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"ludlow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"His 10 30 I am Wednesday morning in Hong Kong. 1 30 Wednesday afternoon here in Sydney. Find Paul Allen and I've done Christner at the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York. So in the U. S. In the last session records for the S and P NASDAQ COMP and the Russell 2000, and that positivity seems to be carrying through into the Asian session right now, with gains in Hong Kong of something greater than 1.3% similar story in Seoul. Brian Curtis will join us momentarily for a look at markets right now, a few of this hour's top business stories Paul They were part of the catalyst for this risk on feeling maybe movement on negotiations over the covert that relief bill. Treasury Secretary Stephen Minasian City presented a new proposal to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It's worth $916 billion, and it includes money for state and local governments and robust liability protections for businesses, schools and universities. Speaking. Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said it's progress, but they still think it's unacceptable because it starts by cutting the amount the unemployment insurance currently being discussed by PI partisan, the members of the House and Senate Funding for jobless benefits will be cut from 180 billion way down to just 40 billion. That said Pelosi does remain optimistic, saying bipartisan talks are the best hope for a solution. Well, it's been a big week for initial public offerings in the states. And in the latest deal, food delivery startup door Dash has priced its I P O at $102 per share. We have more from Bloomberg, said Ludlow. The price is above the 92 $95 range door dash marketed to investors and values the company at a potential $38 billion on a fully diluted basis door National start trading on Wall Street Wednesday. The platforms benefited from covert 19, forcing restaurants to adopt take out or delivery for mumps, bumping up the number of commissions door Dash collects also follows fellow San Francisco startup Airbnb, who also boosted the range of its I P o. Between 56 $60 apiece, giving it a potential valuation of $42 billion when it prices after the bell on Wednesday, and it helps put this December on track to be the busiest year end the U. S. I pose ever in San Francisco, Ed Ludlow Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Vaccine from AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford was found to protect against the vehicle that 19 that is, according to trial results published in The Lancet medical journal. However, the data shows the vaccines efficacy. It couldn't be assistant older age groups. That's because they weren't enough infections to analyze and Ordell adults Last month, a daughter on the AstraZeneca vaccine showed it was 90% effective when a half dose was given before a full dose and when to fold doses, given the efficacy is just 62%. Olympics Michelle Cortez. There's more analysis will be needed to see how well it works for those highest at risk. And we do know that the people who got that half those were actually a younger group of patients, and so they are less likely to get severe disease. They're less likely to become infected, so there could be some explanation that happening there, But indeed, we don't exactly know what's going on here. The company has said that they do plan to do another trial. Look at this specific effect. That should not take us long to do because you're just looking at how the body responds to the vaccine, so we should be able to get through that pretty quickly. The AstraZeneca's shot looks to be less effective than those from five beyond TIC and Madonna, but it is expected to be cheaper and easier to deploy. We're 34 past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Brian Curtis is looking at markets. So in China looks like deflation, doesn't it? Well, it does temporarily. But most economists that we pulled it. Bloomberg are suggesting that this will turn around pretty quickly because growth has been pretty solid and particularly consumer spending. Is expected to pick up further. But it is an interesting question. The PBOC faces a tough decision here because as we mentioned with with falling prices very tough to remove accommodation, even though that's your stated aim. But then again when you have, you know, deflating factory gate prices, too. At this level, That's it stuffed, you know to to not do anything because people will put off purchases, so it's a little bit of Ah. The tricky call. There's a lot of interesting stories in the news today. Remember yesterday, Doug, We were looking at JD Health and amazed that it priced it $70 and went. Oppa's much as it did on day. One. Well, today's day, too, and it's up another 9%. Announcer $120 it priced at $70. That's way up around 60% for two days of movement and then we also had some action today on On Blue Moon Group are sources of saying that this Chinese maker of consumer household products, It also has an I P O coming up that the company will price it's Hypo at the top end of a market range. So investors know that vaccines air coming and more relief in the U. S is coming s O. The markets have been been going up at some point that probably has to come to an end. That day is not today, though. Banking index is up 318 points. The Nikkei's up 276 points he has sex 200 is up 8/10 of a percent and the cost is up 1.4% So still a lot of optimism in what is a continuing bull market. All the end, one of 4 16. And right now, the Bloomberg dollars spot index is down 1/10 of a percent yield on the 10 year 93 basis points. Well, I know you just talked about the consumer prices in China. We also had Japan's machinery orders jumping in October, the fastest pace in more than a decade up 17% guys back to you. Thanks. Brian. The U. S. Supreme Court has rejected a request by Trump allies to nullify Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania. If Baxter's got global news it I thought the election was over. Uh, you have such a great way, Paul, um, in the rules..
Disney shares rise after reporting 73 million paid Disney+ subscribers, losses not as drastic as expected
"Disney shares surged in after hours after the company reported a big uptick in subscribers for its streaming service Disney Plus that helped it to a smaller than expected loss. We have more from Bloomberg's Edlund low Disney Plus grew to 73 million paid subscribers in the quarter, well above the highest analyst estimates the pipeline of content to keep it growing. That's good to Disney's. We started production on all the films put on hold by the pandemic. It also has 100 TV shows in active production, but it's still been a tough year for Disney, with the virus weighing heavily on its theme parks unit in particular, which recorded a $1.1 billion loss. CEO Bob Che Peck said he was disappointed Parks remain closed in California and called for regulations. Quote based on science to get them re opened in San Francisco, Ed Ludlow Bloomberg Daybreak Asia.
Apple Shares Decline After iPhone Sales Miss Targets
"With Apple shares her down more than 4%. After a slump in China revenue and iPhone sales that missed estimates. Ed Ludlow has more from our Bloomberg, 9, 60 newsroom and San Francisco Apple hit record revenue of $64.7 billion in the quarter, boosted by all time high sales of MacBook laptops and its services offering. Sales of iPhones overall fell due to anticipation around new models. Apple gave no forecast for how the new generation of five G enabled iPhones will do in the key holiday quarter. But if there's some cause for optimism, it's around how the IPHONE 12 pro Max will do in China. Apple CFO Luca My Street said he expected to be a hot seller in that market on account of its larger screen.
Apple announces fourth quarter 2020 earnings: $ 64.7 billion
"Apple hit record revenue of $64.7 billion in the quarter, boosted by all time high sales of MacBook laptops and its services offering. The sales of iPhones overall fell due to anticipation around new models. Apple gave no forecast for how the new generation of five G enabled iPhones will do in the key holiday quarter. If there's some cause for optimism, it's around how the IPHONE 12 pro Max will do in China. Apple CFO Luca Maestri said he expected to be a hot seller in that market on account of its largest screen in San Francisco. Ed Ludlow Bloomberg, Daybreak Asia.
