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"new york bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm John Pro I'm the US editor, The economist and host a podcast could checks and balance. I'm Charlotte Howard The New York Bureau chief I'm John Fatman The Washington correspondent. Each week we take a theme shaping American Politics Right now tap into America's rich history to answer some big questions. How do we hold an election and a pandemic? Why is the president trying to raise oil prices? How powerful is the Democratic Party? Machine is America seating global leadership. With help from economist correspondence round the world we dig into the data, the ideas history, shaping the race for the White House and take a view without taking sides that's checks and balance the global view democracy in America. Subscribe on Apple podcasts Acosta we'll pause. This is the liberty. It'll be fun to watch what happens to the state. They've already. They're already in a bad place and it's going to. Possibly get very very much worse, so the three billion what she going to spend it on. Just operating budgets, he teachers, mainly of most of that goes to paying teachers and teachers have what union. Mentioned three billion dollars would co very far with whenever. Oft. Okay well, it doesn't it doesn't but. State and they pay the lowest wages in the nation for many many many things, so it goes farther here than would elsewhere. Okay well. David I! Hope that your predictions about things are wrong. Thank you so much for the call though. I don't know what to tell the people of New Mexico about the loss of gas and oil production. That's inevitable. Anyway. Point in the future you know. When he started, the call reminded me of a fireman in New Mexico. He had a son named. Jose many had another son named them hoes be. So we're talking about encryption here, well, we were. I seem to have put it away while I was looking for A. Alternative to coin base I'm not physically. This was a puff piece for signal right well it only it moves onto other things. Okay, key basis the word I was looking for. Like just this what we talked about how zoom has purchased key base and I was looking for a four Apparently I was mistaken. Some people are discussing the possibility of of creating a fork of it, because it was blockchain based so obviously instead of just building the ground up, they would just forget from whatever zoom vault and you know. Take their own direction, but zoom announced that it would not make free calls encrypted now. This is through these software presumably and not through keep. Keep keeping can even make calls I've never tried, but it would not make free calls encrypted. Specifically so that they can give law enforcement access. In case, people quote misuse the platform, so this is where I'm going to get on my left libertarian soapbox a little bit okay. Because when you have a privately owned company like zoom or like he base, you can sell key base zoom. You can sell out then you can have. You can have the feds, and you can actually go ahead and turn this into something that the feds can listen in on. You can turn the network easily into something like that because it's privately owned, compare that to something like the web which you cannot turn so easily into something or the Bitcoin wasn't key base open source. He base may have open sourced their software and to the extent they did. Other people should pick it up and run with it. Absolutely, it's not. That's exactly not owning not owning the source code, which makes it free and makes people free to use it. I'm definitely a fan of open source as I understand it. Signal is open source. Telegram I, think is open. Source Telegram has open source a lot of their stuff, but it's mostly run by telegram, but their new network ton. was banned by the federal government. Yeah, despite raising more money than any other ICO in. History well, despite, but probably because of because yeah, they be us, but. Now, there's going to be an open source movement probably running their software because they've open, sourced it all. They did open source. They give. It's all on good hub and you can run it see the thing is for them. If you compare all these projects with less ownership versus projects that are privately owned the ones that have no ownership have outpaced the ones with ownership so for example America Online. That's not true with What's The operating system that makes me want to pull my hair out. Lennox Lennox Boon to right What a misery! It has been trying to use that I mean even the best of them right now. which is the most user friendliest probably Lennox meant, and also make you want to pull your hair out more often. Say That largely. Your statement is true that many of these open source projects work very well, but when you're talking about something, really really big like an operating system I think it seems to get harder, I forget that Google. Chrome is privately owned, and it's chromium engine. You know was so good. There was based on Web kit which was based on an open source project called conqueror. Apple actually forked it, and it's open source. All of it is a is an open source and Lennox. android, which is very user friendly according to me, billions of people so there is that. I guess..

