20 Burst results for "Mark Webber"

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"The apple platform is taking the The the role of a sort of privacy custodian some might say it's because opposed to build their own attica system others could say because they're interested in end user privacy but the We're seeing a world of nutritional labels for the first time so if you go into the app still scroll down just as you look at the side of your cereal packet you can work at amherst shady. You might have. You can now have a look at that. Is using in terms of data consumption. Data sharing Simplified way We have been saying quite a lot of that Some clients struggling to get back on the store in preparing for that but also say realizing that it although they look like rules and it looks like nole a tiny apple session of the little. There's some broad interpretation and difficulties all you and invite you go past some of those large platforms and look at that nutritional labels workout whether you think they're even the same kind of companies and because the interpretation is very bul in is the fascinating world that we work in now the oldest large platforms can make rules in in quayle's which will maestas programmatic because the rail I'm so eddie. Days something like pi standards around credit card processing now saying it with privacy and they're kind of standard so yeah Beginning to see some of the some of that. I think that way facebook and geico deprecation of the party. Picky on may be moving onto technologies for education and tracking. There's this quad shakeup in that as a very very large ecosystem right safe. I think everybody needs to use individuals with good expertise to navigate. Some of africa's knowing what you'll serving what you're getting getting right and how the data is being used is is is one thing and there's also a little bit of just because you can doesn't mean you shit for some of these technologies kind of trading trading kathleen and working out how to use them but the the power power of online right kevin weaver riddled with that. That's probably one of printed materials in this office. Era thing of the past. that's right We have a printer which we do not use it which we are getting rid of though written on a pair of my house either say anything. He's not now getting out of my eyesight failing so printing. It'll it might be a thing again but i i. I said yesterday. John how to solve. I look down without a great big pattern a decent pencil because the amount of documents you can sign highlight review. Read very very powerful stuff knowing knowing how to use it at nine what you'd go. It's not just watching netflix. Pick it up driver. Other things to agree or i will solve. We got for today when everyone. If you've got questions. Reach out with mark with him on lincoln mark webber again all incas Profile here in a few minutes in this post and then of course. This'll be up on our website. It'll be up on our youtube channel and Mark thanks so much for sharing everything with us today. 'cause very very interesting stuff some things i have not heard and i don't believe we've had such a ra- a europe based focused law firm on on very very cool. I one of the one. Happy to contribute We go competition and some competition. so i just. I don't talk about them. Come so salacious anyone listening or watching of course or any of Marks competitors as you need marketing advertising checkout skipper more value. How come talk to us. We might be hiring. Yeah or they're hiring. But yeah so bob array law dot com for anything for your law firm websites marketing advertising. We'll help you out mark. Thanks so much. Have you..

maestas apple kevin weaver quayle geico eddie lincoln mark webber kathleen facebook africa netflix John mark youtube Mark europe bob
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"This is talk on that news. Bit of confidence Thing am i going to get the traction confidence is a big thing. When you're adding and doing well built an belton with the part of that was out here. That time fell lay. Kind of really embraced me. Brought me out and sort of brought to the network. He then took off. But there are amendments that everyone's careers whether it's now i remember the financial capacity thousand seven eight where we were. Just sit around wondering days. There's nothing worse than a lawyer amnon to be building ours. Sales have been confidences is huge and i work myself. Seem very closely here and i had a One of my sales guys called me. I think it was in today I get upset early now. I don't know sometimes which day it is but He called and said hey i was just talking to a potential client law firm and they They need their website Translated in other languages. And you know. They asked if we could do that. He's like i just said yeah we can do that a problem and then he called me after and said can we do that. We can do that. But i think the good answer. Just yes not a problem. We can do that. We'll figured out for you and But he didn't have an answer of auto know so he took a rest but Yeah so we can do but confidence you have to have confidence if you don't gonna show through real quickly Yeah yeah advising and otherwise say and ultimately you've got to enjoy and you've got to be having fun because it's how do i say you're having a having a team where all the older the output in like sometimes painful. At the end of the day. I still enjoy my job. That's i'm lucky to say on a nice on people time but it's lucky to do it. And say congratulations on that. Because some people don't they do or they have some ideas of doing something nelson stuck with a are but yeah i wake up ready to go every morning and run around on the weekends because i can't sit down but So good for you that you enjoy that. Which helps you got for today. Uncertain incentives in in a week's time. I be up in the mountains for the weekend. So it's all our next week knowing friday evening company. Copper there at one. Am but saturday morning..

nelson
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"It's a little bit more ambitious. That's near removing privacy. Let them be more technology stocks until to the some of the other things that our clients are doing in europe and we support engaging from this emphasis placed moving forward to that Yeah with hiring. Yeah you got to be very selective and who's going to be hanging out with you all day you should say. Are you doris. Cause of so. You're yeah it's funny. We've got two people definitely go people who we get on with it on in the outdoors but it does take leading. Talk of mix and i think some looking aid they. I think we rented these scary. J. them thinking that's not what vibe that we're trying to turn trying to get some of the time anyway but outings hop your lowest because good lawyers spills customer trust clients love us and That's the way to bulwark can continuing the work. We got and that's a very very important thing as well. Yeah absolutely okay. There's a lot leads to my final question. Really you know obviously great lawyers. You're good at what you do. You've been around a long time. You got a long standing firm. What what'd you guys. So what have you done to get yourself in the marketplace sue to pick up new clients. Marketing advertising is it or is it is east lawyer kinda gotta go get their own business connections or what have you guys done. That's really sessile. No appetizing. And i'm we very much work as a team and if you not. It's a kind of work as a team. They won't be joining acid silicon valley because we're very team oriented to the point. We kind of we don't have any kind of individual immigration for winning clients and things like that because they just sort of stuff people competing against each other Say we've been keeping quite catholic The i mentioned trust and all of our work. Just come some trust the you're just off financiers the end of this month and it was just looking at works. It's coming this year which has been slightly different. Because but it's about eighty five percent word of mouth introduction so referrals. People have moved already but failed fisher now all. Somebody's stuck on a privacy issue and a somebody puts in a chat blow or online. Oh you have. You tried the team fisher. I've got a colleague. Felicity fisher known Name relation to the original founders But she she's named check all over the place. She's a fantastic year. These new pot that we made up two years ago. I is very organic in that way. Kevin and building on knowledge. We've got a writing successful webinar program. Which is incredibly what attended..

