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Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

"Very well. Kick it off with an item from cnn says learjet once the goto private plane for celebrities is ending production. How their jetty courses owned by bombard. Aa they say that they will stop production later. This year bombarded said that they will concentrate on the challenger and global aircraft which are more profitable but The company's gotta interesting history David started in one thousand nine hundred sixty two by bill. Lear and i think entry into service was nineteen sixty three for the longest time. It was the ultimate status symbol. Business jet i mean it. It's been shows up in song. Like carly simon song and it was flown by the stars and it looked good. I mean it. it's kind of. It's kind of unfortunate that we're going to lose an aircraft that looked fast and and represented the elite all those years but it. It's been around a long time. Originally goes back to a company that lear formed called swiss american aircraft corporation located in in switzerland but that That didn't last too long and were were moved but i understand that the first learjet was actually adapted from a nineteen fifties swiss ground attack fighter. Aircraft the ffa p sixteen so. I wasn't aware that origin till a little bit of research today. It's a class of aircraft that most as this article points out that most people don't want it's holds five to seven And it you know anybody who wants a fast business jet once more people so there. We're talking about globals and challengers so I guess it's just it's time has come on for and just unfortunate 'cause it's always been one of my favorite aircraft up including my nineteen seventy-two matchbox sky busters earlier jet bright little yellow and white body. So they will be missed. So i'm sure they'll be flying around for a long time well. And there's another factor as well to and you're talking about the five to six place said jet market and that is that the non three hundred of which they've sold about five hundred now is lower price so i think they just got Undercut by the competition also the fbi non one hundred which is even less expensive. So that's part of the changing market Now we've talked on the show years about the restructuring of bombay and they've been selling off in a low performing units. They've had a huge amount of debt to pay down. Which is why they've been selling them off. We talked here about when they sold the series their airliner which was sold off to airbus. And this is going to be Job cuts all over the place in a separate article. I saw that. I think about three hundred people will lose their jobs in wichita allow the production is based another arrest. Seven hundred i think are being lost in either quebec or ontario of because there's some being lost in both provinces i forget which one was the most but one was seven hundred and the other was a one hundred so big impact All the way around it does really make party a instead of the cult conglomerate that it was with all kinds of different things including a railcar business very much a single business entity and we've talked in the past how feel a lot of the business jet companies. They've gotten multiple businesses Textron's a great example And so this is really gonna make them highly subject to the you know the ups and downs of the market and fortunately the markets in an upturn business jets are selling well but boy. This'll be a real challenge for them. The future i think when there's a downturn in the market bill. Lear william powell. Lear was also an interesting guy course. he's He died longtime ago in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight. So it's been it's been quite a while and we've mentioned before that he actually invented the eight track Which many of our Younger listeners are not gonna know what that is. Tell us what is that. Because i don't know what an eight track is. I had one of those In my truck. Back in the let's see would have been in the Early seventies but he was a self taught engineer. But you know what. I didn't realize is that he was actually a call. Your trophy winner. But not for the learjet. Do you know what he won the collier trophy for david. No i didn't know he won a collier trophy. He did for the f. five autopilot. The autopilot was for the lear jet. Not for an f five. That was a test david. You passed double checking very good man. So yeah now bombarded says that they're going to continue to to support the aircraft ecorse encouraging and really to be expected But yeah it's kind of sad to see an old name like that disappear all right we have From marketwatch archer aviation gets one billion dollar order from united airlines on the same day announces. A deal to go public Max united airlines united is getting interested in vitale aircraft.

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How the live music industry is adapting to the pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 8 months ago

How the live music industry is adapting to the pandemic

"Don't live concert sector has taken it on the chin during the pandemic. So how is the industry shifting to meet the needs of music lovers unfortunate to be able to do online concerts. We've been able to spend more time writing collaborating over, you know, platforms like this. Harvey Mason Jr is interim president and CEO of the record. Industry, which hosts the Grammys, and he tells MarketWatch they were going to be really creative on how we move forward how we do concerts. Virtually there's now driving concerts and things like that other Benson safety bubbles that have been prepared where the smaller groups of people being able to come together and then use and he's optimistic. Ongoing tech innovation will help connect performers and fans. Music is something that really It's Suze. It's medicine. It's also an expression outlets. I think finding ways for music and tech to come together is very important, I think is happening more now than ever. Brennan Hazleton w. T o P News 11

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Apple's changes to its App Store could hamper some game-streaming services

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Apple's changes to its App Store could hamper some game-streaming services

"Apple revised its APP store guidelines today ahead of the release of IOS 14, the latest version of the iPhone operating system, Microsoft and Facebook of complained publicly in recent months that Apple's rules restrict with their gaming APS Khun do on iPhones and ipads. MARKETWATCH reports. The changes announced by Apple today could hamper game streaming

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Why a California Ruling Against  Uber and Lyft Could Have a National Impact

