23 Burst results for "Makovsky"
"makovsky" Discussed on Men In Blazers
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"makovsky" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Luxuries traditional values no more inclusive and sustainable global culture with robin given and dana thomas in twenty twenty. Buf reported that seventy five percent of companies did not generate enough economic profit to cover the cost of their capital while the leading mega brands and conglomerates reported record sales to kick things off. We're going to take a snapshot of the luxury industry today and speak to lucas ohka managing director of luxury goods at bernstein about the impact of scale driven advantages and why luxury is becoming a winner-take-all market. I think there are probably forces on both of the demand. Denby supply side when it comes to the supply side. We've seen the number of fronts. That luxury goods brands need to manage as continued to explode the digital revolution as broad so many new things. That brands need to invest on but bigger brands clearly have a scaled advantage. Think about the multiple social media platforms as an example. The need to have more frequent content. The need to invest in crm. And so on when it comes to the demand side. A lot of the new luxury bucket credits. His coming from middle class consumers milk consumers bowl conservative by definition they less frequently. They don't want to make mistakes and they tend to prioritize big lebron's once again. This was further exacerbated by kobe. Nineteen as chinese spent repatriation confronting chinese consumers with higher prices which brought them to car shopping. Lists and concentrate that luxury dollars of the most prominent brands. How important is a real understanding of the cultural nuances of chinese consumption. In order to drive success in today's market. I think this is the core of the business. This has become the core of the business of the chinese consumers accountable for the vast portion of the luxury market making sure that they continue to be attracted to your brand and making sure that you give them good reasons to back with their money and continue to buy products is by tool so we cannot sing of just chinese adaptations in terms of operational marketing and an execution. We need to sink much deepa at brands while staying true to that. Dna need to take a lot more imports from their chinese senior managers. I think that the chinese executives will play a larger and larger role in most groups as a consequence. How significant is marketing spend. Has that changed. Given what we've experienced over the dossier when you have browns that make more than ten billion euros of revenues per year and invest made to high single digits in communication about creates a huge amount of five hour. And let's not forget that these same brands also invest in supporting traffic to their stores. The rise above pop stores as taking the industry by storm. This is the second level consequences of ecommerce people can buy online. They don't need to go to stores three quickly. And hence you need to invest drive them to the stores and not costs money as well and is conducive again to a skill to advantages. Why is crm o or rather customer relationship management. Growing in importance. Luxury brands need to concentrate on that customers. They know all of them by name. They know what they're doing. They know what they're looking at. They know what they're saying. They know what they are buying. So an in-depth understanding of different consumer groups within your portfolio and they are full setting up your product oughta communication and broader marketing approach to fit those different consumer. Audiences is going to be the most important capability that companies will develop in other words sierra and day designs have to be the core of what you do and i think that quite simply the data science department is going to be the new marketing engine of luxury goods companies. Most analysts agree that the luxury industry is expected to undergo a period of consolidation. What will that mean for the industry. When we stopped back we see the global luxury goods industry is relatively young and it would just be natural if it consolidated down the road and would look more similar to other established industries like food for example hustled than personal care. As i think the writing is on the wall and we seen continuing consolidation in the most recent twenty five thirty years. The process will proceed. I expect and it'll probably involve big companies down the road because the conglomerates already have extraordinary amounts of complexity within them if we have the likes of lvmh carrying riche. Mon focusing on big deals bigger brands and really supercharging the impact of those brands with consumers. What does that mean for the small or mid size luxury companies. Very much depends on the ability of the leaders at the top of these brands. We see that some of these brands while having relatively modest sized like mo clara doing very well indeed others not and have lost track of where consumer demand is going and be relevant criteria in values and scientists. So i think it very much depends on each single brand and its ability to stay abreast of market changes and also produce good retail space productivity becomes even more vital in this market. Now a note from our partner. The ceo of kleiner sebastian semi makovsky. Who says his insights generated by the payment companies nineteen million active customers. One thing that perhaps misunderstood with kobe. This obviously for the unfortunate people that have been affected by it directly or their jobs were infected actually had a negative impact but for the majority big majority of people. We have more money than ever before. Because we've been forced to save money for twenty four months and so we haven't been traveling as much. We haven't going to restaurants as much and so that's actually affecting people spending seen that especially in luxury jewelry for example. What we've seen there is that fema consumers are gifting and buying for themselves much more than before so that is a very interesting development given how significant the performance gap is between luxury super winners and the rest of the industry. We wanted to dig a little deeper into what it takes for a small independent luxury company to find success in today's market founding. Her luxury leather goods house met in two thousand seventeen. Melissa morris immediately small store in london's mayfair against the prevailing advice she received at the time however that store has continued to be profitable from day one and despite the disruption of twenty twenty metre experienced is most successful year to date generating triple digit growth. Her customers include kate. Moss catherine duchess of cambridge. Nicole kidman and conor o'brien melissa thinking back to two thousand seventeen. What space did you see in the market for.
"makovsky" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Like in highschool the like my favorite class was vacant. Hear the lawnmower. I'm sorry i got. I told i got. Hey man but if you wanna hold up you're like we'll finish like thanks. Lower doors whatever. Yeah i'm sorry So like even in high school like in english classes like my favorite eight amass was never good at math. My teacher would always get on me. Because i was bored. She she would. She literally told me she goes. Look you're not gonna graduate. Unless she told me i had like a two hundred. It was ridiculous like essay. And on my cou. I fucked knock it out into just writings. Always come easy and i love writing. I was reading. I was one of those kids who was like read at a whatever level not. I'm not a genius by any means just saying the capacity for me to read as always interesting to me. I thought think writing is a good way to express whatever the hell your brain. I guess i got shit brand so all right. So you're a you're in english nerdier writing nerd so so so how did you get to you so now. You're like hey. I'm gonna write about a drunk. Rabbit is that kind of the progression at pretoria tasks but I my old job. I was doing like physical labor and got to the point. man. I was just like i. I can't do this anymore. Man Killing me you know. Like i saw the old dudes how they were just. They're just miserable there for twenty thirty years or bodies broken on. I'm just like what. Am i doing like so that that was like it was a weird Dark point in my life. And then i discovered it was like the weirdest like it all came together. I discovered lurid charles makovsky at the same time. Then i fell back in love with like Robert krumbach so. I devoured all because i listened to.
