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Monitor Show 16:00 08-31-2023 16:00
"Here to date we do have the S &P 500 index up 17 % as we wrap up the trading month of August. To put that in context, NASDAQ up 34 .2 % and the NASDAQ 100 index higher by 41 .2 % year to date. The Dow by comparison up now by just about 4 .8 % in the year to date column. S &P 500 index at the bell closing lower down 0 .4 % tenure yield 4 .09 % we've got the 2 -year yielding 4 .86 % on the 2 -year and spot gold lower today by 0 .1 % in 1940. West Texas Intermedia crude up 2 .4 % 83 .56 % so again recapping a move lower as we wrap up the trading month of August. Next it is on to September we'll see in September with the S &P today down 7 points a drop there of 0 .2 % I'm Charlie Pellet and that is a Bloomberg Business Flash. All right Charlie thank you so much Charlie Pellet there back at Bloomberg headquarters in midtown Manhattan. I'm Carol Masler along with my co -host Tim Stanavick we're live at the US Open in Flushing Meadows New York on YouTube and Bloomberg Originals. Hey coming up in this hour we're going to talk a little bit about artificial intelligence you've heard of it right? You've heard of it yeah. The question is, is it about to replace my job? Listen we're going to talk to Noah Seiken over at IBM he's VP of sports and entertainment partnerships at IBM and yeah they're using AI to do commentary on some of the matches right working on it? Can they do the can they do the John McEnroe stuff though that's what I'm wondering. Nobody could be or maybe they could be I don't remember that deep thought remember the deep fake story? Yeah that's true. All right also coming up Bloomberg's Janet Lauren she's always at the US Open always keeping us up to date too and all things to have to do with the world and big money of higher education finance.
Fresh update on "midtown manhattan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Can download it wherever you get your podcast. Nike shares are jumping after a surprise quarterly report indicated the demand for the sportswear giant's goods remain strong and growing despite challenging consumer environment. Nike shares up now by about six percent. Recapping stocks are mixed. The Dow lower S &P up by eight a gain of two tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pella. That is a Bloomberg Business Flash. Pella. Charlie Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Matt Miller, Paul Sweeney here with you live in our Bloomberg Studio Midtown Manhattan. We're still here. Seems like the rain let up just a little bit so maybe we got a little bit of a break here. Well the thing is Governor Hochul said it could come back in the afternoon. Well I'm looking at my map. It could but it looks like I don't know what to say. She's no meteorologist. No I got my map on my phone just like everybody else I can do it. We're also on YouTube so head over to YouTube .com if you like do the video thing there and search. It's flannel Friday. It's
Monitor Show 13:00 08-17-2023 13:00
"Windows are in the wrong place, but you got to do something because again there's so much of you know Commercial real estate in the city particularly midtown which is vacant And I don't know if it sells at any point if it clears if it doesn't then you got to do something With it, so we'll have to see but that's a kind of a big issue here for a lot of big cities including Manhattan particularly here in Midtown Manhattan sound on with Joe Matthew Washington DC that starts right now Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg radio Now from our nation's capital this is Bloomberg sound on Former President Trump has a protected constitutional right to make statements even if the statements are knowingly false Israel is a democracy a third of the country has been protesting these judicial reforms Bloomberg sound on politics policy and perspective from DC's top names lots of a desirable Investment targets because of their own economic issues I would hope that for the Senate in the house and get a plan in place and avoid any kind of a government shutdown Bloomberg sound on with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg radio And welcome to Bloomberg sound on I'm Amy Morris in for Joe Matthew alongside Bloomberg senior editor Wendy Benjamin said and this hour we're going to be talking with Pangea policy founder Terry Haynes About what it'll take for President Biden to gain any political traction with this economy and Wendy This is something you've been covering for weeks now Absolutely and have glad you're having me on the show Amy.
Fresh update on "midtown manhattan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Matt Miller Paul Sweeney live here in our Bloomberg Studio in Midtown Manhattan we're also streaming live on YouTube so go over to youtube .com and search Bloomberg Radio. All right let's talk about this strike here the United Auto Workers plans to expand its strike against General Motors and Ford to more assembly plans but the union will spare Jeep SUV maker Stellantis from after a last -minute breakthrough let's get the latest on what's happening out there because it's a fluid situation to say the least we do that today with David Welch Bloomberg Detroit bureau chief David again it's a so it seems like on this strike that's when the union comes out with some more moves here what do we know you know this was a big day because we expected
NYC converts hotels to shelters as pressure mounts to accommodate asylum seekers
"New York City will open a migrant center at a midtown Manhattan hotel as pressure mounts to accommodate asylum seekers. The Roosevelt hotel on east 45th street closed three years ago will eventually provide as many as a thousand rooms for migrants, according to mayor Eric Adams, the asylum seekers are expected to arrive in the coming weeks because of the expiration of title 42 that allowed federal officials to turn them away. The mayor says the city is running out of room and has come up with other plans that send migrants to hotels in other counties, but still take care of their food and basic needs. He says the city has now cared for more than 65,000 asylum seekers already opening up over a 140 emergency shelters. Many of his plans have been met with criticism and opposition, Julie Walker, New York
Fresh update on "midtown manhattan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Of one percent. We've got the tenure Yielding four point five six percent with a two year five point oh four percent gold now down $11 a ounce to 1853 that is a drop there of just about six tenths of one percent while West West Texas Intermediate crude is down seven tenths of one percent 9109 right now for a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crude. Bottom line here stocks are trading mix so a soggy feel to the market here Among some of the other stories that were following as we heard from Michael Barr the UAW union plans to expand its strike against General Motors and Ford to more assembly plants but the union will spare Jeep SUV and Ram trick -up truck maker Stellantis from additional walkouts shares of General Motors they're up little changed up by about one tenth of one percent Ford also higher by two tenths of one percent Stellantis so in the red down by about two tenths of one percent again recapping here stocks are trading mixed S &P 500 index up by nine points again there of three tenths of one percent I'm Charlie Pallet that is a Bloomberg Business Flash Charlie Pallet thank you so much we appreciate that Matt Miller Paul Sweeney live here in our Bloomberg studio in Midtown Manhattan also streaming live on YouTube right now let's go to our next guest get a little sense of what's happening out there in the markets we do have mixed markets we've from today Francisco Bido joins us he's a senior vice president senior portfolio manager integrated alpha Francisco a group thanks much for joining us here I mean a lot of movement in the markets today it's been a tough tough September for these equity markets and really the gains we've seen year -to -date are in those big magnificent stocks how are you thinking about this market and is it worth chasing some of those tech names well it's
Protests, Preparations Begin in NYC Over Potential Trump Indictment
"Trump on truth social Friday. Of course, then that led to all kinds of really epic reactions from people like, I mean, look at the people supporting him, who have his back. Starting with House speaker Kevin McCarthy, McCarthy came out swinging. He wants to investigate whether federal funds are being used in any way, shape or form over this political prosecution. Jonathan turley, Elon Musk, Mike Pence. Of course, Vivek ramaswami not Trump's political rivals, Ron DeSantis, strangely quiet on this. Nikki Haley, not saying much about it at all. I still, I'm not, I'm not there yet. Psychologically, I just can't believe they would be this dumb. Yesterday, you see in New York City, they already had such a huge protest in support of president Trump. They blocked and shut down Fifth Avenue. Outside Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan. Of course, Trump is calling on people to protest. That could be, listen, they could be baiting us into hoping for more violence and that's a problem. I just don't know if I believe it.
