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"mark stewart" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:53 min | Last month

"mark stewart" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It's here and now Have you been to calls the department store lately The one near me in the Virginia burbs not a lot of foot traffic But something interesting is happening there And if you look closely there's a line of potential buyers for the discount chain Why Well Mark Stewart covers business and economics for us and Mark what's the buzzer recalls Why is it attractive First of all location It's a big part of it Kohl's has more than 1000 stores in 49 states You know you often see them in strip malls or on the way to a larger mall So they're easy to get to But in addition Scott these are stores that are only one story tall just one big floor And that's actually a very big deal according to Joshua Williams He's an assistant Professor of fashion management at Parsons school of design here in New York We just find that customers aren't going up to the floor two or three or four And in many cases that means a lot of product is just not being seen by the customer So Kohl's is all on one floor which means that when you walk in you can scan very quickly You can see things and know if what you're looking for is available So Cole seems to be doing something right here Mark If the company gets sold to a buyer is a regular coal is going to look the same or might it be different That is to be determined There's been a lot of talk about JCPenney having interest in the store that was initially reported by the New York Post I've not independently verified that or heard back from them but broadly speaking I mean there's always the potential for change Kohl's has had some successful partnerships with Sephora the big cosmetics chain It's been a place where you can return your Amazon purchases So what would all of that look like in the future Also if you go to a coal store I mean in the past there's been a lot of brand names but there's also been a shift in retail to create private labels Those are some of the questions that could come up if there is a shift in ownership or leadership And it's interesting chapter at Kohl's does it tell us anything more broadly about where the American department store is headed Well clearly things are changing to an extent especially post pandemic but department stores I think Scott will be a part of our lives in some form Take a listen to retail analyst Stacy woodlands The consumer loves a treasure hunt They love to physically be out there and discover I think online will kind of settle in the 35 40% range for apparel maybe 50% for some brands So Scott I think there will be some kind of compliment between a traditional store and then the online shopping experience at home We'll see Mark Stewart is business and economics.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Carter, huge jessamine, Dustin Brown, Brent seabrook, Robert Nielsen, Steve bernier, Zach parisi, Eric Farr, Ryan gets left, Brent burns, Mark Stewart, Mark Antoine, Ryan Kessler, Mike Richards, Anthony Stewart Brian Boyle, Jeff tambling, Corey Perry, Patrick keefe, and Sean bell. You know who I would take if I had to redo this draft first overall? Patrice bergeron. Take it in the second. Really? Taken in the second round, 45th overall by Boston. Okay, fair. And gets off number two. You wouldn't pick flurry first? No. Oh man. The goaltending is such a, that's such a good base. And he went on to win three cups, not saying he factored in two of them. For reason my top three still, but I don't know. It's like personal. I guess you could really argue bergeron or get stuff. And I think if you could redo it, most people would say, or Weber, Weber shut down as well. Boom, that's how I was going to say webby, man. They had big D, you build around Jared type fucking demon. Absolutely weba. Wow. Well, that was a fun little game. Yeah, all right, moving right along. Another Hall of Fame. Marion hos, his number 81 is going to be retired by the Chicago Blackhawks sometime next season, a date has not been announced yet. He officially retired on Thursday as a Blackhawk after signing that one day deal so he didn't have to retire as an Arizona coyote. I think that's where they shipped this car. He's the 8th Black Hawk to have his number retired 1134 points in 1309 games played, of course, he won three cups in Chicago, also played in three straight cup finals with three different teams. A trophy is the only guy that did that, but that's a pretty distinctive thing. Do you have any coyote? Jersey retirement night as well. They should match the pronger, datsyuk. Yeah, that we should just, we should put the statues up to now, get a good deal, like a three pack combo. You know, get a little bargain on it. Maybe it's one of those statues where it's like a horse bottom and they come out as like the different heads. What do you call those things? I have no idea. Do you know what I'm talking about? What like a person in the top and horse legs in the back? Yes. I think is it a minotaur? Am I sure I think? I think I'm in a tour. Let's do a mentor. There's another Hall of Famer that kind of just calling it quits. Do we got that? Doug Wilson, San Jose. After 19 years, Doug Wilson stepped down as general manager of the San Jose shocks. He's not retiring, so he may pop up elsewhere. He's just the fourth guy in NHL history with 1000 games played in 1000 games as a general manager. Even though they haven't won a cop, he definitely built the hell of a contender there for a long stretch. Only Pittsburgh and Boston have won more games and have more points than San Jose while under Doug Wilson. Only the pens have appeared more playoff rounds, 31 to 30. They had 5 Western Conference final appearances. They got to these 2016 Stanley Cup before they lost the Pittsburgh. The team, they said they're going to take their time finding a new GM owner hassel plattner. He doesn't want a full rebuild. He wants someone to come in and take over this team right now. They have cap isn't tough shape though. I sent the link over to you guys. He's going to have some work to do, whoever the new GM is, but any words on Doug Wilson stepping down. Well, I think it was Eliot Friedman was saying that John Ferguson junior, who's the assistant with the coyotes might be one of the frontrunners. And I think the comments from ownership were, they want somebody who's maybe a little bit more vocal and more of a presence and maybe talks to the media more. I think Doug Wilson, first of all, unreal job during his entire time there. I would say probably one of the top GMs found it fascinating that they've only had two GMs in the whole length of the franchise. I don't know if you mentioned that off the hop and you talk about the sustained success. Western Conference Finals you had 5 of them, one Stanley Cup finals, you had one president's trophy and they'd be playoffs 14 times during his 19 years. So a very, very impressive run. I think that the some of the deals maybe as of late would have, you know, we're still going to see how that ends up transpiring, but overall body of work fucking hell of a job man sustained excellence and enjoy retirement, well deserved. I don't know if you would say a Hall of Famer as a general manager too. Is that fair to say what you need to win a Stanley Cup to get that consideration? Probably, but I mean, I think the run he added to be that good of a player 8 time all star Hall of Famer Norris trophy winner and to turn it into being able to build the team that successfully it's just an amazing run by him and I hope everything's going on going well. I know he took a step back and nobody really knew what was going on. I think he's pretty private, but yeah, it's just a hell of a career on both business side and playing side because he's been able to really kind of figure it out and build a team that so many people picked up to win Stanley cups. They couldn't get over the hump at socks, but it is interesting, but it's like where they go from here because they've handed out they usually didn't hand out long-term deals and then they gave 8 years to burns. They gave 8 years to Carlson they gave 8 years to get sure they just gave 8 years to hurdle. They gave 8 years to vlasic. So they were chucking them around constantly and it's been a tough little goal, but like the owner mentioned in terms of not wanting a full rebuild, I wouldn't expect that because I don't think if hurdle heard that that was the plan, he would have resigned. So they're going to have to open up cap space to probably going to have to buy out vlasic. They're going to have to make some tough decisions there personnel wise because there needs to be a turnover and a quick turnover if they don't want to have a full complete rebuild and talk about a fucking man rocket, too..