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"marriot" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"marriot" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Look to traditional blah, blah, blah. OK, round tables looks very hard to produce two hours television. But he's basically they sucked in the yesterday did in your face symbolism. Kasich began by noting Americans that crossroads while standing for Wait for it a crossroads. I didn't pathetic. I actually have a little cases. One little piece and I know you want a bomb in your mouth, you know, But here's his this loser. I'm sure there are Republicans and independents who couldn't imagine crossing over to support a Democrat. He looked like he was looking up at a flagpole talking to a flagpole or like looking at a drone. Those losers out in front of the riots in Chicago. Who is that? That, whatever TC All this pre recorded stuff. Ah, Here's a little more of this clown from last night case of many of us have been deeply concerned about the current path We've been following for the past four years. I don't know you place too much to heart. Listen to him. But there we go. Um He was one of losers and in the clapping. This is great. I love this. After Maggie Rogers performed on after Santa spoke, there was a full screen of people clapping to show their appreciation. I get the desire to have some sort of reaction. How Where does it want? Bullet politician gives a rousing speech and dead silence follows. But you know what's worse, Weird Post performs clapping via zoom like we saw Monday night, but that's what they're at their desperate But here's the thing. It's It's so bad. You know here. That's one of the best things to share with you Tonight is this You know what? The viewership Wass from night one last night from the year from four years ago. 40 to 50% declines What they say. They lost half the viewers this year from the four years ago. This is a look complete lost candidacy. It's over. There is no interest. They're either gonna VOCs. They hate trump or because they like Trump that if they're this thing has been decided. And when you hate somebody that doesn't win an election, it doesn't get the people of the poles with the pandemic. The peaky listens closely listening my theory with the pandemic. The people on the left of the ones who either pretend to be afraid of it or are afraid of it. You mean way unrealistically, right? They're not going to go vote. Nearly as much. In the whole male in thing and stuff like that, If they haven't done it before, it's less likely to happen. So I think that this is going to be a bad loss for the for this bad ticket. It really I do. I really do. Um Let's see. Here. Gingrich had some great Takes that I wanted to share with you. Let's see here. Oh, I love also what Marion Williams and the former presidential candidate that she was a disaster. But she said it was like binge watching in Marriot Commercial. Last night's DNC was like binge watching a Marriott commercial to which I've told you that it was like this. Hi. I'm William de vein. Informers. That's why I buy gold and silver asked me to. All right. Thank you..

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"marriot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A new survey shed some light on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's proposed partial annexation of the West Bank. We hear the latest from the media lines Michael freed seminal survey shows that it's really Jews believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's election campaign promise to next portions of the West Bank is as likely as the creation of an independent Palestinian state. Twenty percent believe the next government will declare sovereignty over some lands captured during the nineteen sixty seven war while only twenty two percent, see the conflict ending with an agreement based on the two states for two peoples paradigm. Notably more than half of Israel Jews rejected the two state matchup. Forty three percent expect no change in the status quo regarding the Trump peace plan expected in June. Thirty two percent of his really juice said the so-called deal of the century would harm Israel's interests while only. Twenty four percent believe it could be beneficial. I Michael fruits townhall news Jerusalem. News and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. The president of Sri Lanka has appointed. A new police chief despite the incumbents refusal to step down residency Reseda has accused his police chief pooch Jacinta failing to act on intelligence warnings. That suicide bombers were likely to attack churches, but the incumbent has defied the president and stayed on. It may take an impeachment motion in parliament to dislodge him since the east today attacks have been bitter recriminations and the country's on high alert one hundred fifty people have now been arrested, including Colombo city councillor, held off to dozens of swords found in a mosque BBC's, Charles Haviland Marriot's pushing more heavily into the home sharing market confident that it's combination of luxury.

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"marriot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's what I keep hearing about. I keep hearing the scouting report. Speed speed speed. They're bringing crazy speed. Yeah. So you got that seven you got the drafted for. And then you've got the warriors in here, we go handle your business than I don't even get into the territory where you gotta contempt the game seven. That's one game your whole seasons on the line. My better question happening seven no question. No question. Are they speaking to each other is my question. Go ahead break this down. So I mean, we got most of our listeners might know by now or if you don't Steve Kerr was doing his media hit at raccoon performance center. That's it formerly known as the Oakland Marriot fifth floor, and if you've ever been there, you know, they played loud music, really loud. In fact, that's part of Kerr's culture is that he brought the music to the warriors. And they enjoy that. But it does make it difficult to do the QNA's. And so that's kind of been an ongoing problem. But yesterday. Draymond mongering was out shooting late, which is good. Saw somebody on Twitter said you mean that that do actually practices that backpack? Jumper. Oh, man. That's pretty good line. Pretty good because he doesn't shoot. Like, he's got a backpack on me. But anyway, the the music was very loud. It happened to be the music of the late rapper, nipsy hustle. So that has any news pig to it. Because of the team is still mourning his death, right? And Steve Kerr with no jocularity, and no like for 'Voliti, kind of salty stood up in his chair and shouted to our guy. Raymond ridder. Raymond. Can you get them to turn the music down? Your undermined the LSU coach coach Agron when he says remember that tells I you tell someone who's telling the guys I'm I'm having a conference right now. And then they kept going. Remember, you got married full up copes found. Sound.

