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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Through the full hour ba talking to two of the candidates running to be the men or the people who watch over the city's billions of dollars in spending an assets and debt people running for the job of city comptroller as i mentioned at the outset. We're talking about Who we're going to trust to keep watch over. The city's billions of dollars. The city's number three job is that of city comptroller and sure it sounds boring. Nobody grows dreaming to be controller. But i've often thought that it's about the best job in the city because of the kind of vast powers has that particular kinds of authorities and interest the comptroller can exercise so the comptroller is like the city's official accounted he or she can audit all the agencies in the city of remember the agencies in the city. Spend some eighty eight billion dollars a year. So that's a lot to audit. Those audits can raise. Financial questions can also raise policy questions about you. Know the efficiency and effectiveness of the steps that the city is taking. It's an important very important check on the mayor's power in that way the comptroller also registers contract so as you know a lot of the city's work is not done by but by contractors whether it's human services or building a road or doing consulting work to figure out how the board of elections run better. Or what have you and those contracts total seventeen billion dollars a year seventeen thousand contracts. The controller can register those or not register. Those can block contracts to a degree. That's a tremendous amount of power also overseeing. The city's pension funds the five funds for police and firefighters and teachers and everybody else together compose one of the largest investment funds in the world has a lot of power as an investor deduce shareholder activism Divests from something like firearms or tobacco or fossil fuel related industries. It's a big deal. That's twenty five billion dollars under control in the comptroller's day to day. Overseer of those has a lot to do with the priorities that those pension funds pursue economic forecasting managing the debt if more than seven hundred employees and he operated big policy shop to recent lists of weighed in a different policy issues suggested plans for housing for childcare for dealing with homelessness. You name it of the council is in a position to make those suggestions and frankly not actually execute them. Because they're not. The mayor said they get to kind of sit back. And critique and suggest improvements and use the power of the city's pursestrings to achieve his or her own policy ends And that's a reason why the job is coveted by many people who are seeking a step up from the city council or borough presidency or other offices and it's also why many people who seek that office end up becoming mayor or running for mayor a beam was a comptroller Jay golden who ran for mayor. Alan have the see bill thompson and of course the current comptroller scott stringer's running for mayor the only one in that mix who did not was halston and she ran for the. Us set it. So that's pretty important office too so it say A big big job and an important one and one of the jobs that is on the docket for twenty twenty. One scott stringer as i mentioned running for mayor that's because he is term limited and so there are four people in the race as of now democratic primary in june which as you know in many races in new york city is tacit election. We don't know if there will be republican race if they did run. It's unlikely they would have much of a chance of winning. But the people will be hearing from today. Our senator kevin parker of brooklyn and city council member. Brad lander also of brooklyn They are joined in the race. By state senator bryan benjamin and has been david weapon. Those two candidates have been booked for our show on january twenty seven so two weeks from today and we'll be hearing from them then and obviously next week on the twentieth. Focusing more on inauguration stops which hopefully it will be peaceful and smooth. But we'll be ready for whatever comes our way. So we're hearing from senator kevin parker He is a democrat. He's represented the twenty first district in brooklyn since two thousand three so a veteran of albany veteran of the years too many years in the wilderness when democrats were in the minority than briefly in the majority Particularly well Back the minority now. Of course our very strong and fairly progressive supermajority in the state senate but kevin parker's looking to leave office and become the city's number three official. He is the chairman of the committee on energy and telecommunications and we'll be hearing a few moments switching to get him on the phone. Kevin parker senator from brooklyn is on the line. So welcome to maximum murphy. Hey mackey murphy you just murphy today but thanks for how are you. I'm good glad to hear that Let's dig into a den because we don't have too much time with you and it's a big job and he's got a lengthy career lot to dig into You are a state senator. You have been for many years. What do you feel about this job of comptroller. Do you feel it requires a set of qualifications. Different from other offices foam from being a mayor. Desert require some level of financial savvy. And that's something you bring to the table. Yeah you know a number of years. I've actually been in the state. Senate eighteen years. And i'm the majority whip involved the seminar energy and communications committee and i absolutely think that being city controller does bring a responsibility around a specific set of understanding about finances and and and you know understanding of finances the municipal finance her particular. Anybody who knows finance necessary understand municipal finance You know before. I got elected to the state senate work for paying whatever Doing both government affairs and ms will finance worked worked in the state office. Macomer call As that'd be direct their government affairs. And since i've been in state senate. I've been eighteen years in the finance committee Over ten years on the banking committee the insurance committee and so the issues around revenue. Projections around auditing Around managing the pension fund. Things that in my wheelhouse talk about your time in albany as you mentioned almost two decades much of that time in the minority when obviously it was difficult i'm sure to get legislation passed but when you look at your time there. What do you see as your top accomplishments. Well what do we begin right. i think i think some of it has been you know my top accomplishment the political accomplishments. I'm i'm part of literally. Four people whipped. I've been on the minority. The majority and i think that political understanding Of what it takes to us tweet place where people thinking leading into. When i got elected you know eighteen years ago of senator. You're fading in and out a bit. i don't know if you're if you're traveling or donna. Our end center we may have lost the senator.

