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05:55 min | 1 year ago

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"As Frank Motech, new ratings on real estate in Los Angeles. Orange County, San Diego Ventura County and the inland empire with me. Now, Dr Frank note half the chief economist core logic which put out the latest report on home sales and home prices Frank. Thank you very much joining the here in the studio, and take it from the top tell us what's going on here. Yeah. What we found with that for the month of April. The meeting sales price rose quickly as we had seen like last year. So in LA prices were up about three percent in Orange County. They were up two point eight percent over the past year. Now, of course a year ago. Prices were rising, a lot more rapidly. We we're seeing seven eight percent increases. So clear moderation in price growth, the total number of home sales still down from what they were last April down about three percent. Then what are you seeing out in the Yellen empire? Well, we're, we're also continuing to see some rise in home prices. The median sales price was up about three point six percent. So that's in Riverside County. So. We're seeing prices rising, but much much more moderately compared to a year ago, or what about in San Diego in Ventura County is also included in your southern California report. San Diego is flat. So we're seeing some softness in the San Diego market already in Ventura County. See also flan, right? Yeah. That's right. Ventura was also flat in terms of median sales price and, and the total. Number sales still down a little bit from last April. The good news though, is that we saw a really good pick up and sales between March and April sales were up cross, so Cal by about eleven percent between March and April. And that's a much bigger jump than we normally see between March, and April, of course those of us have been doing this for awhile, including yourself. Frank, remember that it was a San Diego based on the SNP case Schiller, index at the start of the downturn. That was the first market that saw a downturn in prices, and, and we're seeing here, a flat price prices there in San Diego, any Canaries in the coal mine, based on what you're seeing here at the moment, we have some really great news in terms of mortgage rates mortgage. Traits have come down further in the latest survey from Freddie MAC, three point nine nine percent for thirty year fixed rate mortgages. That's the lowest in sixteen months. That's a shot in the arm for homebuyers. All right. So certainly low mortgage rates. In fact, lows who seen so far this year? Right in two thousand nineteen with that latest arena. Reading coming out to is fueling things here at the moment. Where do you see things go from here? Well with mortgage rates so much lower than they were a year ago. In fact, compared to one year ago mortgage rates are six tenths of a percentage point lower and with family, incomes up. Those are the two necessary ingredients keeps propelling home sales further. So I'm expecting that the June July numbers for home sales will actually turn out to be quite good. We also got the SNP case Schiller core logic report out this past week, showing home price appreciation is easing off, nationwide right, including in the Los Angeles area. So what do you see had as far as home price appreciation, or as the case may be? We saw. Dramatic slowdown in home price growth over the last nine to twelve months here in the LA area. Prices are up but they're only up about one to two percent compared to a year ago. That's much much slower than what the pace who were seeing last spring. But I do think now with mortgage rates so low, that's going to really help the promote sales, we're going to see a pickup in home price, growth later this year for LA birth. We're expecting about a four percent rise in home prices over the course of twenty nineteen certainly affordability being the big issue in this market low mortgage rates, a real blessing for people in the market here at the moment as well as for the mortgage folks, and for the realtors, what do you think we are here in this current housing cycle? Well, I do think we're pretty late in the cycle rate. Now we've already seen a lot of price growth from the trough. In fact, if we measure home price, growth in the LA market from the trough and prices back in two thousand twelve prices are up about eighty percent. So I think we're getting pretty late in the cycle. It really does help to have mortgage rates. Come down. The lowest level in sixteen months, that's really gonna help propel home-buying demand. What other changes these see coming up, perhaps, in, in Fannie and Freddie and some of the other important things that will be impacting real estate here in southern California. I tell you, it's a really interesting and exciting time back in, in Washington, DC area, especially among housing finance policy wants because we've got a new director, Mark labraya running. The Federal Housing finance agency, which is the conservator and the regulator for free, any mainframe MAC, and he's working very closely with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to actually come up with path forward to get the GS's of conservative ship. You were just in town for a big conference in, in Santa Barbara. Tell us about some of the big takeaways there and your presentation. Yes, this was the annual retreat of the less real estate center from USC was a great event at the Biltmore and Santa Barbara faculty from USC presented as well as a whole. Cross sector of corporate sponsors of the real estate center, who were speaking about what the latest trends are in residential, and in a non-residential properties, any big takeaways, what struck you as far as residential and commercials concerned. What's really interesting is kind of the new innovation that's coming into play in terms of, sharing of space, for example, in the residential aside. These cold living new construction sites, which are really ways to try to add density and keep homes as affordable as possible. More roommates more roommates. Yes. Exactly. Yes, it Frank note half chief economist at core logic here in southern California Frank. Thank you very much joining us, our Frank discussion on mortgage rates and the real estate sane. Thanks for having me Frank, coming up to the season for property tax collections that are more straight ahead on Motech on money. The next.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"motech" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"What's important to you. And we have Sharon that's the most important thing ever, their love more than survive. I love his just grown from that moment on stronger, and stronger father was backpacking in the Canadian Rockies that night and the next day. Heard what happened finally getting to sell surface. Dan, left me. We're okay. That was the longest two hours of my life. And on top of that this couple meta, the place, which no longer exists. The borderline. Bob real can't extend seventy radio six fifty ad KNX check of your money, your again prank Motech valley museum park, business booming worldwide attendance at ten of the biggest operators of amusement parks increased four percent last year and cross the half billion visitors Mark for the first time according to the report by the theme that are team association and the economics practice based e com global attendance at water parks increased by two and a half percent. And the top museums had relatively flat attendants last year. Turns out magic kingdom in Florida was the best attended park in the world with nearly twenty one million visitors last year followed by Disneyland here in Orange County with nearly nineteen million visitors. Looks like a Sea World also making a comeback and of Disney parks, by the way, far exceeded the closest competitor Merlin entertainment, which owns the legal and parks and other attractions, Merlin parks and attractions. Sixty seven. Visitors last year increase of one and a half percent. We'll talk market rallying right now. The Dow's up one hundred twenty five points, NASDAQ fifty the s&p five hundred twelve we check him plenty in fifty Frank Motech from the capital, money, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio wanna be a stormtrooper at galaxy's edge. There's open casting calls today. We'll tell you about it coming up in ninety seconds. It's six fifty one.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Fifty. Motech China trade deal in doubt after the president's latest tweets and markets reacted overnight. The Shanghai composite in China dropped nearly six percent. We got off to a rough start or the Dow plunged nearly five hundred points ran out of the gate right now. We've trimmed those losses were down to two hundred forty four points here at the moment. The NASDAQ which started the day at a record high sliding ninety five points the s&p five hundred down twenty nine they president's tweets over the weekend came into Chinese allegation was due to resume talks in Washington on Wednesday. It's unclear whether those talks will go forward. Now. The president basically threatened to increase tariffs on imports from China at a time when investors were expecting trade tensions to subside. In fact, summit expected to deal this week taking a look at the price of oil. It's also moving lower now down thirty three cents at sixty one and change gold down a dollar fifty at twelve seventy nine big brokerage company. Fidelity reportedly getting into bitcoin trading world's most popular digital asset. They could be. Buying and selling bitcoin within the next couple of weeks. According to Bloomberg we check money pointing fifty each hour. The next update at eight twenty Frank Motech from the capital money desk next seventy NewsRadio legalize marijuana. How about magic mushrooms? We'll tell you about the city. That's putting that to the voters tomorrow coming up in ninety seconds at seven fifty one. So you've got this new echo gadget. It can do a lot of clever things after all they do call it. A smart speaker. Maybe the smartest thing of all is using it to listen to KNX just.