Apple Shares Decline After iPhone Sales Miss, China Drops 29%
"Well, let's have a look a toe. Apple is we're talking about some of these mega tech shares and the shares on the pressure in late trading after the smart from making did report a slump in China revenue and its iPhone sales, Mr Street estimates. Did. Ludlow has the story. Apple hit record revenue of $64.7 billion in the quarter, boosted by all time high sales of MacBook laptops and its services offering, But sales of iPhones overall fell due to anticipation around new models. Apple gave no forecast for how the new generation of five G enabled iPhones will do in the key holiday quarter. If there's some cause for optimism, it's around how the IPHONE 12 pro Max will do in China. Apple CFO Luca Maestri said he expected to be a hot seller in that market on account of its largest screen in
Cloud growth helps Microsoft beat Wall Street expectations
"Out of Microsoft, posting revenue for the company's fiscal for his quarter, the beat analyst expectations and sent shares higher in late trading. Bloomberg's Ed Love, though reports from San Francisco Strong demand from corporate customers for Microsoft's cloud business boosted the company's top line. It also reported growth in personal computing in gaming with family stuck at home and looking for ways to pass the time he's helped the company report its 13th consecutive quarter of double digit revenue growth, but it's not all good news. Microsoft CFO told Bloomberg one time sales too large and small businesses are like a still being hurt in this post pandemic economy. In San Francisco, Ed Ludlow, Bloomberg, Daybreak Asia
Tesla racks up another profitable quarter
"Earnings report from Tesla's. The company's shares are rising by more than 3% in late US trading. Kessler reporting 1/5 consecutive quarterly profit at Ludlow in San Francisco has more. Tesla's third quarter revenue rose to a better than expected $8.8 billion in what CEO Elon Musk called the company's best ever quarter on the back of record deliveries. Thievy maker still expects to deliver its promised 500,000 vehicles this year but admits the goal has become more difficult to achieve is the global auto industry pulls itself out of a clothed slump. Looking ahead, 2021 is shaping up to be a big year, with the company expecting to begin deliveries of its semi trucks and cars from its new plants in Austin, Texas, in Germany in San Francisco. I'm Ed Ludlow Bloomberg
Apple unveils new iPhone 12 that is 5G capable
"At Ludlow. Apple is showing off its latest line of new iPhones at its big virtual event today, So Ed, give us the details. Yes, A For new iPhones, the broadest range of screen sizes inspects the Apple's really done in a new generation release and at their center. Is that they are all five g capable, which is the thing we've been waiting for. Right? There's been a lot of marketing from all the stakeholders around the advent of five g and the faster speeds. Connectivity data downloads that that will bring, But what we got was the iPhone 12. It's $700.799 dollars 6.18 screen also an iPhone 12, many, which is $699.5.4 inches, and then what Apple did, of course, was being pro versions of the 12, which it did with the previous 11 generations to the iPhone. 12 pro starts at $999 on Then there's a iPhone 12 pro Max, a bigger version $1099 with a 6.7 in Scream, which is Apple's largest ever display, and they've made sort of efforts to update the technology beyond five G connectivity is well, we see, you know significant updates when it comes to the camera technology. Apple is using its own for a 14 process. Er, 50% faster speeds when it comes to processing. And they've made some redesign as well. You know, in recent generations, the iPhone we've kind of been used to these kind of curved sides, but they've squared them off on. They've also in the highest spec models introduced Lied our technology to the camera and some advanced camera capabilities around video recording on photos. So you know this is Very broad range of new generation is kind of like something for everyone Eyes. One analyst described it to me. It's like walking into the ice cream store and having all of the flavors available to you. There is going to be a phone that you want, but really it it's called. The thing that Apple is really banking on is that this five g connectivity will spur hundreds of millions of us around the planet that have older generations of iPhone. Upgrade to use a five G version because the people with five G will be experiencing what better phone calls better Internet. So the idea goes. They think it's the Apple says that it's tested five G in Mohr than 100 markets around the world, and that it's found that it does give faster speeds for downloading data. And said, the speed is one thing hypothetically. It would also because of the data Cassey give you the ability to do functions which we can't yet do of our phones. In practice, however, It's not so clear if that's going to be the case. We know that third parties tested five G markets here in the US, for example, and they found that the speeds that came with it and the connectivity was not that much greater than existing for G lt can activity. Sources also told Bloomberg that's some Apple employees who were testing this new generation of iPhone. Actually found themselves that undercurrent US five G networks, the speed and the connectivity wasn't that great? Much greater than 40. And lt anyway, so that is slightly concerning. But as we know, you know, Verizon is kind of leading this wet leading the way with it and T and T Mobile as well investing and spending time and building out five GS infrastructure in this In this country. But, of course, another big market. Apple is China, where almost a third of phone sold a five g compatible that five GM destruction. There is much further ahead here in the U. S. You know five G phones from Samsung and Google, which read the existing offers on the market. They only account for a tiny fraction of handsets out there, so it is exciting. Five G is expected to be a big drive of Apple in terms of people upgrading. But right now it's still a little bit in the infancy in terms of adoption, all right, thanks very much for the time. We appreciate it. That's Bloomberg News reporter at Ludlow you can hear are checking business report weekdays at 12 30 on KCBS and for more
Pandemic persists, new restaurants prevail in Philadelphia
"Many restaurants are struggling to new restaurants and a pop up concepts are opening in Philadelphia. Okay, Y W. Said Oscar's nuts With the story obstacle. Some restaurants are still open. I'm chef owner Ricky Camacho opened a hoe in Northern Liberties. Jose inspired Mexican restaurant Tobias Moser is with the wayward in at the Canopy Hotel at 11th and Ludlow. That's an American brasserie and restauranteur in Michael's. Olson opened a new pop up in the 1500 block of Phantoms. Charcoal is a Korean concept. There have been some setbacks. We're supposed to open originally back in April, some of those particularly devastating I've personally had AH, lost my older brother to Cove in 19. Kamata says he believes his brother would have wanted him to continue with this. Opening, even at this time, something not an industry to get into if you're not willing to do whatever it takes to survive, so this is just a time where we have to do a little bit more. Wilson says he's in favor of Pennsylvania's dining restrictions, but adds that the full restaurant experience can't be felt solely through take out. You can't put lighting atmosphere service hospitality into it to go box and those air ads with travel on hold. Perhaps outdoor dining can fill that void since travelling is limited really about transporting you somewhere that gives you a feeling and that's the next level of dining. You know, Badass Cousin it's k y w news, radio time for
Tesla Posts Fourth-Consecutive Quarterly Profit
"Posted 1/4 consecutive quarterly profit, the company reporting a profit of 50 cents a share on a G A P basis. Analysts had estimated a loss of a dollar six. The result paves the way for Tessa to be added to the S and P 500. Bloomberg's dead, Ludlow says this would only add to Tesla's pressed age you get listed on the S and P 500 In the past of funds in the coming play. They have to look at because they tracked that in days you'll have active managers. We fund benchmarks Transfer gate 7500. Suddenly you have a lot more institutional money and passive money that looks to test them. And Tesla also said it may be difficult to achieve its goal of delivering a 500,000 vehicles this year. Shares in after hours trade by 4%.