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Groupon's Struggle

MarketFoolery

04:34 min | 11 months ago

Groupon's Struggle

"We are going to start with some earnings. and honestly, this is one of those situations where you put earnings in air quotes. Because we're talking about groupon and the first quarter results. They actually weren't as bad as wall. Street was fearing. groupon still lost a lot of money and shares down about ten percent today. Yeah, it was not a great quarter for groupon. The shares the sales fell thirty five percent. Gross profit was down thirty four percent they laid off or furloughed about twenty seven hundred employees out of their sixty three hundred employees, and they also have a new CEO and coo left, so it's been a wild couple of months for your opponent hasn't been great. I'm glad you mentioned the management change because that was something I. SORTA noticed this morning when I was reading about this quarterly report and one of the statements was from interim CEO Aaron Cooper Aaron. Cooper's Bennett groupon for a decade or so, but I was like well. Wait a minute. What's the interim and yeah, as you mentioned a couple of months ago? The board basically said that the CEO the chief operating officer and the. Oh, yeah you. You're both Outta here. So. I'm not even sure where the silver lining is right now with group on because on top of everything else last week they executed the dreaded reverse stock split, and in this case it was a one for twenty. Stock splits so for those unfamiliar. Regular stock split is you sometimes companies will come out and say hit a two one split. If you own it for every one share you own your now going to have to, but of course the prices cut in half the reverse split is the opposite because they're trying to boost their stock price, and so they came out and said forever twenty shares you own. You'RE GONNA. Get One so I mean the management shake-up. The fact that Aaron Cooper has been there a decade and still has the interim tag on his CEO Title I. Don't Know Him, but I think it'd be a little miffed if that were the case. You have to wonder what the board is up to there. And then you know you and I were talking about this earlier today. Maria I. Mean this is we're in the middle of a pandemic. I think of group on I know. They have several business lines, but I think of them as more of like the experience company for a long time that's been their marketing like. Hey, go out and take a hot air balloon ride and we're going to get you a discount on that and that sort of thing and. Know again. It's not all of their business, but they are really taking a hit in this environment. Yeah, I think that the experiences is really where they get their bread and butter. That's what they're known for they are trying to look they break out their revenues in terms of their local and their travel revenue travel revenues less than ten percent local revenues, almost ninety one percent of that revenue, but a good chunk of local revenues experiences within that local space and so i. don't think that. That will bounce back anytime soon. I guess the only silver lining would be that as state start reopening, people and companies will be so desperate for anyone to come. have really good deals in the TRI news utilized. groupon and people will try to utilize it if they don't have. That steady income that they're used to, but it's still not a great outlook for groupon. It's a good point and I think that. One of the things they talk about active customer base. It'll be interesting to see if they're able to grow that in the next three to six months. I'm wondering if you think I mean. They have between North America where they have about twenty five million active customers and an international of of North America another sixteen million, so they got about forty forty, two million active customers. This is not a big company. The market cap is about seven hundred fifty million dollars. Do you think? Do. You think someone's going to swoop in and by group on just so they can get that active customer base, or do you think that there are still enough question marks that? That's not in the cards right now I. think it would be kind of a smart acquisition for some people to get you that bigger customer base, and for people to continue to implement deals. Everyone everyone. I love a good deal. I know a lot of people who have a good deal so having those options are pretty smart. If you're a big retailer or you want exposure into at a growing customer base of people who are generally live in cities, like deals like experiences I feel like it's pretty uh smart to grow that customer base if you need to.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jazz fashion destroyed with fifty percent drop in business overall and Soroka says the economy may not start recovering until the first quarter of twenty twenty one and therefore each hospital check in international freight moving in down through the port of Los Angeles in quarter four and circuses the port is ready for that recovery we've got this machine read Chris and Carla okay fine use the Tyson foods meat factory in Iowa is set to re open despite more than seven hundred employees testing positive for cocaine nineteen that's nearly sixty percent of the plans workers the plant will resume operations tomorrow with limited production after being shut down for nearly a month Tyson foods has also closed several other plants across the country including locations in Nebraska and Washington state Nordstrom has taken a big hit due to covet nineteen the department store chain says it will permanently close sixteen locations nationwide the closures are estimated to make up fourteen percent of the company's one hundred sixteen stores company officials have not announced yet which locations will shut down or how many employees will lose their jobs the company has emphasized it's adapting to the new digital retail environment that's been fueled by the pandemic a specific schedule for re opening stores has not been announced but officials say the remaining stores will open in a phased a market by market approach Deborah mark KFI news the governor of Texas as a salon owner sentenced to a week in jail for re opening her business despite state home orders should be released the governor says the judge's ruling yesterday was excessive the judge told Shelley Luther her sentence could be later if she admitted to being wrong and apologize for being selfish Luther told the judge she disagreed with them because my kids is not selfish I have here stylist that are going hungry because they'd rather keep their kids there was sentenced on the same day the governor announced the launch could reopen by Friday she was also fined thousands of dollars secretary of state Mike Pompeii has doubled down on his claims that covert nineteen likely came from a Chinese lab although he admits he can't prove it yet we don't have certainty and there is significant evidence that this came from the laboratory the statements can both be true I've made them both administration officials have made them they're all true multiple trump administration officials have cast doubt on the theory but Pompey said his stance is in line with the administration's bomb pales also says China is still withholding important information about the outbreak millennials minus money equals no milestones since the start of the corona virus pandemic millennials have been reporting the biggest impact for them has been on their finances because of that many millennials say they're postponing big events in their lives according to a new survey by the personal finance software company click an eight percent millennials say they postponed their weddings twenty three percent say they're putting off buying a new house and thirteen percent say they're pushing off the idea of having a baby only four percent of millennials surveyed in the report say the Kobe nineteen pandemic has not had any impact on their wallets Jennifer Jones lead KFI news from out of all current virus cases in southern California you can check out.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Has the latest a lawsuit has been filed in Los Angeles federal court accusing U. S. C. of profiting from the culvert nineteen pandemic by refusing to refund unused portions of students spring semester fees the complaint alleges breach of contract for USC's refer refusal to reimburse probably to portions of students payments after the university was forced to close its campus due to the public health crisis USC did issue a statement saying the university was aware of the post class action suit more people in Orange County are growing their own food during the cold at nineteen shut down shore gardens nursery in single many has had more customers amid the crowd of our shut downs owner Quinn Bork says mostly for vegetable gardens like tomatoes peppers squash this repeat customers shopping for raspberry since the coveted crisis I wanted to start growing my own food just to see how that goes and this guy says the nursery has been a big help because when they use it is also question the getting invite work says in the beginning vegetables were a hot product everyone bottom up and then the growers are scrambling to catch up shore gardens nursery has offered curbside pickup in San Clemente rob didn't care fight news public health officials and I will say more than seven hundred employees at a Tyson foods meat factory have tested positive for of it nineteen that's nearly sixty percent of the plant's workforce Tyson foods says the pandemic has forced the company to close several plants across the country including locations in Nebraska and Washington state as well as Iowa Nike is putting a little pep in the step of some health care workers the athletic brand has announced plans to donate thirty thousand pairs of its air zoom pole shoes to medical workers fighting over nineteen issues will be donated to hospitals and healthcare centers in New York City Chicago Memphis and Los Angeles as well as the veterans health administration issue donation as part of Nike's pledge to give away over one hundred forty thousand pieces of footwear apparel and equipment around the world during this pandemic the company says the donation is worth over five and a half million dollars Gina grad KFI news.