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:04 min | 7 months ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It's here and now the work from home thing remains a thing two years into this pandemic So many of us have relocated to places that are cheaper to live but to worker salaries adjust downward as well Let's talk about this with business reporter Mark Stewart Mark welcome back Thank you Scott Always nice to be here Okay say I've worked for years in New York City And then I do this COVID move to a place like Alabama cost of living as much cheaper in general What happens to my salary What's happening in the marketplace now I mean this is the question Scott confronting employers and companies across the country right now And the answer at this moment really does vary from employer to employer I've reached out to some companies to get a look at the landscape Google for example note it's compensation policies have always been determined by location but then on the other hand you have a company like Zillow and moving forward Zillow will allow most employees to work from anywhere within the U.S. and Canada They can voluntarily relocate without having their pay reduced As one recruiter told me this is a complex question because it could depend on where you live your company what your role is and lawyers may have to get involved about where you pay your taxes for example So this is not a simple question This is something that is plaguing corporate America right now This depends situation is happening in this broader environment where the American worker has a lot of leverage right now We're in the middle of this great resignation We almost don't have enough people working or looking for work So if a company wants to cut my salary will that backfire The employee I can leave I can find another job Absolutely And if you look at this issue retention is really another lofty challenge that is facing companies right now because as we have seen during the pandemic replacing someone it takes time it takes money and that collective cost it's great One recruiter said to me you almost have to re recruit the employees that you have And this is not about pay raises This is about mentorship personal development taking classes tuition reimbursement because if you have someone who is enjoying work at the company you want to keep things that way You want to retain that person But with so much moving these days it's very difficult Mark does this tell us something bigger about how the workplace is shifting It is shifting And there is this idea of purpose that's being discussed is everyone in a company part of a bigger mission It doesn't matter what you do no matter your department whether you are white collar or blue collar This is very important to younger workers And I talked about this with sudol Neely She's a professor at Harvard Business school And shame on us if as organizations as employers we don't recognize that we have hit a pivotal moment And those of us who get it will get the best talent will retain the best talent diverse in all the ways that we value Bottom line Scott things like free food that have been embraced by tech companies in the past just doesn't cut it anymore Yeah And maybe not foosball either Mark Stewart is a business reporter based inexpensive New York Mark thank you very much Scott be well A date which will live in infamy The words of FDR are still echoed today as we Mark 80 years since the Attack on Pearl Harbor Japan's surprise bombing just before 8 o'clock in the morning on December 7th 1941 prompted the U.S. to rush into World War II That attack killed more than 2400 people.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Developments in afghanistan as the taliban gains ground. So many afghans are desperate now to leave the country. They're fearful of what is to come. Plus earnings from door dash airbnb and disney. And what they say about our pandemic lives. And the oldest millennials evaluate their financial security. It's friday august thirteenth. I'm mark stewart with the wall street journal. Here's the am edition of what's news the top headlines in business stories moving your world. Today we begin in afghanistan where it second largest city canada har- has fallen to the taliban. The fall of kandahar and other cities has given the taliban full control of southern and western afghanistan allowing the insurgent movement to pool its forces for a final march on the capital of kabul. As we talked about last night the us is moving to evacuate diplomatic personnel from its embassy. They're sending additional troops into the region for support. The us is cutting its diplomatic presence there to just an essential core. Here's pentagon press secretary. John kirby last night this is a temporary mission with a narrow focus. As with all deployments of troops into harm's way our commanders. Have the inherent right of self-defense. In any attack on them can and will be met with a forceful and an appropriate response. There are many layers to the story. We'll discuss it further with one of our reporters covering the region of it later in the podcast the us food and drug administration has authorized. Covert nineteen vaccine booster shots for certain people with weakened immune systems a third dose of the pfizer. Biotech or madonna. Vaccine's will be available to immuno-compromised people including those who had received an organ transplant..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"As new york city prepares to require people to show proof of vaccination against kobe nineteen for indoor activities such as dining gyms and events. We want to look at what. Life's like in some parts of europe. Where such proof is already required. France and italy have begun requiring proof of vaccination among other measures in order to dine at restaurants. Sit down and cafes or attend sporting events to get a better idea of how this works in the role it could play in vaccination efforts were joined by the wsj's nick cost off. He covers business from his base in paris. Hey nick we're glad you're here. Thank you nick. Let's first talk about logistics. How exactly does this work right. So how it works. Is that if you are fully vaccinated or if you have a recent test. Negative tests less than seventy two hours. You get a qr code onto your application on your phone and now if you're going to a restaurant or a bar or even now it's mandatory for long distance transports to get around the country on trains on buses on internal flights. You have to show his. Qr code and somebody restaurant for example with the phone. Scan your qr code. They'll check your identity card check. The is indeed you and then you'll be allowed to eat at the restaurant or to take your play your or your train your or your bus and what about for americans or tourists. Who are planning to head to. France or to italy or the greater eu so for tourists were planning to head to france or italy. You most places have been accepting cd cards nor places do so. There's a way that you can exchange your cd card. What is generally works in europe with your cdc called online before you travel and say that's operational. Now that can be