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The GOP tax cuts, two years on

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:36 min | 1 year ago

The GOP tax cuts, two years on

"So look. Here is my working hypothesis. This is pretty much the last day before a month or so of people being away for a couple of weeks and then coming back to a couple of weeks worth of political story that is with reason going to suck all the air out of the room. So Oh let's do this. An economic level set of sorts before the news gets subsumed Catherine repels Washington Po. She is all alone today in our New York Bureau. You're a Catholic. Just the two of us all right so look. Let's do. Let's do this first of all. I want to talk trade now that we have a deal on the US MCA and and we are told a deal with China that we haven't seen yet but we're told it to deal Can we say we have a trade peace. In our time I would say tensions have eased certainly and whatever anxiety there might have been in in markets amongst retailers dealers and manufacturers and others that things would escalate that has abated. But even so what we know about the China trade deal is not that we we are rolling back all of the tariffs so that we would have the same kind of landscape we had before trump took office we were only rolling back some of the tariffs for whatever the steel well is phase. One deal that. Is that materializes so whether you would call this a piece or a detente. I don't know it's kind of like two steps backward one step forward word but but certainly You know there's some relief out there that things didn't get worse okay Let's do a another little. Look becky thing and that is this a year ago. Talk of recession was very high. Stock Market was jittery. People were nervous. What a difference a day makes an off a year makes rather in all fairness rush? Yeah it looks like a lot of the concerns about the future of the economy and the imminent possibly imminent downturn were overblown The yield curve has uninvited and the recovery has continued. Its now more than a decade long which makes it the longest recovery on record and look unemployment is still falling or is or is it least not rising so all of that is good whether or not You know we can expect us. Indefinitely definitely is a is a separate question business cycles or called cycles for a reason but at least in the near term it does look like concerns were overblown. Okay About the future. Then and what we were promised as you point out in a column in the Post today And you know the calendar says this is the two year anniversary of This week I guess. Sunday is the anniversary of the GOP's tax cuts and it's not a restricting the case to say that that what was was promised by the President and Republicans in Congress was not delivered. Yeah on a number of metrics in fact this toddler this two year old all tax cut is sort of behind on its developmental milestones right. We were told that the tax cuts would pay for themselves. In fact that has not been the case defecates deficits have continued to expand both because of greater spending and because tax revenues are not rising as much as you would expect during a reception year recovery because the tax cuts We we also have not seen supercharged. GDP growth trump as. You may recall. Said we should expect something like six percent growth instead. We're getting about two percent which is about what we had had before trump took office investment actually fell the last couple of quarters. I wouldn't necessarily blame that on the tax cuts but it does suggest that they were not They they did not give it a sufficient to overcome whatever trade war Concerns there had been and wage gains have also been kind of disappointing. We did not see the promised. Major wage gains that the tax cuts were supposed to deliver year over year and inflation inflation adjusted terms. They're about at the same today as they were before. Trump took office so on a lot of key metrics The tax cuts are not quite delivering. Now and I'm sure the proponents will say give it more time Right give more time but so far the metrics. Don't don't look so great okay. Ah I WANNA go sideways into the politics of this past week for just a second And I wanted. Let's completely set aside the stock market. About which the president was jubilant again today more record highs but I I want to ask you why things like consumer confidence and retail spending and all those sort of gut level metrics of this. Connie don't seem to be being affected by the the Hullaballoo in Washington. Well it's not not clear that they were during previous Hullaballoo either right The economy was pre determined. The the economy remained pretty. We strong during Clinton's impeachment and in fact. GDP growth was better. It didn't seem like impeachment affected the economy or I don't think markets substantially substantially one way or the other they seem relatively divorced from what another which may be is just a reflection of the fact that presidents don't control the economy they don't control stock markets? They get a Lotta they get too much credit too much blame when things are good or bad respectively And we like to think that policymakers I are are pulling all the levers but really they can only kind of affecting us on the margins even when we're talking about something major as potentially removing