doris europe fisher Felicity fisher Kevin
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"It'll be come berry specialist area. I'm probably an area where we'll have to sell with privacy engineers and other technologists as well just to job item. Imagine all they're interesting to kind of see where that goes and and how that plays out. I don't think it's going to wear a no against the biggest threat to it at all the. Us government wanted practice today. And you've seen the. I got smart. My theory is looking pretty good right now. So that's the i please. I've got a few of them. But i've got a few that tanked so we're we're we're experimenting learning and it's part of that but i would anyone who suddenly picking up a bit of interest do your research and realize is the most complicated thing on the planet. It isn't you know there's no such thing as free money headline say boy interested. All that goes so For the firm. I how the us but what a big future plans. What are the growth plans of the firm. Are you know it. Sounds like you're gonna be hiring a and trying to navigate that but is there any kind of thing you can share. I guess with the things that you guys are trying to accomplish the next five in a way. Not all monetary. Still your well where you're although we're in the us not about doing us low. We're not competing with us little firms out here. Say the office that i made as will remain relatively small partly because we can't grow because we can't find the lowest come here and practice and they we would need to leverage around the glade. Some of the fish europe plans. We've expanded out you mentioned. We've got eleven. Were ten twenty four offseason eleven countries. We grow well We probably got footprint. We need we need to get that. Footprint integration working well together. There's a lot of partners that have a in the last year. So new is coming in a great tech potter in spain. Who i've been working with of never met. We've not cooperated with not talked about which clients we know and leveraging each other so i think there's a lot of working together as a family dic- huge plans to build out too many more offices all run and take on asia. Rowlatt time or anything like that. We know what we want to and grow from that now from. Hey where. I'm running the office. We go very strong tech and privacy practice on some fantastic client relationships. What we realize is we can serve clients in more areas. We can already do that. Info fisher in europe. But we didn't have the people on the grounds to talk to them to make introductions expanding culprit conversations and our emanate suppo-. We've gone employment lawyer now in employment a job practice which is really growing talking to the service lines that we have talking somewhat to the sectors that we have so we don't have life science specialism out here. A real priority would look today and then making this office representative of european footprint so we go cut a few uk. Lois hair in part because of the visa systems been more friendly for bringing out. uk lowest But we we've got a spanish french law..

us Rowlatt europe Info fisher spain asia Lois uk
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"But it's a slow and steady takes a does take a while Official luckily the ubiquity of some of these platforms some clydes platforms to us and that's a real benefits. We use some. We use the atlassian conflict. The conflicts platform sharing data running wicky. They're awesome you know that we do have some good uses of technology but every time we say kneeling because that you shiny object. Yeah not you know. Sometimes it's good to be an early adopter of some. Sometimes it's good to hold off and wait to see how things pan out as funny. I was a very new firm earlier today. And i think she started from about the end of two thousand nineteen so almost started a pandemic but they were they were business law and they also did some more like family estate planning law but they're really small but they were doing things other firms won't do like they set up your phones in the evenings and they're getting a lot of calls it in the evenings rather firms are shut down there done for the day they're doing like flat rate instead of so they're they're just doing things different they're small and they can kind of do whatever they want but they're find a lot of success being a disrupter more or less. They're doing something that the other ones won't and other that was really cool. And there are virtual because their companies started in the midst of the pandemic so they really are built for that and it was kind of cool to any time. It comes down to the person right. Kevin use a ten Could use his intention bad and we had a Management system rolled out. It wasn't the they it definitely had some glitches and we were under earlier. Dr evatt bet gem off to six months it was working but it wasn't working for our business because uses had led. They didn't take time out of that day. They didn't adapt it went back today. What Different pockets of population. You've got to attack and work with and be very excited to have mobile time. Recording others struggled.

Dr evatt Kevin
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Took whatever precautions and they stay wasn't even in like their mind that they would leave completely so so i have heard that too Whereas we were remote instantaneously overnight so without even thinking about it so it's funny but there was something i mean one thing that makes me laugh in america's dealers how insistence paying everything by check. Well it's long wrong with an online bank transfer and we gradually nudging clients today and some of them but there still a firearm checks coming through the door. You need facebook and someone to pick it up and someone to walk into the bank there are. There are some things that the financial system that means some kind of offices necessary at that. Rit where we did look. We renewed our lease during the time. That we've been out in vaden when we were deciding. Shoot we shouldn't be one of the big questions. We go to santa footprint hair because that deals with agency that deals with some communication so back-off is in europe. And yes we could put that somewhere else in the cloud but the advantage of having some in the office maintaining Laptops maintenance most of my is not all. Rit's potent teams are in your supporting our officers. Say the fact. They can put a laptop on a network and run some diagnostics. Diesel update. Sam is very useful. Got 'em i not that i'm talking to you. Now is about half an hour battery life. But i take the dog so i'm having another one built in the room next door but that wouldn't be possible without an office. We'd be mailing laptops and all kinds of crazy things in finding out there. Not property can say say there are definitely some practical advantages. The thing here as well. Yeah definitely without a doubt dom okay so changed up a little bit. what's new. What trends do you potentially see in the marketplace or with laws or with whatever's going on that you really see in the next let's say could be one year five years what's You know we can be a positive. It could be negative. But what is there anything. You're seeing that would affect your business and a negative or positive way that's gonna outside your control say i mean. Think adapted out a mo micro level among all this. Yeah instead of practising lawyer. And i roll my sleeves up..

