25 Burst results for "Mariot"

Password abusers of 2020

Talking Tech

02:55 min | 4 months ago

Password abusers of 2020

"So stay tuned after the show to learn more. We're not the only ones who bad job with our passwords companies have a lot to atone for as well dash laying. The password manager likes to end each year with buckets coal for companies. That have not done a good job of keeping our password safe and as always i love reading their chart in letting you know what they have say. I'm jefferson graham. This is talking tech this year twitter. Zoom top dash lanes annual chart of the worst password offenders. His both companies. No tash lane quote allowed their employees and users to fall victim to cyber attacks by using weak passwords unquote. Let me fill you in twitter last july one hundred and thirty verified accounts belonging to barack. Elon musk bill gates. Joe biden and others began to post bitcoin scams because as it turned out a small number of twitter employees fell victim to a phishing attack. Twitter responded by having their employees change their passwords which notes should have happened earlier not later zoom the video meeting app. Which is we've spoken about. Was the most downloaded iphone ipad app of the year. Saw half a million zoom prudential's posted for sale. In april hackers figured out several ways in including credential stuffing and deployment of multiple bots to capitalize on zuma's week and reused passwords potentially compromising more of these users account across the web easyjet the uk based budget airline suffered a cyber attack. The compromised nine million emails itineraries with over two thousand customers credit card. Details breached starwood. The parent company of the mariot mega chain was still recovering from a twenty eighteen data breach when another five point. Two million marietta guests were involved in january hack. The culprit compromised mariot employees log in credentials and on and on. It went the company's lead us down but we need to be more diligent as well with our passwords notes dash lane which says that the average internet user has over two hundred digital accounts that require passwords a figure projected to double to four hundred in next five years so again kids use random and different passwords for every account. You have because repeating the same password note stash. Lane is a lot like using the same key for your house in your car. If someone gets a hold of the keys they now have access to your car. All it takes is for one bad password for hacker to get your information dash line along

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Bytes and Pieces: Americas Chinese-Tech Attack

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:26 min | 8 months ago

Bytes and Pieces: Americas Chinese-Tech Attack

"As the heads of Amazon Alphabet facebook and apple were being berated in Congress, last month how many competitors did facebook ended up copying we called it Amazon heroin. Why does bny steel content from honest businesses tiktok the goofy funny video sharing app was having an altogether better time of it. Golden. Do. Not, so much anymore we're looking at Tiktok we may be banning TIKTOK. Thursday the trump. Issued a deadline of September twentieth for ending all American transactions bite dense to talks parent company as well as with. China's second most valuable, Tech Company ten cent with Para companies based in China apps like Tiktok we chat and others are significant threats to personal data of American citizens not to mention tools for CCP content censorship. China's government called the executive orders a nakedly hegemonic? act. By dense is looking for a fire sale buyer for some of its international Tiktok operations and it seems Microsoft is checking pockets. But the administration's zeal is likely to harm America's interests as well as the Chinese tech champions. We knew a band was in the offing at is still everyone by surprise Thompson booth is the economists technology and business editor I. Think most people were expecting president trump to wait until a a TIKTOK deal had gone through to reach a resolution on whether there would be a ban on not and it's also quite surprised that he's gone after we chat and tencent. And the reaction from the two companies has been quite strong. Bite dance has said that it's GonNa fight the executive orders in court. Well, as you say, there had been some expectations around Tiktok by dense. Why? Why was ten cents included in the end? Well there isn't a certain unfortunate logic to this. If you're going to say that you're concerned about Tiktok on national security and espionage grounds, you sort of have to be consistent and we chat has about nine hundred, million daily users in the US and the executive order basically bans people from making transactions on we chat which it's a sort of super APP. That is really widely used in in China and Chinese diaspora what is the trump administration's rationale for these orders? Do you think so the stated reason from the administration is the Chinese government is spying on Americans and hear the evidence is Circumstantial. So the worry is that Chinese spy agencies have stolen massive consumer data sets from various companies over the past ten years. So from Mariot Equifax anthem health insurance TIKTOK has been downloaded two billion times. It's the mother of data sets. There is no hard evidence that bite dance would ever cooperate in such an endeavor but the idea is that if you've got engineers with access to Tiktok by Don, service than the government could lean on them to get the information out. So that's the stated reason from the trump administration. Think that's enough for the American government to threaten to ban the APP. I gather from investors case to buy dance at the real reason is a level playing field issue as much as the spying concern. So one gathered that in particular. Mark, Zuckerberg of facebook has been outlining pointing out to trump that take talk is wildly successful in the US and yet facebook google than allowed into China. It's sort of the idea of why should tech top able to come to compete with us when we can't do so in the other direction? And as things stand now, Microsoft is the evidence suitor for for Tiktok operations at least in a in a few countries what's in it for them? I think for Microsoft is really stunning opportunity on their part. So bite dance reckons that the TIKTOK US asset is worth in the realm of two hundred billion dollars oversee the pudding, very generous estimate on that. So the price being talked about now that Microsoft might pay and that it's on the block for more life fifteen, forty billion. So it's just a real steel in terms of the price. I'm talking to the hottest social media property out there right now it's uses incredibly highly engaged and Microsoft you out of stroke gets into territory of the social, the digital media giants, and it gets a massive data set on teenagers daters the new oil. Attack, there is lots of sketches in the Microsoft just is kind of getting out of its core competence that it won't really know how to get and keep the teenagers. The other risk for Microsoft is just kind getting dragged into the Mile Strom of content moderation and hate speech and all this kind of stuff that attracts more political scrutiny and then regulatory scrutiny having said that Microsoft is regarded as a really high quality acquirer of businesses it generally tends to do it quite well. Microsoft. CEO Sachin Adela notably is currently probably regarded as the best big taxi. Oh so now we've got this deadline of September twentieth what happens between now and then Firstly, Microsoft going to carry on negotiating to try and buy Tiktok we're seeing more suitors for Tiktok on the scene over the weekend the reports that twitter is definitely interested I know that Netflix's on the coolest the venture capital backers of Bite Don's possibly even Disney I do think the likeliest thing is still the Microsoft probably strikes a deal just because it's got the deepest pockets will also be really interesting to see whether Microsoft manages to get more markets at. The moment, it's only going for the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. It's not buying the UK having the actual executive order from trump will create more uncertainty around Tiktok and there's no doubt that it is already harming the asset. It's no joke said, the clock really is taking on that deal and what about ten cents? It's unclear. What ten cents is going to do it's unlikely to try and sell international we chat as by dance is doing with Tiktok. It's possible that it could come up with some kind of structure to address. US concerns. It's a complete unknown how tencent now is going to react but I guess the question is, is the right way for America to get its concerns addressed with a problem with. It so far as that feels completely sort of ad hoc on his whim. Really undermines investor confidence in the US is the place of the rule of law. And there are alternatives and I think there's three main steps that we would advocate versus to strengthen the vetting procedure that's already in place. So the Committee on foreign investment in the US surface that probes should stop properly and quickly. So in the case of Tiktok and musically the US APP that bike dance bought therefore triggering this whole situation, they took two years to start looking at it and then did it in a rush which guarantees Robert chaotic ad, hoc situation. And overwhelmingly, the US needs to tighten up its own data privacy regime. So the reason that tiktok is such. A worry in terms of spying theoretically is that US firms, your facebook's Google's and so on her normalized that the slurping just masses of personal data from Americans. So what's required is a strong federal data privacy law. The third element is displayed to you can do in. Terms of requiring transparency into the Algorithms being used auditing code that's coming in from overseas for now, the question for those two billion or so people who've downloaded tiktok whether their favourite platforms going to survive or whether the current chaotic procedure that has affected, the company will mean it. It's rivals take it over and teens leave. Thanks very much for your time Tamsin it's been a pleasure.