Tesla Raising More Than $2 Billion as It Discloses New SEC Inquiry
"Time now for our daily tech and business report today we are joined by Bloomberg news reporter ad Ludlow Tesla plans to issue two billion dollars in common stock the announcement comes just two weeks after CEO Ilan mosque said it didn't make sense for the company to raise money so and what's behind the move and how is it being received yeah that is a good question I mean even months has the reputation right to saying one thing and doing another but as one analyst pointed out this morning what is kind of the lesser of two evils right you know you a mosque saying one thing and doing another or the which he has been criticized full or another thing which had been criticized full which is that cash problems cash flow problems and and this stock issuance of stock offering goes some way to kind of strengthening the balance sheet going in to the rest of the year in our shows are up around five percent it's been broadly viewed as a positive for different reasons he I test the really it's gonna ram puppets activity in twenty twenty last year they produced and delivered around three hundred sixty thousand vehicles this year they want to do five hundred thousand they have this amazing factory in Shanghai they have a factory planned in Germany and they want to increase the output from the the factory in Fremont over the water from where I'm sitting as well all of these things require money they were quite capital and so I think you know the consensus from Wall Street analysts is that has you know could benefit from the money is there anything in the regulatory filing a specifically where you can tell how they're going to spend it yes this is interesting capital expenditure testers come down in each of the last two years and it was kind of the narrative around the company they went from being sort of a company that band three cash spending like crazy the more disciplined financially and it was something that you are most like about the C. S. I spoke about but at the end of the day they have all of the big ambitious plan from the which I just spoke about the mobile why is this new S. U. V. that started appearing on the streets and test models on the streets but they need to ramp up production of that despite the truck this futuristic pickup solid like to come look at concept vehicle but it seems like the monster that could be quite strong they want to build out the operations in Germany they want to build out the operations in China we know that cap ex is that she can arise to up to three and a half billion this year to give some context is one point three billion loss it does a comedy areas the analysts think they need to spend the money on it's just sort of amazing to just watch this stock since October is just so crazy I wonder about the twenty eighteen talk with it must was talking about who's gonna take the company private I guess that's off the day yes this is one of the other displays in the filing was that the SEC investigation into that infamous talking about taking the private company private his now being closed you will say you remember tweeted about how many model threes he thought Tesla would produce in a certain time frame and you know this is like a new way of communicating Twitter right I you know I'm sure lots of all the your audience youth with a high use Twitter the idea to see of a public company communicating light that is not normal right into the FCC investigated that that investigation is also close but they've actually opened up a new investigation it was opened on December fourth and that kind of looking into some of the company's financial operations we don't know any more than that but these regulatory filings very interesting you have to wait a long time for them tester doesn't give a lot of detail each quarter on how the business is doing but when we get this ten K. it's called this and maybe a filing yeah she gives us a bit more detail interestingly as a final comment the US market which is kind of test as most developed its biggest market revenue fell by fifteen percent so they still crazy grave in China revenues up seventy percent and they did really well in Norway and hands them but that the US market study for way little band so they'll be something will be interesting to see how can the drug tomorrow and in the
Tesla turns a profit but financial potholes lie ahead
"News and Tesla shares sold in office I was trading as the company posted its first profit in almost a year back at Ludlow reports from San Francisco almost nobody saw it coming but cost cuts that test this free mom plans and deferred revenue from auto pilot delivered apiece the margins and ultimately a profit Tesla did make crackle deliveries in the third quarter but revenue dropped to six point three billion dollars in fact it was the first year on year revenue decline since twenty twelve on the Cole CEO a llama said the Shanghai giga factory is ahead of schedule and is full costing that the upcoming model why S. U. V. is going to outsell all of the other tests the models combined in San Francisco at Ludlow bring back
Your first look inside Disney's new 'Star Wars': Galaxy's Edge land
"And Disney has finally unveiled its Star Wars galaxies edge theme. Puck the Fouteen acre project in Anaheim is set in the universe at the most recent films and opens officially on Friday beanbags at Ludlow got an look inside the newest additions at Disneyland, California may not be in a galaxy fall, far away, but standing in the first full size, and that any thousand Bill is certainly feels like it. The land has two main attractions, the first is centered around the iconic millennium falcon station fans could also build their own lightsaber all their own
"ludlow" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Guitar work is still the wheels fall got great guitar work. And that's all. Wonder if I ever. From blackberry smoke. We said, thank you very much record. I got like I'll clear this up in a hurry. I got it. I got a copy of junk yard right in front of me from nineteen eighty eight and you did co write or wrote by yourself every single song on that album so we can put that when the bed. Yeah. What we look forward you at the Ludlow garage. Man. I think it'll be a great show. I think it's going to bring back some big memories from thirty years ago. And listen, David safe travels out this way we appreciate it. Wheels. Their latest album. My water. Probably part of the settlers, this Friday night at the level garage, junkyard David road. I remember it. You know,.
"ludlow" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Uh-huh. And then they sleep outside in like a canvas house a what? Yeah, they call. It camping. Oh my God. That sounds terrible. None of us are going to do this ally. Then I am not going back to work for. Guys. What's up what he's talking about ally? Gave us a list of demands or he's going on strike. Yeah. And he's been in the bathroom morning. And he won't even come out to record get out of there. You what you are just against workers rights. Tom is workers? Dumb as I'm Ed that Noah can't call me a dumb ass to my demand. Okay. That's four hundred sixty eight no one's gonna wait. What about what are the other ones? They're ridiculous one out of every five meals has to be v on earth. No, absolutely not. No. And also number one we have to give him belly rubs when he quote makes a funny hard. No hardin. Visit is what? No, we have tend to every episode with a three minute long group hug. Not happening. Nope. No, okay. You know, what I'm not coming out then grants where we for. Okay. So what do we do plan? We did plan last week when he. He wouldn't come out of his blanket fort. I think you'll work again work. It always does it always works. Okay. All right. He li-. Guess I'm just gonna have to eat all this vegan chocolate ice cream all by myself than. Wait before you. Vegan. I says you have ice cream. Oh, yeah. I scream does coconut sprinkles wouldn't be Wednesday without coconut sprinkles. Now, would it can I have some if I if I come out, you sure can buddy. Yeah. Okay. As them. You think that maybe we should just give him the ice cream? One of these times. Thank you. He's got it. Hello. And welcome to citation needed the podcast where we choose a subject reducing article about it on we Kapiti and pretend we're experts because this is the internet, and that's how it works. Now. I'm heath and fuck you if you don't support unions. We'll explain but should not have to. Joining me tonight are the union reps for the eighties cover band guild. I guess. The real problem is negotiating prices with picket master. Like, the the scheduling is a bitch with all our members of their kids every other weekend too. Get together. And also joining us tonight two men who often to end their between meal hunger strikes by eating scabs and heath view, nor better way to support a strong workforce. I'm listening. If you're not gonna eat them. Why bother picking? Different scabs typist government, Tom. Thank you. So oh. Killed cowards. No, I understand. Okay. Got it. Just for. Talking about eating humans with Tom. I'm like, oh, gross, dude. Yeah. All right. Eli want you. Go ahead and tell us what person place thing concept phenomenon or event. Are we gonna be talking about today today, we'll be talking about the Ludlow massacre because if anything screams comedy, but it's an event that ends in the word massacre. You know? And Noah, you're currently a resident of them are hills, Georgia. Expose some veins like you're going through airport security. Yeah. Great. So what was the Ludlow massacre? It was the bloody end of a minor strike in Colorado that took place a hundred and five years ago on Saturday your member when Ronald Reagan fired all the air, traffic controllers. Yeah. It's like that. Except if he'd ordered the national guard to burn down their homes and shoot them too. All right. Great. So the David Koresh episode, plus like a little bit of the Centralia, Pennsylvania. Time voices. This is gonna be. That's pretty much the synopsis. Okay. So in Colorado, coal was the weed of the eighteen ninety s right? That's what made the state go coal veins in the Rockies or super accessible and in the ever expanding web of railroads mining became damn viable in Colorado in the late eighteen sixties this drew a ton of new investment into the area and by its peak in nineteen ten the coal industry was implying at least one out of every ten people in the state seven out of ten of those were prostitutes for those coal miners. So they run through a lot of process. Replace the track on the prostitutes.
"ludlow" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"They thought it was too easy for congress to declare war so Ludlow and others wanted to add an additional check on war making. And that was this that was this idea of national referendum. Now. It's hard to say how close did it ever get to passing because the Ludlow amendment? Never actually makes it out of. Of the house of representatives. And you know, it cost additional moments are hard you need to pass by a supermajority out of both houses of congress, and then get three fourths of three quarters of states to to ratify these amendments. But in this critical period of nineteen thirty seven nineteen thirty eight. A whopping three quarters of the American public say they in polling say they support the Ludlow amendment. So it has great popular appeal. Ultimately, though, I couple years later we are attacked in imperil harbor, and and at that point FDR is trying to sort of slowly navigate the United States into World War One, and then our constitutional evolution takes a radically different turn right instead of the Ludlow amendment, which would have made it much harder for the United States to go to war from World War Two. To really after World War Two onward it becomes much easier. Constitutionally take take the United States into war because that's when you have this real exceleron in the growth of the so-called imperial presidency, the growth the expansion of unilateral presidential powers to use military force abroad. So I mean, I think there's it's almost almost more dramatic than that right because in the in the Ludlow amendment period..