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03:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Back to more Motech on money. Continues as Frank Motech north and South Korea will be back in the spotlight in the week ahead when President Trump meets in Vietnam with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN this week and a Korean American entrepreneur who appeared on the TV show, the apprentice as put Korean beauty products in the spotlight just in time for Hollywood's biggest night, and with us now, James son, the CEO and founder of L based beauty tap, James. Thanks for coming to the line. And I tell us about your concept and higher tap again to what had been an untapped market. Right. Yeah. Beauty shop is really bringing Asian beauty trays and products to the western world. And so it's really about cross-border now that we have the internet. We travel all around the world, we should have access to the best of the best from different continents. And so my background being Korean-American. I'm breaking and beauty at Asian beauty to the US. They call K beauty. Yeah. They do they call K duty. And it's quite popular. It's kind of taking California and Southern Cal Hollywood by storm because if you action study, how has actually gone global it's really because of Korean pop music like BTS, and k dramas, and so you could actually see that Korean beauty follows the trend of K popping k dramas and in particular to Los Angeles market LA has the second biggest Korean population outside the Seoul. And there's more skin care clinics in Korea and plastic. Researcher clinics in Korea per capita than anywhere else in the world in order for you to launch a product you have to be that good. That's very interesting. And of course, it's a big weekend for glamour here in Hollywood. Right. So tell us what you guys are going to be doing. Yeah, we have a brand new line called AZN lapsed, and it's a new line that uses an innovative ingredient caught after Vanson, which is the strongest anti oxidant in the world six thousand times, the percentage of the strength of vitamin C shocks that and we've been selected by the Oscars, and we're very honored to bring this to all the celebs in their gift bags, and we're actually the very first Asian beauty product ever selected for the Oscars. Tell us about your entrepreneurial background. I I started actually as a computer science major, and I went to Intel as an engineer for my first job. And then I became a management consultant and dented entrepreneur. And I have looked back and really I focus on consumer web and consumer ball ball. I love data. I'm like a data freak. And so I'm kind of the tech guy meets beauty guy. You got the right formula for for silicon beach and funding here, right? He also appeared on the apprentice years ago, so people may remember you from that as well. Yeah. That's a little Jenner story that I have is. I do know Donald Trump the president because I was on this reality show, the apprentice. And there was a while back. But in two thousand eight went on that show went all the way to the end. And I was a finalist and what happened then? Well, I went to the final at the Hollywood bowl in Los Angeles. And he picked the other girl. All right and the rest is history. Well, congratulations on your success since then James son, the CEO beauty tap. Thank you very much for coming to the line this weekend as well. Coming up the LAPD economic forecasts for twenty nineteen is out then a more straight ahead on Motech on bunny..

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Nathan Roberts Motech on money. Coming up in just a few moments. I on top local stories at eleven three a stolen car. That's been linked to a couple who six month old son is missing has been located. But CBS Laurie Peres says the young boy is still missing it could hold a vital clue in the search for six month old Jackson Manson officers recovered in south LA. They're hoping the car can tell them something about where the baby is since Jackson's parents aren't talking the baby last seen on New Year's Eve, and he was reported missing late last month. Police say they hope the young boy is somewhere with relatives. Just don't know about the search for him. Nobody was hurt. But there were some tense moments in LA's mid city area last night as a plant cell phone sale turned into an armed robbery instead with gunfire. Now this happened when man who had arranged online to buy a phone outside of Vons market at PICO boulevard and Fairfax avenue found out that the two guys who showed up didn't have a phone to sell. They just wanted his money during a scuffle one of the robbers fired a gun into the ground then they both took off CBS twos. Sarah Donte says police hope the incident will be a lesson to other people about buying stuff from stranger. They say the moral of the story is if you plan to sell something or buy something with somebody you met online, the very best place to do that is that a police station and not outside of a business at last word, the two robbers still on the loose that pilot whose plane broke apart and crashed into a Yorba. Linda home have been disciplined for dangerous flying. According to the LA times Antonio Pakistani had his license suspended twice by the FAA once in nineteen. In seventy seven and then again in nineteen eighty in one case, he falsely told air traffic.