"makovsky" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"I must say the sidelight piece read the other day Actually reading that horror for period. Tommy played with an internal catheter. ongoing issues with kidney problems. sake ongoing. He he does not play anymore He was very reticent to have surgery at a super super. Vasco i am. I am very very very excited Not only to see came in the league. Alcee how fits within teuku system. And and a don't feel this. I i've been south of games. Isn't it but not stray too far. But already we've seen kind of makovsky clicking and looking and looking he has good instruction and again god knows. How did the training session would be. You just know that he's gonna click. He's gonna clinton And is anyone better found at marina grozny sofa The the chelsea just acquire of brilliant talent abc. She's masterful. I'm always thinking in so i if you don't mind me like to keep riffing on the business stuff Is sometimes. I will say Sometimes selling at sometimes Get it in in football. The hard thing is buying these places here but there's also real skill to selling players. Yeah and i think she's really good at selling players. And i think abraham going to roma with it for thirty million around that figure with a back clause of eighty million know building me. Look i mean th. I mean not just both of the point even more as zima over to west ham as well. So you've got a tough who can control both ways. Because sometimes i say my. This is great you you might be able to sell. It lost up can you. Can you buy back in getting you know. If you've got the channels in supply chain and sustain football game by these plays can you move them on. And you know don't get too far ahead of ulcers but when we come down to you know You know. The first guess dune assessment compared with eddie of oss know and you get a real chore cheese or of comparison one hundred percent just into that. You've got konaga. Policies essentially can apply all season on the roy. They're going to have. Yeah they're gonna pull up in player or the sell him he echo and saw coming on the business front. Because i think there's a better way of over your in lots of transfers for one club and since we're talking about chelsea talk about their a neighbor. Crosstown rivalries asked them have done spent the most in the premier league net. And i think done some of the worst business The a really good tool if anyone thought that you guys use it as transfer mocked Really good website. Ready great breakdowns. And he just really great thing where they show The Market value of the place sold compared to what they brought in and also of saw one hundred and seventy five million pounds. Had an upper left the door. Other loans free transfers or a transfer freeze abbott. They've gained thirty million in actual cash. From those has one hundred seventy five meaning talent..
"makovsky" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Rat a good monday morning you are. Welcome in to the jason horse racing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires happened to be here on this monday. August the twenty third. Sound like i have a little pep in my step. Feel like it was fun. Day watching racing yesterday did nothing else. I colored my. I colored my monday and tuesday programs for colonial and i had some cereal and had some barbecue for dinner but other than that. I did nothing. But i sat in the lazy boy in my airbnb here and watched saratoga little woodbine little monmouth wash some pimlico. Little pimlico quarter to go at pimlico. What else did i watch del mar in the evening. You know the the nine. Pm pacific classic. The the in my pajamas ready to go to bed. Saturday night class. That was my saturday night. Pretty pretty action packed saturday night. The life of a journeyman race collar. It's a real party. Good lord this my life. Eating frosted mini waits for breakfast in an airbnb watching del mar on a On a pretty good size tv here in colonial heights virginia. Yeah the tower. Staying in the south of richmond which the track is east of richmond. So it actually didn't change my drive too much from what i stayed in richmond. But there's just not as many good food options here. I could go into the public supermarket quite a bit of a cooking welfare. Bit but I don't know i think next year. I'm going to stay back in richmond proper but we'll see what happens Stoke for a monday carta colonial. It's our best car. The season four stakes races. Franks rocket is showing up running in one of its the match series. That's the mid atlantic thoroughbred championship series or something like that match series dot com if you want information but essentially a lot of better sprinters and even routers. I guess too. But it's all dirt racing which for colonial other than last week with the rain out is not a common thing but does good horses. South bend showing up just might is trying dirt and ocracoke. Makovsky has been lobbying for that for a while. So we'll get to see that and more. There's some some nice runners insulin four to ahead and out there today. Tomorrow's we got our final two weeks. We'll probably have Either jessen or somebody on to talk. Virginia derby next week. Because it's on. Tuesdays will probably have the tuesday guest colonial centric one. And then i. I don't know why. I'm worried about next week but i feel we got this week and next week left and then i'm taking my two week vacation and so i guess i'm trying to make sure we're all set and ready. I think the day before my vacation last friday we i might skip the jury somebody be driving but also i thought it might be fun to do kind of saratoga del mar review. You know what. What did we see this summer. Also what we're going to look forward to in the fall. Just maybe a few life lessons full chased from the road or something like that. I'll probably be in like chicago or something but this week pretty excited for our slate of guests. We have to newcomers and a regular appear. I don't want to say a regular guest. But i i mean someone who's been on several times The owner dr. joel police is is gonna join us. he owns circuiting empress. He's got a little dishes little toot zia and others. I got to me joel. At the indian derby yet horse in the indian oaks think it was little and super nice guy. He's an orthopedic surgeon that's gotten a horse owning quite a bit in the last several years and obviously having guinea empress helps that whole thing. So we'll talk with joel about his ventures horse ownership having a horse win the kentucky oaks and And much much more. I haven't decided if that'll be tuesday or wednesday show. Alex is gonna join us. Alex is a co worker of mine at cologne because he young guys a racetrack industry program graduate kind of trying to make his way in the racing. Business you know. He's only a couple of years out of school. I've been thoroughly impressed with him. Just as a as a young man and As someone who's passionate about racing and i thought it might be kind of fun to do a chat about you know just kind of someone young getting into the business And just kinda his