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"mariot" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"mariot" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"They can change the band around any way they want to. Meanwhile as long as the genius for person keeps producing some Janus there. Anyone on the other side of the hard soft divide. You've got a wave of British bands that came out of the blue scene and a sixties beat scene. Alzheimer's Jimmy. Page Jeff back or putting together these new combinations like Zeppelin and the Jeff Beck group that are bigger and louder and selling a lot more records and more concert tickets in. Anybody's ever sold before. Resolve so the problem in that the female demographic was utterly ignored by those people and also the Put this. There was A. There was room for parody and character in the words they were doing so you wind up with? People like iron maiden, and you know more not well. What are men's well down the road, though outside of our scope? I know it leads to that. They were preparing the ground for that. Absolutely absolutely bet same time black. Sabbath strikes an immense court right away and in retrospect has some of the most direct commentary about the Vietnam War of any ban going. Oh yeah, they they were, but they wanted it in this whole gloom and doom. Pro Gun. Atmosphere that struck accords amount teenagers. And One guy in this hard rock segment. Who didn't leave the girls out? Was Rod Stewart? His from the Jeff Beck Group and joins up with the faces, which is the remains of the small faces after Steve Mariot left a phone humble Pie Peter Frampton what was different about Rod Stewart Ronnie Wood in the faces from these other hard and heavy bands. Well, one thing is roadster spoke at heart he he had been. You know performing with Acoustic Guitar. Street quarters for some of his career and you know he he. Likes fans but. He wasn't wedge to writing his own material he he was cool with interpretation. he's like a louder sound than must focus would would want, but there there were you know heavily acoustic tracks on his records. And he also did these really interesting radical reconstructions of songs, and let's let's hear a song that he basically tore apart and started over this is Rod Stewart on a solo album I? Think backed by much the faces doing the stonestreet fighting man. Charge. Of..

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"When you learn how to navigate a cofounder relationship, you become better at every relationship." - Jen Rubio on mastering communication in a work partnership

Skimm'd from The Couch

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"When you learn how to navigate a cofounder relationship, you become better at every relationship." - Jen Rubio on mastering communication in a work partnership

