6 Burst results for "Mr Sorenson"
"mr sorenson" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Jesse would say no one has said no jesse or his family have been in these poor mother. Went bankrupt okay. So that answers that they didn't pay the medical bills when this settlement is reached. Does someone from nashville stick this piece of paper in his face. No one from nashville handle that now. Out allegedly hypothetically somebody from texas does this is this carter. Hypothetically or is this an attorney representing the carters. You'd have to guess on that one. We don't see the one of the carters making trip from texas. Okay so it's an attorney. And he get he probably makes a cash offer Hypothetically does this happen at hospital bed. Hypothetically i could all right. Hypothetically does this check have six digits or five rumor sydney window. Yeah i don't know. I think i don't know i didn't see any check. I didn't see any statement or release or anything like that so rumors and anything anything that would would strictly be rumor and innuendo that the rumors. You endo any office. when did you ever hear of any of raining. Rumors innuendo that. They had settled that. They handled this that. It was taken care of so to speak. Yes well i was point blank. Told that it was all taken care of that several people. Can i guess it was named broadhead. Who's the. cfo. Probably be one of the people. And what you have said. Hey what are we doing with this. Or how handled this or either released when jesse was released now Jesse reach out to you. Once he was released or once she left. yes he did. What does your conversation with. Jesse consists of well. Jesse was just like what the faulk He was taken aback because he he didn't see come and didn't expect it and had been told that he would be taken care of and had told that he would have a job as long as he wanted to job and he still wanted job. So i don't know what the rationale was. What they're thinking process was for letting him go. That's that's something. That was decided. After i left and i it's clearly a cost cutting measures. Not i would assume so. Yeah but still from a cost cutting. Take the water coolers out. I don't know well. That's what i was going to say. I'm not saying this to shit on mr sorenson or diminishes role or his contributions to tna. But i would be guessing that his compensation would have been less than five thousand dollars a month. If i had to ballpark outside three thousand dollars a month and when you have three thousand dollars a month going out as goodwill to take care of one of the guys who you know really sacrificed for you and really did a good job. It seems like you might try to find a way to utilize it's not like he's making hulk hogan money and if we're in cost cutting mode slashing. This is gonna main the difference between kim. We do this taping or not it means. Hey maybe we don't cater the show. Next week i agree with you. Okay overall how would you say t. And a handle the jesse sorensen situation shitty anything else. You wanna touch on on. Sorenson has been touched on to death. Between doing jesse in dixie and all that crap and it's just an unfortunate situation really is sucks a specific conversation with Dixie about jesse. Why lied lots of them At the time but it was. I was led to believe that it was all being taken care of it higher level and then it was you know. Look when i say taking care of. I was led to believe that they were taking care of all of his expenses. Whatever that may be hypothetically if someone broke their neck. You've made this Comparison along time ago. And you've kind of curated for a while. Now heard it recently on the jim coordinator experience you have said that someone and texas at panda compared an independent contractor wrestler with a plumber. And if you have a contract to build a building plumbers plum job they do and if one isn't doing the job you just get another plumber and in jopstone it's done and they kind of correlated that with the independent contractor relationship of impact wrestling and a professional wrestlers that fair to say no. That's exactly true. That's what they said. That was the analogy. That was made to me. So you're the question. Hypothetically somebody a panda energy who's working on the energy side of the business. The profitable side not impact. They're working for paying the energy if they break their fucking neck is a handled the same way i guess so i don't know what did you think that that would be handled the same way or do you think that. They viewed wrestling knowing how they conduct business. Wouldn't surprise me okay. let's talk about something else. A little controversial. The daphne situation Daphne was injured While she was working for tna a lot of people may remember her from ww she started as a valet than did some in ring stuff and ultimately she winds up in a situation where she has workers compensation lawsuit or claim with tna and then the rumors and innuendo would believe that she actually had a lawsuit with the company that was eventually settled Do you have any insight as to what you can separate from rumors and innuendo here. Well as far as daphne goes. She was there. When i got there but i really don't remember because i was just doing backstage production and things of that nature and in have any interaction with her that i remember maybe i did said hello and mount done something but i can't recall i don't think that I don't think i was there when she was hurt. But it Did result in lawsuit whatever it was and my only involvement in in the lawsuit was being made aware of it. And that's that's about it. I didn't have a whole lot to do with that situation other than.