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05:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Money continues as Frank Motech. Recapping our top story. Stocks have posted the best start to a new year and thirty two years coming off the worst year for the market since the two thousand eight financial crisis. We've seen an impressive rebound so far in twenty nineteen with me now for our extended market coverage Tyler Mathisen the accurate power lunch on CNBC tower. Thanks for joining us here this weekend. Are you follow this minute by minute as we do here? Give us your view of this impressive New Year's rally. Frank. It's great to be back with you. You know, all of the major indexes right now on track for a one week gain better than better than two percent. And that is pretty good year date. Folks, I'm telling you, it's been amazing. The s&p is up more than six the NASDAQ is up about seven the Dow Jones industrials up a little under six percent. And so that is a tremendous sort of comeback from where we were on Christmas Eve, which was an unwelcome gift with the market hit. It's it's period. Lows. Right in the worst, December one since nineteen thirty one so impressive bounce back. Now here in January and looks like the China trade news helped to perk up the mood this week. Right. Well, absolutely. That was a big thing that happened while we were on the air. Dow Jones report came over that potentially. Either was conversation within the administration to list, some of the tariffs that are in place with China or to suspend the imposition of others as a kind of carrot to draw China to the negotiating table and potentially get a deal. And then and then a Bloomberg report indicated that the Chinese have come to Washington with or are discussing a proposal under which China would buy a trillion dollars worth of additional American goods between now and twenty twenty four basically eliminating eliminating the three hundred billion dollar, plus a year trade deficit that we have in goods with China that of course, has been one of. Mr. Trump's signal issues with respect to China the trade deficit, and if he is able to get them to agree to that. And they actually follow through that would be a win for the president telling me ask you this. What are your market monitors saying about what the Fed's next move will be in the market goes from here, contributing to this good run that we've had so far this year has been fedspeak from chairman Powell and others indicating that they will much more open than we had previously thought to either slowing or pausing the pace of interest rate hikes, not really saying that we're done in raising interest rates, but that has been one of the constructive factors are one of the tailwinds as always say kind of a cliche tailwinds and Edwin for the market this month, so far my guess is that the economy is doing well inflation is virtually is totally under control. It would seem and that the fed probably won't be raising interest. Rates on the same schedule that they had before and that can only help stocks. So the fed has soften just a bit. The texture of its comments about what it's gonna do with interest rates, and how quickly it is going to in the parlance of of monetary experts unwind its balance sheet around the water cooler looks like the cannabis stocks have been talked about lately. Again, the Tyler of water are your folks they're saying about that's actor well, the puns just tumble. They have been lighting it up lately. Spoke with one investor who said to me. That of three of one of three major trends over the next sort of years of investing cannabis is going to be one of the really big ones. And and I don't doubt it because so many states are under pressure for to raise revenues, and this is a taxable product. There is a growing sense that the use of the drug for being able to snow purposes, but b also for recreational purposes ought to be decriminalized at the very least. So I think those stocks have some momentum and force behind them. I wouldn't begin to know which one is the one to go with. But there's also been some big companies like Altria like some of the beverage companies like some of the pharmaceutical companies that have gotten into these cannabis companies for either recreational or medicinal purposes. So that tells you that there's a real business there is that what your best buds you're telling you about my best. I gotta get on the bandwagon. With of course. Any other places where your Mark monitors would be putting money now indoor taking off the table. Well, I think actually this week some of the China trade related stocks have done very, well, it's a lot of material stocks some of the industrials some of the farm equipment manufacturers like Deere other companies like Caterpillar have done very, well, some of the agriculture stocks and soybeans because if we if China's going to import a lot more soybeans those can help. So if there is a trade resolution of some sort or another a good place to look, according to the people, we're talking to would be into those stocks that would benefit by whiter more open trade with China Tyler Madison anchor of power lunch on CNBC. And also you get out to Los Angeles. Every so often the Tyler with various events hope to see out here again soon. Thank you very much for joining us here this weekend. Frank always good to hear from you. Coming up a preview the holiday-shortened week ahead on the business scene that a more straight ahead on Motech on bunny..

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"In Glendale. This is on the eastbound side of the one thirty four right essential in downtown Glendale. But it has you backed up all the way to forest lawn. Next report coming up at eleven forty five hours with more traffic reports. More often can't extend seventy NewsRadio. Seventy three degrees downtown and beautiful sunshine and eleven thirty six Motech money continues as Frank Motech Nellie based tech company that aggregates consumer data for marketers. Now come up with a way for you. To claim your own data on your data verified and sell your. Data with me now. Christopher mclean. Oh, the CEO shrieks spelled S A X Christopher. Thank you very much for coming to line this weekend and tell us about the new app rolled out of the Consumer Electronics Show, and how this all works. Yeah. So the product is called big token, and it's it's live now and the apps store and in the play store and consumer sign up enter the platform, they share data about themselves, and they share information about things that they're interested in and they give the platform the right to be able to sell access to your data and exchange for monetary compensation. So instead of Facebook taking all of your information and selling it or Google taking all of your information selling which is happening every single day. There's information of yours that's out on the marketplace. That's being sold to different marketers. Then we put that money. Back in the hands of the consumer. So we say, look if you want to access my information, you're going to have to pay and we wanna be compensated directly instead of a third party being compensated for something that's truly value of yourself. You know of the consumer this is your information your data..