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Can you be down here in week and go? Yeah. Sure. I had nothing to my name. I had you know, what am I am? I went down and started working at CNN with Nick, Charles. Fred Hickman, Terry chick another murder another murderers row. Oh that one eye Craig Sager was there. I walked into that one. And I was like, oh, boy, I got a lot to learn. So I'm only doing headline sports, Dan. I'm not even on camera. But I'm in heaven making eighteen thousand a year. And I am going sports. And I had no big picture. I had nothing I was editing. My own highlights voicing them over writing them running over at two twenty in the in the morning and getting on headline sports. And I was in heaven my boss says, hey, our New York reporter Keith Overman is gonna take a job in Boston. Have you been to New York? And I said, yeah, we would like to. Replace case with you as the New York reporter by never been to New York and I replace teeth as the New York bureau reporter, and he went to I think WCBS in Boston. I go up there. They at the downtown athletic club for three months, and I sort of find my way, I started covering the New York Boston Philly DC any story that came up. So it could have been the Belmont Preakness or bird versus magic or the eighty six minutes. And I had I had the best seat for it. And you know, once again, I I went from eighteen to twenty seven five living in New York live in large in a studio apartment. But now, that's why say there's no direct route to get into the business because I'm the classic example of that. I'm the rand McNally of that you are eighteen thousand dollars a year to turning down ten million. A year from the price, right? But you mentioned you mentioned in there that that you were close to quitting. How close that was it? I if I don't call my ex girlfriend, then I don't do it. I given up I probably would have stayed is the Morningside kicked. I had know great guys that I worked with and they were fun. And we had a great time. That wasn't what I wanted to do. In fact, I remember what I was making at W T U E, Dayton, Ohio during morning drive, and.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Bob moon in New York with your global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week as US stocks near record highs. It is important to look back ten years ago this coming week Lehman Brothers collapsed triggering the worst financial crisis since the great depression for more. We welcome Bloomberg stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and Bloomberg New York bureau chief Jason Kelly. Welcome to you both. Let me start with you. Jason have things improved. To the point where we have made up for a lot of the stock market losses that we saw after the big collapse. Well, a lot has changed that I can tell you that here in New York. It's fundamentally changed the way that people do business. It's changed the power structures on Wall Street and had the banks are very different institutions than they were in many cases, they're run by different people. And in many cases, the banks what they used to do has been replaced by other people you've seen the rise of BlackRock in Blackstone, and all these non banks who have stepped in as the JP Morgan, the Goldman Sachs and others of the world, the bulge bracket of your has really been much more heavily regulated. So I it's definitely a different place gave listen, it has changed the way we do business. But it certainly doesn't seem to have chilled. The way we do business hasn't. If you certainly look at it from the stock market perspective in the S and P five hundred master recoup, the losses from the financial crisis and beyond. We've been in a bull market since March two thousand nine and you've seen record after record over the past few years. It does explain the why if you go through the eleven main industry groups in the S and P five hundred the financial area is the only one that has yet to surpass it's peaked from the previous bull market, the one that ended in two thousand seven, and let's bear in mind. If you look at the financials index it fell eighty four percent as the crisis unfolded as Liman went under and the ramifications of that collapse played out in financial markets around the world. So it's been a lot to make up for and so far. We haven't seen the group be able to overcome the magnitude of that decoy Jason almost nobody predicted Lehman Brothers before it happened. And there's no guarantee it couldn't happen. What are the chances? Well, you have put your finger on probably the question that keeps most people on Wall Street night. Especially now ten years on people are thinking back to that time. And they're thinking where would it come from next probably wouldn't come from housing, which was obviously a big trigger to that. It probably wouldn't come from the exact same risks that a lot of the banks were taking back then because a lot of that has been regulated away. We have seen so much power shift into non-bank served as so-called shadow banking system. In a lot of ways you can go to big to fail is still a phrase that echoes out there up and down Wall Street and beyond it could come from a whole number of areas. Hedge funds are in a bit of existential crisis right now, we live in an increasingly global world. So you just don't know. And you also don't know what the government's response might be. Because there are a lot of political questions around the banks that remain. David does Wall Street pay enough attention to too big to fail because it never really went away. No, never did certainly even with the increased regulations. You have the issue of you know, what could happen if the financial company or a financial market goes off the rails. Now tell you one thing that we have now that we didn't have ten years ago, this flood of money into exchange traded funds of all sorts. I mean, you're talking about trillions of dollars that has moved into this area and can move out at any point in the trading day. If things were to unravel, and there really hasn't been a test of you know, what do investors do who have these ETF's as opposed to more traditional mutual funds or other investments in the case of a crisis? So that may be the issue as you look ahead that really stands out as something that, you