Business Wars Daily

03:59 min | 9 months ago

Why a California Ruling Against Uber and Lyft Could Have a National Impact

"New legislation could put the brakes on the GIG economy last Monday a California Superior Court judge ruled that rideshare companies Uber and Lyft must reclassify drivers from independent contractors to employees. The companies are appealing that decision but if the ruling stands Uber and lift would have to add thousands of drivers to their payrolls and offer them benefits like healthcare paid sick leave vacation the companies say the additional cost would jeopardize their businesses. The ruling is the result of California's a B five law a b five, which took effect in January. It was the first of a series of labor bills that have cropped up around the country in states like. New York New Jersey Illinois and others, and there's a proposed federal version to the laws are well intentioned ms classified workers are a big problem. Nationwide some companies pay fulltime workers as independent contractors to avoid the cost of payroll taxes, health insurance, sick leave, or vacation time so-called ten, ninety, nine workers named for the irs form businesses file to report the income they paid aren't covered by most labor laws. So these workers don't get minimum wage overtime, medical leave or other protections but how do you determine which category you fall into a b five uses the so-called ABC. Test to determine whether an individual is an independent contractor or employee. Basically if the company controls most of how you work or provide your equipment or office, you're an employee, and if you work in the company's quote primary business like say being a driver for a ride share company urine employees to. But pushback on ABC test legislation strong critics like the US Chamber of Commerce say the test is antiquated. It was developed in the nineteen thirties when people were offices or factories. The ABC test also doesn't consider the increase in freelance and independent work that technology has enabled as result. The vague language could also apply to workers like freelance writers, musicians, and even lawyers who work independently and from task rabbit to Insta- cart virtually no GIG worker platform would be spared from the laws. There's another issue too many people choose to work as independent contractors and GIG workers. They like being their own bosses they can turn down work when they feel like it take medications when they want to and create their own dress code try doing that with typical employer for Uber and live. The ruling is just the latest batch of bad news. Both companies have been struggling during the pandemic people are staying home more. So they need fewer rights, which means the rideshare companies need drivers in. February Uber announced that it would lay off roughly thirty five. Hundred employees. The workers got the news during a zoom call according to Forbes. Oh, the irony in April lift laid off about one thousand employees and furloughed about three hundred more even Uber's news. The expansion of its food delivery Business Uber eats isn't all that great as food deliveries have grown uber eats has surged more than double the size of Obama's ride business but overeat still isn't profitable. Uber is attempting to boost its margins through consolidation according to a Yahoo Finance report last year it acquired food delivery company post meets to bolster its delivery business. Last Wednesday. Both companies announced that the California ruling could force them to suspend operations in the Golden State at least for a few months, California makes up more than ten percent of each company's gross bookings marketwatch reports. That revenue loss would be yet another speed bump for the rideshare companies during an already rocky year for now uber and left we'll wait for the results of their appeal. Hoping another judge will shift gears on the ruling.

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Visa: 13 million Latin Americans made first-ever online purchases in March quarter

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Visa: 13 million Latin Americans made first-ever online purchases in March quarter

"Related shutdowns have pushed more people to buy things online for the first time visa says all mind spending for the month of April was up eighteen percent in Latin America thirteen million visa card holders may be E. commerce purchases for the first time ever during the recent quarter that's about two of every ten active visa card holders in the region visit chief product officer Jack for still tells marketwatch the company seeing a massive acceleration toward E. commerce these is also predicting more customers will be switching to new cards that allow you to touch to pay and for still says the company's created a special dispute monitoring programs to help resolve issues when card payments get reversed

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Banks are Cutting Their Risk By Cutting Your Credit Card Limits

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Banks are Cutting Their Risk By Cutting Your Credit Card Limits

"On this Wednesday may twentieth. Hey have you applied for a new credit card in the last couple of months if so and if you've had trouble getting approved well you're in good company? Given all the financial uncertainty were experiencing right. Now banks are nervous so they're making it much tougher to qualify for new cards to avoid taking on customers. Who may not be able to pay their bills. According to the Saint Louis Federal Reserve forty percent of. Us Bank say. They're getting choosier about who they lend money to. Where that's issuing credit cards or personal loans? That's the biggest pull back in lending since two thousand nine. According to see net among the biggest lenders to play defense this way discover financial services apply for a discover card. And you'll find the company verifying your employment not just your credit score and if you are approved your credit limit may well be less than you'd hope for on recent earnings called discover CEO. Roger Hawks Trial said the company's taking these and other steps to quote curtail risk to put it more plainly discover and other financial institutions. WanNa make sure they don't get saddled with too much. Unpaid debt pre pandemic discover had been growing steadily and profitably twenty. Nineteen was a good year and the company was expecting twenty twenty to be even better instead. Discover lost about sixty million dollars in the first quarter of this year and its future like the future of so many other businesses is clearly uncertain which is to say things may not be any easier at the other major credit card companies both city and capital. One say they are also tightening up credit requirements C net reports. Okay so maybe you can't get a new card and you haven't seen one of those zero balanced transfer offers that to flood your mailbox in months but that's not all. Some companies are reducing credit limits for existing customers. It's happening a lot one out of four American credit card users. That's fifty million. People have had their credit limits slashed on at least one card in the previous thirty days some have even had an account closed. That's according to a survey by compare cards a service owned by lending tree. Those changes are hitting Gen Z. Millennials and Gen xers equally according to see net. Apparently baby boomers are being spared so far. This is a tough thing to have happened. If you've just lost your job or you expect to and it often comes as a rather ugly surprise credit cards dot com analysts had rosman told Marketwatch. Most people don't realize how much freedom credit card issuers have to cut limits or even cancel cards without warning companies that acknowledged they're assessing credit limits. Include Wells Fargo. Us Bank in American Express and American Express spokesperson told Marketwatch that the company is based in credit limits on quote real time. Evaluations of a person's financial help so too is synchrony financial which issue store credit cards including JC Penney. Gap and American Eagle outfitters discovers. Roger Hawks child however is expressly said the company is not slashing credit limits or closing inactive accounts given the millions of Americans who are now jobless hawks trial call those actions challenging according to Bloomberg. Pulling away credit. When they need it most can have tremendously adverse impacts hawks trial set indeed. Many people rely on credit cards as emergency funds in April about a month into lockdowns about forty seven percent of Americans had credit card debt. That's up four points from March. According to a survey by CREDIT CARDS DOT COM and having your credit limit reduced or a card cancelled can hurt your credit score. Even as news rolls out about the new challenges of getting and keeping credit banks are also enrolling people in programs intended to help almost half a million discover account holders signed up for its skip a payment program. Those account holders have balances of more than three and a half billion dollars altogether. Yes you heard that right. Billion WITH A B. Other issuers are also

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The PPP Loan Disastrous Result