"ludlow" Discussed on Nature Podcast
"There's really a handful of reasons why these models are used quite extensively now while this much seem a little hypothetical of the moments efforts to send optical clocks are into the field have been made you might remember, for instance, us talking him on the podcast about a group who sent an optical lattice clock into the air in Europe Andrews Clark's already to go anywhere. Just yet. While that might prevent them being used to measure, gravitational strength different locations. He says there are plenty of things that can be useful. In the meantime, we're using these clocks right now in the lab to try to look for new physics to better understand our universe. And the idea is pretty straightforward. If you have a device that's able to measure some quantity out to eighteen digits. It's sensitive to to very subtle effects. And basically these keep getting better and better they become more sensitive probes for exploring these new physics and kind of constraining the possibility of deviations from the existing physical theories that we have that was Andrew Ludlow. You can read his paper over NATO com slash nature later in the show floor Graham will becoming by to tell us about the latest London touchdown on malls. That's coming up in the news chant. Now, though, it's time for the research highlights thi this week by Allie Jennings. If you've been wondering the Siberian stamps late in the last ice age, you might have seen a unicorn. Though on closer inspection. You would have discovered that it wasn't fact a three and a half tongue long horned rhinoceros. It was originally thought that this cold Siberian unicorn died out about two hundred thousand years ago. But now a team from the natural history museum in London updated that extinction estimates. They used radiocarbon dating on the remains of Twenty-three specimens to show that the youngest had died only thirty six thousand years ago around about the time that a certain Houma CPN's arrived in the area. But humans probably wouldn't responsible for the unicorns. Disappearance. The authors noted that the massive mammal was specialized graze him..
"ludlow" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm talking with Garin call them, the CEO of Saint Elizabeth health care. And so where did you grow? I am local born raised actually born in Saint Louis with healthcare but born grew up in Ludlow Kentucky right on route eight since have moved to villa hills Kentucky, but. Been in northern Kentucky my entire life. Everyone always asked in this community. What what high school? Did you go to? I went to Ludlow high school any sports. Yes. Ludlow being a small school gave me an opportunity to play baseball, basketball and football. Then I went to Thomas more college and had a good baseball career. So you've been here all your life, all my life. In fact, when it came time to get my masters, I went to the university. So and you've been with Saint Elizabeth healthcare for how law I'm in my thirty sixth year at Saint Elizabeth started as an accounting clerk when I was at Thomas more college spent most of my career and financing the last few years and operations and less to be the presidency over the last three and a half years what occupies Garin Colvin's free time. So most of my career I've had the I've been blessed with two daughters have been able to chase those two around the country playing volleyball. I still have my oldest is at the university of Kentucky first year of medical school doing well. And my youngest is at Wright state univers-. She's playing division one volleyball. So we had the opportunity to chase both of them around. So when we're not following them around the country. We have a lake house that Cumberland. And so we spend a lot of time boating, relaxing, they come from. Are you a local sports fan? I'm a diehard diehard. So you know, my my Mondays are dependent upon how Sunday's going football season and really excited with the new hire for this. This I read. You know, I was a hometown guy and seems like we're going to give a hometown guy chanson Saint Elizabeth hospital does have a long history here over one hundred and fifty five years in a mission driven organization. We. I can tell you just how I can't tell you. How proud I am to do have the opportunity to lead this organization. It's a carrying organization, and it's been that way for a very long time. What do you see is the biggest challenge is the CEO of Saint Elizabeth healthcare? I think the biggest sound in healthcare today is just the unknown of healthcare. And there are some big items that are getting debated each and every day, Medicaid, expansion items that really can wipe out not only your bottom line. But really impact your to to carry out your mission. And that's really what keeps me up at night is making sure that we are proactive in making the decisions that are going to keep us at the forefront of being able to do what we do each and every day at Saint Elizabeth your numbers guy is healthcare going to be challenges. The population gets older, I think the bigger challenge is going to be as the population gets older, you're going to have more of your patients that are on fixed payment. So you're gonna have a higher Medicare, Medicaid and self pay percentage and less of managed care, and that's been put a little bit of a pressure on your bottom line. And so what we have to. Do is get creative in how we major expenses. So that we can. As the revenues start to decline that we can keep moving forward from a net revenue or operating margin. Perspective growth is apparently important in the healthcare industry and Saint Elizabeth has a one hundred million dollar plus cancer facility plan. So yes. So we recently broke ground on about one hundred and forty million dollar cancer center state of the art the beauty of this process in this building is going to be a one stop shop. So the community instead of going to four or five different doctors in four or five different locations. They'll be able to come to this one in the physicians and the clinicians and all the therapies will come to them. The the entire first floor of this building has nothing associated with revenue generation. It's one hundred percent about the patient and making the patient and their families. Feel better fighting a terrible disease is cancer the new focus for the healthcare industry. Absolutely. I would say if you look at Saint Elizabeth healthcare we do a community needs assessment every three three years in that assessment identifies the highest priorities for your community. So over the last ten years. Cardiovascular and heart disease has been at the top of the list. So we built a heart vascular institute with a goal to reduce heart related deaths by twenty five percent by the year. Twenty twenty-five I can tell you. We're already at a twenty percent reduction by twenty eighteen so we're well on way, and I like to thank until all of our associates, how many families are having dinner this evening. With a loved one that wouldn't if we didn't make that investment. Secondly, mental health on that's always been at the forefront with the opioid issue. And we just recently partnered with some behavioral health open one hundred ninety seven bed mental health facility. And so then the last of the three the big three and the biggest one is cancer. Unfortunately, Kentucky leads into many cancer related deaths. Number one in lung cancer number one colon cancer. So we've put a program together that will save lives. It will make a difference in our community. Just for example. We had just completed our six thousand lung screen. One in every eight screens is identifying lung cancer. And what we're able to do is identify that lung cancer at stage. One are you a Uniprix stage where your chance of survival is about ninety five percent survival rate beyond five years as opposed to a stage four cancer where you may have a five percents of robbery beyond five years. Just had an op to speak on smoking. Yes, yesterday, actually. And if we could get a statewide smoking ban. It would be the greatest thing in the state of Kentucky could ever do. So we're at the forefront. Sometimes we're not always taking the most popular position. You know, we advocate for syringe access exchange. We advocated for a cigarette tax. So we need to do that. Because we ranked too high in some of the worst diseases that you could rank high in what do you want people to think of when they think of Saint Elizabeth healthcare? I think you know, what I would want everyone walking through our doors. The no. Now is that they they were loved and treated with respect. And and that our clinicians bring a passion and compassion for this community for the first time, we set our vision to be to lead Kentucky in this region. Beyond ring. Thank you to on the healthiest in America. It's the first time we looked outside organization, and we've we've been able to receive a lot of momentum from our community. So our community feels that were there for them. And they want to give back and so our our efforts on cancer. We wanna raise thirty five million. We're about halfway there. So we've already or exceeded the most amount of money we've ever raised, and we still have a good twenty million to go. And we want to be there for the entire community. No matter if you had ability to pay or not, and and we want to recruit the best in rightous. I'm so we want to have a an institution. Where where providers wanted to provide service? So you're like the manager of a team you have to go out and recruit doctors, and nurses and try to find the very best. You think one treating them with respect and our biggest advocate for for? That is our existing medical staff. I think the members if you're independent or employed on our medical staff love what we're able to do it at Saint Elizabeth healthcare. They want to be a part of what we're doing most of them are part of our community. So they they're excited to be a part of this community, and we've had some great success in the last couple of years of recruiting some nationally renowned physicians into our system. And we we love it. Saint Elizabeth is very involved in the community. What's amazing is you have a nonprofit organization that has made a significant investment in our community. So we've invested in the last few years about twelve million dollars just on workforce a sore investment in the health innovation center at INCE. You are investments in navy. Go in ignite a lot of programs that are going to help develop a workforce of four community. And when you're the largest employer in the community. You have to make sure that your communities, vibrant, I'm so we want to make sure that the workforce is able to provide all the healthcare professionals that we need, but also on all the workforce that's necessary for our community. What makes you want to go to work every day? The people. You know, I think every day that you walk through the doors. It's never the same. And that that's always exciting. But what really makes a difference at Saint Elizabeth is the people inside it. They're carrying. We have a. A monster that we have. Through leadership. And that is we need to do an excellent job because the people were taking care of our friends. They're our neighbors and our family, and so that's very important in if every associate thanks that way each and every day, then I know the service that were providing is going to be stellar seven hundred wwl w it's hard to believe but thanksgiving just days away now, which means the return of the Thanksgiving Day race joining me now is Dr Bill Barrett. He is the director of the UC cancer center and the Barrett cancer center, which is one of the beneficiaries of the race. And Dr Barrett the race back this year, the one hundred and ninth time that's incredible longevity for an event pretty neat. Enjoy such an incredible job. Making the race better. Every year. Yeah. The entire year. So for those who may not know tell us a little bit about the Thanksgiving Day race who had all benefits. There's a number of great organizations that are helped that each year from this race ten K race beautiful force through downtown and Cross River and backs. It's a great family gay tons of families. They doing this for your in all come together and makes her feel less guilty about thanksgiving dinner. There's a great spirit about it hundred energy. Yeah. Yup. Brisk morning, everybody decided to be there. Yeah. Terrible component is really neat to. There's a number of charities that have benefited from it. We're really fortunate to cancer center university for a number of years now to benefit. Yeah. So. Money raised by the thanksgiving race contributed to some really important research done at the university. We're really grateful for that. So how did the Barrett cancer center? Get involved Julius for the enjoying has been really interested as advocate for important things in the city in a while back. She recognized the importance of cancer care in our city, and you were fortunate to have a lot of excellent medical care throughout the region. Overwhelming goal is to have cancer care specifically the second to none. It's a tough disease and for people to have to battle out of town all the difficult. So we weren't nobody have to leave for the very best cancer chair says about the city, excellent facilities. Excellent personnel..
