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Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 4 d ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Like Spider-Man, no way home. But the Japanese electronics and entertainment giant is traveling a new road, literally, with the start of its new electric car company, Sony mobility. Yes, you heard that right, Sony announced the new venture at this year's technology mega event the consumer electronics show or CES to those in the industry. The subsidiary will launch this spring with the goal of exploring opportunities in the electric car market. And if you think this pivot is a bit shocking, Sony mobility is not playing around at CES the company unveiled detailed designs for a coupe and an SUV. This isn't the first time Sony has sparked car talk. Two years back at CES, the company rolled out the Sony vision S concept car. While the move costs some buzz at the time, the company said it was a way to showcase Sony's component making abilities. Not so much how it could manufacture the actual cars themselves. So this latest announcement represents a definite shift in direction. Japan ranks third in worldwide car making volume. Still, Japanese automakers have lagged in the race for electric car market share. And you might even say that they've tried to pump the brakes on the move to electric vehicles or EVs. As we told you last summer America's biggest automaker GM pledged to move to manufacturing only electric cars in a little over a decade. But Japanese companies like Toyota have typically favored gasoline electric hybrids. Last spring, Toyota executives even had a series of closed door meetings with members of Congress, urging them to ease up on the push for electric vehicles. Sony's drive to see if it can make inroads in this market may signal a new attitude. In December, Toyota announced that it was going to invest in battery electric vehicles and expand its electric vehicle lineup The New York Times reports. Last month it announced that the Lexus brand would be all electric by 2030. 5 years sooner than GM's company wide go The Wall Street Journal ads. Market growth may be driving the change. Despite speed bumps like the pandemic and the chip shortage, sales of electric vehicles are expected to jump to 5% of all vehicles this year. That's 2% more than last year. But even with that growth, EVs still make up a small fraction of cars on the road. Plus, household name carmakers in companies like Tesla and lucid are already plugged into this market. Does the world really need another electric car manufacturer? Maybe. Battery technology is getting better. EV prices are dropping, and some countries are even paying subsidies to electric car manufacturers to increase the number of EVs on the road. The Biden administration has sent an ambitious goal of electric vehicles making up half of all auto sales within the next decade. And remember that Sony mobility was announced as an effort to explore the viability rather than as a definite entry into the electric car race. As the verge points out, whether it intends to join the party as a full fledged competitor or some form of supplier or partner is what we and possibly Sony don't know yet. We'll see more reports of the direction Sony mobility takes as it gets a sense of the EV landscape. For now, safe to say the company is mapping its next move as it explores all of the avenues. From wondering, this is business awards daily. I'm your host David Brown, written by Gwen Moran and produced by Jessica yarmosky. Our executive producers are Tina Rubio and Marshall Louis. Annie warbucks and Agatha hannigan, two names forever connected by events they've made one of them the richest girl in the world and sent the other to prison. Now, 5 years later, 15 year old Annie is about to face her biggest test yet when a shocking mystery threatens to rock the warbucks empire..

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

18:31 min | Last month

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

"Problem. They solved it not by just, you know, doing the licensing deal with Motorola, they had tried and failed that. They solved it by leapfrogging the entire market, which was a gamble, and I think they knew it was a gamble, but they were very confident in the product at the time. Since we're in a podcast naturally, we have to talk about the connection between iPhone and podcasting. I know you have the podcast your own podcast, of course. The decoder podcast. I want to talk about Apple devices playing when you say a huge role in sort of taking podcasts mainstream because podcasts have been around long before I can remember hearing one back in 2003 or 2004. Do you think that was an intentional strategy from Steve Jobs? You know, I don't know. I think this is going to be one of those questions that we will never know the answer to. Steve Jobs very famously demoed podcasts in the early 2000s on stage of the D conference to Walt mossberg and Kara Swisher. He was demoing the podcast functionality of iTunes on an iPod. And you go back and watch that demo. It is literally a trip through time to just think of Steve Jobs, the guy who puts out the iPhone in the iPad. And here he is talking about podcasts. Using desktop iTunes to download podcasts onto an iPod. But at that time, they saw that opportunity for the iPod. The iPod business required music. They had the eyes here in store. They were thinking about how to expand the range of use cases for the iPod. Podcasts looked like a rich line of opportunity. It was democratic, Apple has always been pretty good about letting anybody publish into their podcast catalog. I think they started with podcasts as what else can you do on an iPod besides listen to music? And there are lots of ideas there. But podcasts are audio. As everybody listening to us now, they play that same role that radio plays and you're listening habit. So it was just a very natural extension of what they're already doing with music. This sort of all underscores, though, just how much BlackBerry was back on its heels with the introduction of the iPhone, and you know, you think about being a fly on the wall in BlackBerry's headquarters when the iPhone is released. And all of the possibilities. Is there anything BlackBerry could have done differently or was it was it game over as soon as Apple came into this space? You know, the most incredible thing about BlackBerry at that time was that they thought it was fake. They thought the iPhone demo was faked. So the cossa's Mike lazarides and Jim balsley, they thought that Steve Jobs had faked the iPhone demo when he announced it on stage. Because they could not conceive of a phone with the processing power and battery requirements and network requirements, they were so familiar with. They could not conceive of a phone, a mobile device, doing what the iPhone was doing on stage. It was just not in their brains. Nilay Patel is the editor in chief of the verge, and he's been covering tech for more than a decade. When we come back, we're going to be talking about the iPhone's influence on our culture. Stay with us. We get support from Miro, Miro is a collaborative whiteboarding online platform created to help people visualize discuss and share work. Look, especially when so many of us are working remotely right now. This platform is a game changer, just like the whiteboard that hangs in your office, you can consider mero a blank slate where you and your team or friends can all work play or something in between. You can write, draw, use videos, sticky notes, diagrams or audio to conceptualize your vision. I love that with Miro, you have an infinite amount of virtual canvas to work with, and you can collaborate in real time on whatever you're working on. I mean, just imagine how helpful that is in a virtual brainstorming session. 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Here, there's the extra bonus of unlocking more of the story, which all starts with a disappearance of your best friend, and it's up to you to unravel the mystery of what happened to her. Using your magical match three skills. Download switch craft for free and unlock the magical mystery. They welcome back to business wars, our guest today is nilai Patel, he's editor in chief at the verge and host of the decoder podcast which covers tech in business. How would you say the relationship to our phones has shifted over the past 15 years or so nilay? You know, I was just saying that the CEOs of BlackBerry couldn't conceive of the iPhone that they thought it was fake. And I have always thought about what their frame of reference in thinking about our relationship to our phones. They were trying to make a phone bigger, what Apple accomplished was making a laptop computer smaller. That shift in thinking about a mobile device and what it could do, yeah, our entire worlds now go through the phone because they are our primary computing device. I think most people still do not think of their smartphone as a computer and more importantly, their main primary computer. And that shift all of your computing is done with a device that travels with you. You just see how it ladders out into everything else over time and how it shifts the culture. We all have smartphones in our pocket with expensive cameras in them. You would never put a camera in your bathroom. You just wouldn't do it. You happily carry three to four cameras in your smartphone in the bathroom, whichever way you got. You would probably know a lot of people who do not want to put an Alexa or Google Home device in their bedroom. So they want microphones and their bedrooms. You take a whole bunch of microphones in your bedroom every night with your smartphone. That integration of all of those features into your primary computing device has radically shifted our relationship not only to computers, but also to one another. Because the thing that sells to you is connection. I firmly believe that you can walk up to anyone in the world and ask them about their phone and instantly connect with them and have a conversation because you're not really asking what their phone. You're asking them about a device they have to care for. That's a not drop it and keep the battery charge. It provokes emotional reaction in everybody all the time for reasons good and bad. It provides connection to other people, sometimes it's frustrating. Sometimes it's joyful. This one little object has become the central point of connection to almost everything we do because it is the most important computer in our lives. Is it that we don't think about it? Is it that it provides so many Swiss Army knife convenience that we sacrificed some of the privacy considerations that we might have with say echo dot or Google Home devices? What accounts for the fact that we are not very reflective and yet we are quite reflexive when it comes to our use of the iPhone or for that matter these days, quite often a Samsung phone or galaxy phone. The two main things are people love connection and they desire it and they seek it out. The reason you use your phone is because it allows you to talk to other people. And whether that is actually on the phone or whether it's on FaceTime or whether it's reading tweets or whether it's watching YouTube videos or listening to a podcast, there's something very personal about the connection of phone offers you. It's in your hand. It's very intimate. And I think that there might not ever be another product that feels that way for people. There are lots of attempts, there are lots of there's a lot of conversational with that product might be. But I think the phone, what it represents in terms of just connection is the combination of convenience portability and intimacy, it's very hard to see what will replace it anytime soon. You know, you were talking about that connection, it's not just consumption of messages. It's also production. I mean, a lot of folks are on YouTube doing terrific blogs, vlogs that are heard by millions of people and make a ton of money at it too. I mean, this is opened up all sorts of new enterprises, just because it's here. Yeah, I think one of the most radical shifts in the past decade of smartphones has been the arrival of the camera is a democratic mainstream device. And what I mean by democratic is suddenly everyone has a really good camera all the time. You might have had a camera for you. You might have had a little point in sheet. You might have had a little 35 millimeter disposable camera. But the steps to go from I'm using that to I'm taking a great photo to I am displaying that photo to lots of people. For most people, all those steps are totally closed off. The iPhone and a realist smartphone has not made it so that you have a great camera. You can use it at the drop of a hat to take extremely high quality photos and videos and the software will help you do it in a lot of ways. TikTok is really just a very powerful video editor. It's an incredibly powerful distribution tool, but the other half of it that doesn't get as much attention is that it's a great video editor and it helps you make those videos. So now everybody has that tool. And then, because everybody has a phone. Everyone's viewing the content on the same device as it was created on, which historically has never happened before. That is not how technology has ever worked in the media before. People have broadcast cameras. Do not watch television on the broadcast cameras. But the phone is collapsed that relationship. And I think made it not only easier to understand, but more democratic, because if you're watching somebody else who's made a video on their phone, you're holding the same tool that they used. And that means you are that much more likely to try to use the tool to make the thing that you just watched. What you're really describing is a kind of Gutenberg moment. Here that we haven't really paused to reflect on perhaps adequately. Do you think anyone at Apple was seeing how revolutionary this device would ultimately be or was this about getting phones into the hands of potential buyers first and foremost? I know the folks at Apple pretty well now. I think Apple will be the first company to tell you, they've got big ideas. But they are always narrowly focused on is this product that we have on the shelf today? Great. It isn't making people happy. I think they were as surprised by the social media revolution. Is anyone. They did not think these companies were going to take off. They did not think that Facebook would come to dominate our political and cultural conversations the way it has. I think they have the pretty thorny relationship in particular with Facebook and Google. And fundamentally, that aspect of the smartphone revolution has nothing to do with Apple. It's something that they want to be walled off from because it only offers them opportunity to blow it. If they start having Facebook problems, the apple Sheen goes away. And I don't think they have any interest in Facebook's problems. Do you think smartphone technology has peaked? Is there still white space for innovation in this market? I do think there's space for innovation. I think the radical steps forward that we were used to for several years there. Those have started to come fewer and farther between. But he just think about a phone. What is the most important innovation any new phone could offer you? The battery could last longer. And we're not there yet. You still have to care for it, you still have to charge it. If you Apple made its phones thicker this year, the battery lasts longer. They're selling more of them than ever. The second, and I think ultimately more important innovation that is yet to come is that they've now reached a point where they're kind of too big where I have an iPhone 13 pro max. It is just a giant surfboard of a family. There are new display technologies coming around. Foldable display Samsung is shipping them at scale. So the size and shape of these products is kind of up for grabs again in a way that it hasn't been for quite some time. I think that combination of things, what do they look like? How do they work? How do they fit onto your body or in your pockets? Can we make them last longer? One of the things that we've seen persistently in business wars whether we're talking about smartphones or guitars. Or cars. What we've seen is that you have a dominant player once upon a time it was BlackBerry and then toppled by Apple with its iPhone. Ten years from now, do you still see iPhone right there at the top? What do you expect ten years from now if you were to look into the crystal ball? Yeah, I think in the phone market, I would expect Apple to remain right there. It's interesting in comparison to BlackBerry because BlackBerry had the advantage that Apple has right now. BlackBerry had a closed proprietary messaging system that people loved. They had BBM. And getting people to give up BBM to use another platform was very hard. I know people who carried an iPhone and a BlackBerry for a time because they would not give up BBN. Wow. Apple has that today. They have iMessage. You could make a great folding phone with all kinds of features. The last thing people are going to hold on to is their blue bubbles. Especially in this country. In other countries, where Apple does not have messaging lock in in Europe in China in Japan. You see switching between the platform much much more frequently. If you're not tied into that messaging platform. Yeah, you can go get a Samsung phone. And try that for a while, because your friends are still all right there. In this country for sure, my message is dominant, and it creates a kind of lock in that Apple one side to defeat with BlackBerry. So until that changes, I've never seen anything that might change it here in the United States. I think apple's position is secure. And yet, I guess you can't say never in this case because we'll look at the example of BlackBerry. A lot of people were just as locked in to BlackBerries proprietary technology, right? And yet the world turned. And they had to invent an entirely new paradigm of phones. If you just think about it from just a very basic business school case study perspective, Apple had to offer a vastly larger set of capabilities to draw the customer away from the thing they value the most about their old product. They were actually reducing the utility of the messaging feature. So that is hard. It's hard to imagine I'm going to make a phone that has more utility than an iPhone. That's what any competitor would have to do. Nilay Patel is editor in chief at the verge, he's also the host of the decoder podcast, which covers the intersection of tech and business. You can check out decoder wherever you get your podcasts. Nilay, thanks so much for talking with us on business wars. It's been a real treat to get to say hello. Oh yeah, I had a great time. This has been really fun. Next week, we get into the holiday spirit. Sort of, there's nothing cheery about the battle between hallmark channel lifetime and Netflix. 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"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:54 min | 2 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