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03:43 min | 2 years ago

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"California. And it continues to blow with gusts up to forty miles per hour in the valley, and maybe fifty five mile per hour gusts in some of the areas in our past. And up into the mountains. Fifty six degrees right now, the Civic Center in Anaheim is fifty eight degrees and in Long Beach. It's fifty nine degrees in this. Wind is going to hang out we have wind advisory in effect through the day and early evening hours before it finally expires. But even after that, the wind will still be with us for some little while let's get back now to more Motech on money. A bunny continues as Frank Motech continuing my conversation with Dr Mohamed Al Oriente economic advisor, Ali aliens, former pimco, CEO Newport Beach and in the face of all the market vault. Selvi we've been talking about here. We're hearing a lot of commentary about the possibility of recession and worries about a bear market for twenty nineteen heading into the new year. Mohammed what's your outlook on the economy? So I don't see a recession in the baseline a recession is a risk scenario that has been heightened by the slowing economies of European China. And by the risk of bad market technicals contaminating economics, but that's a whisk. These are whisks the baseline is that we will continue to grow at two and a half to three percent. And let me explain why. Three engines of growth to this economy. The big ones. Consumer companies and the government to consumer is in really good shape. We continue to create lots of jobs and wages are now going up at three percent a year. So from a labor force point of view, the consumer has solid income there is dead. But it, but the consumer has sought income which is very important too is companies all in a good place balance, sheet wise, and there's some signs that business investment will continue to pick up, and then sturdy let's not forget that we have an overlay of government spending. So when I look at the tweet major drivers of growth in the US economy, they are not signaling recession. So in order to get a recession. We need a major policy mistake or a major market accident. But you don't get it based on the economy alone. Where are you putting money now and taking off the table? Let me tell you what I think people should look at when we get these bouts of volatility, and when passive investment has become so popular, you get what's called contagion, which another way of saying good, names and bad names, get treated the same. So it doesn't matter. You know, who you what company you are a passive fund selling it will sell across the board. So people who are familiar with different companies should pay particular attention to those with strong balance sheet. Good cash generation and solid business models, and they will find long-term opportunity in these names because these names are going to be contaminated unduly by what's happening returner environment. And the only thing that have to be ready for is to be able to stomach inevitable volatility. But I think that what we are seeing is more attractive opportunities being created and. People just have to focus on the three characteristics of solid balance sheet, high cash generation and good business models. Mohammed. Thank you very much for this privilege, and for your analysis during the course of the year, and of course, to wrap up what's been a tumultuous 2018 and looking ahead to two thousand nineteen look forward to speaking with you again, very very soon our annual forum, and thank you again, very very much for joining us here this weekend..

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05:35 min | 2 years ago

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"KNX ten seventy NewsRadio right now. We have sixty seven degrees in studio city. Culver city is at sixty six degrees at sixty two degrees in Agoura hills at eleven forty six as we get back to more Motech on money. Motech money continues as Frank Motech corporate, social responsibility matters more than ever at the age of the metoo movement in corporate America, so says Patsy door leading expert in the field of social impact corporate, social responsibility, diversity and inclusion and sustainability she oversees all of those functions at Thomson Reuters. She's also a Forbes magazine contributor and wrote about the subject recently. She also gave the keynote presentation at the recent state association of county retirement systems conference Patsy Dora. Thank you very much for joining me here this weekend and tell us about all these hot topics at the workplace these days. This is a critical an exciting time for these topics. Right because what's happening given the geopolitical environment that we're faced with on a global basis rising voices. Whether it's me too movement or otherwise, and certainly the rise of impact investing social impact is becoming that much more important for organizations to really take it seriously. And so what we're focusing on is how do you do that best and what organizations are doing it? Well, and why should organizations care about this stuff? Tells about the impact the metoo movement is having on corporate American it's beans that corporations have to take this stuff. Seriously. Right. So at the end of the day women's voices are rising we realized that they're fifty percent of the population, obviously. But certainly they represent a lot lower percentage and it varies by organization, but using the twenty s in terms of senior leadership positions, and it's a time where we need to address these issues at a faster pace than ever before it tells about the impact of the last election and more women being elected to congress and so forth. And what impact do you see that? I think that's great. And I I'm an optimist. So I think great things are happening. And the fact that there's more than one hundred women now in office is fantastic. I think it says a lot that these voices are getting louder and louder and women want to have a see that the table not only in corporations, but certainly in the government, and what he thinks should be some of the priorities in Washington to address some of the big issues we've heard about in the last year, or so, well, I think a couple of things first of all I believe very strongly that corporations have the biggest role to play here. But the other. Is really having those public private partnerships, and with example of California and the governor recently just about a month ago. Putting in place a requirement for women on boards. These are the types of things we want to see happening. That's the first state in the United States. I'd love to see other states followed suit. I think unfortunately, to be really honest, we need to put legislation in place at this point because we're just not making the progress we need to do you see any other states following California's lead on that? Well, other states are discussing. I I'm not sure I know of any particular state that's discussing it seriously at this point. But yeah, I suspect that we will see that change particularly in light of the election in light of this bold move, which is only a month old that we will see more states coming forward as far as socially responsible investing. The challenge is always been getting returns on those investments and give us an update on how things are going in that world these days. So that is also changing impact investing is on the rise. It's now a two hundred and fifty billion dollar industry on the rise at eighteen percent year on year increase. So what's happening is people? Are starting to see there is a positive correlation between social impact and the bottom line. We can't say there's a causation yet. But we can certainly say there's a positive correlation. People are starting to see investors in particular are starting to see that over time. The financial performance increases by investing in social impact. Give us some examples of the hot topics in that world getting away from gun companies, for example, or tobacco companies. What are some of the other hot topics in that area? That's a great one supply chain is the big topic. Right. So human trafficking and supply chain, particularly given the globalization of large organizations and not being able to fully understand or appreciate all of the depth and complexity of the supply chain to build out products. And so that's really really a hot topic. And there's multiple aspects to that. How do you monitor it how do you track? It. How do you make sure that things like human trafficking, and modern slavery, given the minds modern slavery act, for example, are not happening. That's the hottest topic today in that world should companies are to be vigilant or should we wait for Washington? What's your view on that companies need to be vigilant? Now, I'm coming from a corporate perspective, that's my background. And I believe that our role is stronger than ever an absolutely needed. We need to work not only as individual organizations, but as a collective to basically say in a perfect example of that is that three thousand companies have signed onto the UN global compact, which is basically committing to the sustainable development goals that were released by the UN three years ago. So you're starting to see this movement of companies coming together saying we're gonna do this. And we're gonna take it seriously since you follow this world so closely other companies that are shining examples of doing things, right? I get that question a lot, and I hesitate to answer it because I think every company has a good story to tell and some companies are doing it better than others industry-wide, historically, technology and financial services have struggled most with these topics. But that's absolutely changing. I can state that having. So what I just said that we did develop a diversity inclusion index a couple of years ago and the top four companies are Accenture. Medtronic's DIGOS and gap, and you can see to those four it's all different industries. So it's interesting times. That's your thank you very much for joining us here this weekend, absolutely anytime. Thank you. That's Patsy door who oversees corporate social responsibility diversity and inclusion and sustainability functions at Thomson Reuters coming up a preview the week ahead on the business scene that Amores straight ahead on Motech on money from Anaheim.

