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"nordisk" Discussed on 1A
"And cooling as we move our school buses to electric school districts will see savings that they can then reinvest in educational programming. But we need upfront investment from the federal government and from states to make it possible for those solar panels to be installed those new electric buses to be purchased. Now the commission breaks down its recommendations into four main areas. Mitigation adaptation education and equity. The report talks about turning schools into quote hubs of community resilience carlos. What do you mean by that. Well coming from south florida. That certainly means a lot to me. In south florida most of our schools or many of our schools are hurricane shelters. So what we wanna do is focus on the parts of the country where the impacts of climate change are already a reality and encourage investment so that schools can be protected from rising seas from extreme weather events and so that schools can be centers where people feel safe where people can go to when there is an emergency when there is a flooding event when a hurricane is approaching so this is about reducing emissions. But it's also about building in a more resilient way So that our schools number one are sustainable can continue existing where they are for for many decades to come and also so that they can be places of refuge when there's an extreme weather event or some other kind of danger. We're discussing the k. Twelve climate commission and how schools could educate their students to confront the climate challenges of the future. Remember to have your questions answered on future topics or to just let us know what you think. Tweet us at one eight. We'll be back with more from our guests in a moment this message comes from. npr sponsor. Novo nordisk most people think obesity is just a matter of willpower. But it's a biologically based serious disease with severe complications and decrease life expectancy. Novo nordisk is working to change how the world sees and manages obesity. The first step in turning the tide is recognizing that obesity is a disease all to help improve the lives of those who suffer from it and to remove the social stigma. More at about weight dot com. This message comes from capital one with the capital one venture card. You are an unlimited double miles on every purchase.
"nordisk" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
"A new agreement with novo Nordisk means Walmart is selling its own branded version of novolog. Real sense of fried for us at Walmart to hear the great feedback our pharmacists and pharmacy teams are very excited about the product and how they can help support patients. That's Michael Burke, director of brand pharmacy merchandising for Walmart. We'll talk about who can get this how much it costs. Why now? And what's next? This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your healthcare provider. Welcome to another week of the show, I am your host, Stacey Sims. And we aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. My son was diagnosed right before he turned to back in 2006 and my husband.
"nordisk" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Is going to be crosswinds was going to be any crosswinds but in the end the wind was all costs for one to come a lot. More cross hatch had in the important moments the most exposed of the race. And then yeah we got a bit more tailwind cross tail win the finished book. Fast line I did lose a little bit time. I broke a wheel. Front wheel saw taken out but didn't crush just before the big crash. i think. Yeah i was just chasing back on. Change the bike just after six k. Spreading in between the cars. And then yeah. There was the big pile up Between five and four case ago time by that coach Almost go back to that group with a few of the favorites felt good monitoring the all right kept drinking as much as i could take spots in the car. I stand the back of the neck. Every time the cobb for the cold war over my head just get used to write in in the heat like the eight degrees average temperature But a lot colder today Got some finish today. Loud wind on us. You are listening to kilometers zero by the sidelines. Podcast powered by super sapiens energy management for committed athletes and coaches. I'm daniel whole development program manager for team novo nordisk I helped manage the town. Id camps here. We have the professional team. And then we have our development team. Which is the team for the professional team and we always are filling new spots and so really this is just a tryout camps to qualify for their development program and development team in years past. We've just had people apply to our website online and present to us their story and their their resume from there. They kind of just can see what their training is. And they upload training every month and we keep an eye on them through that it's been interesting actually through the whole cove experience that we've actually switched to an online platform through the suffer fest and we have Two virtual camps now and people qualify through our virtual camps in order to come to our physical and person camp. So it's it's it's kind of forced us to get with the program of of The virtual experience on the bike and through that whole whole experience has actually been pretty valuable because we really see how strong writers are. The virtual stuff is is great for finding a really strong and physically gifted athlete. But sometimes i think as everybody knows. That doesn't really translate the road. I think having the in person campus invaluable especially. Because i mean that's what we do we race on the road race in in real life here and there's a lot more to it than just who's the strongest. There's a lot of tactic is involved. You have to be smart to know how to save your energy. It's not just a one hour effort on the trainer. It's it could be four five hour day five race. We have descent so you have to be able to handle your bike. If you're if you're trying to be a sprinter gabby able to handle the bike in the group and be and be physical and be aware. The person par is. I would say it's seventy five percent of everything that we need and It's actually interesting.