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"marriot" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

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

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Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

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

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"marriot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back to political breakdown. I'm Scott Shafer here as always with Marie so logos. And we're at the Oakland Marriot talking with Senator Amy klobuchar from Minnesota she's running for president in two thousand twenty. Thanks so much for joining us. Well, thanks, Scott. Thanks Maria said, it's great to be on. So you're out here in California. You know, you're from Minnesota. You have stakes sort of the beginning of your campaign around being from the midwest. And some of these states that Democrats did not win in two thousand sixteen. What's your message in California? And how hard do you wanna work out here to get some of the delegates? A lot of what I am focused on is something that the entire country needs and that is governing from opportunity instead of chaos. Donald Trump every single day tries to divide this country. And no one knows better than people in California. What a diverse and beautiful country. We are. And yet every time there's a fork in the road. He seems to pick the one that's most divisive. Whether it's after Charlottesville when he said there were two sides when one side was white nationalism. And the other side was bringing people together he did it just after this weekend with the New Zealand mass shooting, and I am someone in my life who has worked to bring people together I've done it by passing bills record number in the Senate. I've done it by a how I've taken on difficult issues in my life. And I think we need that in the White House right now. Well, we want to talk a little bit about your life and kind of how you got to this point. So you grew up in Minnesota, your mom was a teacher and your dad is a well-known newspaper columnist. I know there's a lot of talk about your dad, and we'll get to that. But tell us a little bit about your mom and kind of what was that? Relationship like, and and was she part of why you ended up in politics as she really was a my mom was a public schoolteacher her whole life. She took a few years off when my sister and I were born, but she was someone that loved teaching. She grew up in Milwaukee, which is going to be the site of our democratic national convention. She grew up without a lot of money. My grandpa would sell jelly jars during the depression on the back of a red wagon kind of jelly. I don't know got leftover stuff from the pie. Shop worked in our wagon guys. This is the kind of intense conversation you get in the bay. Night already for a man. So I have a good memory. So she ends up getting her teachers degree moving to Minnesota because they have a strong teacher's union. She teaches second grade till she's seventy years old, and my favorite story about my mom is her favorite unit to teach was the monarch butterfly unit where she would dress up as the monarch butterfly entites antennas and a sign that said to Mexico or bust, but it was only after she died that I learned that she would always go back to the same grocery store in that outfit, which you would tell me as a joke. But I didn't know why until a mom and her very disabled son came over to me at my mom's visitation, the mom was sobbing. She said your mom was my son's favorite second grade teacher and his favorite unit was the monarch butterfly unit. So your mom after he graduated a decade later. He got a job bagging groceries in this store, and my mom would go there every year in that outfit. Stand in his line and give him a big hug. So that's my mom. Maurice's said your dad was a very well known columnist sports columnist for the Minnesota Tribune. Right. And what was it like growing up and having a dad who was quite? Well, no, well, it was interesting because he was writing about the Vikings and the twins. And so I got to go to the games, which was pretty fun growing up, and I would get to wait for him outside of Viking games. And I still remember this. We would come out and there'd be a lot of fairly inebriated fans. And my dad is pretty short, and they would slap him on the back 'cause we came out the players entrance. And they say great game. And he would always say it was a team effort. And so he my life was a bit in a fishbowl because of that. But yet he also loved his job, and he literally spent his life after he did sports writing. He then did a column about anything. He wanted seven days a week, and he would often take on the causes of people that were basically getting trampled down, especially. The people that were like Bank things that happened where they didn't get a fair, shake or employers. It was really something. And he would do it with humor. It wasn't always mean-spirited, but he would help them. And so that was a great model for me. And then. He was pretty proud. When I got elected to the Senate. He is now on ninety years old he's in assisted living and the other day, I was back visiting him. And he introduced me to a woman at the front desk and said, this is my daughter, she holds an obscure job in the federal government. We have lost it censorship. Well, we you've talked a lot openly. And so has he about his struggles with alcohol, and I know that he was pretty absent for a while from the family because of that I wonder reading about you. And as a kid, I mean, there's all these stories about you organizing kids, you know, selling lollipops. So your senior class could