"ludlow" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Okay. So now so previously you were knighted. And that's when you became, sir. Martin REEs, right? Yes. And you actually stand there in front of the Queen. But she holds his sword. Wish. She could tap your shoulder or cut your head off. That she did the full my. Upgrade to the house of long. Okay. Okay. So so once your knighted, then you are, sir. Yes. Yes. Okay. Now in the old days that was became hereditary. Right. Is that not true anymore? That's not true. Baronet registry. Yeah. Okay. Were hereditary and then not anymore. Okay. So earnest, well, in some sense, you have to you. If you look at most of them, they haven't really. Smack so being into hustle is a privilege, but nothing. Oh, interesting. I thought about separating those two, and so don't you have to have some plot of land that you govern? You don't really I mean, you have to designate sort of area, and I picked Ludlow which is the hometown in the west of ignorant. I grew up. Okay. So you Lord of that patch of land. Yeah. But they did recognize me. Can you just knock in tiny? No, no, no. No. No. So when I'm hungry. Do you have to have a name of a place associated with you? For not Susan Ireland's. To see Lord of Ludlow. Yes. Okay. Very cool. I like the liberation there. This is not your. Own nice. Lord of Leto, not a letter..
"ludlow" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Changes from a company like doing turnarounds is exceedingly hard. So if the company doesn't have some hidden gyms or some advantages, there don't think that you're just the your own ego in your wisdom. You're gonna come in there and do a bunch of stuff that that guy wasn't doing ready. Go ahead and give them credit. A lot of people spend a lot of times and a lot of sweat worrying about the company into if it's probably a good idea that prevalence already thought about it. So the question. It's a very long answer to simple question. But I think that there is also a lot of the reason a lot of private equity larger private equity groups are moving into the space or what we're say coming downstream. So guys at normally used only by ten million in EBA and above or coming downstream is because it's very competitive for deals at that level. The prices are very high in they can't find any deals up there, and they need to get that money to work. So they're coming down market to lower EBay the deals which isn't their favorite because you got to do more deals to get the money, deployed. But that's the only place they can find deals in. So they come down in create competition. But at the end of the day, it doesn't matter who you're going against you'll win if you truly understand the business better than the next guy. And yet you bond well with the management team because really the seller is picking their new boss. You wanna make sure that your compelling boss says someone else at the end of the day at all comes down to people once again and your ability to. With them and your ability to persuade them and your ability to collaborate with them. And that's what drew me to work with your group over the other groups that were pursuing us, and I've been very compelled by you as a person in by what you're doing as an entrepreneur and as business owner, and I'm so glad to be able to share that with the listeners here at the one percent, Tony Ludlow where if anywhere could people connect with you or follow your work. Well, we have my website partners dot com. You can always reach me there my web address or am I e mails on there as well at Tony at bay, mar partners dot com..
"ludlow" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"To model some of the wealthiest people in the world. This is the model that created a lot of the richest people in the world. So you're going to enjoy this chat with Tony Ludlow. Tony thanks so much for hanging out with us. You're welcome. Glad to be here. Good to talk to you. Again. You know, some people know the story that you were part of the. Quiring team of a company that I exited in two thousand seventeen and that made me really fascinated by your business model as a private equity group, and this kind of a buzz word of phrase in among entrepreneurs and business owners at this point because the economy has been so good because interest rates have been so low because there's a lot of maturation in the entrepreneurship space at this point. And I've never had anybody come on and talk about the nuts and bolts behind private equity. So my first question is going to be about your thesis as a company as and if you have a consistent model that you approach when you are buying companies, but I want to dial back a little bit. Because I know you started as a an entrepreneur who was building your own company before you went and started buying your own company. So would you tell us a little bit about that? Yes. So I think even going back a little bit further my background's amid eclectic and you'll find a lot of private equity guys have very dissimilar backgrounds. Now, they've come to a lot of different ways. Mine I was in in manufacturing accounting, many years ago as Dallas semiconductor early on in the chip days. I was an accountant there in the manufacturing area failed engineer really always thought I wanted to be an engineer but ended up in accounting, but was near the engineers that was there for seven years learned about business of young guy left. There went to a law firm worked in a law firm for a while and did emanate work where we did acquisitions for other guys. And where I was more the script ner the transaction versus the quarterback after the law firm. I went to ACS, which is affiliated computer service. It was a fortune five hundred company that did about twenty aquisitions. I was on my team there. And after all of that eclectic work of being an operations, and then also being the Scrivener they attorney decided to have a go at it with a friend of mine who was at a private equity firm that mostly focused on healthcare at the time. So I went in with him as a partner, and we started looking at deals in dumb did that for a while learned a lot about healthcare. I didn't really know a lot about healthcare at the time. But I was had an edge to do more technologically leaning companies in a more internet, which they didn't have. So I broke out and started my own private equity firm with my partner about nine years ago. And you know, like typical entrepreneur just kind of caution to the wind convince my family that I knew what I was doing when I didn't. And made a go for it. So I mean, I don't know if that's covered what you're looking for. But it's a bit of a indirect pathway ended up. Today was never planned is just a was looking for the next thing. I think private equity is sometimes a catch all term for a lot of different business models. But if I were to summarize it I would call it someone who uses a combination of other people's money to acquire businesses scale them. And then either keep that business or repackage it for sale would you describe it any differently or am I fairly close? No, you're close in. I'm often find myself having to explain what I do to people have no idea, and the easiest thing that you can break it down to his if you buy an asset, and you grow it in your cell the asset. It's no different than a lot of people understand house flipping. So if buying a house, I improve the house make it prettier make better than I sell the house at a profit. It's very similar with the companies in financing him is actually the structure is very similar in that regard to just unfortunately. Or fortunately for business, it usually takes only where three to five years to grow the company as opposed to a couple of months rehab on house..