"John rubio is the co founder of away be suitcases and brand so you see absolutely everywhere we love them. We use them. We have tried them in every single travel situation and they do not disappoint jan. I and her co founder stephanie corey started away in twenty fifteen raising thirty one million in seed financing making away. One of the highest funded female back startups. They performed the amazing feat of securing twelve hundred orders before they even had a prototype in hand in the three short years since then they have scaled their business to travel empire that is currently valued at over one point four billion. It's no wonder that was stats like this. They've been recognized. Cnn is by fast company as one of the top most innovative companies and have been featured on the forbes thirty under thirty list <hes> jen. We are so excited to have you here her and have this conversation thank you. I'm so happy to be here so jen. Welcome to the couch and let's get into it. Let's do it all right. Skim your resume for for us okay so it is all over the place. I don't know if i would have hired myself but i started out <hes> doing supply chain for a big c._p._g. Company then went to tweeting for taco trucks <hes> i was at an a digital agency working for big brands and they did social media for for an ira started up and retail innovation for like a traditional fashion retailer and now we're here away so i know none of that makes makes a lotta sense but it it. It got me to where i am now. Was there a common thread. When you think about all of the experiences that you've had yeah i love the idea of a common thread right because in hindsight you can find one after i kind of left the logistics and supply chain world the common thread was i wanted to do things that connected to people so it was really fascinated by how people interacted with brands by their those brands or products are restaurants. I was really fascinated with how to reach people in new ways. What is not on your linked in profile that we should know about you. <hes> actually a lot so you know to make a lot of those careers which jazz <hes> i had to kind of do other things on the side so at one point i was a personal assistant to a big hollywood director under personal assistant i was i was very good which is very high standards for personal assistant and actually that almost led into me working on a film so this gone and it's only different direction <hes> yeah i had a i had a lot of like weird jobs and jobs that didn't pan out like after after <hes> after i left all saints right before starting away. I actually headed three month stint as a c._m._o. Fruit juice company which was really bad at cal well and that's why you don't know about it just a casual c._m._o. Interim seattle did you always want to be an entrepreneur no not at all and and i have to think staff my co-founder for guiding me into that because it was one of those things where i called her and i was like there's such an opportunity here <hes> there's no great luggage brands grads. There's no no one even really talking about travel the way i think they should be and she was like well. Why don't we do it and that that little thing at the end like never occurred to me. It was just like let me just vent to her. So what what does your day like. What is the typical day for. There's no typical day. I've been been very intentional over the last year about getting to the place. I am today where my day consists less of actually doing the work more spending time with the people to guide the work that they're doing <hes> and that's really really hard for me. Like a way is kabibi. We <hes> we just started. You know it feels like <hes> but now we're in the place and at a size where if i'm the the one doing the work it's probably not very good so i spent a lot of my time with my direct report just like talking about the vision for the company the vision for what they're doing and like really really empowering them to make their decisions <hes> which is really rewarding but i think when things are tough can what makes me feel really helpless so i wanna go back to kind of the curiosity in you because <hes> i think we both started smiling when you talked about side hustles because we're we're big proponents of that i i it's clear that curiosity has kind of been the connective tissue for you throughout your career. We had to choose one and i wanna talk about the transition of how you left sort of corporate route retail to turning. What was you know frustration around what you weren't seeing in the marketplace to obviously the launching point of away so we're gonna go back to the aha moment <hes> first of all. How did you meet staff just kind of walk us through that while steph actually work together at where parker i was the eyewear yeah exactly the unnamed irons i wear startup clutch hurry whereas actually great because she was my work doc wife at worby and we we actually didn't work together on projects which i think is how we establish a friendship you know she was wanna coffees with and got lunch with and went to happy hour with but i also was in meetings with her and like we understood how each other worked and we understood each other's work ethic and what was important to us and we also kinda got trained at the same place so we had the same context going into this and i can't tell you how important that was. It just made it so easy to decide to start the company company together because there was none of that lake getting to know each other to clara's. There's always like oh. That's that's how slowly respond to emails that this but she knew that about me going. You know <hes> and i knew how fast she was. This is a perfect match but i think <hes> having worked together for a few years really helped and <hes> we kind of had no doubts going into it so i want to go back to the partnership part it because obviously the it hits close to home for us but just talk about the idea like how what happened that you were like no one's really doing interesting and travel to this is a really good idea. Yes <hes> so i was in an airport. <hes> i was in between jobs is traveling trying to figure out actually what job i was going to take next and my luggage breaks in the middle of the airport. Are you going <hes>. I was in zurich heading back to london rose still living at the time <hes> think of the end of the trip and it was kind of like this very like cartoony dramatic. I guess the zipper had slowly started ripping apart as i was walking and i turn around and there's a trail of like underwear on so i was like not only do go back and pick up all your stuff so i have this broken bag and i'm asking my friends for suggestions on what bag i should get. You know all my very well traveled france who obviously bring a bag with them. Every time they travel. No-one had a suggestion like half the people. I didn't even know what brand they use found really really <hes> interesting given the nature of the people that i was asking so <hes> it got me thinking about why there wasn't one prevalent recommendation and really dug into the industry a little more super fragmented. There's no brand love. It's like something you need had been totally commodities but i think what got me site is that obviously there's a huge opportunity to talk about travel experiences and the places you're going and all of these things passionate about an nobody in luggage was is doing that like every luggage company that existed was talking about what the nylon was made out over. You know the wheels zippers and the just wasn't interesting interesting. It's been such a short amount of time from. It seemed like when you had that too where you guys are today <hes>. Did you think think about testing the idea did you when we talk about like those twelve hundred orders that you secured before it even really was at market <hes> how did you. I know that this wasn't just a flash in the pan idea but that you could actually build a huge business off this. <hes> i mean i could have been just a flash in the pan. We didn't know until until it wasn't but i think we went into this feeling really confident for a few reasons. I think a lot of people think when you're designing a product starting company you're kind of like two people at a table being like what should it be. We were like we have no idea to really get this right. We we really believe that. You have to go the customers. We obviously didn't have any so we started like survey every single person. We knew we have friends of friends. <hes> stuff was in business school. She would like walk around columbia with like surveys and stuff and we basically just talk to i think eight hundred people to figure out what they need in a bag or and we even went beyond that as people like with their travel pain points were her <hes> and one of them at the time it's less so now was that people could never let people's phones rose diag and couldn't find where to plug it in which is why <hes> original bags like had the battery inside and it was just learned a lot about people needed and what they actually were willing to pay for so by the time we actually developed the product ought. We were really confident that it was meeting the needs and that it was better than anything else out. There versus like an idea that the two of us had i wanna talk about my favorite part part of the away bag. Which is the jail side. Hustle is a spokesperson for away visa travel laundry bag because i still say that <hes> ah yeah. I love that you say that so so big about this. I got a lot obviously for people who've never heard of away. They're like well. What's so special about it and in in some ways. I'm like the world's worst market because i'm just like it's just luggage but like but you'll see because i'm just so yeah it was very because we were so thoughtful in designing it. There wasn't like one gimmicky thing that that's like easy to talk about but what i love about our products is that if you have ten different people in a room mm-hmm who love their way bags you'll get ten different answers on what their favorite thing is about it and i address marking team crazy because never gonna advertised ties laundry by putting that on even know what was their delight factor and that was something we didn't. We didn't thank of like i sure but if you think about it everyone like seasonal hotel you you end up with dirty clothes. I would always feel like the hotel on everybody. Let's yeah <hes> and we're like oh. This is something we can build it and it becomes like a delightful will detail and i think that's kind of the same thought that we put into every single product that we make we have this everywhere bag that fits perfectly on top of the suitcase <hes> somebody wrote in the other day with the most passionate email about how the justice covered the umbrella pocket. There's an umbrella on on the bottom wait. What if you there's little zipper on this little hidden zipper on the side yeah. It's like a a wet bag like umbrella pocket it yeah i put like i just thought flip flops in there. I i need to work. We'll get back to that in a minute but first. Let's talk about something that every guest on this show deals with including us and and that's traveling for business we calculated we are on like twenty three flights a different hotel every night for the month of june on and it was amazing book tour so happy we did it. One of the biggest takeaways is learning about what helps on the road and a great eight hotel is like the only thing we wanted at the end of the day and we found that with a._c. Hotels by mariot <unk> hotels they really built the hotel with designer's eye so every hotel is equal parts just really beautiful to look at seriously look at their instagram but also functional everything from the guest rooms to the lobby to their lounge are designed assigned to know what you need before you need it. It's intuitive which is really really helpful in the u._s. A._b._c. hotels has over forty five locations and cultural hubs with plans to double that not to mention their