know, people will need to come to grips with that is an incredibly important point that Dave just made because. We have seen this massive shift to passive and going back to what we were talking about at the top the biggest player there. Blackrock BlackRock is designated not in the too big to fail category. Larry think has become one of the most important voices. Not just on Wall Street, but globally in terms of advising presidents and heads of state all over the place. And yet he oversees six point three trillion dollars of assets. And that is a place Dave's. Exactly, right. That people do worry about this passive world that we're living in I'll keep my fingers crossed our thanks to Bloomberg's stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and Bloomberg New York bureau chief and BusinessWeek radio and television anchor Jason Kelly reminder you can catch Bloomberg BusinessWeek weekdays at two PM Wall Street time right here on Bloomberg radio. Coming up on Bloomberg daybreak weekend. We head to our nation's capital to.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KGO 810

"Nine eight that's g o d three three three to eight eight nine eight eight you're listening to ethan bearman on cagey l a ten stunning news stunning news out of pennsylvania bill cosby found guilty today joining me on the phone senior correspondent new york bureau chief for westwood one news steve kastenbaum steve thanks so much for coming on today preciado it my pleasure thanks for having me all right so break down what what exactly happened today this i honestly i was totally surprised to see this come across i think most people here at the montgomery county courthouse we're anticipating a longer wait maybe not the fifty two hours that we were here for deliberations with trial before the jury declared then that they were hopelessly deadlocked but this time after roughly fifteen hours of liberation seven men five women came back and said that they had reached the unanimous verdict so taking them not long at all to find bill cosby guilty on all three charges of aggravated indecent assault those are sexual assault felony charges that here in the state of pennsylvania they're very specific to the type of assaults at cosby was accused of what he's specifically accused of doing to andrea constand and that's why it's termed that nuts just sexual assault but the jury here coming back and and you did hear a momentary celebration of sorts from some women who had also accused bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them are they very quickly quieted down as the verdicts were read e prosecution afterwards requested that bill cosby fail results feeling that was a flight risk of the district attorney said that he was a flight risk because he has a private plane it was the only time that we heard anything some bill cosby in court other than when he said he was not going he didn't want to testify on his own behalf when the da said he was a flight risk because he had a private plane bill cosby and a booming voice so that the entire courtroom could hear suddenly said he doesn't he doesn't own a plane you explicit are you kidding me not quite out of character compared to how he has been behaving in court here both for this trial and during the first trial as well wow that is that's gigantic so bill cosby's guilty joining me on.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Can you imagine if we had not nationalize fannie or freddie i five point four toyin at assets nine times bigger than lehman it hadn't stabilize that so i part of the story i would add on was after after the bear rescue ben and i went and talked with barney frank at the house financial services committee in barney's memory is the same as ours we went up there and we said you know we we learn something barney we don't have the powers the emergency powers in our regulatory system the dealing with a failing nonbank one and investment banks starts to go it in the middle of a run disintegrates very quickly if you don't have the emergency power to to guarantee or two or two point in capital so we need some kind of emergency resolution laurie hank paulson there the treasury secretary for the last couple of years at the george w bush administration our interview with paulson former fed chair ben brunetti and tim geithner who was at the time the president of the new york fed is coming up on monday our project about the crisis and the ten years since is called divided decade how the near collapse of the american economy changed us as a country amy scott was our new york bureau chief at the time and she got to know one couple as the crisis was playing itself out i i met justin brandon and lee holiday in march of two thousand nine a year after bears collapse he had been on the support staff at bear stearns asset management we supported all those guys that kind of brought the house down all the hedge funds so you know the assetbacked securities mortgage backed securities all that stuff when a new fund launched his team would send out gifts branded with the funds name one day he was delivering a box of bear stearns umbrellas to headquarters when he met lee she worked as an executive assistant in the corporate real estate division and oddly enough i recognized him she recognized him because before he landed at bear justin had played guitar in a hardcore.