have a fancy prom. Which I never had. Then when I was a senior. But I don't hold any ground. Oh that was for the other senior at. Yeah. For the June. I was June. Then we'd have our promise the service. Yes, I had to dance around the fountain in my day date wanted to go in the fountain. And I wouldn't do it. Because I didn't want to ruin my pig. Polyester prom dress and matching Sean shoes. So he danced with Sally Linden or lime green dress and the entire school cheered them on and the vice principal who is a chaperone asked me if I needed a ride home from someone. Yeah. Yeah. No, I've talked to her since everything is good. I think hopefully. She voting for you. Traumatic. Another story. I read about was like I got elected to the Senate. Right. That's later. No. But I mean, I just wonder I read another story about you like convincing a bunch of moms to let you kids take a trip when you were. Yes. Like, do you think it sounds like you were very responsible and out there? Do you think that was a response to your dad being kind of absent probably? So my dad struggled with drinking his whole life. And it's not a secret. He had three DWI is that we're very public, and it was actually the third one which was right before I got married that was at a time when people were treating it more seriously. And this is why it's a former county attorney I really did a lot with like felony DWI because once he had the consequences out there like he could actually go to jail that made him go to treatment is a bit of tough love before that he was always kind of pretending he had stopped drinking, and he never did. And so for me there were a lot of waiting for him to come home for Christmas on more the Christmas morning taking the keys away when I got older and driving because I'd see them drinking in the back. And eventually after that third DWI he got the treatment that he needed. So I literally saw my dad climbed the highest peaks. He was a mountain climber. And then. Sink to the lowest valleys because of his struggle with alcoholism. And so that's why I'm such a believer in one that everyone should be able to have access to that kind of treatment and be in his words pursued by grace, it changed his whole life. And I think the consequences for me, our one I really am devoted to helping people who have addiction problems and then to. Yeah. It made me pretty responsible 'cause you're kind of on your own there. So if you're going to want to go on trip with your friends to Kansas City at age twelve you're going to raise the money yourself and get your mom to let you go on a greyhound bus, which is what we did. So you obviously a pivotal person in your family, and yet when you graduated from high school you went to Yale. You went pretty far away to college. Were you trying to get away? Do you think from you know, from some of the well, I don't know. I was what I do. Remember as I brought the pink polyester, prom dress. Just in case I needed at which I never did part of it was. Yeah, I because people knew he was when I was growing up, and I wanted to have my own identity in my own life. I also had never. Really been on the east coast gotten into a few schools and my dad would only let me see one to save money. And so I just ended up there. It was quite a different environment for someone like me. I remember someone put a tractor on my door once for a joke. You know 'cause I was from the midwest. And I didn't know what squash was I only thought it was a vegetable. And, but I I made friends, and I learned a lot, and I got to see the world that way. And I ended up working my way back I law school at Chicago. And then back to Minnesota right after loss go because I liked it in our state. Well, those of us on the west coast don't play squash. Either. Hello. Big ping pong guy. The buffalo. There was a very famous Vikings Buffalo Bills game where the fans got so mad because if I kings winning that they threw snowballs and they hit one of the players. And when I did my first meet the press debate during the two thousand six Senate race, Tim russert was from buffalo. And he actually I said to him before it started. I go it's tone about that game. And how my dad was covering it. He's a big bills fan. Gus senator. No, I was I wasn't Senator. Then he goes. Oh, amy. I wasn't. I wasn't there covering it. As a reporter. No, I was throwing snowballs. That's buffalo in in college. You intern for vice president Walter Mondale has been I think kind of a mentor to you. And you think worked for the Minnesota trade general as an intern at that point did politics seem like sort of the path you wanted to pursue. Well, certainly growing up. I didn't think I would be running for president. I think a lot of people didn't think girls could do that back then. But by the time, I got to college. I had started working on campaigns. One of our first women legislators, I worked did door knocking for her when I was in junior high high school, and then when I got to college I got involved in college democrat Mondale, of course, was the vice president Jimmy Carter, and that was pretty exciting. So I got to work with him. I thought I would be doing glamorous policy papers, but I got assigned the furniture inventory, which took three weeks, and I literally had to crawl under every sofa of all the staff of the vice president and write down the serial numbers. And I learned two things one nothing was missing. And to always do your job as an intern because that was. My first job in Washington. And this is my second. So I. Learned a lot from Alterman. He's been a lifetime mentor. I he joined the law firm that I was at actually not. 'cause I was there. I was just young and I got to work with him fulltime for years..