"mr sorenson" Discussed on X96
"With the pressure of Covid began to prepare to take her life, writing a letter to her boyfriend and another one to her sister, one of Sorenson's roommates. Found the letters in Sorenson's bedroom because that's what you do when you worry roommate of someone in Utah County. You snoop around in their their stuff when they're not there. The three roommates tried to confront her about the situation, but Mr Sorenson didn't want to discuss it. One of the roommates also contacted police and another one contacted the landlord. Van Thomas student housing Instead of helping. On October 13th. Then Thomas student Housing sent a notice to Miss Soerensen that she had vocalized suicidal tendencies which bear in mind. She did not vocalized. She had written it down. She hadn't vocalized it, causing her roommates, undue stress and alarm. Ventana said that it violated the terms of the lease and gave her six days to get out. In the middle of a pandemic. Sorenson told Courtney Tanner that in October she panicked. She tried to start packing. I was shaking so badly, I couldn't move anything. She tried to get a response from the management company of the apartment, but they didn't respond. She didn't know what to do. She was at her most vulnerable, sure, at that moment what I mean, just what an awful awful act. The Disability Law center stepped in to represent Miss Sorensen in a lawsuit, which he has filed against the company. But it was only after she had been forced to move out. She did move out. Boehner, candidate number two This landlord should be ashamed. Coming up in a moment. Boehner, candidate number three Goodbye Finger and hello, Silver Tusks All rights. Boehner, candidate number 34 Round one coming up after this big boy News and opinion window brought to you by young automotive group has a huge selection of new vehicle brands over 1000 pre owned vehicles. You'll find the vehicle you want at a price you can afford. Visit any young automotive dealership or browse online, a young automotive dot com.
"mr sorenson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Is on NBC. It's called Young Rock, Ninotchka. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. It's been great. This final note on the way out today we don't usually do a whole lot of obituaries on this program. But there is a passing that I want to note today. Arne Sorenson has died. Mr. Sorenson was the CEO of Marriott. He was a guest on this program a couple of times, most recently last March, just as All of this was getting going difficult for a guy running a travel company, especially difficult for Arnie Sorensen in that moment. As you'll hear in this clip from a little bit more than a year ago. Last thing, Mr Sorenson, and then I'm gonna let you go on it, So I'm going to take a turn to the personal here and And I'm just going to see how it goes. So you put out a video on Twitter a week ago today, which somehow seems like a really long time ago. To all married employees. Um and we should say here you are being treated for pancreatic cancer. You look like you are being treated for pancreatic cancer. And you said in the beginning of this video Your advisers had suggested you not do video. Maybe because of that, and you went on and you delivered Ah, really sober but fundamentally uplifting message, But I want to get to the end of it. The thing ran like five minutes and It was clear to me at the end, um that you got emotional And I guess the question coming out of that is Are you scared? I am. Oh, how to answer that question. I am Terrified of the impact to the thousands of people that we've got across the world. Who depend on the work that they do for us for their livelihood and for their families, Livelihood. And I'm terrified that they have the resource is that they need in order to get through it. It is. We're still early in this process while furloughs have happened across the world, and people are getting used to that were in the first week or two in the United States where that's the case. Now we're a few months in advance of that across Asia Pacific. But the impact people's lives will be profound. And I we took three takes on that video, and I'll confess that I didn't choke up in exactly the same sentence every time but I did choke up every one of the three times and I wasn't intending to and I said to the crew afterwards, figure out what you can use from that. But I choke up because I just think of the profound impact to the lives of folks who have Zero responsibility for the crisis that we're in. And who will pay a price, which is much higher than they deserve to pay. They don't deserve to pay any price. And so we've got to find a way of communicating with them being transparent with them. To get through this together, we will. Ultimately people will come back to life because we're resilient people all across the globe, including particularly in the United States. But we got to get there sooner rather than later in order to minimize the pain that so many will bear. Arnie Sorensen last year on this program, the CEO of Marion.