"ludlow" Discussed on The Film Vault
"The next door Shen stints congressman and Senator with voter fraud and rigged elections running rampant tweet also elected many of his friends to twin flinch, influential positions, which is kind of par for the course right today to enforce his role tweed would use a muscle of dead rabbits and other gangs throughout the city. That's where new Amtrak comes was a law. Longtime dead rabbit. Laughed, came back dead rabbits back. Or he's dead rabbit fest prints up so terrible. He was brought down in large part by the expose by the New York Times and Harper's a political cartoonist. Thomas nast who were investigating large scale corruption among the city's political officials despite their efforts, they were largely as successful until the election of eighteen seventy one. When the public began to turn a boss tweed and the Tammany hall machine in general, here's real-life tweed. Real-life to was convicted alternately for stealing an amount estimated by an alderman's committee in eighteen seventy seven at between twenty five million dollars in forty, five million dollars lie money taxpayers my God. Can you imagine what that is through political corruption? Although later estimates ranged at his high as two hundred million dollars unable to make bail. He's one of the risks people on earth at that point off the books, of course off the books right. Because you can't. You can't can't. Anybody has a lawyer can launder that right? Unable to make bail. He's gay from jail once but was returned to custody. He died in the Ludlow street jail, Bosman tweed, ultimate corruption face of corruption. You know a few few generations between us and him now, but he's still a man. Honestly, if it wasn't for gangs in New York, I probably wouldn't know boss, tweet, I wanna know willing tweet history, defining political corruption. So that's my number one boss may tweet. I appreciate you don't have it on your life knowing that I probably have in mind because I hate it when you have like my number one at your number four setting for number of reasons. Number one for me, I'm surpri-. I'm curious what your number one. I tell you this much to movie that we've I can't. I don't think it's ever been mentioned on the show. I imagine a scenario. Nineteen Eighty-nine wiping. There are no CRA politicians, white FANG. The might be I don't know that. Well. Nineteen eighty nine. International discipline, Chris, this is the only one that's not an elected official Brian's, very pleased with I am. I'm so glad that we get to discuss. Okay. It's it's not an elected officials and appointed efficient pointed. All right, but definitely definitely, definitely political figure. All right, South African consul Arjun Rudd from lethal up into dare love. Matic immunity, diplomatic, immunity. Do you remember that you remember. Have you seen with two of never seen the weapons? You lie? Never seen the first one lethal weapon, threes Leo gets see around the second one I've seen. Yes, I have no member. Remember this. How did you find this one? Did it just come to your mind because you remember this movie? So I was actually, I think I was thinking about the one that came to my mind was the guy from Kingsman the prime minister. I'm like, oh, he was bad. He was like international like bad, like, oh no, the real gun that was bad was the guy played by just Ackland. It was South African. This was very clever way for. The filmmakers, Richard Donner, the director to get evil, white people in their Macomb South African apartheid, South African. So. Arjun Rudd and his South African crew. Our consulate there console, dip, international diplomats living in the United States living Los Angeles and. Murtaugh Riggs played by Mel Gibson Danny Glover. They sort of stumble upon them in their investigation, right? If some crimes have been going on and they try to arrest them and they're like, no, you can't arrest us. We have diplomatic immunity and like what we can't be arrested. You can't arrest us on foreign soil. Sorry, screw you. And so they go on carrying all their crimes for the remainder of the movie and community is a thing. I heard a whole episode of suffix. You know where they talked about diplomatic immunity. I always heard that it wasn't if it is a thing is this thing with murders not on it actually is I don't think anyone's ever murdered and done away with it, but people have gotten away..
Turkish currency stabilizes as businesses urge interest rate rise
"Turkish currency is up by. Four point eight percent is rallying rallying, this morning isn't? It matters I suppose it might not take much to to boost a currency that's fallen to the extent that the Turkish lira has over the last. Four days but so we are seeing a bit of a balanced, this morning and we've heard these comments from the Turkish business lobbies calling for higher interest rates will let me something that president Edwin. Actually countenances he's ruled it out in. The past of course
Louis Ludlow, Disney Store and McEvoy discussed on 24 Hour News
"Authorities in England, say would be terrorists had his sets his sights set, rather on a Disney store. A British Muslim convert was convicted of plotting to kill at least one hundred people in a vehicle attack outside the Disney store in London, twenty six year old Louis Ludlow took reconnaissance photos of a number of tourist attractions. He used pay out, send funds to ISIS in the Philippines. He expressed hatred for nonbelievers in videos, found on his phone. As he planned his terror attack prosecutors say he was under twenty four hour armed police surveillance Ludlow pleaded, guilty, and
Louis Ludlow, CBS and Larry Miller discussed on KNX Programming
"CBS news reporter Larry Miller says London officials think they've had it off a terrorist attack a British. Muslim convert was convicted of plotting. To, kill at least one hundred people in a vehicle attack outside the Disney store in London twenty six year. Old Louis Ludlow took reconnaissance photos of a number of tourist attractions
Rep. Chris Collins, tagged with insider trading charge, will now suspend reelection campaign
"New York. Congressman. Chris Collins has decided to suspend his reelection campaign amid federal charges of insider trading the hills. Scott Wong says Collins had no choice, but to step. Besides Chris Collins seat could be sort of decider of which party controls. Congress and. Specifically the house, in November and I think that was something that was weighing on Collins himself Collins who. Represents western New York maintains his innocence on the insider
Winner declared in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election
"Rostov Fox News the Trump administration wants to force China to drop their quote bad. Practices and reform it comes after the US said it was considering increasing proposed Tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten percent to twenty five percent. China has warned the US against what it calls blackmail in, Beijing Tom MacKenzie Bloomberg daybreak Europe all right that's the trade story. Another round. Of tough talking between Beijing and Washington. Apple meanwhile has become. The. First US company to hit a trillion, dollar market cap after. Its shares briefly rose above two hundred and seven. Dollars four cents on Thursday Bloomberg's at Ludlow reports on the tech giant's rise it took about. Two hours and forty eight minutes in Thursday's US session for apple to hit the milestone. Since it was founded in nineteen. Seventy six the companies come from relying. On the apple MAC computer to, iphones, and. More recently wearables and other technology and its recent growth which is so incredible when found Steve Jobs passed away in two thousand eleven the company had a market cap of three. Hundred and fifty. Billion dollars it's gone the rest of the way undetected cooks leadership the company have. Momentum from Tuesday when it posted record earnings boosted by stronger Silence in wearables and services, along with, continuing demand, for. Its iphones. Apple got their first. But others are hot on its tail Amazon alphabet. And, Microsoft's worth more than eight hundred billion dollars each in San Francisco Bloomberg daybreak Europe now the UK Prime Minister Theresa may meets the French president Emmanuel Macron today. As part of a diplomatic drive to win European. Leaders over to her Brexit vision with just eleven weeks until a divorce accord is meant to be signed may needs to chart a path to a. Deal we'll Bloomberg's Cowden Qunol has the details the pair would meet let Friday the father break on soon the summer residence of, French president's on the French Riviera between Marseille and niece a relaxing atmosphere to. Discuss tough subjects Theresa May we'll ask him and your support group rain. For Brexit. Including a new trade deal already rejected by. The EU last week but expectations shouldn't be too high as Michigan boundary remains The main negotiator on behalf of the EU commission in Paris counting Kernan Bloomberg daybreak Europe yes the site were Emmanuel. Macron we'll be meeting, Theresa May in the south of France very pleasant if you look it up on the internet and on Google images anyway. Up next we. Need to talk about the US payrolls report Wall Street's betting on another hefty payroll gain in today's payrolls report consensus is for one hundred and ninety three thousand new jobs in July Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice reports America's economies added more, than one million jobs since the start of the. Year the unemployment rate dipped as low. As three point eight percent back in may with today's report wage growth will be the. Key for bond traders keeping score inflation it's yet, to reach the high seen earlier in the century. Treasury market reaction to the data has of late candidate, beef fleeting benico chewed ice Bloomberg daybreak Europe now Toyota has reported, first quarter profit that topped analysts estimates helping by booming Demand in China and the popularity of the are av four sport. Utility vehicle in the US operating profit rose to six point one billion dollars in the three months through, June that's even as questions hangover over the world's. Largest car markets after tariff changes brought about. By the trade war caused pricing condition all right we started with. An answer we wrap