vaden Rit america facebook europe Sam
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Be a good to an appointment so we got a pretty big space here. It's just me sitting here. And so we definitely wanna come back and we're going to keep it. We've debated do we keep the office that we get rid of it and you know we we kinda see the same point like we have stuff on the walls. We have Like almost a glass wall kinda like behind you we right on that and we brainstorm and we sit around the table and Dawson distractions in the office. That you know you have to kind of manage and in his commute of course Which could debate cost you time and but you just don't get the same type of a creative meetings and brainstorming that you would otherwise you you really dying and in the last year. We've been very fortunate it's been a very buoyant mocking Businesses have turned technology and those clients that we support say utilizations up. We're going to beat the numbers on last year for the as necessarily been fun doing it now because being repeated sooner said the i could do my job in london and i did do this job. Inland but it was hard because it really started like the kind of stock coaling but the real difference differentiate jerusalem Made again see them to ever go. Meet with the engineers after sharing a lacroix whatever's from the fridge in-depth. We we sit down. We need labor programs. We learn that technology in pick it up. Pick it apart. So it's a. It's a very hands on practice that we go and keeping those plans keeping engaged with us. We have relationships with has become very different in a in a in an order line world also a incredibly fortunate when i was of jd. Lawyer that i had a lot of senior people gave me a lot of time whether it was sitting alongside them. Drafting document explaining why. They're doing something whether they tell you to me at mentos. Some of them are still mental. Today i will say capital. Say saying okay..

Dawson jerusalem london
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"I think they would think of a firm that does your wealth type businesses that are growing scaling trading looking to build a presence of that presence in europe than we looked up. So that's for them whether that's Acquisitions funding idei litigation contractual kind of issues. Closing revenue deals employment or kinda cool things that businesses need to grab ready kevin but without fight because all on your on yet. We got financial services practice. Lug sciences practice starring strong technology practice of the thing. That was most appealing to me. When i joined the maybe a market leading. But certainly one of the largest Privacy practices in europe and It a technology space. I'm practicing practice all my life. It's a blend of. I pay contract on regulatory and increasingly that regulatory many many technology businesses in bumping against the regulation around the use of data and The platform that they gave me off his hair and the rest of the team has been really fundamental. What we're trying to in the states and what we're trying to build from now as we've kind of put all reach down and bill to presents. Hanson was Almost two hundred years old or over two years old. That's quite along long. Been a while but he had some ways is probably the last twenty five years that defines the firm. But it's nice to have some history the the firm with the lost. I'm like a doggie predated. The american constitution. Quite say that about jeff fisher definitely definitely in around for awhile. Didn't they didn't make it easy to get any kind of credit or establish..

europe kevin Hanson jeff fisher
"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we're live today. Rely on lincoln lob on youtube. Welcome to another episode of the managers. Podcast today have a special guest mark. Webber mark thanks so much for coming on with us on your all the way in california silicon valley a believe. That's right good to be here kevin. Thanks for the invitation. Yes sir so. I've looked into you of course a little bit and looked at your firm and your background opposite before inviting you on the show here and really cool background a little bit different and something. I is probably going to be huge if not already but More in the future too so a little bit of background about yourself. A little bit personal. You know where you're from. Maybe where you end up where you are and then we'll get into some business questions about the firm and and take it from there. Yeah thanks very much. Say yeah i am the at. Us managing partner fulfilled fisher slightly strange background as you say because i've managed to end up in california in the silicon valley as a technology and privacy lawyer practicing you you're paying law of the us lawyer. Although i spend my life here as part of as part of a firm say yeah quite a distinct backgrounds rating kevin because of that. I think some of that day's down to timing like qualified as a lawyer in one thousand nine having trained for two years with a business in europe photos won't clock and at that point it was. Don't come and as a genius lawyer. Many technology noise out have better contract. And i knew but if i pay so i just got thrown into the dot com. Don't come clapsed at the firm os without an office in silicon valley which they don't condone two thousand seven not really knowing what to do with me. They sent me out to silicon valley. And i had three and a half years out pair on the west coast Love de when. I'm spending another ten years or so in london at practicing prompt me a enterprise. Software outsourcing increasingly cloud any mass. But at at that point Had made partner and go to buy failed fisher who will say starting to build the offices. i guess that was the end of teeth thousand thirteen saying hey you wanna come join us to silicon valley in outpost growl office. It was one of those office. He didn't get many times. Gonna be by south my family from london. The us done it before left. It say may seven and a half years later still head so His very different kevin in some ways. Yeah not that. I actually practicing california as a foreign legal consultant for the cowboys to practice by law from the uk and europe. A dabbling with us stuff..