"mr sorenson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's called Young Rock, Ninotchka. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. It's been great. Thats final note on the way out today. We don't usually do a whole lot of obituaries on this program. But there is a passing that I want to note today. Arne Sorenson has died. Mr. Sorenson was the CEO of Marriott. He was a guest on this program a couple of times, most recently last March, just as All of this was getting going difficult for a guy running a travel company, especially difficult for Arnie Sorensen in that moment, as you'll hear in this clip from a little bit more than a year ago. Last thing, Mr Sorenson, and then I'm gonna let you go on it, So I'm going to take a turn to the personal here and And I'm just going to see how it goes. So you put out a video on Twitter a week ago today, which somehow seems like a really long time ago. To all married employees on Gui should say here you are being treated for pancreatic cancer. You look like you are being treated for pancreatic cancer. And you said in the beginning of this video Your advisers had suggested you not do video. Maybe because of that, and you went on and you delivered a really sober but fundamentally uplifting message, But I want to get to the end of it. The thing ran like five minutes and It was clear to me at the end, um that you got emotional And I guess the question coming out of that is Are you scared? I am. How do you answer that question? I am Terrified of the impact to the thousands of people that we've got across the world who depend on the work that they do for us for their livelihood and for their families, Livelihood. And I'm terrified that they have the resource is that they need in order to get through it. It is. We're still early in this process. Well, furloughs have happened across the world and people are getting used to that were in the first week or two in the United States where that's the case. Now we're a few months in advance of that across Asia Pacific. But the impact people's lives will be profound. And I we took three takes on that video, and I'll confess that I didn't choke up in exactly the same sentence every time but I did choke up every one of the three times and I wasn't intending to and I said to the crew afterwards, figure out what you can use from that. But I choke up because I just think of the profound impact to the lives of folks who have zero responsibility for the crisis that we're in. And who will pay a price, which is much higher than they deserved to pay. They don't deserve to pay any price and so we've got to find a way of communicating with them being transparent with them. To get through this together, we will. Ultimately people will come back to life because we're resilient people all across the globe, including particularly in the United States, But we got to get there sooner rather than later in order to minimize the pain that so many will bear. Arnie Sorensen last year on this program, the CEO of.
"mr sorenson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We do that with Boomer stock, Senator Davis and David you're looking at today. I'm looking at a market that's pretty optimistic. Just based on the 11 main industry groups in the S and P 500, you got seven of them higher up this point, so the more economically sensitive areas of the market leading the way. Energy shares financial companies Industrials So certainly the oil stocks stand out and beyond that, I mean to travel companies, notably the cruise lines, you know, carnivals up more than 5.5%. Norwegian and we're all Caribbean with comparable gains, you know, even the hotels or higher? You know Marriott up about 1%, even though the wake of the death of the CEO artists tortoise, and so you know that that shows you something on that really kind of jumps out in terms of today's train now a lot of help from earnings, necessarily, because even when the results are good, you know the stocks art. No performing all that well, notably CVS health down 2.7% of the moment on their numbers. If you looked at him, you know we're just fine in terms of their fourth quarter on. Then there's pallets here. Technologies off about 9%, which had an unexpected operating off on and this maker of data analysis software has really been A favorite of a lot of traders since going public bag a traitor. Mm. It's the read it. I mean, I was looking on looking on Wall Street. That's this morning. In case they were talking about buying wt. I calls and I realized they on Lee all care about talent here Right now, That's all what Wall Street bets talks about? Yeah, Absolutely. And so, Yeah, you had a stock that was up 35 a half percent this year before the results came out. And now is given back a fair amount of that game. Now it's off more than 9%. So where are we here In terms of the earnings here, David pretty much through army. I mean, I guess we probably have the retailers. They usually bring up the rear. Yeah, we do. We don't see a whole lot on that score this week, but what we do see pretty darn important Wal Mart. Set to report results on Thursday. Yeah, you've got more than three quarters of the S and P 500 out at this point. It's a story Where you again third quarter in a row. You look at it. At least 80% of the companies in the index beating analysts average estimate the Bloomberg survey. The key, though, is there not really getting rewarded for it? Because People got used to the idea that I was, you know that they're gonna lowballing the numbers arguably. And so more often than not, you see shares fall after the results, as is happening with the likes of CVS also, you can throw in the lettuces follows Echoes the maker. Ah, veterinary drugs that stock taking benefit here here down 1%. Let's dig in a little deeper to that. Marriott story again. The