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"oracle america" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dozen major wildfires. Over the weekend. Weather conditions did cooperate, however, were already starting to see the winds Pick up Oregon and Washington State. Also hard hit more than 30. People killed in all on thousands of homes lost today. The president visits California as Joe Biden speaks at this hour about climate change, he says. The president ignores science President Trump is called for better forest management. Tic TAC now says it has submitted a proposal to the U. S Treasury Department that could resolve the Trump Administration security concerns. The president has set a deadline now just days away, the Chinese owner of the video sharing out to sell its U. S operations to a U. S company. So far bite dance has announced a partnership. With Oracle America is listening to Fox News. NewsRadio, Kale, BJ. I'm Patrick Osborne. This news brought to buy Jake on roofing. The City Council this week will consider the save Austin's vital economic sectors or saves resolution thirsty brother says. We'll focus on things like child care, infrastructure, alive music venues, He industries that we're going to need as we recover from the virus that are in danger of disappearing and not surviving. Until that point arts venues, restaurants and bars would also be included. Adler says the resolution will look for ways Find additional money to prop up those industries. And he says council may recommend leveraging some of the city's sales tax revenue is seed money. All five of Lake Ways living former mayors have joined together to form the Save Lakeway Political Action Committee. The pack says the council's making decisions not the best interest of the community packs also come out strongly against Proposition See, which involves term limits and Proposition G, which involves bond debt. Half a year into the pandemic, Health officials say. We have to continue to stay the course officials say. It's been more than six months since Kobe 19 broke out in Austin Austin, Public Health head epidemiologist Jennifer Chef says they've been on the case since the beginning of the year. Since that time we've investigated 27,000 cases. She and other health officials say the area has made great strides in the fight against Koba 19 and says they must continue. John Cooley News Radio K LBJ opponents of LGBT curriculum being taught in Texas public schools or cheering a decision by the State Board of Education to reject that proposal. Mary Elizabeth Castle with Texas value says that curriculum could actually sparked a new wave of bullying topics have opened the door for setting gal opposing viewpoints and for actually punishing kids for having different viewpoints from their families. The State Board of Education says any school is free to teach that topic and health classes, but It won't be required to look at your news radio cable BJ Radar Weather Watch Cloudy. Breezy, inhuman this afternoon with the thunderstorm around high 89 low 73 Clowney inhuman Tomorrow I 90 from the weather Center. I'm Brian Man and I'm Patrick Osborne Get Austin News on demand at news radio k LBJ dot com. You know, Good cup. A za roof for.

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"oracle america" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Treasury Department that could resolve the Trump Administration security concerns. The president has set a deadline now just days away. If the Chinese owner of the video sharing APP to sell its U. S operations to a U. S company, so far bite dance, has announced a partnership with Oracle. America is listening to Fox views. This report is sponsored by Compassion. International Staying Connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk The already delayed process of applying for a pistol permit in Wake County is being delayed further. Someone in the permit office tested positive for Corona virus, prompting nearly a dozen workers to self isolate. County already has a backlog of some 4000 permits. Emergency aid workers from our state have heeded the call for volunteers out West Mac McClure reports. Red Cross workers and volunteers from North Carolina are in Oregon this week, helping to provide relief and assistance to millions of residents affected by the West Coast wildfires. The primary mission of the North Carolina Red Cross this time will be to provide shelter and food to those who have lost their homes to the fires. The Red Cross is asking people not to donate clothing right now, the agency says monetary donations would be much more appreciated. I'm Matt McClure highpoint Authorities have released more details about a fatal crash that claimed the life of an elderly man Saturday night. Police say 72 year old Gregory Henson, lost control of his vehicle ran off the roadway and crashed down an embankment on business 85. Investigators believe he may have suffered a health emergency that led to the wreck. Police officers were leaving Asheville at a faster rate than normal Citizen Times. Reports more than 30 officers or 13% of the force have quit since June. 1st chief David Zack says that's more in three months than they normally see resign in an entire year. Today marks the re opening of all three of the state's aquariums. Under the governor's phase. 2.5 plan facilities at Fort Fisher Final Shore and Roanoke Island have been shuttered since mid March. Aquarium director male and White said the public's a key component to their mission of education and inspiration and had glad to welcome everyone back. Among the changes you'll notice tickets have to be purchased in advance and are good now only for specific times. Face coverings are also mandatory with continuing news updates. I'm Kyle Wilson. I'll just hit him Miss Thunderstorms here in the Carolinas for the top of the work week. Our rain chances go up late this week is some of the moisture from Sally comes in Thursday Friday, the Carolinas 85 this afternoon with a stray storm. I'm Scott Lawrimore, the weather channel 1061 FM.