"I wanted to spend a minute looking at a couple big trends that have been going on in college basketball and to kind of check in on where things stand. First, the decline of so called blue blood programs was a big storyline last season. Obviously, UCLA is one of those blue blood programs and they're doing just fine this year. But is that a trend that we're seeing continue so far this season? No, I think that trend has reversed itself. The main cause of that and we're really we're talking about duke and Kentucky to a lesser extent in North Carolina, but certainly that was the case is that teams that relied heavily on freshmen were impacted the most by the pandemic because when you have players that are that young, every second counts. You know, obviously practicing in the gym working out with your teammates getting in your sets, getting everybody connected, developing chemistry, having team meals together, going over the coach's house for barbecues. All of that happens in the summer and the early fall for everybody and it's especially important for teams that rely heavily on freshman. Duke in Kentucky did not have that option last year. You know, this year, Kentucky and duke are both highly ranked. They actually played each other in Madison Square Garden and opening night. I was there in the garden. They're both really, really good teams. They have really good freshmen duke in particular has really a national play of the year that I think in Paulo bank Caro, who's a 6 ten freshman forward, do everything dribbler, ball handler, shooter, everything. So yeah, I think we are looking at a little bit more of a normal season in terms of that narrative. In the past you've also talked about how this new transfer portal. You know, where guys can transfer and not have to sit out a year has really shaken things up. That's actually how Johnny Tuesday and got from Kentucky to UCLA and was able to play last season. So what impact are we seeing that rule have so far this season? This is by far the oldest college basketball has ever been. First of all, with respect to the transfer portal and coaches have been saying this now that these guys can transfer and play right away. Unless you are a really top tier freshman, a coach is going to be more inclined to bring in a transfer because if nothing else, he's older. So what a lot of coaches have told me is I'm not bringing in a freshman unless he's ready to contribute right away. That's not a guarantee that he's going to get minutes, but he's got to be good enough to play as a freshman because there's 2000 players that are in the transfer portal. And by the way, they are only allowed to transfer and play right away once. So if they want to transfer again, they have to sit out a year as was the case traditionally in the past. So that's even more of an attraction to bring in a transfer because they're going to be less inclined to leave. And then on top of that, you have all of these super seniors who came back. So ate like Villanova, they have two super seniors and Colin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels. So I'm looking at all these team senior senior super senior sophomore juniors, senior junior. I'm not used to that. And it's really cool. And you could really tell in the way that they're playing. And there's just a physical toughness about the way they play. There's a cohesiveness about the way they play. So it's really interesting talking to these coaches as they are now adapting and in fact, I think embracing and in a lot of ways liking this new era where you're coaching older guys. Now you got to put teams together on the fly, but generally speaking, I think the coach is kind of like coaching older players and frankly, I like watching them. Well, finally, Seth coming back to Johnny too saying, and the UCLA bruins. They have a big test and a final four rematch against Gonzaga on Tuesday. What will you be watching for in that game? Well, the good news is for UCLA Jalen suggs is not playing. He's in the NBA and making a lot of money. So God bless him for that. First of all, with Gonzaga, because I mentioned about their win over Texas, you know, go Zack has this incredibly exciting freshman that everybody knows about and jet home gram. 7 foot one unicorn. He weighs, you know, what a book. 70s, soaking wet, and he can do a lot of things. Well, he was pretty much a nod factor. He only had two points, one made field goal in that win over Texas. And so I'm interested to see what kind of a role he plays moving forward because clearly he's going to have a major major impact on that team. And then as far as UCLA is concerned, I mean, look, Mike cronen has got a lot of guys. And you could say, hey, that's a high class problem to have, but it's still kind of a problem. I mean, coaches will tell you the ideal size of a rotation is maybe 7 or 8 guys, if nobody gets injured. And he's got a lot more than that. So just watching UCLA kind of work through that, but they're an old, physically tough team, drew Timmy is an early consensus favorite for national player of the year, had 37 points against Texas. So it's just gonna be a lot of fun. And unlike that other sport, teams and college basketball don't get eliminated from national championship contention in game three. You can lose a game early and still play your way into the national championship and it would not surprise me if on Monday night in New Orleans the last night of the season, those two teams UCLA and Gonzaga once more are locking horns to see who gets to hoist the big trophy. Well, college football critic and college basketball and spelling bee correspondent Seth Davis. Thanks as always for joining. Thanks, Andrews always a pleasure. You can follow all of Seth Davis's college basketball writing at the athletic dot com. Thanks for listening this week. Our senior producer is Matt Stroud. Production in fact checking by Ian Hurley. Production assistance by Julia Karen and Megan Coyle. Sound designer mixing by Aaron may, Joe Richardson, and mark Nieto. Tiffany of Shinsuke's our co host, Brooks varney is our outreach coordinator, our executive producer is meet Andres kelto. The show's executive produced by Marshall Louis for wondering. From what are you in the athletic? I'm under scalzo. See you next week. To hear more of the lead, you can follow us on Amazon music Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or to listen to us on your Alexa enabled device, just say Alexa play the lead podcast. From one tree, melons house party is a new musical podcast for the whole family to enjoy together. Sing along with melon, an 8 pound dog with a thousand pound heart and her friends as they have a party while they are humans are away, with show stopping songs endearing characters and labs for all ages. This is one party you won't want to miss. On Mellon's house party, all the objects in the house can sing from the couch to the fridge. Melon is our eyes and ears into the magical musical world that is right underneath our noses. Join the adventure, as Mellon and her best friend couch, go viral on the Internet, or follow along as melon runs for mayor of her dog park. Each episode will keep you laughing and singing along. With a memorable cast of characters, melons house party is a musical adventure, your family won't want to miss. Listen to Mellon's house party on Amazon music, apple podcasts, or you can listen to episodes and free and one week early by subscribing to one plus kids and ample podcasts or one rep plus. In the one react app..

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"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:57 min | 2 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