Clark Howard Show

06:09 min | 1 year ago

The PPP Loan Disastrous Result

"I want to talk right now about something. That has just absolutely fallen. Apart and that is assistance to small businesses that many of which are just days or weeks away from shutting down permanently and it was the intent of Congress weeks ago to get relief to those small businesses and a lot has gone wrong. There's a new briefing right now on the SBA website at SBA dot Gov that for the direct lending program called the idol a economic injury disaster loans for Corona virus. They're not taking any applications reason. They ran out of money. They ran out of money pretty much the second day the program was available and started trying to ration money. That didn't work. So they're just flat out out of money for small businesses then the payroll program that launched with great hope that was going to help businesses from very very small ones up to businesses. That a lot of measurements would say mid size with five hundred employees that this program has been a complete fail because of the attitude of the banks how they've handled the program and this is atrocious. And when I referred the attitude of the banks I'm overwhelmingly referring to the problems that have existed with the large big four giant monster megabanks and then the next tier down with her known as super regional banks that listen to this stat was compiled by Marketwatch so ninety percent approximately of small businesses companies that employ less than twenty people nineteen or less and they overwhelmingly have been pushed away and rejected by the banks attempting to apply for the Payroll Protection Program. In fact based on what Market Watch has been able to figure out almost one hundred percent of the three hundred forty nine billion that is basically spoken four now awaiting an allocation of more money from Congress went to one per cent of small businesses. Those that employ between one hundred and five hundred employees. Now think about that. Ninety nine percent of businesses employ less than that ninety percent approximately employ nineteen people or less and they have been shut out overwhelmingly from this lending program by the giant monster megabanks and the super regionals that account for perhaps eighty percent of banking market share in the country why because the big businesses of the small the ones that employ one hundred five hundred people tend to have very solid relationships with these super regional banks and the four giant monster. Maga's they have a personal banker. People know who they are at the bank more or less and they came first in line and with many banks the only on line for this money. The small number of community banks around the country have tried heroically to get lending to businesses of less than one hundred people but they have not been able to get enough loans processed through the SBA system to get any significant share of the money when Congress eventually reaches a deal on this. The banks must be required as part of additional funding to no longer discriminate against businesses based on their size. The banks. Just don't WanNa be bothered with a small restaurant a small retail store a small business of any kind because it's just not their big. Well let me tell you something. Congress needs to require that it's their thing and get this relief to smaller small businesses. And not just the biggest of the category that was considered to be small business. A hundred to five hundred people in addition you should know that now nine traditional nine banks are in this process. Pay Pal is one Cabbages another KABC. Be Number of small business lenders. That are not banks are either already in the program or soon will be and they are not turning their noses up at you if you have three employees or fourteen. Employees are twenty five employees and shame. Shame shame on the banks that we saved during the banking scandals that led to the financial crisis in the great recession that we gave them two and a half trillion dollars and basically nobody went to prison for all the criminal behavior and now they are turning their backs on main street in the United States. This is hideous and unacceptable behavior by the

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Analyst predicts year-end rebound for AAPL as stock jumps nearly 5%

Mac OS Ken

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Analyst predicts year-end rebound for AAPL as stock jumps nearly 5%

"Watching. China as the corona virus started was informative. Perhaps watching it now will be as well. Marketwatch had Barclays Analyst. Tim Long issuing an upbeat. Note about Apple's rebound in China late Wednesday. The according to that iphone recovery in the middle kingdom seems to be stronger than for its peers with sales of iphone. Eleven and iphone eleven pro showing signs of improvement. He's also turned on by sales in China of IPADS and air pods both of which are up. Thanks to an increase. In remote schooling while marketwatch calls the note upbeat there were some less than rosy moments one is his thinking. That apple is delaying the release of the anticipated though on announced iphone. Se to another is the possibility he sees about having to delay the expected fall. Introduction of a five G. IPHONE NO APPLE BOWL is our Mr Long. He's got a hold rating on apple shares and a price target of two hundred ninety seven dollars with apple closing Thursday at about two hundred forty five dollars though he should probably either up that rating for lower as target

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Coronavirus can live in air for 3 hours, study finds

Sean Hannity

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus can live in air for 3 hours, study finds

"About the latest information that's out there about how long the corona virus stays alive and I quoted that number of three hours airboard and I want to supplement that comment that was the result of the study that was done by Princeton University and UCLA and posted by the national institutes for health not everyone believes that that is correct and that is not a peer reviewed study I have right now on the side of marketwatch dot com is the coronavirus airborne like measles the answer now that they're getting is the jury is out as of Thursday today it did not appear to be an airborne virus like say measles or chickenpox and according here Luiz S. drops the professor and vice chairman of internal medicine at McGovern medical school in Houston Texas it's a virus that travels in droplets this is very good news with an airborne virus one person can infect the whole room now for the bad news airborne transmission is plausible according to a study and that's the one that's been out there for several days posted that this week from scientists at Princeton University the university of California Los Angeles the LA and the national institutes of health and with the idea to put this on its website this is what led people to believe that it is their board that research concluded the virus could remain airborne for up to three hours post Ariel as they should so in other words I don't think we know for certain although many people believe that it's droplets only meeting that there has to be an actual physical form of the virus out there dropping in landing on something others are saying that it is plausible that it could be airport in terms of the high rate of infection it clearly is one that is rather easily

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China’s Businesses Struggle to Resume Work

Mac OS Ken

01:23 min | 1 year ago

China’s Businesses Struggle to Resume Work

"Marketwatch had analysts at j.p Morgan issuing a note not pointing out the areas of highest concentration for the outbreak are pretty far removed from most manufacturing facilities that plus a lack of time sensitivity for a lot of products. Have them thinking. The coast may be clearing quoting the note in this regard time. Sensitive and complex supply chain the tech sector still needs to be monitored for idiosyncratic dislocations so far gradual supply apply resumption seems on track some new products like iphone se to may get delayed but existing products appear to have sufficient inventory thus our analysts worry more about demand than supply. Now one does wonder how J. P. Morgan's optimism folds and with the latest just word around Foxconn Apple insider highlights are Reuters report. That says iphone partner is hoping to have half of its production facilities all these in China restarted. By the end of February that would be followed by eighty percent the following month according to the peace. Nothing official on this Reuters heard what it heard from unnamed. People said to be familiar with Fox cons plans.