Fresh update on "midtown manhattan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Up a tenth of a percent. The NASDAQ 100 up 135 points. That's a rise of nine tenths of a percent. Two -year yield down two basis points. 5 0 .03%. The 10 -year 4 basis points lower. That is at 453. And And we check the markets for you all day long right here on Bloomberg Radio. I'm John Tucker. That is your Bloomberg News Service. We'll be right here in our Bloomberg studio in Midtown Manhattan. We're streaming live on YouTube. So head over to youtube .com and search Bloomberg back. Again, I'm looking at the two -year here. I can just jump into a two -year Treasury 5 percent. I think on a rainy day like today that's just fine. Dude, you're all in on the two -year. I'm all in on the two -year. I keep telling you there's reinvestment there. risk I'll deal with that when it happens. And I feel like you get the same from a money market, you know, that that rolls over for you. I am your daughter's Marcus account. I'm in that one with her. You're in that. Yeah, matched I her so we doubled up on it. My wife gets in it and then she recommends all her friends and every time she recommends somebody she gets a bump on her rate. Nice. That's a nice incentive there. I guess that's how my daughter did it. Anyway, Ben Emmons joins us because he's a professional. He's had a fixed income with New Edge Wealth. Ben, do I buy the two year here or do you got something better for me? So I would agree with you, Paul, that if you take the two yields and you were to subtract any of the core measures that we saw today, it's actually positive real return. That's right. We're getting real yield these days, right? Right. So that for that reason, I say, yes, you should, because you don't have the duration risk. You may that have reinvestment risk, but you certainly get compensated for inflation. So that's good. Okay. Anyway, out the yield curve, I still remain relatively skeptical. I think a 10 year or 30 year bond, just not enough compensation there yet. We may get there if we hit that 5 % level, which I think we're going, but I think your best bet is on the front. We see almost that on the 20 year, don't we? I mean, I feel like, do see you yields going much higher out the curve? So that depends on a few things, Matt, that it depends one on obviously the message of the Fed coming out of all this data we're getting now. What's higher longer? for Is it still higher and then longer or are we at the high? I think there's a mixed message on this from the Fed currently or as in there is, because Powell says on one hand in a press conference, he'll say, not we're going to cut rate for years. There's an X on the end of that year. So that means multiple, not just one year. We're not to going cut rates for years. Then I look at the dot plot and I see two rate cuts scheduled for next year, not scheduled. I realize they're just prognosis, but the Majority of the Federal Reserve expects to cut twice next year. Were they not listening to Powell or are they not on the same page as Powell? So actually that forecast changed the last meeting there because were people predicting a hundred base points cut. So they took some of that back, which I think, by the way, explains a lot of the yield movement we have seen of last period. It's just the Fed has acknowledged this is a stronger economy. It depends on that too, but the economy showed its resilience including today's data. It's softening, it's cooling, but it's not collapsing in any sort of way. Lastly, we do have a, I think, a supply demand and in balance, so to speak, in the Treasury market, as in we've got tons of supply and we've seen this change in demand. Maybe you call it, like, Irish Jersey, some interesting specific analysis on that. I would echo more that, you know, the supply is large and it looks like that they want to continue to issue more long -term bonds. So I think all those factors drive you to that 5 % barrier. Now, how high from there, who knows, but I think 5 % is of the psychological number. You know, I've just been energy, fascinated with global energy prices. WTI crude oil here, we're off about a half a percent today, still above $91 at Barrows, just a real big move off that high 60s we had just several months ago. And that's inflationary. How do you think about energy prices and how does that factor kind of into, I guess, the economy? It certainly is, Paul, because the data today in the PC basket too showed an increase of energy there, just like in CPI. So at some point people are going to take notice of it and factor that again in their expectations. So that's one issue. You know, Goolsbee in his speech made yesterday a real point about that, saying like if, you know, if we continue to have inflation on the right path, if people expect differently from inflation in the future, we may have to adjust policy, right? So there's that issue. think Then I it's about how high will oil prices go before we're getting a real impact on the economy, because the past is, I think, a good guide there. If oil prices were to surge and spike high, then it's going to slow down activity. People are going to bear back. It just seems to be always a factor for slowdown.
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Past the hour. 6 O four, Mike, did you know what this sports update? All right, let's start with the MLB. Spring training will officially kick off for both the mets and the Yankees this week. Mets pitchers and catchers actually reported to camp in Port St. Lucie today while the Yankees will report Thursday in Tampa. Edwin Diaz, you spoke to the media about the Met's Super Bowl commercial on Sunday. I like a lot. How many takes did it take you for that? Like 5 or 6 takes, yeah. Because we read a couple of lines of. Is that your acting debut? Yeah, maybe. Yeah. I think I'm doing a movie later on. That cut courtesy of S and Y mets and yanks first spring training game on February 25th, both New York teams will have the highest payrolls in the MLB. This season also both New York teams amongst the favorites to win the World Series this season. Looking at through your local action tonight, the islanders they will host the senators, Devils they are in Columbus to play the blue jackets, both of those games will start at 7 30. For 77 WABC sports, some like the dino. All right, Mike, thanks. Your forecast coming up from the Ramsey Mazda weather center actually right now tonight mostly cloudy lows in the low 40s tomorrow cloudy in the morning. Then becoming mostly sunny by afternoon, very mild tomorrow, tomorrow's temperature is getting up into the low 60s. 50° right now and mostly clear skies outside the midtown Manhattan studios. Mark the man up next on 77 WABC, WABC news time coming up on 6 O 6 on bob Brown. Remember the news never
Fresh "Midtown Manhattan" from Mark Levin
"Wet conditions. Right now the Mets and Marlins in fourth the is no score. Yankees in Toronto in the third inning. Yanks down 1 -0. Brought next the men up on 77 WWBC. Your forecast in the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center tonight. Cloudy showers lows in the upper 50s. Tomorrow rain heavy at times we could see one to three inches in the tri -state possibly some thunderstorms highs in the mid 60s. 59 degrees cloudy outside the Midtown Manhattan studios. WWBC news time coming up on 806 I'm Bob Brown remember the news never stops On radio 77 WWBC is
NYC Illegals Refuse to Leave Hotel, Demand Better Living Conditions
"Crazy stories going on in the world right now. The craziest has to be illegals in New York City refusing to leave their cushy hotel because they want better quality housing. And the city of New York is like, well, what are we going to do? They don't want to leave. They don't want to leave the hotel. These are all single men who were told they had to leave their hotel rooms at the west side hotel in hell's kitchen in midtown Manhattan. In order to make room for migrants with families, including women and children. They were going to have the men be relocated to a temporary shelter at a cruise line terminal in Brooklyn, New York. They ain't going. Doesn't meet their standards. It does. This housing is not good enough for these illegals. They want to stay in the hotel. And so they're just not leaving. And of course, New York being New York, they don't know what to do because they don't want to look like they're anti migrant. What are you going to do? You can't be mean to them. This is a little bit like the Tyree Nichols story. This awful beating death of this 29 year old FedEx driver in Memphis, all we've heard for years is that black Americans are incapable of racism. You can't be racist if you're black, whites have all the privilege. Only white people are racists.