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Are reinforcing safety and prioritizing it or even prioritizing life work balance it's a tight labor market employers really have to listen to what their employees want and where they're gonna feel more comfortable with so much concern from employees wilder workplaces. Look even more different than they already are. We're already used to social distancing and mask policies if you're going into an office that's a really good question and companies did already invest in retrofitting. Their offices. Everything from sanitizer to barriers plastic barriers and social distancing as you said and what we're going to see upon return is even hyper vigilance about that. Maybe companies will who had plans for a certain amount of workers and certain days may even be more restrictive about that mask in the offices. A really big debate right now on social media especially with vaccinated people and now with the recent guidance about wearing masks indoors. Employees are really wondering. Am i going to have to wear a mask on the office. And in fact we did see some companies yesterday including facebook target and home depot. Say they'll start requiring some workers to wear masks regardless of their vaccination status ray. It seems like this whole idea of uncertainty and change could be an ongoing part of participating in the workforce. That's right it could really be more so now than before primarily because the delta variant has thrown in basically a wrench into the previous plans and companies employees have learned a lot about how productive people can be when they're working remotely and questioning whether they really have to be in person in the office. But it's going to be a challenge to those companies again in a tight labor market. Especially if you're not offering lots of flexibility for employees to work wherever they want to work from or what what days they wanna come in. So i think we'll continue to see just based on interviews that i've had with experts hybrid more flexibility and maybe those tools in terms of the in person safety guidelines and layouts may not be enough for some employees comfort. So that's a long way of saying. That flexibility is going to be a key word on the minds of employers for the foreseeable future until we got this under control. Ray smith joining us this morning. Ray thank you so much. Thank you and finally live. Music is making a comeback while. That's good news for everyday working musicians after a year of mask. Mandates and crowd limits behind the scenes. They may be a little out of tune. They're frantically practicing brushing up on lyrics and searching for equipment. That's been hiding in the back of a closet. One los angeles singer songwriter told us that. For much of the past year he was doing to our livestream six days a week to keep himself in shape and to find new followers now. He's racing across the country for five or six weeks at a time and a nearly new camper plane shows fans old and new. And that's what's news for tuesday. We'll be back tonight with a new show until then follow the news on wsj.com and the journal app a mark stewart for the wall street journal. Thanks for listening..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Us it it it. It sent a sent a lot of p. p. e. r. way. It's sort of made its technology available to not just the us but a lot of the world in that region and then later on As as a pandemic sort of went through various phases over these last several months india was hit very hard with a spike in in in case outbreaks and the us reciprocated. Now they sort of see themselves now as in this together and it's sort of like as as as two of the world's largest democracies they feel an obligation to sort of you know lock arms and try to do something about this. Wsj foreign policy editor. Bob or leeann. Bob thanks again for being here. Great being with you and finally after sixteen months of remote work. Many ceos had had enough bosses across the country are calling workers back to the office despite uncertainty over the delta variant of cove in nineteen the wsj's chip cutter covers workplace issues. And he has more. Well many ceos. Say that it's hard to define. But they feel that projects have taken longer that their companies just do okay in the remote and hybrid era but they do even better when people are back in person. One example of this is the regional bank fifth third. The company had a big project over the past couple of months. That's a new checking product. They're putting together and one of the executives of the company told me that they felt like it was going okay but at some point there are thirty people on zoom calls everyone from bankers and marketers and all sorts of different folks and they said it just became difficult to manage but when people are back in the office the company said it made more progress and weeks than it had in months just feeling that really benefited from people being together like that. And that's what's news for tuesday. We're back tonight with the new show. If you like us please let us know by a rating and review. Wherever you get your podcasts. A mark stewart for the wall street journal. Thanks for listening..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Know there's a feeling that you can't have this mood of excitement expressed so much in a sort of big show Lots of razzle-dazzle. You know they're going to make it there's going to be fewer people involved less of the sort of masquerade graft dancing so they'll be more of a feeling of you know sort of almost like a somber mood in in a way or they do tell us that they'll be fun parts of the show as well so they're trying to kind of pitch it at the right level so that people feel that it's not kind of over the top when you know average people are oversee still feeling that their lives are impacted by the pandemic but they want people to have a good time so it's quite a struggle really to find that balance. I want to talk about the economics of the games for a moment. Japan had high hopes Hoping to see a return on its investment. Now it's proving to be very costly. Just how expensive has this become. And who is paying for all of this or the original bid for the olympics said it was going to cost around seven billion dollars. The official budget now is over fifteen and the government board of audit here in japan. Says it's probably more like twenty billion so it's you know it's increased sharply Most of that is being funded by the japanese payer. Also japanese businesses have chipped in as well They spent more than three billion in sponsorship of the olympics. So it has been very costly. You know the return on investment investment was meant to be mainly from foreign spectators coming in and spending money in hotels and restaurants and places like that. Of course there will. There will be no foreign spectators here. They'll be almost no spectators tool because the japanese allowed to go to almost all of the events. So you know the cost really is something that the tax payer has to bear and probably will for several years to come and finally allaster. We know how fragile things can be during the pandemic. Is there a contingency plan if things deteriorate during the games we've already seen a number of athletes test positive that's right. We have seen athletes test positive. There is a still a rising count the daily infection rate here in japan amongst the public so there is some concern that things are heading in the wrong direction. However the organizers of the event say that the plans that they have in place will ensure that there isn't a spread from these cases that are popping up in places like the olympic village. They say that once cases have found athletes quickly quarantined. There's testing every day. So the hope is that this won't spread. Even though they say look we are going to have these positive cases but we think it can be controlled and that's really all. They've said they haven't said what they will do. If it does get out of control. There really isn't a plan b. for this. Of course you know things were to get really bad. You would have to think that the games couldn't continue but no one is willing to discuss that right now. Allaster gail in tokyo. Take care and we'll look for your reporting in the days ahead. Thanks back and finally cove in nineteen shutdowns forced olympians everywhere to rethink and redesign their elaborate training conditioning and practicing regimens in many places gyms were shuttered for months and social distancing was strict so the best athletes in the world had to figure out how to still stay in shape and prepare for the biggest moments of their lives on the fly. Here's journal sports reporter louise radnofsky. They heard about wrestlers who were practising in a police station. We heard about an artistic swimmer. Who was using a kiddie pool to not lose her familiarity with water wearing a nose clip just to make sure she still remembered how that felt. We heard a lot of stories of people who were doing trainings over zoom particularly for group events that you couldn't get together in person to practice we heard of olympians who were running on freeways pretty much everything and that's what's news on a friday morning. We'll be back tonight with the new show until then stay in touch with us on wsj.com and the journal app. We'll have updates on the olympics. A mark stewart for the wall street journal. Take it easy this weekend. And thanks for listening..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WTOP