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Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Thursday February. Sixth did it ever occur to you that the hand sanitizer you've been using to stay healthy possibly isn't doing anything that could be the case the F. D. A. isn't too happy about manufacturers claiming otherwise late last month the agency agency told go Joe Industries the Akron Ohio company that makes Purell Hand Sanitizer to stop claiming that it's popular product can prevent the flu norovirus or a virus. The Mercer Bug and Bola none of which is true. The agency sent a letter to go joe warning it to remove the claims from its website and blog posts among the claims that rubbed the FDA the wrong way that Burell could reduce absenteeism by fifty one percent and that it could reduce mercer and another bug VR e by one hundred percent in German festival athletic environments according to The Washington Post it also skirted the issue of whether it could prevent a bola. There have been no oh studies on that by saying that organizations like the CDC recommends using alcohol during outbreaks of a bullet and by the way pure l.. Is Alcohol based see the logic the FDA said. Oh no you don't by making the unproven claims. The company violated the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act Act the agency said until it scolded. Go Joe the FDA had categorized Burell as an innocent over the counter product when issued the warning the agency also reclassified. Pirellis a so-called uncategorized drug. The company has since removed the claims from its website. So what's the deal. Don't we by hand sanitizer to protect district catching whatever horrible illness. Our colleagues bring to the office or that small children leave on shopping carts. Well seems like it. But in fact there's no scientific evidence that pure Hurrell. One of the country's most well known hand sanitizers does protect against the flu and it's a particularly virulent flu season according to CNN by January eighteenth more than eight thousand Americans died from the flu and one hundred. Forty thousand people had been hospitalized. According to the Centers for Disease Control Moreover there are no oh scientific studies yet of the efficacy of any hand sanitizer protecting against corona virus by last week more than eighty two hundred people worldwide. Eddie been diagnosed with corona virus and more than one hundred seventy at died. The World Health Organization declared the bug a global health. Emergency the irony of course is that sales of the hand sanitizers along with other protective products like surgical masks and rubber gloves are up. Because of the corona virus in fact an investment analysts last week predicted bath and body works will sell a lot more of its hand sanitizers as a result of the epidemic that according to CNBC. The analyst predicted higher profits for L. Brands L. Brands owns bath and body works but is better known as the owner of Victoria's secret furthermore we're relying more and more often on these gels lotions and hand rubs according to Marketwatch hand sanitizer sales hit two and a half billion dollars worldwide in two thousand seventeen and they're expected to double by twenty twenty four but that growing market could be a good case of marketing over substance. If burell doesn't protect against the Flu Mersa and so on is there any real point to using hand. SANITIZERS will public health authorities. Say the best way to prevent catching the flue is by washing your hands a lot by getting a flu vaccine bite light. Not touching your eyes nose

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2019 Marks a Milestone in Apple's Growth Story

Mac OS Ken

01:57 min | 1 year ago

2019 Marks a Milestone in Apple's Growth Story

"How does one spell exuberance on Wall Street these days? It spelled A. P. L. Word from a couple of analysts on apple to close out twenty nineteen. CNBC had city analyst dollar. Jim Suba on the color team teeny on Monday. The way he sees it. Investors will be pleasantly surprised with apple's holiday quarter earnings thanks to Apple Watch and air pods appearing on. CNBC's squawk alley. Suva said some of their products are selling out and you have to wait to get them. He went on to say. It's not do the manufacturing issues. It's actually due to strong demand where the company can't keep up. Apple's wearables said the analyst. We see that hat as being the big surprise for apple when they report earnings in the next month or so Subas got a positive rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is three hundred dollars. The Dow was down one hundred eighty three and change on Monday. The Nasdaq was down sixty and a half and apple bowl. Hit A new closing high shares may have been helped by dollar gyms. CNBC appearance or they may have been boosted by yet another note from Wedbush Bush analyst Daniel Lives Marketwatch had the analyst issuing a note. Monday saying he expects twenty twenty to be the year of the five G. Super Cycle the goal. He also expects apple will be the clear winner in five G. He's gotten outperform rating on apple shares. And they price target of three hundred fifty box box not quite Katie bar. The door on Monday while apple did not approach the record intra-day high it set last Friday. Shares did manage managed to set a new closing. High Apple ended the day at two hundred ninety one dollars and fifty two cents according to a piece from Mac Daily

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The Art and Science of Gift Giving

This Morning with Gordon Deal

03:32 min | 1 year ago

The Art and Science of Gift Giving

"We've had thousands of years of practice but humans to still have a lot to learn about the art and science of gift giving in fact we often fail at it given that seventy billion dollars worth of presents get returned after the holiday season with that in mind market watch has a look at gifts that pay off personal finance reporter Lesley Albrecht Leslie help us out gift giving of one of those things that like people practicing cultures across the world and they've done it for thousands of years and they're still really not that good at it and unfortunately consumers for return between one and three gifts every year about forty percent of consumers do that so we're really we're not doing it very well wow right so the better way to approach gift giving is what one of the big mistakes that people make is the focus way too much on what researchers call the wow factor basically the problem is people worry about how the recipient is going to respond in the moment when they get the gift and they really want to give them a gift that they're gonna open and they're gonna be like writing and do a big smile and give him a hug and all that stuff but that's usually not the best way to pick out a gift because it turns out that often times people just want something kind of Mundine that's on their list of things that they want instead of like some over the top yes all right so if you've made the effort to ask somebody what they want and they give you a couple of options don't stray from the list there there's one lesson I guess yeah I'm pretty basic it's like number one ask people what they want number two get them that but the thing is like we get to see how we get over excited by the possibility of of giving them something that's going to give like a big reaction so yeah avoid that give us another approach here okay another interesting thing and there's been research about this is that people get worried about giving people sentimental presence because they think that the recipient might like to sew through more gentle generic gifts that they be found some preference of they have like for example if you can give your brother something and you know he likes Nike you might just give them some like issues like that but we really should give people more sentimental yes they really like it when we go the extra mile and think about some personal shared memory that we have with them so even it so if your brother also like you know if you have some snapshot of you guys together on Sunday we had a lot of fun and it's not like that great of a picture but it helps you remember this time we had together it's actually a better thing to just go ahead and give him that sentimental snapshot speak with Leslie Albrecht personal finance reporter at marketwatch she's written a piece entitled wanna spark joy with your gifts this holiday season scientists have a solution sorry about how we often give the wrong the wrong gift because so many are returned there is an interesting point made in your story to about we let our own desires guide us when choosing it for someone else also yeah that's kind of funny so sometimes we intentionally given bad gets out of self interest because for example we don't want to give our sister the brand new iPhone because we only have the iPhone from last year and if we get right to the brand new iPhone we will feel jealous the unpleasant we don't want to do that sometimes we don't want to give we don't wanna give gifts that are identical to things that we already own because that will make us feel less unique when you're thinking about what you're gonna get somebody look inside yourself and see whether you're really motivated by your own feelings or how they're the recipient of gonna feel things Leslie Leslie Albrecht personal finance reporter at