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"oracle america" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on CarCast

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"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars

"Stares across the room. What is he going to do? He has a name of a company in two jets sitting in a hangar one hundred feet away. He's also in debt for over three million dollars that he convinced his sisters he would be able to pay back to their joint. Trust Fund. He's been trying to do something worthwhile with his inheritance. But in a matter of months, he's already blowing it. No catches himself surprised that he said this allowed. He's going to make this company work. It's not going to be as easy as he thought. But he knows they're still a market for fast and reliable shipping. What he doesn't know yet. Is How to capitalize on. Its, nineteen seventy two in a Manhattan hotel. A business consultant named Art Bass walks into a conference room. He Sees Fred Smith sitting with Roger Frock Frock works for a rival consulting firm. Bass stopped, Short. Raja, what are you doing here? I'm presenting my ideas to Fred, here on the viability of an overnight shipping company what are you doing here? The same thing? Both men turned to. Smith. told either of them that he had hired a second consulting firm. It's an aggressive move. Smith shrugs he doesn't understand what the fuss is about they both got their money. I figured opinions were better than what so what did you find out? FRAK SPEAKS I. Well, our study indicates the door to door. Overnight delivery is a real hole in the market. Bass nuts we found the same thing right now there are one hundred medium to large cities that don't receive any kind of overnight service at all. If you can find a network to reach those cities, you can capture a large segment of the market. But frock is frowning. Outside of the logistics of raising the money and overcoming the regulations oversee airlines there is another potential obstacle. Smith raises his eyebrows. What's that? Well. There's a very real possibility that once you establish the viability of this service bigger name shipping competitors will copy at and push you out. Is there a particular competitor you're worried about? Iraq and Bass. Don't miss a beat ups Smith not. Of course he knew that it is a huge crazy expensive gamble. But he likes gambles the smart money would be on ups. Smith figures. This is the moment to see if he can take on big brown itself. He feels good about his odds. But this will be punishing high stakes wager. We get support from net suite by Oracle America's slowly. But surely getting back to work and win in the new economy you need every advantage to succeed smart companies run on net suite by Oracle. The world's number one cloud business system with net. Sweet. You'll have the visibility and control over your financial hr inventory ECOMMERCE and more everything. You need all in one place whether you're doing a million or hundreds of millions in sales net sweet lets you manage every penny with precision. You'll have the agility to compete with anyone work from anywhere and run your whole company right from your phone. Net sweet surveyed and business leaders assembled a playbook of the top strategies they're using as America reopens for business. Now you can get that free.

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"oracle america" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"I'm not gonNA Google Shit anymore I'm not going to hop on twitter facebook all over here. I'll go to another Doug Russell. Somebody already happened. They sensors videos. On the Ten Commandments. The word murder. The. Ten Commandments. All right fellas you like this direction I don't know. I feel like I'm a big boy. I can. First off. You putting the information out there about hydrochloric win right. How would I get hydrochloric win unless my doctor would prescribe of murdering maniac doctor, right? So lighten murder meter I should then talk to my doctor who should weigh the. Let me let me tell you what get. There were several the showed in advanced disease hydroxy clerk sometimes with is through mice and never with zinc. had a slightly worse outcome in very advanced disease. So in advanced disease, it is not recommended. All the studies early, the disease were that Salenko or some of the people were up in front of the the doctors there were several doctors that speak if you watch the whole video. All the evidence suggests it works in early and mild disease. Helpful. Yes. That's it. All right. So then the question is is And by the way, why is Dick Smith Zone getting a pass? What do we freak out about decks Beth zone or? Apprentice and I don't think maybe trump probably didn't he didn't mention it. So that CNN, are they that worried about lives being lost from Cova or? Are is the mayor as governor they that worried about it or if they were. A little less beach talk and a little more hydrochloric talk. I listen to folks They're not. They don't care about your vote, but they don't care about you. Hope you. All right. Let me hit oracle by net sweet or net suite by Oracle America's ready to get back to work up boy. Are we I'm already back to work. There's a new.

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"oracle america" Discussed on Into America