kevin daisy Webber mark california silicon valley eric olson kevin silicon valley lincoln fisher youtube us california europe london cowboys uk
"mark webber" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"Relaxed and slightly off the cuff attitude. For some of the time that the takhar site it is getting more of the due credit that it should But for a long time like that was that was kind of just Left on the side of things while you know has people at the conventions or whatever. We're kind of playing that. Yeah this is our thing and you know. This is all us so. I'm glad to see that that attitude has kind of shifted and now you know more acknowledgement to What the falcons hander. Putting into it too. That's one thing. I hope continues. Why the Online stuff the streams. continue just. because like there's definitely a different feel to the interactions and presentations with that than the in person events. Where if you're lucky you can get like mark webber experience every once in a while we stand around and talk about mostly nothing but also little bits and pieces of the toy design part of it and just have him completely off the rails. It was brilliant. I love that experience But a lot of it. Is you know the center there through the pr people and the people back at the home office to be very careful. How and what you talk about you know. There are a lot more like on a leash with how they interact with the fans so the mark webber experiences rare and most we. It's just like told the company line so like the streams don't seem to have that problem in the same way and i would like that attitude and feeling to continue now. Maybe for the reveal streams where. They're very obviously reading off. Scripts you know practice little war. I have no problem with reading off script. I do it all the time but just learning to stand. Were naturals pretty much. How do you get to mount. Saint hillary practice practice practice. Okay rage so it was allowed pedal. Hopefully there's a.

mark webber one thing takhar Saint hillary
Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight

"The biden administration is holding tens of thousands of asylum seeking children in an opaque network of some two hundred facilities that the associated press has learned spans two dozen states and includes five shelters with more than a thousand children packed inside confidential data obtained by the ap shows the number of migrant children in government custody more than doubled in the past two months and this week the federal government was housing around twenty one thousand children from toddlers to teens a facility at fort bliss. A us army post in el paso. Texas has more than four and a half thousand children as of monday. Attorneys advocates mental experts. Say that while some shelters are safe and provide adequate care. Others are endangering children's health and safety a us department of health and human services spokesman mark webber said the department stuff and contractors a working hard to keep children in the custody safe and healthy part of the government's plan to manage thousands of children crossing the us mexico. Border involves about a dozen unlicensed emergency facilities inside military installations stadiums and convention centers that skirts states regulations and don't require traditional legal oversight inside the facilities cold emergency in sites children on guaranteed access to education recreational opportunities or legal counsel

Biden Administration The Associated Press Us Department Of Health And Hu Fort Bliss Us Army El Paso Federal Government Mark Webber Texas Mexico Government United States
"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Stayed by Mark Webber and sponsored by the Van Heusen Company and G three apparel WR and W x Q. HD to New York relaunch, Restart. Recover. This'd is where New York comes for everything you need to know the voice of New York 7 10 W O R an I Heart radio station. It's 36 cloudy at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield. A winter weather advisory in the bank from 7 A.m. Monday to 7 A.m. Tuesday. Here we go again. Meteorologist Jeffy No as you, WR Weather Channel forecast just a moment. Ah homeless man charged with murder and attempted murder after police say he confessed to four unprovoked subway knife attacks here in the city. One of the victims has been identified as 44 year old clothing. Roberts. And 21 year old Rigoberto Lopez is accused of stabbing the four people in a 14 hour span on the train hated between Far Rockaway in Upper Manhattan Back on Friday. He was arrested yesterday in Washington Heights, according to the Daily News. Cops say he is mentally ill. His last known address was a homeless shelter in Brooklyn, and police say he has four prior arrests, including one for felony assault. Back in January. More than 150. Firefighters were on the scene this morning in Queens. The battle of four alarm fire Paul the Castro files this report, officials say the blaze broke out on the ground floor of a one story dollar store on Jamaica Avenue in Jamaica around 7:30 A.m. Itcause service on the J subway line to be briefly suspended in both directions between Jamaica Center and Crescent Street due to the fire being located below and above ground train station, no injuries..

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The show is produced and hosted by Mark Webber. The show is sponsored by G three apparel and the Van Heusen company. The views expressed in the following program are those of the sponsor and not necessarily the opinion of 17. W, O R or I. Heart media. Who is Mark Webber. He's a self made business executive here to help you find your success from the New York City projects to the Avenue Montagne in Paris. His global success story in the luxury world of fashion is inspirational. He's gone from clerk to CEO Twice. Mark is classic proof. That the American dream is alive and well, Here's your host of always in fashion. Mark Webber. Get Amy's didn't see that she's a side of find a way out way. Put out, baby. Nice, eh? Said she's a son by love up their car. I need you. Come on. Commission needs a lot of need you.

"mark webber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mark webber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Stopped, my captain knew the residents. You need to leave. The house has been ransacked Everything either alittle fight in there or first thing I thought was a robbery into. Of course we found to these Today Marks 20 years since emergency responders found a murdered woman inside of a burning home and kill Devil Hills. The victim was 33 year old Denise Johnson. The only way to understand in East Johnson story is to move counterclockwise in time to go backwards to the point Her clock violently stopped. She was, you know, fight for life. Obviously, it was a struggle going on. You wouldn't know it looking at this home that something terrible happened here 20 years ago. Horrible crime that is yet to be solved. I'm your host, Delia, dm brah. This is counter clock. The investigation into the 22 year old unsolved murder of 33 year old Denise Johnson. Counter clock is an audio chuck original. Listen and follow this podcast for free and weather together just minutes from now, at the bottom of the hour news radio 11 90 k X. I'm Ryan Gorman from I already own filling in for the team here while they enjoy their holiday off and right now to talk about some covert 19 vaccine information. I know everyone has a lot of questions about this these days. I'm joined by Mark Webber, deputy assistant Secretary for public affairs and human services in the office of the assistant secretary for public affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services. Mark. Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us, I guess the.