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"Over the internet this morning, and we've got an on our website at Cannock sensitivity dot com. Over is looking to restart testing the autonomous cars on public roads companies filed an application with the Pennsylvania department of transportation to test in Pittsburgh, nine fifty Germany. Here's Frank Motech. Good morning. Samantha Zimmer early on about the latest jobs report, the fading on new worries about U S, China trade talks, the US and China long way from reaching a trade deal. According to a senior Trump administration official telling CNBC this morning, the Dow which had pop more than one hundred points early on is now down two hundred six points. Employers can send you to add jobs at a quick clip in the month of October. No sign that hiring was going to slow down. And looks like the nation's unemployment rate is holding steady at a near fifty year low. We're seeing a apple having a very rough day down about seven percent to two oh, seven and change. The tech giant surprised investors by saying it will no longer disclose the number of iphones and cells each quarter apple sales in its lays quarter estimates for the holiday season. Both disappointing analysts take a look at where we stand right now with the price of oil. It is sliding down fifty five cents at sixty three fourteen even as the US reimposes sanctions against Iran. The Dow right now down to ten NASDAQ down one of three s and p five hundred down thirty we check in money at twenty and fifty Frank. Motech from the capital money desk. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio semi car already changed for a standard time. It already the clock is all funky already. So I had to change it back. Now, I have to change it again. Because this is the weekend. We fall back. I'm just complaining about my car, basically. Twenty-five clocks change at my house. That's a problem. We'll discuss more in two minutes. It's nine fifty one. Hey, small business owners, you know, that clear and straightforward communication is crucial. Like what you just heard? So when AT and T says one thing it actually means another well, it can get really frustrating, for example, AT and T now says they have fast internet what they really mean is basic internet was slow starting speeds that can't keep up with your business Spectrum Business internet starting speed. It's one hundred megabits per second much faster than AT and T, and what AT.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Jim Chenevey. Very dangerous situation. The panhandle of Florida and beyond there right now sustained wings of approximately one hundred fifty five miles per hour. It is very close to a category. Five stay tuned to KNX for more of our in depth team coverage as it happens. You'll hear it here on KNX twelve thirty two on KNX. It's been it's been a very rough day on Wall Street to say the least let's get an update now to the desk. KNX ten seventy s Frank Motech saying it'll will wind blowing on Wall Street with stocks taking a big tumble here just before the closing bell. The Dow down about six hundred points the worst one day drop who've seen in months. Bringing Kim forest now senior portfolio manager at fort Pitt capital group Kimba, give us your view, what's happening here. Well, a couple of things we are I worried about interest rates rising, and that kind of happened last week where interest rate suddenly jumped and then we got a couple of earnings report saying, hey, there's a slowdown in China. And we're going to have to kind of take down the earnings that we think we're gonna make for the rest of the year. So those two things have decided have changed the mind investors, and they're getting out of the higher priced stocks. And by that, I mean, the price to earnings ratio stocks that have high ratio and that is dragging down the market. So now stack is is leading the selloff, and the Dow is kind of lagging because it doesn't have that many texts names in it. Kim will continue to follow it Kim forest at fort Pitt capital group tech stocks leading the way lower reflected in the NASDAQ which is down to three percent here at the moment down two hundred thirty seven points, the s&p five hundred down seventy and the Dow right now down five hundred ninety eight points, and Chris will keep an eye on it as we approached the closing bell back to you Frank. Thank you, which at twelve thirty four on KNX, very different demeanor today in court for the man accused of arson in the holy fire. Last August, the last time we saw forest Clark in court. You might remember the outrageous outbursts, they caused the judge to question his sanity arson aggravated arson.

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04:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Motech money continues as Frank Motech excitement already building for next year's fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing excitement, especially happening. Among southern California, aerospace, people in filmmakers, and with me now, Stephen Barbara, the president of Annella fire productions whose latest documentary focuses on military journalists, but you're also space fan right to Stephen and your awed by what was happening back in the Apollo days. Tell us about that. Yeah. Just really fortunate. I you know, I reached out to NASA and the Kennedy Space Center with a great idea. I had seen the Schweickart statue in the capitol years ago built by a gentleman named George London. Gorgeous bronze and gold statue. So I said, you know, wouldn't it be great to have the entire crew Aldrin Collins and Armstrong to be debuted at the Kennedy Space Center. Well, guess what? Frank. They like the idea. I was blown away. They said get it done. So I'm out right now fundraising Florida, it's it's a really small number. It's a naming rights black that people will get on seven foot statues of the Apollo eleven crew for the great. Technological achievement in the history of mankind. That of course, the moon landing July twentieth. Twenty nineteen and seven hundred fifty thousand dollars would sounds like a lot of money. But if you look at it, it's a two hundred year sponsorship, right? So it comes out to about seven thousand a year for the next two hundred years. So it's it's not a lot of money. That's great on even getting the word out you're on with Maria Bartsch Romo, recently, right and some other. Yeah. I was very fortunate Maria gave me a you know, three or four minutes on her show. And I'm not pitching, you know, a lot of companies, and I've gone after Tim cook at apple after fortune five hundred, but it makes sense for anybody that wants to put their brand in front of two million people a month or two million people a month coming through the Kennedy Space Center, by the way, the Kennedy Space Center is spending fifty seven million dollars. That's fifty seven million for this incredible fiftieth anniversary, so any company that put their name on this plaque is going to see an incredible art why not only financially, but you know, spiritually and we see NASA legends gathered this. This past week at the Kennedy Space Center, including the flight directors Chris craft and gene Kranz who graced these studios, by the way in the past. And so this is going to be a big deal as we lead up to the anniversary on July. Twentieth of next year. It's going to be a huge deal. Anybody who whoever whatever CEO decides to take this naming rights flag? It's a ten by ten plaque in front of the Apollo eleven crew will be there to unveil the statues. There'll be five hundred astronauts there that all went into space there'll be four moon walkers, including Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke, Michael Collins, of course, the the command module pilot, and there's one or two left that are alive that walked on the moon. Tell us about some of your work honoring journalist right honoring tells about that. You're very kind Frank, I just coincidentally, I'm having a huge premier at the Newseum for seven hundred plus people, including portray a steep fraud to narrated, my movie General Wesley Clark, and Senator Graham is actually going to lead off the film. It's called the world's most dangerous paper out. I just got back from Afghanistan. Really fortunate. I went over there followed our special forces and the men and women of stars and stripes that go down range behind enemy lines to get our papers to the troops. It was one of the most remarkable patriotic amazing adventures I've ever had I don't recommend going to Afghantistan. But if you're gonna do it do it the way I did it. I got the right around in some Chinooks and some Blackhawks I got to go off to camp lightning to afford operating base out there and watch our young men and women do what they need to do. All right, Barbara. Thank you very much of joining us here this weekend coming up corporate mergers. Pick up in a big way that Amores straight ahead on Motech on money. This is southern California's only twenty four hour, local news and traffic station can extend seventy NewsRadio. I'm John Stevens. We do have more Motech on money coming right up. But first, let's take a look at the stories. We're following at eight thirty a single engine plane has crashed in Laverne there were two people on board at sadly, what person was killed which not clear at this point. If it was the passenger, okay was the pilot who was killed. But we understand that they were doing approaches. This crash happened just about five forty five this evening to Silla clear. Exactly. What led to the crash at this point? Of course, that's going to be the big question. But what I said, dad and other person transported to a local hospital and doubt condition this evening and LeBron cake. Hell nine says men CHA in sky nine the FAA and the NTSB are investigating tomorrow night. It'll Mark the for one year anniversary since the deadliest mass shooting in modern history in the this country happened at an outdoor music festival on the Las Vegas strip. Fifty eight were killed and hundreds more injured on this day before the anniversary many. Returning to Las Vegas for the first time. I've.