"Four meteorologist Amelia Draper 42 degrees in District Heights, 43 in Ashburn. It's 42 degrees in Rockville, it for 50 this just in the new, more contagious Corona virus strain has just been detected in California Governor Gavin Newsom says the case is in Southern California. He didn't provide other details. Newsome made the announcement during an online conversation with Dr Anthony Fauci, who, as you know, is the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Dr Fauci says Californians should not be surprised. The variant is there that it's to be expected earlier, we learned of the case in Colorado, it affected a National Guardsman. A suspected second case is there, too, and Gilligan's Island fans, we have some really sad news. Dawn Wells is dead from covert 19. Wells played Marianne in the 19 sixties show about a fateful trip and it's eclectic group of castaways. She died in L. A at 82. Her publicist says. Wells wasn't just a Gilligan's Island actor. Besides other roles she had other careers like teaching and motivational speaking. She was born in Reno represented the state in the 1959 Miss America pageant, and that launched her acting career. It is 4 50 to Canada is getting tougher on travelers. If you plan to go there, you'll now need proof of a negative Corona virus test and it will need to be taken three days before your arrival. The Intergovernmental Affairs minister says This will take effect in the next few days. Canada already requires people coming from outside its borders to self isolate for two weeks. These past nine months have been very stressful, so people are looking for a chance to let off some steam and chances are they'll do that New Year's Eve, but local leaders want to remind you that most home fireworks are not the way to do it. Professional fireworks are part of some New Year's Eve celebrations, but exploding an aerial consumer fireworks like firecrackers and Roman candles are illegal in our area. Even sparklers are prohibited in Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the city of Alexandria. Handheld in ground based sparklers like fountains are permitted in D. C. The Northern Virginia counties, and Anna Randall Calvert and Frederick counties in Maryland. Howard and Charles counties permit handheld sparklers, particularly on O W T O P News. MONEY news Next. Hi, this is Mark Stewart, president of Marlo Furniture, wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday and a safe and happy New year warmest wishes. I'm the Marlowe Furniture family..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Switched the script, right? It's only so many people left. If they call out your number, you win a cake. Oh. Well, that sounds Nice. I mean. That's a reason to stay in the game agreed. No Comes in a nice little box if it's got sprinkles on it. Yeah. But it's usually it's usually made by a parent you know. How but what if it's like what if it's like? What if it's one of those cupcakes in an ice cream cone you know. Ever had one of them? No. I'll make I I don't I guess you literally pour the batter into a sugar cone or a wafer cone, and then you bake it and I. Guess The way for Cone doesn't burn but then you have a cupcake inside of an ice cream cone. Boston nick the and then the top of it you kind of frost and it's like a little cupcake. No No. No. How do they bake it into that cone without burning Girl. These are these are good questions. We should ask we should ask the MOMS at my school. He used to make them for cupcake day which craft anyway which. Had A net deluca in her Duncan hines witchcraft. I don't know that one of the months that was well a net was one of the moms at the school I don't think she ever made cupcakes and. Ice Cream cones though I got called cupcake when I was in sixth grade because I had love handles. So That's Oh God. And I Y ou and I was gay right I was cupcake it was it was Matt Pendolino older brother and his friend. My friend Matt. He had an older brother Mark. And his friend called me cupcake. Yeah, and then I remember Matt always stuck up for me because he'd be like mom marks doing it. It was one of those things and then Jodi her name was Jodi Jodi Jodi Pendolino. Shell from the kitchen. Start Making of John. Carr. Never forget mark mark was obsessed. What do you think Mark Stewart in these days I don't know I think he's a bad kid. He was always a bad kid. But anyway. Yeah. So cupcake was went to me for being fat am Gay I was a game I was a Gabe you were a Gabe yeah, go. What are you? GonNa do divorce me? I'm it baby. Can we want to give me turnips. turnips me turn. So Anyway I. We were talking about cupcakes because we were also talking about the cakewalk and cakewalk this. Queens. Day Challenge the. Challenge just have to say there's something about the met a moment of these challenges drag race that I appreciate that if somebody just turn the channel to this, they would see this absurdity. The other thing I appreciated about this moment is that the that one challenge were they were like eating baked goods off of a line I was like, yeah, this is what I pictured when I thought about drag race Holland. Yes I imagined. Spice cakes being gnawed on vk. Explain why but it just seemed like, nope, that's it. That's what I was. Yeah, well, yeah, I mean there's something kind of like quaint and like I don't know it. All seems like something that could be happening in midsummer. I been. So Mar Meets Omar. And then and then the oldest queens jump off a cliff. Yeah..