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"marriot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Hotels, new CEO. He joined late last year from the world's biggest hospitality firm. Marriot's Monaco's executive editor Josh Fenech caught up with Peter to find out more design hotels is a portfolio hotels that are independently owned and operated that have a well-developed concept of people culture designed architecture that aspire to put their hotel out onto the market design hotels us, a company is a sales and marketing. Distribution business. We've created a community of travelers are already is around design architecture culture and organiz these hotels in a way that enables the customer to come inexperienced what we call original hospitality experiences. And I suppose for the past twenty five years that company has become synonymous with its founder with Claus sending with the kind of free. Wheeling experimental interesting experience based notion behind it at the end of last year, you joined Klaus took over the role is the I imagine his thumbprint was still be on some of the work moving forward. But can you tell me what it's like to join a company with a vast amount of experience from Marietta, obviously in your case and to trying to just to that companies DNA was a bit of a shock. I what did you? Did you hit the ground running? It's been actually quite a interesting journey Klaus as you mentioned has created this company over the last twenty five years, which has really become the definitive. Source for original hospitality and organizing. What we call the originals design and tells original so the owners causes really created this tightly knit group of people who are very passionate about their own hotel and about the brand that is designed hotels. So for me over the last six months, I've had a real luxury of being able to partner with Claus as we do this extended handover and luckily for us, he's agreed to stay involved as our brand consultant as our advisor, and he built up a great team. And so I have a phenomenal ability to work with a team that he's built over the last ten years, and we're very very organized in committed to maintaining the health and the brand that is designed hotels for me. It's just a fantastic experience being able to join this great strong, well known brand, and then be able to charge to work on how we can take it forward and pizza you don't simply bring to this role an admiration of causses. Work and knowledge of what design hotels might be in the future. He bring.

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"marriot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Money is in my Bank account, and that's finished. I'll join the ones protesting in the streets. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. This is NPR news five nineteen now. Good morning. I'm Matt Elmore. And we appreciate your joining us for morning edition today, which will return to shortly first another look at bay area. Traffic brought to us this time around by Joe McConnell. Good morning. Joe? Good morning. Matt. We've got a pretty good morning. No big problems, of course, except in the password. So we slow there are couple of crashes in the clearing stages. But no sign of any big slowdown at those locations. One of his one of them is in the Dublin interchange. Six eighty north at five eighty crush about an hour and a half old. And also we've got a crash in eight or car fire scene on eight eight and Hayward at Winton with some smoke coming out of of the ical a big rig. Joe McConnell for all right? Thanks, joe. We'll check back at the bottom of the hour. His report this morning. Brought to you by the office of problem gambling support for comes from Comcast. When scheduling service Comcast offers to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends. So customers can spend more time doing what they love. And by the California international antiquarian book, fair Feb. Brewery eighth through the tenth at the Oakland. Marriot city centre with special events in rare treasures from nearly two hundred booksellers from around the world. See a book fair dot com. Coming up later this morning as the housing crisis.

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"marriot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Late last night in the south bay town of Torah. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters, California, power giant PG? If it files for bankruptcy may be able to get help from California lawmakers who wouldn't want to see the state's largest utility go under Bloomberg learned Friday PG any is considering whether to file for bankruptcy protection as it faces billions of dollars in potential liabilities from wildfires. It's a quick may have ignited Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell signalled, the central Bank could pause interest rate increases, if the US economy weakened as always there is no pre-set path for policy, and he pledged he will stay at his post. Even if President Donald Trump press him to resign Powell spoke yesterday at a panel with his predecessors Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke at the American economic association's annual meeting in Atlanta as the dust settles on a troubled year for hedge funds, some managers, escaped the wreckage and some even thrived some equity partners with a long short strategy rose about twenty percent last year. According to an investor documents seen by Bloomberg the Katie and capital management notched a similar gain. According to a source and another source tells Bloomberg Luxor capital group posted a robust return as well. These funds were bright spots in another wise bleak year for the industry hedge funds on average lost six point seven percent. According to h f r x global hedge fund index, Los Angeles. Prosecutors say they are suing the Weather Channel to stop it. From tracking the whereabouts of appetizers and selling the data to third parties. A company spokesman for the Weather Channel says it's always been transparent about the use of location data. Marriott says fewer guests records were compromised then feared and a previously announced a data breach. But Marriot said Friday that approximately five and a quarter million unencrypted passport numbers were accessed. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer this. This is Bloomberg..