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Uber is laying off 3,700 as rides plummet due to COVID-19

Techmeme Ride Home

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Uber is laying off 3,700 as rides plummet due to COVID-19

"Has announced this morning that it will lay off thirty seven hundred employees or about fourteen percent of its workforce. The redundancies are primarily coming from the customer support and recruiting teams and CEO. Derek shot. He says he will forgo his base salary of around one million dollars this

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Another 4.4 Million; Reopening Georgia; Oil, Oil Everywhere

Squawk Pod

07:09 min | 1 year ago

Another 4.4 Million; Reopening Georgia; Oil, Oil Everywhere

"Look at. What's been happening another week? In the pandemic another round of unemployment data this week's Labor Department report of initial jobless claims revealed an additional four point four million Americans have newly filed for unemployment benefits. That brings the five week total to well over. Twenty six million people completely erasing job gains for the last decade since the recession four point four million is actually lower than the number from last week which could be a sign that the corona virus impact on the real economy may have hit its peak but the curve differs state by state in New York for example claims. This week were about half of what they were week before in Florida. Though new findings were nearly double while the number of American signing up for unemployment benefits grows states. Like Florida are setting near-term timelines to reopen their economies earlier. This week Georgia governor. Brian Kemp announced his plan to partially reopened his State's economy as soon as tomorrow governors of Ohio Tennessee and Florida as I mentioned have also tested the waters with opening plans. The announcement prompted a backlash from some public health officials. Lawmakers and the President Hears Becky quick the Virginia senator. Mark Warner is here and obviously he's been watching all of this play out. Senator Warner thanks for joining us today. If people are home aren't getting paid can open their businesses. They're getting more and more frustrated with this. How do we handle this? How do we kind of figure out where it's okay to open up again where it's not all? I think two things one clearly people are frustrated. My concern is you reopening should be a priority but it's got to be data driven. I think the president's own recommendations have been you need to see fourteen days of declining cases and my concern is if we send back people and only half the workforce goes back because people were concerned or God forbid they go back and you get another spike in the virus and then you may lose. The confidence of your folks entirely I know is a former governor. I would be having this data driven as possible. The president did ask me to serve on his on his taskforce. And I'm my contribution I hope will be. We need more testing testing testing testing. And the fact that we don't even have a common information data site out there that can say what are all the tests that have been approved. What's in the pipeline? What does the FDA about to approve that might give us all a little more guidance? On what the schedule might look like because if we can do the testing in an efficient way do the contact tracing then. I think we can move. As we've seen the cases come down into a reopening face and just wonder how long before we get some of those things testing ability and and the data ability based on everything you know well the FDA has been in the process of approving both additional swab type tests and the antibody tests. I think they're both proceeding on a parallel track in the bill. That's passed to. Hopefully we'll be past today. There's twenty five billion dollars for testing. That's a remarkable investment and clearly testing has to be coordinated on a national level. The one thing I hope the president would not try to impose similar to I think the mistaken he's approached. Ppi which is every state for themselves simply driving up the cost of this equipment. The testing level has to be coordinated at the national level. The fact that there's already a national information site out there. I've actually started to work with Johns Hopkins University who created the definitive site on tracking the virus. There now trying to create. And I think we'll be going live shortly with the the definitive site on testing. We have that information that will be a great guide to governors and others on reopening senator. Sorry about that having technical issues here today. Let me just ask you though. I were doing the state by state because it's hard to come up with the federal plan when there's so many differences between the states but even within the states there are huge differences. cases obviously are much higher in the cities and congested areas and in states where you have lots rural areas Right outside some of those cities. That may be a big part of the problem. Too Do you. Do you think this needs to go almost by a on a county by county basis or is that problematic? I think we need to look at it. Both state and region-wide. You know my state Virginia very very large state you know. I live up in the greater Washington area. You know you can't just open northern Virginia without dealing with DC and Maryland on the other hand. We've got parts of our state. Southern Virginia South side South West Virginia. Eight or nine hours away. They might have a different reopening schedule. But even some of those rural communities we've seen counties with a dramatic spike so I do think you need flexibility. Here there will be some regional reopenings. But you gotTa have that testing equipment and one of the other things. I hope we can get to. We're also going to try to do in terms of restarting the economy in terms of federal support. Because I've got some different ideas there as well and I want you to explain that to us ways of trying to reach out and help small businesses as well as what we've already seen what we've what we've got right now is we've we've got kind of a barbell approach where we've done a very generous program for the airlines and parts of air cargo and even with the challenges with small businesses five hundred and under we've got the eight weeks of of payroll and a little bit of overhead. We've done frankly nothing for the middle market the so-called mainstream facility. I don't think the take-up rates going to be very great. There's no loan forgiveness. We've got this cliff affect if you're under five hundred you get everything taken care of if you've got seven hundred employees you've got nothing so looking at how our reaction has been with the numbers which. I'm sure we'll see a little bit later this morning. Four or five additional million additional unemployed. Maybe we ought to take a step back since this is probably not going to be v-shaped recovery and look at actually what Europe has done and actually put together a paycheck support program paycheck security program. I've laid out some ideas there and we've got support on this idea ranging from Bernie Sanders on the left to Josh. Holly a very conservative senator from Missouri. On the right and a whole series of kind of opinion pages from left to right the Europeans have only seen a two to four percent increase in unemployment. Because they've had this direct payroll support Our plan would get rid of some of the problems around the P P P program. You'd have to actually show a twenty percent revenue decline. So you wouldn't have some of the abuses taking place we would use the payroll processors to provide direct payroll support for folks up and down the food chain and might be a chance as we look at this covert four package. Then we'll come up in a couple of weeks to step back and say if this is going to continue this level of support for the next few months we may learn from what's happening What better approaches from abroad candidly right now with six trillion dollars that we've already put out before the five hundred billion today when you add into thirteen three fed lending facility. You know there may be a smarter. Way To distribute those resources senator some interesting ideas and ways of refining this We hope you'll come back as we move closer towards Kind of addressing the nest factions package. Tim Thank you for your time today