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Manager, what do I do? I mean, it's not just New York, it's San Francisco. It's other major markets. Is there a solution? Yeah, so let me make a couple of comments first and foremost. I think we hate office with maybe too big of a too broad of a brush. New clean and green office, we think is very well positioned. And I think you can probably look outside your headquarters and see that some of the newer buildings are doing quite well. We think it's called suburban office, is well positioned particularly in the sunbelt. But where there's really much more of a challenge is class B and C office properties. Those were properties that were built in the 1970s and 1980s, and there hasn't been a lot of money put into them. So what do you have to do? What you have to find a way to reposition them, redevelop them. There's not an easy one fit all solution. We've started to see some trends of redeveloping into multi-family properties. But I think it's going to take a little bit of a combination for entrepreneurs coming in existing owners working together to find a solution. The easiest one that people are talking about is redeveloping them in a multi-family. That's not easy. Very, very, very hard. The good news is the land underneath most of these properties, particularly in New York City, San Francisco is pretty valuable. So I do think we'll find a solution, but it's really a question of, where's the net operating income growth going? How much CAPEX do you have to spend? And that's what the sector continues to be under pressure. Rich, I find it interesting also you didn't just mention offices that we've pride you with, but also the hotel sector. Why are you worried about the hotel sector? Yeah, look, I think the easy solution is that maybe travel is coming down from peak levels that we saw in 2021, 2022. Yes, business travel is coming back up. But what are the major issues that I don't think a lot of people maybe unpack enough is how much labor costs are rising. And to run a hotel is it does require a lot of labor. And so that's one of the things that keeps us maybe a little bit more on the sidelines, growth is beginning to slow, that's pressuring revenue at a time that expenses and labor costs are going off. Hey, rich, as I drive down to the Jersey Shore on the Parkway or the turnpike I see tons and tons of, you know, just kind of warehouse space. I'm guessing it's all Amazon.com and all that kind of stuff. Is that business overbuilt? Is that still a good growth story? Some aspects of industrial are still a very, very good growth story. I think if you can find infill locations that are new properties, that's very well positioned. But look, there has been a significant amount of supply that has come in the logistics space the warehouse space over the past call it 5 to ten years. And so if you own an older property in a high supply market, the growth is probably going to slow. So it is not a one size fits all market anymore. We're still very bullish on the high growth high barriers to entry into the locations. And I think investors should be aware that maybe some of the older properties and not well positioned markets with high supply. Those could be based on growth tech challenges. Rich, I'm looking at your what $84 billion firm wide assets under management. That's not just U.S. is it because we're a global network. We've got European audience with us at the moment, as well as well, maybe some Asian viewers staying up pretty late. Talk to us about where you're thinking globally is attractive in REITs. Yeah. Yeah. Well, look, I would say we think the best opportunities are certainly in the United States right now. But as you start to think about other opportunities, whether it be in some of the Chinese locations that are beginning to open up, I think that's interesting. Some of the major markets in Europe are interesting. But I think we do see the best value in the United States right now. Hey, rich, let's say I'm an entrepreneur in the real estate business. I want to go buy one of those empty office towers in midtown Manhattan. Where do I get the money? Do I go over to JPMorgan and borrow some money? Yeah. So you're asking a really interesting question. The debt markets are, I would say, not frozen by any means. But they're not wide open. I do think there is capital debt capital available for a high for a high quality property with a well a good sponsor. But there's also a tremendous amount of money on the sidelines that's been raised not yet deployed in commercial real estate. Around 300 billion, maybe that's about a call it 900 billion, a $1 trillion of buying power, once you put some leverage on it. So the debt market is there. They're not wide open. The easy money has been gone. But I think it's a combination of cheap debt capital where you can find it and cheap is all on a relative basis to this point. Plus some additional equity from them out of money on the sidelines. So I think lenders are being much more selective right now than they have been in the past. They're being very focused on what property types they lend to, but more importantly, making sure that the sponsor is well capitalized. All right, so my lunch break. I'll walk over to the local JPMorgan Chase. Yeah, private banker see if I can raise some money here and go buy a midtown Manhattan skyscraper, rich hill head of real estate strategy and research at Cohen and steers again, 84 billion with a B assets under management. They know what they're doing in the reach space so we love to check in with them on the back of that housing data. We received today. For world and national news, let's go to Riddick a group that she's over in London. Thanks, Paul in western New York, the number of fatalities has risen from that record breaking snowstorm at least 31 people have died, the storm dumped more than four feet of snow on buffalo. Meanwhile, travel is still a nightmare for thousands booked on Southwest Airlines, the carriers already scratched 60% of today's lights, some stranded travelers face days of waiting. The Vatican says that retired Pope Benedict's health is getting worse because of his
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stock stocks up 70 some odd percent this year. That's a good thing. They upped their buy back another $50 billion. Has energy kind of had its run or are you guys thinking that maybe there's more room to go there? I mean, I think there's probably a bit more room to go. It's been interesting to watch the divergence of oil prices coming down and energy stocks still continuing to perform strongly. And I think that's on the basis of just a recognition that we've moved energy in terms of national importance from something lower down on the stack to much higher up on the stack. And so I think there's a willingness to invest in that space, invest in the areas. And really a willingness to recognize that this is going to be a continuing ongoing issue for some time. And so while oil prices are down now, probably not likely to spike again very quickly, but long term it's a space where there will be continued activity. And so we do think there's some opportunity there. You know, another thing about this is, you know, we talk so much about public market stocks, some of these exciting sectors. What about the things that are harder to see? I mean, realistically, the interesting trades this year were macro, commodities, and how has that kind of changed the calculus here on kind of how non traditional your clients are looking to invest. Yeah, that's a good question too. So over the years, like many, we've seen an increase in interest in alternative investments first in hedge funds, then into private equity. I think the real key for this year was finding things that weren't correlated to that one direction inflation trade and sort of push down on valuation and push down on bonds. Requires buying the dollar. The day. Yes. So anything an alternative is we sort of view as a third leg of the stool. So you have traditional equity risk. Most times, but not always fixed income. That's that. This year it didn't. And so it's a great argument for why there should be a third leg to the stool and some alternatives. In some portfolios, for clients who can handle the illiquidity. All right, Robert, thank you so much for joining us here. Robert teeter, he's had an investment policy in the strategy group at silvercrest asset management. He's a neighbor of ours here in midtown Manhattan so we appreciate getting him here in our Bloomberg interactive broker studio. Looking at the markets here, again, kind of holding the gains S&P 500 up 8 ten to 1% NASDAQ up about 1.1% there, so some good moves there yields a little bit higher ten year treasury yielding 3.46%. I'm looking at oil. Boy, it's kind of rolled over here. We were trading up near $75 a barrel on WTI crude. It's back down to $72
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Firefighters using ropes and dangling off a high rise in midtown Manhattan rescued a woman who was trapped in a fire that injured at least 38 people yesterday. The times reports the fire at four 29 east 52nd street was caused by a lithium ion battery in an electric bicycle. The unit where the fire started had at least 5 e-bikes according to chief fire marshal Dan Flynn, Flynn provided more details on the nature of fires caused by lithium batteries. When they do go on fire, they're so intense that any combustibles in the area will catch fire. Those hurt fire officials said two were in critical condition 5 or in serious condition and the rest had minor injuries, about 200 fires in New York City this year have been caused by lithium ion batteries. Runners in today's New York City marathon are facing unseasonably warm weather, or from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna rudders will see highs of over 70° and race organizers have sent a letter to runner's recommending they wear light layers, find shade whenever possible, and make sure to stay hydrated according to The New York Times. And rubbers are also being advised not to go too fast and to make sure to slow down if they feel like they're overheating. And there are also being asked to take advantage of fluid and energy gel stations and there will also be misting stations available as well. Susanna. A study finds Pfizer's blockbuster paxlovid antiviral that lowers rates of illness and death in people infected with the coronavirus also cuts the risk of some symptoms of disabling long COVID, researchers with the veterans affairs St. Louis healthcare system said in the study that taking the oral medication within 5 days of testing positive for COVID was linked to a 26% lower risk of lingering post viral complications. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street week. We'll turn our attention to the markets this
New York Sees Rise in Anti-Semitic Incidents
"New York New York New York By Liam's stack near times Orthodox Jews on busy streets in midtown Manhattan In a quiet neighborhoods in Brooklyn Swastikas drawn on Long Island home and spray paint onto Wall Street's charging bull statue A bomb threat against a Jewish community center in Albany and flyers and duchess county the warned residents choose want to take your guns The number of anti semitic incidents in New York increased by 24% last year to the highest level in decades including a surge in the number of assaults as well as both criminal and non criminal incidents targeting Jews according to an annual report released Tuesday by the ADL 416 anti semitic incidents across the state including 51 assaults the most physical attacks recorded Since it began compiling such data in 1979 the report was based on information collected from local law enforcement agencies and so forth The surge was part of a nationwide trend that saw 2717 anti semitic incidents across the United States Including 88 assaults and increase of a 167% from the year before
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Drivers want help from Uber and Lyft We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet They want rate surcharges to help offset the rising cost of keeping cars on the road On Tuesday drivers are planning to deploy a caravan across the Brooklyn Bridge to midtown Manhattan to deliver their grievances to Uber executives Bloomberg's Shirley poet reporting The fed's trying hard to engineer a soft landing for an economy plagued by high inflation A hard landing slowing down the economy too much and overdoing it is always a possibility As for the economic backdrop and speculation about a recession Liz Ann Saunders is chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab It's premature to make a recession call right now The labor market is very strong but should we start to look at what the typical indicators are that start to signal problems Yeah absolutely Keep an eye on the yield curve confidence indexes employment data the leading economic index and gross domestic product Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg This is masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Samara cone She is BlackRock's chief investment officer for ETFs.