"So Adam, I believe you were the first reporter that Mark talked to about all of this. Why did he decide to talk about his condition at all and to really open up to you about his experience with it? He offered himself as a cautionary tale and his main message was, don't make the mistakes I've made by brushing this aside. You know, I'm not disclosing this to try to Garner sympathy or pity or and I also it's not my intention to scare people, you know, I'm trying to be open about this because I know that other guys are going to this and I want guys to know they're not the only one going through this. I think that's kind of my focus here is don't make these mistakes that I've made kind of brushing this stuff aside or burying it and letting it faster like those people want to help you. So I think I want to make sure you know I'm clear, that's my focus and talking about this stuff. And Mark has made himself available to players of all skill levels, not just in the NHL, but in other leagues who are seeking advice for the same thing. Just so that other players with more potential don't derail that potential by not paying attention to their mental health. I don't think I took advantage of those resources early enough. And I can't help at 32 now to step back and say, what could my career trajectory have been if I had taken care of this stuff earlier? You know, what I have been a third defense comparing my entire career. I don't know. You know, I've been blessed with a lot of physical talent strength and stuff like that. Did I really maximize those? And I think mark's courage and the fact that he was able to overcome the lowest point of his career and perhaps his life has certainly made him more of a fan favorite in the eyes of predators fans. You know, there's this idea that hockey culture sort of lags behind other sports in terms of becoming more modern that it's still pretty old school in terms of attitudes about toughness, masculinity, showing weakness, that sort of thing. What did mark, who was, you know, this very well known tough guy. What did he have to say about hockey culture and attitudes about mental health within NHL locker rooms? In the market said something interesting, mark is a masculine guy by most people's definition. He's got no teeth, he's got a broken nose. He's got scars all over his face. He can probably beat you up, not probably. Most definitely can beat you up, but dealing with his feelings in his emotions is important. I just think it's important for guys to know that you can still be this tough guy in the NHL and whatever archival masculine athlete, but you can stay on top of this stuff, and it is only going to benefit you, and I hope teams start to realize that, too, again, like I said earlier, just to reiterate that if you help athletes, do you want their mental health and get to a good place mentally, it's only going to benefit your team too. And we've seen throughout the NHL over the past few months, multiple players open up about their experiences with mental health. Another predators player a goaltending prospect by the name of Conner Ingram spent 40 days in a California mental health treatment center in January. He learned while he was there that he also had an undiagnosed case of obsessive compulsive disorder. Jonathan Joanne, a star player for the Montreal Canadiens, took a leave of absence last season and revealed before this season that he was dealing with anxiety and insomnia and most recently, Carrie price, one of the top goaltenders, at the NHL, over the past decade, entered the NHL player assistance program in admitted it over the past few days that he was dealing with substance abuse issues as a result of some of his mental health struggles. So I do believe that these players speaking up gives their fans the courage to do the same. And lastly, Adam, what is Mark bourgie ski hoping for now? What are his goals moving forward? His goals are to continue his professional career. He is in the final year of his contract. He's playing well in his role to start the season. But I think from a larger standpoint, I think he wants to break down the walls of that entrenched masculinity he was talking about. You can be tough. You can play hockey. You can throw hip checks and throw punches and score 50 goals. But you can also be in touch with your feelings and take care of your mental health. And I think Mark would love to be a spokesman of sorts for the importance of taking care of your mental health. What I'm thanks for writing the story and thanks so much for joining us today. Of course, thank you for having me. You can follow all of Adam Jenkins coverage of the Nashville predators at the athletic dot com. And if you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, the national suicide prevention hotline has people who can help. Their number is one 802 7 three 8 two 5 5. Thanks for listening this week. Our senior producer is Matt Stroud. Production and fact checking by Ian Hurley. Production assistance by Julia Karen and Megan Coyle. Sound designer mixing by Aaron may, Joe Richardson and Marc Nieto. Tiffany osinski is our co host, Brooks varney is our outreach coordinator, our executive producer is me Andres kelto. The show's executive produced by Marshall Louis for wondery. From wondering in the athletic, a modest kelto, see you next week. To hear more of the lead, you can follow us on Amazon music Spotify and Apple podcasts, or to listen to us on your Alexa enabled device, just say Alexa play the lead podcast. From one tree. Melons house party is a new musical podcast for the whole family to enjoy together. Sing along with melon, an 8 pound dog with a thousand pound heart and her friends as they have a party while they are humans are away with show stopping songs and hearing characters and lamps for all ages. This is one party you will want to miss. On mellen's house party all the objects in the house can sing from the couch to the fridge. Melon is our eyes and ears into the magical musical world that is right but needs our noses. Join the adventure, as Mellon and her best friend couch, go viral on the Internet, or follow along his melon runs for mayor of her dog park. Each episode will keep you laughing and singing along. With a memorable cast of characters, melons house party is a musical adventure, your family won't want to miss. Listen to Mellon's house party on Amazon music, apple podcast, or you can listen to episodes and free and one week early by subscribing to one plus kids and ample podcasts or one rep plus. In the one rehab..

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"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on The Lead

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Will try to resell the tickets on your behalf so you'll still get paid. Analysts say seat geeks new program could have competitors stepping up to. When you want to go to an event, there's usually an array of platforms through which you can purchase and sell tickets, right? And if you have to choose between a platform with a rigid policy when it comes to refunds versus one that's a little more like seat geek now is. It's pretty clear which one you're going to choose. One of those competitors is mainstay ticketmaster. If you buy a ticket through that platform and can't make the event in the event goes on as planned with no pandemic related thwarting, you can choose to sell it to someone else by the platform, but that can take time and keep you on the hook if you can't find any takers. Hence the supposed appeal of sea geek swaps. And why analysts told The Wall Street Journal, it could have a trickle down effect on the whole industry. The journal does point out that sea geeks new program might not work smoothly for all venues. Sea venues aren't super interested in whether customers get credit for another event or whether independent sellers still make money on the tickets. They just want bodies in the seats. Why? Because those bodies are likely to go to the concession stand. And the bar. You get where this is going. More people actually it real live events means more money for them. Being a little less stringent when it comes to refunds and credit could change the entire ticketing industry. More than a certain global pandemic already has, I mean. From wondery, this is business worst daily. I'm your host David Brown, written and produced by Jessica, your mosque. Our executive producers are Jenny Lauer beckman and Marshall Louis, created by.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Will have limited supplies of men's and women's apparel shoes and accessories. The smaller concept blue. Me's will still carry the usual suspect. Luxury brands like gucci. Prada dior as well as quote emerging brands but the stores will be about one tenth. The size of a typical bloomingdale's merchandise mexes will rotate frequently throughout the week. So customers have a new experience whenever they visit the store. According to cnn you go into a bloom these more for a purpose in a feeling than for a leisurely shopping trip. This small format experiential approach is similar to one introduced by rival department. Store nordstrom. A few years back nordstrom local debuted in los angeles in two thousand seventeen nordstrom calls the locations quote service hubs. You can't browse and buy merchandise in store but you can pick up. Online orders have shoes and handbags repaired and book an appointment with a nordstrom clothing stylist. Some nordstrom local locations also partner with area nonprofits to donate gently used clothing. Of course much of this small concept interest is really experimentation while speculation about retails demise has been rampant last month jones. Jacques johnnie cfo at luxury products giant lvmh toll cnbc that the future of retail is stores. He can't match the customer experience online. He said but that doesn't mean that stores aren't struggling. Macy's sales were lagging before the pandemic and the company shuttered. Dozens of stores including one bloomingdale's location cnn reports. During the pandemic the company furloughed most of its hundred thousand plus workers and ended up laying off three percent of them. The company lost a billion dollars in a few weeks during the shutdown phase. Pandemic but brands like bloomingdale's nordstrom offer hope for battle-weary retail brands. The outlook for luxury brands is bright. One report from retail wire predicts twenty five percent bump in luxury goods sales within the next four years so the hope is that these smaller frequently updated stores and their focus on the latest luxury. Offerings may be just the environment to win over. Affluent millennials who value convenience for now bloomingdale's parent company is hoping that bloom. These well balloons. When it's planted in virginia later this summer from wondering this is business daily. I'm your host. David brown written by blend moran and produced by jessica. Your musty our executive producers. Are jenny lower. Beckmann marshall louis created by on lopez. When you were innovating you've got to question everything. The folks at hyundai did and they completely reimagined every inch of the all new to saad resulting in an suv loaded with available innovations both inside and out from designed to technology to safety. Every aspect of the new tucson has been improved upon to create the best tucson ever. Led daytime running lights are stylishly hidden within the front grille making them invisible when not in use you'll be blown away by the ten and a quarter inch infotainment screen or the digital key technology. Which allows you to use.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

"From one read. This is episode two of southwest versus american for business wars. If you like our show please give us a five star rating review in fisher to tell your friends subscribe on apple podcasts amazon music the want re- app or wherever you're listening right now join hundred plus the wondering apt to listen one week early and add free. You'll also find some links offers from our sponsors in the episode notes. Supporting them helps us. Keep offering our shows for free another way. You can support the shows by filling out a small survey at wondering dot com slash survey. And tell us which business stories. You'd like to hear a quick note about recreation. You've been hearing in most cases we can't know exactly what was said. Those scenes are dramatization. But they're based on historical research. I'm your host david brown joe. Winter wrote this story. Karen low is our senior producer at editor produced by emily frost. Kate young is our associate producer. Our producer. Dave schilling sound designed by. Kyle rayner our executive producers are ginny lower beckmann and marshall louis created by earn on low pass or wondering is simone us and i run a multibillion dollar company i also host one of the most successful business shows on tv. My new podcast one hundred percent. I'm gonna talk with exceptional entrepreneurs about their businesses and how they got started. It's a little bit of masterclass a cocktail party in a sunday. Drive all wrapped into one on this show. How many the deeper to uncover the stories behind these companies and my celebrity friends will drop by for some inspiration and some advice. Kristen bell gayle. King howie mandel. Charles barkley jillian michaels and a bunch more. So join me on this journey each week as we meet some the most creative innovative passionate minds in business. That's doing things my way. One hundred percent one hundred percent with me. Markus llamas is available on apple. Podcasts amazon music. Or wherever you get your podcast..