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"marriot" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"John Burnett NPR news global stock market soared today after plunging on Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average up seven hundred forty six points. The NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five points. This is NPR. The yellow vest movement has called for protests tomorrow in Paris, and PR Eleanor Beardsley reports the movement has not entirely disbanded despite French president Emmanuel Macron's concessions last month. Analysts say there are risks. The movement could become more extreme after the arrest of one of its defacto leaders this week Thirty-three-year-old truckdriver A-league Drouet was detained then let go for protesting illegally on Paris shows Elise. Throughway who is already facing trial for carrying a weapon at a previous protests has drawn a large following with his Facebook videos into away published a letter this week on Facebook warning, the new year could bring violence, and that some people are ready to die for the cause. In his New Year's message. President McCall made it clear it's time for the protesters to stop and that their actions will no longer be tolerated. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris, the world's largest hotel chain Marriott. Now says it appears a hacking incident that comprised or compromise hundreds of millions of guest records. It was not as extensive as previously feared, but Marriot is also sang about five and a quarter million unencrypted passport numbers were accessed. The fact passport numbers were taking his raised alarm with security experts who say we combined with names addresses or other personal information. It could be used to open fraudulent accounts FBI is investigating the incident while hackers accessed about twenty point three million encrypted passport numbers officials say there's no evidence they were able to use a master key to gain access. Crude oil futures closed higher today. Oil up one point eight percent to end the session at forty seven ninety six a barrel in New York. I'm Jack Speer. NPR news in.

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"marriot" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Year premium mass to go up because you activate apnea machines that is like where the Rancho humans better the rights of citizens. If all carpet rights were they can do with the data knowing actually talking about we can do and the United on a piece about this about two years ago was called terms of service. No comes of trust. Yes. Basically actually explaining to people what the that is going to be used for Howard is being collected. And unfortunately, you know, no one wants to do that. Because the lawyers have put so much, you know, constraints around think, it's just the lawyers. I would argue that the easiest way to make the buck is to sell information. Mation to marketing companies and companies, and I think that's a really big challenge for companies when they're trying to do something. Right. But then they're faced with maybe they've got investors who were like, where's your growth? It's very easy to give that up in. There's a market for it. Yeah. I mean that is definitely market for data. Looking face can go on. I mean face Pena Konta mus- to abuse privacy in data economy, use to Beuys democracy in civic society and just because they can send a few more ads. I mean than so Google I mean, it's not like that any different that just doing exactly the same thing. I think at some point as model. That's what the likes of human beings and no-one talks about like, you know, our government officials don't really talk about the fact that every time there's a breach in at Marriot five hundred million, Necker stolen, the cost to a human the kind it caused me to basically go and protect myself house Mattia going to compensate for that there is just a government accounting office report on the experien- hap. And they were like, oh, this was so imminently avoidable. And if you read that report, it's just so anger making because these guys basically had in collected all of this data on us in they knew some of their policy. I mean, they were aware that they did not have good security in place, and they just really shrunk. And exactly I think this is where I feel that if you have a stronger like there is a privacy amendment, for example, right to the constitution. These folks will be liable. For it. And they've been you know, I would like to see the US government imposed like a five billion dollar fine on mayor. And I think the next one would be like over. We can't do that. Like, we can impose Rena find five billion dollars on folks seven for cheating and using diesel. So the environmental pollution is fine. But the pollution and data privacy leagues are not. Okay. And they can get over that. Like should. I think there is an imbalance. I think tech from that standpoint needs to be regulated just like yarn company being regulated on the roadways are being laid on the automobile having negligent south that regulations currently going way. But yes, what do you think like something like the GDP are the Europeans? Meanwhile. Say at least they're trying to do something about it. Our government doesn't do anything of our. Okay. So you're pro GDP are do you want something stronger? I mean when you need a more he walked for June of via. Okay. I think there is a lot of countries that his business needs to happen is people who need to be taken care off that his government needs. I think there's a lot of parties on who have to be taken care off. At GDP added. Good starting point for Europe. I think you have to come up in something that which worked for US. Okay. And that actually ties into and we kind of talked about the things I wanted to talk about with Google CEO testifying before congress this week. They talked about Albert week bias they talked about the data breaches. And what I didn't see was this kind of conversation about what we need to do in privacy until if we're talking about a constitutional amendment where we're talking about. Maybe just a better GDP are what are some of the basic tenants that we should see I think the basic tenants. Would be that companies like Google and Facebook should not be at the table for the conversation at all. Okay. So you've lost your seat at the table..