Into America

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Into America

"To better understand the system that they might actually blind to because they're such a part of it, and so in grand. Where's lamb between? You know what Caryn mind business keep moving. End US happened really did break down. Some of the experiences break down a little bit of systemic. The Be Blind to. Okay! This is going to be an awkward analogy, but. Me Sometimes white show runners who have these predominantly white cast and predominantly white themes on her show get criticized for not being diverse, enough and then. Season two or season three. They shoehorned this black haired in as response to okay here we go here's. She has a boyfriend now so here. Here's the diversity that you want in I actually think some of that criticism needs to pivot a bit because I. Don't actually have a problem with someone. Creating a thing data is based on your experience. In even if you think of someone like Lena, Lena, Dunham, with girls, and the criticism that that she received the first couple of seasons for creating this very homogeneous depiction of New York City. You can curate an all white life even in new. York City you can curate in all black life after rated in all black life in Pittsburgh, which is wanting to white is major cities in the country. So, it's possible to do that, but the issue is that when you try to shoehorn that conversation and. It doesn't work because you just don't naturally. Don't organically have black people in your life. Like people you know to think about black people that you could bounce ideas off of and so with the sorts of conversations about race, or whatever the issue isn't necessarily the lack of conversation or black people that wouldn't atop the issue is at. White people just don't don't have this sort of relationships already. With a black person. Where you're just hanging out, or you're just friends, he's not. You're black friend. He's just your homie. And if he's this your home, you just hanging out in your in your confused about a thing. Then that conversation can happen. The thing that you know about that piece. People were like so. This guy writes a bulk once no one talk about his book. Once no one to comprehend the spoken. I'm like you're not. You're not reading this in good faith, because a good faith freed would recognize that what I'm talking about. Are People, approach me. The cold in just unloading. It kind of reminds me of of how people you know in this is particularly men get really like focus on just approaching a woman an attractive woman that they see it doesn't matter if he's eating doesn't matter in Yoga. She's like she's cute. I'M GONNA shoot my shot right now. And it's like yeah. Maybe you'd have a better chance if you actually engaged in conversation or waited for more organic opportunity instead of interrupting. Just because you think she's too. In, the context of what we're talking about is that another kind of manifestation of privilege that focusing just approach you and talk about whatever they want, regardless of what you do. Oh definitely, definitely I mean. You know why people don't know how to be guest. In a this thing that is is being seen throughout the country right now. Where you know one hand, you know in the peace talk about the people who were doing the least. and. These are people who are getting hysterical that they have to wear masks won't go into trader. Joe's or whole foods, or whatever in these are people? Who are not used to following directions and I'm one of those people who I hate going to like a house party, and it's one of those shoes houses. Because? It's like you must shoes. My shoes apartment outfit like I. Have Put a lot of effort. To. Put a lot effort into these. Issues are intentional. Mean and also when I wear to. They give me like an extra inch so I'm like I'm like two and a half extreme with the with the blimpy's on it and I liked that feeling but. If it's their house. Mr Role. then. You can't take off shoes. At is think that on both sides of the spectrum. You have the one in where the white people who don't want to do anything. And then on the other end there a way, people who who now they're just discovering, they just discover racism in some twenty twenty, and now they want to engage which you about it, and they believe the a black person. This black person is is my own personal anti-racist booklets. That I could. I could prompt. Ask I play some sort of awkward asking Negro Game. Win Him and that's just that that is a function of privilege of believing that we exist. For, your education. We'll. Be Right back. Choose to go to the mall and do the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are hard. I'm Chuck Rosenberg on my podcast the. I speak with those who sacrificed for the common good who do things because they are hard this week warmer national security. Council official Fiona Hill. Shelves have a serious rational discussion about where we want the relationship with Russia to go, but we have to stop using Russia as part of our domestic politics. Join me for season. Three of OATH MSNBC podcast searched for the oath wherever you're listening right now and please subscribe new episodes every Wednesday. We get support from net suite by Oracle America is ready to get back to work, but the economy has changed. You need every advantage to succeed in this new environment, and that's by smart companies. Run on net suite by Oracle. It's the world's number. 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"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From wondering I'm David, Brown. This is business wars daily on this Friday June nineteenth. Audrey Gilman envisioned the women's co working space. She founded as a women's Utopia. In Two thousand sixteen. Then twenty twenty-eight-year-old Gilman partnered with another something friend. Lauren Cassen to found the wing, its mission to be feminist, safe workspace in which women surrounded by other ambitious women would feel empowered to succeed and unbothered by the Patriarchy among other issues. The wing vocally supported pay equity. The company rose on the back of the METOO movement. It attracted members who loved the idea of a progressive women. I space high profile speakers included. Included Hillary Clinton and actress Jennifer Lawrence Tennis Star Serena. Williams is an investor. Members pay up to three thousand dollars a year for access to the CO working spaces, and all that comes with them from breastfeeding rooms to hair, care products, luxurious spaces, and a magazine called no-man's-land the new. York Times reports prior to the pandemic. It had twelve thousand members paying at least twenty one hundred dollars a year, according to the Wall Street Journal. In the four years since its founding the glamorous Gilman of former publicist became a star of business publication, celebrating the supposed success of the instagram worthy chain before covid nineteen hit, the wing had raised almost one hundred twenty million dollars in venture, capital funding and expanded to eleven locations, but underneath it's polished suspicious. There was deep trouble at the wing, rampant accusations by black and brown workers, persistent racial discrimination and abusive behavior by Executives, senior staff and club members that's according to reports in the New York. Times the Wall Street Journal and the Feminist Publication Jessie Belle. Earlier this month. Gilman resigned the same day. Managers at the Wings New, York headquarters staged a virtual walkout protesting labor conditions in solidarity with employees of color, most of whom cleaned served bus tables, and did other manual labor, in addition, a separate group of those former employees, most of them black and brown formed. A group called flew the coop. That group is circulating a petition, demanding change and compensation for a variety of. Of alleged harms for obvious reasons, the pandemic dealt serious blows to co working companies for example, the wings seattle-based rival. The riveter ran nine co working spaces across the country. It closed those locations permanently at the end of May today. The company says its mission is to support America's seventy five million working women. It has pivoted to an online model that offers content and virtual networking for more than thirty thousand members. But the riveter kept a lower profile than the wing and is hardly come under the same scrutiny, the wing to closed all eleven of its locations and curtailed ambitious expansion plans its problems, which had been simmering for some time came to a head when it's financial, fortunes turned when it closed its co working spaces. The company stopped building its members revenue plunged by ninety five percent in April. The wing laid off or furloughed most of its employees. It set up an employee relief fund and told former workers they could apply and receive five hundred dollars each by mid-may. Some workers had received the money, but others had not on June first and employees who questioned the delay was told that the. The Fund had been paused while the wing continued to raise more money, but that same day the company posted support for the black lives matter movement on instagram. It was more than an expression of sympathy for the caused the wing said it was donating two hundred thousand dollars to the color of change, the N., double ACP and other racial justice organizations, and it challenged other businesses to step up financially as well. The workers who had just been told the wing couldn't afford to pay them. Five hundred dollars in employee assistance were incensed. One woman commented. Hold up! How do you have two hundred thousand dollars for organizations when you still haven't paid numerous employees that applied for the employees relief fund. The visible conflict between the outward expression of support for racial justice, while failing to help its own employees of color focused attention on Gilman's leadership. That was the point at which she stepped down. She retained ten percent ownership of the company. To replace Gilman her co founder Lauren Casson and two other executives will lead a new office of the CEO, but current and former employees have said Gilman's resignation is not enough among flew the coupes, demands or that co Lauren. Casson resigned that the company donate three hundred thousand dollars to assist former hourly employees, and that a grant be made to former employees to pay for mental health treatment for those who have sought it quote because of the mistreatment. Not long ago, the movement encouraged women to go public with charges of sexual harassment and discrimination. The result numerous male executives were ousted from their jobs to some critics. There is irony in a company that rose to prominence by promising female empowerment, now needing to reckon with its own flaws when it comes to racial equity as numerous press accounts have not the wing in many members to accomplish big things to other books. Raise funds start companies. Question now whether the wing is capable of overhauling itself enough not to survive. It's cove related financial difficulties. But to live up to its lofty promises. From wondering this Business Wars David. This week's episodes were written by Elaine Appleton grant and win Moran produced by Elaine Appleton grant and edited by. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez four wondering I'm Dave Brown. We'll see you next week. This episode of Business Wars Dis brought to you by net suite by Oracle America's ready to get back to work, but to win in the new economy. You need every advantage to succeed. SMART companies run on net suite by Oracle, the world's number, one cloud business system where you're doing a million or hundreds of millions in sales net sweet lets you manage every penny with precision and check this out net sweet surveyed. 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"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