Denise Johnson assistant secretary for public deputy assistant Secretary East Johnson Mark Webber Department of Health and Human robbery Devil Hills Ryan Gorman Delia murder
"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is a guy will come in with a light purple shirt, Maybe a purple sweater like gray slacks and black shoes. And you go. Wow, that is a nice outfit. And you have a choice And for me, that's when I learned it. I knew color is money. It's the color of money. You need to know how to be simple and classy. How to take the pants the shirt the belt and just keep it simple. And the key word his color should blend because their value in color With that. Heavy duty. Shut on. How was starting the show, Which we're calling the color of money would be back in a minute. Always in fashion thistles, Mark Weber. This is always in fashion. When I think about the single most important item and a man's wardrobe, it's a shirt. After all the shirts that's right up by your face. And it's the platform from which you were seen. The right shirt. The right call the right fit says so much about you. Well, I work for venues and most of my career, and I know the company. Company was built on innovation. Fashion is a given. But innovation is something that someone needs a vision. The people have been using have always had it from the beginning to now. And you said, makes a product with a flex college. The column moves with you. It's incredible how comfortable that collar is particularly in a dress shirt because over time The fabric shrinks gets tight around the collar, but not van used this Fleck scholar, But the newest innovation is something that I find incredibly interesting stained shield. I know for myself my best items. The things I love the most. I'm always worried about ruining them, and nothing is hid it more than stains. Drink wine. Have some mustard. Some catch up. You know, I know sometimes was sloppy. Can't help yourself and your room you shirt, then using invented stained shield. No matter what Now, whether it's coffee, wine, mustard, ketchup, you name it hits your shirt. It will not stain. Because of the special drying properties of this new technology. It disappears. You wipe it off, and you're good. This is a remarkable achievement. Especially those of you who big shots and business you with the business lunches. Okay, you go out. You have a business lunch of being cool. You think you're great and boom, Something gets on your shirt. You ruin it. He's surprised how when it's washed the doesn't come back to normal, then using innovative flex collar stained shield. Amazing, and of course, the fashion is always spot on. Speaking spots, then use and stained shield. Great new innovation. Try it out. Welcome back to always in fashion. Here's your host Mark Webber. Richard, I want you to be truthful. Anymore. I want them to turn black. Girl find Christy best song flows. My head feels hard. This goes to accept the fact that we're in business for one reason to make money, few colors.

Mark Weber Mark Webber Fleck Christy Richard
"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Mark Webber, Lock in empty bottle buster bother ways Lock no scooter, slipping slowly to its good Lot ghost of those son, Wisconsin wearing time. Black alone. Bombs watch the world on one, Doug Nowhere going nowhere with me. Yeah, This is park where, but this is always in fashion. If you're still listening, E make the surprise because I'm rambling tonight. I'm talking about whatever I want to talk about. I'm under house arrest at my little crazy. Yeah. 10 months of this I'm a little off. Having said that? I think we're gonna look back in time and really appreciate all this extra time. We've had to be amongst ourselves. For me. One of the great benefits his TV. I did become a fan of sports. I've been watching football every game. I can get my eyes on. Wait before you even go there. Can we talk for a second about Charlie Woods? Absolutely. Go ahead. What would you like to say? You talk about sports? How amazing. Was it? Seeing Tiger Woods son play with him in that tournament. That was surreal. That was one of the most amazing things I think we've ever seen. What was amazing seeing an 11 year old competed golf, but even more amazing. Did he have the most beautiful golf swing you ever saw? He's many tiger. They called them the cub, his mannerisms, his swing. They all look like Tiger Woods. You would expect that you'd expect the sun Of the greatest golfer in the history of the sport to be like that. Oh, well, it's a leap, but yeah, I guess so. He's following in his father's footsteps. And what a sweet little boy He's cute, E. He had the right attitude. I love what he did The fist pump. Yeah, it was great to watch. Great watch, talk about being at home and under house arrest. That was a great one. All right, let's talk about some other stuff. TV is my favorite movie. I didn't think of it Was you ready? My favorite movie in a long time is the last movie I actually saw in movie theaters. What was it The gentleman Matthew McConaughey. That's a great movie and on always in fashion, you talk about style. That movie had great style. I loved watching that movie. They most amazing acting of that movie. Can I tell you Can I tell you? Of course you know you grant. Hugh Grant, because he was so unlike you, Grant, you would forget it. Tim, if all you heard was the action, and you weren't watching, you would have no idea that that's Hugh Grant's voice, His accent his behavior, You know when these guys connect You know what? I think most of us here is sitting your house. Look at these movies, he said. I could do that. I could do that. You don't realize how hard acting really is. And how good these guys are taking themselves outside themselves and doing something with it. Plus it was Guy Ritchie film is really cool. Very different. I loved it. 1 to 10. I gave it a 10. Have a favorite movie or TV show, Jess. Ah, you know, it was amazing. The Queen's gambit. I mean, I don't know anything about chess. I've never played chess in my life. I've never shown an interest in chest and you don't even need to know anything about chest T O love this story. It's incredible the acting the time pieces. It was amazing to watch, and she was incredible to watch. She's going to be a superstar. You watch and see. You know what is a sleeper that I don't hear anybody talking about? But I love watching five seasons of it. Peaky blinders. What's that guy's name? Who stars in that Killian Murphy? I hated him. After Batman. He played that weirdo. This thing. He's a 10. I loved it. Great Show what was the best made for TV movie extraction from Chris Hemsworth on Netflix. I got to tell you one of the best action movies I've ever seen, and I was not expecting anything from this movie. It was like a combination of Jason Bourne. John Wick, and I don't even know what else you know. I wasn't surprised because I'm a big fan of him. And I think it was produced by the same people that did Avengers. So you would expect a quality product Unbelievable action movie. Then there was a funny of romantic comedy that I kind of loved. I don't like the lead star. You gotta remember. Help me with his name. Charlize Theron. Zenit Seth Rogan. Yeah. You know what the name of that movie was Long shot. Seth Rogan and Charlize Theron. It was one of the funniest movies and the lines. If you really watch it, it's a mile a minute. Funny stuff. So there's a lot of stuff going on a TV right now, which, fortunately, I got to watch. What else you like? What can I tell you? What I didn't like? Sure Tenant, Christopher Nolan's tenant. And if I tell you, I had such high expectations for this movie. Couldn't have been more disappointed. This thing you need to be like, Ah, bio engineer physicist to understand what's going on and unbelievably complicated. Movie that like, why do I? Even after I watched the movie I had to go online to figure out what was happening. And I still don't understand it. Why does it have to be like that? Why? It could have been made too much so more simple. Okay, I watched it the first time and I didn't understand that. I admit I was a little sleepy. I was falling asleep here and there, but the opening scene. James Bond, It was a 10. 10. No to say I understood what was going on. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. Then I watched the second time and at the end of the second time, there's still too much unexplained, But it's film beautifully. And the concept is pretty crazy. You know what it was like. Okay. When he did inception, I thought that was an interesting concept, right? It's about dreams. I could buy that this concept and I'm not going to ruin it. I don't understand why even anybody would think to make a movie about this. You know what it failed. The most scary part is it's failing because of covert. It's not in the theaters. Wonder Woman's coming out. I think they're worried that the same thing's gonna happen. So what's gonna be with Hollywood? If you can't go to the theaters and you can't make big money online? I don't know you and I talked about James Bond. I said I'd pay $1000 to see James Bond online right now. I happen to be under house arrest, and I'm talking about it tonight, and those of you stayed with us from the beginning you were going to determine whether or not this is his good or is confusing his tenant. I'm all over the place. I'm talking about whatever I want to talk about. I hope that's okay. Either way. I'll be back in a minute. Always in fashion thistles. Mark Webber. I remember so clearly when Donna Karen hit the scene. It was explosive. She was one of the most dynamic designers in the history of the world, and how product was very, very different for anything anyone in America had ever seen. She was modern. She was New York. She was vibrant. When you looked at the business in those days, there are companies like Ralph Polo or Tommy Hilfiger on Orica great traditional American brands, but no one identified modern. You wanted modern you had to find George Armani. Black was the basis of his presentation and everything about it had a European chic to it. But Latin America until Donna came Donna was a New York life resident. Understood the pace of the city. Understood what it was like to live in the city that never sleeps. That goes 24 7. Donna invented DK and y Donna Karen, New York. I'll never forget the first time I saw it. I was in London and they had built a magnificent four Flory store in a building with an open roof. A glass ceiling glass ceiling, I suppose, representing which changing the way things are done. DK and why was frankly nothing short of extraordinary. Both men and both for women. Black was the basis of the brand, although there many colors played off the palate. And they all look good against black. Let's face it. We live active lifestyles. We get up in the morning. We do different things. We work we play. Evenings is about entertaining as seeing the best that New York has too often. He came. Why Officer collection immense wearing women's wear, but footwear, accessories, suits, shirts, ties. Women's sports were women's activewear that speaks to the lifestyle that goes with you wherever you want to go, and it's always modern. It's always contemporary. It's always at the forefront of what fashion should be. With the New York lifestyle in mind. I've lived the life. I was the chairman and CEO Donna Karen. I understood what that brand men and I can tell you. If you want to step out. You want to walk away from your traditional routes? If you want to be modern, you want to make a statement of elegance but in the New York kind of way with sophistication Of New York. As a person who understands all the city has to offer and all the modern lifestyle in America is about you find it everywhere..