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05:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Steady right now. Seventy five degrees. Heading up to about eighty in the valleys will get into the mid eighties. If you're heading for the beach at seventy but you might want to stay out of the water, especially with young children. There's going to be a high surf advisory going into effect because of hurricane Rosa later tonight. But the surf right now could be dangerous as well eleven thirty six time to get back to Motech on money. Motech of money continues as Frank Motech top people in the world of corporate merger deals. Private equity and investment banking gathered this past week in Beverly Hills at the association record growth, silly chapter annual conference which included some impressive keynote speakers including Sir, Richard Branson. And with me now Jim Friedman, the managing director at intrepid investment bankers in west LA, one of the organizers of the a CG L A conference. Jim it's great to see you here. Tell us about the conference and some of the highlights for you this year. Franken was one of the best conferences, I think we've had we had about twelve hundred people attending a lot of private equity funds a lot of investment bankers. Lot of accountants lot of attorneys. It was quite a show and Richard Branson. Just did a great keynote at the end. So we're pretty happy. Congratulations on that. And all of this happening in a big week for activity, what sixty billion dollars worth of deals done this week alone. Yeah. It's been a big week. And it's been a big year. And as far as we can tell. Tell the rest of the year looks like it's going to be just as active. So it's pretty good. It's hard to believe it was ten years ago. When I was at this conference. We had Richard Parsons on stage at the day. I got a bailout. We're here for some pretty significant events at the time of during the financial crisis ten years ago. It's been quite a turnaround. Yes. It's been a remarkable. We've had a good run with the economy for the last ten years. And let's keep our fingers crossed that it keeps going for merger activity of through the rest of the year. I think it's going to be very strong. A lot of people are busy even folks that were coming to this conference had to cancel at the last minute because they were involved in in getting deals done. So pretty interesting. What's fueling this latest surge of merger activity? You know, it's just a continuation. Frank of what's been going on the last four or five years? It's a challenge to grow your companies and bigger companies have lots of cash on their balance sheets. This is a way to do it. Technologies. Changing their businesses they need to morph into new types of companies. And so there's a constant challenge for everybody to kind of try to stay ahead and be relevant. Use had a big conversation with sir. Richard Branson on stage. Of course is very active in what's happening in aerospace here in southern California at the moment, tell us about some of the big takeaways with your conversation with serve Richard Branson. Well, he's a remote. Guys, remarkable entrepreneur he's started about two hundred companies. He's broken seven world records and ballooning and boating. He is involved in hyperloop out here. He's involved in virgin, galactic and space travel. He's involved in philanthropy. It's it's tough to find anybody. That's more interesting than Richard Branson any other big takeaways from this today conference here in Beverly Hills. I think just that there's a lot going on. I think that it was very robust we had one hundred twenty private equity groups trying to give away money here. Which is unique. We had a bunch of deal source folks where people come to make deals, and it was as robust as I've ever seen it in the twenty one years we've had this conference. Congratulations. Again, Jim Freeman managing director intrepid investment bankers. And of course, among the folks responsible for organizing the GLA conference. Thank you very much for joining us here this weekend. Great. Thank you Frank taking a closer. Look at some of the big merger deals. We saw this past week. Comcast when the bidding war for the British pay TV giant sky peeled see in a deal valued at about forty billion dollars. We also saw Michael Kors announcing its buying the Italian fashion house for sake that deal value at two point one billion dollars. The new group, by the way will be called Capri holdings. Ltd dodds. However Saatchi will remain as the houses, creative director. We also saw big deal in the mining business with gold giant Barrick Gold buying Randgold resources. And this makes a barricade by far the world's largest gold company that deal was valued at six billion dollars and subscription radio companies. Sirius XM is buying music streaming service Pandora and a stock deal valued at about three and a half billion dollars that allow siriusxm to expand the service beyond cars and into homes and other mobile areas. Also over the past week the financial times reported the chief antitrust enforcer of the Justice department has vowed to speed up merge. Reviews promising corporate America that you will not place an undue burden on dealmaking appointed last year by President Trump to lead. The Justice Department's anti-trust division says he would Andrew resolved most investigations within six months of businesses cooperating provide information at an early stage coming up another giant on the business sane on a leader in entrepreneurship than more straight ahead on Motech on when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales director. Director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. 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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"We have Motech on money coming up in just a couple of minutes. First. Let's take a look at the news. We're covering now at eight oh three an elderly man who is stabbed in what appears to be a random attack at a Metrolink station in riverside is in critical those stable condition. He was on the platform of the downtown riverside station this morning when another man approached him and stabbed him in the neck police. Need your help in finding this man? He's about twenty five to thirty years old. He has short hair he was wearing a red shirt jeans shorts and he had a backpack on police say that he stabbed a sixty nine year old Albert Lee in the neck CBS. Jeff new in reporting officers taped off the area around the Metrolink platform, and the station's main entrance. They even had bloodhounds help the search searching for the in the area, but they could not find the attacker the big Charlie fire. Are in the cast sake area has slowed down. It's still at thirty four hundred acres now. Twenty percent containment firefighters who working to around more of that fire up to thirty homes were ordered evacuated yesterday after the fire began San Francisco canyon road is now open, but just for people who live there the fire spread quickly after starting because firefighters could not attack it from the ground because of the rugged terrain day relied mostly on water drops no homes or buildings have been damaged. In sports. Tiger Woods has won his first PGA tour tournament in more than five years. His win. At the tour championship is eightieth of his career the dominant win also comes after four surgeries on his lower back. The dodgers remained one and a half games up on the Colorado. Rockies for the lead the dodgers crest, the San Diego Padres, fourteen nothing today at Dodger Stadium and the battle of LA one by the Rams they beat the chargers at the Coliseum this afternoon that was thirty five twenty three..