impressions of it so far in the first couple years. Obviously i'll lecture him on what's important and take out lowering in the country because he's gonna run attract someday like i'm convinced like this. He's going to be my boss at some point so i need him to know that you know announcer pay generally needs to start about eight or nine hundred a day. So hopefully he'll remember that it doesn't for most of us trust me but Yeah so so. I think that'll be really fun. Conversation in fact. We're think we're do that in person. So he'll be he'll be here with me at the the studios and then on thursday repeat customer The big a anthony's to join us. We'll talk some masirah toga. Of course travers. Coming up this weekend. The personal incident will look back on the alabama. In fact we'll do that here. Just a second but will probably get the big as thoughts on a lot of stuff Saratoga related Always love when get to have anthony on the show. I know a lot of our listeners level. We have anthony on the show so we will do that coming up on thursdays broadcast and then the jury of course will be here. Talk travers weekend with With the boys james's is going to. The travers is a A usual trip for him. mentioned the alabama and. We should probably start there. A you know kind of a. I don't wanna say good betting race because you know it it was i. It's so funny. I once again. I heard that comment of like. Oh what a great betting race. This is where it's like where there's like a three to one seven two four two one five one and it was so funny because i remember when that was pointed out to me that like is that really good betting race. Like you know when there's five horses that all got a decent chance but they're all clustered in around of somewhat low price and you don't have a good opinion of them or is it good betting race when you hate a six to five shot and there's a five to one that should be two to one in stack you know or whatever or or race where you think at twenty one has a really really legit shot and you go for that. You know like that seems like boy. More grating than those hard to decipher ones where you go. Five or six deep and your best bets to catch like six or seven to one shot because it's just really hard to decipher like. That's the worst betting race. Now that we're spending race of course..
"makovsky" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Think than maybe just maybe they should hear my theory remember. I'm probably ninety. Nine point nine nine percent wrong but what if earth and venus where at one point binary orbit one another while orbiting the sun. And what if they had a degrading orbit that was bringing them closer to each other to the point of collision and what if they collided and that is what created our current moon. Not that actually could be because our moon is a spaceship right and has an actual. As a result the collision gave venus an opposite axial rotation also sending it out of its binary orbit and into its own orbit separate from the sister planet. I don't know maybe i'm crazy. The long winters and short summers up here. We'll do that to you. i guess at anyway. That's my amazing bullet. Riddled theory nutshell. Thanks for listening. Thanks for all the great shows looking forward to more yours. Mark aka lord condo in on the discord and he says the fact that. I'm a journeyman electrician. Does that mean. I have to believe in the electric universe. What is that. I've i've never heard of that. Never heard of that mark. Actually no i think this is this whole part about venus. Being the core of jupiter having one third of its mass being its chorus scientists. Currently think would that disprove makovsky theory. No because if this is if what vilakazi was saying is true it was basically mostly core. That got ejected. So it having very lar- venus being mostly core make sense right in terms of this it. Just it would make it coincidence. Well maybe not ended up closer to the sun. Maybe maybe if there's some kind of magna well yes. There's a lot of these Like you know. A lot of these systems are reversible in a way like one can cause the other and likewise the other can make okay so if planetary formation results in large core is being closer to the sun then it also makes sense that if a rogue body came in with a large core it would end up closer to sun possible. I don't know this. For sure. I mean i just you know. It's like It's possible saying a lot of the systems. Work that way right like pies electricity's for example yes you can reverse the process if you hit it with a hammer and makes electricity if you hit with electric vibrates it makes. It was hit with a hammer. So i don't know if you hit it with a hammer remix like if you hit it with electricity hits hammer. That's how that's how it should go right hammers okay. This is from that sort of a. It's a phenomenon of transducers as a are always the process versus okay. This is from the dan man daniel. It's called snicks. Says snake grows. Salutations from minnesota. It is i the dan man. I finally finished listening to all of your sweet sweet podcasts. Listening to the podcast in chronological order was amazing..
"makovsky" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"All the way to erica. And i'm just like. I don't think we're at a moment. Where like if you're not t- merica what you team or fa you know what i like. I like a team. So and so is reserved for like a little celebrity few. It doesn't feel so so people can do whatever they want. But that's like team denise timra team renna and that made sense to me okay. It's like okay. We're all in this kind of fake drama. Like it sucks. But it's like but this feels like bigger than that and so she can't help someone saying i'm team erica. Whatever fine posted put to re reposed it. That feels really tone deaf to me personally was like it's not about team. Erica like like team. eric is at. Meanwhile we believe like. That's who cares like that. And i know you need that for your competence so keep that in your heart. Yes in. obviously. She thinks she has a story to tell. She thinks she's misunderstood. That's clear or she. I think she would be posting things quite differently but to not have any self awareness that like again. These are terrible crimes that were committed. This isn't like a white collar thing where it's like you know. Wells fargo was losing money or something to just keep it in terms of businesses. We've heard talked about on. The house is well. it ain't that dr. It's weird to then be so take. And i am like i'm trying to make sense of it in my mind you know. I don't know why that. I feel the need to like be like. Oh you know like she doesn't mean it or whatever But i'm trying to make sense of it in my mind. It's like well. I guess you cheaper brand up to keep making money and all that stuff. But i this feels the wrong tone elite so wrong and you know our our group of friends. Matt makovsky indiana chang and chiro my sister-in-law you and me we've been on a chain just trying to piece together the time line because it is. It's it's tough. Because i saw renault on watching.