Donna Karen New York James Bond Mark Webber Hugh Grant Tiger Woods Charlie Woods Zenit Seth Rogan America Black Charlize Theron Wisconsin Doug Nowhere Matthew McConaughey Guy Ritchie chairman and CEO golf football Chris Hemsworth
"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Let me out. This is Mark Webber. I'm under house arrest. But I love my home. E. I love being at home way will do its home. I'm going to tell you what you already know. 2020 ranks up. There is one of the worst years and our history the world's history, my history. Miserable, but I'm not depressed. I'm alone but not lost. I'm sad but not unhappy. I'm frightened, but I'm not scared. I'm worried for me, but more for my family. I understand the rules, but not the game. Play the game, but don't see the endgame. I don't see what it'll take to win. I'm in the race but don't understand the finish line. I hear the plan but don't understand the direction The ground is stable. Yet the earth keep shifting. The story's changed. No one knows what to believe. Now. I'm miserable but not unhappy. Ah, miserable, but I'm not without hope. I've learned so much this year. I've learned more than ever about people. I don't like humans, but some are amazing. Been startled by their brilliance, grateful for their sacrifice surprised by the resilience But in the macro, I don't like humans. They're often wrong, but never in doubt. Many you're stupid, and the problem with stupid people is they don't know They're stupid. So you can't reason with them For the first time, though, perhaps in history, we're all in the same position together. Everyone is affected. You would think it's obvious at this point how to behave yet? We don't Well, stupid. 2020 has been a year to forget. Too much must be remembered for us our lives for our careers for humanity. I've told you nothing that you don't know that you don't feel that you haven't experienced that You haven't shared Humans are resilient. We have found the way to exist the way to go to carry on. Not to move forward, at least to keep moving. The world closed the world reopened. This still disaster all around us. Health work Well being still not right. Not normal. I forgot what's normal. We've persevered. We've lost too many. But I've learned 2020 is a horrible year, but it's almost behind us. That in of itself is cause for celebration. There appears to be a sliver of hope. A sliver of light at the end of the tunnel. I so much want to believe in me. I'm under house arrest. Don't have the electric bracelet on my ankle physically, but mentally, it's there. I'm under house arrest. I'm sheltered in place. Have a great year for us on the radio and podcast. I've enjoyed the writing The time I spend with Jesse the time thinking on while I'm not participating in life observing life house arrest clearly much too long. But perhaps I'm benefiting from it. Perhaps all of us will look back on these times some day. And remember the time we spent with ourselves was time well spent. 2020 has been on house arrest. I'm recording from home. So much has taken place that I've seen through this window. That's the plan for tonight. This year is ending, but there's still no end in sight. Still, it's worth some kind of ceremony. I have a synopsis new president but we have an old president. Bankruptcy and plenty of excuses who we started with a healthy economy with no unemployment. We ended with no economy with everyone unemployed. A plague and a vaccine. That's it 2020. I'm done. Let the ball drop. However, I have to say there were some things that I think about, I guess stuff off the beaten track worthy of a call out, and that's the plan for tonight. House arrest 2020 Insights being at home this year. I already knew how much I love my younger son, lawyer and co host Jesse Weber. Hey, Jesse, I gotta say it's amazing that we could do this show from home and we're not even together. Don't you figure this out? Well, I could say, genius, but that wouldn't be true. Look, the truth is My generation is just more comfortable on the Internet. We can figure all this stuff out this so much that we deal with its ipads iPhones computers. We learned about this stuff when we were babies. It's like second nature for us how fast sometimes you're amazed at how quickly I can type it does. It's not a big thing to me, but like you're amazed at how I could do it. And if you think about this year and technology I mean, if we had to have a pandemic, thank goodness this pandemic happened in 2020. We can order everything. Online food, clothes supplies. We can all communicate with each other Zoom face time We can work from home. It's amazing how much technology actually saved our lives. That's very, very good. Call out. I haven't thought about that. That's a great call out. Yeah, Look, I wasn't around. And what was it 1917 for that pandemic, But I don't know. It's probably a very different than it was here. Now. I'll tell you, I'll tell you there's some technology that I haven't used. I haven't been in an uber. Since March. I miss it. I miss the convenience of it. I've been walking everywhere. My legs are stronger. But when you're walking in the cold in the rain, I do miss that uber you, on the other hand, as much as I seem to be good and technology. You see if the struggle a little bit, my friend. I feel almost like you're you're vice president of technology. Well, I question Yeah, I need help from time to time and I'll tell you I'm really computer savvy in Technology literate, but you seem to have a doctorate level. Well, wait a second. I have to explain things to you over the phone with your computer. And are you sure you want to say that you're savvy with the computer? You're like, What is this box? Mean? What is this Little arrow? I don't know where I am anymore. We're going to start over. I wanna move on. What did you think about my synapses for the year? Did I miss anything? Those three sentences summing up the year Well was it was to the point. I can add things like scary, miserable, depressing. I could add all that. You know the psychology affecting people, all these different issues, But all in all, I'm with you. I'm with you. I preferred not dealing with the misery of the year on. I like these observations. Look, stuff happens. So I'm with you. All right. And by the way talking about computer technology, all right. I had a nightmare that I handled myself this week. That's what out you You're ready. You know who my best friend now is. Ah, I don't know The motive. Vehicle Department. I Congar Rinty you No one has ever said that before in their life. Everyone hates the DMG. My best friends, all you know, and you need help You wait on the phone for about an hour and they actually pick up and help you. But that's not what I want to complain about. Or I want to talk about. I have a great story. I think. First of all, I needed my car registration Renewed. I got an email that it was coming due back in November, and the car registration was due in January. I told me go online and take care of it. And, frankly speaking, I went online. I was able to register cough virtually That's still free. Paid for less than a week later of my registration came back for the car. I was amazed, but I have a slightly different nightmare coming on my license. Was due to be renewed in February and now starting to wonder. How am I going to renew my license in February? Don't I need an eye exam? And I looked it up and sure enough You need an eye exam, and there's no answer Butts. Went to you. And you were basically no help. By the way. I'm sorry, Maya Vision test expert and do my work at the D M V. I did the best I could. I was actually to be intellectually honest. I stayed on the phone for three hours trying to get you an answer. Yeah, well, your incident help very much Mr VP of technology. I did try. I've gone to to my doctors in the last one was in 2015. I finally got the guy on the phone his assistant anyway and I asked if he could do a virtual eye exam for the Motor vehicle Bureau, and they came back and said no. That they can examine my eyes. So this been freaking me out for a long time..