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Ubisoft is getting a new. Managing director can be a little confusing to track all the various ubisoft studios. And What Games. They individually work on. Especially when they all seem to at one point or another. Have their hands in some facet of assassin's creed but UBISOFT? Paris is known predominantly for its work on the ghost recon series and the just dance series and it is getting a new managing director Marie. Sophia Wahlberg has been with Ubisoft for more than twenty five years. Patrick Shanley for the Hollywood reporter reported on to Bert's new role writing to Aubert has been with the company for more than twenty years most recently serving as VP corporate affairs. She also was a director of human resources and communications for various ubisoft studios throughout France Ubisoft. Paris studio has been a pillar of Ubisoft for the last twenty seven years developing many of Ubisoft most well known games and flagship technologies. I'm extremely proud to lead this talented group of people as we look ahead towards new opportunities and projects to Walberg said Thursday in a statement. You we saw. Paris is the company's leading in house studio boasting more than seven hundred employees. It was launched in nineteen ninety two and is currently the largest game studio in France outside of D. Ghost recon and just dance series. The studio also developed Zyuganov's rabbits and Raymond Franchises. I think it's interesting. That things are being shaken up at ubisoft. Paris UBISOFT. Co Ms Gmo spoke last year. About how ghost RECON was disappointment in an earnings release and how it has led the company to reevaluate. How delivers live service games like ghost RECON and division and it looks like this might be an early indicator of how it is trying to change things. I do think the release cadence of Yousof Games will begin to look different over the course of the next five or so years in that they will generally slow down. Assassin's creed is already no longer and annual franchise which is frankly something. I am personally happy about and I hope the company will take that approach with. Its other big franchises in the future. The NINTENDO playstation sells for more than three hundred thousand dollars in an earlier episode of gaming ride home. I talked about a hyper rare intendo playstation console that was up for auction on the bidding website heritage auctions. Well the system has officially sold and it went for about three hundred thousand dollars on the site. I say about because the anonymous buyer apparently paid about three hundred eighty thousand dollars after some various premium editions. Eddie Macoutes reported on the sale for Gamespot writing the three hundred thousand dollar sale prices far and away the highest ever price paid for a single gaming item. The previous record belonged to a sealed unopened copy of Super Mario Brothers for any s that sold in two thousand nineteen four one hundred thousand one hundred and fifty dollars according to a report from the website. Us Gamer the identity of the winner was not revealed. Oculus VR founder Palmer lucky previously revealed himself to be the highest bidder at one point earlier in the auction period. But it's unclear if he was the winner in the end it totally could have been lucky. Who secured the sale but on? March sixth when the sale was completed lucky tweeted a picture of a double rainbow with the comment so intense. So I don't. I don't know how much we can really read into that. I'm guessing we pretty much shouldn't read anything into that at all. The nintendo playstation which is the colloquial term. The Internet has assigned to the rare hardware is the product of a failed partnership between Nintendo and Sony to potentially create a console with a cd-rom attachment. Those in the works prior to the release of the original playstation that partnership obviously never panned out but it did produce a handful of these prototypes which are very hard to come by. Which is why this thing sold for so much. I'm very curious to learn who bought it..

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Charlotte Russe discussed on Leland Conway

Leland Conway

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Charlotte Russe discussed on Leland Conway

"Retailer is biting the dust apparel, sell a Charlotte russe since closing all five hundred stores across the country, the Bank where retailer has eighty seven hundred employees. They'll liquidate all locations by the end of April. Meanwhile,

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Amazon Still Grows Without New York HQ2

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Amazon Still Grows Without New York HQ2

"Amazon's decision to abandon its two point five billion dollar plan for a New York City headquarters, you may have heard about it could disrupt redevelopment and dash hopes for a surge in hiring in the neighborhood of Long Island city. However, one entity unlikely to suffer that much Amazon. That's according to the Wall Street Journal's Jay green. He joins us now via Skype in Seattle to explain hey, Jay China. So we've been talking so much as has everyone about, you know, the New York headquarters Amazon pulling out of its regional plans to establish one there too big tech hub for Amazon, but that's just one of many. So what other tech hubs out there are gaining traction as of late in terms of attention in terms of places Amazon wants to make sure it is established. What you know? So Amazon has would it close tech hubs which are eighty or more Louise in seventeen locations in North America? And so the biggest maybe. Not surprising. That's out of Seattle would be the bay area. There are a lot of tech employees. They I think Amazon has about seven thousand employees. They are you know, they they have facilities with pretty large staffs in Boston in Los Angeles. In Austin, Texas, New York remains one of the biggest locations for employees in the company absolutely intends to continue hiring in New York. It's just not going to build that that massive second headquarters or maybe third headquarters there, right? And the the fight for technology workers among these big tech companies. You know, it's always been incredibly competitive. I can't imagine that. That's changed. Yeah. I think it's even more. So it certainly is competitive among, you know, the big tech company is like being on addition to Amazon, Google, Microsoft and others. The thing that's going on a lot of non tech companies are really racing to build up their text app. So you see, you know, these these multinational corporations that. Have money to spend. They went to have good strong text apps as well. And so they're competing for those workers to and despite these big plans to hire, you know, the announcement to pull out of the York brought a lot of attention on the pushback from politicians and the community, you know, Amazon's public retreat in such a way, some some say didn't look very good to say, the least is they're concerned that this could hinder progress in development in hiring. Is this not a setback? And if you know how how big of a setback is it I should say it's clearly going to be a setback when a company says it's going to do something. And then decides it's not going to the question really that. I think some folks are asking is what does that mean? You know, what is the damn sense brand not just brand for consumers, but brand for potential workers, and I've talked to some folks who say, you know, could could hurt on the margins. I don't know that it's a big massive blemish. But there may be folks who look at this in and give second thought I don't know how big that number is. I don't even know how to measure it. But I think there's some. You know, some folks out there in in tech industry, or at least raising that question. Right. And you know that this expansion is a long game that will play out over decades. You know, hiring is going to be quite slow. We're still in the very early stages of a very big project here, there are a lot of you know, scores to settle and this is not exactly going to happen tomorrow. Yeah. And and even Amazon head added the H Q two in New York, they were only planning to hire about seven hundred employees in two thousand nine hundred. So it was going to take some time to build up the twenty five thousand target that that the company had an -ticipant did. So, you know, listen Amazon's gonna keep hiring. They're going to keep hiring in New York. Probably not at the pace that they had anticipated just a couple of weeks ago, but you know, Amazon's gonna continue to grow in. It's going to continue to need a more employee's for the foreseeable future in that probably happened in New York and elsewhere,

