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"neuberger" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Vintage home footage of that. That has kids provided whatever else and it was amazing. Vince Lombardi for the first thirty minutes of the party was the life of the Party and you see this whole movies. He's Robin Up to people. He's hugging Tusla their hair he's telling jokes he's got that trademark that big gap in his mouth I mean couldn't be happier. But as their narrating this, they would say as the party went on, you would see the moment where turns when Vince goes from celebrating this victory to planning for next week and it's the most fascinating video footage I've ever seen in my life. You now see as the party goes on, he's laughing less he's isolating himself and the ending of the whole video was he's in the corner by himself. Basically suing people just leave him alone. You see how that starts to happen in Gary says just look at the difference between where he wasn't where he is out. It's one thing to say, Yup, it's okay to get ready for the next week, but she gave at least got. To let it land. Don't be Vince Lombardi within thirty minutes. You're you're you're disengaging within thirty minutes. You're all in here I mean you still got to celebrate still out enjoy otherwise if we can't celebrate our successes, what are we doing this for? But to see that visually in somebody who the world holds up the super bowl trophies named after for crying out loud the trophy that Carolina tortured life, a tormented life it was a apart from his family for for a long period of time. But to actually see that in action was purely fascinating been trying to be better at that because I've seen that at work I appreciate you sharing that because I, I have seen that. That story resonates as so similar to the way that I felt when BEF- before I sold my business and now. Feel as an entrepreneur and a new business because. It's so for me like you. I can't I I had very, very tough times taking joy and celebration. So I I would be like, oh, it's cool. We did it and then my mind would immediately go to what we didn't do what are the things that still have to be done and for me I think it was okay. But for the people around me like like you mentioned Gary. It's that's the those are the people that suffer from that kind of thing I think is, when's it ever going to be enough for him? Wednesday. Ever going to be enough for her when that's not the that's actually not what's going on. It was enough but this is done. You know that's how my this is enough, but it's done and I'm looking at what's the next enough? But but I think that's hard for for people around to. Well, it's hard for me to see because I figure everybody's processing at the same way I am and then. Since that's not what's happening. It's hard for people because they think I can never make nothing is ever going to be good enough for this person yeah you're right in this case like I, say in this is why it's important I take my own advice from time to time but like I say that's why for me life isn't about my happiness living the life that I live doing the things that I've done in the name of the words of highland raw from Godfather this is the life we've chosen. Is always going to be super easy. So it's not about me so much. It's about the people around me, which is Gary Seventy that video because he wanted me to see you know what how do you think the People Vince Lombardi's party felt when he started to switch I didn't think about his wife felt when she had thirty five minutes with him life was great and for the next three hours often Sell good we do wrong. Way To, get everybody I hear it's time. What a miserable life for people around you and I think that's been Jerry's point for me and I'm not too proud egotist everything together I don't mean the fact he'd been under program is a blessing because I'm such a broken busted sinful man that's trying to put his life together but. The way that I live my life I'm working on I'm getting better. But being so driven being so competitive or nothing is ever good enough. That's not fair to your inner circle. It's not fair to my wife and it's not fair to my kids because to some degree they don't get the best of me. What will you just can't let it go? You can't be in the moment you just can't be joyful. You're constantly a human doing rather than a human being and I'm always somebody that has to be achieving even if I don't make money today. What did you? Well I sent out three proposals. I made thirty cold calls and I did to social media posts. I can quantify that I can't quantify. or You made your son, laugh. Paul you you you. You brought your wife. Joy this morning. Maybe so hard to say I'm not. A good thing. But when you're at the newer who has not I everything and constantly achieve gosh. You wrote fifty thousand dollars a new business that you made your son, Giggle So I've got gotta do it. I'm working on this doing better to this but. You gotta be there for the people around you because if they can't get the best part of you in the only people getting the best part of you are your clients, your businesses and your prospects, you're making a living, but you're not really making a life right? Good Advice. So that leads me to think about. You know you've got four companies that you own your running a fifth. You haven't mentioned it yet. But on Richie's podcast, you talked about how what? What time of the day you get up which I think is around three o'clock in the morning you certainly you certainly talk about your competitiveness and you know how challenge keeps you going and you're passionate your passion for the. Impossible possible. In. Just in on your linked profile, you talk about this time in two, thousand, seventeen where visit. Visit your doctor and. Things aren't. Things aren't all right you..
"neuberger" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Neuberger, the president of the Star Group which advises clients on Business Insurance Group health, personal lines, and everything in between halls. Founder. Of C. Suite for Christ the founder and CEO of the cold call coach the author of the bestselling book the secrets to cold call success the founder and CEO. Of the young guns movement and International Keynote Speaker Mike in Paul. Cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like how his father helped build his confidence and challenged him to constantly improve his initial direction to attend medical school and the critical moment that turned his life in a different direction why he can't live without challenge in his life, his unique ability to blueprint a path for people to make the impossible possible why he chooses to live a life that gives back and much more if you're an entrepreneur you have to. Do an inventory of the one, two three things that your most passionate about go deep all end with those two or three things give it everything else and I mean everything it's not cheap. It comes at a cost, but it's like a self fulfilling prophecy. If you're doing things that you're very good at naturally, you're going to have more success because you're good at it. If you're doing things that you really really liked doing, you're gonNA come across better you're going to be passionate. You're going to be more inspiring people. People are not watchable buyers, abortion buyers they go find what you say but they buy houses eight them feel when you said that you walk into a real book as refresh on. Is If there's no other place you'd rather be you get the business. So for me, that was probably the best decision I made. I'm getting rid of everything else giving to individuals that are very, very good at it because I'm doing what I love and other people are doing what like this needs to do because they're good at it and favorite it's a win win. There were thriving episode is brought to you by Hulo water polo water is fiber. Infused with zero sugar five grams of fiber with five inspiring flavors a fun.