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Trump and Biden's Diverging Visions for American Foreign Policy

WSJ What's News

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden's Diverging Visions for American Foreign Policy

"In our ongoing election coverage were taking a deep look at how president trump and democratic. Presidential nominee Joe Biden differ on major policy issues. Today, we're going examine foreign affairs mark. Stewart spoke with the journals national, security reporter Warren Strobel. A lot of attention in recent days to the Middle East obviously president trump is touting success with peace accords with Israel. Let's talk about the trump approach versus the biden approach. Yeah I mean in the waning weeks of the campaign here Mr Trump has secured really historic agreements from the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to make peace with Israel and recognize it diplomatically big achievement. No. Matter how you count it. I think most people would agree but there are fundamental differences between the Republican Democratic candidates particularly when it comes to Saudi Arabia Mr Biden has said that he would review relations with Saudi Arabia, which is probably the most important US ally in the Middle East that he would consider stopping arms sales he's been very critical of their killing of the journalist dissident. Jamal Kashogi Mr Trump on the other hand has declined to put pressure on Saudi Arabia. Really. In any significant way he sort of dismissed defining by the CIA that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman probably ordered the killing of Mr. Kashogi and he has vetoed congressional moves to limit arms sales to Riyadh. Saudi Arabia obviously issues in the Middle East but also Iran. Let's talk about the different approaches there. Yeah. Here again, that's quite a stark difference Mr Trump. Two thousand seventeen withdrew from the Iran nuclear accord known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on. He has launched a campaign of maximum pressure designed to limit Iran's ability to cause trouble in the region and try to force it back into talks. He's also by the way in recent days Mr Trump has said get reelected around will come to the table and we can make a deal real quickly. Mr Biden has said he would go back into the nuclear agreement. He would get the United States back into that agreement if Iran also returns to compliance. So again, Joe Biden is tough on Iran but he is much more. I think looking at diplomatic track to try and halt their nuclear program. Another region of interest is certainly Europe. Obviously there are economic issues, their political as well as military issues. When we look at Europe, how big of a role does the relationship with NATO play in this discussion? You know I think it plays a significant role. NATO's the probably the most important and one of the longest standing alliances that the United States has. Important economically in terms of the trade between the United States and Europe, and important strategically given its role in sort of countering Russia Russia intervention in places like Ukraine Belarus. Again there's differences here though Mr Trump has been pretty critical of NATO. He demanded that all the countries live up to. A promise they made to spend two percent of their GDP. Self. Defense, and there have been rumors that he might withdraw from NATO entirely or want to. This is Chris from Mr Biden who again stressing the importance of good alliances with Europe and other parts of the world. You. Briefly mentioned Russia, where are the distinctions in viewpoint and policy between the two candidates? That's a good question. I think the trump administration has been in terms of my reporting and analysis sort of a weird bee's when it comes to Russia Mr Trump himself. No has been quite friendly with and trying to strike a good relationship with Vladimir Putin, but the people in the middle and. Upper levels of US government agencies are taking much more dim view, Mr Putin, and actually you know the US has done a lot of sanctions and other actions against Putin during Mr Trump's terms. So there's sort of a kind of a bipolar aspect to his administration's dealings with Russia Mr. Biden. I think has been more critical. Putin personally and has said he would stand up to Mr Putin on things such as election interference the Russian incursion into Ukraine and other things like that.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on X96