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"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"State their support for racial equality, it's clear that advocates and consumers are taking know how brand new support for inclusivity will affect their bottom lines however. Has Yet to be seen? This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by net suite by Oracle. America's ready to get back to work, but to win in the new economy. You need every advantage to succeed. SMART companies run on net suite by Oracle the world's number, one cloud business system whether you're doing a million or hundreds of millions in sales net sweet lets you manage every penny with precision and check this out net sweet surveyed hundreds of business leaders and assembled a playbook of top strategies. They're using. America reopens for business. Get your free guide. Seven actions businesses need to take now and schedule your free product tour net, sweet dot com slash B W daily join over twenty thousand companies who trust net sweet to make it happen. That's a free guide and schedule your free product to a right now at net sweet dot com slash w daily. Net sweet dot com slash VW daily..

"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hudson yards neighborhood on the west side the new office will accommodate more than fifteen hundred workers and is slated to open in twenty twenty one according to an email statement a former oracle America employee testified this week that she was told she would have to leave the company and later returned to get higher pay Diane Boris who worked for eleven years at oracle as an interaction designer said during an administrative trial that she experienced difficulties in getting a raise at oracle the labor department's office of federal contract compliance programs alleges oracle paid women Asian and black employees less than their male white colleagues and steer them into lower paying jobs oracle says the allegations are unfounded there is more reason for the federal reserve to stand Pat on interest rates when it winds up its final policy meeting of twenty nineteen on Wednesday Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice reports the fed he said it's past three policy meetings the guard against the economic slump it looks like a smart move the government's November employment report shows pay will grow stopped a quarter million and the unemployment rate fell to three point five percent matching a half century low along with tame inflation the sturdy labor market is contributing the expectations the fed will hold rates steady next year and then to twenty twenty one we don't you like school Burke radio week on Wall Street for the S. and P. five hundred up two tenths of one percent for the week and the S. and P. is now up twenty five and a half percent so far year to date global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is a canyon on the radio bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm June Grasso coming up on the show how media mega mergers can actually help local news plus senator o'connell Harris bows out of the democratic presidential race but first despite a recent analyst downgrade streaming company roku stock price is up three hundred forty four percent for the year and it's still the most popular streaming TV device as of last week the company was valued at a whopping three hundred twenty two times analysts twelve month even though for cats can the company maintain the laughter stock price here to tell us is tireless Chapelle a media columnist for Bloomberg opinion first of all tell us what roku is so roku is a streaming TV company and basically what that means is they make a few different things they're mostly known for their little devices I'd there they come with the remote control the roku remote and.

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"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Approval before making changes to the voting process on Christopher crew and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters was that a year after Amazon dot com walked away from a planned headquarters in New York Amazon has announced a significant expansion in midtown Manhattan the company signed a lease for three hundred thirty five thousand square feet in the Hudson yards neighborhood on the west side the new office will accommodate more than fifteen hundred workers and is slated to open in twenty twenty one according to an email statement a former oracle America employee testified this week that she was told she would have to leave the company and later returned to get higher pay Diane Boris who worked for eleven years at oracle as an interaction designer said during an administrative trial that she experienced difficulties in getting a raise at oracle the labor department's office of federal contract compliance programs alleges oracle paid women Asian and black employees less than their male white colleagues and steer them into lower paying jobs oracle says the allegations are unfounded there is more reason for the federal reserve to stand Pat on interest rates when it winds up its final policy meeting of twenty nineteen on Wednesday Bloomberg's Vinny del Judah's reports the fed he said it's past three policy meetings the guard against me economic slump it looks like a smart move the government's November employment report shows payroll growth stopped a quarter million and the unemployment rate fell the three point five percent matching a half century low along with came inflation the sturdy labor market is contributing the expectations the fed will hold rates steady next year and then to twenty twenty one any doubt should explain Burke radio week on Wall Street for the S. and P. five hundred up two tenths of one percent for the week and the S. and P. is now up twenty five and a half percent so far year to date global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these birds.