Walmart Unveils Low-Cost Insulin for Diabetes Patients
"Walmart says it's launched. Its own private brand of insulin. It says can offer lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up the seventy five percent off the cash price of other brands. walmart still fell about a half percent. it's brands mind. By the way are going to be manufactured by novo nordisk. Shut up about a half
Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin
"Its own private brand of insulin that it says is going to offer a lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up to 75% off the cash price of other brands. Wal Mart still fell about a half percent. It's brands mind by the way are going to be manufactured by Novo Nordisk. They shot up about a half
FDA Approves Obesity Drug That Helped People Cut Weight 15%
"Federal regulators are proving a version of a popular diabetes drug to help people lose weight the food and drug administration approved a self administered injection called we go be for long term weight management it's a higher dose version of semaglutide which is used for diabetes made by novo Nordisk company funded studies found that people taking we go be lost about fifteen percent of their weight that's five times more than those taking a placebo and researchers feel it's safer than many other obesity drugs although it can cause stomach upset angry as inflammation and carries a risk of a type of thyroid tumor more than one hundred million Americans about one in every three are obese I'm Jackie Quinn
"nordisk" Discussed on Marni on the Move
"In some thing that you wanna do like if you wanna be athletes you'll find athletes if you want to be a a supreme court justice we've got sony More theresa may the prime minister in the uk with diabetes. So it's there there's leaders and heroes everywhere for people look up to right. I mean thanks to technology right. I mean because of the continuous glucose monitoring system and the data and information that you've been able to get over the years from your own experiences and just the science is amazing. I mean it's fundamentally changed. The world for people diabetes and providing access and visibility gives you a chance to correct before there's a problem and you have that old adage is in sport right. Eat before you're hungry drink before you're thirsty and now now with this the jam that was like now we can stay in control all the time in control of the time we can win a lot more. How does the continuous glucose monitor work. So i've got a sensor in my arm and got a spare one here. It's like that big. Actually were three at one. Can see very little filament. There so a needle goes in. The arm comes out and inserts this film it and then this stays in for fourteen days or on your arm for fourteen days and for the people with diabetes. You're using this. It's called the freestyle lebron and scan it. Nfc check and then you get your number and an we got our super sapiens powered by abbot version. Which is bluetooth. And that's not yet in the us or selling in europe and now that's bluetooth so it sends data on fourteen hundred and forty data points per day that the consumers getting which is phenomenal. Amazing and i. It's a great tool for us and it allowed us to raise their bikes across america. We came back the next second year we won the race said we'll record one of the world of professional cycling as a mixed team. Riders without diabetes Up until two thousand twelve were team type. One was the twenty four th ranked team in the world and it was at that point. We got the chance to partner with note nova nordisk to create team novo nordisk. The world's first all diabetic professional cycling team with.