"makovsky" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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"makovsky" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast
"Injuries that flay that we back and think through the strengthening of come through my legs And makovsky and stuff like that. It's given away of stability to them and they're able to withstand the extra white on top of them. I'm sorry when did the the the run the it wasn't manasian ankles that were hurting me. It was just because macau's burning because it's just a different exercise And i was waiting for the pain to come through other than a of the of the ankle and it never came. Yeah it's developed. My confidence style will continue to do that now. Well i I had a similar yacht had a similar experience. Adam sorta off like with like strengthening conditioning. So i previously. Everyone knows a hundred times. I want my xeloda trying efforts trailing injury last year. I've told a hundred times now. And what i previously thought it was martin would actually be what it was but because of the nature of the injury. I thought it was a teheran. The boss at hendon. While i believe the informed that it couldn't heal naturally on. Its aren't much at all. I was like. I'm just going to strengthen everything else around it and support that injury the best i can. That's how you can work injuries If you go. Old singles out chronic pain ought injuries Aggravate the best thing you can do is try and everything else around. If you're unshowable you'll nine times out of ten. You'll probably notice a significant improvement in that injury. Because everything else you're doing is giving you confidence stability strength around that area which will then menu. You can aim guard fullwood more competently again on having that. Which is what. You've down with your nina ankle. You've tried everything else around it that the injuries around it which is an inadvertently affected it and if you have injuries and you not sure just go and consult the professional industry right now on many k. You can get for chronic pain that has been a pain that's lasted six months or more five. For a physio sessions on chronic pain management plan for any injury any chronic pain..
"makovsky" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"Jim gerard the inventor discovered nikola tesla's work and how it inspired him to start creating the bio charger the basis of tesla coils and violet. Ray devices royal rife rife machines and some of the practical limits of that technology. How rifau frequencies help support the body's healing and detox whether or not there is any scientific evidence of frequencies that neutralize harmful viruses bacteria or parasites the history of makovsky and his multi wave oscar. Later we also discussed the work of alexander gurwitch and a phenomenon. He called might ojdanic radiation which was proven to stimulate cellular mike andrea. We also talk about the bio charger. Mitochondria support recipes. the first bio charger. Jim gerard built in the nineties and the attention. It gained from people in the neighborhood when lightning bolts. Were shooting out of his garage. How the bio charger helps with energy sleep. Jetlag and physical recovery. Well so break down. The four cosmic energy technologies used in the bio charger and then we breakdown cellular voltage and how it relates to physical health. How non-native emf opens the gated calcium channel in our cells in an unnatural way versus how the alternating current and the bio charger. Does it the purpose of the noble gas elements in the bio charger. How to be more resilient to gop ethic stress. How the bio charger recipes were created my favorite recipes as well as the favorite recipes of.
"makovsky" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Not necessarily being conversation because they made about that. I just wanna see something different for this year. I want she better. You know what i'm saying. So that's what i'm pushing for real like. That's what i think when. I say less birthdays. 'cause i'm pushing for less funerals. Birthdays i dig it. I want. I want us to be good. I want us to be able to celebrate. You know what. I'm saying. I want us to you know Like just have good shit going on and to be being productive rather than destructive. You know what i'm saying. I dig it and i was even thinking about as you describe in it. I was just like oh we all know. We're gonna die one day. We funeral data. What have you but we don't know. How many birthdays. We're actually going to get so like prosperity and live long and celebrate this shit. That's the thing that we take for granted like if someone told you like you know your last birthday. Hope you enjoy it because that's your last fuck shit like was blowing through my head every day when my father was going through his situates like and i hate to keep brand makovsky. But it's like oh my father and this is you know relatively older but it's still pretty young. Father was fifty one. You know what i'm saying and it's like yo- imagine when de baby is born. It's like he's only going to live to beat Ago bro and for his life to paint out the way it is. And i'm not saying you know i'm not saying it's not his fault but i'm not gonna say it is either because i know the way his out and it's just like whoa if we if we knew more. Would you know cliche. do you know what i'm saying. Absolutely you start looking at these times whereas all right. Let's say someone comes like you know you got fifty years ago..
What's the History of US-Israel Relations?
"Joined first of all from jerusalem by david makovsky distinguished fellow at the washington institute and professor in middle east studies at johns hopkins university david festival. I think when people think about this relationship now it's assumed that this full-throated barely critical support for israel is an article of faith for the united states but if we think back to the foundation of israel in nineteen forty eight was that always the case now not at all the foreign policy establishment of the united states was dead against us. Recognition of israel led by secretary of state. George marshall no foreign policy establishment viewed. Israel is getting in the way of trying to shore up arab support for america's position in the cold war which was deemed critical given the importance of the european recovery and making sure that arab oil slow to europe. So truman the president harry. Truman swearing against the tide and insisting upon immediately after the state was
Cavani Disallowed Goal vs Tottenham
"Kick things off by welcome into the show. Don't actress anne anne frank leboeuf. We're wondering where to start today. And then stephen nicholson's in and goes against pretty much. Everybody said on yesterday's show and he said it was the right decision to disallow cavani. Go in the spurs yesterday. The floor is yours. Stevie as much as beautiful between paul byrne cavani truth is if a player strikes another player in the face. a scenario makovsky. No question is using these right arm to defend off these opposition. Which is fine if he sees them in the army. Catch him in the shoulder. These are all things that we all accept because as a contact sport. However you're allowed regardless of whether you mean meena on. Aw you're not allowed to catch it opponent in the face and mccormick catch them in the face and nobody has said he didn't catch him in the face but why is everybody saying. It's not a foul.