X96

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on X96

"His mark on the phone. Did we get in? Oh, Mark Stewart from the advocates. How are you? How are you guys? Good. Let's look, if you anybody listening has a question. You know, we talk about the advocates all the time on we say if you if you'd been in an accident, and you're you don't know what to do. Call the advocates on when we give the number and all of that, But you could ask Mark a question right now. A date 77629696. So we have this big windstorm Mark. I think you're aware of that. I'm aware of that. Yeah. Does this do anything? I mean, in terms of Personal injury claims and things like that. So we haven't heard any calls, and I haven't seen anything on the news about any claims that would actually be considered a personal injury. There's obviously claims that you could make with your insurance. Homeowners are auto, depending on what was damaged in the accident. But as Faras a personal injury claim, there'd have to be some type of negligence on DH, usually in a natural disaster like that. There's not anything that would be considered negligence to are to are. I mean, I guess you could say Well, they were negligent for planting that tree there that fell on my house, but that's God. Well, yeah, that would be a tough case. Gino, you You brought it up. I was gonna wait. Are in insurance contracts is the term act of God still in there? It is. Yeah, especially in Utah. When we see it is injury attorneys is a.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Yeah. Peter In a block post this morning, Dr Characterised explained that part of the reason we're seeing such high corona virus cases today. Is because the state is now including Auntie gin tests to the total diagnostics. Just minutes ago, Chris explained to the mic broom head show a little bit under 600 were due to the upload of those anti Jin tests that we just talked about. The other factor that played a role is we've got a very large number of a lab reports. This is the highest number of lab reports that we've gotten in one day, and it was about 24,000 diagnostic labs. She says these ants urgent tests are similar to the PCR test that were previously counted in the aspect that they test for the active case of the virus. However, she says tests PCR test rather are slightly more accurate, but do take longer to get their results live. The new center table Kenner up Our NEWS, Arizona. Votes this November, you'll be voting on investing Ed's prop 208, which could tax the wealthy to generate money for Arizona schools. The Goldwater Institute believes it could have a negative effect on our state's economy in the long run, but David Luhan with the Arizona Centre for Economic Progress, Counter's not one business will be impacted wealthy individuals if they're in the top 1% will, But again, the good thing about this is it will bring in millions of new dollars, so that's good for our economy and good car worked for Lou Han says. Rural parts of Arizona will benefit since many small town school districts are the largest employers in their communities. Read more on this story, at dot com, a social media giant, encouraging the younger generation to vote more than 400,000. People have registered to vote this year through the Snapchat APP. Chandler Bass Marketing Agency concept to completion, Mark Stewart says about 80% of the Snapchat users are aged between 18 and 24. So they're they're really hitting the sweet finally. Stewart says social MEDIA APS are having great success. People are spending upwards of 2 to 10 hours, social media and on APS, and so rather than going toe websites, people using applications like Facebook, Instagram Tech Talk Snapchat, Malia Leon Katie Air News. Let's check on your traffic. Here's Monica read live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Peter will start with a motorcycle accident. This is at 75th Avenue and Roosevelt. You can avoid that by going Van Buren or 83rd Avenue, 99th Avenue Mcd Alan rash there and we've got a has mad situation Broadway at 32nd Street so avoided then in the East Valley Okoto Road is shut down between record and power road due to a crash in.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Piles of trash on the curb and the summer sun it's a distinct odor and in some cities, , the problem is getting worse during the pandemic trash has been stacking faster than usual the Wall Street Journal Scott Calvert has been looking into it and he joins us now. . Hey, , there Scott I'm mark. How . are you doing? ? Well, , let's first talk about the size and the scope of this problem. . How much extra trash are we talking about and is this happening in big cities? ? Small cities? ? Where's the issue? ? Sure. . So it really happening all over the place big cities, , small cities, , and the scale really varies. . I mean I'm in Baltimore and in July for example, the , city picked up fifty. . percent more trash in terms of tonnage compared to July of two, , thousand nineteen. . So that's a huge increase and I think a lot of cities are are seeing pretty big jumps compared to what they're used to, , and it's sort of obvious why? ? Because you know since the pandemic began in March people have been staying home and when you're at home, , you're generating a lot of trash tracks. . It might have otherwise generated at the office is now coming out of people's homes. . It's one of those issues you may not think of instinctively what is the challenge here? ? Why is it such a challenge? ? Wise it's such a struggle to haul away the trash why I think it'll be a challenge. . Even if the only issue they had was this increased tonnage to deal with the increased volume, , but it's actually a double whammy not only do they have more trash to Holloway, , but they have fewer sanitation workers to do the work in a lot of these cities, , and the issue is that you have a lot of sanitation workers who have come down with the coronavirus or they're quarantining because they've been possibly exposed or some people are simply afraid to come to work, , and so the absenteeism essentially is people being out sick is higher than usual. . So it's really a double hit more trash fewer workers, , haul it away and not only is this an issue of cleanliness and sanitation I. . mean, , it really underscores the importance of essential workers during the time such as pandemic. . That's right. . I mean I, , think this is one of those areas that people may take for granted. . You know you put the trash out on the appoint today and they come and they take it away and you bring the trash can back in and you do it again the next week. . So I spoke to to Joan she's a sanitation supervisor in Philadelphia. She's . been with the city for thirty three years and you know she takes a lot of pride in the job and she says, , she understands the frustration on the part of residents because you know people expect that trash will be picked up. . Today and but she said it's too. . It's frustrating for them that they that they can't quite deliver. . But she said, , you know at some point, , their bodies have to shutdown, , take a breather and then get back up is how she put it. . So they're they're doing their best but a lot of people are also scared of the virus worried that they might bring it home to their families. . So there's a lot going on for these workers and you know to hear her talent they really are doing their best under extremely difficult circumstances. . I think we've all been in our own neighborhood and we see some litter here and they're willing to pick it up. . Our community groups or neighborhood associations or even just individuals. . Are they doing their part to try to the trash away? ? If that's even a possibility I don't think there's a lot of that but we definitely found instances where that had been happening. . So I talked to the President of a Neighborhood Association in South Philadelphia and on two occasions so far they have rented pick-up trucks and gone around and take in. . The trash that should have been hauled away by the municipal sanitation workers and taken that to a city facility basically taking matters into their own hands because they're not sure when it's going to get picked up and the longer it stays out on the street you know the smellier it is the more likely. . You are going to attract rodents, , things like that. . Scott Calvert, , thanks for bringing this to light. . Thanks for having. . Me Mark. .

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Older Workers Grapple With Risk of Getting Covid-19 on the Job

WSJ What's News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Older Workers Grapple With Risk of Getting Covid-19 on the Job