Finding Your Compassionate Heart
"Hello I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. Collection of actions you can do now during this time of change to make tomorrow better. To name one to to take a moment to nurture your heart. The ideal state of heart, which is your emotional core. Is Loving and compassionate. This isn't just spiritual idea. When you're saying by love and feel compassion for others. You become part of a constant give and take. The physiologists who call a feedback loop? That goes from your heart to every cell in your body. To everyone you in gone to. We've all been taught since childhood. That love is like a gift that someone else bestows. Anew. And only if you find this magical person, you will be happy. But self care has entered our lives in recent years. Ceska gives you the responsibility to create the wellness you want to enjoy for the rest of your life. No one else can do it for you. and. Months you really catch on says is a wonderful discovery. Why Linger in hope that someone else will make you better happier and more fulfilled. Those things come to only when you enter the process of giving and receiving. Then you'll find that people are source love and compassion because you're radiating those qualities. This is a case where suffering in silence doesn't work. nordisk complaining in matters of the heart, the squeaky wheel doesn't get the grease. The key to filling your heart with love and compassion is to make these your personal goals which you will attain on your own non just healing but a sense of personal power will come to you. What you can do today and every day. is to mind yourself that love and compassion are already dead and sparked of your inner life. Once you're done listening, take out a piece of paper. Take a moment to quite time alone and put your attention on your heart. Think of loving image or memory and write down. Continue to meditate on these lobbing images and memories until you're feeling of love really deepens. Don't force things and don't mind if your attention wanders. Just bring it back to the people you love. And they don't have to be real even characters in books and movies generate love. So do beloved pets whose love is often the purest and most innocent anyone experiences. As, you have this experience of love in your heart, give it to yourself. There did expand to fill your body in a flow of lights warm affectionate sensation. You will feel light and luminous everywhere. Because, you're actually experiencing your hearts most natural state. It takes effort and years a bad feeling to harden your heart. The, heart resist this hardening and takes every opportunity. To return to a soft open. Loving. That's why many people including the normally tough-minded. Feel it is safe to grind dark of a movie theater where no one is watching or observing you. The second part of the experience is to find compassion in your heart. which begins with kindness. When you seen the news or in your daily life someone who is suffering. Take a moment and let your heart go out to them. Don't dwell on the sadness and suffering. Instead, see this person with kindness. Let Yourself, understand and empathize. Ask yourself how you can help and be a part of healing the situation either through direct actions in the moment support from a distance through financial support. Or lending your voice to others. If you practice every day at feeling love and compassion in a heart, a change will occur. Instead of experiencing love and compassion privately. which for almost everyone safer than reaching out, you will meet a moment when very naturally, you will say or do something that gives you love and kindness to someone else. That this overflow arrive on its own. Just had the intention. Once you feel safe enough to be a source of loving compassion for others.
"nordisk" Discussed on AP News
"Diabetes patients struggling to afford insulin especially those affected by the corona virus pandemic can get it at sharply reduced prices or even for free all top 3 insulin makers are now offering programs to help U. S. patients stay on their medication novo Nordisk announced a program offering free insulation for at least 3 months for those who've lost insurance reflecting what the company says is an economic situation that's changed dramatically in the last few weeks rival drugmaker Eli Lilly began offering most of it's insolence for $35 monthly copay with or without private insurance drugmakers and nobody has a patient connection program and co pay assistance that lets most patients with private insurance get insulin for free or $10 a month I'm Jennifer king
"nordisk" Discussed on AP News
"Top 3 insulin makers are now offering programs to help U. S. patients stay on their medication novo Nordisk announced a program offering free insulation for at least 3 months for those who've lost insurance reflecting what the company says is an economic situation that's changed dramatically in the last few weeks rival drugmaker Eli Lilly began offering most of it's insolence for $35 monthly copay with or without private insurance drugmakers and nobody has a patient connection program and co pay assistance that lets most patients with private insurance get insulin for free or $10 a month I'm Jennifer king
"nordisk" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I have to help them find a way to find insulin. She says she has a good job in good insurance, but still has foregone car repairs and doesn't take vacations because she spent so much on our own medication. A recent study by researchers at Yale found that about a quarter of people with diabetes skip doses or use less than prescribed to save money. Kasha Lipsky is a research professor at Yale's medical school. She told the lawmakers that drug companies are using insulin to boost profits not come up with better drugs. I'll just go back to this vial of insulin. This is the same stuff, right? This is the same insulin. That's been around since one thousand nine hundred six nothing has changed except the price express. Scripts says the twenty five dollars copay plan won't apply to patients who have government sponsored insurance like Medicare or Medicaid. It'll be available to consumers whose insurance companies opt in and it covers insulin made by Lilly and Novo Nordisk two of the biggest insulin makers in the world. Alison, kodjak, NPR news. We should note. Both Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk have been NPR financial supporters in the past insulin. Made by the pharmaceutical companies sent a fee will also be covered under this plan. It's NPR news and the seven twenty nine we get another look at the commute.