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"marshall louis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And Jeremy White did a great job allowed. We're dead Russians with back to back picture, the person turned around, But then you say, Well, he's better address. They have their money and your views are a little hold on the contract will be up soon, and that's planning for the future. I have no issue with that. But I had the labor front actually a couple of fashion practical little slightly higher than I am going to the bottom of your friends. That's for around the value there, but the bills got to do everything in my power to make it inside. You know it is it is in the coach's hands. Coach. There's an 80 year I need to hear, but that's not my goal is not to direction. My goals become their tribute ball of the best I can. Honestly man grabbed. We've been talking a lot, You know, just trying to, you know, did the playbook down. You know this man, the only person I've been talking to your clan, same position. We both have the same goals in mind just talking about the coaches. They just want me to come in. Just keep doing what I did when I was that Wait, that's just playing hard and just come in every day. You worked on W GR Sports Radio 5 50 as Carlos bathroom Greg Russo before him. Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports Nice to see the bill send out the video of the rookies chowing down some wings over the weekend. It's part of rookie minicamp. Uh, you know, some of them having it maybe didn't know that you were supposed to have blue cheese with wings. It was always enjoyable. We Jeremy back with us. Of course, today able three old 5 50. We talked some more football here because we're going to the Western hotline. And we are joined by Marshall Louis Jacques, who covers the Bills, and does it very well for ESPN dot com And he's with us right now. Good morning, Marcel. It's Howard and Jeremy. How you doing, sir? Good morning. I'm doing well. How you doing? Thanks for having me on. I always like to have you on the show. Because you're good. Dude s O rookie minicamp Did did you enjoy being back out watching the bills on some bills on a football field again? Yeah, it was, uh, you know, had a little little serenity to it have not been at that facility in. I mean, it's been months so and honestly, who knows? It might be another month or so before we're allowed back on. Still kind of unclear What the what the plan for for O T A's and many Kampar But it was cool, very, really Nice day to be out there, obviously and limited actual football happening. It was more like a More like an introduction period for the use for these guys from these rookies in these tryouts, but football all the same man. It was cool to see Marcel, you look you know what? Um I think you did a piece about this. You know the questions the roster spots all that This is not a rookie class. In the past few years, guys have come in and started right away and made some significant contributions with this rookie class. And I mean this less about who they drafted more about where the roster is. You know, probably nobody starts. I mean, what kind of is it? Just the two pass rushers at the top of the class. What do they get or need out of the rookies this year? Yeah, I think that like Brandon bringing being was saying before the draft that they were looking more long term, But he also insisted that these are guys who will be able to contribute. Um, hopefully right away while you know, I see Spencer Brown get a little momentum to take over at right tackle. I really don't think that's likely without injury. Or unless just Eddie Ford bombs that left guard and they have to, you know, make some emergency plans, but I think Brown and Doyle right now are You know they Their insurance for gang Dawkins and Darryl Williams something Brandon saw what happened with Kansas City last year when they lost their starting tackles and the kind of wheels fell off as soon as they got to the biggest stage and he doesn't want that to happen. Uh, Then when you got when you look at the Sharm and who so I don't know if they come in and start right away over. Shoes and over Addison or even at the NASA just simply because Well in Brussels case hasn't really played organized football in two years. But They will be rotational. Pieces, and I do think that they're going to make Jerry Hughes and make Mario Addison You know, for lack of a better word expendable next year when their contracts are up, you could say OK, we don't have to try to break the bank toe re sign either of them. We don't have to give him 78. Whatever a year. We've got three guys at the top of our rotation, who were confident in So I don't think they're going to come in and and start right away. But they might be on an F in s a track in which you know they're brought along slowly and significant contributors toward the end of the season. Up on happiness. So what should expectations be for him? And he was kind of Ah, Maybe not have forgotten guy. But like you said, the slower track, and I'm sure that the off season the unconventional so many camps, rookie camp all that stuff that he didn't really get probably didn't help. So what did you think of him at the end of the season? And what do you think Expectations should be for him in year two. No, it wasn't playing at a weight that I think he was comfortable with for most of the season. What's he got back to that? You started to see the flashes. You started to the light turned on. There were times where you know he could get in the backfield relatively quickly, and his pursuit was pretty impressive. And I think they love that kind of effort. But you want to see a job here in in year two just because of where he Woz, where he was drafting the capital that's invested in him. You would like to see him. You know, you'd like to see him play more snaps and earn more snaps. Then probably marry a lattice and you'd like to see him be, you know, kind of a Disruptive. Rusher passed muster off the edge here. Just because.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"It has been a cruel month were Disney workers on September twenty. . Ninth. . Disney announced layoffs for twenty eight thousand people mostly those who work for its parks and resorts division or in Disney speak cast members layoffs affect all types of employees from actors and singers to bus drivers, , ride mechanics and cruise ship operators close to seventy percent of the people receiving digital pink slips work time. . In many cases, , these employees have been furloughed since April shortly after covid nineteen forced Disney to close its theme parks and cruise line furloughed employees stopped receiving wages but kept their benefits. . Now, , following a period of severance pay, , they could lose everything not that it hasn't already been bleak unite here local seven three. . Seven is an Orlando Union representing eighteen thousand Disney Hotel and food service employees. . Last summer, , the Union organized a weekly Food Bank planning provisions for two hundred families one day in late September, , the line of people waiting for food stretch two miles eight hundred people picked up groceries the new. . York Times reported. . That's despite the fact that Disneyworld reopened in July. . Disneyworld is the company's flagship and the larger of its American theme parks on a Normal Day seventy five thousand employees keep the complex San Francisco sized park running. . Now, , those numbers are down by thousands disneyworld reopened with stringent social distancing and sanitizing procedures. . But despite Disney's safety plans, , many fewer tourists are currently willing to visit amusement parks either. Fearing . the virus because some restaurants and attractions remained closed or because international travel is restricted or some combination of all three. . The situation for Disney is arguably even worse in Anaheim where Disneyland remains closed due to government restrictions not surprisingly Disney is desperate to reopen, , but with corona virus cases on the upswing nationally governor Gavin newsom has said no relations between Disney and governor newsome's office have quote turned frosty according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek Disney says, , no one at Disneyworld has contracted covid nineteen since the park reopened regardless lackluster attendance to all of its theme parks is causing horror movie like hits to Disney's earnings Disney's parks unit brought in two, , thousand, six, , , billion in revenues. . Last year. . CNN. . Reported profits. . Fell ninety percent in the first three months of this year that the pandemic continues is clearly bad news for any industry that relies on crowds. . The virus has also battered Disney rival universal, , which operates theme parks in Orlando and elsewhere universal parks sitter and more than a billion dollars in revenue. . Last year, , they dropped like a scary rollercoaster ride this year though second quarter sales fell more than ninety percent universal to has laid off thousands by now it's certainly no surprise that the pandemic hurt travel hospitality and tourism is hard as it has. . But what is notable and often lost in the headlines is that the economic effects of the pandemic are strikingly different depending on your skills industry and geography Lower, income , workers are far more likely to work in jobs that cannot be done from home. . It's impossible to do laundry fix a broken roller coaster or dresses Mickey and shake a child's hand to resume. Of . course, , as we continue to socially distance digital industries are booming many professional workers are fine or increasing their wealth but person businesses like Disney resorts have no clear and certainly no quick line of sight to a recovery. . Jal points to the fact that the booming stock market tells far from the whole story about the economy and economy of riches for some and recession for many many others. .

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"The expanding popularity of exercise has prompted growth in leisure wear in fact Ath- leisures the only major fashion category that seems to be doing well, , almost every other category is in decline I mean who needs high heels to work at your? ? Kitchen table now that active where boom is intersecting with a soon to come trend at least one expert is predicting lockdown inspired mini baby-boom starting in October and going through next March that's according to Marshall Cohen. . Chief Retail Industry analyst with NPD Group A market research firm the obvious underserved opportunity for apparel makers active wear designed for pregnant and nursing mothers. . Last week Nike announced its first line of maternity fashion called Nike 'em. . It'll be available online starting September seventeenth? ? Nike says it's been working on maternity where for three years, , but the timing of its release probably couldn't be better in the US maternity clothing sales have been growing by about three percent of the last few years according to CNN. . That's not because women are having more babies they're not actually but because they're spending more money on maternity fashion nike 'em includes a nursing, , bras tank tops, , tights, , and cover ups. . The company says it compared scans of one hundred, , fifty thousand women's bodies both pregnant and not design the pieces. . The stretchy products grow with pregnancy and spring. . BACK TO FIT new MOMS bodies. . Nike designers also conferred with thirty pregnant and postpartum athletes. . The result functional tops that make breastfeeding easy in tights that accommodate pregnant and postpartum bellies. . Prices range from forty five to eight five dollars. . The new line is an extension of Nike successful efforts to grow it sales to women. . Last year Nike grew it's women's business by double digits according to retail dive the industry publication quoted dense CEO Mark Parker, , who commented that it was quote hard to overstate how important this year has been the evolution of the women's offense at Nike. . The idea behind knock em to take away one obstacle that often stops expected to new mothers from continuing their athletic pursuits. . That obstacle of course, , active wear brands have mostly ignored the large new mom market loving them with few good clothing options for exercising.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"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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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars

"Eighteen fifty Yuba City California -Fornia r h macy and his brother. Charles are struggling to get a train of pack mules laden with mining supplies and other merchandise across the feather river to are there. Destination Marysville California. It's a settlement about forty miles north of Sacramento and has become a way station for prospectors leaving San Francisco for the minds. It's early spring in the white cap river runs neck deep and bitterly cold like many sailors. Rh never learned to swim properly early. He's clutching the neck of the lead mule and trying not to pull them both under convinced he's going to drown. RH cries out to his brother. Charlie I don't think I'm GonNa make it Charles tries to rally come on. You survived the South Pacific and you'll survive this this. It'll be too embarrassing to go back to Tuck it and tell them a little river. Did you in one of the Mules Jerks his head up smacking agent face. He curses the the day. They heard a hot tip. Marysville was surveying town and luring lots of minors. The brothers jumped on the opportunity to get in early and open their mining supplies venture ensure before the competition they spent nearly all their cash buying merchandise and Mules San Francisco and now they could lose it all and their lives rh keeps repeating to himself. If you just make it to the other side. You're going to be rich. Miraculously he and Charles Survive and only one meal. Drowns Charles Loses his left shoe as they stand on the banks exceeding and dripping. They surveyed the scene in Marysville hundreds of men crowd the main street piles of freight boxes fill a muddy cont- lock waiting to be unloaded tent after tent bear signs with crooked letters above the flaps that spell out supplies for sale and that's when it hits Charles R H. They aren't the first outfitters for the forty niners in Marysville. They aren't even among the first wave of merchants in Marysville not by a long shot no RH and Charles. macy are perhaps the last people on Earth to arrive in Marysville during the gold rush looking to open a business just three months later macy and company is a bust Charles falls in love with the West and stays in Marysville where he finds work as a carpenter. Rh arrives back in Boston. Austin alone broke and mortified. His family takes pity on him and lends him enough money to open yet another dry goods adventure in the small town of Hail Massachusetts. This time surprising even himself. He finally manages to turn a profit applies applies lessons learned in his previous failures and adopt a strict policy of only accepting payment in full in cash at the time nearly all all stores operate on credit to stay competitive. RH guarantees discounted prices. He also advertises his hair. Cheap store in a new and and exciting way and yes cheap is in the name. The advertisements are elaborately worded and there are multiple half our whole page ads in a single single-issue of the local gazette. The ads lay out his cash. Only low prices policy. He changes the copy every week to reflect new merchandise and to keep shoppers shoppers attention other merchants. Just print two or three sentences with the wording the same week after week month after month eighteen fifty one payroll Massachusetts. A woman is shopping at the haven. Cheap store for Gingham cotton fabric to make address. She checks the price fourteen and one half cents per yard. She surprised because even though she'd seen the AD in the Hebrew Gazette for cloth fourteen and a half cents only the number fourteen stuck in her head. She doesn't have any of these newfangled half pennies on hand at the store but the clerk points out depending how much yard as she needs it can work out to an even number and the competition is selling the same fabric for fifteen cents a yard down the street so she saving a lot still. The customer is suspicious and challenges the cleric. How can Mr macy sell this so cheaply? Is it stain stained no. It's in perfect condition. I think he just wants to keep us clerks on our toes by making us do all this math and making change for you folks. Oh poor you. I'm just hopeless it Matt but this is lovely material and prices lovely as well. I'll take seven yards for the customers. Do exactly what macy hope they do. They notice the first number in the advertisement. But not the half penny that follows even if they're only saving a the half penny. They feel like they're getting bargain in half pennies start to add up for business. It's a forerunner of the ninety nine cents strategy that will one day appear everywhere. Finally R H macy is making money in the eighteen fifties in New England but in the Midwest Adam Jimbo is doing even better his Indiana stories thriving and he started a family that will eventually eventually grow to fourteen children. Seven of them sons for the next twenty years Adam. Jimbo gives his sons. The Best Education in Indiana offers and each boy apprentices at his side in his ever expanding storefront his surplus of sons will one day build a true palace of trade and empire beyond Adams wildest dreams but macy is not blessed with an abundance of heirs. Who can take over his business? He has one son and that boy is more than a disappointment. He's a criminal you on the next episode. R H macy sets up shop in New York City but the civil war threatens to destroy both the macy family and the business if if they survive they'll go up against a new generation of ambitious Jimbo brothers intent on expanding the company and eager to be America's first destination for the highest quality at the lowest prices. They won't put up with being in macy's shadow for all from wonder this is business wars. We hope you enjoyed this episode. And we invite you to subscribe on Apple podcasts. spotify Google podcasts. IHEART radio stitcher. Or wherever you get your podcast you'll find a link on the episode notes just tap or Swipe over the cover art and you'll see some offers from our sponsors. We hope you'll support our show by supporting them. If you like what you've been listening to it would be awesome if you give a five star rating and tell your friends how to subscribe another way you can support us is by. I answering a short survey at one. Three DOT com slash survey. And tell us what business four stories you'd like to hear we should say something about the conversations in this episode. We can't know exactly what take the time but this dialogue is based on our best research. I'm your host David. Brown Barbara Aboagye broke this story. Care and low is our senior producer and editor sound design by Kyle L. Randall for Bay. Area sound our executive producers are Jenny Lower Beckmann at Marshall Louis created by earn Lopez.