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"marriot" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"I guess additional cases the information included payment card information now all this is pretty serious, but what's the most serious breach? As as far as all. These things are concerned is at passport information, or is it credit card data, what's really concerning to most of the experts that we have talked to is to pass for information because with that information along with the names, and so on you can get a lot of information about a person and potentially track them, and of course, on top of that a lotta hotel chains like Mary at usually would have a several credit card on file for someone. And so that it's you know, it's potentially sizable in that way. And the fact that they have a lot of credit cards on file, I guess it makes it easier in a lot of senses for the customers. It also makes hotels a favorite target because there's so much credit card information on file is that right? Yes. That's right. And not only that since there's so many. Any business travelers that could potentially be at target to usually business travelers. I not looking as closely at their credit card statement as a regular consumer would. Now, do they have any idea who might be behind this hack right now Marriot's not saying they are still investigating? I mean from what we hear from sources is that it could potentially be some type of foreign country involved, but that has not been determined hotel chains as we've said, you know, there are a favourite target Starwood said hackers in two thousand fifteen had stolen payment card information during a data breach. In this lasted, nearly eight months at fifty four locations Hilton and Trump they've also been victimized. So it's a real problem. I show want you tell us about some tips that travellers and guests could take to protect themselves or that they could take if they've been breached some things that people can do routinely, check their credit card statements. Also, check the credit report if they're really concerned could Patel. -cially also freeze their credit by calling some of the credit rating agencies. And of course, the next step can also be to contact the FBI internal crime complaint center. What is the latest update on this as far as you can tell you know, Marriott has released? All this information. Have the authority's been led into this? Are they investigating do you know what's going on? It looks like several different authorities. I mean, this is incident that has global impact. So there will be several agencies from Europe. European officials have said they're looking into this US officials as well. So there are agencies from all over the world, essentially that are going to be looking into this Wall Street Journal reporter Aisha elmo's lem. Thanks a lot. Thank you. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal..

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"marriot" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Look, it's very obvious these characters there was no respect for twenty year olds in the business world twenty years ago when I came out, but now because of technology there's a lot of organizations that apple -solutely respect twenty and thirty year olds. Also, what is happening is. I'm spending so much time with forty to sixty year old executives who were dwelling and are upset and tell me dumb shit like Carrie, I didn't grow up with this shit. Neither did I Alice. I was twenty before I even was on a computer. I think rob with the ship. I figured it out. And so I sit there and seek completely capable operators. That have made it happen for twenty thirty years being crippled by I don't understand how Snapchat works. It's so confusing. We're just filled with excuses. We are people just losing their hunger. And then and then by the way, let me get really mad for two seconds with my fancy rich friends. The thing that I'm completely blown away by that. I had no idea what's going on in capitalism and meritocracy is once you get rich. You actually try to spend your dollars to create laws that allow you not to work and still hold onto your money. Hundred percent, right. I mean, I'm blown away by this. You were benefit you were benefited because in your twenties to sixty for forty years, you grinded out executed somebody and you able to make lots of money. But now that you're tired and your finished, and you're older and don't want to put in the work. You don't want the next young buck to come along at eat your lunch. That's not how capitalism works. True. It just not. And so we have all these trends, and we have the great fortune of living in an era where things have been really good for a very long time. And so I walk around the world, and I told my wife Lizzy Lizzy, listen to me, I don't care clearly because I was such a shit student with the kids do at school, but please they can't be in programs where we give away seventh-place trophies. I have no idea who wins the election tonight, but we need to fuck band. Seventh place trophies in America. So we have all these macro situations going on and not to mention for a lot of people here under thirty. You haven't been in the game during an economic downturn. Because things have been very cushy for the last seven years where if you're twenty three years old, and you have an idea your company's miraculously worked for million dollars. And so we're living in a very intriguing time. And I think that the passion and the banks and the energy that I bring tonight are predicated on a couple of tried and true things number one. If you're not making long term decisions, you will be vulnerable the market's changing very quickly and anybody who's looking for short term stuff get short term stuff, and then gets hurt in the long term things like Airbnb guys. Airbnb shouldn't have been invented by Brian. And Joe Airbnb should have been invented by Marriott. But Marriot is looking short term, and is in creating business models to put themselves out of business over should have not been created by Jarrett. And they. They they should have not been created by Garrett and Travis this should have been created by the guy or girl that owned the most medallions in New York City, or by greyhound, if you sit here tonight, and you're doing well, you're danger because there's somebody young and hungry that has the internet, which is a platform that creates a zero cost to get into the game. That's coming after your shin. So if you don't do what I do which is wake up every single morning every single morning and try to put yourself out of business somebody else's going to do it for you. It is much more fun by friends to put yourself out of business than have somebody else. Do it for you. And so please if you're cushy who's cushy raise your hand of shit's going real well. Jesus christ. Re people raise their hand. I think you need to shut down this fucking awesome. What was that? I was doing good like we're doing, okay. He always so. You've got to understand the only thing that's interesting to me..