Under Pressure, Eli Lilly Announces a Cheaper Insulin
"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business worse. Daily on this Monday. March eleven big news from big pharma last week, drug company, ally Lillian ounce. It will release a generic form of its brand named insulin. The list price of the new generic drug will be one hundred thirty seven dollars per vial. That's half the list price of its brand name version humilate the move comes following years of panic and outrage of the escalating price of insulin on which diabetics rely for daily symptom management. Insulin was first discovered as a treatment for diabetic patients more than one hundred years ago, when ally lily I introduced its brand name version of the drug in the mid nineties, a vile cost only twenty one dollars today the list price of a single violence about three hundred dollars the sky, high prices of lead one in four patients to ration their insulin, which can lead to illness and can be fatal rationing is the suspected cause of several recent deaths. The rapid price increases have inspired. Several lawsuits against ally lily, and it's two primary competitors Novo, Nordisk and snow. Their prices are just as high along with taking legal action. Some patients have taken to protesting outside ally lillies corporate headquarters, even with private insurance the cost of necessary, insulin can reach to more than a thousand dollars a month. But recent studies show that it only costs a few dollars to make one of those vials patients have responded to ally lillies announcement with cynicism arguing that it's simply a public relations ploy and one Senator pointed out that the company charges only thirty eight dollars for violet Huma, log in Canada. Eh production time Novo Nordisk had not announced any changes to their pricing model. According to the trade publication modern healthcare one vial of its brand name insulin. Now costs more than five hundred dollars. If ally lillies announcement is any indication pharmaceutical companies are trying to ward off more bad publicity. Ally. Lily may also be trying to get ahead of potential regulations which could have a ripple effect on all drug pricing. Some experts say lillies cheaper generic may not make much of a difference because of the Byzantine structure of the American healthcare system, the savings may not reach the people who need it. The most the patients. From wondering this business wars daily, if our show makes you think share it with a friend would word of mouth is the best way for us to grow. I'm David Brown. We'll be back with Tamar. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BW daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com. Lash BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes and central online for sponsoring the show.
"nordisk" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right? And a bit of a mutiny. Oh, gosh. I don't know they let a lot of people go and then finally the editorial board actually came out with an editorial in opposition to their own and they fired the Oriel board. I mean, it got bloody out there. So all right. Elsewhere our friends at at Expedia doing well shares jumped after the online travel agent forecast profit that topped expectations the company reported better than expected quarterly results. Earnings were better revenue in line. But still the growth of expedience home rental service slowed apparently revenue from home away. Only rose twenty percent. The slowest rate this year twenty four is that all that's all. That's it. That's it. All right. Big pharma big pharma is doing I guess less research into diabetes. Yeah. They're getting away from it. They're rushing into cutting edge. Jim Yoon system technologies for cancer and DNA flaws, but big names like Sanofi Novo Nordisk, which is the biggest maker of diabetes drugs. They're all kind of moving away from the disease. In fact, Sanofi says, it's it's accelerating seventeen programs a lot and cancer. But it's dropping at least two in diabetes. Novo Nordisk has moved into new territories like obesity and liver disease and kind of moved away again from diabetes. Yeah. The number one killer. I think of. Being cancer. I think so number one cancer. I would make sense though, is something that it's it's everywhere. It's pervasive. And it can be prevented getting worse because people keep getting bigger. Yes. True. All right futures lower SNP down fourteen NASDAQ down fifty five from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. All right. It's about eight eleven it's a Friday morning at seven hundred wwl w we have the green new deal coming our.