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HotelTonight Pushes Daily Travel Bargains with FOMO Campaign

Business Wars Daily

04:47 min | 2 years ago

HotelTonight Pushes Daily Travel Bargains with FOMO Campaign

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit P._B._A.. Dot Com Slash V._W.. Daily <music> <music> from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Friday August second. Would you reserve a hotel room in just fifteen minutes. If it meant you could get a great deal. I struggled to make these decisions fast but probably some of you would. That's what AIRBNB discount booking company hotel tonight. Tonight is betting on last week. Hotel tonight launched a big ad campaign pushing a feature called daily drops. That's a new deal on a last minute hotel room. Every everyday intended to cost In fifteen minutes indecisive like me well. The Ad Campaign acknowledges that you may be slow on the uptake and it's pushing the idea that other buyers faster faster and smarter than you are talk about creating anxiety. We all suffer from foam. Oh these days you know fear of missing out and majority of millennials admit that Foam Komo actually influences their purchases. This campaign steals from foam to help you banish what it's calling the dreaded. Fogo that is fear of better options options. Keep searching rather than making a quick executive decision and you'll regret it the ad suggest when you discover how much money you could have saved hotel. Tonight is already ready. A leader among the growing numbers of last minute bargain travel apps it has an inventory of about six hundred hotels and is said to be able to book a room in ten seconds which makes that fifteen minute window looked like an eternity but traveled zoo is a tough competitor and travelers are highly likely to try out at least two sites if not more in search of the biggest bargains hotel tonight's daily dropped creates a fun treasure hunting feel a tactic. That's proved enormously. Successful by discounters both online and off the fifteen minute deadline is designed to create urgency and circumvent endless searching not to mention a switch to the competition petition AIRBNB which is expected to go public before the end of Twenty nineteen acquired hotel tonight earlier this year. The four hundred million dollar acquisition is is one part of its strategy to show the public that it's more than home sharing company. AIRBNB now wants to play a major role in every part of the lodging market from Short Hotel Hotel. STAYS TO AIRBNB mansions in the coast of Spain or luxury condos in the heart of say Dubai. If AIRBNB is going to continue you to grow the company needs competitive firepower as the industry publication marketing dive reports new rules or limiting airbnb options in some places and as we've reported boarded big hotel chains like Mary are moving into the home sharing space of course waiting until the last minute to book a room isn't for everyone but AIRBNB is hoping that the game of finding great bargains will convince many affluent millennials to go somewhere anywhere this weekend and brag about their great deal to. Friends giving them a good contagious case of foam from wondering this business wars daily this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Lane Hamilton Grant Emma Portland edits. This series are executive producers. Here's Marshall Louis created by a non Lopez or wonder. I'm David Brown have a great weekend. We'll see next. This episode is brought to you by send pro online. I'm from Pitney Bowes. Shipping Mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your for P.. C. And you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit P._b.. Dot Dot com slash B

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90s  Virtual Pet Craze, the Tamagotchi is Back -- and More Expensive than Ever

Business Wars Daily

03:26 min | 2 years ago

90s Virtual Pet Craze, the Tamagotchi is Back -- and More Expensive than Ever

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily on this Friday, June seven remember, the tummy coachee. Here's a refresher Tamagotchis were virtual pets that were wildly popular with kids in the late nineties attempt Goetschi costs about twenty bucks. It came with a key ring attached, and most owners kept them in their pockets at all times, you not only had to feed water and discipline. You were Gucci you had to clean up after it too at random moments. The toy would emit digital beeps to warn you of its needs. If you ignored it, too long it would poop on the floor or worse starve to death. On the other hand, if you are responsible caretaker, and manage to keep it alive for a long time, it would eventually dia natural death just as any pet will do the deaths of those virtual pets. Elicited real grief owners adults as well as kids got so attached to their Thomas as there were. Nicknamed that they would bury them in virtual tomah. Cemeteries, can you say obsession? Well, the Tomiko Chee is coming back. It's Japanese maker, band die is introducing a new generation of the toy this summer. The new version called tummy Gucci on will do more for instance. It can travel. Mary and spawn new Tom ago, cheese among other things, but the new version will cost about sixty dollars even with inflation. That's double the Thomaz nineteen nineties price tag, despite the price hike retailers, including target, an urban outfitters are already taking preorder. They're banking on the nostalgia of Thomas lovers. Now, mostly in their thirties to make them fly off shelves. You'd like to carry that little virtual tyrant in your pocket again. Wouldn't you, but you don't wanna pay the high price? Well, there are cheaper alternatives, Tom ago cheat on will compete with discount toys from target and WalMart for about twenty bucks. You'll be able to get a tummy coach. She liked toy with your regional features, no traveling or babies for you, success of the renewed Gauci is hardly assured this time around the Tomiko CI has a lot more competition for loyalty and revenues. What else is expensive lives in your pocket beeps that you randomly and demands your attention constantly? That would be your smartphone. From this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grant, edited and produced by m equipment. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez for wondering. I'm David Brown will see next week.

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PayByCar is Like EZ-PassFor Drive-Thrus

Business Wars Daily

04:13 min | 2 years ago

PayByCar is Like EZ-PassFor Drive-Thrus

"Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily. Happy Friday, one and hall, a startup called pay by car is giving a whole new meaning to the phrase pay at the pump. The Massachusetts company is pioneered away to use express toll transponders to pay for gas and other things. You buy while you're driving, like the chicken nuggets you're guilty, handing to your kids in the backseat. We see you mom, dad express toll transponders. Those little sensor, boxes, you keep in your car so you don't have to slow down and throw singles at a toll booth. Well, if you can pay on a highway without slowing down the founder of pay by car figured, why couldn't you do at this easily elsewhere turns out, you can pay by car launched its first test of this technology last week in a Boston suburb, the launch relies on the easy pass transponder system used in seventeen states set up payback car account and input, your payments source like a credit card. Hard or digital wallet antenna at the gas station will send your transponder as you drive up and send a text to your phone asking if you wanna use pay by car to purchase gas text. Yes. And the gas pump will automatically turn on when you're done. It'll be charged your account that old onerous task of pulling out your wallet and sticking your credit card the gas pump gone for now. The pilot system works, only at one gas station in westboro, Massachusetts, but pay by car in visions, a day, soon, when thirty five million easy pass user, simply driving through gas stations fast food, restaurants, coffee, shops, and even auto part stores ordering what they need and moving on currently pay by car competes with common payment methods like credit cards and your digital wallet. But the startup is actually trying to get to market ahead of General Motors Honda, those automakers are developing dashboard, payment systems that will be baked right into your vehicle, whether a transponder. Wander base system, or one built into your car itself. These easy payment methods may seem like they give back time to stress commuters. But they really benefit merchants not consumers, because scientists shown that the easier, it is to pay for something, the less, we think about it, and the more we spend think about that as you take off on your weekend road trip. Why don't you? From what this business wars daily. No, don't think about that. You've got better things to think about this week's episodes were written at today, produced by lane apple to grant, edited, and produced by Emma Cortlandt, our executive producer Marshall Louis created by or non locals for wondering, I'm David Brown. Have a great weekend. We'll see extra. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business, your impact on the communities made a huge difference as thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free. External hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dell.

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Disney Debuts Star Wars Land; Universal Amps Up Harry Potter

Business Wars Daily

04:59 min | 2 years ago

Disney Debuts Star Wars Land; Universal Amps Up Harry Potter

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown in this business wars daily, happy Friday, everyone. Oh and happy Star Wars day. Did you know that thing and it's tomorrow to celebrate? We're gonna talk about Disney's newest and biggest theme park attractions since Disneyland opened in nineteen fifty five. The long-awaited Star Wars land called galaxy's edge is about to open on may thirty first at Disneyland and August twenty ninth at Disney World in Orlando. Disney likes to call the fourteen acre park within a park the new land. It centers around the black spire outpost were good and evil. Meet in the form of the characters from the Heroux resistance and the dangerous. I order the attraction is immersive in one ride fans will be able to pilot the millennium falcon starship through the galaxy on the rise of the resistance, which will open some months down the road. You'll be in a simulated battle the intention to make you feel like a member of the resistance. Fighting off the first order in surviving to become a hero galaxy's edge is one of the most highly anticipated theme park openings ever and Disney's been planning for a crush of fans from day one. That means your visit to the black spire outpost will be short one through late June. Visitors will have to make reservations for four hour. Time slots Disney's trying to manage traffic so visiting a galaxy far far away is a good experience not misery for the last few weeks. Only Disney hotel customers have been able to get those reservations. But you better love Star Wars. Those rooms will set you back up to seven hundred sixty dollars a night as the LA times notes that's close to two hundred dollars per Star Wars, our even before you buy Disneyland. Tickets on Thursday, though, Disney began accepting reservation requests from anyone not just hotel goers, given the anti that Disney's built up for Star Wars land. It would. Easy to assume that it's the only attraction around hardly all of Florida's. Big theme. Parks are introducing new attractions this summer jumping in well before galaxy's edge opens up at DisneyWorld on June thirteenth, the wildly popular Harry Potter attraction at Comcast's universal. Orlando is getting a new roller coaster Hagrid magical creatures motorbike adventure in case, you don't know those motorbikes fly. So while one big question is will I be able to get a reservation to galaxies edge. Another bigger question for theme park leaders might be will universal siphon-off family's theme park. Budgets before the new Star Wars land opens at the end of August. Even if universal is once again overrun with Harry Potter fans. We suspect that the force runs strong at this. Brown wondering this business daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton, brand image Portland is our editor at producer our executive producers Marshall Louis gated by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. And we'll see an extra week. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth, all you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily again get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash b w daily.