"makovsky" Discussed on WTOP
"Vaccination sites is underway. Our Steve Futterman in Los Angeles, a partnership between California and the federal government, a pair of sites here in the Golden State are being set up as distribution centers. One of the sites is in Oakland. The other here in L. A. The Biden administration hopes to establish around 100 of these at locations across the country. Long Beach last month became the first city in California to approve a hazard pay ordinance and at least one big chain is now closing stores because of it. CBS is Matt Pipe. Kroger is closing two stores in California rather than pay grocery workers an extra $4 an hour for working at the nation's largest supermarket chain during the pandemic. The company is blaming a decision by local officials recently approved a temporary wage increase for some supermarket employees. Kroger says it will close the store's a Ralphs and a food for less in April because of the law passed in January by the Long Beach City Council, with a handful of cities across California, weighing whether to mandate hazard pay for grocery workers. Kroger is warning that it could shut down more stores. Matt Piper CBS News Republicans vote to Allow one GOP lawmaker to keep her leadership assignments despite her vote to impeach former President Trump as the House GOP leader passes on punitive action against another for controversial comments and conspiracy theories. CBS is Kris Van Cleave report. Top House Republican Kevin McCarthy, rejecting pressure to punish two prominent members of his party, Wyoming's Liz Cheney under attack from Trump loyalists for her Impeachment vote and Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene. Another recently surfaced video from 2019 shows green and ardent Trump supporter and Cuban on follower mocking Parkland High school shooting survivor David Hog because I'm looking at this idiot payment hog a massacre, she said, was staged. Three members of the Idaho Army National Guard have died in a Black Hawk helicopter crash near Boise. They were performing a routine training flight. Idaho Governor Bradley I just ask everyone to think about everyone that serves Particularly the I don't National guard what they do every day and the risk that they take but also their families and their neighbors. Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary David Makovsky says security forces are prepared for the Super Bowl attractive target for terrorists and criminals..
"makovsky" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"After ABC News from ABC News, I'm Michelle Franzen while lawmakers try to find common ground on a new covert 19 relief package, the federal government is also racing to ramp up vaccine shipments, including sending one million doses each week to pharmacies. Starting next week, and some good news also for Corona virus cases on the decline. Covert transmissions, hospitalizations and deaths have all begun tapering off following Ah holiday surge, But CDC director Dr Rochelle will ends, He says rates are still extraordinarily high, twice as high as the peak number of cases over the summer, she says the CDC is concerned about another opportunity for increased spread the Super Bowl. She says. People should on Lee gather virtually or with people They live with. Marco Malard ABC News A limited number of people will be allowed to attend this Sunday. Super Bowl security preps are a major concern. In Tampa, the hometown team, the Tampa Bay Bucks and the Kansas City Chiefs will square off. Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary David Makovsky says authorities are also watching for extremists. At this time. One particular area of concern is domestic violent extremism. Well, there is no specific or credible threat to Super Bowl 55. It is a high profile event and security preparations are designed accordingly. A group that took part in the capital siege also has members in Canada. Now the country is treating them and other groups says terror group Canada listed the proud boys and a dozen other extremist groups as terrorist entities in part, public safety Minister Bill Blair said because of the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol is disturbing and concerning us as those images and those events were They also provided law enforcement and our intelligence services with a troll of new information out voice joins Al Qaeda and Isis on Canada's terror list. Some of these groups are in fact, quite odious and and and their activities and their rhetoric is vile designation freezes assets and open supporters to criminal sanctions. Aaron Qatar SKI ABC News New York, Listening to ABC Good afternoon. I'm Brad forward our time story. The Oregon Health Authority is requiring insurance companies to cover the cost of covert 19 vaccine. K two's and Nicky Torres has moral government has already said that the shot is free. However, Ohe wants to make sure that there are no additional costs with administering the vaccine, like the supplies or even the staff pay. When it's your turn to get the vaccine. You should check with your insurance company to make sure that all the costs are covered. I crash.
"makovsky" Discussed on KTOK
"You're heading into Tinker today. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. New Center, And this is Oklahoma's first news. Bitter cold start to our Thursday. Our forecast is coming up Tinker Air Force bases. Hey, did I 40 and air de Po is closed for a construction project. The eager gait, a town center drive is open. Officials say the visitor control center near the Tinker Gate also will remain open during the construction project. Police are investigating a deadly double shooting in Oklahoma City officers were called to a home near Oakland and over Brooke That's east of I 35 south of Northeast 23rd. Last night and found a woman dead from gunshot wounds and a man suffering from a gunshot wound to the head Police Lieutenant Isaac Goodwin. The victim was found inside the home. I don't know the relationship between the parties here there was another person who is here at the scene is speaking with officers. I hope we can provide some information about what happened. That man who was shot was taken to a hospital. Authorities say another man was at the scene when the shooting took place, But he's not believed to be a suspect. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nation white threat of terrorism. I'm Robert's reports, Acting Secretary David Makovsky issued a bulletin saying there's currently a heightened threat across the U. S. That will persist over the coming weeks. There is no specific, credible plot. However, Makowski says there is information suggesting extremists who may be upset about the presidential transition or have other perceived grievances could incite violence. He's urging everyone to report suspicious activity. Stay informed and be safe. The new Biden administration is making a big Bush against climate change. Here's Terry Moore, the president signed a serious of executive actions aimed at what he called AH growing climate crisis. It's not time for small measures..