"neuberger" Discussed on Amanpour
"In process. Yes we thought they were ten. We lost in transit. There were eleven we just kind of the days ago and different parts of the world you know some from Washington Washington. DC The person that we just found out about was from London treatment was available in all these places. Yes and I think that points doc that not everyone on treatment of surviving you get to the real nitty gritty there. Richard I mean you know as much as one can banish the stigma not. Everybody gets the treatment. How did you feel when you met some of these people and you know when you know that? Sometimes they get diagnosed late sometimes. They just don't have the treatment particularly if they live in the poor parts of the world. Yeah Yeah I mean look. This has changed radically even fifteen years ago. David this was still a a death sentence and and I it was the sadness atmosphere we had heard was my closest friend of that time and the tragedy that he was living to me was was was ripping my heart out as nothing I could do and here was somebody who had resources. He was living a very well to do life. He had money. At connections he was able. We'll get the best treatment that was available and it wasn't enough now. Things have changed pretty radically. We do have strategies now. We've medical strategies to to help but at Africa they're not getting them enough in the Caribbean not getting enough We still don't have continue. We don't have complete openness about who is sick and who isn't to both of you. I'm just going to read some of these status that we have because it is pretty awful because in the United States was Princeton's sixty nine nine percent of newly infected people in two thousand seventeen we'll African Americans or Latinos in two thousand seventeen African American women counted for six in ten fifty fifty nine percent of new HIV diagnoses amongst women. Eight of the top states. are in the south by AIDS Rate. HALF OF AMERICANS LIVING WITH HIV still still not receiving the regular treatment. They need it's one thing to de stigmatize and it's another thing to really get the regimes and the treatment routines that they I need right. I would say you know in our case what we're trying to do is to work as artists to support. All the things that need to happen medically and they do need to happen. Medically Medical Michael Doctors as opposed to people in the humanities arts like myself need to be stepping in and they are In this particular case I can just mention that U. N. as and other International organizations have set targets and these targets. Are there reachable and if we can help to reach them through artistic practice and storytelling. You want to do that The the main target that everyone talks about is the ninety nine hundred ninety target. Which is the idea that ninety percent of people who are living with HIV should know that they're living with HIV? It shouldn't be a mystery to them. And then ninety percent of those people should be receiving treatment and then ninety percent of those who are receiving treatment. Get to the point where they're viral. Presidents in in the body is undetectable because a person who is undetectable cannot transmit HIV to another person. And that's how we're GONNA break the back of the epidemic and just one other thing anguish seems to be sort of a little counter intuitive. The bulk of money that is spent on this issue is spent for care rather than prevention. Yeah well luckily in this particular case we're getting to the point where care is prevention. Because if you can establish this on transmittable function in the body and it's the short former it is you equals you. Everybody was talking about legalzoom especially people who were living with HIV. If you can get to that point then you're not going to be transmitted virus to New People So you know. Luckily care care can be comprehension and we also have prep. which is this idea that you can take a pill if you feel that you're at risk for HIV that would prevent you from Having the virus transmitted to you so all these strategies are are starting to blend. Seems to me They they are both prevention care at the same time so I wanted to ask you Richard. Because you've you've basically spent a huge amount of your career being an activist and being concerned about communities whether it's the Tibetan community whether it's the community of of migrants and refugees who allies trying to cross from North Africa across the Mediterranean. You've been there. We have pictures of you on one of these rescue boats and particularly typically you have stood up and you are still being counted on the Tabet issue and it's cost you some somewhat and I just want to ask you maybe not in dollars and cents. Maybe even you don't think it has but some people say that you know you went from these big big big big big. Big Sort of Hollywood blockbusters officer Gentlemen Chicago Pretty Woman You know on and on these great movies to equally wonderful indie movies but almost by happens. Look I I understand that people think that I have sacrificed. It's a great deal but the reality is those indie movies. I'm making now which I happen to like a lot. Some of them are quite adventurous. are also so the same kind of movies that I made in the studio system with the studio system doesn't make those movies anymore so I'm making the same movies. We're just finding other money how to make them how to put them out there. Does it bother you. That China is one of the biggest markets is being pressure rather big studios but maybe not working with them anymore. They're being pressured not to use you in in films. Well I don't make those movies anyhow. I mean what they want is the big. CGI movies the marvel movies. And I don't I don't I'm drawn to them. I don't make them the perfectly fine but that's not what I do. So there's no real effect on me to some other people who do make those movies I think yes it does affect them. Yeah we have to speak for each other. We're in this together. We can feed each other. We can have health care for each other. We can house each other. We can embrace each other. We could love each other can happen so easily. So this crazy tribalism which destroys community take small tribes but destroys real community is really the outlier. I think that's a really really good place to end. Richard Gere David Gear through. Positive is thank you both very very much for talking about this by David. Thanks for having us. I love my brother. He's the most incredible I love my brother. They're back black. Friday's let's biggest sale of the year. That's right the biggest sale of the year. You don't WanNa miss this because you'll save up to twenty percents on guided tours all across the world let's worldwide travel collection features over one hundred sixty land tours but they're they're not stopping there. River cruises rail journeys single city stays and much.
Who Would Win Dracula vs Cyborg
"Could not be more excited about this particular match up you know we talk about what I want to see out of battles me this Guy Ray I wanna see Contra asked of styles I wanna see to roughly matched characters fighting each other who aren't exactly the same we've talked before on this show many times sick and tired of the pedantic Green Arrow versus Hawkeye battle I'll always go back to his just who cares they're both the same dude yawn yawn bar Searle Wretch I'm over it what I wanna see is an ancient Vampire Count Dracula versus the cybernetic hero from the future org these are two class of styles but still very very compelling as a match up the this matchup reminds me of the first. UFC days where you would have you know the karate master versus the Kung Fu master or the jets jitsu versus the shoot fighter this one each of these characters clearly stays within their lane Cyborg doesn't dabble in the supernatural and I really don't think Dracula kind of goes over to the technological outside either I don't think he's ordering stuff on Amazon now that's he's definitely not neuberger either no no no no now to kind of help us with this debate we needed the think outside the box for judges and ray you had a great suggestion to bring someone in who when you think of contracting styles you think if someone who can kind of wrap their heads around the cultural impact of each character you brought up someone's name why thought was absolutely genius you can you can go ahead and Gush your guts out because what you're trying to say here's we needed somebody a little smarter for this episode and that's what I got for you definitely smarter than you and I and I think that's exactly what we got it's not saying it's not I know I I'm not saying doc I'm just not saying that you're smart and joining us in an amazing amazing actor comedian and voice over artists is Rama Blurry rumour accused of being on the show thank you for having me I didn't realize I was GONNA get buttered up so quickly at the beginning of the show well of course we're getting buttered up by James He wants something from you Aka Torri in this battle are you saying you don't want anything from me right I'm just saying I'll deserve it when I get it okay so you're willing to accept whatever my judgment is by the end I'm fact you look great today that out very very attractive man really James when I said let's bring someone smart maybe even genius intellect in the studio it wasn't actually needing for the person to be so gosh darn handsome but here we are well here we are and I'm I'm already tallying in my head I can't tell you who's winning this flatter off yet yet rabbi they'll tell you I I gotTa Tell You you're very successful active done a lot with your voice over career you're in a number of nationally and internationally syndicated commercials correct you know for different companies you're absolutely amazing I'm GonNa just ask you the question everyone else's thinking right now how are you friends with Ray I appeared on another podcast of raise knowing is half the podcast a great show that rates show and I linked to the three people on that show yeah it was here breath with the fabulous Mr Clark Chan and everyone's friend Eileen Eileen Mary O'CONNELL judge the muppets versus sesame street battle on the WHO would win six one of our favorites yep so I met I met Ray there and was wild by his podcasting acumen but also his passion for purely obscured or pop cultural Ephemera so when he asked if I would do this I said yes and then when he told me what the battle was I said Oh hell yeah very cool so what is your experience within geek culture because very often we have judges that have such a great background to them that we sometimes forget to say like hey by the a sheer he really is into this because they were they do how are you into Geek culture well first off I wear glasses so that got me eh into it very early I read compulsively I just finished my eighth book of the year and the year of the year and that includes graphic novel doesn't things some recommended to me by Mr Clark Chan I consume a lot of media and between the written word art nick cartoons as voiceover guy doing cartoons and video games and things I'm paying attention to everything going on because this is a fun visit a fun learning lesson for anybody who wants to do voices if you do impressions and I do a lot of impressions you have to realize that if you do a bad impression it becomes a character but if you do a good impression understand somebody else might do it too so the key example is this Alan tutic everybody loves Allen to one of the most underrated absolutely Kazan firefly's amazing he's easing everything death at a funeral he was one of my favorite parts of that he took the voice of Ed Wynn Vaudeville performer win famously in Mary poppins the laughing uncle off the table forever now I loved I loved doing this man's voice it was just so much on yet we're still in the middle of Shock Tober James you've been having a very shall we say successful shock Tober so far I have I've I'd like to say that I had to work really hard to get to wins in the month of shocked over the reality is I did not have to work that hard at all I didn't even research either character I just came to the show because you are a liar who was filled with lies actually researched the hell out of I hope I can say that in shock to over the heck out of both characters they were close matches by the a ray did will was there and I somehow pulled out the victory for both so I am in in crisis mode right now because I love this matchup I love Dracula vs Cyborg and look I cannot allow Cyborg to win this battle the idea that I could be facing a skunk for the entire month of shocked HCT sickens and appalls me in I'm not trying to influence your decision in any way Rama you still have to make the right decision