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Ikea Debuts First City Store: You Take Home Nothing

Business Wars Daily

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Ikea Debuts First City Store: You Take Home Nothing

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Happy Friday, everyone there's big money to be made in thinking small or so it seems for my KIA's latest announcement the huge Swedish home goods and furniture company is opening a miniscule Manhattan store designed for New Yorkers who live in tiny spaces. It's a truism of city life the tiny your apartment, it seems the more stuff you need to keep it organized. And so I ki- is newest urban stores really a showroom. Call the planning studio it gives city dwellers interior design ideas intended to make their cramped quarters seem spacious that's exactly opposite of the retail strategy. I ki- has so carefully cultivated for decades. You know, the company with the gargantuan suburban warehouse where you can find just about anything you can eat, and you can lug virtually all of it home yourself from couches to dining room sets to entire kitchens of. Of course, you got to have a car or truck that strategy doesn't work on the subway new. I key marketing so carefully notes in the new store at the new Manhattan location. In fact, you can't take anything home yourself, not even small, vases and lamps that look like you could tuck under your arm. All you can do is look dream plan and order, I will deliver your things to you. The new store opened on tax day just in time for all those tax refunds in Manhattan's upper east side, it's the first of about thirty plant city centre locations, the company reportedly made the decision to make the store showroom by talking to city dwellers about how they actually shop. It's a necessary pivot for the decades old company. I key is profits are down as customers decide that online shopping may just be more convenient than schlepping through KIA's mammoth stores this plan should help Kia reinvigorated self by appealing to millennials consumers. Herb. Urbanites are naturally less likely than their suburban counterparts to own cars. But car ownership is down across the board for millennials no matter where they live. And so I ki- is delivery. Only stores are clearly designed to attract an entirely new set of customers. One caveat. However delivery is expected to cost at least thirty nine dollars and possibly fifty nine dollars or higher with customers of online furniture sites. Like Wayfair accustomed to free shipping Kia could be in for a shock. If customers balk one thing that will remain the same as I keep pivots to the city shoppers will still have to assemble all that furniture themselves. Armed only with Allen wrenches and presumably some good beer. From one this business wars daily this week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Emma Cortlandt is our editor producer, our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next week. This episode of business worse. Daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa zero IPO gets into the blood, sweat and tears of business growth. What it took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today, and what they learned in the process. The first episode is a candid conversation with venture capitalist Marc injuries in. He's incredibly articulate and to the point with his advice to entrepreneurs right now about halfway through episode two which is all about what to do when you get your big idea. I can't get enough of zeroed IPO find it wherever you get your podcast.

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Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

Business Wars Daily

05:15 min | 3 years ago

Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily happy Friday, everyone, we all know that one friend who can hardly eat anything without a dose of hot sauce on top. Heck, it might even be you. And if you're addicted to the spicy red stuff, the likelihood is it's Saracho from who he fogged foods, you know, the red bottle with a green cap that shows up on grocery shelves and diner tables everywhere. CEO David TRAN began making hot sauces in Vietnam in nineteen seventy five relatives delivered. The products to local buyers by bicycle for years later, TRAN fled Vietnam, Taiwanese freighter called who he found eventually making it to the US naming the company after the freighter TRAN began selling his sauce out of buckets to Los Angeles restaurants today, who he fogs Saracho has a rabid cult following. And it holds about ten percent of America's one point six. Six billion dollar hot sauce market. So says Anna Amir the hot sauce analyst for research company. Ibis squirrelled who knew you could grow up and become a hot sauce analyst. Well, you knew it was coming things are heating up in the hot sauce business. We fog and its longtime pepper supplier Underwood ranches have sued each other for millions Underwood which was we found so pepper supplier. For almost thirty years is said to be launching its own Saracho Saracho by the ways at type of sauce like the word catch. It's not a brand name who fond claims that Underwood's suddenly stopped supplying the peppers it relied on its lawsuit. Claims Underwood owes we fog more than a million dollars in overpayments, and that it is unlawfully keeping seven million dollars in Queant in a counter suit Underwood claims, we breach some contracts causing Underwood financial distress and been assessing delay off more than forty workers. The producer was left with acres of excess specially grown. Peppers couldn't sell elsewhere. What else to do but launched some competitive heat now who fog at least as flaming Underwood on Twitter. And in the press and customers are responding Saracho is so popular that fans are pledging loyalty on Twitter that might not come as a surprise for a brand that's inspired everything from cookbooks to Saracho flavored ice cream to Halloween costumes, but the brand has also drawn fire before in twenty thirteen the city of Irwindale, California where it's factory sits shut the company down temporarily. Some local residents had complained that fumes from grinding millions of pounds of ripe red jalapenos into a chili garlic paste recording respiratory problems. But that suit was dismissed how hot this case will get will become evident in court at the end of the month. In the meantime, aficionados just wanna make sure that their precious condiments supply won't be threatened. Hot sauce analysts consider Saracho, a discretionary. Product fans disagree. They seem to say just try to rinse it out of my hot little hands. From wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next me. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to nets wheat dot com slash BW w daily again, get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash b w daily.

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Going Bananas: Chiquita Launches New Snapchat Filters

Business Wars Daily

04:09 min | 3 years ago

Going Bananas: Chiquita Launches New Snapchat Filters

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. It's friday. And that means it's time for dancing bananas. We like to think receives about business here, but we couldn't help but chuckle over the campaign Chiquita is rolling out to celebrate world banana day, which is next Wednesday April seventeenth the one hundred fifty year old banana producers been moving swiftly into the twenty first century embracing both Snapchat and augmented reality in its efforts to get teens and young adults to eat more of America's most popular fruit through the end of may the blue sticker on Chiquita's bananas. We'll be adorned with one of three Snapchat snap codes for you, Snapchat, novices out there that means if you have Snapchat on your phone, you can scan the sticker in one of three augmented reality scenarios will play out, according to the company one Lynn's will turn you into a dancing banana character on Snapchat. Another transforms your. Face into Chiquita banana and third game. Fide? Snapchat, lens invites you to catch falling bananas to score points. Sure. It's silly. But the campaign which will appear on two hundred million bananas underscores a couple of trends one is that marketings becoming more and more interactive. But more accompany can get you to engage with something. Instead of just looking at it, the more interest in loyalty, you might feel at least that's the idea and snap Chatters share their activities widely meaning campaigns like this have the potential to create huge ripple effects on social media tiny banana, stickers that turns out our huge business that you keep us nap chat campaign rivals Dole's current heroic effort dole began piggybacking off the captain marvel movie release in March stickers on millions of it's bananas depict comic book and real life heroes, including women farmers anti-hunger activists and more through the end of may like Chiquita the does. Promotion, which includes recipes inspired by comic book. Superheroes. Intended to get shoppers to spread the word through social media peo- back these playful promotional campaigns. And there's a lot of steak. Both companies are vying for the growing organic market, and though the sweet fruit is easy to sell. Neither rival wants to let their produce lose the spot of top banana. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. See next week. Business wars daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur is hard, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to IPO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful. Entrepreneurs to get where they are today. People like VC's, Mark, Andrew Jackson, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.

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OK Cupid Uses Game of Thrones to Match Love Interests

Business Wars Daily

04:23 min | 3 years ago

OK Cupid Uses Game of Thrones to Match Love Interests

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes. They make it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or male. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this TGI Friday, April fit, you know, what it's like you go on a first date and find that the only things you have in common or your neighborhood and a fondness for hiking. When she added those the conversation Peters out painfully over French fries. Figuring out what makes people attracted to one. Another is the unanswered question of the dating world apps attack it in wildly different ways, some profound some well. Let's just say not so much. Okay. Cupid for example, asks a million questions these questions are often blush worthy. But entertaining, they're asked in an effort to narrow down your interests to Manusha. Now, they're asking yet. One more question about one of the most popular fantasy TV series of all time HBO's game of thrones. For the next couple of months. Okay. Cupid is banking on the idea. That our TV preferences may tell us something about our real life desires recently. Okay. Sees data. Scientists noted that more than two million users mentioned game of thrones on their dating profiles. So okay. See has made a special game of thrones badge that fans can add to their profiles. Now, there's a conversation starter for that. I ate like reading your horoscope users can also discern supposed correlations between favorite game of thrones characters and the type of lover they hope to attract now all this may sound silly. But scientists have long puzzled over the dilemma of chemistry without drawing final conclusions about what brings us together. But whether the game of thrones campaign will result in marriage in babies may in fact, be irrelevant as a marketing tactic anything that generates publicity for dating site is serious business, the online dating industries highly competitive, okay? See owner match group has been buying up competitive. Sites for years building, a real life dynasty one target that has so far spurned matches advances is woman Centric site bumble which claims to have about forty five million users CEO Whitney Wolfe heard has said she's considering an IPO not only has she turned match down so far, but the two companies are fighting legal battles over intellectual property rights. We'll okay. So you track new users with its game of thrones appeal giving match group that much more power in ability to defend its realm or is the campaign timed with a hugely hyped TV shows final season, simply an attention getter. For investors observers more interested in money than matchmaking. That's the cliffhanger to watch. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine, Appleton grant, Emma court lend is our editor producer, our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. Rosie next week. This episode of business was daily is brought to you by sin pro online from Pitney Bowes Centro online makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or male, plus you can print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with sent pro software. You can compare rates between shipping carriers and gain access to special USPS savings. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale, but only by visiting PB dot com slash BWI daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Legal Wars

Legal Wars

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Legal Wars

"Our next episode. Lenny will meet his accusers and hear his dirty words debated in a trial that one reporter will proclaim the birth of the courtroom of the absurd. I hope you enjoyed this episode subscribe to legal wars now on apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcast. Ditch your NPR one wondering dot com, a wherever you listen to this show, if you like this show, one of the best ways, you can show your appreciation to give us a five star rating and leave a review, I always love to know, your thoughts and detail reviews are one of the best ways for others to find the show. Tell your friends and family and show them how to subscribe, I'm your host hill. Harper are writers Hannibal Diaz. Our editor is Casey minor with additional editing from Emma Cortlandt, Patrick tyrel is our legal researcher. This episode was produced by Stephanie jen's and George lavender sound designed. By spoke media are executive producers are Marshall Louis and Kernan Lopez wondering. Here on legal wars. We take you through the surprising moments behind some of the most well known court cases in modern history. But what about some of the defining cases of the past on a new four part series from wondrous American innovations and the Smithsonian you'll dig through museum archives to put yourself in the shoes of women whose inventions changed the world and challenged the legal system. You'll travel back to the eighteen hundreds to meet Margaret night and follow her as she fights for the patents on a revolutionary inventions. It was a case that tested our system of intellectual property rights. And it's outcome can still be felt today to hear more. Subscribe to American innovations on apple podcasts Pandora or ever. You. Get your podcasts.