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's a sport that you can really develop and follow around the world and this is why you would like the game Johnny let's pick up on that line You just mentioned the bank is back The bank is back The employees back a bit back on the trading floor Is it business as usual Can you help me understand how things are revolving at the moment How things are normalizing in your business your bank We are absolutely John We are really asking and more specifically incentivizing our staff to come back on premises We have to acknowledge that the digitalization of our economy during the pandemic has allowed us to stay in business to stay connected including today by the way I love I love being in the studio I look forward to being back in person with you hopefully in the months to come But having said that nothing replaces the in person relationship and connectivity It's very complicated to convey companies values digitally and this is what we do on the east coast You know in the building you know well here in midtown Manhattan we now have over 30% of our staff back on premises on a rotational basis obviously And we're targeting 40% by year end and hopefully early in 2022 60% we are trying to make the office attractive from we're designing off frost to make the time effective You know it has we have to provide value for employees to enjoy being back on premises and management is very focused on it They want to be paid more You know that You can say the bank is back We all care about this business I care about this industry You care about this industry It's great to see people on trading floors again But you'll need something that's got lost with this younger generation They don't want to be a part of it in the same way How are you grappling with that Does the price get it done Well it's one of the major challenges and concerns There is a tremendous competition for talent And it's not only by the way within the banking industry competition comes from outside of the banking industry and it's in some very targeted areas You're right you mentioned you know in corporate banking the juniors it's in leveraged finance as well where there is such a high demand I can tell.
Vehicle Traffic Nearing Pre-COVID Levels as Transit Lags
"Vehicle traffic is nearing pre pandemic levels in one big city area the public transit is lagging the vehicle traffic between New Jersey and neighboring New York is just about what it was before the pandemic bridge and tunnel traffic down only about two percent compared to June of twenty nineteen truck traffic is actually up seven percent but listen to this ridership on path trains that's a rapid transit system serving New Jersey in midtown Manhattan is down sixty three percent the New York City areas MTA the public transit system including buses and subway trains is reporting similar trans transiting that ridership may not rebound for years what's the problem concerns over the corona virus and more people can now work from home I'm Rita folate
The History of Grand Central Station
"On a snowy january morning in nineteen o to a train operator entering midtown manhattan missed the stop signs. The train pummeled into a danbury express train on fifty sixth street the collision killed fifteen people on impact. At least forty more passengers were bruised and burned and two died within a week at the time it was the worst train accident in new york city. History there had to be a solution for the smoke from the train. Steam engines that fog the tracks. The new york central railroad's chief engineer william j. wilderness. Had a solution while the phrase lightbulb moment may not have been in the popular lexicon yet wilga said his inspiration came to him quote in a flash of light. It was the most daring idea that ever occurred to me. We'll just wanted to demolish the existing grand central depot and swap out all the stations steam powered trains for electric ones. Getting rid of the noxious fumes would help. Train operators see their path ahead. They could even run underground more tracks beneath the surface. Meant less need for bulky. Train sheds on street level. We'll just figured the leftovers space could house retail businesses and encourage private development. He envisioned the new station as a so-called gold mine and he was right today. Grand central terminal is a bustling masterpiece spanning forty eight acres and forty four platforms in the heart of manhattan. It's one of new york's biggest architectural gemstones and arguably one of the most majestic transportation hubs in the world but any building with so much money traffic and history as its fair share of
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It was. It was absolutely hysterical. Never. And by the way, every time they would shoot the lasers out of their eyes, they would make that perhaps sound like the chicken sound. Oh, my gosh. That clock is hysterical. But I just don't. This just seems like stupid for Burger King to do. What's the point of us? Right? I mean, this is just a stupid marketing gimmick that seems incredibly disrespectful. So coming up several things first off. Uh, Maya Wiley. Who is one of the Candidates for mayor. They have a picture of her, leaving her $3 million house in a super super fancy part of Brooklyn, and she's got her private security all around her. She's the one who wants to take a billion dollars away from the police there. And spent 18 million of it on therapy for criminals may be like the criminal that was caught on video trying to rape a woman in broad daylight in midtown Manhattan. Anyway, we're going to get into all of that stuff as well. We saw a lot of stuff to talk about. And then Mara Gray on MSNBC. She was so offended by all the American flags that she saw in Long Island last weekend. Girlfriend. You're free to leave. You know you don't have to stay here and nobody making you stay. So we're going to get into all of that and more as we get moving on our partners for this portion of our program. It's our awesome friends over at car shield car shells a great program to have, because if you are one of those people you're like, Oh, my gosh, I don't want my car like to come on. I don't want to. I don't want to think about how much this is going to cost. I don't want to worry about getting a new car right now. A lot of people actually don't because cars are so expensive with all the you know the everything that's happening right now. With this post pandemic economy is still trying to roar back. So with car shield. Here's the thing. You don't have to worry about Expenses like that. You don't got to worry about the car engine light coming on and worry about how much it's gonna cost you because car shield that's why it exists to cover something of it breaks to help you to protect you from paying thousands of dollars. You can pick your favorite mechanic. If something does happen in you need to get work done. You got? What is it? The roadside assistance, rental coverage. Trip reimbursement. Go to the mechanic. You trust car shields administrators. Had they handle everything else so you can get back to living. They do such a good job. I need car shields administrators to handle all the rest of the stuff in my life. Especially text. I want car shields administrators just to handle that so I can get back to living right? You get the you get all of that at no additional charge, Not the text thing That was kind of a joke. They have.