"nordisk" Discussed on WCPT 820
"So no fee increase the price of its three main insulin and brands by between four point four and five point two percent. Last week Novo Nordisk increase the price of its insulin products. Just under five percent now. People are already rationing their own insulin. We've interviewed a mother whose son died because he couldn't afford his own insulin. There are more than one million people in this country with type one diabetes all of whom need insulin to stay alive, but it has become wildly expensive. And just as happened this month, by some magical mystery these Corp. Perations of raise their prices together. By nearly the same exact amount. And it exactly the same time. Now, of course, it is in question and said, oh, you know, that I know that the government knows that it is illegal to conspire on price-fixing. And that is precisely what all the evidence suggests has been taking place here for a long time. So why are we tolerating this? If terrorists were killing Americans this way by poisoning them by denying them life saving medication we would act forcefully improperly. These people have no right to take a publicly created product and exploited and crew collude on prices the way, they're doing at the result with the result of Americans dying. It's time to take bold action on insulin and all drugs, so that profiteering is out of the picture and the public's well-being. Is paramount. Let's act now. Hello, everybody. This is Richard RJ s cow from Missouri. Our, you know, there are a lot of myths out there about social security, and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you already earned. Here's the truth. Social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's driving up. The deficit are lying social security camps right up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit. In fact, it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit, and it's currently holding more than two point seven trillion dollars in surplus..
"nordisk" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Edit time when the whole market is clearly rolling over. Giga moment. Appreciate that. The stock would the very old fashioned you. I just won't quit. The big pharma clauses rallied another two bucks or one point, eight percent today after volume, four percent yesterday when the average which is getting spin. That movie is running for nine straight sessions. It's the best act stock in the entire speak five hundred. That would be an incredible even in a healthy market. But in the middle of a rift. One based on inflation. Inflation worries. This is downright. Stunning. We've got to explore how that can be the case because it wasn't that long ago that investors should give it up when the Indianapolis clauses, it looked as bad as the Colt student last night's big down at the hands of the patriots only a few months ago. Many analysts spies the stop use the endless worries about its most important franchise the diabetes. Now when we put those worries to rest, and that's allowed the stock to war from seventy four dollars in March up to a hundred fifteen today. That is an incredible move for gigantic wondering, twenty billion dollar drug company. You rarely ever see such resurrection. And it's reminder that when Alice right off a franchise that is a this high quality, you might want to take the other side of the tracks. That's why tonight I'm gonna walk you through the anatomy of this miraculous rally so that you can see how this whole process plays out house dot goes from being loath to love. And I think Lewis talk has gotten a little overheated here. If we get a market wide sell off, that at least includes Louis next week. I'm. Telling you, how did he lie? Willie shake the bear case here. How did convince nonbelievers before it can explain how got us group back. You need to know how lost in the first place coming into twenty eighteen. The analyst community was pretty bullish on the stock. Both of them have by ratings on it, even if they're adverage. Price. Target was only about ten percent higher the it was already trading, but then in January Louis got hit not with just one downgrade, but to devastating downgrades in the span of a few weeks still. So first Goldman Sachs green analyst took it from Biden mutual, arguing that Wall Street was underestimating the risk to the company's key diabetes drug chew listening. Thanks to new competition from Novo Nordisk. Then we got the Cudi Groff from Credit Suisse which downgraded Willie from market perform to an actual sell. This is really for heaven's sake to a celery then taking the company wouldn't be able to hit its own sales growth. Forecasts credit squeeze worried that Novo Nordisk give. We'll take a lot of market share with its diabetes drug. Everyone was scared or Novo, of course, that would be deadly, free Louis. If it were true over the. For years. The company expects to get forty percent of its sales growth from this Varkey franchise of listening if that drug can't keep delivering, and then you could argue the companies in trouble. I never argued that sure enough mood reported the energy way the company blue way the estimates. They raised their full, your guidance, but it didn't matter. These bears the stock act. She went lower. He's he's pairs, hung up listening fears and they spread that fear management wasn't exactly where you're sure in the front. I have to give them that. But wow, I mean, talk about trashing great American institution, they now we did talk about some pricing pressure diabetes business, but that was a, let's say, way over exaggerated by the bears in the following day's more analyst jumped on the bears bandwagon, arguing that Novo Nordisk again, was poised to beat Willie to a pulp and take its lunch money in the diabetes space. The bear sandals envisioned. This is a multi wave assault. First, Novo Nordisk, existing diabetes, drug toes, generally thought to be infuriated. Lewis product, they now Simmons going to start posting better data that might make it more competitive. Then Novo's new drug ozanich which launched in February after multiple delays. By the way would become the new instant of Kathy industry. Then they told us that Louise neutralises study would be a disappointment causing the cub you're seeing even more ground to its competitor. Finally, long-term Novo Nordisk has another drug in the pipeline that these bears claim with dominate the diabetes business for years to come..