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If you have these personality traits, you could be at higher risk of going broke in retirement

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

If you have these personality traits, you could be at higher risk of going broke in retirement

"And new research says if you have certain personality traits you could be more likely to run out of money in retirement that had the strongest impact on how about if you withdraw your retirement savings one of them is a conscientious sense that people who are organized thorough and hard working and the other one with people who feel very confident about our finances they feel like control over their financial situation Katie hill at marketwatch goes in depth on research about the personalities with a higher risk of blowing through the retirement

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Barron's Group's Almar Latour: Building community is key to subscriptions

Digiday Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Barron's Group's Almar Latour: Building community is key to subscriptions

"Welcome to the digital podcast. I'm brian marcy and this week. I'm joined by all marla tour. Omar is the publisher barron's group and that is home to not not just barons but also mar watch mansion global financial news and penta la- gut the great moammar. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so great a beer okay so i went through some of the properties but give us an overview of of this group and how it fits within within dow jones yeah think of the group as a financial decision making platform we have a large the number of readers and users who have a questions about how it what what action they should take and <hes> response to what they see on the news and we help provide that answer <hes> whether you're a beginner or all the way up to a billionaire or or people in between who are on their first job or <hes> mid career there will be different types of of questions that you have and and so as happens each piece of of this group as a piece of an answer <hes> so barons often <hes> has readers that are wealthier are very very serious about the market <hes> financial news has s. professional readers and as a covering the financial industry marketwatch is highly accessible and reaches a large large number of people mainly u._s. and so together we we try to provide answers it no matter which stage of your financial cycle michael you're in to to help you make that decision. So that's the idea of

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FAA, Boeing And Max discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:21 min | 2 years ago

FAA, Boeing And Max discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"With the second crash in Ethiopia and clear similarities to lion air secretary of transportation. Elaine Chao has now asked the department's inspector general to conduct a formal audit of the certification process by the FAA of the seven three seven max that news coming just hours after the European Union announced it will look into Boeing's software upgrade for that anti-stalin system, very deeply very closely. We will not allow. If we have not found acceptable answer to all our questions on both sides. Whatever if it does Canada also announcing it will conduct its own certification of the software update before letting them Max's fly again Boeing in the FAA have also been called out by the Huron, the Hudson, captain sully Sonnenberger writing and marketwatch says the FAA has a cozy relationship with Boeing, which is hurting the credibility of the agency. In too many cases, he says FAA employees who rightly called for stricter compliance. We're overruled by FAA management off and under corporate or political pressure. But a former FAA official says that goes too, far the statistics really are overwhelmingly in favor of our current system. And now we've had a single fatality in a one hundred million flights in the

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Root of Evil podcast launches

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

Root of Evil podcast launches

"Root of evil. That's the new turn podcast network show root of evil, which has its first episode today. It's a companion podcast to a t and t TV show. We caught up with Tyler moody VP of Turner podcast network to ask more about it and the concept of companion podcasts in general Fatih shows. And of course, we also had to ask about the Spotify acquisition news, you'll find the Cuna in full in our show notes and in our newsletter. Happy world radio day Hindenburg is offering special discounts for its audio editing software today, it's part of their annual work with cultural survival to promote their mission to advance indigenous peoples rights and cultures worldwide through radio slate has announced a new podcasting membership platform allowing podcasters to offer page shows just for subscribers. The product is called supporting cast podcast ads are as effective as television ads say. Some new research from Westwood One podcast advertising represents a way for advertisers to make the same branding impact. As television in a far less cluttered environment says the company they've also announced the appointment of John Ward, doc as their executive editor for podcasting. What joins from similarly named rolled at the Wall Street Journal and was previously running the radio. Arm of marketwatch rub Greenlee has spotted three podcasts. One called. You can't make this up and other call the human algorithm and a corporate podcast as well. From the only company that can truly call itself the net. Flicks of podcasting because they are net. Flicks. Rogue one does what's going on there? His new app Curio as launching shortly. And it lets you capture and save clips from podcasts the founder, Monica wolf explains the apps benefits on a video. She wants also to talk to Moore podcasters and Bill Gates has been interviewed by the. ABC news podcast start here. He's on today's episode and you'll find a cheery photograph of him wearing a jumper

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Cannabis, Marijuana and Jacob Paseo discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Cannabis, Marijuana and Jacob Paseo discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"The stock of Canadian cannabis company so Ray has been on a wild ride in recent months ahead of the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada this past week. And there's more good news for cannabis friendly Canadians in Canada, getting high off marijuana doesn't come at a high cost at least compared with the US cannabis is significantly cheaper in Canada than in parts of the US where it is legal. According to a recent report from the data analysis firm price anonymous, marketwatch reporter Jacob Paseo has been looking at this report Jacob what are we learning? They basically look at the price of marijuana in different cities across