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"marriot" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on The Interchange

"So what does left-wing mean? And he said, if he's bad. That was my first political experience. But so I moved out in Pennsylvania. I was in the around the Three Mile Island nuclear lamp when they had the accident. And so that was my very first kind of activist experience in that we were trying to. I was watching all these environmental groups like the Sierra Club and others trying to prevent contaminated water from being dumped into the Susquehanna river. And and so that was a huge experience for me. I remember being around the plant and the guy you're counters and guys in full full has mad gears for, you know, that took up entire blocks around in the plant, and that was a pretty moving jarring experience for me when I came out to California, I started volunteering for a group called campaign for economic democracy, and it was a heavy into the environmental economic Justice in an environmental. Community issues, and I learned to organize, I learned how to be a field organizer which a lot of women didn't know at the time. A lot of women kinda went into PR and fundraising and and and volunteer coordination, and I somehow fell into actually do in the hardcore field organizing. So I learned from some of the best in the business how to how to how to grow a crowd, how to get people to join an organization and and work on campaigns. So we were, we were taught very, very concrete skills on organizing for to win elections and it it served me really well, and it started. My political career was actually started in in southern California. Were you doing this during college instead of college? That's a good story. It took me. I graduated from college when I was in the governor's office at forty six, forty seven something, and it took me. I started going to college before I left pencil. Vania when I was when I was seventeen and a half, so seventy years dying, lost count, I lost, but but as I got more and more involved with pilots, I went to college a number of places. Most of the of the time was at San Francisco state university after I moved to northern California, but it's amazing how the primaries and the general election coincide with midterms and finals. So I would start out taking a full load and then I would drop down. I wouldn't be able to finish the classes and stuff. So I of took less and less. I got to be a like I turned a senior, and then I just I was working full in politics and I, I never, I didn't graduate. And then. After I was done, my first major stint in the governor's office in when I was in my forties. I. I went on the public utilities commission, and I decided I would finish my I promised my father that I would get my college degree because neither of my parents went to college, so I started going to, I went back to college when I was on the public utilities commission and you you. So your careers advancing in politics and micro had absolutely taken off. I was already in Sacramento, three jobs later. Yeah, without without agreeing for say, what are you doing? You don't have a degree you don't belong? No, but I but I had some really interesting embarrassing experiences because when you're in politics and you're pretty, you get pretty high up, you can't. You can't fit about that. And politicians have been busted seriously, and I would be introduced. And so many of the higher I got in politics more. I would be introduced as having graduated and I would have to correct people, and there was one time in particular. I was speaking at Stanford University. I was surrounded by guys with letters that went from out the wazoo next to their name. And somebody introduced me as as having graduated, and I had to correct them, you know. In front of this entire room of Stanford scientists that I did not. I did not graduate. That was very motivational. I bet. Marriot's, but so yeah, so I ended up going. I ended up decided to go back to college when I was at on the PUC. And then while I was on the PUC I was there for three years and then Schwarzenegger asked me to come up to Sacramento is being she is chief of staff, and I thought I do not want to dry. I was at Saint Mary's college. I was doing the online course, which is frankly more rigorous than any classroom I've ever been in and and it's because it's very, very intense enhance on..

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"marriot" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Kaos bike i wrote about it a year ago but it did it change this league and i'm not saying it's yes i think superpowers dynasties they are good for sports there's something about the warriors and how given it is just i mean every july like book my room at the oakland marriot the next june i mean it's it's just such a gimme that that you know you're you're you're losing part of leagues appeal right under sharp beautifully today that the nba's thriving and a lot of the reason it's thriving is sort of this everything that's kind of tin general to the actual alternate competition it's the instagram accounts twitter and you know these little back and forth the players have and the rumors and the transactions that's kind of what people love about the nba is the reality show the actual ultimate competition which is who's gonna win the thing is so secondary and you do wonder if they did have a great competition for that how many strides could that league of made in these last few years like the nfl's obviously going through it it's going through baseball you know how powerful could the nba have become without that caps by if they'd have been able to get the smoothing through and you and i look at it so much because i'm largely profile writer i look at it individually for all these players and durant has a couple of championships and that's that's great but like for steph curry i mean he's individually before that happened he was he was seen as like maybe the best player in the world and lebron it was right there was a real conversation people having and that team was very special and and lebron's obviously it was kind of rooted in cleveland at that point now he's moved and even strauss were really good story about this for you guys that you know reputational as far as individuals it's affected them all to it's affected durant and i don't know if it's i don't know how much it's affected everybody for the good as far as that team and just witnessing if you just if you just appreciate kind of demolition and i remember i grew up and i loved unlv right i loved watching those big monday games and unlv would just crush somebody like they would go into new mexico state or whatever and beat him by fifty and i used to kind of enjoy enjoy that so in the moment yeah it's it's a spectacle but look i was there in cleveland when they won and nobody can say that it was i mean when you're a part of like when you're there for championship celebrations and it's a truly at bic kinda compliment there's a feeling in that locker room there's a feeling in those hallways very much of a formality you know and there were even players who said wow it's pretty quiet pretty quiet back here you know their family members saying bigger in houston so it just doesn't you're losing a little bit of like the seismic weight of what a championship means when you have a team that you absolutely know essentially without a shadow of a doubt will win and i know houston they could've taken him out they had a chance but that margin for error the golden state operates with is i think is unusual even compared to the nineties bowls i don't know that they look i was just i wasn't as in this men but i don't feel like they were operating with his large margin for air you can correct me if i'm wrong jenkins is a senior writer for sports illustrated i know lee you are busy today so i appreciate you taking time i had to go through four of your agents three of your handlers to the guys travel with you and then you but you're able to do this that would be for more agents actually have.