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was a cat andrew lloydwebber joins us from our new york bureau welcome hello heart i really nice to have you and cats it does seem like a good place to start at one point it was the longest running show on broadway and it seems we have started with a cat by the name of previous posts was the family cat when i was a little boy he lived through into my teens and he was a lovely the old siamese cat but really old possum's book of practical cats the tsa elliott poems was the source of inspiration for cats my mom used to read them to me when the posed when i was a kid and they stay when they forever and one of the things when i was working with tim rice on the three big news because we did technicolor dreamcoat juice by soup started vita it was during a vita that i realized that on the whole i had written the melody's before tim had written the lyric at will that we did all the plots together we were taught where we wanted the songs and how we wanted them the lyric came off to the tune and i wanted to see if i could compose too existing verse so i started doing it almost as a as a bit of fun you know it home to see if i could set poems that were already written is it can crazy think asked maybe but why are cats so cool well of course what elliott brilliantly did with the cat burns was he gave all of the cats human characteristics so we recognize something in of the human in the cat that he's describing and we also know that cat shall we say michigan other naughty and you will you get cat cite the rump tom tugay unit when he's in in one of the aisle and all of that kind of think he had a brilliant disarmed up human traits and cap traits in the same poem that brilliantly witty but of course what made cats really work was the fact that he it when i thought seriously that i might do a concert peace which is where i thought cats might go i was given by valerie his widow some ideas that he had for a much bigger event and of course a poem about grizz available glamoc can't who was considered to be too sad for children's so that perm was cut from.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In exile he joined us in our new york bureau and told us that he's been in touch with people in his home region what are they telling you the situation in eastern gubor is simply horrible it's beyond description people has been living there under siege from the suffered from what i suffered from which was seized bombardment chemical weapons starvation rape torture in my hometown was literally the first victim of the assad siege and starvation campaign because eventually we literally had to surrender raise the regime flag just in order to get food and medicine and return after we lost dozens of women and children literally who starved to death take us back to eastern goes before the fighting what was that light we call it literally in syria heaven on earth and beautiful olive trees some the olive trees there actually are five hundred years old people there are simple and kind very moderate they're very secular you can see christians and muslims living there together in harmony for hundreds of years how can i say it's a spot though was reserved from time you've been awash gene you've been lobbying for several years now you've been offering evidence of what looks like genocide evidence of people being tortured in in prisons what about the trump administration is there do you have any sense that you'll get more help if you want to call it that then you ever got from the obama administration were actually we already did the trump administration so far had meet some kind of progress when the trump administration launched a strike against.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"One as you mentioned you know sort of taking some of the arbitrage opportunities joy the other one is it's really driving people out of the out of the cell side i mean as wall street moves more of their functions electronic or more of the trading moves electronic you just need fewer people so the people that are left are in less of a position of to demand bigger bonuses and banks know the other side are in a position where they don't need to pay people that much they're not worry bank of america is not worried about their you know rates traders or their macro traders really leaving for a better job elsewhere because all of wall street is is you know jobs on wall street are pressured so uh that doesn't help either taken campbell thank you so much for joining us it's always a pleasure to speak with you and wall street bonuses are down from last year late last year was a particularly good here too for some of these areas so could be a comparison there as well we will be of course following bonuses throughout the season at coming up we are going to be talking about expanding chicken production see i told you it wasn't going to be in the same same brass as wall street bonuses but right now let's head to washington dc we are adrienne mitchell has worlds and national headlines from our nights nine one studios adrian thanks lisa president trump doing exits speech this afternoon and he is expected to lay out a national security strategy that has guided by his views on trade and economic relations senior officials say he will call china and russia its powers that threaten us interests send declared china a strategic competitor to the us the tax bill appears on track to get the present ounce by christmas bloomberg new york bureau chief jason kelly says a 'provision than unexpectedly emerged over the weekend will benefit real estate investor even when it comes to chinese trade surplus a rewarding also going to generate massive numbers of.