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"marketwatch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Unemployment in general so it's it's bigger issues that are at play besides just you know how to make a short term fix like getting one meal at a food pantry speaking with marketwatch's maria lamantia maria you talk about people who are desperate for money making bad decisions and they often take on more and more debt by going to places like payday lenders which is really bad news yes it is and it's kind of understandable how people get into that situation you know if you really are facing i don't know if i can make the rent i don't know if i can pay for this expensive car repair that allows me to get to work every day you know potentially you you you're just thinking i need something right now i don't know how to get out of the situation and so you turn to something that's a bad choice but that gets you some momentary reprieve so i think that does end up being a cycle for a lot of people but the problem is interest rates are sometimes thirty percent or higher and it really does put people into an even worse situation so the fortunate thing is that we're seeing now some technology you know a lot of financial technology companies are starting to focus on this issue and try to think how can we help so there are some sort of promising solutions but you know it's it's understandable how people end up turning to those bad solutions in a pinch and something maria we all should do get more bank notifications yes one issue that a lot of people with not a lot of money used traditional banks but if you do you can definitely sign up for text alerts and that kind of thing when you're balances low so that you can be careful not to overdraw your account which sometimes it's like a thirty dollar charge or more so it's it is good to just you know no matter income level to just really be aware of that and know what's in your bank account at all times thanks maria marketwatch's maria lamantia it's.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"D c and kesse pop star approached him and said that she was should i love you so much can i give you a hug and he step back and said no thanks and then she asked him three times and he declined to a so or courage yes and i just made me think when should we hug when should we not hug because i feel like it's a problem and there has been believe it or not there was a recent study done this were fifty four percent of advertising and marketing executive said hugging coworkers is actually somewhat or very common and that's up from thirty percent five years ago so there is something to be set for this explosion of hugging in the workplace or among colleagues and we have jacob posses reporter for market watch in the studio we also have dr fron wall fish who is a beverly hills psychotherapist front coming to you first you actually you're out of stars born and 19 76 it was a an official screening and you saw streisand outside and what did you do well let me tell you at that time my why her number one huge fan or and i are screening of the film barbara impaired questions from the audience when it was super up peter producer of the film weapon boyfriend and walk away from them during the crowd and barbara i look no no i love you and everyone knows barbra streisand is extremely hard hit fitting fearful of danger but look to right at me.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Yes and i just made me think when should we hogan when should we not hug because i feel like it's a problem and there has been believe it or not there was a recent study done on this were fifty four percent of advertising and marketing executive said hugging coworkers is actually somewhat or very common and that's up from thirty percent five years ago so there is something to be said for this explosion of hugging in the workplace or among colleagues and um we have jacob posses reporter for market watch in the studio we also have dr fron wall fish who is a beverly hills psychotherapist front coming to you i you actually you're out of stars born in london seventy six it was a unofficial screening and you saw streisand art side and what did you do well let me tell you at that time my why her number one fan and i are grooming of the film barbara impaired questions from the audience when it was only fair she stood up the john peters producer up the film herb with boyfriend and we're about to walk away i show from the of the theater chevy right through the crowd and feline for pipra i look destroy laid out or nose to knows in said i love and everyone knows barbra streisand is extremely cautious in fearful of strangers but she looked to right at me total head up and down and she shrugged their shoulders smiled and said why not ice threemile arms around her neck.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service should you hug adds what barack obama justin trudeau and jerry seinfeld can teaches about maintaining personal boundaries money saving tip from the savvy reporters at market watch dot com this is money market and more i'm catey hill and i'm quentin for trial you're listening to money markets and more who we talk about the strangest two stories of the week and this is a strange one but it's important one with the new work culture everybody so friendly to each other all had an uncomfortable hug at work where you thought maybe they should as we hello in the need they went in for a hug and you're like i don't know about that that strange because while there were just two weird situations this week one was this sort of it's been called the bro hug between justin trudeau the prime minister of canada and barack obama former us president in montreal after they had dinner and it was just all over the media annaba sorta weird and then there was another hugged that never happened when jerry seinfeld was standing out a bent in uh d c and catch a pop star approached him and said that she was should i love you so much can i give you a hug and he step back and said no thanks and then she asked him three times and he declined it was so or courage.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"You know kiss we're dick the it's really an addiction if nothing else in so i'm not at all surprised to see that statistics are and what do you think is the worst moniker the millennials have to deal with in terms of the body wrapped it yet i would say either levy or entitled the narcissism one doesn't bother me quite as much because i do think that there is a level of delusional narcissism that it takes to become an entrepreneur and start your own venture and it's kind of like being that part play out but both levy and entitled really irk me because i really don't think leafy and i'm really tired of hearing people say that i have to say i love the certain amounts delusional narcissism is necessary for entrepreneurial culture that was a i loved that carry what about you what's the look the worst myth the bath millennials as the person who wrote the story out with cheung and cheek you write to story us right right i would agree that this idea that millennials are entitled is the most irritating one for me and the the one tweet that i am better than the story was you know people saying kids have it too easy these days said the generation who could buy a house on a wage money out well said i think i mean there's always going to be debates between generations but um when you look at the challenges that millennials face financially were at a much different place than the people who are calling us lacey senator that's a great first and carry pool reporter for market watch thank you for running this really wonderful story and.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Business deal is really on the way out it off as expensive to can't afford that if you're dealing with student loans it's so expensive and we have a whole another story about a marker watch as well soak bars carry can you explain one at please tell me are bathing i some resent lineal our bathing but for some reason millennials think that according to this study that soaked bars were less sanitary then liquid soap because they think if you're washing yourself with the so far than bacteria remains on the so far which um actually isn't correct um so it's kind of a contradiction of how the millennial generation is there much more savvy towards ecofriendly things and things like that and so it actually is kind of a contradiction the not a finally face to face interaction millennials four in ten and truck more with their phones than they do with their parents friends children's significant others coworkers a 2016 bank of america study found i got the subway to work this morning on the tell you watch erin i think everybody is interaction your different during a five airbus gave america uh i'm sure they there's something to be said for there are methodology but erin at what are you feel about that i cannot say i disagree i think that that he came out recently that it's an average of five hours a day that on the phone and frankly i think probably low because you also have to account for all the texting communicating in dreaming on your phone and consuming other content i like you said going to work on the subway if you're not driving co cleared out of your phone if you're driving but.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Because they both came along at the same time right good point certainly the trend towards online shopping is not because of millennials it because it now an option i like it's why i love this list because it's really like taking it's really poking fun at the the culture of like millennials memon mattiello rights yet right these are like the things that millennials are accused of ruin like ruining the wine cork who wants to uncork a bottle of wine role you carry you write the millennials makeup half of consume yearly half of all the wind in the us yes simoni ills still love wine they just like drinking it out of screw off tops and cans inboxes apparently which i would like to say a canned wind might be a little tacky right yeah but i would be okay with doing away with the cork and that's according to the a market research group nielsen there's one thing here i really um i really liked thought the diamond industry has struggled to rue millennials and i really feel like erin this is a not a good one if it's true because i feel like dot the whole diamonds are forever wished really created for wisdom beers it was a marketing yes only in the last like generation um and it's i i like thought it has become such a horrible social signifier an and social pressure to have that literally um that weight hanging over you if you wanted to get marriage what do you think about erin i have a lot of feeling about the whole engagement ring in diamond industry would probably in an higher pride catholic hit the who had another i but i am real see that millennials are bucking the diamond industry trend because like you said the whole diamond for diamond is forever qadeer campaign was just an excellent marketing pitch at have nothing to do it's not rooted in this massive tradition that goes back centuries it's quite recent and the other thing is tied into a bunch of very archaic very upped betting.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Lau putty jenkins directed this movie and a reportedly cost two hundred twenty million dollars to make so they're looking for i mean that doesn't seem like a minute gus it has a lot for a big budget movie but they're looking for a i'm sure they're looking for like what a billion there one i get ten times the money back on this i'm not sure how i mean i think uh there are some uh estimates after the warner brothers is sort of a guiding are forecasting for a guy anywhere from sixty to eighty million a on the opening weekend right in that range um i think of both batman versus superman did like a hundred in sixty six million in its opening weekend while in suicide squad the most recent a into the universe did like a hundred thirty something million in its opening weekend um but i actually i thought was interesting is you've talked about their production budget is the one for wonderwoman is the lowest of the similar riot it's one hundred twenty i actually have here's id of damn infrastructure man was two hundred fifty million wars we said squad with one hundred seventy five and man of steel was 225 such is interesting the you know they're they're they conceded they're taking maybe a little bit of a risk in they don't want to like put too much into it but i think it's right but neither obviously pleasantly surprised by the button has gotten positive pahse that buses sort of interesting to isn't it katie like.