"marriot" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"About barry stay in las vegas what hotel did you stay at i stayed at something cold marriot's grand shinto who sounds french on how was it how many bathrooms how many do you have any leftover rhino bucks i'm heading out tiger out of the room it was a lot better no it's very nice it was lightly i mean slightly off the strip it was like a you know walk across the street type of thing you can walk to be arena dare which matters any and you know it's it's biggest man it's just it's unrelenting in i know it's been raining here i think every day i was happy to get home and and happy for the funder storm last night and it's just it's it's too much after a while in my mind so it was fun what is the what's the arena like is it a nicer it's brand new right is it nice i don't think no i don't pick expand no now i should know this i i am thinking if it's brand new it doesn't have some of the things that a brand new arena would have elevators are small some of the quarters cramp thomas and mack center it's not we're right no no it's t mobile arena opened april sixth twenty sixteen that's that's that's pretty new yeah it does i mean obviously everybody's been or i don't know if you guys are talked about the the pre games we're going to talk about before the game source and we're going to mention that yeah we're going to mention that eventually we'll get to that so anyway i would take a brand new arena it looks better from the outside than it does from the end fine i mean you know what can you do with a twenty thousand seat arena that's supposed to be dual purpose hockey and basketball i don't know that there's a ton that makes them distinctive it's not like a baseball park did you do any gambling.

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"marriot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Then i i run on me i lila i would love that killer during the rig up i don't have is number killed so it would be would be the plan game would be kilborn versus bud grant at ron erin roger marriot roger cohen versus roger mariana flattop by uh and then mary richards versus bud grant the to playing games to playing there is that there's always to playing games so the playing a game for the three but the three fourteen which trying to be the fifteenth seed agha now ya look if it will just go along with a guy like this is doing i'm really looking at my twitter feed here it really is people are upset that we love our outer lau letter that someone has to have we have an and it of the of the greatest minnesota an icon ever the pile way there are some people that are right now in disbelief that you've got male just one that whole thing you're a mama's boy when it all comes down to it look at you over there through mr major are and heighten mass whole over there when it all comes down to it it's all about hail well dial up between you and your heart i i i i love i i think is sorely himself over there by the way i got an extra ticket to the lakers celtics game tonight if anyone wants to go are you go how expense was that while we did you see kkob got nominated for an oscar that that that an mi taking another item from your news for later on i mean no i was going to do that because unlike we brian owen well everyone saw essentially what got nominated it was the animated short that lan before he was introduced to the staples center crowd in the night that his two numbers were retired that animated short i guess they put it in theaters in it was nominated for an oscar today cool kobe bryant is an oscar nominated producer.

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"marriot" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"marriot" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"Now appoint hotels and full apartment blocks lucky said marriot's they like how did you transition it's just a matter of growing global years i've been doing this for you know are starting wednesday prima jules thirty years ago so you know you start off with small duplex his wall pledges and sometimes you know i get involved what if somebody had some money so and credit so i took advantage of that opportunity no a guy had a place and i do all the work of aegis for everybody cry i mean he building noone thirty years when you can rolling in numbers bigger and the handed what we goes to governor will let me take money rousing taxes were never in know but you still get credit liberal income properties live organ she's living in why everybody knows inside game is your i know one guy more emerging now else 20over you know you're in the busy and you try the other israeli such essentially like a compound in effect ya exactly that what life will use the re re in all of your person has pledged a role in the roller when you want mile zola whatever you is growing yeah see your real estate portfolio as it stands today from what i've heard on the latah south series it's summary around about the mark of two hundred million dollars i mean here above the rounder yet cable teich to what extent do you care about the karn real estate salko general market conditions like is that something that you give any thought to.

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