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Is eight thirty seven. Motech a bunny continues as Frank Motech on this ten year anniversary of the biggest bankruptcy in US history. During the two thousand eight financial crisis the collapse of investment Bank. Lehman Brothers is signed to take a look back at the tough lessons learned as we look to the future. And who better to help us do that then fill Angelina? He's the former California state treasurer who headed up the financial crisis inquiry commission. Mr Chairman, thank you very much. Joining us this weekend. You of course, led the effort to examine exactly what happened. Give us your thoughts on this big anniversary. Here's what's have concerned to me normally as human beings. We learn from the consequences of our behavior. But if you look at the financial crisis of two thousand eight the great irony of the crisis is that Wall Street whose reckless risk taking drove the financial system over the cliff suffered very few of any consequences for its actions across the country. Millions of people lost their jobs and their homes, cities and towns across the country were devastated and middle class. Families saw trillions of dollars of household wealth wiped away, but for the big banks, they barely skipped a beat, and they really paid no legal economic or political price for the misconduct that led to the crisis after the big banks were rescued by a multi trillion dollars taxpayer bailout Wall Street quickly returned to profitability compensation on Wall Street.

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05:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Motech money continues as Frank Motech business and civic leaders gathered to celebrate the economy of the San Gabriel valley at the San Gabriel valley economic partnership annual awards gala among them democratic southern California congresswoman Judy CHU represents the area. Congresswomen thank you very much for coming the line this weekend. I recently spoke with President Trump's top trade adviser on this program about. U S, China trade. So I want to ask you about that also the Alameda east project was dedicated this past week and other big story. I give us your view of how the economy is looking there in the San Gabriel valley these days. Well, I am so proud that I represent the San Gabriel valley. It is the economic engine for this whole, Los Angeles County. And in fact, if it were a county by itself, the San Gabriel valley would be the seventh largest in California. We have the headquarters of many fortune five hundred company, and they have their offices are plants here. I Addison Miller's Jacobs engineering as well as Kaiser Permanente cafe thing. Oh, and of course, who could forget wife on foods which produces Saracho sauce, which is used all over the world. But we also have so many small businesses that are a success here. And there are many who've come here. Air as immigrants with very little but have been able to build a small business here. And that is what has created the vibrancy of the Sankara valid because we have so many people from so many different cultures that I share their food, and and their products with us and share it with the rest of the world. And of course, a very large Chinese American population. You yourself most notably are the first Chinese American woman to be elected to congress. And if you've been following the trade story, very very closely. Give us your view what's happening on the the US China trade front. Well, yes, I am a member of the ways and means committee and trade is under our purview. I am very concerned about the increase in the trade tariffs already. There have been fifty billion dollars worth of trade tariffs that President Trump has imposed. And now he's enlarging this to two hundred billion dollars more. I am. I'm very concerned about this causing a trade war. If there is a trade war. I think that many could suffer particularly those that are here in the San Gabriel valley, I've heard stories from so many of them who have said that even though they may have their headquarters here or there are in the services here. They get some of their parts from China and having a twenty five percent terrorists would hurt them. So if there is a trade war, I'm concerned about its consequences to our businesses here as well as the American consumer, and we see an article in the Wall Street Journal this week saying that China has hit a record low investment growth as China battles to slow down. And certainly they've imposed curbs on investing here among the people you talk to in the business community, especially in real estate. How's this impacting things in the area? I do see a slow. Showdown. I I've seen that there is less investment from China in these projects. And in fact, there are certain projects that have actually stopped right in the middle of their building as the owners of these projects search for more funds. So this is having an impact on our area. I think that we need to instead continue the kind of vigorous investments that we've had on both sides of the ocean. So that our economy can prosper another important economic. Sorry. We wanted to talk about which hasn't gotten much attention as the expansion of the Alameda east trench, right? They had a big ceremony this past week and tell us about the importance of that expansion. This has been many decades coming it's an incredible accomplishment. And what it is is it before when trains went through the mission district of San Gabriel cars had to wait for. So many minutes between ten to twenty minutes as a very very long train would go through the town. But with the San Gabriel trench project. The train is now separated from the surface, traffic and cars can go straight through. This is so wonderful because there are no more train vehicle collisions and locomotive for noise. Also. Because of the trench walls are trained noise is reduced and because vehicles are no longer stuck I dealing our air quality has improved, but it was a very complicated process. It was a very costly project, and it could only have been accomplished if all the partners got together to contribute funds to make this happen. The state and local partners all worked together. And I'm very very proud that our federal government also contributed funds to this project, southern California congresswoman, Judy CHU, democrat, representing the San. Gabriel valley again. Thank you very much for joining us here this weekend. So much Frank coming up a preview the week ahead on the business scene. More straight ahead on Motech.