you still have to make the right decision for you and family well see here's the thing ray as the impartial judge here I have to rule with my mind and not with my heart so you're pleading as moving may be as heartbreaking as it may be that you are putting up a goose egg this month I can't promise you a victory I can't I have to listen to the facts argued I want is for you to hear arguments and make the correct decision that's all if if every judge did that I would have a ninety five percent win percentage on the show well I gotTa Tell You James Your silence so far in your willingness to just plead the facts and all this is going to be a very dragnet performance I'm interested in just the facts ray all right just the fact enough all right well then let's waste no more time reduce the honors and announced as matchup representing the DC universe the manso metal he irons his clothes with his but cyborg doc and representing the Marvel Universe the count who will dig through the ditches burn through the witches and slamming the back of my dracula thank you okay I'll make a note about it we'll make a note about it before we go any further let's go over the official rules about who would win matched I roll number one each debater will be able to make three points rule number two the WHO would win matches a random encounter in neutral location with neither combatant necessarily knowing anything about their opponent or having any time to prepare part will number three the exact version the character has to be specifically stated so rare which version of Dracula you're using this is such a tough decision there are so many iterations of dragon in this world but I felt that since you assuredly are taking comic book version of Cyborg it would behoove me to take the powers feats and whatnot of the a six one six Marvel Marvel version of dracula gay that kind of scares me a little bit because that's in my opinion the most powerful form DRACULA in popular culture so it's Kinda what's being known as what People Know About Dracula these days I felt anymore right that's true okay well I will be using when did it become a New Yorker right now are you filled with a certain level of bombast when you get to the Mike you lean in and then you start projecting on Amazon by Taibbi and Hashtag who would win rate please give us the DETAILS ON DRACULA COUNT DRACULA is a powerful vampire who first appeared in the eighteen ninety seven brands Tokar Novel Dracula. Today's version of this iconic character is the marvel iteration who first appeared in historical suspense number seven in Nineteen fifty one then was rebooted in Tomb of Dracula number one in nineteen seventy two the newer version was made by Gerry Conway as well as Gene COLAN DRACULA'S PERHAPS THE MOST famous vampire of all time sorry twilight kids owing to the era a free to use characters in Comic Books Dracula makes her a formidable monster or overlord ending on the needs of the Story Dracula has a host of vampiric abilities including
Tesla Meets Model 3 Production Target, Ramps Up China Factory
"Wedbush analysts, Dan. I've says tesla now faces a quote Kilimanjaro like uphill climb to hit this year's profitability targets. The perfect storm that's forming. Analysts point to demand for tesla vehicles as the big problem right now. Which sounds strange considering the sizable wait list for its model three but the expiration of tax credits. For electric cars is also part of the picture. Ravinder Gill is a senior analyst at Needham, demand for the model three in the model S X is decelerating, particularly the model S in the model X, the only sold twelve thousand units in Q one that was down forty five percent you're year, even assume you're pretty big snap. Back in the second half, they're still going to be down thirty percent. Because competition is pretty significant in Europe. These are old models. The model three they basically had depleted their high end version of the model three in the second half of last year. They took advantage of a tax credit, that backlog of orders has now gone. And now they have to kind of go into the mass market at the very same time when the credits expire, or at least get cut in half and then go away altogether next year. Tesla's been looking to China as its next big area for growth going so far as to build a new gigafactory in Shanghai. But now as a trade war between the US and China escalates that's looking like less of a sure thing Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz. Explains. Expediting ships of parts to try to assemble tesla clinicals ahead of the terrorists. This is a huge problem for it. And even though to me have not yet been put on the list of things be terrified by the Chinese people are expecting that could be next. So tesla is facing some very real challenges heading into the second half. It's also coming off a year that saw CEO Elon Musk face off with the securities and Exchange Commission over his tweet about taking the company private musk eventually settled with the SEC, but he went on to post additional tweets that the regulator says violated that settlement, he also fired office series of posts, criticizing the SEC for some must sanctions raise questions about the companies leadership and SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson. Thanks Mosk got off to easy. Here's my fundamental problem with what happened. Whatever you think of that settlement, Mr. musk signed it. And when you sign an agreement with the securities and Exchange Commission with the blessing of a federal judge I just think you've got to be held to the deal you Struckmann and at the end of the day, there was subsequent activity that I think we all felt, and we brought a contempt motion, we, obviously, all felt that he didn't file the deal that he cut musk now has tweets related to Tesla's business pre approved by a company. Lawyer, the CEO is also known for going after shortsellers on Twitter. His company is often a target for those investors. The bet has paid off this month with profits for tesla shorts exceeding a billion dollars in may. Steve is men's a money manager at Neuberger Berman. He famously predicted the collapse of subprime mortgages before the two thousand eight financial crisis. I'm short, tesla, but I've never been short tesla big because it's an incredibly volatile stock and a response information that I think is unimportant, and I've done well in the short and tesla. I think it's going to go lower is men's not alone. According to research from S three partners. Tesla continues to be one of the most. Most popular short positions among US stocks and just last week analysts at Morgan Stanley, put their worst case scenario for the share price at just ten dollars somewhat of a shocking number considering the stock spin trading around two hundred dollars still tesla bowls, like Oppenheimer analyst, Colin rush say the future is bright. His target is above four hundred the simple of side, is that they continue to make cars and people continue to buy them healthy. Right. And that's what we're continuing to see right now. And then the second layer of this is really can they migrate from this EV market into the Thomas market? And I think there's a big question around that. But our model is really based on just their ability to sell electric vehicles at a successful rate, and we feel very good about that call at this point, and leave the Thomas p says a free option for skeptics Tesla's valued like a company poised to revolutionize the auto industry with no concrete signs that it will actually Chievo that lofty goal if it was valued in line with its peers, say with a price to sales ratio matching General Motors test. La's value would be just a quarter of where it
AirPower is just one of Apple's many blunders (The 3:59, Ep. 539)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm Joanie salesman chain it is with a heavy heart. We are here today to report that Apple's airpower is dead. Oh too soon. The wires the wireless charging pad was announced eighteen months ago and was never actually released with apple claiming that the device it was working on wasn't meeting. It's high standards speaking of apples, high standards, less discuss some of Apple's other major goofs most recently battery throttling about that favorite of mine because it confirms for a lot of people thing that they had all it didn't entirely confirm what they always expected with are suspected which is that when apple has a new phone come out. They start to like sneakily make your old phone less usable precisely what it is. But ultimately, that's kind of idea that planned obsolescence, right? As soon as new one comes out, and you're like eldest one just doesn't perform, well, maybe upgrade we've all had that conversation and yet seem to confirm that. Yeah. And behind the scenes, yes, they worth rattling the battery. So exactly one of my other favorites was. Antenna gate, which that was my favorite Steve Jobs came out and said, you're holding. That's that's just holding like this little bit. No it was. It was awesome. I mean to accredit the they did hand out free Burs. They finally admit that, you know, there was an issue. Maybe putting the antennas around the phone may not be the best design move, but the best single move. But yeah, it was pretty okay. And to be fair a little bit to apple. There was also Ben gate. Apparently, there are a lot of gates. I was always suspicious over Ben gate. There was the unblocks therapy guy. That was literally using all the force that he possibly could depend the apple iphone six was it really gate. It was certainly embarrassing for we like to throw gate around. Generously one when it comes after controversies. I kind of agree that one's feel like they take a bad rap on that one. Yeah. And I did want to get to one other one which was my favorite, which is YouTube spamming everybody with their lousy. That was really funny because they're literally giving away something for free that nobody. Really? It's about this crab of my phone. So yeah. One more to bring up apple maps one of my favorites. Because even though nobody like it's universally. Understood to be useless. I will still forces you to like deep link out, apple Macs. Text messages that you left there apple has gone better. I think I've heard so they don't know, unfortunately, we have to change subject, but this is rapidly coming my favorite podcasts ever done that stopped. Burger King is jumping in on the meatless meet bandwagon. The burger Goliath will start selling an impossible Walker a plant based Patty that's meant to have the same taste texture and protein levels as real meat Joan as Reggie are vegetarian. Resident you have the floor. So what possible is a partnership with impossible burger, which was the food technology that debuted at CS earlier this year, it's their Neuberger. It's the one that I tried Brian Cooley tried it in the Walker format on we have a great video about that. But he's what it means. Is that people who are ready -tarian or our meters? But want to look towards not animal based options will have more opportunity that at a giant chain like like Burger King? It makes it more accessible. So the biggest question, I'm sure everybody has and you wrote about this was so how similar is a real meter how much simulate meat for you. Right. So when I haven't tried the Walker, but when I tried the new format of the impossible burger granted, I haven't had a burger and a long time multiple years. But I reminded me of what it was like to eat a Murga when I was a kid. So I don't have the kind of palate that can do a side by side comparison. But I couldn't tell the difference and all the meters. That I talked to that try it say they can't really tell the difference. Either pretty remarkable last Apple's big TV plus event was last week while we were on a short hiatus. So we wanted to do a quick rewind and talk about it with you Jones since you're there are some of your impressions? My biggest impression that I think shared by a lot of people who were just watching it or heard about a letter was like. It was. Underlaw? The big thing. The whole reason that I was there is because they are going to be unveiled their purported to be unveiling the streaming service with all these originals, and you're going to get to understand what their threat to net flix was going to be. But then we didn't they just kind of showed had their talent come out on stage did a dog and pony show about how powerful they are without any real details. How much it will cost? What will actually be available in that kind of thing? We'll find out more later, of course. But unfortunately, we've gotta rap if you want to read more about these stories check them out on CNN, Ben FOX Rueben Janis. Also brought Jane thanks for watching. Gotcha.