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"US seventy and on the flip side of that coin more than seven hundred employees at the boy hill plants in Caldwell county will be laid off the parent company heritage home group has filed a bankruptcy petition in US. Bankruptcy court the employee's reportedly received a sixty. Day advance notice a plant closings and layoffs a heritage home, spokesman, says however there have been active discussions with. Potential buyers North Carolina State house committee is, studying schools safety challenges around, the state the house panel plans to hold six meetings in the months ahead across the state with the first being held today, in, Charlotte Greensboro police and homeland security officers sees more than twenty two pounds Of crystal meth and. Arrested five people the arrest come after a long term investigation into narcotics trafficking that led them. To the forty two hundred block of west market street where they also found cocaine drug paraphernalia and weapons all five men are being held in the gopher county jail under a one million dollar bond each under various weapons. And narcotics charges and President Trump is coming. To North Carolina and this could affect holiday travel for some, folks, Trump is set to make an appearance tomorrow. In south Charlotte and signing an executive order, on retirement security at central, Piedmont community college and his visit could cause temporary flight restrictions at Charlotte Douglas international airport stay connected follow us on social media, go, to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect Come more and more thunderstorms. Showing up in the forecast here, for late week strays. Storms possible this afternoon, the triangle. But most of the actions in western North Carolina low nineties today. Seventy-two tonight with. Early evening storms possible forty percent chance thundershowers tomorrow high of? Ninety I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, and one of six one FM talk are you taking by Agra..

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Atlantic dash foundation Dot com Doing now with the opinion piece, from, Labor Secretary Robert Reich Suppose just suppose Robert Muller finds overwhelming and indisputable evidence that Trump conspired with. Putin to rig, the election and the rigging determine the outcome. In other words Trump's presidency is not authorized under the constitution suppose, these findings are so compelling that even Trump loyalists desert him the Republican party. Decides it's had, enough and Fox News calls for? His impeachment do you believe what are these people fantasizing about this is often real and I still haven't got to, the PA's Impeachment would remedy Trump's high crimes. And misdemeanors but impeachment would not remedy Trump's unconstitutional presidency because it, would leave in place his vice president his White House staff and cabinet as. Well as the, executive orders he issued and all? The legislature when he signed on the official record of his presidency The. Only response the only response to an unconstitutional presidency is to annul it a moment would repeal, all of it unconstitutional presidents appointments and executive actions and would eliminate the official word and the, record of the, presidency annulment would recognize it all such appointments actions. In records were made without constitutional authority the constitution does not specifically provide for annulment dammit But, read as a whole the constitution Liege to the logical conclusion that annulment is the appropriate remedy for one after all is. Supreme court declares, legislation it doesn't comport with the constitution null. And void as if it had never been passed These these this guy is a professor at Berkley he's losing his mind they all are Stay connected with one zero six one FM talking. Iheartradio station I Mike Hamrick a thousand new jobs could be coming to the Greensboro area public supermarkets is opening up a regional distribution center more than seven hundred, employees, at the Royal plants in Colorado county will be laid off the company filed bankruptcy Greensboro. Police and homeland security officers sees more than twenty two pounds of crystal meth and arrested five people judges are throwing out. Child abuse charges in the case against five adults arrested at that remote New Mexico compound it was because of a legal technicality former President Bill Clinton will speak. At tomorrow's funeral for Aretha Franklin and Detroit public. Schools will. Be shutting off drinking water. After tests revealed, elevated, levels, of lead and copper stay connected follow us. On. Social media go to one oh six. One FM talk dot. Com to connect Come more and more thunderstorms. Showing up in the forecast here for late week strays storms possible this afternoon and the triangle but most of the actors in western North Carolina.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"One FM talking iheart. Radio station I. Mike Hamrick a lot of new jobs could be coming to the. Greensboro area public supermarkets is opening up a regional distribution center that could employ a thousand people governor corporate broke the news yesterday during an annual luncheon with the Greensboro chamber. Of commerce the center will be built on three hundred fifty acres near Birch creek road and. US seventy and on the flip side of that coin more than seven hundred employees at the hill plants in Caldwell county will be laid off the parent company heritage home group has filed a bankruptcy petition in US. Bankruptcy court the employee's have reportedly received a sixty day advance notice of plant closings and layoffs a heritage home, spokesman, says however there have been active discussions with. Potential buyers North Carolina State house committee is studying school safety challenges around, the state the house panel and plans to hold six meetings in the months ahead across the state with the first being held today, in, Charlotte, Greensboro police and homeland security officers sees more than Twenty two pounds of crystal meth and. Arrested five people the arrests come after a long term investigation into narcotics trafficking that led them. To the forty two hundred block of west market street where they also found cocaine drug paraphernalia and weapons all five men are being held in the gopher county jail under a one million dollar bond each under various. Weapons charges and President Trump is coming to North Carolina and this could affect holiday travel for some folks Trump, is, set to make an appearance tomorrow in south. Charlotte and signing an executive order on retirement security at central Piedmont community, college and his visit could cause temporary flight restrictions at Charlotte Douglas international airport stay connected follow us on social media go to one, oh, six, one FM talk dot com to connect.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on Self Made Man