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Rick Steves. I'm Fabien from Germany, and that was German. For I travel with Rick Steves. It's been far beyond US Deutschland Rising. Take Steve's We're exploring the hidden world of urban design that surrounds you Today in any modern city. Our guest Roman Mars is joining us on travel with Rick Steves from his home studio in Berkeley, California Hey, Roman. A lot of this stuff is little and intimate. And if you blink, you miss it. A lot of it is big. I mean, you write that a skyscraper is a machine that is designed to turn land into money. Or you quote somebody who said that I I love looking at skyscrapers and having a little appreciation of what they're doing there. And there are engineering innovations that make skyscrapers possible that a lot of people don't appreciate for sure. I mean, in addition to the fact that just putting metal inside of a skyscraper was its own innovation, I mean, if you imagine that the weight of a skyscraper is dependent on the new materials at the base, and for a long time masonry have these limitations as to how tall skyscraper can be. And if you made it taller and taller. You had to make the walls on the bottom, thicker and thicker until someone finally figured out, you know. The steel reinforcement. And then all of a sudden the walls of a building weren't the thing they're holding it up anymore. The walls were just kind of a curtain to keep the weather out. And what was keeping the building up? Is the structure underneath it to have skeleton. All of a sudden, I love those solving engineering problems with that you can have different races just to be the tallest in. It's kind of fun to know that this great script was built in the other skyscrapers built and they put an antenna on top. It's it would be three yards taller than her. Exactly. Yeah. Or in the skylines. Give the city its personality. I mean, you look at London you look at Singapore. They put a lot of local pride into their skylines. Yeah, absolutely. It's a huge part of what makes the city a city. I mean, it's not. It's not always the most important part. I think one of the things that I like I love being pedestrian honestly, like I like I'm a walker and I think that often when we look at the city and we see the skyline, you know that's kind of how we often picture cities was from far away. But really, the way you encounter cities in those first couple stories, you know, And so, um, we love paying attention to both, you know, like I I love a good tall building a dramatic building. But I also think it I love the first floor and the just the bodegas and speaking of first floor as you write about, there's a couple of cases and I know about where there happens to be a church that own The property right? And and it's a skyscraper now, and the church is on the first couple of floors, and they're renting out 20 floors above and that church is pretty well set up financially. Yeah, the example from that is the the Citicorp Tower and Midtown Manhattan. And that actually caused a huge problem. There was a church on the corner, and so the building had to be built above it. And they put the supports rather than at the corners of the building. They were sort of in the midline of the building. So it's kind of a skyscraper on on stilts. Yeah, and they discovered late in the process after it was already a building that was occupied for many years that it had some danger of falling over in the wind. If it hit on the corner of the building, and they they fixed it secretly the night Oh, my goodness, because otherwise there was a fear that it would fall over and Really destroyed midtown Manhattan Prayer could only do so much, and it's just fun to know the little back story about this guy scripts. But let's get small again Right now. I mean, a lot of small urban features are designed actually to shape human behavior. These can be a little bit harsh, but sometimes it's got to be done. What are some examples of Little urban designs that have a motive. Yeah, well, there's a class of architecture that's often called, like hostile architecture or hostile design and and things that might seem innocuous. Um, they have an influencing intent, so the ones that are kind of obvious that feel kind of harsh are You'll. Sometimes he spikes on the ground to stop people from sleeping rough in cities. There's ones are less obvious. They're kind of like on the edges of things that will have decorative knobs or something that are this bird sitting, even though they're they're decoration, but they really are there to stop you from staying. Probably more sort of an innocuous but do sort of seeing the purposes. Arm rests on benches, which are there to help your arms and they serve a good purpose like it's nice to have an arm rest when you're on a bench, but they are also there to stop you from lying down and getting comfortable, and you might not feel that the same way in a park. But you definitely have felt the ill effects of this if you've ever had a really long way over in an airport. You're like, Why can't I just lay down and there is not a place There's always armrests. I have spent so much time trying to figure out how to be comfortable with two armrests in my six ft of body leg, and it's not easy to do, is it? It's that way by design, and I've I've been in many subways in Europe where I want to sit down. I'm tired, and the benches are just designed at an angle, You know, so you can't really get exactly you can lean on it a little bit, but you're not going to sit there and Settle in. That's for sure. Seattle puts bike racks in places that might otherwise be a homeless camp. Yeah, there was a case of that in Seattle and and the part of it, that's you know, it wasn't really a good functional like no one needed a bike rack there. It was really just used to stop tents from being put there. But the thing about sort of hostile design is that You know, Sometimes it has good intent, and sometimes it's overreaching. And it's not so much that it's necessarily bad or good. But it's really case by case and what's nice to know when you explore these things, the design intent Just going in with eyes open and decided. Does that reflect your values? You know, this is your city, too. And and just sort of have a say in it. And, you know, arm rests are perfectly fine in some instances, and sometimes they're really, you know, restrictive and other instances and just know it. You don't want skateboarders keeping up late at night, So they stick spike some places that are great for skateboarding, You know, certainly do. And if you're if you're a pigeon, you get just really frustrated by all those little wires stick on the windowsill. Uh, And when I'm acting like a little juvenile, and I want to slide down a bit Minister at some ancient site in Europe. They've got spikes there that would make it a very painful exercise. Absolutely. Absolutely. I was I was in the city in Switzerland. Where was I was Lucerne and I went into the public toilet and it had blue lights. Have you ever encountered that? Yeah, that's pretty common. The U. K two and those are meant to to stop intravenous drug use inside public restrooms and so that you can't really see your blue veins like through your skin with blue lights. And so it's meant to discourage that. I don't know like 100% how effective that really is, But that was definitely the intent. When it was put in. You know, I've heard that and I've gone to places where for whatever reason, there's more hard drug addicts in many countries. They're not in jail. They're out just struggling and trying to get their lives on back and You need a place to get out of the rain and shoot up and in areas where there's people struggling, you find blue lights in the public access bathrooms, and it must be what that's for. That's what it makes sense to me..
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"Identity more and i was wondering if you could just tell us what that looks like and how that's felt it's still really interesting it's still quite a journey began with Taking my mother's name My mother is my biggest supporter in my career. She is literally always there for me. In fact this morning. I had just dropped my daughter off at school and i just i. I've been dealing with this weird issue. in my Tv writing career. And i just needed a sounding board. And so i called her right in the middle of her work day and she dropped everything to talk me through it and give me amazing vice like does all the time and i feel like my mother is as much. A part of me is my father. Why shouldn't i have her name. And so i- tacked it onto mine and You know it was a very emotional thing for both of us but it was really interesting because in doing so. And i'm not gonna call anybody out. But i started to realize that when i would go into meetings and they would hear like. Oh she's a latina from new york like we were expecting something completely different. You know i grew up in midtown manhattan for the most part and my father taught at the private school. That i went to so i was a faculty brat but nonetheless. I don't have a new york accent because of it so i think when people hear that i'm this like new york latino like there. Are you know expecting someone with a little. Bit more grit. Perhaps i step into those meetings and it always takes them a minute to reregister and I even had one. Executive wants me if i could lean more into my dominican nece and i was like oh my god what is happening. It's so weird and my answer was no. I don't have that my mother's estranged from her family. And i didn't grow up with them. I don't know that world. I only know my world and so what's really interesting about stepping into this..