up with earnings let's also get some fresh headlines from around the world outside the world of. Business and finance his Bloomberg's Bangkok thank you. Very, much Marcus Zimbabwe's election officials have finished counting in the country's presidential election MandA innocent Zanu PF party is therefore duly, declared. Elected president of the. Republic of. Zimbabwe with effect from the third of August twenty eighth Heads of the ruling Zanu PF party, Emmerson Mnangagwa, secured around. Three hundred. Thousand more votes than his main rival opposition leader. Nelson Chamisa is threatening more protests claiming widespread electoral fraud White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has refused. To, back away from US President Trump's assertions that the media. Is the enemy of the American people in a heated exchange with White House reporters Sanders blame the media from flaming tensions in the country it's ironic that not only you and the media attacked the president for his rhetoric when they frequently lowered the level of conversation in this country repeatedly the media resorts to. Personal attacks without any content other than to incite anger memo Russia could face a raft of new sanctions or the claims of. Election meddling that's if a bipartisan. Group of senators are successful in their bid to sanction Russian energy projects and produce a report on President Vladimir Putin's assets Net worth. Republican Senator Marco Rubio told. Bloomberg that Russia. Needs to be held to account this information warfare they're using platforms like Facebook and Twitter as a vehicle by which the conductors so I don't blame the companies for it they're providing a product that's out there these guys. Are going. On and using that product and is Europe banks another, heat wave, forecasters say. The all. Time temperature record could be broken in the coming. Days the current European wrinkled is forty eight degrees centigrade which was set in Athens in July nineteen seventy. Seven, but that could be basing this temperatures are rising in. Spain and Portugal thanks to a surge of hot air sweeping in from Africa global news twenty four hours a day on the talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Ben Clarke this is Bloomberg Ben thank you so much now with. Your morning sports here's Joe Townsend England's cricketers star Deidre of the second test against India Edgbaston on nine for one this morning. That twenty two Ahead after their colleagues one hundred and. Forty nine helped the Taurus reached two hundred. And seventy four in their first innings. India captain was dropped twice for all around us some current says England. Is still in a, pretty good position as, you can see it's probably looking at the scorecard. Is probably pretty even in a test match obviously not ideal is in cookie England crickets some, Belling Scott, known beaten half century to help can't be Essex in the t twenty. Plus and go top of the south group the back in, action again, this evening at Hampshire in one of eight matches the championship season gets underway tonight with Frank Lampard making his managerial debut the former Chelsea and England. Midfielder Lee Darby. Against reading an England's. Georgia whole starts day. Two of golf's women's British. Open writing contention. She's just two shots off the lead role Levinson Australia's mingy lease out in front on seven, on the path That was the sports straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe we're gonna bite into our by weekly restaurants. Segment with Bloomberg's teeth food critic Richard vines. 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"ludlow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Told Bloomberg the spending should be seen as a lens. Into the company's outlook growth then this cloud Google CEO Sunday. Pitch I told analysts cloud was seeing an inflection point. Is business accelerates for all of the big players you also highlighted emerging markets key driver for future growth, particularly around maps, where the company wants to boost ads. In San Francisco Ed Ludlow Bloomberg daybreak Europe meanwhile analysts are raising new questions about the future of tesla off trade also supplies to give back Some cash. Elon Musk insists the new, model three will has money, loser into the black but observers say the appeal could be a sign that something, has gone wrong. Tesla has spent billions trying to ramp up production and it's feared second quarter numbers may be disappointing And, lady say we will get a right decision from Turkey. Bloomberg's seven says it will task or tasks off the central bank's independence and resolve to rein in inflation After months of, stimulus inflation is running at more than triple the central bank's target rates and there's speculation the central Bank we'll have to raise rates. Again according to a Bloomberg survey communists expect. A rate hike of one hundred basis points despite the central Bank already raising rates by five hundred. Basis points since April this will be the first meeting since president rigid. Type Adwan won the election a month ago and vowed to take more control. Over months policy this could be a critical test, of the central. Bank's independence, in estan Bill Simmons can Bloomberg daybreak Europe that's coming out to mid day London time let's get some more. Headlines from around the world his blue box I'm carrots good morning Markus at least fifteen people have been killed and more than one hundred, injured by, wildfires in Greece according, to the news agency Associated Press a state. Of emergency is being declared with high winds fanning the flames through holiday resorts near Athens prime minister Alexis Depress has cut short a triple brewed to coordinate the response name me we must at this moment all. Be in a constant state of alert we. Must be United and make the effort to face an exceptionally difficult situation for Attica and the country. Elsewhere Swedish authorities have said the risk of fire spreading across the country. Will hit extreme levels this week this comes as emergency services battled dozens of. Places already destroyed more than nine hundred million kroner, worth of forest. Land Bloomberg's, nNcholas magnanimous reports the hit Assadullah lacrosse fires it's also halted I accompanies companies logging hurt farmers harvests and percentage. Of prices higher it's also led to criticism of the government's ability to deal with such crisis only a few weeks before general election in, September install, curl Mattress. Manguson Bloomberg daybreak Europe president Emmanuel Macron's more alone than ever this comes. After his interior minister and head all please, use parliamentary hearings to place all the. Blame on the, presidential palace over the scandal, relating to microns bodyguard he beat up protestors at. A May Day rally Bloomberg's Greg this Cousy reports most French accused of, having tried to cover up the affair and the president's is avoided speaking publicly for six days instead he. Sent, out close aides to insist that he's taking the matter seriously it is reorganizing his office with Macron's. Governing style coming under fire it, has up to the first real crisis of his presidency in Paris Greg Cousy Bloomberg. Daybreak, Europe and US President Trump would, agree, to. An interview with. Special counsel Robert, Muller's investigators, Bloomberg's, Ed Baxter explains only questions on. Collusion with Russia would be allowed it says it could include questions about collusion but not obstruction of Justice Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, says limitations Makes sense because if Muller and his staff believed witnesses who contradict the president's account I e. James call me it could lead to perjury allegations in San Francisco I'm Ed. Baxter Bloomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on a. And it takes on Twitter how by more than twenty seven hundred journalists, and, analysts in more, than one hundred. Twenty countries I'm the gerrans this is Bloomberg Manis Dan. Thank you very. Much for.
"ludlow" Discussed on KOMO
"Off and addiction after texting her new boyfriend to come get her he arrived and found her running from the room passing out seemingly dead in the parking lot thankfully police were there with no lock zone the overdose reversing drug charging papers show the woman had reported matting for domestic violence in seattle in january when he reportedly told police he'd been selling drugs on the dark web including a synthetic version of sentinel carleen johnson komo news parkland woman shot at teenage burglar who refused to leave after she fired a warning shot the eighteen year old is recovering and will face a burglary charge a woman says she fired after the teen kept coming toward her she says the teen yelled that he was high some of the cars going by they're just too loud that's one of the most common complaints from people living in seattle's alqaeda neighborhood but it's about to change you'll soon see an ad campaign after the city council passed a law yesterday allowing police aside anyone who's vehicle can be heard from seventy five feet away to be clear the legislation doesn't make lau cars illegal that's already the case but it will be measured in a subjective way instead of by decibels komo's ryan yamamoto reports allow we'll go into effect in a few weeks several rallies being planned over the next few days to protect the trump to protest rather the trump administration's immigration policy which has led to many families being separated from their children one of those rallies is about noon today at the federal building downtown is planned on thursday starting to saint marks on capitol hill and ending at saint james downtown other rallies are planned one on the peninsula on friday in port ludlow and event to coincide with a national day of marches is that in olympia for june thirtieth at heritage park the king county council and the state attorney general has also spoken out about this congresswoman sheila giant paul and susan del bene cosponsoring the keep families together act john paul recently met with many of the women being held here at the seatac facility and say many don't know where their children are stole reporting coming up i'm brian calvert with the plan to add driverless shuttles in one eastside city by the end of the.