US Stocks on the Move: HP, Fitbit, Box
"A handful of tech names got dragged through the red Thursday after reporting disappointing earnings results Fitbit HP Inc. Saw some of the biggest swings. Poor results. Come on the tail end of a fourth quarter earnings season that has helped fuel a twenty three percent rally since the market rout bottomed out on Christmas Eve, I want to get to New York where we're joined by John flax, Neuberger Berman senior research analyst and Chiro day with Bloomberg opinion. So Daniel all of these are different companies. But certainly tech is a common theme. What do they have in common aside from tech? Emily. I think if you look at some of the companies that disappointed today, there's some very specific stories like, for example, with Hewlett Packard, where people are worried about the printing supplies growth in printing supplies, contributes. Now size percentage of the prophet. If we look at booking or box or Fitbit. Ultimately, those are concerns around competition and the need to invest to help differentiate. But if we step back and think about what's going on in technology. A lot of the key secular trends remain, healthy, the move to the cloud, really the digitalization if you will of society. So we see a lot of opportunities even with some of the macro headwinds. So for example, we would highlight Cisco which is a leader in networking. That's really transformed its mix towards more software and services, and we think margins and earnings will be better than the market expects another name we like is Motorola solutions, which is a leader in public safety, and they're pivoting to faster growth areas like video they have an excellent. Management team. That's been able to execute on transitioning the company to new areas and expand margins. Another name we like is alphabet. We think the core. Search businesses healthy YouTube has very strong growth and newer areas. Like, the Google cloud platform are somewhat under appreciated and then longer term. They have opportunities in areas like autonomous driving with Waymo and the other one we would highlight is apple where we think the strength of that ecosystem is under appreciated while sure their concerns about the iphone and China. The install base is growing user satisfaction is high and they're doing a good job in newer areas like services and wearables and the wearables, I would say helps demonstrate that innovation is still alive. And well, so we expect the environment to remain choppy. The macro obviously is going to be a focus for some time. And none of these companies have great visibility. But those that are able to innovate and differentiate with products and services, we think can create. Additional shareholder value over the next one to two years. So here's some names. We talk about their on the show all the time apple alphabet, but some other shape names that we don't hear very often along with HP Inc box fitted as we're discussing today. How does what's happening with them fit into what's happening with big tech, Dan's point? I think was right about there is this general secular shift towards cloud technology. But what that's meant is that they're handful of high growth cloud software companies names like workday, and Viva systems, and Salesforce, and atlassian, and they've had really impressive stock price. Runups even accounting for the dip in stock market prices around September October last year, and what that's meant is that. Now, those stocks are looking pretty expensive relative to themselves and relative to the overall stock market and. The piece I wrote today was basically saying look the growth rates are coming down for those high growth software companies and the multiples of revenue their valuations are going up, and so that sets them up for a crater if and when there's any kind of hiccups in performance or the macro environment. Dan, I'm curious for your outlook on some of the big tech names that you didn't mention of course, you're talking about apple you talked about alphabet. But what about the others? Of course, we know Facebook has struggled net. Flicks is certainly in a unique position. Sure. Emily, so we like Facebook. And while we think there's a lot of work that they need to do around data security privacy. I think the company the management team is appreciating the severity of the situation, and we're seeing a greater willingness to change and try and improve the health of the platform. What's interesting there is despite all of that the metrics of the underlying business remain healthy. And if we look at some of the other platforms underneath the Facebook unbrella, you've got Instagram, which is showing very strong growth. You have newer newer properties. Like what's happened messenger? That we think could be increasingly monetize over time. So with the core Facebook, you do have this transition to stories, and it will take time. But the results to date in the outlook suggests that there is quite attractive growth shifting to net. Flicks. What we think is interesting here is that the company is continued to push ahead with differentiated and unique content. And they've coupled that with a direct relationship with their users. And so they're helping to really redefine the television experience. And so all of these companies there is execution risk. Sure. There's competition. But we think they're very interesting. Another name we would point out that we continue to like his Amazon, and the reason Amazon remains interesting in our view is they're executing well in their core. Ecommerce busy. But they're doing a terrific job with the Amazon web services. And when we speak to customers to buyers, this shift to the cloud is really very much in its infancy. And we think that they're going to have attractive growth for several years to come there. And the last piece we would emphasize with Amazon is that they have an advertising business, which is smaller. It's growing quickly. It's a creative margins and we think that's somewhat underappreciated, and so pulling this all together. The key trends around cloud mobile, social, they're not without complications. Certainly in terms of the social elements and data and privacy. And we do think more regulation is necessary. But if these companies can invest appropriately and continue to innovate than we think. There's additional value to be created and more regulation could be coming especially with the FTC forming a new task force to look at past acquisitions, even speaking of the cloud share. You've got a piece out today, titled forget fangs. Doc bubble could be in the cloud. Explain. Yeah. Yeah. And it's it's really again about looking at how expensive those clouds stocks have gotten relative to their expected revenue over the next year. I came up with the I apologize for this acronym. I came up with the fake acronym. Putin's for those to describe the socks because every grouping of stocks needs its own acronym. These days, and I looked at basically the median multiple, right? So how much investors paying for each dollar future revenue and all seventeen of this kind of grouping of cloud companies? I looked at they're all trading above their two year, multiple average. And again that implies that the expectations are now very high for those cloud software companies like atlassian and work, Dan, Salesforce, and so on to deliver on the growth promises. And if they don't we might see the kind of stock cratering that we see periodically from these high growth, high expectation kind of cloud
Amazon's holiday season sales outlook misses views; shares sink
"Earnings from Amazon and alphabet weigh on sentiment. Amazon gave her a revenue forecast for the holiday season that missed estimates. And alphabet said lower at fees are weighing on growth. Still analyst like Daniel flags at Neuberger Berman remained bullish on both companies while we'll certainly see how this next holiday season plays out. Amazon remains very very focused on making investments for the longer term. And so we still like the story shift to Google or alphabet, the overall numbers were just fine. The core. Search business remains very healthy. The company's seeing good strength in the YouTube asset the cloud businesses doing well, while we expect continued volatility in the shares we think if one looks out over the next one to two years, both Amazon and alphabet remain attract. Names in early trading. Shares of Amazon or down nearly ten percent while alphabet is lower by five percent. Shares of Royal Bank of Scotland or down four percent after