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sage. She's gonna open up her city on this date or that but actually making it happen and getting people to patronize the local economy. Not quite so easy. Mayor Bill de Blasio just announced he is gonna let all businesses in New York City restaurants, bar stores, stadiums, museums, theaters, you name it. They got to go back to full capacity on July 1st pending, of course approval by the governor, But if you open it, will they come? Restaurants, just for instance, a lot of them rely on tourists and office workers to come eat. And who knows when or if those folks were coming back Marketplaces? Marielle Segarra has that one. Restaurants need a sense of what demand is going to be so they can plan and that's hard right now. Joseph George's A. Ganga is CFO of Amish Market, a lunch spot in midtown Manhattan. He's been keeping his ear to the ground. From what I'm hearing a lot of companies actually choosing to offer they homework. And Doc is gonna be a problem for us because we need people to be here. Lot of restaurants in New York or looking for indicators. Melanie Frost is chief operating officer at a bagel place in Midtown. Called S a Bagel. I look at what people are purchasing and I'll look at what people seem to be interested in or what you know. Hearing from the staff. What people are calling about? They have seen a little bump in business from hotels, which is a good sign. Josh Kessler, executive chef at a fine dining restaurant in Midtown, called Barney. A bistro has his own way of crystal balling. The best thing to do is to walk the streets. That is New York City. You know, we're walking city and what you see as a New Yorker is exactly what you get lately. He does see more people out. He says. Even if the demand is there meeting it won't be that simple. I can't just open up my books on July 1st and say, All right, we're ready to open. Let's now go full steam ahead. He'll need to hire more servers and waiters and hosts and bartenders. Some of his staff have left New York or left the industry entirely. Americal Sierra for Marketplace coming up They are selling way above asking Price. Well, they are, are they First, though, let's do the numbers down. Industrial subtracted 185 points on this Friday. That's a half percent 8 33,074 and as that down 119 that's on the point scale 8/10 percent 9 13,060 to the S and P 530 points to the downside 7/10 percent. 41 81. Therefore, the week the Dow lost more than 4/10 of 1%, the NASDAQ off nearly 4/10 S and P 500 basically flat for the five days going by, but overall For the month of April, Things went up the Dow added. 2.7% that has that climbed 5.4%, the S and P. 500 found about five and a quarter percent Stocks people they are about the long game. So in an economy that as market as Mariel's, I almost called him working places. Merrill's Agora, which she is explained. Is opening up. Let's take a look at what drivers have been at the pump, Shall we for an excursion, Triple A, says the average price for a gallon of regular glad gas nationwide. $2.89, California These $4 a gallon out here beeps I'm telling you, Bud Rose yield on the 10 year Tino fell to 1.60%. You're listening to marketplace. Marketplace is supported by Juan plea committed to helping self employed workers and small businesses Get their P P P loans application determines.
Doormen Fired For Standing By After Attack on Asian Woman, New York
"We're getting an update to that story about an Asian woman attacked in Manhattan and the doorman who watched it all unfold. A Brodsky organization, which manages the Midtown Manhattan building, where the attack last Monday took place says it has fired the two doorman who were seen in the video closing the door. The attack on the 65 year old Asian woman happened just outside the apartment building. As she was walking to church in broad daylight, the building workers union said at the time. A staffer called for help immediately, But surveillance video showed the men waited more than a minute to open the door and even let residents walk in and out during that time. A suspect has been arrested who was living in a nearby homeless shelter? Mac
Man Charged in Anti-Asian Hate Crime Was Out on Parole for Killing His Mom
"His mother nearly 20 years ago, was arrested on assault and hate crime charges in an attack on an Asian American woman in midtown Manhattan, not far from Times Square. Surveillance video shows, the man said to be 38 year old Brandon Elliot kicking and stomping on a 65 year old Filipino American woman Monday afternoon on the sidewalk outside a building. Video from inside shows two employees watching, but not going to help her one even closing a door. Joann, you is
NYPD makes arrest in assault of elderly Asian American woman
"Pour through tax hikes. New York City police make an arrest in a brutal attack on an elderly Asian American woman in midtown Manhattan Earlier this week, police say, Brandon Elliott faces charges of assault as a hate crime. He's seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman and told her you don't belong here. New YORKER Shing Cost says Seeing that video was upsetting, shocking to see Elena being kicked like that and punch like that broad daylight on a busy street in front of a building and no one helped her. The security guards in there just closed the door and don't even help a person a human being. Line on the floor records show. Elliot's already on parole for stabbing his mother to death
New York Police Arrest Man Over Attack on Elderly Asian Woman
"Make an arrest in a brutal attack on an elderly Asian American woman in midtown Manhattan Earlier this week, police say, Brandon Elliott faces charges of assault as a hate crime. He's seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman and told her you don't belong here. New YORKER SHING Cost says Seeing that video was upsetting, shocking to see Elderly being kicked like that and punch like that broad daylight on a busy street in front of a building, and no one helped her. The security guards in there just closed the door and don't even help a person. A human being lying on the floor. Records show Elliot's already on parole for stabbing his mother to death when he was 19. Julie
NYPD makes arrest in assault of elderly Asian American woman
"New York City police make an arrest. In a brutal attack on an elderly Asian American woman in midtown Manhattan Earlier this week, police say, Brandon Elliott faces charges of assault as a hate crime. He seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman and told her you don't belong here. New Yorker Shinko says Seeing that video was upsetting, shocking to see Elena being kicked like that, and punch like that, in broad daylight on a busy street in front of a building and no one helped her. The security guards in there just closed the door and don't even Help a person a human being lying on the floor Records show. Elliot's already on parole for stabbing his mother to death when he was
65-Year-Old Asian Woman Attacked IN New York City
"For a man who viciously attacked an Asian American woman near New York City's Times Square, asking for the public's help not only in locating the suspect but in doing its own part to stand up to the Racists. Police on Tuesday blanket in midtown Manhattan with wanted posters and offered a 25 $100 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of the man seen on surveillance Monday. Brutalizing the woman as she walked to church. She stomped on her face, kicked her in the stomach. Shouted anti Asian American slurs. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. And we need everyone to be a part of this because yesterday, I don't know if you've seen the video but absolutely disgusting and outrageous video. Of a name. Asian woman being attacked pushed the ground kicked viciously by someone full of hate. That was bad enough, but then to see A security guard standing nearby and not intervening. Absolutely acceptable. Look, I don't care who you are. I don't care what you do. You've got to help your fellow in New Yorker. And if you see someone being attacked Do whatever you can make noise. Call out what's happening. Go and try and help immediately call for help call 911. I mean, this is something where we all have to be part of the solution. We can't just stand back and watch a heinous act happening. And I think for so many Asian American, New Yorkers who are feeling isolated right now feeling fearful they need to know that they have solidarity of all New Yorkers and support On the attack Monday among the latest international spike in anti Asian hate crimes. That happened just weeks after a mass shooting in Atlanta left eight dead, six of them women of Asian descent.