Ronny Jackson investigated by Defense Department inspector general
"Last week have been identified today they have names ernestine ryan's america lied and both of springfield massachusetts kayla escalante of ludlow the hamden da held a news conference today he said he didn't know how or when the women died just yet he did say the two had been missing for some time well today stewart weldon whose mom owns the home face new charges of rape and kidnapping it was ordered held on a combined two million dollars bail in both cases now he has not been charged with any crimes related to the discovery of the bodies but again the investigation goes on he is locked up constitutionalists pundits and scholars are weighing in on presidential pardons this afternoon in this case though presidential pardon of a president by a president meaning donald trump this morning as you know by now the president tweeted he had the absolute right to pardon himself but why would he when he's done nothing wrong cbs justice correspondent paula reed says the commander in chief part in power is pretty absolute in the end it's very expensive but the idea of hardening yourself suggests that you are above the law which makes it more of a political question that illegal one even if you could for vail at the highest court in the land politic pardoning yourself makes you look really guilty by the way all of this came on the heels of a twenty page letter finally revealed that was sent a special counsel robert muller from trump's legal team it argued the president cannot be indicted subpoenaed or found guilty of obstruction of justice because of his position as chief law enforcement officer as commander in chief the pentagon turning its microscope on former va secretary nominee rear admiral ronnie jackson today most americans i heard from dr roddy jackson when he presented the president's annual physical report is overall health is excellent he has incredible jeans president then picked admiral jackson around the va and jackson withdrew his name after questions about his performance at work the defense department's inspector general now looking into those allegations to see if they should take any action andy field abc news washington friend named drug prices rising faster than seniors can keep up with them i'm vicki barker so we'll have that story coming up right now we check your ride is we check traffic and weather together mike king is here with.
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"Thirty nine a man from ludlow who lost his driver's license nearly thirty years ago is caught driving with his dead father's license bruce de as had his license permanently revoked 1994 after he was found guilty of motor vehicle homicide in the death of a child in town the police officer who stopped his car yesterday knew the d as had no license and says he admitted using his late father's de eyes will appear in court five people are shot to death at a car and suburban pennsylvania had happened before dawn about fifty five miles outside pittsburgh a sixth person was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries robert broad water is with the pennsylvania state police you have five individual three males and two females um for uh those deceased were found at the scene two other victims were transported to hospitals where one of them is uh as as his past it's unclear if the shooter was among those killed but investigators don't believe there is a threat to the public authorities says cereals stowaway who sneaked onto a plane and chicago earlier this month and made it to london is arrested again after being spotted at o'hare airport in chicago maryland hartmann is charged with misdemeanour trespassing and violating the conditions of her bail set last week by the judge who warned her to stay away from airports police say they were responding to a call of someone refusing to leave o'hare when they spotted the sixty six year old at a terminal wbz news time to forty one and now we take a turn to charlie asia ron he's in the ice ticket a com sports studio enter.
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"The streets they travelled were also crammed with onlookers a transgender inmate has dropped her lawsuit against a massachusetts sheriff claiming she was harassed and mistreated while in jail jennifer pick melis one hundred thousand dollar federal lawsuit claims she was mocked with slurs was a victim of extortion and raped while in hand in county jail and ludlow back in two thousand sixteen a jailhouses male inmates the suits dropped in exchange for an early release for pick nelly wbz news time 320 at the white house today word about a federal investigation into the clinton foundation abc's lana zak has details from capitol hill republican lawmakers have called for a special counsel to investigate the clinton foundation and abc news came confirmed that the fbi and justice department currently have an open investigation the case is being run out of the fbi's little rock arkansas office and it has picked up pace in the past several months in november the justice department sent a letter to the chairman of the house judiciary committee saying that they will determine quote whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources wanna zak abc news the capital the probe is centred in little rock arkansas that is the home of the clinton foundation or at least where it was founded they state's top federal prosecutor vows to aggressively investigate and prosecute serious marijuana crimes us attorney andrew lang who took office just last month issues that edict after a justice department announcement to rescind the policy that allows legal marijuana sales to proceed in states where it's legal like right here in massachusetts lulling however is not directly addressing the state law but says his office will use discretion in enforcing federal law wbz news time three twenty one a slightly lower than expected jobs number this morning has absolutely no impact on stocks in fact it is further fuelling a rally the dow is up one hundred seventy five points in late day trading nasdaq up 44 id the s p 500 is headed high fyre as well all three if they close in positive territory rid represents yet another alltime high the big chill has extended all the way to florida which has some wildlife shivering cbs news correspondent peter king with that story volunteers along florida's space coast will be on the.
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"Strong believer in your urge strong europe we believe that the economy in the future he's continental and in the end the size of the country's no matter how strong and creative and and solid they are they they want sese you know the cia the indian or the american continent in the future economic war so bonn yes of course woah okay sorted cut you off a little shortage on nebot brindaban o who is one of the prison micron's new nbc thank you for joining us it six minutes to seven how much did nature play a role in sparking social unrest in ancient egypt during the time it was ruled by the greeks in the three centuries before christ there were several uprisings in areas where agriculture depended on flooding from the nile now a scientific paper has suggested that there was the link with volcanic activity the climate historian dr francis ludlow is one of the authors in joins this from dublin good morning america let's start with a history side of things what we know about social unrest an an and nile flooding in the part of egypt you interested we know that it has a long history of m a linking social unrest population movements farmers abandoning the land either side of the nile when the the floodwaters fail to rise sufficiently to flood the land and you have to realize that you're basically in in in a desert condition once you move in from the mediterranean coast so the agriculture is almost wholly dependent upon this summer floodwater of the nile to people can eat otherwise well very quickly they would be easing true their grain reserves if the current year's crop failed and does grain reserves are also meant to be for sowing the next year's crop so it becomes a pretty dire situa racean quickly ah and and see you then looked wanted to look back into what might have caused the the the.
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"About an hour 405 is still struggling as per usual this time of mourning in the southbound direction from state route five to seven past the raw fivetotwo and again through kirkland northbound 405 struggling through renton and newcastle looking at the usual sticky traffic right now on northbound i5 through federal way and tukwila and again midboeing field to the convention center travel time federal way to seattle will also take you close to an hour as well our next report at seven fourteen i'm john nelson komo news a look at the weather now for that here's meteorologist shannon o'donnell well we're reading easier round here today is the smoke in the low visibility continues to move out of here a cleansing shower or two possible today as well temperatures on either side of seventy and a few pizza bluesky coming through between this scattered showers as we slide to a week and the first had actually looks damp which will further clinton the atmosphere and increasing kids for rain tomorrow after the lunch hour and has just in the upper 60s in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell reports of some thunderstorms in the bremerton area where it's 63 foggy in bellingham right now and 60 here in downtown seattle cloudy skies and 66 near the church ourselves moving to the north had to get him some heavy rain the right now in this equality sherry it's moving up port toward port gamble poured ludlow in areas to the north and let's continue with our 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news time 707 well here we are on the brink of another season of seahawks football and just as in previous years desire to see a game at centurylink fight field remains high and so does the price of a seat of the socalled aftermarket combos corwin haeck has been looking into this and report on the brisk trade and previously purchased tickets to see hawks home season is sold out that said you'll have little trouble getting into a game if you're willing to pay janine tournant or analyzes trends for ticket reseller vivid seats dot com she says the seahawks are 21st out.
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"In the phone but what happened chris because i was there when artists was happening i think the titles got to be too good to interesting too vivid members we say willy while it came in and he was doing titles forbid western while said don't make them so interesting but he did work for some of the greatest direct you wait for all the time and and that's probably because they appreciated somebody who could do what he did a but i think his titles for some pictures kind of set of expectations that the picture itself dinelli's fulfill he he had done i mean that walk on the wild side with the cat was such a fabulous title nothing that happened that booby was as good as as as those first three minutes i am speaking to chris rabin oh and mayo salmond about solve bass who will be celebrated tonight at the and metro graf cinema on ludlow strata a bunch of things that will be screened we'll talk about that in a moment did we also have the titled pictorial consultant or a visual consultant on some films the main right so that's what i was saying along the lines of um with something like psycho or on the battlefields spartak is um which is kind of mindblowing to think and i don't know maybe male as inflicted this but would stanley kubrick really ask for help i have no idea of a well it sounds like he he did for that i'll tell you about that directors did ask him for help and though occasions when he gave them a lot of help and didn't get sufficient credit for afterwards dili's surrey boards for the shower scenes knit in psycho that's he could marty impressive loyd's he delivered the sequence and dumb he was a bit irritated about the fact that he had done the whole sequence that's a solve as sequence he handed over to the director and hitchcock is still celebrated for that zicot saab bate of of that particular secret but if you look at the sequence carefully you can see its assault that sequence and i can say that i.