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"Show? Give us a call six five one nine eight nine five eight five five or on any mobile device. Just punch in pound hashtag for you millennials out there. Pound two fifty and say TNT or twin cities news talk. I don't know if Amy Clova shar went to the school the same school. The governor Mark Dayton did in terms of her ability to to just magically disappear whenever she she likes. But she's he's good at it. She was dominating headlines going into the weekend to the draft even played or on Saturday Night Live to that point. Right. But he was so happy, and then she just faded just completely disappeared, and you know in covering this. The what's been going on with break Cavanaugh as we head into today. Waiting for the FBI to drop their report. It dawned on me. I'm like, man, you know, what Clovis are is just as involved and responsible in my opinion, four the character assassination of of Brett Kavanagh as the as the ones that keep putting themselves out there. You're Cory booker's. Your Kamala Harris, your Blumenthal's, your your White House. And so we wanted to to invite Jim Neuberger on Senate candidate, Jim Neuberger talk a little bit about the campaign get into a little of this gym because you know, we've been hearing a lot of commentary, and I've been listening to a lot of a lot of people from around the country talking about how in the wake of this of this cavenaugh mess, how the GOP is fired up and GOP's mad, and that this midterm election should be a referendum on those Democrats who were so complicit in what's been done to Brett Cavanaugh, and this the the destruction of mentally his character. But also this whole process and so good morning. Thanks for coming on on short notice. How are things going? What are you hearing from from voters? Well, good morning. Thank you. It's it's great to be on the show. We're hearing. Now, we're all over the state yesterday. We were in Fergus falls day before that we were down in the southern Minnesota area right now, we're up into Moorhead area. And we're talking to voters all over the state people are fed up with the dude. Especially as the news comes out, all of the doctor, Ford, documentation, all of the knowledge about Dr Ford's alleged issue. The Democrats do about it. Not weeks ago months ago that they knew about this to be waited till the very last minute. You know, when you've got folks that have been. For generations. And they know when they watch football how football team will try to eat up the clock and win the bid, and that's exactly what the Democrats were doing. They're trying to chew up the clock. At the time would run out, and then they would have no nomination spotted that a mile away and people are fed up with that. Member of the judiciary committee. The attorney. Been in office for twelve oh twelve years and folks are tired of lawyer, you're tired of these lawyers these professional class of politicians playing these games. Folks, you know, I've been a state rep for six years I've been a paramedic fulltime for thirty years. And folks are they're ready for a change. They're ready. They're ready to say, you know, what enough of the lawyers enough for the professional class. We want real people. And I I really look forward to this election because Senator klobuchar silent on this issue gone under a rock star to speak. That tells us that they're doing some internal polling tells us that their internal pooling doesn't look good which is good for what do you? Let's a couple of different things here. What what what is Jim Neuberger need today? If there are people out there who are upset, and we know a lot of people are and maybe they haven't gotten heavily involved before. But they they wanna make a difference this election. They want this to be a referendum on the Democrats behavior on those holding positions that shouldn't be holding them anymore like Amy klobuchar. What does? Jim Neuberger need. It's real simple, folks, go to my website. And like folks to what I would need if they that. Let folks get to know me a little better. I'll go to my website. Check out the cycle where I stand on the issues. Able to contribute to the please. Do we're in that final of the election process. So we're getting our message. We're getting a dog everywhere we go on. But it takes it takes some money to do that. The folks can help us out that would be great. But and also to tell to tell others about our race. We are definitely a the underdog. We are definitely the dark quarter. And we are doing every day as we get closer to the election. The better for us. And we are very our are our supporters are fired up in very excited because. Finally, getting to see who is when she's in Washington DC. But when she goes back to DC, that's that's that's where Senator is. And it's it's nice to see that people are seeing the truth. Well, it's almost it's it's interesting because you almost have to run a little bit counter to the way you normally would do things. And what I mean by that is she she sort of slips away and goes and hides after getting her moment in the spotlight and people started clamoring Oshii may run for the presidency. But the reality is and you touched upon it. And that was the next thing we were going to ask you was people need to actually bring her up. You know? Hey, hey, hey, there is a challenger. Who were you supporting in this race, you know, and and then and then they need to talk about Clovis Charen, either talk about the differences between the two of you. And why she doesn't need to be there anymore. Don't allow her to simply go and run and hide in the in the middle of this of this campaign. Exactly what. What? Folks, don't probably don't realize that Senator club HR. We've been in office for twelve years one six more eighteen years what they don't realize is that she's a ninety percent nine zero percent stamp votes. Extremely progressive left and there's five and a half billion interstate. And if you're in the modern middle to the conservative rights, you haven't had a voice for over for well over a decade because L and appointed Senator. Yeah. Certainly are are you in that category? As well. Minnesota is not extremely far left. St. there's five and a half million people in this state. And it's about time. We all had a voice it's about time. You had some balance in the US Senate. And it's about time we had somebody in the US Senate that like you said isn't just going to be that rubber-stamp Amy klobuchar. I'll never quite been able to to wrap my head around around her popularity in the state, and are and why people seem to think so highly of her, and I don't mean that just from sort of ideological perspective or a partisan perspective. She's just kind of a nothing senators doesn't do a whole lot. You know, the only time she ever really steps up, and and and and make some headlines with the exception of you know, hearings such as the sham that that went on last week. Are you know, when she's out there like, you know, lead leading a Bill against copper theft or all the the Senator of small things is the joke. We've we've said on the show for a long time. She's been nicknamed that because you know, it'd be nice. Nice to have a Senator out there. There is actually going to lead on some issues. I agree and the other couple a couple of quick points number one trying to coach her that that that argument one of her one of her statements that she was fundamental in in is thirty five w bridge replaced. My response to that is what what were you gonna leave the old one the one that collapsed? You're gonna leave that just sitting in the river, right? Right. Collapsed. It was a tragedy. Of course, you're going to replace that. Of course, it's going to go to the top of the list to get things done as a paramedic. Most of my partners responded to that tragedy. I know people that were there and just to come out and say, well, I got a new bridge for the thirty five W collapse. Well, that's no brainer. Anyone that would be in an office would have to work double time should work double time. Because that yeah. Thanks crashed my head, congratulations. Senator closure. You did the bare minimum. Yeah. Well. Well, well, the other thing is she won't debate me. She she debated notice farm fast. She didn't do very well. She debated in enemy territory at NPR. Campaign folks there, but there's been four events since then she doesn't she's not there. The league of women voters the chamber up into Lewis, others, a number of them. She will not the baby. And well, let's let's call on our our wonderful audience out there. Let's let's start leaning on our via Twitter a little bit. Everybody out there. Start start tagging her and asking her why won't she debate her opponent? Jim Neuberger people in Minnesota deserve to hear deserved today. Absolutely. Absolutely. Actually, Jim Neuberger. Thank you so much for giving us some time to give.
"neuberger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"News fair and balanced Good evening I'm Chuck LaTour. Here's what's happening US Senator Amy klobuchar will face Jim Neuberger in the race to retain her Senate. Seat clubs cruising to, an easy, win in the DFL primary Neuberger. Secured his nomination by a wide margin as well US Representative Keith Ellison was the winner in the primary for a state attorney general defeating four challenges only days after. Allegations of domestic violence emerged against him state Representative Ilhan Omar rolled the victory in the DFL primary for the Minneapolis area fifth district congressional seat the wind makes the Somali refugee a strong contender to replace, Ellison in congress she'll go up against Republican Jennifer Zielinski in November in her effort to become what could be the. First Muslim, woman in congress One person is dead after a. Morning crash on I ninety four and maple grove the. State patrol says the collision took place near Brockton lane a semi truck crossing the. Median, striking four vehicles. Heading in the opposite direction one victim was airlifted to north memorial medical center. In Robin stale Washington county, authorities investigating the death of a scuba diver was pulled from square lake last night in may township Paramedics were, not able to resuscitate the fifty one year old man he. Was pronounced dead at the scene there's more at twincitiesnewstalk dot com, you can comment that our Facebook page weather forecast. Is next on the twin cities.