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"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For three hundred thirty five thousand square feet in the Hudson yards neighborhood on the west side the new office will accommodate more than fifteen hundred workers and is slated to open in twenty twenty one according to an email statement a former oracle America employee testified this week that she was told she would have to leave the company and later returned to get higher pay Diane Boras who worked for eleven years at oracle as an interaction designer said during an administrative trial that she experienced difficulties in getting a raise at oracle the labor department's office of federal contract compliance programs alleges oracle paid women Asian and black employees less than their male white colleagues and steer them into lower paying jobs oracle says the allegations are unfounded there's more reason for the federal reserve to stand Pat on interest rates when it winds up its final policy meeting of twenty nineteen on Wednesday Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice reports the fed he said it's past three policy meetings to guard against the economic slump it looks like a smart move the government's November employment report shows pay will grow stopped a quarter million and the unemployment rate fell to three point five percent matching a half century low along with tame inflation this thirty labor market is contributing the expectations the fed will hold rates steady next year and then to twenty twenty one we don't you like school Burke radio we go to Wall Street for the S. and P. five hundred up two tenths of one percent for the week and the S. and P. is now up twenty five and a half percent so far year to date global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg when I grow up I want to be a new pair of blue jeans when I grow up I'll IB kids first computer when I grow up I don't want to be a piece of garbage and if you recycle me I won't be give your garbage another life recycle learn how at I want to be recycled dot org brought to you by keep America beautiful and the ad council the results your listening to a masters in business on Bloomberg radio Ben Horowitz is my guest today he is a co founder and general partner at fame's venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz he is the author of what you do is who you are a really interesting book about how to maintain and develop business culture but let's talk about the book you pretty much begin by saying culture is everything in business and sports in life you'll you'll write a lot about it how can a young company that is just getting off the ground L. up of culture and maintain that over time yeah I think that so there's a couple things in that question that I think are important exam one is you don't necessarily have to maintain the exact same culture over time cultures to involve it's not like whatever mission statement or something like that and I don't get the sense that you are the biggest advocate for those sorts of firm mission statement Hey do you know like they're they're these kind of there's a lot of this survivorship bias in business well like you look at something after the fact and go yeah they had a great mission statement or cult like culture will be carried out a sentence like if you were with that's probably why they didn't succeed now I could die doubt that that was the thing like anything I really like the phenomenal product they built and then like the rest of it checked up around them yet another would still look at the ten thousand companies that failed and see how many of them had a great nations yeah exactly exactly I've seen many so I don't think that's what it is and then look when we're talking about culture we're talking about and I did she does a great definition of it which it's not a set of beliefs to set of actions into that begs the question like how do you get people to behave how you want them to behave when you're not there so like why do why is that person return that phone call that day and not like a week later or not never why do people stay at work Tel eight PM and not five PM why do people stay at the four seasons presses a red roof inn when you do a deal are you optimizing for the price of the partnership like all these things are your culture and they're not in the mission statement they're not in the KPIs some okay ours and all these kinds of things and so how do you program it rent program them in turns out to be a very very kind of complex effort and not easily done and I think that he will you know which is kind of the rationale behind the book and you know it is hard to start it right at the beginning of the company because you don't know what you want to be and who you want to be has a lot to do with your actual business strategy so an example of this if you take Amazon right they have a very frugal culture you know the maybe like in force in offering an Israeli the desk on top of the two so the door on top of the soon to be endorses as a desk you reference in the book yeah the whole thing right but you know they have a strategy where that makes sense because they want to be the low price leader and that's like in like Bezos's like original loop of about you know as his wonderful drawing about like how Amazon works and all that like that was fundamental to their strategy apple doesn't have that cultural value nor do they need to have a very a would be antithetical to what they're doing because they want to have they want the most beautiful products out there and like they're going to spare no expense and Steve Jobs actually got fired the first time for sparing no expense you know which was on culture for him but not for Scully it's so you get you know the culture has to be built for the strategy and so as you are developing your strategy you might not be able to really know what you want your culture to be in the beginning and then like I see scale you run into different kinds of issues and so forth but yeah there there's definitely I would say their techniques but you've got you know to get it right you really have to understand culture in the kind of the gestalt of it like the entire thing and that's I'm how I approach the book and in and why like it took a whole book to explain it coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Horowitz co founder of Andriessen.