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"mariot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is seven twenty here on seven twenty WGN. Heather Sharon coming up here in moment. Talked to her about what happened today. It city council. The first kind of interesting because Lori Lightfoot is not the Mariot. She doesn't get foreign until the beginning of may. So I had to stop myself short right there, as I was about to say mayor mayor elect Lightfoot first city council meeting because it kind of felt like it was obviously she was down state this today talking to the state house in Springfield. But all eyes on her and her decision to publicly back mayor emanuel's plans for tiff funds for Lincoln yards and for the seventy eight Heather Sharon, of course, managing editor at the daily line. She joins us on the line. Now Heather thanks for joining us. And I felt like I wanted to I wanted to say mayor mayor elect Lory Lightfoot first day at city council. But this is this is the end of raw manual, but it re she overshadowed a lot of of a manual today at the council he really did. And it's just crazy week of late night. Things changing. Just by the hour, if not the second, but what sort of I guess, the Oakland is that ended up exactly where we thought we would you know couple of weeks ago about a month ago with the city. Leslie, one point six billion dollars in subsidies massive projects that will really. As we there was a lot. And we kinda talked the peseta's called talk the talk, and there's there's a question on the table right now just about you know, we're we're so early in and we really officially aren't even into her tenure yet. But there's a little bit of questions about on the campaign trail, she was up front talking to activists and others about delaying this vote or really taking a look at at what is in involved with Lincoln yards and seventy eight so is do the the activists and the protesters and people at city hall, including community activists eight they feel betrayed at this moment. I think they do. And I think it's an open question about whether they should. So what today was that mayor elect Lightfoot, essentially, it goes more money within those projects. Eight 'em Lincoln yard that will have to go to minority owned business. So businesses owned by by African Americans and Latinos and also women. The move right now say twenty six percent of has to go to those firms on an x percent have to go to women only. Lori Lightfoot said Nope, that's not good enough and change the agreement to thirty percent for black and Latino own ten percent for women. You know, what are not that sort of changes the underlying sort of deal? I don't I don't think it's accurate to say that. But I think probably I did everything that I could make this the best deal possible. Keeping in mind that I'm not actually Maynard and there were a significant number of aldermen who wanted to approve not only Brian Hopkins whose second word includes Lincoln yards. But I'm a lot of south and Westside alderman these projects as providing the jobs that will move their residents into the middle class either through construction jobs, you know, to get these, you know, massive projects built or, you know, service jobs once they're built in terms of offices are socks or stores that was a lot of pressure to get this. But it's not a mistake that this can win through at Rome of annual council meeting. Is amazing. He went out with a bang. There's no doubt about that. I wanna get to to what happened on the floor with the tributes manual. This was his last city council meeting. But I, you know, back to the this idea of, you know, they're worth thirty plus alderman that voted for both of these projects. And you're right. There were a lot of south and Westside alderman who who feel like this is good for their communities. One of the voices that seems to be I don't I don't just sort of muffled would be the voices of the people in closest to Lincoln yards. And that would be the areas of buck town wicker park on the other side Lincoln park have been staunch opposition to this just because of the headaches. It's going to cause for infrastructure and for traffic. They don't seem to be represented here because both of the alderman their voted. No. But but their votes don't really mean anything. You're absolutely correct. So, you.

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"mariot" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"To Marriott. Bon voyage. You haven't. We'll go. Check it out go to marry dot com or any of the Mariot, including the style would sites and you'll find that all of the branding is Marriott bond. Voi- and fact, you'll find that married bond. Voi- is everywhere Todd to actually find just married branding and the bond boy program. Really, I think is just that loyalty program. It's actually not the the rebranding such but what they've done in an attempt to basically saturate the market with this message about Mary bond voi- is that they've kind of confused their own branding. And so now all of a sudden, I go to every Mary website. And all I see is Mary Bon voyage. And look we can have a whole separate conversation about the merits of that particular branding. I mean, they say on the mayor. Bon Voici that they talk about. I think sort of enhancing your travel experience something which funny way, kind of precludes those people that aren't necessarily going to marry for travel. So if you're just walking down the road, your local Mariot for dinner, then this program's, really not for you. And of course, Bon voyage is really what they've done. They've sort of gone bond voice. Shortened version of bond voyage, which might not make sense. I mean to me, and I think most people Bon voyage is kind of happy journey safe journey have good trip and that Miceli associated really with holidays as opposed as opposed to business. And of course, a huge part of Marriot's guests are going to be obviously corporate guests. So again, we can have an argument about with the bond brand is the right brand for loyalty program different conversation. But I do think that regardless what they're doing right now with trying to shove this bond. Boy message down throat is actually confusing the Marriott branding as well. So marriott. Bon voyage. As far as we know is not the new name for Mariot. It's just the name of their loyalty program. It's just that. They've decided you should be saturated with that message or or right. That's it for

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Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

"To Marriott. Bon voyage. You haven't. We'll go. Check it out go to marry dot com or any of the Mariot, including the style would sites and you'll find that all of the branding is Marriott bond. Voi- and fact, you'll find that married bond. Voi- is everywhere Todd to actually find just married branding and the bond boy program. Really, I think is just that loyalty program. It's actually not the the rebranding such but what they've done in an attempt to basically saturate the market with this message about Mary bond voi- is that they've kind of confused their own branding. And so now all of a sudden, I go to every Mary website. And all I see is Mary Bon voyage. And look we can have a whole separate conversation about the merits of that particular branding. I mean, they say on the mayor. Bon Voici that they talk about. I think sort of enhancing your travel experience something which funny way, kind of precludes those people that aren't necessarily going to marry for travel. So if you're just walking down the road, your local Mariot for dinner, then this program's, really not for you. And of course, Bon voyage is really what they've done. They've sort of gone bond voice. Shortened version of bond voyage, which might not make sense. I mean to me, and I think most people Bon voyage is kind of happy journey safe journey have good trip and that Miceli associated really with holidays as opposed as opposed to business. And of course, a huge part of Marriot's guests are going to be obviously corporate guests. So again, we can have an argument about with the bond brand is the right brand for loyalty program different conversation. But I do think that regardless what they're doing right now with trying to shove this bond. Boy message down throat is actually confusing the Marriott branding as well. So marriott. Bon voyage. As far as we know is not the new name for Mariot. It's just the name of their loyalty program. It's just that. They've decided you should be saturated with that message or or right. That's it for

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"mariot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Wealth of experience from Mariot. You know, you'll. I used to operating in scaled you're used to operating probably with a few more zeros if we're being perfectly illness on a high capacity of rooms and stuff. What is the challenge of coming into a small company like this? And what do you think of the opportunities from having been in that kind of world? So one of the things that I like to think about that. I can bring to design hotels is over the course of my career with merit. I have spent a lot of time working on trying to develop partnerships or it doesn't own the hotels. They partner with owners of hotels, and they franchise, and yes, it is extremely large scale. But the only way that they can be successful is by developing strong partnerships. Most of those hotels are owned by financial owners or institutions and you still need to develop a good relationship. So where I think I can now have an even greater impact. And a lot of fun is by working with individual owners and developing that partnership we work with the hotels, they are individual brand curates up to help support. Our brand. But at the end of the day were distributing their hotel were their help or their partner in terms of trying to put business into the hotel. We leverage the partnership with merit where married has its loyalty program. And that's a channel that we take advantage of in order to put customers into our owners hotels, and that's where I think I can bring that partnership point of view to help make them successful, which in turn makes design tell successful and wh-. Do you think you're going to be the important topics for the hospitality industry and feel self helming design hotels over the next twelve months won't compatible expect to see as you get into full swing this role. What can we expect for design hotels for the next two to five? So what we described to our member hotels back last fall is still something that we're going to pursue this year. Those are organized around making sure of the number one that the brand continues to thrive so in two thousand nineteen you will see engagements with artistic cultural design orien-. Entered individuals that design.