"Around eighty percent of COVID, nineteen deaths in the US, are people sixty five, an older that same group represents seven percent of our overall workforce as businesses reopened. There's a special challenge for these workers and the companies where they work. And some older Americans had to keep working even through lockdowns. The Wall Street Journal's Jacob. Bungee is covering this and spoke to our Mark Stewart. Are Any professions or any careers more at risk well, we looked at a lot of the essential functions, the jobs that needed to keep getting done through the height of the pandemic here over the last couple of months, and in a number of these people over the age of sixty five made up a substantial portion of these professions, workers and look at. At something like transit bus drivers for example, the city mass transit system is about sixteen percent of bus. Drivers were sixty five and older and other professions like ambulance, drivers or personal care also had a fairly significant number of people this age, so these are frontline individuals. That's right. These are people that needed to show up to work in some cases. You know it's a range of experiences of these folks. Some of them need to keep doing their job to pay their bills. The pension systems broadly speaking of weakens over the last ten twenty years, and so there's increased need for some people keep working just to make ends meet as they get older ages, but there's also a fair number of people that just want to work and remain engaged in their job and feel like they have an obligation. If they can work to continue doing so, so you see a lot of that as well and these people, this age group, continuing to clock in even though the risk to them, contracting the corona virus on the job is fairly substantial.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Mark Stewart Texas one of those first states planning to re open some stores this upcoming week for curbside pickups only protesters in several other states define stayed home orders insisting they be lifted now you know at their own discretion some of those protesters not social distancing themselves ABC contributor and former homeland security chief Tom Bossert I think the answer here on protests is to separate those that are protesting against the lack of preparedness of their state local and federal government which has there's a legitimate kind attention to that from those who are actually at this point protesting because they don't think the underlying threat is real coronaviruses erupted inside a juvenile detention center in Virginia twenty five juveniles at the pioneer juvenile correctional center outside Richmond testing positive for covert nineteen that's a quarter of all cases reporter they do facilities nationwide no word on how the kids contracted the virus but adults staffers may be the source children's rights advocates and health experts have warned for weeks it would be just a matter of time before the virus spreads inside juvenile halls many are calling on governor Ralph Northam to start releasing juvenile offenders to protect them from the virus Derek Dennis ABC news the U. S. Air Force Academy held its sixty second commencement ceremony today with vice president Mike pence delivering remarks on behalf of the White House with families and friends watching remotely the only cheers to be heard we're from the cadets themselves you'll be graduates of the United States airforce academy.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"If you just look at the cost of what happened because those negotiations in February went so haywire, rob Lincoln took kids Jamie bus. Okay. It's del Dem's got fired. Magic Johnson quit and through everyone else under the buzzes, he went home Luke Walton. Liz, and Sacramento. Now there was a lot of people who got hurt back in February David Griffin. Is he came into this with a clean slate? He didn't have any of that emotional baggage. He could just make the. Steal. And so once ball teams acquired two very, very big assets in the lottery. He was able to make this deal going for superstars is in the Lakers DNA. This is just what they do. And you could make an argument that they gave up too much they are not going to be able to fill this roster. But if you lived in Los Angeles, and I know you have I mean this is what the Lakers do they chase stars? And they needed another star to put alongside LeBron James for whatever time they have him. Yeah. So keep in mind the Lakers, and pelicans missed the playoffs last season Davis stray demand caused acrimony between the clubs Lakers lost Magic Johnson from the equation and kept pushing ultimately leading their big fish at a huge price. So we're are the Lakers in the landscape of the west as well as the league. All Bobby Mark Stewart Sodano. Ryan Holland's Nick Fidel give their takes I still think they're behind certainly Houston in Denver. We'll see what happens with Portland, as far as what they'll be able to do with their bench there. They are better than Golden State right now, based on with Iran in Klay, clay likely most next year. So I think they're probably anywhere from that three to four rain, number one. They're the best team in the NBA in my opinion. They have to top six players in the NBA. They've got a nice complimentary player in Kyle Kuzma. And I think that if, if Anthony Davis doesn't waive his no trade, clause or trade clause kicker, which is about four million dollars decides.

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Apetite, and I'll chat with the folks from the Broadway musical come from away. Hope to see you there. Tomorrow at noon tickets at WNYC dot org slash thegreenspace. WNYC is supported by Riyanto pictures, presenting yard. He a Jamaican drug courier seeks revenge for his brother's murder directed by interest Alba with reggae and dancehall tracks by black who yellow man and more starts Friday at village east. This is new sounds a program you can hear each night of the week at WNYC FM ninety three point nine and a program. You can hear any time online. We're streaming twenty four seven at new sounds dot org are audio archives who there along with our soundcheck podcast series of live in studio performances and our video of the day. Our daily gig alerts and lots more all at new sounds dot org. This edition of the program coming to you from the new sounds live concert series at merkin hall collaborating with the ecstatic music festival end with the bang on a can Allstars Thurston Moore of the band, sonic, youth wrote a couple of pieces for the stars Thurston. Now lives in London wasn't able to join us onstage. But guitarist Mark Stewart from the all stars was on hand to tell us a little bit about stroking piece, number one two thousand three Thurston writes this piece for you guys. How did that evolve? Well. The first the premier he joined us, and which was of course, a joy to have a second guitar player in the band, and especially when it's someone like Thurston. And but then he said, okay. Your fly fly on your own. And so since then we essentially have I think we've performed at one other time stripping away that part. I mean, how much of this piece is kind of a notating work and how much of it is. Giral? It's it's it's quite specific. Actually..

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"mark stewart" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"mark stewart" Discussed on WJR 760