FatCam: Museum of London launches livestream of a rancid fatberg
"Against Britain's famous festering fat Berg lives, on at the museum of London the chunk of oil fat diapers and baby wipes that blasted out of a sewer last year is now. Part of the museum's permanent collection the fabric. Was on display for several months, this year nestled inside transparent boxes protecting visitors from potentially. Deadly bacteria and the noxious smell. Now it's getting, its own livestream the museum says the highly Toxic glove will be stored in a secure case and displayed. Online via a fat Cam so that viewers. Can watch changes and it says, things are happening in that quote since coming off display. The Fatburger has started to grow. An unusual and, toxic
"neuberger" Discussed on AP News
"Amy, klobuchar now knows who will see fit he she will face a November Republican state Representative Jim Neuberger won the GOP Senate primary in. Wisconsin governor Scott Walker easily beat challenger Robert Mayer. He warns voters against picking a democrat in November The days though And I certainly wouldn't go back In other, races in Vermont a transgender candidate Christine hall Quist won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent Phil, Scott, in the fall in Connecticut Democrat Ned, Lamont wins his primary for governor but that's a state that. Could turn red in the November election at the White House officials are. Preparing legal action against former. Aide Amoroso manganese women for her. Tell all, book against President Trump she. Says the president is a racist. He wants to divide this nation he wants to, pitch his face against six home depot's roaring back from, a slow start to the year tapping all expectations and raising its revenue, and profit projections for. The year the, home improvement chains, second, quarter profit hit three point five one billion or three dollars and five cents per share. Analysts surveyed by Zacks investment research say. That's a much bigger per top viewership market was Saint. Louis where the tournament took place it, wasn't exciting finish woods who was Monologue in public battle through injuries and personal issues came in second he shot a final. Round sixty four finishing at two sixty. Six was his best seventy two hole major but not. Enough to be KEPCO was locked in Most of us seventy. National park is reopened as AP correspondent Juliet Walker. Reports the park was closed for nearly three weeks because of a wildfire while Yosemite. Is reopening hotels another, businesses say it, will likely be weeks before bookings returned to normal an, estimated fifty million dollars was lost. In tourism the nearby massive wildfire burned a hundred and fifty square miles and killed two firefighters Cal fire incident commander Sean Cavanaugh says another blaze north of. San Francisco killed a Utah firefighter Monday extremely heartbroken for this loss the blaze. Is, one of several in California that in less than three weeks have destroyed more than one thousand homes and, killed at least a dozen people I'm Julie Walker In an. Attempt to drag, movie lovers away from net flicks and other streaming. Services the three screen two hundred seventy degree screen x systems expanding the innovation with one screen in. Front two on the sides I launched in South. Korea in two thousand, twelve it'll. Soon be launching in the UK with the theater chain cinema world when working at a growing. Business you wear many hats the new business half the buying toner for. The copy machine had the sifting through tonnes of. Resumes hat you can throw away that last hat thanks to indeed dot com when..
"neuberger" Discussed on AP News
"Radio news I'm Jacky Quin Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar, now knows who will see he's she will face a. November Republican state Representative Jim Neuberger won the GOP Senate primary in Wisconsin governor Scott Walker easily beat challenger. Robert Mayer he warns voters. Against picking a democrat in November Billion dollars And I certainly wouldn't go In other races. In Vermont a transgender candidate Christine hall quest won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent Phil Scott, in, the fall in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont, wins his primary for governor but that's a state that could. Turn red in the November election at the White House officials are preparing. Legal action against former aide. Roseau Manglano Newman for her tell. All book, against President Trump she says. The president is a racist he. Wants to divide this nation he wants to pitch his, face against. Successful African American particularly. Menu see him attacking athletes the White House. Says she has no credibility the defense has rested in the Paul Manafort fraud trial without putting the accused on the stand closing arguments are next raids were launched in central London after a man rammed a car outside the parliament building striking bicyclists. And crashing into a barrier police say the twenty nine year old suspect is in custody, Percy now is to form Establish the, identity of. The suspects and established. His motivation if we can flash flood warnings. Remain in effect for parts of New York and Pennsylvania where heavy rains have pushed rivers and streams over their banks forecaster berry Lambert is one of the biggest killers as far as the weather event occurs in it can actually happen very fast. And there is more rain in the forecast in the region this is AP radio news A Pennsylvania grand juries released stunning information about clergy sexual. Abuse of children's Lavinia attorney general Joshua Piero says a grand jury investigation, of the six Catholic diocese in his state reveals a staggering amount of victims of sexual abuse by priests over one thousand child victims where identified by our investigation. Though the grand jury notes. That they believe that number was, in the thousand Shapiro says dialysis and archives contained evidence. A church leaders took part in covering up the cases I'm Tim Maguire New York has filed a lawsuit against Purdue pharma alleging the opioid maker misled. Doctors and patients about the dangers of its drunks classes were cancelled at an Oklahoma school after. Threatening posts were made against a, twelve year old transgender student it happened in Bryan county I'm. Jacky Quin AP radio news When working at a growing business you wear many hats the new business half. The buying toners for the copy machine had the sifting through tonnes of resumes.
"neuberger" Discussed on AP News
"Amy klobuchar now knows will see he she will face a November Republican state Representative Jim Neuberger won the GOP Senate primary. In Wisconsin governor Scott Walker easily beat challenger Robert Mayer. He warns voters against picking a democrat in November Billion dollars And I certainly wouldn't go back In other, races in Vermont a transgender candidate Christine hall Quist won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent Phil, Scott, in the fall in Connecticut Democrat Ned, Lamont wins his primary for governor but that's a state that. Could turn red in the November election at the White House officials are preparing. Legal action against former aide. Morose so Manglano Newman for her. Tell all, book against President Trump she. Says the president is a racist. He wants to divide this nation he wants to pitch. His base against an Atlanta. Braves rookie is pulled off something only three other, major leaguers have managed to do and he didn't even know it until you. Got back to the locker room Ronald akilah junior is only twenty years old and is now in the record book as the fourth player in MLB history to hit a leadoff home. Runs both games of a doubleheader it's rare that a perfect game or an unassisted triple play and join the exclusive club during the team's sweep of, a day-night doubleheader against the my Emme Marlins he joins Brady Anderson Ricky Henderson and Harry Hooper pretty good company considering both Henderson and Hooper are hall of famers Several people are. Hurt in Britain after a car crash at Westminster AP's Charles day with desma reports police, have arrested a man on terrorism. Charges London police say they're treating the crash outside the houses of parliament. As a terror incident the male driver of the car a man in his twenties has been arrested on suspicion, of terrorist offenses a number of people have been injured when. The driver crashed into pedestrians and cyclists near the houses of parliament but. None of believed to be in a life threatening condition the, area was the, site of a terror, attack, in March. Twenty seventeen then Kelly Masud plowed a car into crowds on Westminster bridge killing four people Charles de LA desma London Actress, Kristen bell says, she hopes the latest I. Max documentary pandas helps inspire the next generation of biologists and conservationists bell who's a passionate, animal rights activists narrates the film. It's about a research based in China which attempts to help get more. Captive born pandas in the wild bell says the film's inspiring adorable and educational and they'll make audiences feel good, she's already shown it to her two young children pandas is. From the filmmakers behind born to be wild and I learned of lemurs. Madagascar the film which had a limited opening in the US, and Canada in, April opens nationwide on Friday When, posting on most job sites you get.