CEO on Soerensen dies at the age of 62 We bring in Brian Eggar Brian covers the hotels, the casinos, the gaming's all that Stuff for Bloomberg intelligence, Brian. Thanks so much for joining us here. Tell us about Mr Sorenson. What he meant for Marriott and what this means for Marriott going forward. Your poverty first sad dude, hey was very well respected, was previously to see if l of the company have been known by the street for for decades really, just very solid detail oriented and will be certainly missed. So young and he worked. Um hey, worked for Bill Marriott until he was until he was 62 obviously from 1996. And he did so many transitions transactions I should say in the last A couple of years, right? He bought SPG. You did very, very engaging not only to finance but just a well respected general manager and the company does have a deep executive bench, which we work about which points to the possibility of a couple well qualified successors and The company has also made a denouncement that they plan to announce a new CEO within the next two weeks. All right. Just give us a sensual quick. Brian will be happy on the line Hotels Marriott. It's Piers. What are they saying about this pandemic and the reopening? What we have seen so far, and we're going to get a slew of hotel company related earnings announcements this week is, you know, I think First of all, I note that China seems to be waiting the way In terms of recovery. Just does it kind of led the way into the Koven 19 related downturn. And secondly, we are seeing Dr to car accessible women in service hotels. I'll perform theory wondering, and full service hotels, the extent that the Kleins and revenue per available room for those limited service, no frills hotels are kind of narrowing more quickly than they are for the full service. When I was a kid we used to call car accessible, limited service hotels, motels. Is that a journalist? Speak her motel? Yeah, I know the hotels. But they are you know the likes of home to sweets and Homewood suites and, uh, with the benefit of those From the perspective, the watching industries you can get there on a tank of gas. You don't have to go on a plane enough to travel long distances. Unlike the big full service hotels they don't depend on Conventions in group travel, which, of course, they're also very much air travel dependent, so they just have characteristics that are enabling him to perform those that have full service convention facilities and much more higher priced amenities. All right. Brian Unger. Thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate getting some thoughts on Marriott with the death of their CEO Brian Eggar, analyst for Bloomer Intelligence. Bloomberg stocks Editor Dave Wilson. Thank you so much for giving us that market update will chat with you at the top of the next hour to take a look at small cap stocks and You know, it's interesting. I don't know how this reopen. Trade is going to go mad. But soon as I get my jab, I'm hopping on a plane. Hopping on a plane. I'm gonna head for the car accessible, Limited service hotels, cause I like to drive places. I don't want to get on a plane anymore. I don't want to get into two with a whole bunch of other coughing, sneezing people. I don't care if I have my job. It's just not fun. All right. All right, you'll be on your motorcycle and on the autobahn going somewhere mature. All right. Right now, let's head down to Washington, D c or 99, 1 Studios World and National News with bacon Hager, Nathan Paul, The CPS suing.
"mr sorenson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They've got certain tools. They've been given a mandate. They need tol exercise those, and I think they've got to leave it to others to make those political decisions about how to use other tools for policy that they don't control. I think it would be a mistake for the fact that try and think through it in that kind of complicated. Complicated life. Well, what's he exogenous shock you worry about. There's something that would that's out there that we always never see within the pantheon of greater macroeconomics. What's the exogenous shock? You're considering Somewhere. Obviously, there's still a lot of uncertainty around the pandemic itself. Obviously, if there were to be new constraints, you talked earlier about the effectiveness of the vaccines. If that were to be called in question, that's obviously sort of a crucial thing. I think you worry a little bit about geopolitics. Obviously, the world's complicated place are you know the relationships with China whatnot are complicated and whatnot. Look, we are. That aspect of the world continues to be a difficult one. I'm not particularly worried about upside risks on inflation. The market is so focused on that. I think that's not the thing I'm particularly worried about. What's what about the other side downside risk to inflation? I think it's still there. Um, particularly if we don't get the strong recovery that we're all expecting. You know, I have a pretty robust forecast for the next year. But if I'm wrong on that there are downsides. Bristol inflation The remarkable thing actually about the last two cycles, though, has been in fact that inflation didn't really fall that much over the last year, and it didn't really fall that much a decade ago in the in the global financial crisis. So while I think one can be worried about that one could be worried too much about inflation isn't just the center of what I'm worried about. Safe way gonna leave it there. Thanks for being with us this morning. Thank you very much. Lou Alexander of Navarra. Sometimes you have to deliver some very upsetting news and on behalf of married we have to do that this morning, Marry international. Announcing that the CIA has unexpectedly passed away. This, of course, is Mr Sorenson..