"And if you're looking to implement a comprehensive digital marketing campaign across all major social platforms and devices than Vander is the company that you call within the past few years, they've grown to more than seven hundred employees and revenue that's now well into the nine figures. So how did he do it? How did Gary create and scale vein or media into one of the fastest growing ad agencies in the world? Well, our guest today has been a huge part of their growth. His name is James or Seaney. So James is vain media's COO and essentially he's the man behind the scenes whose primary job is to bring Gary's vision to life. So today you're going to get a completely unique look behind the curtain of Gary, how he builds his businesses and how they've grown Vader media. You're going to find out how James and Gary met and how they run and scale the business and what you need to look for most when hiring a COO just like James for your business, make sure that you stick around till the very end because Vader media, how some fantastic mentoring programs for smaller businesses in solo entrepreneurs that I was unaware of and that I think you will find incredibly valuable. Now before we dive in to apologize ahead of time for the popping noise that you're gonna hear during this interview after trying several different microphones. We finally figured out that the audio Jack on James's computer was broken, and there was really no way to avoid the noise if his microphone cable moved at all, it made a little popping sound, but we've taken out. As many of them as we can during the editing process. And thankfully it got a lot better as the interview and on. But I just wanted to let you know about that head of time with that being said, please help me welcome this e, o of Vader media, James or Seaney, James Orsini, welcome to self made man. I am incredibly excited about our conversation today. Thanks for joining us, Mike. It's my pleasure. Thank you for having me on the show. Yeah, absoulutely. So our audience are all big fans of Gary v volleyed him since day one. Gosh, it's been seven, eight, nine years since he started with wine library and his YouTube videos, and it's been awesome to watch his progress. And now the the growth of vein or media over the last couple of years has been really neat to watch and you are. You are the COO you're the man behind the scenes running the entire operation. So I would love to know how you and Gary initially connected and then how you eventually ended up at the helm there. It's it's actually a funny story. I sat next to Gary brother AJ about nine years ago at Seton Hall university basketball game, and we got the talking and he said how he and his brother enough. You guys just started a social media advertising company. I was a chief operating officer saatchi-and-saatchi advertising at the time, and I asked him if he wanted to come down and see what it's like when he gets big any took me up on it and we spend some time together businesses that either were writer low to swallow for for Saatchi. I would give him look all the tape them. And then we sort of had a mentor relationship where he would call me up, but asked, if do I know somebody does that have ever done that, how would I handle this? So we stayed in touch. And then later became the CEO of a company called cdo mobile, which trades on the NASDAQ and I had developers. In Boise, Idaho at the time they developed something that they thought would be right for Facebook is about four years ago now and they said, who can we show it to? And I said, you know, I notice kid AJ social media company, so let me get McCall and he's like, yeah, sure. Come on. I went into this Park Avenue office. There were two hundred and fifty. People are like, oh my God. This company is four guys cubicle anymore. So I had a three year contract with Cedo. I stood three and a half years, and I just kinda picked up the phone call to tell him. I was getting back into the big advertising space. I'd seen again in New York City. And his question was eight, James. Have you ever met my brother Gary? Now he said, it'd be ever heard of my brother Gary..