Attack on Asian Woman in New York City's Midtown Prompts Another Hate Crime Investigation
"York city police released surveillance video of an unidentified man violently attacking a sixty five year old woman on monday. In midtown manhattan video of the attack which took place on the sidewalk in front of an apartment building in broad daylight show demand kicking a woman to the ground and then stomping on her body and head multiple times. The video also showed building staff members watching the attack but not intervening and even closing. The door to the building as the woman's attacker walked away. Those staff members have now been suspended. According to the building's management company and pd said the attacker made racist anti-asian remarks and they're investigating the assault as a hate crime. The attack is the latest surge of anti asian violence that has been recorded this past year. Surge that community members and advocates have been trying to raise alarm bells about for months despite little attention in the mainstream media until recently
Car and van plow into New York City dining structure, injuring 7
"York when an outdoor dining structures in the middle of a crash between two vehicles. The crash happened in midtown Manhattan and injured seven people, including two kids, A van collided with a car smashing an outdoor dining structure, though no one was inside it at the time, But there was a group outside a nearby fruit stand where some of the victims were hurt. It comes is outdoor dining structures have popped up nationwide and parking lots and on busy streets. Zach Israel
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"The Republican base. I know that you're embarrassed by ice. I know because I've heard it. I know because I know that the Republicans would love to have these. These inconvenient social issues go away. But you're, in fact societal issues. With you. In fact. Issues of civilization. You will be forced to engage in a religious ceremony that violates your religious conscience. You'll be forced to to deny the existence of biological sex, You'll be forced to pretend that you believe what you exhale. Is warming the earth. It's a poison to the earth. You want these things to go away because they're inconvenient to what used to be your business model. Your business model used to be working for oil companies and working for tax cuts and for companies to keep more of their own money, And that's a fine business model. What's your business model has been usurped by the Democrats who will go the extra mile. We will force people to purchase products they don't want from companies. They don't like it. Prices they can't afford for services. They cannot need Obamacare. We will force Americans. Biden's floating this They will force you to have the marina injections. For covert. If you want to fly domestically, but not not for not for illegal immigrants. They can come into the country as they see fit when they see fit with no co protest. To the professional Republicans. I know You're embarrassed by us. So let me give you some feedback. We're embarrassed by you. We're embarrassed by your Cowardice. Well, and also this Adam kissing her. From Illinois. Through. A spokesperson said he intends to reform the party from within. Oh, okay. Adam. Many years ago. Guess it would be about five years ago. No longer than that. I think about seven years ago. Had dinner with the gentleman. Who happened to be a close adviser to then, Mr Trump, Donald Trump. Had dinner with him in midtown Manhattan. After I spoke to a Republican group in midtown Manhattan. And he said to me, Mr Trump is going to run for president. He's going to win. He has done years of research on one issue. About what? She's passionate. And he's going to win. And at that time this gentleman wouldn't tell me what the issue was. I guessed it was I'm gonna build a wall. Why did I guess that? Because your party Has pretended for years. Can't be done. And I happen to know Because they've been in the meetings with the U. S chamber. That they don't want this. I don't want the wall. I've been in the meetings. We need the cheap labor. We need to compete. Gets the high cost of American labor. Your party, Adam. Has the opportunity to be the party off. Working Americans. Like me. My second radio show for the day. Do a radio show That's channel Katie. Th And he won, by the way in radio would say I, That's a heavy lift. No, it's not. I am getting to sit in for America's anchorman. On a radio show he built, incidentally, Working two radio shows for I think over a year. Back to back. So Adam in terms of reforming the party. The reform would be this Stop hating us. Connect with the base. Here's what I think the base saw in Donald Trump. Mr Trump before became President Trump. He said, the things you're not the same. We're gonna build the wall. It's gonna be beautiful. They'll be doors in the wall. Because, like any sane human being, we intend to have some control. Over who comes into our country. Just as any sane human being would have. Control over who stepped into the business. I'm doing this show from 5 90 cake You auntie in Spokane. Can't just walk in here. Email ahead and the team says Yeah, come in and use the studio if you're in town. I can't just walk into My own radio station. I need that card can need to be cleared through security. Any sane human being knows you must control the flow of people in your country and it's not. It has no basis in race. I understand that you guys find the discussion of race difficult. Well, because you're cowards. I know. I know. I'm casting a broad net here. But see, I've also sat in the limos. The town car's with professional Republicans going to meet with with black constituents in Maryland. Into the great credit for Michael Steele before Michael We sell the huge soft spot in my heart for it. I'm very disappointed that in my judgment is gone full TDs but to his great credit. He assigned Professional Republicans. The goal the task of gold to meet with black constituents, and I saw the discomfort. It wasn't racism. Worked with the people. They were racist. I didn't meet a racist that the RNC there are Racists. Justice there are in the Democrat Party. I didn't meet any of them. I saw the discomfort. You're also discover you're also uncomfortable saying things like you know what If you choose to engage in a in a same sex marriage, That's your two adults. Okay? Just you know what? Don't don't force me. Violet member alleges price persons I know that really freaks you out, saying things like that. And yet Just this week has said that to a friend of mine. Back to former bus. We just remembered these conversations. So if you're going to reform the party.
"midtown manhattan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"York mistake's that cope with Covitz are endless. That's the rush update, sponsored by Nationwide Vision center well as the coronavirus took hold, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. Now what could possibly go wrong? At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood. And created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters. But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these live almost I said, almost sorry. Citibank last year, predicted silver to break $40 within 12 months and $100 over the next few years. Noble gold is giving away a stunning five out.
Revision Host Maurice Cherry Interviews Danny Shaw, Director of Digital Design and Branding at Brandshare
"All right. Let's get to the interview this week. I'm talking with danny shaw design educator located in new york city. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do all right. Thanks for having me. I'm danny shaw. I'm a design educator. Most of the time also product manager when need to be a project manager as well and at the co- at the end of the day. I'm still a designer multi multi-disciplined design of course across the digital space. Okay how has twenty twenty one been for you so far. Twenty twenty one i mean. What are we with thirteen days. Then will far personally has been fine. You know but just looking at the world around me. You would be hard pressed to say that right but personally has been fine so far. So i'm grateful for that How was last year. I know you know the pandemic really kind of turned everyone's world upside down to some sort away. How did you get the year. Last year was a lot. I think a lot of people was ally of me personally. A lot of personal relationships it greatly impacted things for instance my grandparents who visit my grandparents all the time multiple times throughout the eddie live atlanta. I have not been able to see them. And that's really been a tough pill to swallow on person aside and not being able to see other relatives so that's definitely been hard but then which is probably roundabout way on the professional side. It's it's been probably one of the most busiest of hat professionally. A lot of business in the landscape changes so fast rapidly where the digital acceleration accelerated even more than the pace that it was already at which impacted my inbox in my email. People me up for advice and counsel and job. So it's been a mixed bag is definitely been a mix. Let's focus on work for a minute here. You're the director of digital design and strategy for a company called brand share. What does brands share. Do all right. So shit is e commerce marketing company in for a lot of people who may not be familiar with that concept and idea. We work with a lot of. Cpg burns consumer packaged goods such as emmons but if a lot of the packaging goods that we see on a regular basis as consumers so we work with these companies in regards to the marketing strategy. Introducing them to the market gaining insights and data on these new products that's being introduced to the market and we partner with them on their strategy and execution and how the scale they are offering to the audience at large in a nutshell. It comes across multiple channels digital in person shipping. We do a lot of experts. You things as well so Touch on a lot of areas with these brands trying to get as far as being the partner between the brands and these new products. That's trying to the market. In services and reaching that specific audience that the china targeting reach for their respective products. How did you first get started there at the time. I was transitioning from a position that i was working. At in north carolina as product manager and at the time there was some organizational changes. And i was looking in north carolina and and doing that and just going back and forth between new york and chronic to get my fares in order and iran ran to the person who became my manager So we just ran into each other. We used to work in the past at time. inca essence. She just told me she was working there. She was she just started. She was trying to build a team. She was looking for some freelance designers and asked me if i would be open to discuss it and i i'm open to discussing. I was just transitioned from the last role and said hey you know this might be something of interest for me. While i'm transitioning to china figure out the next and then it just happened to work out. Well we worked well together. I've worked with the rest of the team. And i'm working on the designs and floor the digital initiatives and then it just kind of kept going from there into full-time role and then may stand with the company and so forth. What does the team. Makeup look like autumn. Agean you've got designers because