"makovsky" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Leachman, who is dead at 94. Besides winning an Oscar in a room full of Emmy, she acted in some of the best TV shows and films of the past six decades. The last picture show Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Mary Tyler Moore show Young Frankenstein, Malcolm in the middle of the Office and The Simpsons. Leachman was also considered one of the nicest and funniest people to work with in Hollywood. Her family says she died of natural causes. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide threat of terrorism. Acting Secretary David Makovsky issued a bulletin saying there's currently a heightened threat across the U. S. That will persist over the coming weeks. There is no specific, credible plot. However, Bukovsky says there is information suggesting extremists who may be upset about the presidential transition or have other perceived grievances could incite violence. He's urging everyone to report suspicious activity. Stay informed and be safe. I'm Tom Roberts, a flash flood warning and evacuation is now in effect for parts of San Bernadino County. It includes Mountain Home Village, Oakland and Northeast Yucaipa. A wet and potentially damaging storm is heading our way, bringing what forecasters are calling an atmospheric river of moisture that will persist into Friday, whether in one minute If you have been receiving money from California's employment Development Department, and you shouldn't have you could be on the hook to pay it back. Then again, maybe not. Millions may be in that position. That's because the state agency stopped enforcing some eligibility rules so it could process claims quicker, which it did. But it still had to go back later and check to see people receiving the benefits were eligible. It's left a massive backlog 10 months into the pandemic. Worse yet, an audit shows that 2.4 million most likely didn't qualify for any benefits and 1.7 million were likely overpaid. The department director told lawmakers yesterday that the agency has not yet decided how it will handle these accounts. Sharing. Reared in K ABC News on Wall Street, all the major indexes closed down between two.
"makovsky" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Climate change is an existentially threat, Biden cited and increase in extreme weather events, including massive wildfires and floods. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide threat of terrorism. Acting Secretary David Makovsky issued a bulletin saying There is currently a heightened threat across the U. S. That will persist over the coming weeks. There is no specific, credible plot. However, Penkovsky says there is information suggesting extremists angry about the presidential transition may act. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says there's been a recent downward trend and key covert 19 categories, but cautions Americans that we are far from the end of the pandemic. Encouraged by these trends are cancer rates remain extraordinarily high, and now is the time to remain vigilant. President Biden did not appear during the virtual event for first of a regular series of covert response team briefings. The Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates steady. Policymakers wrapped up their meeting today by leaving the Fed short term lending rate at or just above 0%. Senate President Pro TEM Patrick Leahy is back on the job after being hospitalized. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer welcome the 80 year old Vermont Democrat this morning. Glad to see my colleague from Vermont ear. Leahy was taken to a hospital as a precautionary move. After complaining about not feeling well. He'll preside over the upcoming Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. The world remains 100. Seconds to doomsday. The bulletin of the atomic scientists announced the update to the doomsday clock today representing the proximity to the end of human civilization. 100 seconds is the closest the clock has ever come to the apocalypse. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Johnson and Johnson's covert vaccine will likely be the next one available in the U. S. My power reports last week, Dr Fauci said that Johnson and Johnson is right around the corner from seeking emergency authorization for its vaccine. The company says it's on track to have interim data from its clinical trial by the end of January, shots injected into arms as early as the end of February on CNN's coronavirus fact versus fiction podcast, Dr Dan Brooks says. If the Johnson and Johnson vaccine proves to be safe and effective, it could have major implications on the vaccine rollout because J and J has committed To producing and deploying at least a billion doses of vaccine during this calendar year and at least 100 million doses for.
"makovsky" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Gina and i have discussed many times later in life Living living the the life in an rv driving around the country so yeah so. It's a nice little preview at least the nicer parts of the movie after seeing this movie. Do you still want to do that. I'm hoping by choice. Let's put it that glimpse into your future dave. So that's right. Well i should hopefully be able to still produce awesome movie. that's important. that's what we care about. Obviously i thought it was fine. I i was underwhelmed but you know. I'm i'm apparently the only one and i lo- francis mcdormand but i felt like francis mcdormand's presence in. This movie was obtrusive. That i would have rather just seen a straight documentary about these real people and i spent too much time wondering what details were real. Because they're all other than her and david straight aaron's character people essentially playing themselves sure. Yeah yeah it. It didn't it. Didn't it didn't do it for me but That's i think. I'm the only person i didn't see it because nevada film critics society does not deem worthy those guys jason. What's your number number three. You talked about the. Hey this is the first movie to make all three of our lists that education corey finley written by mike makovsky. Let's give him a little love. The emmy winner for outstanding television movie. This came out kind. You win lockdown was really. I starting and this was one of the first movies that i really look forward to as a release date in my house. You know so love the look. You mentioned josh thoroughbreds. You know which we all like and we're excited to see what what he does next. And yeah just a a really good movie and you know administrators who embezzled money. Our heroes Okay was that message. Oh never mind yeah no. I think you're right there to give credit to that screenwriter. Mike makovsky because he he helps it feel authentic. He went to that high school not at the time but just a few years later and so he's very familiar with that area and with the culture there so it feels real. I think that's a big reason. Why i and i was just joking about the embezzlement but the characters who do the embezzling have to justify why did it. And i think makovsky as a writer and obviously through performances. You get those those valid justifications based on those points of view last person. I wanna shout out during this movie nother man who's really having an excellent career transformation and as become quite a good dramatic actor. Ray romano in this one. Oh yeah yeah yeah. He's he's really stepped up and since men of a certain age underrated. tv show where he. I kinda showed that range. Roberts that was it was sort of sort of kermit the frog a little. Hey the.
Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report
"Messing is probably best known for her role as Grace Adler on the long running Sitcom will and grace. She has starred in movies and even been the voice behind cartoons. But for the past several months, she has been one of the voices behind a podcast called the dissenters since May Deborah and her co host Donna Damiani have interviewed men and women who have made their. Mark Challenging the status quo but the penultimate episode that aired this month was particularly powerful Deborah and her co host invited Dr Edith Eba eager a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor to share her memories of the past and thoughts on present day politics and the future Deborah is here now to talk about that episode and her own experiences with anti-semitism Deborah. Welcome. Thank you so much. So tell us about this podcast, the dissenters what you're trying to accomplish with each episode and how your conversation with Dr Eager Fit that theme. The dissenters created as a response to the suffering that we saw around our country over the last few years, and also in response to the activists that have stepped forward and taken it upon themselves to try and make things better. My friend Montana Diani, she is the CO host. She was a religious refugee came to the country at six years old she and I have both been very active in activism reading these pieces about these extraordinary people from around the world doing extraordinary things, and we would send them to each other in order to sort of buoy each other when we. Would start to feel overwhelmed and it always sort of kept us moving forward and one day we just realized that as much as was uplifting us it would most likely uplift other people to hear about the works of these what we call accidental activists we wanted to ultimately inspire and empower people to recognize that you don't have to have a certain education. You don't have to have a certain following and social media in order to be an activist all you have to do is just recognize something feels wrong and take one step towards doing something touted doctor eager fit into this lineup. She is a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor. Who came face to face with Dr Mangala when she was a teenager at the camps, she lost her mom and dad and went through horrible torture and trauma, and came to America and created a family and. Got A PhD and has used her experience and trauma in order to help people coming home from war to heal from their trauma. She has written two books and she decided to become a healer. And we just felt like she did not have any idea what her life would be. Once she got out of the concentration camp. Yeah and she was able to look towards the future to have hope and ultimately choose to do something that would help others. How did you first discover Dr Eager Montana and I are just really really curious people. So we are constantly reading. We are watching Ted talks. It was a Ted talk of her that we saw and ultimately we felt given the fact that there is this surge of anti-semitism and racial strife in our country that it felt particularly timely and important to highlight her and her journey because in our research, we discovered that three quarters of millennials who are people who are in their mid thirties do not know what Auschwitz is such a stunning statistic and kind of unimaginable that we felt like, okay. This it's incumbent on us to have someone who was there and lived it to assert that it really did happen and to celebrate her as well. You mentioned the lack of knowledge about concentration camps AJC. Of course, just released its first report on the state of anti-semitism in. America. And found that more than half of Americans don't know the meaning of the word anti-semitism. Some haven't even heard the word before. With Charlottesville and. Is seemingly explosion of white nationalism and Antisemitism Nazis everywhere in juxtaposition to the second wave of civil rights protesting it's very interesting that people don't protest against anti-semitism people flood the streets, for racism. And when you look at Charlottesville, the Nazis were screaming about two groups about black people and Jews. And we really are the most natural allies in the world and it really was just something that I just sat with for a while about like why is it that people don't protest four us? You're Jewish grew up in a predominantly non Jewish environment. Did you experience anti-semitism growing up I? Did? Can you speak to that a little bit? Sure. I remember I was in second grade and we were lining up. To go to Jim and I got in line and a little boy me and said, get to the back of the line Kaik And I didn't know what the word meant the teacher overheard and immediately grabbed the boy and sent him down to the principal's office I. Remember everyone looking at me like I had done something wrong. And as much as I didn't understand what was happening I understood that it would have been better if I just stayed silent and I just wanted the board to come back and everybody to just be normal and stop looking at me and a couple of years later it was Halloween and my grandfather was visiting and we woke up and a swastika was painted on his car. In our driveway. And I recall my mother just standing at the front door looking at it and I felt her fear I felt endanger and I, remember no one said a word. Just, you know my mom said get in the house. And somehow the car disappeared. And we didn't talk about it. and. So it became very clear to me from a very young age that I was an other. That I was different from everybody the community and that difference wasn't good. And Somehow I had taken on a sense of shame about the fact that I was Jewish and I actually recall in highschool. My father was president of the Temple President of the Jewish Federation. My mother was Vice President of the Jewish Federation very, very, very active in the community. And we would stay home obviously for the High Holidays and I remember coming back in after the High Holidays and someone saying, why were you out and I said, oh, it was yom. Kippur and. He got really mad they were like. How come you get that off and you get Christmas off? Why don't we get off and after that encounter anytime I would stay home because of a Jewish holiday I would lie and say that I had been sick. Wow. I WANNA, go back to your conversation with Dr Eager and I'd like for you to share what your biggest takeaways were. It's so powerful because she speaks about will lasting that her mother said to her in the cattle car. That essentially reality is whatever you have in your mind and in your heart. And bad things pass trauma passes and her first night there. Joseph Mangla went into the barracks and made her dance and she loved opera and she said that she got through it because she imagined that she was on a stage and they were playing Makovsky Romeo and Juliet. And she said and I danced beautifully and I loved it. That's how I survived. For me what was really remarkable was hearing everything that she went through and the fact that she landed. was that she was grateful for all of the terror and trauma and pain that she had experienced. She felt that she literally calls them a gift. That is something that is so amped medical to the way at least. I think about someone who has survived the Holocaust it really was a full paradigm shift for me to hear how she got there and ultimately how she healed herself. Yeah. Well, certainly, the testimonies of the survivors are a gift to all of us in terms of preserving the memory and the lessons that we can take from their experiences. So thank you for giving Dr, eager another platform to share that story with another audience that needs to learn and learn the lessons of her experience. I will tell you one of the most moving parts for me was the separation from her mother when they got to Auschwitz and how the experience of children being separated from their parents at the border was a trigger for her honestly I can't do it justice. Let's listen to a clip. Van. Is Show children being separated that their border? I had terrible night mash. Remember him and my mother was. Towed to go this way, I followed my mother. And this guy told me that I'm GONNA see my mother very soon. She just GonNa take a shower and promptly I was on the other side which meant life. So you see mandating trigger today for the me The time and everything was taken from me. Why was it important to include that in the podcast? I. Think when we witnessed that kind of wrongdoing that is really a crime against humanity, it reminds us how fragile we are. That we don't learn from the past potentially and we have to be vigilant every day in making sure that what we are putting out into the world is modeling compassionate. Inclusion.