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Had begun planning festivities for next year about state records show that the town was actually founded in 18 65 welcome to the monocled daily with me ben rislan will start today's program in the southern us state of alabama which of course is being closely watched today by americans as a special election to replace jeff sessions is in place the senate races dominated the news nationally and internationally due to the republican candidate and accused sex offender rory malm who is backed by the us president a new york bureau chief ed stalker joins me now to remind us what's at stake ed rwanda's a little bit just for a moment why is this particular election attracting so much attention well there are a lot of reasons i mean namely as you mentioned jeff sessions advocating that c in alabama to become attorney general attracting a lot of attention because of the sex so allegations against roy more from when he was in his thirties involving teenaged women at least one account of sexual assault in there and this is kind of thrown open what was really initially seen as an easy election for the republican party alabama is a solidly red state roy moore has sort of changed everything because the gop the sort of republican establishment initially wanted luther strange to be their candidate but this sort of populist roy more he's an extremely controversial fake sort of came in then swept and even though people like mitch mcconnell who very much represents the establishment by sleuth a strange and i might add donald trump did as well i mean he was on social media tweeting about his the poor of lose the strains he subsequently deleted those tweets when roy more one that primary and since then you know donald trump is.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Morning report podcast feed if he missed that on the air as a nonprofit organization marketplace's on a mission that drives what we do every day to increase economic intelligence across the country we believe it's important work which were already doing and right now would be a great time for you to help when you donate to support marketplace today your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the indeed a fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air you help us grow and get better it's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism trust and the payoff comes with what you hear every day don't miss out on this chance to make your donation go twice as far give today at the marketplace dot org thank you a decade ago walmart was often cast in the role of the juggernaut crushing the competition and any supplier that didn't bend to its will now some might be inclined to cast amazon instead but walmart is figuring out ecommerce and the grocery business is another wild card patrick fouls as new york bureau chief for the economist magazine who's just written a piece about the beast of bentonville battling amazon king of the ecommerce jungle patrick thanks for carryover thanks for having me a patrick you write that it's a mistake to view amazon as the sleek ferrari of all this and walmart as the old jalopy that in fact walmart still has some tricks up at sleep with the interesting thing is food seems to be a bit different from other kinds of ecommerce food is perishable so it rots people need to cold salih replenish will they boys so it's harder to to do food online than it is of the products of course amazon also a purveyor of food now because the on whole foods a vat sosa tria.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"So at the moment not really a cohesive keren to message from the republicans uh really this is an issue that has yet again showing that they are divided amongst those who are loyally following trump those who feel the need to speak out against trump what he represents in these issues of sexual misconduct the was monaco's in new york bureau chief ed stalker thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing it's near the 1230 and a half year in london is joining preparing for the collapse of the north korean regime documents suggests that beijing is building refugee camps in the event that kim jong orange suit four let's get the latest on this with shushing josias from the royal united services institute for war conflicts shashank how much six that least known of how join us possibly getting ready for the collapse of north korea both very little indeed leader indication that there are refugee camp being built to prepare for possible exited all north korean fleeing the collapse of the regime in the art and not a war kind with the united state and the border areas had long been a source of concern for china both in terms of the geographic vulnerability east emanating from north korea's nuclear tests and the possible consequences if a collapse in the mail tin under which north korea conducts its nuclear tests but also uh more broadly in terms of being a place where a number of north koreans have sought to leave the repressive regime in fleet to china and over the past eighteen months the chinese done a great deal to clamp down on some of those networks some of those um uh a potential crossing point but i think what they really worried about is that the exit just in case of a wall would be so enormous that it would have a very destabilising effect on china and of course uh that would have politically education fish xi jinping um and communist party at a very sensitive time just off to the national party congress glad you did you tell us a bit more about thus while he woods the collapse of north korea be so problematic for china.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on WDRC