Jesse Weber Mark Webber president vice president of technology Motor vehicle Bureau Mr VP Butts Vehicle Department
"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"mark webber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is not a democracy. Your boss is not elected. With the exception of the board of directors by the shareholders, No one's elected Then I guaranteed anything Cos want facts, not opinions. When I have a plan I wanted embraced, and I wanted followed well again. I didn't realize that this was a dictatorship, which it is. I mean, or or Russia. If that you're more comfortable with that, Where have you been? It's my way or the highway. Jesse, do I have to say what you want? No, I'm not telling you what to say. I don't edit your comments. Your perspective your style, but it's my ball game. It's my ball. We're gonna play by my rules. Yes, it is. Yes, it is The Mark Webber show. Always investor with Mark River. What? You have a doubt You're an interesting guy. You're an interesting guy. But look, you know it's funny about this. All kidding aside If I'm getting this from you, my father Everyone out there. Imagine what it's like in a company. You better be smart. You better read that situation. You better know which way the ship is sailing and you get on board. So I will say with what you are saying, right now, these air good lessons. But what if I had a different opinion on the show? Great questions. While I was planning Beginning to collect my thoughts. Sending you a rough draft. I'd welcome your input. But once I've chosen and plotted a course it's too late. You're working in a company you choose to be in the luxury business. There's no sales. No discounts. Come come to me later on, Tell me you think we should be selling TJ Maxx or C years or JC Penney? That's stupid, Disrespectful, dumb. And if I were to choose my words very carefully. I like that approach. So, for example, what if I said, sir, With all due respect, I think you're wrong here. Oh, what an opening. I'll tell you what. For the purpose of lessons here. I had started his young man in my company one weekend to what? I was invited to a meeting where the senior vice president of the entire company was holding court and there were a group of 20 individual sitting in this room discussing What the next collection of products would be on. The senior vice president was kind of like the emperor in the Coliseum. He'd be shown all these products and if he liked him thumbs up, or if you didn't like them there with thumbs down and no question about it. You want to talk dictator emperors above a dictator, he decided categorically what would make it or not? And sure people were offering their opinions on when he got around to me. He said To me, Mark, what do you think? I remember saying to him I don't agree with you on many of these things. Some of these things were really current. There my generation. I would like them. I think you're wrong. They went on, continue to talk with the people made his decisions look like you took everyone's input and then decided what he wanted to do. Thea and of the meeting. Everyone said goodbye and as we're all walking out, he said, Mark stick around a minute. He gets up goes to his desk. Points to a chair in front of his death, he says, Come take a seat and he looked at me and said Mark. I may not always be right. But I'm never wrong. So you want to talk about lessons? Well, I gotta tell you, it sounds like you could be one of those guys that you've mentioned before. Who's often wrong and never in doubt. Gush. I wish I never tortured expression, particularly if you're gonna use it against me. The bottom line is you're entitled to your own opinion, but not your own fax. Tax, man or truth, Mattis honesty matters but in my world When I want your opinion, I'll give it to you. All right, Let's try something here being that we're talking about opinions. Tom Cruise was in the news this week. Someone recorded him on set of Mission. Impossible. Seven and he lost that he went crazy. He started yelling and cursing at the people on the set for breaking Covad restrictions, and he was really angry news do all kinds of threats. I'm curious. Jesse. Do you have opinion about his behavior, Do you Carol? My opinion is absolutely if you're right, well, OK. I have a few opinions on this number one I'm a huge Tom Cruise fan. Okay. Love him. I thought about if I ever had the chance to meet him, I would. What I would do is I would thank him. Thank him for the years of entertainment and all that, So I've given him, you know a lot of leeway over the years with the aliens and all this stuff he puts out great entertainment. That's all I care about. So I listened to this rant. And apparently, what happened was there were two people who were too close together. Now. My first opinion was He has a very big ego. There was so much I'm doing this. I'm doing this. It's may look what we're doing. Treating. What they're doing is almost like they're putting out the covert vaccine. That's how important it is what they're doing, and it's all about him. It's on his shoulders and what he's doing. It felt a little bit like he's got a huge ego. Now the second part and this is the more important part. My opinion is He did absolutely nothing wrong. We're living in a world a pandemic where too Many people are not taking it seriously, And I think a part of what motivated him was to say if I can scare them if I make this important if I take the few minutes to really yell at them. They'll snap out of it because not only are they putting everyone in danger, as he said, the whole set could be shut down. The whole movie could be shut down. Everybody loses their work. There's a lot riding on.