Euro rally analysis and global currencies
"A surprise to our meeting on saturday with kim in a bid to keep the summits on track asia markets relatively steady on the back of that news to pan closed up about one tenth of a percent with the nikkei that the hang seng index carney up about six tenths of a percent whereas the shanghai called has been losing a bit of ground in the past hour down about three tenths of sent at the moment we're also keeping keanae on currencies today in particular the euro which has been rallying this morning after the italian president rejected the populist choice for a year skeptic candidate as a finance minister said your mozzarella's saying this is for the good of the country euro dollar currently up about half a percent euroyen harbor down about six tenths of upset sterling however up about two tenths of a percent also do keep an eye on the leyritz extending gains two point two percent against the dollar also the indonesian rupee rupiahs climbing it's speculation of another interest rate hike by the central bank they're also keep an eye on commodities in particular brands and wgla crude both again extending losses wti down around sixty six dollars a barrel this off to saudi arabia and russia proposed easing output cubs often eliminating that inventory samples at sparked the biggest price crash in a generation now you're off today told the markets that was a bloomberg business flash let's get back to some more of our holiday programming where we're taking a closer look at this policy earning season in particular healthcare store stocks have gained quite significantly this past quarter amid a flurry of deal making notable moves includes nafie outbidding rival novo nordisk by ab links for four point eight billion dollars japan's takeda pharmaceutical meanwhile had to put in five bids before securing a sixty two billion dollar deal for drug shire in germany meanwhile pharma and seeds company by is still pushing to close its sixty six billion dollar purchase of agra chemical firm monsanto to lots going on in that sector now see a van of bowman spoke to daybreak europe anchors guy johnson and matt miller as by a cut its forecast for the year citing currency effects i'm happy to.
"nordisk" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Support for this podcast in the following message come from novo nordisk dedicated to research and innovation to help millions of people living with diabetes learn more at novo nordisk guy us pie this is guy rise and i mini thomas and together we bring you wow in the world npr's podcast her curious grown up and we're back with all new episodes new scientific adventures both and after this world find wow in the world on npr one apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts moves i'm linda falls this is another happy hour two of the most interesting shows to him out of last year's broadcast tv are still going strong this is us is still had ramsey and speechless fine abc's lab family comedies is still a delight as it happens last year we checked in the shows in the help of two of our fee ring long cohosts evolving veteran ari shapiro the tatras mountains us audie cornish thom tillis announced so are we take a quick venetian reagan seem like a good time to revisit these conversations as though the shows dive into their second first after this week it's tough these days for broadcast networks to launch new hits in this crowded landscape that they're facing crowded landscape the hour that in there it's modern talk but nbc has had a rare score with this is us a pretty traditional family drama in a lot of ways if i was three adult siblings kate who's played by chrissy mats.