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"Knows who will see he she will face a November Republican state Representative Jim Neuberger won the GOP Senate primary in. Wisconsin governor Scott Walker easily beat challenger Robert Mayer he. Warns voters against picking a democrat in November Billion dollars I certainly wouldn't go back In other races, in Vermont a transgender candidate Christine hall Quist won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent Phil Scott, in, the fall in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont, wins his primary for governor but that's a state that could. Turn red in the November election at the White House officials are preparing legal. Action against former aide Monroe. So mango Newman for her tell. All book, against President Trump she says. The president is a racist he. Wants to divide this nation he wants to pit his face against leaders of the five. Countries along the Caspian Sea, trying to end a. Decades long uncertainty of. Exploitation at the sea's resources an agreement was signed Sunday. By the presidents of Russia Iran Azerbaijan. Took minutes STAN and Kazakhstan it establishes rules for declaring each country's, territorial waters and fishing zones but the issue of how the seabed which contains rich oilfields will. Be delineated between the countries Remains, subject to further. Negotiations the legal status of the Caspian Sea the world's largest inland body of water had been unresolved, since, the nineteen Ninety-one collapse of the Soviet, Union several people are hurt in Britain after a car crash. At Westminster AP's Charles day with desma reports police have arrested a man on. Terrorism charges London police say. They're treating the crash outside the. Houses of, parliament as a terror incident. The male driver of the car. A man in his twenties has been arrested on suspicion of terrorist offenses a number of. People have been injured when, the driver crashed into. Pedestrians and cyclists near. The houses apartment but none of belief to be in. A life threatening condition the area was. The site of a terror attack in March twenty seventeen and Khalid. Masud plowed a car into crowds on Westminster bridge killing four people Charles de LA desma London There was no musical tribute. To the alien Queen of soul in her hometown Monday night and does AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports it came from a person many considered, to be today's top performance You might think it was fate. That, brought beyond say to Aretha Franklin's own backyard Detroit last night there she was at Ford field performing with, her husband Jay z as part of their summer tour, the expressions of support for Franklin began well before. The headline is took the stage Jake. Halley hyped the crowd by playing. One of America's biggest hits respect the Detroit Free Press reports that during the show the onsite dedicated her performance to. Franklin and express. Thanks. To her for the beautiful music she has done during her career the show came the same day of source close to Franklin. Told the. Associated Press that the singer, is seriously ill I'm Oscar wells Gabriel When working at a. Growing business you wear many hats the new business, half the buying toner for the copy machine, had the sifting through tonnes of resumes..
"neuberger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The stand I'm Elliot Francis in one of a number of primaries being held across the US Tuesday voters in Vermont made history by selecting. Their first transgender nominee for governor Sarah Crawford reporters former energy executive defeated three other candidates to secure the victory making. Her the first openly transgender person ever to win a major party's nomination but analysts say Christine honk faces a much more difficult hurdle against Republican. Governor Phil Scott as poll conducted. Last month showed forty three percent of voters have approved of the job Scott's done in office Two, year old holocaust as part. Of a wave of LGBTQ candidates seeking higher offers across, the US another primaries Minnesota, democratic Senator Amy klobuchar will face a challenge from Minnesota house. Member Jim Neuberger in November we'll bizarre won her party's nomination in Tuesday's primary elections she hopes to secure her third term in the Senate this November Tony Evans. Says, the democratic, nominee set to challenge was constant governor Scott Walker in November ever want a crowded primary election Tuesday he was only one in eight candidate. Field at one a, statewide election and was leading in the polls a former. Trump, campaign chair Paul Manafort. Will not be testifying, in his own defense and neither will anyone else but Costantini tells more Was never clear if the defense in Paul manafort's trial would call any witnesses it was clear one of them, would not be, the president's one time campaign chairman on trial for Bank, fraud and money laundering. The overseas, accounts to avoid taxes and so the defense, has rested its case without calling any. Witnesses meaning closing. Arguments maybe up next conceivably the jury could get the case tomorrow house press secretary Sarah Sanders admitting, she gave incorrect numbers when talking about. African American unemployment she claimed President Trump it created more jobs for African Americans than President Obama did the, former president credit for only. One hundred ninety.
"neuberger" Discussed on AP News
"November Republican state Representative Jim Neuberger won the GOP Senate primary in Wisconsin governor Scott Walker easily beat challenger. Robert Mayer he warns voters. Against picking a democrat in November Billion dollars I certainly wouldn't have In, other races in, Vermont a transgender candidate Christine hall Quist won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent Phil Scott in, the, fall in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont wins, his primary for governor but that's a state that could turn. Red in the November election at the White House officials are preparing legal. Action against former edema Roseau. Manganese Newman for her tell all. Book against, President Trump she says the. President is a racist he wants. To divide this nation he wants to pitch his face, against successful. African American particularly menu. See him attacking athletes the White House says. She has no credibility the defense has rested in the Paul Manafort fraud trial without putting the accused on the stand closing arguments are next raids were launched in central London after a man rammed a car outside the parliament building striking bicyclists and. Crashing into a barrier police say the twenty nine year old. Suspect is in custody Percy now. Is to formally establish the identity of the suspects and, establish his. Motivation if we can. Flash flood warnings remain in effect for parts. Of New York and Pennsylvania where heavy rains have pushed rivers and streams over their banks forecaster berry Lambert is one of the biggest killers as far as the weather event occurs in it can actually happen very fast and there is more rain. In, the forecast in the region this is AP radio news Pennsylvania.
Tesla set to cut 9% of jobs
"Now this hour's top business stories yeah another big story of the day i t and t cleared by a judge to buy time warner in an eighty five billion dollar deal us district judge richard leon says the government failed to make its case that the combination would lead to high prices for pay tv subscribers and bloomberg's greg stole says this is a big blow to the justice department the justice department and and i trust chief i making gallery team put a lot on the line by challenging this deal and the judge based on what we've heard from what he said in the courtroom was was rather dismissive of the case that was put forward at and t says the time warner take will help fuel that's pollution into a media powerhouse that will compete head to head with net flicks amazon also in the us we had shares in tesla picking up more than three percent in the new york session this is after ceo elon musk cut about nine percent of the company's workforce now bloomberg's dan hall tells us tesla is looking to streamline jobs and eliminate duplicate roles you know this was unexpected elon musk has said that they were reorganizing the company but nine percent is still a big number no matter how you look at it and it underscores the mounting pressure that musk is facing for tesla to begin to turn a profit china's restaurant review and delivery giant mate juan damping is said to be preparing to file for an ipo in hong kong we're being told it could be with about six billion in us dollars and would be the city's second headline take listing this year now seoul says may may sell sell a stake of about ten percent and is targeting evaluation about sixty billion dollars as we prepare to go forward let's take a quick look back in the us equity market was little changed in the last session although it was a record for the nasdaq more from bloomberg's charlie pellett mixed day for us stocks but records for both nasdaq and the russell two thousand the s and p five hundred index advanced while the dow declined investors now focused on central bank decisions as for the economic backdrop ashok baccio is managing director at neuberger berman group the us.
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"That it's considering offering foreigners ten year renewable visas meanwhile we had new data from the central bank and that showed the amount of money being sent home by workers in the nation has sued the question will be on the reforms enough to trigger a material shift in sentiment we asked jehangir arca md for the middle east and africa neuberger berman look i think these single things on their own don't necessarily make it exciting enough but but i think it's slightly different when the versus when baharan does it i mean you a so well established now is a regional center for africa middle east central asia anything that encourages again that business businesses that are on the fringe anything that does more to keep the actually what has changed massively the graphic of the types of people who've been staying i mean ten years ago you didn't find many people who lived here a decade today a lot of people that lived here a decade thought about buying their property this gives them a little bit of extra comfort just probably pushes a few more people over the line this probably brings in a few more folks from around the region to setup say let me set up a business here bahrain story slightly different does the i mean we wait for more detail in terms of exactly what the financial incentives are in terms of ownership but as i look at it saudi arabia has a lot more work to do to catch up with you a to catch up with contract to contract with kuwait in terms of the rankings we'll look in one respect the beauty of the reason why the us is the leader in the region right in terms of the aleutian the openness it just keeps pushing itself away from from everybody else he keeps coming up with ideas keeps evolving the second place is is really quite a fog gap behind and they're all trying to catch up with this place to be competitive on a from a business perspective saudi of course the biggest asset that has is it is the largest economy in the region and that in itself gives a much more of a magnetism to be able to draw those businesses as a result of just needs to keep running foster be the other sort of angle to to all of this comes down to the.