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"mariot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of K Q E D public radio eighty eight point five FM. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. And we're following news. This morning of a massive data breach. One of the largest hotel chains in the world. Mariot has says has said it has been the target of a massive breach of two five hundred million guests who made reservations at Mariot Starwood properties around the world may have had their information compromised. NPR senior business editor Berliner is following us in joins us now. Sorry. Give us exactly a sense of the scope of this enormous. This may wind up being one of the largest tax ever that we know of. As you said approximately five hundred million guests have made reservations, Starwood properties had their information greased about three hundred and twenty seven million of those customers had some combination of this information stolen, their mailing address. Phone number Email address passport number their gender date of birth. Very sensitive important significant information also additionally, the hackers or hacker obtain credit card information for some of those customers. Married says that information was encrypted, but and this is a big it. But there are two components needed to decrypt that credit card information. The hackers may have stolen that too. And I suppose we don't know what this point what the vulnerability was where they where exactly they hacked. No. We don't what we know. Is that Mary it says on September eighth of this year it received an alert from an internal security tool about an attempt to access the woods guest reservation database. And then not until the little more than two months later on November nineteenth married determine that. That was decrypted the information and determined that the contents were fun star woods guest reservation database, Starwood includes a number of hotel properties w hotels, Sheraton Westin. Saint Regis and several others. So lots and lots of people have been staying at those hotels. What what are those guests supposed to do? Well, I mean, they they married says it is setting up a a web dedicated website and call center to answer questions. It's going to be begin sending emails to those affected guests on. You know, they can put a freeze on their credit inquiries. The there are a number of things that can do. But, you know, this is again is a very significant breach of trust by an important company. Right. What about law enforcement? I mean, do we know at this point what what steps they take? Well, no, we have no information about whether it's believed that this was a state actor or common criminals who are trying to obtain this information to to sell it. That those details are are really not available yet. Overall. What kind of impact is this going to have on the hotel industry? I mean, I matched another chains. Are are looking at their security right at this very moment to make sure it doesn't happen to them. I'm sure they will you know, hotel is very personal experience you go in there. And the first thing the hotel does is we need information. We need your credit card information your driver's license. You give them that information with the assumption. That's going to be protected. They don't let you in the room until you give them that information. And in this case that information was. Not protected. So I think this is going to be a very difficult thing for for this company and the hotel industry in general. NPR senior business editor or a Berliner. We've been talking about this massive data breach. We've gotten word of this morning Marriott, Starwood properties announced that five hundred million of their gas may have had their personal information compromised or thanks so much for talking with us and walking us through the story. We appreciate it. Sure thing you welcome. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to a series of lies. He says he lied to congress covering up Trump organization talks about a proposed Trump Tower Moscow. These talks continued even as Russia was moving to assist. Trump's election. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas came by to help us understand how the new information fits in with what was already known. Hey there. Ryan good morning. Okay. So Cohen is acknowledged what he was really doing in two thousand sixteen. There does seem to be other evidence to back him Optus reference to electron communications in this federal document that came out yesterday. So so what was happening in two thousand sixteen in what well in January of two thousand sixteen Cohen was working behind the scenes reaching out to the Kremlin, for example to try to get its help in moving the Trump Tower project forward February I of course, the Iowa caucuses in the campaign take place that really kicks off in earnest, the Republican primaries, and they're still talking about a Trump. Tower moscow. They're still talking about at Trump Tower. Moscow a month later Russian operatives hacked into the emails of Clinton campaign manager, John Podesta a month. Later, Trump delivers the foreign policy address calling for improved relations with Russia. This whole time Cohen is talking to try to move this Moscow project forward June. Seventh is the last big primary day, June ninth. We have the fateful meeting at Trump Tower where Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, Donald Trump junior meet with the Russian lawyer who's offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. This whole time Cohen is still conducting these talks to try to move the project forward June fourteenth news breaks of two Russian hacks of the Democratic National Committee Cohen meets with the business associate in Trump Tower that day to say that he won't be traveling to Moscow to try to push this this project for because he'd been talking about a trip to Moscow, and he also throughout this period seems to have been informing individual one as the document says that's clearly the future president of the United States about what he was doing and keeping him abreast the whole time. Yes. Okay. So now the. President has said that Michael Cohen is a liar and this week. Those are some of the words that he used yesterday. But he also appears to acknowledge the truth of everything that Cohen is now saying at least in general terms, here's what Trump says to explain what he was doing. I was running my business while I was campaigning. That was a good chance that I wouldn't have one in which case I would have gone back into the business. And why should I lose lots of opportunities? Okay. So he admits he was running his business while he was campaigning. He's tweeted again today saying that he was just having some discussions about a possible business deal in Moscow. But what does this plea deal mean for the president? Well, this plea deal is a big deal. It provides a couple of new puzzle pieces to help fill in the picture about contacts between Trump it has associates with Russia, and if you look closely at the court papers, you definitely get suggestion that prosecutors with a special counsel's office a whole lot more than is currently public. That is NPR's.

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Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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Marriott workers are on strike

Ethan Bearman

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Marriott workers are on strike

"Thousands of housekeepers cooks and other workers at Marriott. Hotels are on strike in San Francisco and San Jose after months of unsuccessful wage negotiations. A spokesman for the unite here. Local union says about twenty five hundred Marriott hotel workers were picketing outside at least seven hotels in downtown. San Francisco workers walked the picket line outside the Ritz Carlton, the palace hotel, the w hotel and the Mariot marquee union. Officials say many members have to work at least a second job to make ends meet Marietta. Officials say the hotels will continue operating.