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"In the physics specially occasional 41 abroad us which compared to the eta from pseudo says been performing little bit film thicket sales you know in the us have been relatively stagnant over the last five years she she minor increases to three percent yearonyear merchandise however is entirely different story in a way i won about his born in six point five billion dollars less europe based on a whole range of variety of merchandise and you know it already has stuff like mattel toys in all figuring of wonderwoman you know as a diet protein bar you know that signed up wonderwoman for deal scores of things like this although at the start there was a little worry at first that one of brennan was and doing a good enough trouble for no woman but you know i think it's come to see that the franchise opportunities for this you know what really great art i have a question this winter woman since a lot darker than the lost and i feel like batman versus superman one of the complaints was that it just seemed like just seems like a rainy move he with a lot of grey sky we were looking for the red you know the the red yellow and blue colours and i feel like this wonderwoman to is is quite the the the china's darker put the colors or darker too yeah yeah i mean i think this has been kind of dc's where they sort of when a position their universe of of movies were warner brothers rather really wanna position the university of dc movies they they're doing sort of the opposite of would marvel is doing like marvel you get sort of the bright colours that you're talking about an it's you know there's a lotta joking gin its can be happygolucky i mean just look at guardians to the galaxy you know that movie is filled with neon colors and jokes dc on the other hand is trying to um for what it's worth uh you know of anchor it in realism in like dark gritty kind of a tone.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Be movies so far been sort of a criticised for being too to like bro your your mainly or so and so forth and especially for dc like this it's right now wonderwoman you know critically has like a ninety six or something on rotten tomatoes which is the highest of any of dc's other movies uh in this universe to date um so it's a really big deal for this movie there is also am christianity talk about is near story um there is that there were women only wonderwoman screenings and there is a big old backlash to this talk about that so you know it's really tapped in the political as i am lommel trough house which has an uphill chain off cinemas in the us oh host that women only screenings there was some backlash from you know the socalled from from your typical bros they weren't happy that they would rather backlash and you know ended their defense wonderwoman you know they they they grew up with two comics and what not but a level trough house has doubled down on this to increasing number screenings and so far no publicity has done in the lead up to the movie great good sir we're gonna take a break and we'll be right back this podcasts the sponsored by hsbc when it's time to take your business international were take your international presence to a whole new level hsbc has the network to connect you to the world search hsbc international to learn more make sure to check out the future of everything podcast because the future is closer than you think all new episode each friday in in the wall street journal listen ambitiously and were back torquing the new wonderwoman movie on why it's important with christiana eyeing who's a reporter for money ish entree williams who's a reporter for marketwatch uncovers the movie industry so chris yeah i thought this was interesting to how much merchandizing close things now matter to these big companies to marvel into dc can you talk about that.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"The really big thing is that this is a massive show of female power you have the first action movie directed by a female director in a really long time and you also have this actress israeli actress khilkhet dole whose almost universally respected and this could come at a better time the you know the box office sales of immoral day last weekend there were the lowest in something like eking nineteen years and people really think that this could turn the corner for both the summer season and for dc entertainment which is the owner of the annoy woman french ice they've been doing you know so so relative to the much malone on disneyowned maval and some people think that this could be a turning point sir what kind of movies of day donald movies of marvelled on just to give us an idea so marvels really big hits you know rds vendors and guidance of the galaxy franchise in various side things um you know full one about us n the entertainment you know they've had modest defined intial hit to north stuff that that lower box office suicide squad bettman superman but at the end of the day they will critically panned other things such as green lengthened and men of steel superman movie didn't work out that while trey williams yes dismisses you know to to show his point on the you know fema power um you know there's a lot the narrative out there is the new women won't go or aren't really interested in big superhero movies and a lot of the.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service wonderwoman maybe just the superhero hollywood needs right now money saving tip from the savvy reporters at market watch dot com fifth if money market and more i'm catey hill and i'm quentin for trial you're listening to me markets and more who took about the most fascinating personal finance stories of the week this is certified canadian because i'll tell you what i was on my way home last night on there was this queue up the amc on upper west side and all the entire block from a roadway to columbus and it went ben snaked all the way down columbus and i thought it was the rock concert aware that what are you all queueing for on the woman said wonderwoman 'cause yet new yorkers won't wait in line for that many things like right around the block they're not avid cupcakes and wonderwoman that's it yeah that's it so i just thought this is going to be actually huge because i haven't it's a longtime sasina line like bash i said a movie theater yeah well or even had d are you planning to see it i think i will i think i will because i mean i liked the old wonderwoman but she went to the premier linda carter on the tv series which iceland reruns by the way millennials looking at me sideways across the street air we have with us cristiano eyeing and trey williams who a cover movies for money ish on mawker watch respectively um christiana you wrote about what was what makes this wonderwoman different or or relevant.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Um staff in half and the ones that were making calls from home made thirteen point five percent more calls than the ones that were in the office and they actually saved the company nineteen hundred dollars per employee for nine months and just office space and furniture over the employer even having your work staff be working remotely saves you rent cg space siege you equipment and that kind of thing which is grade carletto why don't why do a lot of employers not allow this mean it does seem like an has a lotta perks and it makes employees happy well i think it makes some employees happy but i think also that it really depend per employee per the industry also the employees goals because i could also see i mean i've experience with clients that working from home if you're not focus you can spend the entire day basically in your pajamas on facebook making the bare minimum effort you can be completely disorganized and as we were talking about collaboration it's also just creating a team it's creating passion and making people feel accountable so i think it's there's probably gonna have to be some kind of happy medium where you work from home a certain amount of days but there's also time put into going into the office getting to know your employees i mean let's face it as an employee your career really takes off with people know and trust you and they respect you and you go to these happy our events to the officer you bringing a present for sharon's birthday if you're never at the office in some ways you could be even more productive but you are going to miss out on the office cooler i either water cooler.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"But we do have trey williams unreal ammonia in the studio to talk about a what set the mayor myers revealed and also their own parents uh about when the exact moment was when they became an adult so real let me start with you and ask you what was your moment if you have indeed reach the point yet um i feel like for me at kind of less financial and i graduated from college i immediately moved to new york blake two days later or something like that and suddenly had all these bills to pay rent student loans know every single expense so i feel like it kind of hit me all at once that my parents know we're so generous with me but at that point it was my my turn so i think i was like okay the safety nuts gone this is on me and i think i really had to make some adult decisions about what job am i going to take action how am i gonna get this all done and i think it ends up being really stressful in i i don't know if he was fully route prepared for that but i think that's when i felt it um you know when i was financially independent trey williams what about you why didn't know the maria already felt like an adult i yeah on old slow i'm thrown off your yeah i wish i could tell you but i don't feel like an adult yet um i don't either jan i'm way older well way out now way way older him couple years hides at at another zero um but yeah i mean when we started i told maria that i felt like i was walking around the city of new york just in my dad's like oversize loafers hero well like how kids are always wearing their parents close them like i'm trying to be a dole but i don't really feel like or doesn't really fit.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Legitimate institution is going to want to you to give them money over the phone the nicole what happens if you think you have maybe said yes on a call to something that wasn't authorized there you think you've given out information what do you do if you've got this robocall you did a answer it you think you might have made a mistake is there any way you can fix that after the fact for where you for her and of crack o of your bank your credit card or your thrown in your cable kind of clarity and north america unfamiliar karcher fitter faster and the greer or founder unfortunately for work falter here shoulder of call eastern comfortable dog and act without were that hard problem and put on a they didn't knowingly authorized threat he even let face you were recorded approving the charge and demanded proof is that after you hear it your foul and the gate of one you have proved that unknown if it really look fly that's you know from what had scam to kick in your voice and gone now you can contact the federal trade commission also and the fcc indices charge people should know about this i mean it is first of all ages so annoying i'm so sick of it but what else is there any knelt super helpful that you can tell people who are annoyed by this who are worried about getting scam just any other tips you have to help us out for me the most the kind of almost demote harvey from simple your phone pick up the phone like it's really frustrating to get these call to actually it's these pick up the phone um.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"It's so annoying the can help block robo calls as soon i'm looking years story now and i thought he might be be try and that one out yeah fortunately i mean as annoying answer given youth in front of dangerous says the family call could be of course there are people that are off for trying to fight against for the fcc has this kind of strikeforce that right now they're big thing is trying to pinpoint technology about where these calls you're coming from to shut them down and actually the way you could help with that is if you're getting these calls for right down the number i'm report it to the fcc which will help them kind of tracked down but then also you're cell phone carrier should also be providing um there's certain things you can sign up for their protection so if you go to your carriers websites you'll see that there are sam blocking tools there and of course as it's kind of cottage industry of access to the top jobs to help you fight against sad and some of those apps include highest which is free for iowa an android and that blocks potential sam calls what kind of figures out which might look like they would be spam and it adds context to where the numbers are coming from its little help you easing screen if that was legit number or not is also true caller which also can help ciller either fraud calls for you pick up and this should they answer after android pretty cool because it lets users crowds source nuisance number you can all kind of report i'm getting kallstrom deaths and.