"Organization to your colleagues on monday night we received a detailed complaint from a colleague of inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace netpower it represented after series review a clear violation of our companies standards as a result we have decided to terminate his employment while it is the first complaint about his behavior in the over twenty years he has been at nbc news we were also present in but the reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incidents our highest priority is to create a workplace environment where everyone feel safe and protected and to ensure that any actions that run counter to our core values are met with consequent says no matter who the offender we are deeply saddened by this turn of events but we will face it together as a news organization and do it and as transparent a manner as we can that is the statement from our chairman and lack uh and then you have other news organisations pursuing the same story line of the new york bureau of variety said this and twitter for the last two months a reporter and remain so ta i and i have been reporting on a story about a serious sexual harassment allegations against lower there are multiple victims um and that's it has been put out over twitter so they go charlie rose remove last week in the morning uh they were surging it cbs and now uh there was a slight uptick to at the today show but still trailing overall numbers and still leading in the demo number so i guess on a professional level and pure comp competitive level good morning america is cheering and uh but you will could cbs and nbc and they go i know exactly what you mean poosible going through it so what do you think about this why is there a doublestandard would broadcasting glenn thrush allegation gone who's for awhile gone matt lauer gone charlie rose why they act so quipped for the private sector and we're still looking at john conyers at eighty something years old walking around in his underwear treating people terribly multiple people i think four or five of come forward out franken is ridiculous explanations i'm sorry of anyone's offended i don't know i.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Pooped his pants it's a joke sherry just to prove my point you're gonna have to find that audio with nancy schneidermann message i yeah yeah i'm sorry ridges we gotta go there says this is a bit that needs a little help but now i go back to the story so here's my point katie you just wonder the the anchorage are acting as if they're so shocked in so dismayed and so troubled by this and this is this is not the matt we know and yet they all had to know this reporter's for the new york times had been investigating lower for weeks oh so they want to have an idea and they've been in variety variety this is the varieties new york chairman aad new york bureau chief okay so this is variety magazine said on twitter he and his colleagues have been doing reporting about serious sexual harassment allegations against lower for two months so there's there's a lot of blood in the water here and they had to know about this it when the new york times is going after a guy like matt lauer the story had to be big right when you get variety going after matt lauer this story had to be big in fact the variety news bureau chiefs tweet this morning says there were multiple victims so for them to come out acting as if all my god we can't believe it there was a lot of talk about this this was something that was going on in the industry would you get so many organisations investigating this guy folks this had to be super series anyway here's what went down on the today show this morning unwinding of abiding while counting on on is here with me at the flooding because this is a sad warning here at today and at nbc news just moments ago and be seen as chairman andrew lack sent the following note to our organization dear colleagues on monday night we received a detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace by matt lauer it represented after serious reveal a clear violation of our companies standards as a result we have decided to terminate has employment while and it's the first complaints about his behavior in the over twenty years he has been at nbc news with we're also presented with reason.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on USA Today

"We're talking about financial advice we wish we had gotten when we graduated i'm joined by my fellow millennial colleagues in the new york bureau your michel sender and michael monday so one of the first things on this reason article we actually publish was that a great gift for college grads would be setting them up giving them an appointment with a fee only financial adviser and i have to say i actually feel like that's a pretty good idea i've never met with financial advisor but if someone had gifted me that as a graduation gift i think i'd be kind of into it you know someone to help me figure out what exactly i should be doing i mean it never would have occurred to me to meet with a financial advisers i'm curious if either of you have ever met with the financial advisor or would consider doing that absolutely i consider at i've certainly never met with one nor do i feel like i was set up well out of college i feel like you just graduate and then you get sent out into the world and they're like i good luck you figure it out a new kind of navigating through this world of you know everybody wants to find a job you get a job and then you have income for the first time and he sort of don't have any clue what to do with it so looking back what do you wish someone had told you when you first graduated about what to do with all this money you're about to make everything anything you know i mean you have your parents to rely on and my dad's an accountant so that helps a little bit but i feel like you're kind of out on your own in like this brand new world and they teach you all the basics of like education but nothing about what you're supposed to do with like real life and real money in real bills in real finance and you meet you you just finished grad school right so you may be could speak to both what you wish you would known from underground and from you.