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Corngate Update: MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Lies

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04:59 min | 3 years ago

Corngate Update: MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Lies

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this March twenty ninth and it's Friday perhaps time for a beer after work. But before you reach for that icy golden ale, you might have had 'cause recently to wonder what's in this stuff. Exactly. And if you have perhaps it's for reason Anheuser Busch, which makes bud and Bud Light wants you to be wondering ever since the Super Bowl. The company's been calling a lot of attention to one ingredient. It claims is in the beer of its rival Miller Coors during the Super Bowl Anheuser Bud Light brand ran three ads claiming Miller lite and cores light. Beers contain corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup. Here's a clip from bud lights, add special delivery. King. This corn syrup was just livered. Let's not ours. We don't prove like with corn syrup corn syrup. Does take it to them at once. Horn syrup. That's the ingredient we've all been avoiding and everything but beer for the last several years. It's inclusion on a list of ingredients practically spells bad for you processed foods on Twitter. It's been likened to poison and it certainly not known as a beer ingredient. And it is not Miller Coors says vehemently last week. It sued Anheuser Busch for what it says it's false and misleading advertising. The suit asks for monetary damages and for Anheuser Busch to stop the campaign and produce what it calls corrective advertising while it admits to using corn syrup to aid the fermentation process. Miller Coors denies that. The ingredient is actually in the stuff you drink and it wants an Heiser Bush to stop running ads that Miller Coors argues are outright lies for its part and Heiser Bush says is just calling for ingredient transparency responding to the lawsuit. Bud Light maker said its campaign is truthful and that middle cores has admitted to using corn syrup officials from the company told at age magazine that they stand behind the campaign and have no intention of changing it the whole brew ha ha has been nicknamed corn gate, the companies continue to unleash a volley of ads attacking each other volley that's become faster and faster as each response to the other. Whatever happens in court, though, may miss the point see both brands have been falling lately with Bud Light sales declining to three times as much as Miller Coors. According to a trade publication called beer marketer's insights, maybe the two historic rivals should save their breath and stop battling so hard with each other. Instead, perhaps they should throw their resources at their bigger competitors. The entire world of frapp, Bruce. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton. Grant McQuillan is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown CNN tweak. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash be w daily again get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash VW daily.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Happy Friday, everyone a few months ago PayLess the discount shoe store chain produced an elaborate stunt that went viral. It created a fake boutique called Polisi, and it used it to convince social media influencers and purportedly shoe shoppers everywhere that a thirty dollar discount shoe is tractive and well-made as designer footwear sold for hundreds of dollars. Well, policy made headlines and a lot of laughs. But it apparently didn't convince the shoppers who matter PayLess filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection on Monday. By may, it will close twenty one hundred locations in the US and Puerto Rico about sixteen thousand workers will lose their jobs. Payless owes one point three million dollars in severance to workers laid off before this new filing. And according to CNN has said, it doesn't know whether it'll be able to come up with the money that obviously put severance for the sixteen thousand workers in jeopardy. This is the company's second trip to bankruptcy court. It file chapter eleven protection in April of twenty seventeen emerging in the summer with fewer stories and its debt cut in have PayLess, which is sixty three years old is one of the largest footwear change in the western hemisphere. According to Bloomberg that very history like those of Sears and KMart for instance, maybe one factor that's made it so difficult for PayLess to succeed. It's hard to shake along legacy in the midst of rapid change and rapid changes. Exactly, what has been wrestling with in the form of exploding online competition, and the decline of American malls and the resulting shrinking foot traffic despite those transit doubled down on a brick and mortar strategy after springing back from bankruptcy. The first time that's an uphill battle against WalMart and other giant variety store competitors like target, and Kohl's, but PayLess is trouble seems to stem at least as much from its ownership as from consumer patterns PayLess was purchased in a leveraged buyout by private. Quickey firms in two thousand twelve which saddled it with considerable debt despite its restructuring following its first chapter eleven filing its heavy debt threatens its survival two years ago PayLess was hailed as one of the few brick and mortar chains to have a hopeful if shallan djing post-bankruptcy future that it's filed again shows just how grueling the retail landscape has become and that stunt like policy. No matter how many eyeballs it claimed isn't enough to battle enormous forces of change. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next week. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a Centro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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Airlines Improve In-Flight Entertainment

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04:57 min | 3 years ago

Airlines Improve In-Flight Entertainment

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Friday, February fifteenth for some disconnecting is one of the joys of plane travel for others. Switching to airplane mode can be more uncomfortable than the seats on spirit airlines for folks in the second group customer satisfaction stems from how well and airline can distract them. From the fact that they're strapped into their seat without cell service. That means the quality of snacks, booze blankets, and especially entertainment is a big deal. And when it comes to entertain board. Passengers airlines haven't been performing, particularly well, at least that's what a twenty eighteen JD power survey showed customers were surprisingly happy with everything from smooth check in processes to what they saw as reasonable ticket prices, but flyers gave low marks for sketchy on board wifi and inconsistent or non-existent in flight entertainment one issue in. Recent years. Some airlines on certain aircraft began dumping seat back entertainment systems screens, add weight to airplanes, which increases their fuel costs customers on those planes are relegated to downloading airlines entertainment up and viewing shows on their phones. Or maybe an ipad doesn't sound like much of a problem unless you're say flying across country are going abroad. Then it matters a lot. Now airlines are locked in a battle to keep you amused. And keep you coming back. The fiercest rivalries between American Airlines and United American just signed a first of its kind deal with apple music to offer customers free in-flight access to Apple's catalog of more than fifty million songs existing apple music. Subscribers can connect for free to inflight wifi which normally costs ten dollars not a subscriber sign up while you're in the air and you'll also get the wifi for nothing. Plus. Three months of apple music alongside its apple music deal. American also provides free in-flight TV on four hundred of its planes. But so does United now the Chicago based airline just announced free TV on more than two hundred of its Boeing seven thirty seven aircraft. Flyers can choose from more than one hundred channels what we want to watch or listen to in the air is no different than what we desire in the ground. Of course. And we're demanding more variety and better quality from our TV shows music, film and audio storytelling than ever before. With little difference in prices and comfort between airlines. It's hardly a surprise that in-flight entertainment is their next competitive frontier. The airlines may not make any money selling in-flight entertainment to us, but by offering consistently available and free entertainment on board. Well, they may win something much. Bigger. Our loyalty. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, edited by Emma, Portland. Ginny lower Beckman are editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. See next week. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a Centro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash b w daily.

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Another Airline Limits Flights for Fido

Business Wars Daily

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Another Airline Limits Flights for Fido

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. I'm wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Happy Friday, everyone, I have some bad news. Well, it's bad news for some of you others may cheer. United Airlines has officially joined the ranks of airlines the band puppies and kittens from their cabins. That's right. Major airlines have been cracking down on canines and felines and virtually every other kind of creature over the last few years. It seemed like every flight had some kind of therapy animal on it often more than one one reason may have been that passengers were reading highly publicized horror stories, but a handful of animals dying or being dangerously neglected in cargo holds rather than take their chances on putting their pets in cargo many began finding ways to get them certified as emotional support animals, at least of the airlines into some allergic. Passengers the trend began getting out of hand last January United made headlines when it. Prevented a woman from flying with her peacock, Dexter, not only did she wind up driving across country with Dexter in her lap. The picot gained nearly seventeen thousand Instagram followers. Some of whom were outraged by United's peacock provision, but others have flown with emotional support pigs ducks turkeys, and at least one traveller tried to fly with his marmoset. Yes. A miniature monkey there have been incidents of animals attacking passengers to the department of transportation received more than twenty three hundred complaints about flying service animals between twenty twelve and twenty sixteen that peacock incident a year ago seems to have ignited a movement though, and little by little airlines have been banning all those cuddly emotional helpers like jet blue which last June said sorry, no, more, pigs, ducks and other unexpected critters now things are getting even. More restrictive in December delta, nixed, any animal under four months old presumably that house training thing can be disturbing and banned all emotional support animals on flights longer than eight hours. Well, as delta goes so goes United in January United limited emotional support animals to only cats and dogs, and none of those little ones. Thank you very much. We're not quite sure. Whether any of the airlines could use their animal rules to gain a competitive edge, we suppose you might choose one that still lets you take your lizard. Or maybe you'd prefer the airline that says hell, no, we don't want your pet unless it's furry four legged and house trained. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episode were ridden edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grant, they were edited by Emma Cortlandt, Jenny lower Beckmann is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering I'm David Brown will see next week. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with the Centro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash be w daily.

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"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"marshall louis" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Friday January eleventh. Serena Williams is analyzing her sweat while playing tennis in the latest ad from Gatorade. The tennis star sports. A patch that passes sweat through food coloring giving an instant easy to read picture of hydration or lack thereof when colors on the patch change. They signal levels of dehydration sort of like a mood ring for electrolyte loss. Williams told fast company, she was excited by the promise of the new wearable technology to extend athletes careers, the patch invented at Northwestern University and developed with Gatorade sports Science Institute has been tested by professional, athletes and college swim teams. It's also being used to test babies for cystic fibrosis. The patch is the latest volume Gatorade attempt to rebrand itself. From a sports drink to a spa. Ports fuel from something. You might want to something you have to have Gatorade holds about three quarters of the eight billion dollars sports drank market. So why go to the trouble inexpensive developing sophisticated wearable technology. Well, Gatorade needs some fuel of its own. The brand sales have been slowing lately as consumers turn away from sugary drinks in favor of more natural beverages. That trend has also hurt. Gatorade rival Coca-Cola which owns PowerAde last year. Trying to solve that problem. Coke took a stake in body armor, the up and coming sports drinks startup is backed by basketball star Kobe Bryant body armor uses coconut water, which the company argues is not only more natural than its chemical heavy competitors. But also lower in calories the brands market shares tiny, but it's been growing faster than either Gatorade or power aid for Coca-Cola investing in body. Armor represented a move into the future for Gatorade. It's packed system is also seizing on the opportunity to evolve Gatorade says a retail version of Serena's sweat patch costing three to five dollars will be on the market soon. And that may signal even more about Gatorade future as a brand marketing health technology that just happens to come with sweet drinks, the think about that. The next time. You're practicing your serve. From one to read this business wars daily pay fascinated by the long running battle between coke and Pepsi. Check out the whole story in our six part series on business wars, this week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Ginny lower is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis reated by or non repes- for one. I'm David Brown. We'll see next. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Now, there's a better way to ship central online by Pitney Bowes with simple online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in an all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments as well. Plus when the US postal rates increase on January twenty seventh you'll still be able to access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send just by using central online. Simple online is only fourteen dollars ninety nine a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PBA dot com slash b w daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help. You weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. WD early and big thanks to Pitney Bowes in central online for sponsoring this show.