VCs and Startups Consider HaaS Model for Consumer Devices
"All familiar with software as a service right in a way. SAS has taken over the world. For software and all sorts of enterprise and consumer settings, but even increasingly. In all consumer settings as consumers have gotten used to. You know paying for digital things. I mean you can think of Netflix. As software as a service in a way. Well, are you ready for hardware as a service? Let me give you an example. Noura is a company that makes high. End earphones the NRA phone. For example is what the company calls the world's smartest headphones. You can buy the neuro phones today for three hundred ninety nine dollars, or if you pay ninety nine dollars, ninety nine cents up front and subscribed to pay nine dollars ninety nine cents a month. You can also own the near Afon. This is not rent to own. This is subscribed to us. As long as you keep paying, you can get a new neuro phone device every twenty four months. You can get the over the air software updates that keep the device improving, and Oh, yeah, keep the device working because if you stop paying, the device shuts off. Remember when there was that whole Brouhaha about Sonos end of lifing support for their earliest speaker systems. Yeah, get ready to hear a lot more about hardware service quoting techcrunch. In a recent email exchange Duncan Turner general partner at the x accelerator, which backed Noura described Hass hardware as a service as a great way to keep in contact with your customers and up sell them on new features most importantly for startups, recurring revenue is critical for scaling business with venture capital, and we'll help appeal to a broad set of investors, Haas also often has a low churn as easier to put. Put onto long term contracts and quote the upside to consumers clear. Don't pay for everything all up front, and your freer to experiment with new devices in ways you wouldn't have been otherwise. This is especially important in a world where brick and mortar experience is increasingly rare, even before retail ground to a halt courtesy of covid nineteen. There's also a clear appeal for those who are inclined to frequently upgrade devices quote. It's providing continuous value than it should be worth paying for Y combinator partner Eric Makovsky, tells tech crunch, if not stop using it and move on, it also is more sustainable hardware. These days requires a lot of software to work and the development and maintenance of that software costs money companies that have a continuous source of revenue will be able to continue to improve their product offerings through software updates and quote in two thousand eighteen. Eighteen study analysts parks associates noted a potential hurdle, however quote while a consumer reluctance to pay subscription fees is well documented. Haas models may get more traction. Where more value can be offered at less financial risk to the consumer, the challenges to create a service bundle with clear value that consumers find attractive consumers will pay for services that they perceive as valuable and complete tasks that they cannot or prefer not to do themselves unquote. As another VC is quoted, saying in the peace and I've seen myself over the last few months, startups don't have to be talked into Haas into this new sort of business model. Providing consumers can be talked into buying in as well if there is a new hotness right now in startup pitches at the moment it is basically subscription, but for x that sort of the new uber, but for X, and it's easy to see why this is so attractive to start ups. We've spoken endlessly before about how reliable and easily anticipated revenue is provided by subscriptions. But also if you have a subscription business, consider that you could achieve scale, not at the end of some years long slog through the Dark Valley of losing, money. Imagine, you could achieve scale and essentially bootstrap your way to it off. Your own cash flows from basically day one.
Trump rallies in Iowa as crowd chants, "Lock her up!" about Sen. Feinstein
"That the cavenaugh confirmation procedure should be all about. Due process should be all about the presumption of innocence in the accused, and here is the president going up there out there leading the lock her up chant that he invented. He and his crowd invented, which of course is exactly the opposite of what the Republican party pretended to stand for. Lawrence, you know, one of the things I want to say to everybody who's listening tonight and has friends and relatives and co-workers is that change doesn't come easily. And these numbers are very encouraging for turnover at least of the house come the election for weeks from tonight, but I ran Barbara Makovsky's campaign in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. She was the first democratic woman ever elected in her own right? She and Nancy Kassebaum were the only two women. Senators. We now have more, but I also helped Anita hill in nineteen ninety one. And I came across an old cartoon of specter, Simpson and hatch, all sort of in thug outfits with, you know, battering Rams and whatnot with Nita hill, lying on the floor was a Baltimore Sun, cartoon and the caption was I don't understand why she didn't come forward sooner. My point here is that this is a story that has repeated itself in many ways. As in many times. And so my message to all the viewers tonight who want to see change, who believe there needs to be changed. All the voters that Jen just talked about. If you have early voting, your state go vote. If you can apps and t- ballot vote vote now and if not get out there and vote, if your registration isn't finished yet get ten young people to go out and vote millennials and the pew data are shown to vote less now than any of a similar cohort previously. And so we really need to get out this vote or these numbers will not matter in four weeks and you can rest assured whether it's a summit with the North Korean leader to prove how good a Donald Trump is on foreign policy or jenning up more locker up messages to try to keep his base in rage. He will pull every trick out of the bag. And
Steph Curry, Washington and Hockey discussed on Jason and Alexis
"To go to tennessee today to campaign for republican senate candidate marsha blackburn yet another republicans leaving congress republican thomas garrett in a video released to the washington post said he's leaving congress to focus on recovering from alcoholism and to renew his commitment to family the announcement comes one week after he said during a news conference that he would not drop out of his midterm race in the video he says his alcoholism was known to those closest to him adding that he struggled with the decision to make it public it will be up to party leaders to pick a replacement for garrett in virginia's solidly republican fifth district colonel scott fox news to workers at a flight school in california are under arrest accused of kidnapping a chinese student pilots reading police say they got a phone call from tian xu she's brother in shanghai he said she told him some people threatened him and when he hadn't heard back from him the brother called the cops reading police found she at the municipal airport he told them out of fear he agreed to go with jonathan mcconnachie and kelsey hosur to head employees at a flight training school he'd been enrolled in they apparently told him he was here illegally and the us government wanted him out of the country and that they were going to send him back to china makovsky and jose were arrested at the airport and booked for conspiracy and kidnapping jose reportedly told police they were sending him back because his english wasn't strong enough for air traffic control jessica rosenthal paul fox news the golden state warriors are going to the nba finals for the fourth straight year playing cleveland for the fourth straight time rosca team over there so the other guys we got lock in on that sentences worry about that when we get home steph curry of the warriors beat the houston rockets on tnt in hockey vegas beat washington six four in game one of the.