"nordisk" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from novo nordisk dedicated to research and innovation to help millions of people living with diabetes learn more at novo nordisk dot u s a disabled 10yearold girl was recently detained in south texas for immigration violations her case spotlights a harsh reality of the borderlands undocumented immigrants who live north of the border but south of a string of border patrol checkpoints say they feel trapped some call at la how less spanish for the cage and peres john bernett reports the federal government maintains 34 highway checkpoints within a hundred miles of the southwest border as a second line of defence against illegal immigration at the checkpoint on the interstate north of the rato texas border patrol agents question every driver death today in these things it isn't it they're looking for smuggled drugs people resident anybody's in the vehicle because they fear getting caught at these checkpoints unauthorized immigrants can live their whole lives in this drip of thorn brushing desert along the us mexico border they miss graduations and funerals they hunker down instead of evacuating for hurricanes the undocumented parents of rosa maria hernandez the little girl was cerebral palsy were fearful as well they didn't the company her through the checkpoint to a hospital two and a half hours away instead they sent her with an adult cousin who is a us citizen but the border patrol apprehended or any way mike smith is a methodist pastor and director of a local community center so people who live here in laredo are really living in an island.
"nordisk" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Harvard business review once again however his putting all that aside and just getting empirical on our collective ass as it rates the best ceos in the world the best performing ceos ranks the hundred best from the best companies the best people who had these companies and the best person to talk about this is initially he is the editor in chief of harvard business review welcome back audie yeah thanks mike that'd be here now before we get to use number one you're here last you're talking about this list in a dane the lars from novo nordisk was up there where we go well he lost his john you you know it's a it's a fickle business so he was number one in your ranking yes but not in the hearts of novonordisk shareholder suggests essay said the ranking this is not our sense of who is on the rise in his not anecdotal about uh you know uh a man or woman we think is great it's it's there's a formula formula's but to that he had a great run he had a great run and we came to a head he can't do that but we look at two things with a total shareholder return and that's very objective and clear and going all the way back to when a ceo starts his or her career so this is a longterm thing but then we also add on what's called e s cheated environmental social governance and that kind of holds these leaders to the fire in terms of making money but are you doing the right thing and turn to the climate in terms of governance in terms of.
"nordisk" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from novo nordisk dedicated to research and innovation to help millions of people living with diabetes learn more at novo nordisk dot u s live from npr news in washington i'm jack spear president trump is addressing the controversy over a meeting between his oldest son and a russian attorney who claimed to have damaging information about then presidential candidate hillary clinton trump during a news conference in paris today defended his sundall junior evison who's a great young man is a fine person to committing with a lawyer from russia uh it lasted for very short period and nothing came of the meeting and i think it's a meeting that most people in politics probably would have taken trump said the russian national was not a government lawyer despite initial claims to the contrary on another matter trump speaking to reporters on air force one today said he would invite russian leader vladimir putin to the white house said now is not the right time in offtherecord conversation with reporters aboard air force one the president touched on his sons meeting with russian lawyer in other topics including the healthcare bill is npr's tampere keith explains the white house agreed to put part of what the president said on the record and released a partial transcript president trump said the investigation into russian interference in the election and questions about his campaigns involvement are a media witchhunt that's bad for the country he didn't say whether he believed russian president vladimir putin's assertion that russia had nothing to do with it though trump told reporters that someone recently suggested to him that if russia really had been involved quote you wouldn't have found out about it.
"nordisk" Discussed on Latino USA
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"Support for this podcast and the following message come from novo nordisk dedicated to research and innovation to help millions of people living with diabetes learn more at novo nordisk dot u s thanks for listening to latino usa have you heard up i the morning news podcast from npr when news moves fast it's the quick morning update on what happened and what you need to start the day wake up with up i tomorrow morning by six am eastern on npr one app and wherever you listen to podcasts welcome to let the usa i might yet in wholesome if i say the number eleven million you may connected with the estimated eleven million immigrants living in the united states without proper documentation but what about five million that's the estimated number of us citizens with at least one parent whose undocumented so we're talking the sons and daughters of some of those eleven million people latino usa producer fidelity here in the studio with me uh so fernanda so far this year we've seen a few stories in the news about mothers getting deported and getting separated from their usborn kills deported an award mother of four who lived in the us for more than fifteen years vendetta americanborn children on the outside he's our live it's been happening for a long time but the fear of deportation has definitely increased since election day this might be because between the eleven million people who are undocumented and their us citizen children that's a lot of people who could be affected by immigration policies.
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