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05:24 min | 2 years ago

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"One degrees going up to the mid eighties. It's eleven sixteen back to Motech on money. Motech money continues as Frank Motech this weekend marks the tenth anniversary one of the biggest events of the two thousand eight financial crisis. The bankruptcy of investment Bank. Lehman Brothers, the largest bankruptcy in US history. It was a dramatic end for the one hundred fifty eight year Old Firm after weekend, which both Bank of America. Barclays pulled out of the Goshi to acquire Liman which lost billions of bad real estate, bats and the credit markets collapse. Continuing my conversation now with Dr Mohamed El Oriente, GV conomic adviser, Ali aliens and ten years ago. You will see oh pimco in Newport Beach. Give us your thoughts on this big ten year anniversary. So I don't think anybody can forget the weekend and years ago, if you were in the financial markets, I remember pimco where you were at the office all day. Some of us were in the office most of the night because we recognize that there was a lot at stake and not to be too technical. What was steak, what's what's called the payment and settlement system, the notion that for example, when you buy something off the internet, you're willing to give your credit card and gets charging beautifully. Even though whatever you both doesn't arrive until the next day or the day after we have a whole system built on trust trust that you can pay and trust that you then get whatever you paid for and following LeBron and especially follow it. The reserve fund which was a money market fund broke the buck, and Dan AIG people lost trust in the system and in each other. And when that happens, you get what's called a Sutton stopping when that happens you suddenly looking at the prospects of not just the great recession, but a depression multi-year, depression that is how close we got to it. In fact, we've got very close within days, according to officials who have told us what actually was going on at that time behind closed doors. We came within days of shutting down the backing system. So we have added a major catastrophe, and that is a positive thing. But unfortunately, once we stopped the crisis management face we didn't pivot to restoring high. And so we've had and she called a eight. Years of disappointing growth and eight years in which the inequality sector of income wealth and opportunity has got worse. So good news on the one hand, we could have done better on the other. And you've given this a lot of thought in a column for Bloomberg noted nine lessons from the global financial crisis. Can you briefly highlight those forests? Yeah. And I divided them up in terms of accomplishments in terms of fought, falls and unintended consequences so accomplishments or things like a banking system today is stronger. There's no doubt that the banks have more capital better behaved. And I doubt that the next crisis will come back existing the payment and settlement system is stronger. That's also good news. But there's been shortfalls lack of growth is a big one. It's one that has resulted in Las. Of social issues and loss of political anchor. And then you have the unintended consequences things like the big banks got bigger. So we used to have a big debate about too big to fail. We'll guess what? The big banks have actually gotten bigger than years after the crisis than they were before. And as much less flexibility to deal with the next turn. So it's really it's a mixed report. Caught the good news is that we notice solutions to the shortfalls and to the unintended consequences. The bad news is that that requires political actors to really step up to the plate and delivered. That means mainly congress. Where do we go from here? Muhammad. Do you see any storm clouds on the horizon, one always has to be careful? There's three or four things that we don't fully understand one. Is we know? I know that one central Bank can normalized can get out of the emergency regime have been in and the fed has done a really good job to deliver good for normalization. We don't know what's going to happen. When two other systemic team for the European Central Bank, and the Bank of Japan also talked to God. So if you have three central banks, suddenly it can foot off the accelerator and waking all together. It's not clear how the system reacts doctor Muhammed, Al Orion. The chief economic adviser Ali ons and former pimco, CEO, Newport Beach Muhammed. Thank you very much for your thoughtful analysis on this big ten th anniversary weekend of the financial crisis. And we really appreciate it. And look forward to talk to you again, very very soon. Thank you. It's always great to talk to you. Frank. Coming up, the two thousand eight financial crisis largely focused on the mortgage business. We'll take a look back at where we stand now straight ahead on Motech on bunny surveys.

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Butchers seek protection after attacks from vegan activists

"Broadcasters station of the year newsradio nine fifty jay w w j news time is now twelve forty one a rare white alligator named snowball was apparently stolen from north florida reptile farm owned by the swamp brothers sumter county sheriff's officials said in a news release that snowball had been missing since a fire broke out at the animal crossings of florida on friday killing forty three alligators crocodiles the farm is owned by robbie and stephen keshi who starred in the show on the discovery channel the brothers are asking through social media for the public's help in finding stovall a loose cystic alabi alligator that was born without skin pigmentation and apparent flight crew error leads to a degree of terror for some passengers on jetblue flight we get more now from cbs's steve kathan a wild scene at new york's jfk airport knx radio's frank motech was onboard jetblue flight sixteen twenty three to los angeles that return to the gate with a communications problem turns out the crew inadvertently sent an alert about a possible hijacking officers did board the plane with weapons drawn everyone was told to put their hands up all the passengers raise their hands swat team swept through the plain confirmed everything was okay after the show of force inspection the flight was cleared the head off steve kaethe and cbs news new york in france it's being called vegan violence cbs correspondent elaine cobb says vandalism at meat shops has butchers calling for extra security butcher say some vegans vandalize their shops and sprayed fake blood on storefronts now they want police protection against physical and verbal violence meat sales in france have been falling in recent years as more french people turn to vegetarian options but the butcher's confederation says the real problem is with some vegan and vegetarian groups who they say wants to impose their minority view on the majority elaine cobb cbs news paris soup could change the feel of ferndale as laura banal tells us how some residents can help sit and listen to residents pitch ideas or pitch an idea yourself that's what tonight's ferndale soup project is all about you could take your four minutes to pitch just about anything so thera socalled the communications director for the city of ferndale the art project any kind of new technology could be an idea for a new food concept mean it really could be anything the event runs from six until nine at the rust belt market at the end of the night the ballots are counted and the winners go home with the money raised to carry out their project the winner we'll come back to a future soup dinner to report their projects progress laura banal ww j newsradio nine fifty www news time.

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