"neuberger" Discussed on WLAC
"Hey the newest came down that that andrew mccabe is stepping down will we get reaction from the white house the president back at the end of december was tweeting about andrew mccabe in less than praiseworthy manner we've seen the numerous ports as all of you have and any specifics i can tell you none of this decision was made by that of the white house any specifics i would refer you to the fbi who i believe will be making a statement later today you say that the white house was not involved in the decision clearly the president seemed to be involved in public relations campaign against flood the president stands by his previous comments but in terms of the situation today as i just said we've seen nor ports just as all look have we don't have any specific comments and i would refer you to the fbi for any specifics on the things that are taking place today we didn't know about this too we saw it on the news we said i lorry about this we saw it on the news and the media said he so god he saw smart he's so crafty sarah huckabee sanders we didn't want being about this and we saw the newest you are lying yes stinking filthy liar we know you're fired him we know yeah hate mccabe just admit it have you all seen howard curtis neuberger heard about howard kurtz his new book who is having a cow about well they damn they damn well ought to have some mainstream colleagues damn well ought to be having a cow about his name of the book is called media madness and there is a story in this and i remember it we talked to riots previous about it on this program it turns out that this event which detail you remind you in a moment is what led the what what initiated though leak of that russia trump collusion narrative and how it's how it is how mckay him spread this to the mainstream media at large this goes back to february two thousand seventeen and in this in i repeat here let me give you a free mrs version of the strike has kirch writes about it and he's got it right there was a meeting at the white house the fbi people were there and a number of other people were there on on uh on a related matter.
"neuberger" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hey the newest came down that the that andrew mccabe is stepping down will we get reaction from the white house the president back of the end of december was tweeting about andrew mccabe and a less than the praiseworthy manner we've seen the numerous ports as all of you have and any specifics i can tell you none of this decision was made by that of the white house in a specific i would refer you to the fbi who i believe will be make a statement later today you say that the white house was not involved in the decision clear where the president seemed to be involved in the public relations gals flood the president stands by his previous comments but in terms of the situation today as i just said we've seen nor porch just as all of europe have we don't have any specific comments and i would refer you to the fbi for any specifics on the things that are taking place today we have no above this saw it on the news i know about this the result on the news in the media said he so god he saw swart he so crafty sarah huckabee sanders we need no wonder being about this and we saw the newest you are lying yes stinking filthy liar we know you're fired him we know you're hate mckay just admit it have you all seen howard purchase neuberger heard about howard kurtz his new book who is having a cow about well they damn they damn well ought to have some mainstream colleagues damn well ought to be having a cow about his name of the book is called media madness and there is a story in this and i remember it we talked to reinds priebus about it on this program it turns out that this event which are more detail you remind you in a moment is what led the what what initiated though lee of that russia trump collusion narrative and how it's how it is how mckay him spread this to the mainstream media at large this goes back to february two thousand seventeen m in this in ivory here let me give you free mrs version of the strike has kirch writes about it and he's got it right there was a meeting at the white house the fbi people were there and a number of other people were there on on uh on a related matter.
"neuberger" Discussed on WBEN
"Hey the newest came down that that andrew mccabe is stepping down will we get reaction from the white house the president back at the end of december was tweeting about andrew mccabe a less than praiseworthy manner we've seen the numerous ports as all of you have and any specifics i can tell you know this decision was made by that of the white house in a specific sandra refer you to the fbi who i believe will be making a statement later today that the white house was not involved in the decision clearly the president seemed to be involved in public relations campaign against blood the president stands by his previous comments but in terms of the situation today as i just said we've seen the reports just as all of you have we don't have any specific comments and i would refer you to the fbi for any specifics on the things that are taking place today we didn't know about this we saw it on the news that's what obama always said hey knowing about this we saw it on the news in the media said he's so god he saw swart he so crafty sarah huckabee sanders we didn't want to bring about this and we saw the newest you are lying yes stinking filthy liar we know you're fired him we go yeah hate mccabe gets it it it have you will see howard purchase neuberger heard about howard kurtz his new book who is having a cow about well they damn they damn well want to have some mainstream colleagues damn well ought to be having a cow about his name in the book is called media madness and there is a story in this and i remember it we talked to reinds priebus up vowed it on this program it turns out that this event which detail you remind you in a moment is what led the what what initiated the leak of that russia trump collusion narrative and how it's how how is how mckay abs grant this to the mainstream media at large this goes back to february two thousand seventeen and in this in i repair let me give you free mrs version of the story because kirch writes about it and he's got it right there was a meeting at the white house the fbi people were there and a number of other people there on on on a.
"neuberger" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"No i literally meter started yearstart you make me feel guilty how do you need to find some way to get a turkish during the sheep trimming you gotta you gotta you in world or her two favorite people okay germans nine minutes away a neuberger what's the move address or get get uh did you gotta bring rip don't you think our trust in uber driver to go from here in missouri well i doubt with all due respect my two or three my last couple of experiences with uber drivers have been i the other guy i i'd have a better shot of the you know uh walking walk into this series of damascus right now yeah we we might be some that might be some issues the military knoop grabber but by the way i am that hey let me tell you that i was in knoxville three weeks ago your home town riled your all your local too high from nonsupplemented m k and let me ochre edge pretty caused inaki british flows i i had i had an uber driver at the airport in an uber driver to take me to the airport and they were both so bad that we i couldn't put my luggage in the trunk because there was like grocery bags uh marijuana drug paraphernalia i i had his marijuana i had my marijuana i had to hold bag in a car a for heavy goods oughta i i'm not exactly running back there okay.
"neuberger" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Over likud you pay more for neuberger than you would've taxi i would give given the convenience ed they have some pricing power to maybe raise their rates anywhere from ten to fifteen percent in certain markets would you pay more than two taxi vern over there i n right now isn't it kind of across the board less expensive than taxes and llamas it it depends on the city they're certain cities where it's pretty much cost competitive live in most northeast cities right now it's anywhere from ten to twenty percent cheaper than taxi luca now the i think they could get up to cost parity and they'd be fine now i think the they could i i just think people generally speaking at least the ones i talked to prefer over and lift two taxis and llamas immortal surpri is that actually they haven't raise prices more i am too because it again no because they've got your hooked video it's better user experience again the the whole reason why people started using gruber to begin with was because they had bad experiences with tax well that and news cheaper i think pricing had ally it was i know a lot of people who feature in the example that this it happened to me actually had to get up four in early morning flight right called a taxi taxi never showed up alka you know it's it's like okay yano same thing happen to measure its parents had an early morning flight called taxi said hey we need you there at five am tomorrow taxes in sharp had to drive the airport oh boy the united and with uber that's all you don't have to worry about rights dausi the carcassonne i think price was part of it but i think just the the convenience in the security of just saying look i i know where my car is i can and i can watch it i know exactly what's going on i know who's driving me if i leave something in the vehicle it's easy for me to getting contact with them to get that back the whole experience is just better cost is another part of that but it's definitely a piece and operational guide to life state's verses irrevokable trusts how would you rather protect your home from a nursing home state that's the guide that's being given away by cushing in dolan for the month of july why it is free and you can call.