may be a bit of that. Even though it looks like catering to the wealthy dropping chargers, millions of people probably don't need. Might make an environmental difference. No I saw way more than one piece saying not including chargers with Apple Watch is just the beginning. While, it has been rumored that the next round of iphones will also arrived without a charger. Apple doesn't seem to a pulled the chargers from the ipads that are also coming out this week. We'll get to those in a bit. Want to get an Apple Watch for your kid but not give them an iphone worried that mom or dad may have a slip and fall or ended up seriously directionally challenged apple has a plan to watch the whole family. Selling points as far as apple's concerned with family setup, you can stay connected with family members without an iphone from making and receiving phone and facetime audio calls to sending and receiving messages and emails, and even connecting with other Apple Watch wearers over walkie talkie. Parents have the ability to approve all contacts. So kids can safely use the communication features of Apple Watch, according to the company. The activity rings experience has been optimized for kids according to Apple. Emergency SOS is being pushes the benefit though. Apple Watch already does that. And finally school time and downtime or front and Center for children while optimizations focused on health for older relatives take precedence at the other end of the spectrum. Now the news that will make family setup less useful for many. It requires cellular models, of Apple, watch series four or later or Apple Watch S E running watch os seven paired with iphone six s or later running IOS fourteen. Apple also said that kids and older family members of the household using family set up, we'll have their own phone number through a separate cellular plan. So, while you don't need to get GRANDPA and the kids their own phones, each cellular watch will come with a tone cellular plan and. Associated Bill. Family setup goes live today and so by the way does watch Os Savon. that. was kind of surprise more on that a bit later. With such an emphasis on the health, it's not overly surprising that the new Apple Watch Slash Watch Os Combo brings a few new health studies. macrumors runs those down starting with an asthma study being run in conjunction with the Insurance Company Anthem and the University of California, Irvine. Second the peace says Apple has tied up with university health network and the University of Toronto to learn more about how Apple Watch metrics including blood oxygen can be used to manage heart failure. Finally macrumors says apple is partnering with investors at the Seattle, flew study at faculty at the University of Washington School of Medicine to explore how changes in blood oxygen and heart rate can be early signals the onset of influenza and Kobe nineteen. The watches by the way are ready to order now. Those opened on. Tuesday, they'll ship on Friday in the US Puerto Rico twenty seven other countries and regions. Apple Watch series starts at three, hundred, ninety, nine dollars adding cellular adds another hundred. Bucks. Same goes for the Apple Watch Nike and Apple Watch Air Mas- that the prices run higher on the AMAS models. The new bands are also available to now they too will ship on. Friday the eighteenth of September. Though only in the US and fourteen other countries and regions. Porters are also underway for Apple Watch as E. It's got a starting price to seventy nine dollars. Interestingly, adding cellular to that one only adds fifty bucks raising the price to three twenty nine. It also ships this Friday and the US Puerto Rico And twenty seven other countries and

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Teen Accused in Gang-Related Murder of SC Mom, Baby

Dana Loesch

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Teen Accused in Gang-Related Murder of SC Mom, Baby

"Georgia authorities have arrested the teenage suspect in the killing of a South Carolina woman and her one year old son deputies arrested eighteen year old Thomas Anderson Saturday at a home in Augusta he faces two counts of murder in the death of my Lisa Jackson and her son Elijah two other suspects are still at large

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LT Bryson, Philadelphia and Apple discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:46 min | 4 years ago

LT Bryson, Philadelphia and Apple discussed on The Talk Show

"The camera to me defines the iphone tennis in terms of where it is versus the competition and on the Android side of the fence and where it is versus previous iphones it to me, and that I literally wrote my entire review about the camera. I didn't even mention anything else. Yeah. I mean, like we're talking about how fast much faster the processor is. Apple put Lisa Jackson on sage Akina, and they're like, we want these products last for a long time. And sort of a question I asked him every year is well, hey, the GP and the a eleven was thirty percent faster than the one, eight, ten like that. Does that maxed out run up thing, red, hot, all it's like, no, no. I think of that is headroom like that. They're building these processors to last for a long time and they're able to put Iowa twelve on five year old devices and make them perform better so that like just the amount of credit apple gets for that, I think is out of whack. Like that's one of the best things they do and they're, they're lead in smartphone processors is so out of control that we, I don't think we stopped to like considerate enough, right? Yeah. So it's, are you going to notice a difference between you notice that ten. S. outside of like an AR demo that uses neural engine, did you notice that it's much faster than the ten? Nope. Right. It's like the tennis great now. So what is the true. Did didn't notice it has gigabit LT like now 'cause I try. I did some speed tests. Apparently. There is no gigabit LT on Verizon here in Philadelphia, so I don't know where I have to go to try it, but. I asked because the one one of the, it's it's so minor and I don't mind. But the one thing, one of the things that I dislike about the ten s compared to the ten is that the antenna bands on the stainless steel frame are asymmetrical, whereas the ten was perfectly symmetrical and it really the part that really bothers me aren't the antenna lines. It's the speaker grilles on the bottom of the phone where there's only three holes on the left and six holes on the right as opposed to six and six like it was before and it's because there's no room for the extra holes because of the the new speaker line are ten line, and I asked and I thought maybe that was about the dual sim thing that they had to have different antennas for the two cents, but they said, no, it was all about this thing about the, it's the gigabit LT, so that's great. I would love to have gigabit LT Verizon, please rolled it out in Philadelphia, but apparently it's not here yet because I don't. I didn't get any better. LT Bryson. Is very good in Philadelphia. I get very good LT service, but it's not better than the iphone ten.

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Twitter, Tim Cook and Mr Cooke discussed on Jonathon Brandmeier

Jonathon Brandmeier

00:41 sec | 5 years ago

Twitter, Tim Cook and Mr Cooke discussed on Jonathon Brandmeier

"With shares of pulling rising today on wall street and twitter swinging to a profit during the first quarter of the year driven by growth overseas revenue easily beating analysts projections however many on wall street are jittery about twitter's future outlook with shares of twitter tumbling today on wall street around four percent after the company warned of tougher performance comparisons moving forward and apple ceo tim cook is meeting with president trump this afternoon last night mr cooke attended the president's state dinner along with apple's environmental chief lisa jackson today's meeting with the president will be close to the press however the president did tweet this morning that his meeting with mr cooke will cover numerous topics including trade what the fox business report i the.

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