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"oracle america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To the phones and we will talk next to I believe this is Joe who's in New York City on aim for our excuse me almost get my home digits him to Cleveland but on the Larry elder show Hey Joe go ahead you're on the air a good evening are you know representative Devin newness you hit the nail right on the head when he stated that this entire fiasco this entire subversion of our legal system is the result of a media orchestrated campaign that's exactly what it is now with that being said it is absolutely critical that the American public knows exactly who these people are who own our media I'm talking about the Viacom's the Comcast the Disney that set for and so forth and there's one or oracle America any details exactly who these corporations or what their agenda is what the corporate ownership is because it's absolutely vital understand that these are the people who actually wield political power in the United States again you have to Google it specifically quarrels America AT and I are A. M. F. I. R. because otherwise you won't let you access the document they do everything they can to hide it and I'll be sad you know basically well as long as the people who control the media have in order influence over the disproportionate majority of the electorate would never gonna hold ourselves out of this mess deliberately also liberal also Marxist policy makers are behind the media cameras in the TV cameras as long as they control that mechanism of controlling public opinion would not going to get out of this mess to the electoral process so that being said you should not lose hope because I want to remember that this country was not born out of the electoral process you know it's all a lot of pictures got together they are let's see each other their lives the sacred honor in their fortunes to establish a new Republic here in the western hemisphere and I'm afraid that's exactly how this Republicans and had to be reborn because he only wanted to have the parasites off of our backs when the media the academy and the government is to basically deny them I'm not only on the use of force and that's why it is so fundamental that we need to know second amendment rights and that's exactly why we have a second amendment to do two things number one defend yourself against the hordes of criminals and our deteriorating society and more importantly to defend our country against a tyrannical government like the one we have in Washington DC which and the politicians that are on both sides of the aisle Republican and Democrat presently prostitutes for the men in control the mass media I want to tell you this I'm gonna jump in so I guess some of the people in the Jo Jo limits I did I I pulled up I want to thank you because you've given me my next reading assignment and I do have in front of me right now it actually came up as a PDF it'll take you to write to a twenty three page long PDF and I cannot wait to read this and I want to thank you Joe also listing on a and nine seventy by the way there in New York City I want to thank you for proving my point is that I said at the top of each of the the last two hours and that is that I love doing the Larry elder show because I love this audience because I learned so much I learn as much as I'm able to teach on a program like this with an audience this fast in this universe in this intelligence so thank you you just proved the point I'm gonna read that very closely it does look well equal parts fascinating and terrifying to be quite Frank all right let's go next to surprise Arizona that's where Davis hanging out listening to the aerial show Bob France sitting in for Larry governor had Dave I had the opportunity Bob I want to mention to the safe spaces from came up I was honored I got to see the premiere here in Phoenix with that Dennis Prager in that and the other four it was great that's awesome but he needs to get out watch it amen to that it's a great movie like you said with your last caller interesting and terrifying all at the same time the way they've taken over the campuses all my goodness all my goodness yeah yeah it in that's what the movie is all about in a primarily campuses but you know it's really terrifying tape if I may it it's soul starting before that now it is so starting at the high school level and at the junior high level and quite frankly in the elementary or primary schools as well where they are teaching kids that there are some things that you are not allowed to say and I'm not talking about the accepted things like the N. word or the aft bomber those kind of things but if you say something that might hurt somebody else's feelings you are in trouble and that Jay and and each person of course decide for themselves what hurts their feelings it is a very dangerous track the we are on right now it's manifesting itself in the campuses but it is starting its originating much much earlier all you what I ball though the reason they want to take away free speech is because that's how they control your thought hundred percent agree one hundred percent and and it'll give another example of that you know what we are probably late last week I guess it was that one of Comilla Harris's new ideas on her platform for her flagging and feeling campaign is to keep skids kids in school for up to ten hours a day if you heard this right keep kids in school till around six PM and it's ostensibly in her argument to increase their opportunities for learning but it's also to make things easier on parents schedules because they're working in the middle of the day and they can't pick up their kids of three o'clock blah blah blah but the bottom line is the more hours a day your kids spend in school the more they're being raised by the state and less by.