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Last night in new york eight people were killed and almost a dozen injured when a man in a truck drove down a busy bicycle path near the world trade center in manhattan the suspects at twenty nine year old usresident originally from his beck astanin central asia named as saifullah's saipa of was shot and wounded at the scene a new york bureau chief ed stalker sent us this report terror returned to the streets of new york on tuesday within just a few blocks of ground zero and bringing back immediate memories of nine eleven this just dan you are looking at of obviously a very disturbing live chat there that is the world trade center and we have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed is one of the towers of the world trade center see the big difference that tactics a truck veering off a road in lower manhattan and plowing into pedestrians and cyclists beside river syria since isis extolled it's for lewis to use vehicles as a method of attack laureates ramiah magazine the technique has now it seems crossed the atlantic indeed after the notorious attacks of london berlin and niece now new york there is a rather odd quiet down hair on chamber street with just a couple of blocks away from where this tara incident took place in fact i can see the home depot truck that mowed down pedestrians and cyclists just a couple of blocks away i can't advance any further because of the police line that is blocking people from advancing lots of police cars as well with their lights flashing and occasionally sounding on top of all of that oppress pack waiting for more news to emerge and rather bizarrely given the time of year peopling costume ought to have a wing parties.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"A fan i find those sorts of additions tricky can you name the only place name in the united kingdom that contains a nights mccrum offering just let us is it westwood explanation been first time if you'd like to hear more about emerging political parties i think i'm right in saying that we're going to actually colect and gather together various of those additions this week it to a special oneoff program now you can find more details among could com now return to our next highlights and it comes from this week's edition of the foreign desk explain of the children of legal immigrants are still far from fair rights to remain in the us in continued to be used as a bargaining chip by supporters of president trump's border wall but our new york bureau chief ed stock asks are all hopes lost even though we face today and tomorrow i have occurred martin luther king may have had a dream but he wasn't the only one fact the notion of a dreamer has become a highly charged parts of contemporary us politics and ever more so with president donald j trump and the white house nowadays dream as the collective term given to young undocumented immigrants who have lived in the us since they were children often but not exclusively from latin american nations to the south that the us that aspire to lebanon work legally in america and so gain apart parkway to citizenship that aim actually stems piece of legislation codes development relief an education fat alien mine is nifty abbreviated did the dream act accepts that's where the dream turns and little sour because although first introduced by congress in two thousand one as a way to provide that aforementioned legitimate path to citizenship for millions of young undocumented people in the us a seemingly unsellable luhn in politicians side republican objections have routed the bill's passing ever since and today which is where america bomber remember him stepped in and third way took up the cause of the dreamers.

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"new york bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"new york bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"S p 500's down threetenths of a percent down seven thousand down a tenth of a percent down thirty two of the nasdaq is down a tenth of a percent down 9 10year is down 232nds the you'll 2point 35 percent west texas intermediate crude is down two point nine percent at forty nine thirty two a barrel colmec's gold's up threetenths for presenting twelve seventy seven 20 an ounce the yen as a dollar twelve seventy the eurodollar seventeen twenty eight in the pound a dollar thirty fifty seven that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg markets continues now with lisa and pam thank you greg jarrett what to henry kravice larry fink steven cohen dan loeb wells fargo boston consulting co lawyer alan sap have in common with stephen ross well here to tell us is new york bureau chief jason kelley chase well thank you pam and what they have in common is a new home they're all going to be neighbors at hudson yards which for anyone who's been roaming around manhattan recently especially the over on the west side uh what once was and still is to some extent a place mostly for trains is now going to be almost a new little city within the city it's amazing well and these are huge financial icons who are agreeing to move to this new area and then moving away from it town can you talk a little bit about that and what the significance is it's hugely significant when you think about the sort of the history of money in in new york and in a lot of ways lisa it you'd this yeah we're sitting here just a couple blocks from park avenue which is really the corridor you know private equity and money a and and sort of that type of wealth and that type of business and what's interesting about kkr specifically is there in an iconic building already nine west 57 street and when you think about the history of that building in and their association with it the fact that they are leaving there for a very different neighborhood it's a real it's to real shift and a real late it the alone moving was enough i think to to get people's attention and then we need stack on top of it the id the blackrock has moving over there at the idea that steve cohen's new firm point seventy two is going to be there all.

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