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"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"marketwatch" Discussed on MarketWatch Money, Markets and More

"Idea about real bodies and there's they're committed to it and they are wedded to it on the keep trying to how brainstorming sessions the marketing department to see how many more ways they can they can peel this this orange did the interns this idea rights flake though they've done at so many different ways that of appears nobody turned said this actually might be offensive to now take the real body campaign and put it actually on the balls even though the odds with somewhat tongueincheek it's you know bronze her a dubs hull bronze has been about earnestness so i had another theory which was thought they sort of did this accidentally on purpose last year they had a social media campaign where they were advising women how to talk about other women and it was got a huge backlash on social media because people said there was the scandal about donald trump talking of a heavy spoken about women when he was the running for president on it was exactly at the time was before the final republican debate and women were saying don't months lane us tell us how we talk about ourselves so that went wrong but a guarded huge publicity i remembered i i'm wondering like is dover really that naive that they think but this wouldn't be interpreted as controversial and that it would go viral so we have on the line catch gordon an advertising creative director power 'alto california cut what do you think happened here i think you're absolutely right clinton i think it was something that was trying to get more mileage out of something they have had success with the half but they didn't really stopped to think that showing real women of real different foty sizes in their underwear which was a revelation when that happens what maybe fifteen years ago at this point is very very different than trivialising body acceptance with the shape of a bottle i mean it's it's just to me it screams that it's just a gimmick um and the fact i had known till you just mentioned in your enter that they're not actually selling knees so that furthers my sense that it was just something he did as only a limited time thing to see how it would float i don't think they did it deliberately to try to be offensive i think they thought it might strike a chord and it was amiss.

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