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"mariot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"For and why? My wife's pissed off and the dog just took a dump in the living room. I wanna then not turn on c. span at that point, find out whatever tweet Trump's that out. I want to see this cable at home. So I'm here to tell you pump this shit into every living room across the nation, but unnecessary here. Yeah. It's a channel and every other hotel room I write. And as in your similar else, right. Not here. Right. So when I'm at, yeah, that always reminds me because when I went to the Detroit Marriott. Detroit Marriott and up on the second floor. And it was snowing, and I was looking at the freeway, and you know. There's like signs on the freeway, like free abortions and dental work. You know. Will replace any two for seven dollars and it was snowing, and there was a guy like there's a cigarette machine and a guy trying to smoke, and it's like looking at it was such a sad, Tableau, and then I turned on the TV and it was other destinations in the Mariot family and. Coli maui. Eagles nasty. You can stay there and that made me insanely depress. So let's take this channel and let's let's push it out to our home, shall we people and we don't need it here. And if you find yourself watching it in your room, you're loser unless you're band member who needs to take a shit. You are a hero. Thank you. See also, oh, I tried to take a shower today that didn't work out. That's a tough shower. Well, first off the promise of the Gooseneck this thing, it's like, oh, I can control the heavens with this all this. Take it. It's it's a wand, the ones, yes. I'm king of all I survey with this and cord that shoots out watered to PSI and it was very self. I found myself like arguing with the thing, turning that thing and everything, and they start thinking the tub always works. Tub always is soon NAMI of water. And then you try to turn the thing. The thing just like a hamster pisses on your head, and then you press the thing and it's still pouring down thing. And then I thought, wait a minute. I don't take Baz. I don't know anyone who takes Baz in hotels or in very small quarters. By the way, we're at c. you shouldn't be sitting in a body of water when you're sitting in a body of. Water that's called gilding the lily people, and you will be punished by the almighty if you do that. So I was thinking to myself everywhere I go like every hotel room, I travel the country. I go all of the places step over the thing. Don't slip. Try to make the try. Try to make the transition from the tub spigot into this thing. Don't slip on the way out. And then I thought, who's taking all these fucking baths at sea and hotels like you're here for thirteen hours when I travel, you're at the fucking I took a bath that the Detroit Marianne, no, fuck everyone in your bath. And then I start thinking the same thing I was thinking when I was next to the chick, not in this room, but next chick at the coffee, STAN, and she was like out of de Kathy and their friend is like we're out of d, do you want you went teen, fuck you. You don't like coffee. We're out of nothing. You're out of Brown water. Bitch, hit the bricks. What I thought. I think I take three baths every eleven years. You're, you're all going to win this. This live. I took a bath on Thursday. Now tell you sit on a point. You took a bath, Thursday. Fair upgrade to a heart shape. The middle zone. You mentioned you're not good at east to don't have. Yes, yeah. Maybe positive. Thursday, you mentioned you don't have Danny to. She's has and to a lesser degree of Christie and I have, which is we walked up to the hotel. We checked in around two o'clock and we both have gold status at the particular chain and part of the gold status upgrade if it's available, is there an upgrade available? They said, we're all sold Alabama grade..

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"mariot" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Okay. I want jump into my guest today. Join me. As I said before, Jeff shore president of short consulting author of wrecks Guijo a couple years ago called be bold and win the sale and say, we're talking about the shortcuts that customers was resort to in their decision making. Says shortcut, for instance, could be that easy equals right, right easier. Something has to grasp the writer, unquote writer. It feels. Jeff talk. We're gonna talk about likability. Why how much I like you leads to how much trust you. Well, we'll talk about price equals quality in the minds of some prospect in other shortcut. So you stick around make sure you check all those out. All right. Let's jump into it here with Jeff, Jeff. Welcome to the show. Always a pleasure. My friend always always good to talk to you end up feeling like a little bit challenged FAA talk to you that good thing. Well, good. I'm glad. Learning experience, both directions. So today, I mean, where are you today? Just so we set the, I'm in my home office in northern California where it's protectively gorgeous right now. Where are you today? Any? I'm in southern California. There you go. I'll be down there in a couple of weeks. All right. Well, Yep. In San Diego. Yeah, actually it'd be down there Monday for the birth of my second granddaughter, and then we're holding big event at the Mariot marquee on the twelfth and thirteenth right there on downtowns. I can see it right here from window there. It is. There you go. Well, you have to come on by. I don't think I'll be here, but. So gosh, we're gonna talk about decision making. Yeah today. And so and supposed to be what you're talking about decision making shortcut. So tell us what you mean by decision making shortcuts? Well, I think you know if you if you study in look and see what, what, what people are saying with this experts are saying these days about economics and decision making theory, the fact is that there are just too many decisions to make. It's very difficult to make them all consciously in the front of our brain. And so we're constantly relying on shortcuts in order to make it easier to do that sometimes referred to as heuristic. But the idea that you know when when when I meet somebody for the first time, if I'm a customer and I'm walking into their place of business or into an appointment to talk to a sales rep for for a firm on what's happening in my mind, I'm. Actually making thousand decisions all of the same time. Most of them are non conscious, but I'm going into that environment and there's so many things decide that if they were all in the front of my conscious, my brain would explode churns gonna rely on on shortcuts along the way. Right. I mean this obviously, it's the the premise that we've seen a lot of books thinking, Estelle, slow and others about yes, system. One thinking you're consciously habitual thinking versus here. Their cognitive challenge thinking right. The sort of the analogy if you will, that. If we weren't driven by habitual behaviors. Yeah, we'd be sleeping all the time like dogs, right because we need, we'd be exhausted. We need to rest our brain because I've my dogs is when they're wake paying close attention to us. Right, looking for cues and signals and so on..

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Tech firms should be made liable for 'fake news' on sites: UK lawmakers