"And it wasn't with the leadership is the president and rank and file I think that's showing that there's some movement, and hopefully that pretends to a good opportunity even this next week to get it done. Let me. Just say having faced all the congressmen and senators and presidents and all the people I faced over the years of doing this job. I really appreciate how you guys do work together. And that's really what we want. We want things to get done. And if you don't work together, they don't get done. So I wanna thank you both very much. You know, what we're miracles from Michigan who want this country to succeed we want Michigan to succeed tonight tonight about the auto industry succeeding, and we wanna keep this state at the forefront of innovation and technology, which means we gotta work together to get their congresswoman, Debbie Dingle, congressman, Tim Walberg. Thank you. Concur, and Debbie, and I work together significantly. And that's why we've gotten legislation passed we want to continue doing that. And working for the people we're in the people's house, and where with the people tonight doing great work for people that have needs right here in the city of Detroit, a great city that's coming back, and I support strongly. Let's give them a round of applause. They are working and they are getting things done. Thank you guys. Very very much. We really appreciate it. As we continue on this special edition of the ball W Smith show on WJR, thanks to guy. Gordon, who's sneaking out obviously going to some resort somewhere. Guy guy. Gordon, who is started this off at six o'clock in his headed out somewhere fun. I'm sure we appreciate that. And we're very happy to have the president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, Jim Hackett. And this is your wife that likes the explorer. You are too. Kathy, kathy. It's not I don't know that we've met, but it's nice meeting you now, I'm glad to meet you. I'm really on the Jim Hackett fan club. I really am. Goes back to his days as an interim athletic director at my university of Michigan in Ann Arbor. And now he is running Ford Motor Company. And should we start a rumor that Michigan university of Michigan and Ford are going to merge, they're they're both blue. I'm all for all the rumors. We can get tonight. I already put Bill Ford along with Mary Barra and the GM Ford. Yeah. So. You're listening in. Meanwhile, things are going great at fort. They really are Paul W. In fact, we're sitting in North America, right? And our team in North America had a fantastic year. The F-series pick-up truck was dominant in its classic grew. You see the Mustang kind of success? I'm really happy with where we are. We have issues in other parts of the world, but we're addressing them. And this is the year about making stuff happen. Well, you started off nicely here at this show and around this show with the all new explorer, which is spectacular and that Mustang, which I foolishly thought was only seven hundred horsepower. But Bill told me, it's more. He's not supposed to. Because it is more and Kathy Kathy come to the family show. And she said you don't need that. I'm going to get that Mustang. I go now. Will you just say this? If you get the Mustang. I get a new blue explorer. Oh, I want that rat one. I know I was shocked. She saw the she saw the the ST version, and and you know, here I went and she loves the red one. So that's our next car next car. I know somebody I'm sure we can get you one might be able to get one. I wanna brag about you you. You're the hardest working man show business. This is your twentieth. Anniversary from doing the ribbon cutting. I know all about this and Bill said it you work so hard for our city for our state for our country for our company. You're you're a super positive influence. I listen to you every day because you get me up, and what's the phrase live? Atlas positive radio. No. But it's notion about live each day make make each and every day count. Each day is a gift that's spectacular. I have to say that to remind myself as well, Jim I need to I need to remind myself of that because I get down to I do Kathy will tell you. I have tremendous energy. So I was blessed with a optimistic father and mother, so I love these challenges, and but but it's great to be around people like you and our community here tonight. It's such a fabulous turnout and next year is going to be spectacular because we get to do it new. So just just hold on your hat. I think it's going to be fabulous in June of twenty twenty. I hope that Ford and General Motors and FCA and Mercedes and everybody else Audi Porsche, I hope they all come back into the fold in all realize just how important this show is to America. It is. And I've been talking to all of them and they're excited about this too. I think the pivot will help everyone come back, and I I know one German company that's gonna come back. Herbert was here from VW. They wanna they wanna be here next year. So that relationship that you have with them is helpful it's helpful and it's needed. It's a time in the history of the industry where some of these new technologies require sharing the investment because they're big risks. And we can get there faster, and it really doesn't destroy the individuality. You will know Ford is Ford and wwl's VW, but it's a beneficial thing, given the we want the companies would be here long longtime. Jim keep up the good work. It's great following you, Kathy. Finally to meet you. It's so nice seeing you too. I enjoyed this. When you get the red sporty, call me, we'll go to lunch. Thank you. Now. Listen, I have a message for man, you need to take a break. Not yet. Get you some water and you get to sit down and. All right. Jim. Thank you very much. God bless you Kathie. Thank you. Happy new year. Watch your step down there. I'll give you that. And see what we have coming up next. Mark Stewart is here the FCA chief operating officer you friends with Tony Swabi. I am friends with Tony neighbor of Tony's Tony's a great guy couldn't be here tonight. But we're thinking of him. And I think it eventually I don't know if it'll ever really happened. I think it will. We are going to be neighbors. We are four doors down. So they really nice ball. You don't want your yard toilet paper. No. But you know, I'm an available to mow your lawn. So just trying to pick up a few bucks at at the break that works for me. I have the smallest house on the block. But we're really looking forward to it. Because everyone we've met on that street. Wonderful wonderful lovely people some of them been there forever. And some are newbies like us. And we're just looking forward to finally getting over there. So tell me how things are at at FCA. Mark is absolutely fantastic has been six weeks back with the company, and I spent some time at Amazon and just joined FCA. And and I couldn't be happier. Just been blown away with the new products that we've got coming in with with North American truck of the year Motor Trend truck of the year Wrangler as you the year, and it's definitely a bit of a high pressure. I think Mr. mainly has set for me coming into the company, but I am super excited to be a member. So tell me what that's like Amazon, very big very successful company. Are you bringing some of the things that you did it at Amazon to FCA? I hope so. Money. Money's worth, right. But I'm really excited to come in and just learning to the customer obsession. Right. That was what was breached day in and day out and part of our bloodstream and Amazon, and it's really what I wanna bring to us with FCA as well. And the team already has that right? The products with the features of the customers want the new gladiator the fifteen hundred the heavy duty as well. In addition to our other lineups of cars. So I am really excited to do that. I wanna do more as we get closer and closer to our customer and bringing things that they want, and we really want to encourage people to get out to the show as it opens up tomorrow. And check out the new gladiator is a heritage truck. It brings an emotion to you. And it's coming back on the market and at award winning fifteen hundred and the award winning fifteen hundred is amazing. Right. So and then a heavy duty as well. We outta we out power, and it's super luxurious..

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