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"oracle america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The promo code elder hi Bob prince in for Larry once again let's go back to the phones and we will talk next to I believe this is Joe who's in New York City on aim for our excuse me almost get my home digits him to Cleveland but on the Larry elder show Hey Joe go ahead you're on the air a good evening are you don't representative Devin newness he hit the nail right on the head when he stated that this entire fiasco this entire subversion of our legal system is the result of a media orchestrated campaign that's exactly what it is now with that being said it is absolutely critical that the American public knows exactly who these people are who own our media I'm talking about the Viacom's the Comcast the Disney that set for and so forth and is one oracle America any details exactly who these corporations or what their agenda is what the corporate ownership is because it's absolutely vital to understand that these are the people who actually wield political power in the United States again you have to Google it specifically for rules America AT and I are A. M. F. I. R. because otherwise you won't let you access the document they do everything they can to hide it and I'll be sad you know basically what as long as the people who control the media have in order influence over the disproportionate majority of the electorate would never gonna hold ourselves out of this mess deliberately also little all through Marxist policy makers are behind the media cameras in the TV cameras as long as they control that mechanism of controlling public opinion we're not going to get out of this mess to the electoral process so that being said you should not lose hope because I want to remember that this country was not born out of the electoral process you know it's all a lot of teachers got together they are let's see each other their lives this secret honor in the fortunes to establishing Republic here in the western hemisphere and I'm afraid that's exactly how this Republicans and had to be reborn because the only way to tell the parasites off of our backs when the media the academy and government is basically deny them I'm not only on the use of force and that's what is so fundamental that we need to know second amendment rights why we have a second amendment to do two things number one defend yourself against the hordes of criminal nor deteriorating society and more importantly to defend our country against a tyrannical government like the one we have in Washington DC which and the politicians that are on both sides of the aisle Republican and Democrat simply prostitutes for the men in control the mass media and again so I want to tell you this I'm gonna jump in so I get some of the people in the Jo Jo limits I did I I pulled up I want to thank you because you've given me my next reading assignment and I do have in front of me right now it actually came up as a PDF it'll take you to write to a twenty three page long PDF and I cannot wait to read this and I want to thank you Joe also listening on a among seventy by the way there in New York City I want to thank you for proving my point is that I said at the top of each of the the last two hours and that is that I love doing the Larry elder show because I love this audience because I learned so much I learn as much as I'm able to teach on a program like this with an audience this fast in this universe in this intelligence so thank you you just proved the point I'm gonna read that very closely it does look well equal parts fascinating and terrifying to be quite Frank all right let's go next to surprise Arizona that's where Davis hanging out listening to the aerial show Bob France sitting in for Larry governor had Dave had the opportunity Bob I want to mention to the safe spaces from came up I was honored I got to see the premiere here in Phoenix with Dennis Prager in that and the outpouring that was great that's awesome but he needs to get out watch it amen to that it's a great movie like you said with your last caller interesting and terrifying all at the same time the way they've taken over the campus all my goodness all my goodness yeah yeah it in that's what the movie is all about in a primarily campuses but you know it's really terrifying tape if I may it it's soul starting before that now it is so starting at the high school level and at the junior high level and quite frankly in the elementary or primary schools as well where they are teaching kids that there are some things that you are not allowed to say and I'm not talking about the accepted things like the N. word or the aft bomber those kind of things but if you say something that might hurt somebody else's feelings you are in trouble and after and in each person of course decide for themselves what hurts their feelings it is a very dangerous track the we are on right now it's manifesting itself in the campuses but it is starting its originating much much earlier well you and I both know the reason they want to take away free speech because that's how they control your thought hundred percent agree one hundred percent in and it'll give another example of that you know what we were probably late last week I guess it was that one of comma Harris's new ideas on her platform for her flagging instilling campaign is to keep skids kids in school for up to ten hours a day if you heard this right keep kids in school till around six PM and it's ostensibly in her argument to increase their opportunities for learning but it's also to make things easier on parents schedules because they're working in the middle of the day and they can't pick up their kids of three o'clock blah blah blah but the bottom line is the more hours a day your kids spend in school the more they're being raised by the state and less by the.