The Takeaway

04:14 min | 2 years ago

Tech firms should be made liable for 'fake news' on sites: UK lawmakers

"Change at any moment but we are. Even seeing fire. Tornadoes I'm so it was very very extreme you could potentially see any kind of fire. Behavior out here it really is dependent on the weather and Anthony says hot and, windy conditions, today could Fuel more extreme fire behavior for NPR news I'm Sonia Hudson in, Shasta county British lawmakers are planning to announce tomorrow. Recommendation that the UK government increase oversight of social media like Facebook and other tech firms as Larry Miller reports from London a parliamentary committee wants the firms to be made liable for harmful and misleading material on their sites house of Commons committee report says. The unregulated social media, landscape is like the wild west hit claims Britain faces a democratic crisis with voters manipulated and targeted with, print issues views the committee investigated disinflation, and its impact on the referendum it. Also considered possible Russian interference, the report. Recommends social media regulation and a Levy on companies to finance. Digital literacy earlier this month Facebook was fine by the, UK's information Commissioner for providing you User data to Cambridge which was then. Used to influence voters, to support Brexit for, NPR, news I'm Larry. Miller in London the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul. Manafort begins Tuesday as NPR's Amy. Held reports special counsel Robert Muller has submitted a long list of potential witnesses Manafort has pleaded, not guilty to tax and Bank fraud charges related to income from, Ukrainian clients the charges largely predate the time Manafort worked on the Trump campaign but arose during Muller's. Investigation into Russian election interference of, the thirty five people on the potential witness list Rick, gates manafort's, former business, partner and Trump campaign aide, is expected to be a key. Witness gates was, indicted at, the same time as Manafort but. His pleaded guilty to charges related. To conspiracy to hide millions of dollars and to lie to investigators about it he's cooperating with prosecutors. Amy held NPR news Washington this is NPR this is w NYC in New York I'm Lance lucky Rudy Giuliani says the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run, for mayor was his staunchest ally and greatest defender the former mayor was. Among the mourners guy Molinari's. Funeral mass today at Our Lady Queen, of peace Roman Catholic church on, Staten Island Molinari died on. Wednesday at the age of eighty nine the lifelong Staten. Island residents served as a state assemblyman and five term congressman in the nineteen eighties he was. Also borough president a Philippine court. Has granted a US government requests to extradite a Filipino doctor suspected by US authorities of being an Islamic state group sympathizer and plotting bombings. And shootings in New York City concert venues subway stations and Times Square the court ordered Russell. Lingerie Salik to be extradited to the US to, face the charges Selleck who's denied the charges can appeal the ruling solid allegedly sent about four hundred dollars from the. Philippines to an undercover, FBI agent posing as, an, Islamic extremist to. Help fund the Planned attacks according to court documents made public in New York The arena where the NBA's Brooklyn nets and the NHL New York Islanders play is. The latest venue to make plastic, straws thing of the past Brooklyn's Barclays center said this week it will switch to starless drink lids. Or, straws made from composed able alternative materials by next. Year Nassau Coliseum on Long Island will also drop plastic straws they're the latest partners in a movement to eliminate plastic straws because of harmful environmental impacts the city of Seattle along with Starbucks Mariot Hilton Hyatt. And American Airlines have, also announced plans to abandon plastic straws Barclay center and Nassau Coliseum estimate their. Straw bands will divert more than five million straws. From landfills each year WNYC support. For NPR comes from Babbel a, European, made, language learning program babbled teaches practical conversation in Spanish French German and other languages available in the app store. Or online at b. a. b. b. e. l. dot com.

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Marriott Reveals Global Overhaul For Nearly 450 Sheraton Hotels; Balancing brand integrity and brand growth

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Marriott Reveals Global Overhaul For Nearly 450 Sheraton Hotels; Balancing brand integrity and brand growth

"Industry investment conference mariot finally revealed its plans to refresh the sheraton brand from the moment we closed the style would merge in late two thousand sixteen the revitalization of sheraton has been a top priority for our company that's what anne sorenson who's the president and ceo of merritt international said at the event at its core the sheridan story to me is a great example of this balance between brand integrity and brand growth you say the sheraton hotel brand was founded in nineteen thirty seven in the us the company listed on the new york stock exchange about ten years later and by nineteen sixty five had opened a hundred hotels starwood hotels and resorts worldwide inc acquired the brand in nineteen ninety eight and today there's more than five hundred sheraton hotels and resorts in more than seventy countries around the world ensure they've kind of put a lot of flags in the ground and maintaining brand integrity across all those flags that's not an easy task many would say that the brand hasn't actually done a great job of that either so what went wrong what can we learn from this well i think that was a few things first of all moving goalposts as with many industries over the past twenty years or so

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"mariot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"At the major at at our medical centers where we can't one of the problems i have to be very frank with you one of the problems is staffing it you can build the most beautiful clinic but if you can't staff it you really haven't provided what the the the woman veteran needs so at the same time then you attempt to contract with obgyn clinicians to come in i think they're attempting to do that we're not where we need to be but we are going to get there because of the focus the comments that you've just made because of the focus on it and because that is the need into the future i mean why would you know a young woman want to go into the military maybe even serve a career with a belief that you know i served my country my country is going to take care of me when i leave especially if i have incurred illnesses or injuries as a result of my service that is an expectation that is a promise that is that the country makes you've heard it it's it's kind of cliche cliche ish but it's true it's true that's a promise we owe it to you so like i said make it personal and make sure your voice is heard deputy da secretary thomas bowman this morning in washington at an event on veterans homelessness hosted by the national coalition for homeless veterans we go live now to the washington mariot where the truman center for national policy is holding a national security conference we join it live defense and she's a deep background and she's a european security in any relationship and you know many of the values that into community this is the moderator leo neil of the german center finally have gang who is vice president of the national security program at third way in this role she's a now built on her extensive professional experience where she was chiefofstaff show defense policy adviser to senator ted kennedy as you served in the house permanent select committee on intelligence and the house armed services committee so we have a wide range on expertise here on the.

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"mariot" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"All the difference you were talking about my home with sweets team alumnus employees are still there thirteen years later well well is there a common thread i mean you mentioned the mariot you mentioned hilton than you mentioned whatever and whatever what what is aside from the you know the focus on staff is there a common philosophical underpinning is there something that pose it altogether i think so i think regardless of whether or not you're a brand or an independent hotel and regardless of where you're located if the ownership takes care of the employee's the employees will end up taking care of us when we're guests and the guests will be so happy and thrilled they will drive commentary on social media whether it's trip advisor or any social media outlets facebook whatever it is and all of a sudden where it used to be one person would tell another person now it's one person ends up telling five hundred up there yeah and on twitter tweet every day and i don't post on facebook for business i have a staff that posts because the fifteen hotels i couldn't possibly keep up with instagram pinterest facebook and and all that i do i do look forward to hearing from any of your listeners who want information because to this day the first people and responsive to our guests and employees before we went on the air you you rattled off a list of destinations in which are a our hospitality properties are located and because none of them are called r a our hotel you know it's a coordinating if you go to that site you're going to be looking at and there's a link from as abrahams dot com s a b.