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"System is the problem we don't need a new hospital here we don't we don't need the we don't need to billion dollars or billion dollars to build a new hospital in manchester new hampshire for veterans we have twenty six private hospitals that that the beds are not being used it's not a night in new hampshire went all those beds are full and most of these hospitals fact probably running at about a thirty percent occupancy rate and i gotta tell you even if you try to build a new hospital if a veteran he's a heart procedure i don't know about you i'd rather go to the cardiac care unit at catholic medical center right up the road here i'd rather get a joint replacement at basque the bedford ambulatory surgical center where they're doing them every day you're never gonna be able to compete with the private sector with a va hospital i'm sorry the care is better more innovative more technology they keep up with it better the federal government goes slower this is common sense stuff folks so here's the deal i guess more no offence i there's a lot of good people that work at the va really good people that care about veterans care many of them have veterans but this more than seven hundred employees to manchester via i don't know what they do every day in all due respect i mean it you telling me they couldn't attend or twenty percent cut here's the deal keep the va's open in the country let them do therapeutic services counseling and other things and let the veteran get a card if they want to go to the va fine but they're not even doing surgeries at the manchester via anymore it's closed let him go to the private sector cut to the chase cut to the chase it's a public private partnership in fact if you want to really the va should be kept open as they age and facilities age with all these private hospitals that are underused just let the va what the veterans go to these hospitals as patients what the va system pay for give them a real card this is so damn commonsensical it's frustrating and you know what i don't see much changing because the the system itself will fight change and it will fight innovation it will.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum australia today announced his expelling to russian diplomats the latest nation to show displeasure with russia over the nerve agent attack of a former russian spy and his daughter in england npr's lucian kim is in moscow waiting for how russia will respond the kremlin has always said it responds reciprocally to these kind of actions after britain expelled twentythree russians earlier this month russia waited three days before expelling the same amount of british diplomats but then it also closed the british council which is a very popular cultural institute institution here in moscow the us diplomatic presence here in russia's already been severely cut that happened last summer when putin said the us had to cut staff by more than seven hundred employees so consular services in russia already working on a shoestring the us has three consulates outside of moscow so it's possible they could be affected and there are also worries that the anglo american school here in moscow might become a target npr's lucian kim facebook chief mark zuckerberg says he won't appear before the british parliament's media committee but we'll send someone else larry miller reports the lawmakers are investigating how data from fifty million users may have been inflated by cambridge analytica before the election of donald trump committee chairman damian collins says he's willing to hear evidence from facebook's chief product officer chris cox but that's not good enough we would select hit from mr zuckerberg as well either in person or by video link the media committee then heard cambridge analytica whistle blower christopher widely explain why he decided to go public about the misuse of facebook data when donald trump was elected i don't think that military solid mission operations is conducive for any democratic process weather as the us presidential or local council race and about cambridge analytica itself they don't care whether or not what they do is legal as long as it gets the job done for npr news i'm larry miller in london the commerce department says the.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We'll ask one of president trump's national security advisers what led to the decision to kick out the russian agents i'm noel king and i'm david greene will get you from moscow a veteran russian journalists says sanctions they hurt kicking out diplomats it's a slap in the face that plays into putin's hands also fears in china over a possible us north korean summit and why former federal trade commission official is skeptical of facebook's apology tour it's tuesday march twenty seven the godfather won best picture at the oscars forty five years ago today the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum australia today announced it's expelling to russian diplomats the latest nation to show displeasure with russia over the nerve agent attack of a former russian spy and his daughter in england npr's lucian kim is in moscow waiting for how russia will respond the kremlin has always said it responds reciprocally to these kind of actions after britain expelled twentythree russians earlier this month russia waited three days before expelling the same amount of british diplomats but then it also closed the british council which is a very popular cultural institute institution here in moscow the us diplomatic presence here in russia has already been severely cut that happened last summer when putin said the us had cut staff by more than seven hundred employees so consular services in russia already working on a shoestring the us has three consulates outside of moscow so it's possible they could be affected and there are also worries that the anglo american school here in moscow might become target and the is listen cam facebook chief mark zuckerberg says he won't appear before the british parliament's media committee the will send someone else larry miller reports the lawmakers are investigating how data from fifty million users may have been inflated by cambridge analytica before the election of donald trump committee chairman damian collins says he's willing to hear evidence from facebook's chief product officer chris cox but that's not good enough we would select from mr zuckerberg has well either in person or by video link the media committee then heard cambridge analytical whistle blower christopher wiley explain why he decided to go public about the misuse of facebook data when donald trump was elected i don't think that military solid mission operations is conducive for any democratic process weather as the us presidential our local councillors.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from FOX searchlight presenting. I love dogs from filmmaker. Wes Anderson voice talents includes Bill Murray. Francis McDormand Bryan Cranston and Edward Norton. Now playing in select theaters. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora raum AUstralia today announced it's expelling to Russian diplomats the latest nation to show displeasure with Russia over the nerve agent attack of a former Russian spy and his daughter in England. NPR's Lucian, Kim is in Moscow waiting for how Russia will respond. The Kremlin has always said it responds reciprocally to these kind of actions after Britain expelled. Twenty-three Russians earlier this month, Russia waited three days before expelling the same amount of British diplomats. But then it also closed the British Council, which is a very popular cultural institute institution here in Moscow the US diplomatic presence here in Russia's already been severely cut. That happened last summer when Putin said the US had to cut staff by more than seven hundred employees. So consular services in Russia already working on a shoestring. The US has three consulates outside of Moscow. So it's possible. They could be affected. And there are also worries that the Anglo American school here in Moscow might become target and the is listen Cam, Facebook, chief, Mark Zuckerberg says, he won't appear before the British parliament's media committee, but we'll send someone else. Larry Miller reports the lawmakers are investigating how data from fifty million users may have been inflated by Cambridge Analytica before the election of Donald Trump committee chairman Damian Collins says he's willing to hear evidence from Facebook's chief product officer, Chris Cox, but that's not good enough. We would select hit for Mr.. Zuckerberg has, well, either in person or by video link, the media committee then heard Cambridge Clinica whistle blower Christopher Wiley. Explain why he decided to go public about the misuse of Facebook data when Donald Trump was elected. I don't think that military style mission operations is conducive for any democratic process, whether it's a US presidential or a local council race and about Cambridge analytic itself. They don't care. Whether or not what they do is legal as long as it gets the job done for NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London. The Commerce Department says the twenty twenty cents is will include a question about citizenship. NPR's haunt Seila Awang reports, California state attorney general is filing a lawsuit against the Trump administration to stop that question from being at it. The Commerce Department is directing the census bureau to a citizenship question because of the Justice department which says it needs a better count of citizens old enough to vote in order to enforce the Voting Rights Act, but some civil rights groups questioned. The timing of this requests may note that ever since the Voting Rights Act has been enacted, the government has relied on estimates of how many citizens are in the US adding a citizenship question. Now they say, could jeopardize the accuracy of the twenty twenty cents. It's numbers and that data argues reporting seats in congress and redistricting. So rights groups are urging congress to overturn the Commerce Department's decision and warned that lawsuits may becoming on Luang NPR news, New York. This is NPR news. A new study says, the consumption of antibiotics globally is skyrocketing despite calls from the World Health Organization to reduce their use NPR's Jason vogue reports. The worldwide rise in antibiotic use is being driven by a huge increase in sales in low and middle income countries between the two thousand and twenty fifteen. The annual global consumption of antibiotics jumped sixty, five percent in India. It went up one hundred and fourteen percent despite warnings that overuse of penicillin and other common antibiotics is fueling the growth of unstoppable. Superbugs people are taking more of these drugs now than ever before. What it suggests is that all of this talk about reducing inappropriate use hasn't reduced inappropriate use Ailey Klein with the center for disease dynamics, economics, and policies. The lead author of the new report. He says, even in western countries where the calls for antibiotic restraint have been, the loudest consumption remains about the same level. It was in the year two thousand. Jason on NPR news authorities in great mills, Maryland, say a seventeen year old student who opened fire at a high school last week, died from a self inflicted gunshot wound during a confrontation with a school resource officer earlier, Austin Rowlands shot a sixteen year old girl with whom he once had a relationship. She later died. Linda Brown has died. She was the Brown and the famous supreme court decision Brown versus board of education which struck down racial segregation in schools. Her father had sued when she was denied admittance to a white school. Her sister confirmed her death Sunday into Pika. No cause was given Linda Brown with seventy five. I'm Nora raum NPR news in Washington.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Enter coordinated action carries more weight than than the us acting alone one thing has did say is that these moves were ordered by president trump but the president himself has been silent we haven't seen him speak about russia let's talk about russia lucian what's been the response so far from the kremlin it's hard to tell i mean the kremlin has always said it responds reciprocally to these kind of actions after britain expelled twentythree russians earlier this month russia waited three days before expelling the same amount of british diplomats but then also closed the british council which is a very popular cultural institute institution here in moscow the us diplomatic presence here in russia has already been severely cut that happened last summer when putin said the us had to cut staff by more than seven hundred employees so consular services in russia already working on a shoestring the us has three consulates outside of moscow so it's possible they could be affected and there are also worries that the anglo american school here in moscow might become target what does it mean when consular services are stretched thin what are they actual impacts for people who live in russia these are very real impacts it means that people trying to get visas especially people trying to travel for pleasure for business students that they're having much longer wait times people out outside a moscow who would normally go to their local consulate now have to travel to moscow it's basically slowed slowdown visa applications to really a crawl and many russians are actually going abroad to apply for us visas it isn't just a symbolic move no and it actually affects russian citizens more than any americans scott what do you think the end goal is here for the white house do we have a sense that this signals the trump administration is getting more hawkish about russia and its tempts to interfere in the us you know we've seen sort of mixed signals from the trump administration on the one hand we have actions like the one taken yesterday with regard to these diplomats or the sanctions that were announced recently by the treasury department against those who were involved in meddling with the us.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And while you minutes thing he gets the north pole igf all right one last thing hundreds of epa employees are no more under trump according to a times and propublica poke propublica report they say that let's go to this graphic um they say tr uh actually i don't know if we have it but are the times of propublica reported that the departures were buyouts retirements and individuals quitting but uh total more than seven hundred employees including more than two hundred scientists have disappeared from the epa despite the decrease in science posts there has been an uptick in political appointees according to this proposal publika and new york times report at the epa according to friday's report 73 jobs have been failed at the epa by in the office of epa administrator scott pruitt to replace 53 openings there's been hiring freeze that the epa um one person one of the epa workers union representative says that uh there was a hiring freeze of and the trump administration's seeks to get rid of thirty one hundred fall in fulltime employees and the budget set hints it up of upwards of thousand um so of course the epa is under attack in addition to scott pruitt being in charge of it who is suing the epa when he took the post but trump is still building walls to combat climate change that seems to be the only place he's taking a stand against climate change uh he's building two walls one wall will be two thousand feet long while the other will be eight hundred forty feet long the times said the barriers will be made out of limestone rock and placed in front of holds one nine an eighteen and his golf course in ireland the irish independent reported it there will be thirty eight thousand tonnes and so he's taking apart the epa however um in which seems to imply that he does not believe in climate change however his permit application today.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on WTVN