you mentioned design but do you work with so i work with everybody. We work with everybody. So i have Outside of me to other designers on my team i work with the vp of marketing. A record the bp digital. We're we're not. We're about fifty. I'll not that big. So we're about fifty person staff based in new york and of pennsylvania so i pretty much everybody to chairman of the company as well That the president. It really depends on the project. What's what needs to be done. You get to intimate environment. So i kind of get to work with everybody account managers and so forth as well now given that the company sizes is so small like what's a typical daylight now because i would imagine you all are not able to get together in an in an office or you now while the pennsylvania offices so they are all the way the to set up a lot of the new york office we are. We're all remote right to be clear. And we were based in midtown manhattan midtown manhattan but The pa office depending on the circumstances on what might be needed. Maybe like a photo shoot or something like that. Some members still going to office but for the most part is still pretty much remote as well. So yeah but a typical day. Nowadays is really. Just you know looking at Obviously out calendar in the before just trying to coordinate on the bear. Risk projects and initiatives looking at tickets. You know gotta look at these tickets to see what's to was the status of status meetings just to kind of make sure that we're on track with a lot of things calls a foul benders looking at roadmap. There's a lot of. I would say a lot of time. Put was president planning a lot more so than in the past so so to speak. It really varies. I really wouldn't even know what to say. What did with low but my on a log. I'm pretty much aware of what my day is already gonna look like just because i leave when i log out. I just see what. I have lined up for the next day. So usually it's a mix between meetings. Some our collaborate with the design team once needed as well as account manager for any new requests checking on the status of ongoing projects as well touching base with the vp of digital. For any other items. That might be down the line sometimes. I am checking in with some of our dev engineers team on the status of things as managing few about digital initiatives and ecommerce sites. Yeah it really ranges mountain towns. I'm looking at analytics in number. Metrics is to see if you know some insights in in regards to the strategy. And make sure we're on pace. We're doing the right thing. There's room for improvement in always looking for some wounds improvements as well so it really varies. Throughout the day. Monday tuesday could be two completely different. Days does sound like a lot. Yes it's it's cool but yeah it can vary a lot. Have you had to adopt any sort of new like strategies or workflows over the past year. Yeah sure well. They tend to crack jokes on me. Because i am like the uae. Try to organize one. You know being a project manager and in the past and project management roles a really try to align and keep things as organiz as feasibly possible. So i think i've definitely had been allowed strong advocate for that. Not just for myself but across the team especially during kobe right so that one thing that be really just had to really make adjustments for the communication on big on communication. I think a lot of not just designed problems. I think a lot of problems in general could be resolved if we communicate elopement so readily had to be strategic in how we communicate and open up communications to help foster solutions especially now that we're not all in this together we can't just walk over to someone and so forth so the communication was definitely gonna be safe there and also iguanas when everything for his hidden in in the world changed right before. Is i do think aloud people kind of know what to do right. So we worked in mit working past normal times and things like that and i think for me was at a place where it had to be diligent about. Okay shut off. There's only so much you can do. And i think not just for me. A lot of people had to make that adjustment as well with the state of the world. Yeah i know a lot of think. It was last year right around the time that the that the pandemic happened. Or the the lockdown started to happen. I was talking with a lotta people for the show who they had either just started a new job in like now it's day for and their mentor. Work from home continually or they're having a tough time to transition from being in the office to now having to sort of work in this synchronous sort of fashion right. And i will say to me. Just because i've had roles in the past where i've worked remote merola north carolina. It was a big remote work environment. Culture prior i would go into the office but it was nothing to see a member who was working remote that day for various reasons. It was very flexible. People have kids people have health issues. We worked with teams across the country. Kind of remote teams across the country engineer so it was never never felt like everybody had to be all his so for me. I was comfortable already transitioned into a more remote environment but this has been the most. I don't know if this is the most remote. I just to show. Has there been like one thing that you've gotten that's really helped you make that adjustment pretty. Well bob meditated. On is i. I really got into a meditation a bit more. Just read different philosophies at least for me just trying to make sense of everything that was going on you know i. I don't have the head. Space is the head. Space app was very very helpful. Helped me sleep more consistently in and things like that. We all just trying to figure out what works for us right. I didn't feel i needed. I wasn't really looking for anything. I was going to make me a better employee anyway. On it I think i was more concerned with was going to help me maintain some schmidt to help during all this time. Yeah so like when it comes to working on a new project or with a new client. What does that creative process look like with you being the director strategy. I know you've got the team under you. What does that sort of process look like from start to finish well. It really varies. Because the relationship that we have with declines it changes in some cases we are more or less facilitators and creative may already common just working on a strategy how to execute it for them and what are the proper market in digital media channels so to speak and then other times. We are developing in design in house. And when that happens of course that's when the standard procedures. What's what's the goal was the objectives. What are we trying to achieve was the demographics that research behind it first before we start opening programs right trying to get an understanding of what the client needs. What goes let's the. Kpi was the measurement of success prior to all of that and then basically looking at our offerings the now tools and resources to see how we can best executed across the board. It may not always be digital 'execution it might be exponential execution might be Just some inserts in getting them the scanty oracle's taken you know micro sites and things like that might be a newsletter campaigns and stuff like that so it does vary but i think we start each project just trying to warn just get an understanding of what are the key goals and objectives and. How do we facilitate that. That making sure that we have the right information to go about executing properly across creative across strategy and course execution as well
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"Lost Colleen US there in rock wall and didn and Sherman They're everywhere. Sleep number. The greatest thing by the boy by numbers. 55 tried out when you get to the sleep number store and tell him how j such him Well as the coronavirus took hold. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. Now what could possibly go wrong? At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood and created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters. But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these live almost I said, almost sorry. Yeah. Citibank last year, predicted silver to break $40 within 12 months and $100 over the next few years. Noble gold is giving away a stunning five out solid silver Apollo 11 going with every qualified silver IRA that started the new administration just committed to a $2 trillion investment in clean energy to create carbon free electricity by 2035. There's also a pledge to tackle climate change and stop using fossil fuels like oil and coal. But here's the thing we don't have enough so Over to cover the demand. They said it would take 5.62 million tons of silver to meet all our energy needs. The world's current known official silver reserves that could be assumed to be recoverable from mines is estimated to be less than 600,000 tons, and that's good for investors and the price of silver. This makes the long term outlook for silver. I'll raise look even better than it's been for a long time. Visit our website today at noble gold investments dot com That's noble gold.
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"Films, including The Insider in 1999, which you portrayed. 60 minutes Report, Mike Wallace and 2000 one's a Beautiful Mind. 6 55, and it's time for Rush Limbaugh. Well as the coronavirus took hold, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. No one could possibly go wrong. At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood and created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters, But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these live almost I said, almost sorry. Rush wraps at noon on W. Y O D Citibank.
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"The first morning news with Joe Bartlett 17 w, O R, and it's not 5 15. Here on this Monday morning, we've got to check on the sports news. Another Super Bowl win for Tom Brady. Getting tired of that yet, huh? S so we'll check on that and also the Wall Street numbers. But first a comment from Rush Limbaugh well as the coronavirus took hold, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. Now what could possibly go wrong? At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood and created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters. But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these live almost I said, almost sorry. Citibank last year, predicted silver to break $40 within 12 months and $100 over the.
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Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York
"Is proposing an infrastructure infrastructure plan plan for for New New York York City City that that he he says says will will jump jump start start the the economy. economy. WN WN Y Y sees sees Stephen Stephen Nessen Nessen reports. reports. The The $306 $306 billion billion plan plan focuses focuses on on midtown midtown Manhattan and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus terminal and will be the most ambitious mass transit development in the United States of America. Large scale projects often get stuck in bureaucratic delays like Penn South, which will Is in a long stalled plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River and eight new tracks, all of which needs federal money. But with Democrats in power in Washington, Cuomo says these projects and more Will receive the support they need.