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"mariot" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Society for academic emergency medicine at the gw mariot a little overwhelmed and humbled by this award i i know the the meaning of being a fag more and he would have been tremendously humbled rogers was a doctor and educator who served until his death as director emeritus at the school of medicine's emergency medicine program it is five thirteen a sea of red shirts took over downtown raleigh and a historic march for north carolina's public education center system the teachers there were outside demanding that they raise the raise their wages they're a rally for respect thousands attended donning red t shirts and holding signs at least forty two districts were forced to cancel classes for that day the march follow strikes earlier this year in arizona kentucky oklahoma in west virginia which all lead to higher pay the woman who sells led to medical miracles will now be honored at the smithsonian institution museum the mrs smith sonian unveiled a portrait of henrietta lacks this week it will hang inside one of the main entrances of the national portrait gallery through november lax was black tobacco echo farmer who died in nineteen fifty one from cervical cancer during her treatment a certain harvested her cells without her consent scientists call them he lost cells those cells have allowed for advances in cancer treatments aids research cloning stem cell studies and much more the former florida school resource officer criticized for his response to the parkland school massacre as getting a hefty sized pension scott peterson state pension is more than eighty.

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"mariot" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on KGO 810

"Does call for some rain light rain we're talking sprinkles tomorrow possibly sun saturday morning then just cloudy on sunday will start to warm things up next week heather game the the the the down thing for being quiet because i was talking to the background i like that do you do that perfectly didn't miss a beat she's talking there's everything's gone and she's going like chips showed so utah students who have problems with their final exams in the stress and this stressful at the at the school in utah which i guess is university of utah they have a think all the cry closet that you can and they have little teddy bears and stuff in the way way wait what you want to start over i it's it's i saw i thought see what they were doing these college students at me go from the top guy what part of i i don't know why even talk we're just saying she's she's in awe of their and i want to use the p word boat i won't is trying to help kids who i'm been hard time with stress during the finals they gave him a thing called a cry closet and the small room in the middle of the mariot library on salt lake city campus features a narrow door with dark lining plush florence stuffed animals inside according to fox thirteen in salt lake place for stressed out students a note on the door reads space is meant to provide a place for students for finals to take a short ten minute break the schools communication specialists johnny cunningham told the tv station that the cri closet has mainly for students are feeling overwhelmed with the stress of final what's really going on in there right wicky need some worldly yeah what does that mean quick i'm like it's really embarrassing i'm looking at this picture of the closet it's like in the middle of the hallway it looks like you don't even want to be seen walking in there i know it is our house just landed in the middle of the library a safe place for students you know what why don't you students how to handle their stress during this stressful time instead of that we go into the closet.

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"mariot" Discussed on FT News

FT News

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on FT News

"The financial times this is fda news in and jilts se chinese regulators have publicly reprimanded a string of foreign corporations concluding qantas zehra and matt it for labeling tibet and taiwan as independent countries in online dropped on menus companies operating in the region not coming under pressure to respect china's political sensitivities in an increasingly nationalistic chinese consumer market 50s emily fang an edward white have written an article about this issue and join me from hong kong to discuss this to you first emily china's always objected to mentions of taiwan as anything other than eight chinese territory but what is different about the latest campaign prison background the sovereign status of taiwan tibet even hong kong and seeing geologists this massive western region and china is still being contested and that reflects china's history as a sort of modern day empire in which a lot of its border areas have only been acquired in the last century and at certain points in the last few decades portions of the citizens in these regions had advocated for more independence from china and even full up separation from it however the powersthatbe in beijing since founding the country in 1949 have always taken a really hard line when it comes to china sovereign borders they are unequivocal in affirming that taiwan tibet and so on are and always will be sovereign territories of china and anything that even mildly hints otherwise this labelled as splittism which is a charge that the kim to treason within china so in mary it placed taiwan and tibet on the level of country is in this dropped on many o on this customer survey they provided chinese authorities who are eager to find a foreign corporate scapegoat with a really easy target and as a result mary it were given this really rare punishment by local cyberspace authorities they were order to take down their website within china for a full week and the pressure they faced was so great that it ceo in the us even issued a public statement from the company that stated mariot quote respect since.

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"mariot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Greedy foreigners with the knives causing a piece of fruit that's the way that the chinese in terms of image in terms of the sort of world view felt at that time and there's a lot of that still remaining in the historical memory today warren let's look at it from the other point of view i guess mary international so huge sprawling hotel chain interests globally and i guess that their interests in terms of the chinese market a matched will probably outweighed even by their interests in the chinese market overseas visting their hotels course around the world uh how difficult a task does it remained for even these big wellpracticed big blue chip names to to to navigate some of the quite unique demands of the chinese market and of the sort of constraints and an and demands which were issued from beijing it cements lee difficult navigate though shells and actually in some ways it's becoming harder the general assumption for long time is entering the chinese market was a question of waiting for market street deregulate regulations and barriers to come down the century china to become part of a much will globalised market and there are aspects of that which true i mean the fact that you could stay at a marriott hotel which is obviously very big international brandname it is one example but if you look down at the structure of how those companies to put together the stolen or barriers i mean one is that so someone at mary mariot doesn't get to operate independently in china they had to be part of a joint venture with a chinese partner and what are the most interesting developments but very unusual what's happened in the last few months is that all companies will corporates in china including foreign corporates and now expected to incorporate a cell of the chinese communist party inside the actual company now this is something that clearly is not gonna be internationalized ridi is something that's very specific to china and under.

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"mariot" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Slate's Working

"I mean i know uh david said a few anchors but he's still consistently worked with danny over the years and now it's time to hear from our sponsor chase mary it you work hard so give yourself the bonus you deserve with a credit card that's exclusively for business owners get the mary it rewards premier business credit card and let your business take care of you for a change with eighty thousand bonus points after you spent three thousand three thousand dollars that is on purchases in your first three months from account opening eighty thousand bonus point also enjoy it many more benefits including a free night stay every anniversary and five points per dollar spent at participating mariot hotels learn more at mariot premier business dot com slash working back to the show do you ever had the opportunity to add details dupage and we talked about texture and uh variations of light in such but uh are there were moments when you want to throw something into the panel that uh clayton didn't put in there yes some early on in our working career um i was adding the dry brush which again is when you have a brush i'm just for the viewers who don't know is you can dip a brush in a year pot of ink in it's very black in rich in um dislike when you first dip a paint roller or a a paintbrush into a can of paint the the paint comes out and at some you know very fluid in its solid um on the wall or the paper whatever you're working on an dry brush is simply that the brush is drying out so it creates at a rough texture almost like if you took a piece of paper and laid it down a sidewalk in did rubbing you can get that grit.

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"mariot" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Slate's Working

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"mariot" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on Slate Money

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"mariot" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mariot" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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