"With fifty two what you say if your weather station news radio 610 wtvn hurricane erma continues to weaken as it storms through the northwestern coast to florida this morning the national hurricane center's latest advisory has the storms winds down to seventy five miles an hour or men's expected to weaken to a tropical storm later this morning banned abc's marci gonzales has more from tampa worth of getting a good amount of rain and wind gusts stained when really don't seem to be quite as powerful as they were a bit earlier we digits here about a reported wind gust and tampa bay though of ninety miles and hours left the knowsley for for them this area they were expecting a storm surge between heat for this area but now they're saying it could be it out half georgia governor nathan deal is warning that his entire state will be impacted by your though it's expected to be downgraded to a tropical storm shortly before or after it exits florida deals urging residents to stay off the roads and not get on them until clear to do so to avoid a mass exodus at a lot of uh a epo high workers are in florida helping the response to earn the call for service involves more than seven hundred employees today marks a sixteenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks nearly three thousand people died when four hijacked airliners crashed into the world trade center complex the pentagon and a field near shanksville pennsylvania on september 11th of two thousand one the nine eleven attacks stunned the nation and led to massive changes in airline security at abc six is mike mccarthy on what kind of memorials are planned around central ohio today more than twenty nine hundred flags that are lining the lawn there downtown columbus as part of that memorial it's hard to tell from the ground but this flags are actually.

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"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

KMJNow Radio

02:01 min | 5 years ago

"more than seven hundred employees" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

"Money for those lost on september eleventh summer birdies from the world of sports and entertainment converged in new york to raise money in memory of nine eleven victims the celebs joined the financial firms kanter fitzgerald nbpc partners which lost more than seven hundred employees and the attacks on the world trade center one hundred per cent of today's revenues were two needed to kanter's relief fund and charities around the world so far charity day has raised more than a hundred twenty five million dollars fourteen espn los angeles that you can't baited it's great that you know it's a way to give back and if it's for the victims in new york city in nine eleven is is there i mean aside from charities i would argue that help cancer in children is there any other higher calling no end heavily tried to turn nine eleven into like a national day of giving i don't know that's really taken all i know it's now patriot that was golf but it does nothing to that just the holiday itself but i don't know about national day of giving but i mean to give backers of blood yeah exactly start there again that's that's nothing you can do local it's always needed absolutely thank you matt we're going to check in with alex that we had a monday night football double header last night and it was camp by the niners and the new elway ran we'll get sports and one minute on fresno's morning news on kmj the one hundred years through group are you thinking about buying north building a home than green door real t can help a local company of the gives you the individual attention you deserve currently the market is great so for a limited time green your real tea is offering a special deal if you list your home with them grigor real t represents both buyers and sellers and is now offering free informational seven ours call now to a attended no obligation seminar where you can learn the process and talked directly to the realtors and i guess real estate attorney this no cost seminar has limited seating so call now for one two seven.

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