Mark Jesse senior vice president Mark River Mark Webber Russia TJ Maxx Tom Cruise Covad JC Penney Thea Mattis Carol
Georgia, 2 other states eyed for permanent child detention centers

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Georgia, 2 other states eyed for permanent child detention centers

"The president has indicated ice roundups of deported immigrants will begin today the president had delayed the planned for two weeks meanwhile land in Texas is being considered for a new migrant child detention center mark Webber from the department of health and Human Services says federal officials are looking for land in Texas to build a new my great trial detention center Houston San Antonio and Dallas are among the five cities in the nation that the department thinks could house migrant children officials say they're looking for properties that could hold up to five hundred children have at least two acres of outdoor area around them and over one hundred thousand square feet the leases for the centers are for twenty years site Senate land in Phoenix are also being

President Trump Texas Mark Webber Houston San Antonio Phoenix Department Of Health And Human Dallas Senate Twenty Years Two Acres Two Weeks
Missing teen located in Mexico, 45-year-old man arrested, authorities say

Always in Fashion with Mark Webber

01:41 min | 5 years ago

Missing teen located in Mexico, 45-year-old man arrested, authorities say

"The sixteen year old pennsylvania girl who disappeared more than two weeks ago after taking a one way flight to mexico with a married forty five year old friend of the family has been found someone on the flight to cancun that recognize them when they got back home they saw their faces on the news and it was that passenger that then alerted authorities that he thought they were in mexico correspondent jeanne kosovars is the two were flown to miami where kevin esther lee was taken into custody and amy you was flown back to her family in allentown a road rage murderers being sought by police differ township new jersey investigators are looking for a pickup truck the image of which was captured on surveillance video police say the driver of that truck slashed the face of joseph perry who later died and pressure is mounting on facebook to come forward and explained who knew what about britain base data firm with ties to the trump campaign this comes on the heels of a new york times report that said cambridge analytica collected personal data from fifty million facebook users without their approval members of congress are voicing concerns senator jeff flake republican from arizona spoke out on cnn state of the union this is a big deal when you have that amount of data and the privacy violations there are significant facebook has suspended cambridge analytica for violating the social media sites policies claiming the company obtained user data and then did not destroy it when requested the company denies any wrongdoing marlins maderas washington i'm bill rosie on seventy seven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans says seconds i this check on traffic from the raycatena dot com traffic center i'm graham mitchell heading south on.

Mexico Washington Marlins CNN Jeff Flake Senator New York Times Britain AMY Miami Cancun Jeanne Kosovars Pennsylvania Graham Mitchell Bill Evans New York Bill Rosie Arizona Congress