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Serena Williams Sports Gatorade Dehydration Patch

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04:51 min | 3 years ago

Serena Williams Sports Gatorade Dehydration Patch

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Friday January eleventh. Serena Williams is analyzing her sweat while playing tennis in the latest ad from Gatorade. The tennis star sports. A patch that passes sweat through food coloring giving an instant easy to read picture of hydration or lack thereof when colors on the patch change. They signal levels of dehydration sort of like a mood ring for electrolyte loss. Williams told fast company, she was excited by the promise of the new wearable technology to extend athletes careers, the patch invented at Northwestern University and developed with Gatorade sports Science Institute has been tested by professional, athletes and college swim teams. It's also being used to test babies for cystic fibrosis. The patch is the latest volume Gatorade attempt to rebrand itself. From a sports drink to a spa. Ports fuel from something. You might want to something you have to have Gatorade holds about three quarters of the eight billion dollars sports drank market. So why go to the trouble inexpensive developing sophisticated wearable technology. Well, Gatorade needs some fuel of its own. The brand sales have been slowing lately as consumers turn away from sugary drinks in favor of more natural beverages. That trend has also hurt. Gatorade rival Coca-Cola which owns PowerAde last year. Trying to solve that problem. Coke took a stake in body armor, the up and coming sports drinks startup is backed by basketball star Kobe Bryant body armor uses coconut water, which the company argues is not only more natural than its chemical heavy competitors. But also lower in calories the brands market shares tiny, but it's been growing faster than either Gatorade or power aid for Coca-Cola investing in body. Armor represented a move into the future for Gatorade. It's packed system is also seizing on the opportunity to evolve Gatorade says a retail version of Serena's sweat patch costing three to five dollars will be on the market soon. And that may signal even more about Gatorade future as a brand marketing health technology that just happens to come with sweet drinks, the think about that. The next time. You're practicing your serve. From one to read this business wars daily pay fascinated by the long running battle between coke and Pepsi. Check out the whole story in our six part series on business wars, this week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Ginny lower is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis reated by or non repes- for one. I'm David Brown. We'll see next. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Now, there's a better way to ship central online by Pitney Bowes with simple online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in an all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments as well. Plus when the US postal rates increase on January twenty seventh you'll still be able to access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send just by using central online. Simple online is only fourteen dollars ninety nine a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PBA dot com slash b w daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help. You weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. WD early and big thanks to Pitney Bowes in central online for sponsoring this show.

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Theres a Giraffe in Aisle 8: Toys Come to Supermarkets

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

Theres a Giraffe in Aisle 8: Toys Come to Supermarkets

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this black Friday, November twenty third kicking off your holiday shopping today and wondering where to buy the kids toys now that toys R us is no more, no fear. There are still hundreds of places to find Legos Barbies and action figures independent toy stores are expecting their best year in well years and Amazon target and WalMart are growing their toys section swooping in for a piece of the billion dollar gap left behind by the toys R us, bankruptcy. But so is one other company you might not expect Kroger the nation's largest owner of traditional supermarkets six hundred Kroger operated stores like Fred Meyer and king supers are now home to pop up stores, featuring toys arrests his longtime mascot, Geoffrey the giraffe remember him Jeffries. Toy boxes will offer. About thirty five toys from brands like imaginarium animals own journey girls ranging from twenty to fifty bucks a piece while the ability to buy dolls or games while you shop for tonight's dinner might not seem radical to you. It's a dramatic move for supermarkets and a hail Mary comeback plan for toys R us until now most grocery toys have been small impulse purchases designed to pacify whining little ones. A toy industry study showed four in ten parents admitted to buying toys when their kids start to nag toy marketers love weiner's in grocery stores are full of them for you. The pop up stores might be a blessing that convenience that keeps you from suffering through one more errand in holiday traffic, or they could be a curse one that makes you wait to shop until you can leave the kiddos at home. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine, Appleton grand. Ginny lower is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering I'm David Brown CNN last week. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal when Zeke was a kid spending summers on his grandfather's farm. He knew he wanted to be part of bringing wholesome food to people. He started his artisanal Honey company be raw by creating a network of dozens of beekeepers across the country when he got his Honey into high in national stores, he thought he'd made it, but when he saw his margins decreasing due to distributor fees and seasonal production. Made it difficult to meet retail demands Lee decided to take his products primarily online from the get-go. He featured pay pal prominently on his site because he knew it gave his customers confidence that he was a legitimate business with quality products over the past five years. Pay pal has helped them convert more clicks into sales and expand his business. He's grown every year and added new items like t candles and beauty products. So when you're ready to grow your online biz. Pay pal can help you turn shoppers into buyers. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a business account. You can sign up for free today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth.

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Ill Drink to That: The New $25,000 Scotch

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04:25 min | 3 years ago

Ill Drink to That: The New $25,000 Scotch

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this. November sixteenth. It's been an intense month already, and we're only halfway through if you're breathing a sigh of relief that it's Friday. You might be thinking tonight's a good time to raise a glass and toast the end of the week. Now, if you're a whiskey drinker, you have a lot of choose from and more coming every day. Expensive, single malt scotch is of long been considered the top of the line blended scotches are the poor cousin to the fancy single malls. Well, these days in the complex whiskey world snob. Appeal carries more and more weight, according to the Daily Beast US sales of scotch whisky of shot up sixty five percent over the last fifteen years alone. Single malts have led the growth, but you might imagine that a rising tide floats all whiskey you'd be wrong blend. Sales have actually been faltering blended whisky companies one in on the rapidly growing. Luxury scotch market, and they're trying to catch up the world's leader in single malts. Scotland's mcallen founded in eighteen twenty four that companies doing so well that it recently built a one hundred eighty million dollar distillery and architectural wonder designed to mimic the hills around it several of its bottles have sold for a million dollars or more blame the catchup game. Johnny walker. The biggest blended whisky company it released its oldest whiskey to date in October painting the fifty year old blend as one that true connoisseurs would be lucky to get just listen to the way the company's master blender Jim beverage describes it each drop of this whiskey has been Hansel elected from some of the most valuable and precious casks of Malton grain whiskies to be found in our reserves. He says at twenty five thousand dollars a bottle. It's hardly for everyone handy because Johnny Walker produced only one hundred bottles in by the way, individually. Numbered. Handcrafted black crystal decanters, perhaps you lust after a taste of Johnny Walker fifty year old whiskey, but you don't happen to have twenty five thousand dollars to spare tonight. Well, the company will be happy to serve you say a drink of Johnnie Walker black label the bottle ranges from ten bucks to two hundred fifty dollars. Now that could seem like quite a deal. From wondering this is business. Moore's daily this week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Ginny lower is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall. Louis rated by or non Lopez were wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see you next week. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Wants an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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Eating Away at OpenTables Monopoly

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04:01 min | 3 years ago

Eating Away at OpenTables Monopoly

"With pay pal. You can rely on a trusted payments partner that processes over ten million payments per day when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to sign up for a business account for free today. From wondering I've David Brown this business wars daily on this Friday, November second who knew the restaurant reservation. Business was so throat. Open table has been the default restaurant. Reservations at for two decades by last year, the company owned by Priceline was seating more than twenty three million diners a month worldwide. But suddenly last year to upstarts started making inroads into open tables territory reserve and ready both are geared toward trendy restaurants. In major cities, they'll help you get a table at restaurants foodies love a recent analysis by the online publication Recode showed that although it is still much smaller than open table resume is gaining on its more established competitor among newer, hip or restaurants, but first quick primer on how reservation apps work the restaurants themselves bear, the brunt of the costs open table charges. Two hundred four. Eighty nine dollars a month and up and then tax on a dollar per diner, charged for everyone in your party reserve in resume on the other hand offer flat monthly fees, and they usually don't add up per diner charge helping them to steal restaurants away from open table the idea. If you're a foodie, you'll use whichever app you need to get the reservations you want. But for open table, losing a popular restaurant is a blow to its bottom line, which may be why when open table lost several Chicago restaurants to reserve earlier this year, a rogue employees tried to sabotage reserve by making fake reservations through that system. Hundreds of subsequent restaurant no-shows made reserve look terrible. When the scheme was uncovered it was a scandal for open table, which fired the employee and reimbursed the restaurants for lost profits, which just goes to show, you that they're restaurant business may seem classy and elegant but things can get ugly pretty quickly behind the scenes. Brum wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes are written edited and produced by lane Appleton grand. Ginny lowers our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall. Louis rated by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. CNN? Week. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help give customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

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01:05 min | 3 years ago

The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

"Movie night for many sure. A lot of us now stay home and watch net or another streaming service. But if you're a true movie buff, well, the idea of an all you can watch subscription to see films in a real theater popcorn and all. Well, that seems pretty terrific, and that's what movie pass started offering in twenty eleven for about fifty bucks a month. Last October data analytics company Helius and Matheson bought a majority stake in movie pass and slash the price to less than ten dollars a month. Viewers couldn't get over such a deal and signed up like crazy soon. Movie pass had more than three million subscribers. Helius and Matheson stock shot up from under three dollars a share to more than thirty that was then today. That same stock is worth, oh, about a dime need. I say that there's a bankruptcy watch on for Helius and Matheson. The trouble movie pass bys each ticket for full price. Meaning the more people actually go to the movies, the more money movie pass loses. Things got even harder for the subscription service when rival AMC theaters got into the game to recently AMC began luring viewers into it's the with a three movie a week pass for a monthly fee of twenty bucks. AMC can easily beat movie, pass at his own game. It doesn't pay full price for its own tickets. That means it can turn a profit on each and every ticket even at a discount. The question now is whether the AM c. model is sustainable over time and whether the chance to see three movies week is the new happy ending for films and for Hollywood.

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The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

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03:49 min | 3 years ago

The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

"Movie night for many sure. A lot of us now stay home and watch net or another streaming service. But if you're a true movie buff, well, the idea of an all you can watch subscription to see films in a real theater popcorn and all. Well, that seems pretty terrific, and that's what movie pass started offering in twenty eleven for about fifty bucks a month. Last October data analytics company Helius and Matheson bought a majority stake in movie pass and slash the price to less than ten dollars a month. Viewers couldn't get over such a deal and signed up like crazy soon. Movie pass had more than three million subscribers. Helius and Matheson stock shot up from under three dollars a share to more than thirty that was then today. That same stock is worth, oh, about a dime need. I say that there's a bankruptcy watch on for Helius and Matheson. The trouble movie pass bys each ticket for full price. Meaning the more people actually go to the movies, the more money movie pass loses. Things got even harder for the subscription service when rival AMC theaters got into the game to recently AMC began luring viewers into it's the with a three movie a week pass for a monthly fee of twenty bucks. AMC can easily beat movie, pass at his own game. It doesn't pay full price for its own tickets. That means it can turn a profit on each and every ticket even at a discount. The question now is whether the AM c. model is sustainable over time and whether the chance to see three movies week is the new happy ending for films and for Hollywood.

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How the story of Paypal began - and might have ended - at Chernobyl

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

How the story of Paypal began - and might have ended - at Chernobyl

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