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"oracle america" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"oracle america" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Slowly work into the contemplative side of getting ready for the day. And that's everything from I trying to do some kind of a task list. But really short like I ask myself. What if I only got a couple of things done today? What would those things be because so many things are gonna come up that are gonna take my time? If I just got a couple of three things done, what would they be? And I write them down. I put him in outlook. Put all these notes and outlook the beginning of the day. Then I refer to them all day long, as I'm making notes or going through meetings, etc. And then most days, I'm working from home. If I'm not at home at the customer site. So couple of days a week three days a week after the six o'clock kinda half hour meditation. I'm getting kids ready for school cetera by eight on back at home. And then I'll go for a run three days a week eight to nine is a run. And then I'm fresh running by about nine thirty. I'm back at my desk. And then, you know, the day just rolls in typically, it's call after call after call and sometimes I'll have a three hour spot to try to get outbound calls catch up with people or dooney mail at cetera. Most days are like that. But then I'm got days were on site. And those are typically. One beginning our to a half to two governance meetings can last pretty much all day once a quarter. And what about the back end of the day? How do you wrap things up? Well, I have small kids and so one of the benefits of mostly were oracle is a big work at home environment that happened back in two thousand eight that really encouraged working from home if nothing else it was a cost savings play. 'cause it reduced the number of floors in office building that we had to rent everybody just had a hotel desk instead of assigned us. But so I take a pause in work between a war by four. I've got a pick up a kid do stuff with them and have a couple of kids at home. And then there's dinner than put the kids the bed, and then it's back to work at about eight thirty till ten if I wanna work or I got other stuff going on. But I typically break up my day that way so starts with meditation. N- than some exercise that a whole bunch of busy work in meetings than a three hour break in the afternoon evening. And then a couple more hours in the the lady got it. Are there any other habits routines that release central to your success in the way you operate the meditation? The exercise are the key in the only real consistent parts of my schedule that I do on a regular basis. Everything else is relatively movable. And before I forget them totally switch gears here. But I don't wanna forget the question. How the heck did you get to Sweden love? My wife is from Sweden, and I met her when I lived in Washington DC in her sister lived not too far from me, we met through her sister dated internationally, and she's a physician so she studied in trained in Europe. So kind of have to start over again to practice medicine in the US. So instead, I. Just came over here. And it was that post oracle. Did you do all of that with oracle? Or did you join oracle in the middle of some of that I was with oracle on both ends so two thousand seven to two thousand nine I was on the Sierra mtm in the mid Atlantic. I happen to be working with a few big pharmaceutical companies, but that was, you know, a few of the counts that I had in geographic territory, and then when I moved to Sweden is switched business units into a kind of a pharma only business unit the life sciences business unit, and that's where I've been ever since. And how did you affect that transition because that was one of the things that was always really interesting to me at oracle? And in fact, I was at eloquent when we got a quired by oracle is so funny the day that that acquisition was announced Thomas Korean comes in. And he's talking about all the stuff that's going to happen. And I distinctly remember he didn't say it this way. But this is the way I remember it. I remember him saying, oh, it's so cute that you guys are in like seven countries because we're in one hundred sixty seven and. Was that point that I really started to just started to get my head around sort of the reach of oracle. And I thought, you know, this is a really interesting place to be if you have an interest and my wife went to high school in three countries. So she's always kind of pushed a little bit too. Hey, you know, we you don't have to necessarily be here in the US. There's other places that you could work. So how did you make that happen? How did you go from the mid Atlantic to Sweden to be with your girlfriend wife? So the way that we're structured is that there's a different entity for every country. So there's oracle America. There's oracle Sweden so on and so forth. So it was really two stages one I had to I had to quit oracle America. Just because by the fact that I was leaving just simply had to quit and in the interim, I would just use all my connections on. I said, hey, you know, Anita job in Sweden and through internal networking found a different opportunity for. There was a new first line manager who needed a RAB and needed several accounts covered in Denmark, and it turned out that I was in the relatively southern side of Sweden. And so it was good anti at work with a pharmaceutical companies not with pharma apps, but with, you know, at least understanding something about the industry. So it was good match. Not I was rehired by oracle Sweden. And I was able to keep some kind of seniority in terms of retirement than you know, number of days of occasion, things like that. Did you have that lined up before you left or you quit in you left, and you affected all of that from Sweden? They was in the middle. I had but before I left I had met this manager who turned out to be my money boss once I got there. But I left just jumping. I did not leave the job when I got on the plane to move. Wow. That's fascinating. So glad I asked so back to the regularly scheduled process talk to you. How just what your information diet is what are you? Reading listening to watching and windows that happen. Typically, I got a lot of Google alerts set up so keyword bay. So the names of my customers, the names of some of their products and definitely the name of the executives that I care about either. I know or I wanna know. So I'm watching every day what's going on in the news from the Google alerts, and I also keep up with their financial documents the ten K's and things like that. And sometimes I will listen to their earnings calls, and that's kind of daily truly customer oriented media. But then otherwise more and more listening to podcasters yours. There's advanced selling podcast is another one. There's a couple of sales related podcasts that I'm listening to more and more. And then there's that one finding mastery. Great podcast, just really inspirational talk in sports psychologist in. I think he's with the Seattle hawks. And he just has a number really really great kind of top shelf guests in that's more introverted or in introspective. I should say my information diet and other than that. Then it's then it's books I read non fiction fiction alike. But when it comes to business stuff, I've read I've actually recently come back to a number of really great sales books. There's the challenger sale. Maybe even more than challenger. So I like selling to the sweet those are two really great books. And then there's one that a friend of mine turned me onto a few months ago. It's called the power of moments. I don't know if you've heard of that one haven't it's the basic ideas that moments can completely change your perspective on some part of life. And in fact, moments can be engine some moments are totally happenstance in other moments that can actually be engineered for the better of yourself or your customers or humanity or whatever and it talks about how. Positively impact moments that are meaningful to forward your relationships in in your business dealings and its been impactful as been really impactful great book highly recommended that's fantastic. Well, as always we will put links to all of the books and podcasts and all the other Lincoln stuff into the show notes. And if you just go to top one dot FM forward slash sixty one that will take you right there. I was actually in California the first part of this week, and I drove all the heck over the place. So a flew into San Jose, drove up to Santa Rosa. So that's about a two hour drive. All the way, I guess I didn't go on that side of the bay but passing Francisco way up north into into wine country, and then back to San Jose where there were no hotel rooms left, which caused me to spend a night in Santa Cruz. And there are worse things except for that, it was raining and all of that allowed me to listen to the whole of Dan Pink's book win followed by and I tend. To dive into things the medically. So win was followed by about halfway through Cal Newport's deep work and both of those arts, it's a very interesting kinda mix, and certainly has me thinking about a lot of things in terms of the way that I structure my time and the way that I do the work that I do and that is particularly relevant for me right now it just in the process of bringing the new daily sales tips show on board and making all of this manageable. So that I can continue to sell in my day to day. So I've also been in the process of on boarding, a fulltime virtual assistant. So that I don't kill myself with all that I'm trying to do because I if if you're paying any attention, you'll note that got a lot of my plate. It's a little bit ambitious, but so far so good so good resources for folks, if you're into the book stuff, what about tools and apps are there other things that you're using over the course of of your day that are really central more and more. It's link. Often, and I cut this idea of doing a t shirt and the t bit of tangent. But it relates Lincoln's stick with me and on the T shirt, I envision having it's almost like a formula or equation, it's zero and then next to the euro is an arrow pointing to the right and the next to that is a one and to me that symbolizes going from never doing something to doing it for the first time, and I kind of I dabbled and then dove into linked in with video and over the past four weeks, I've done three videos and post them on money

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"oracle america" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"oracle america" Discussed on WJDX

"Of friends were syracuse because of just about every newsroom at a td no work in the thirteenth round well let's hit how close to think syracuse was to the tournaments well and for i mean they had the why would you had to be among the last four because they were number one and and i see and that but wow for out but my get the before but it doesn't really matter it but we're going to see yeah right she i would put syracuse first but the to the one seed in you know i keep because you play all game and your team is after the competent that would be better opposite of the you know the way tournament where you actually want him to can prove that they can win away from all because the term played away all you know i hit played at home i want him to can win it all logo jason you've been bludgeons okay where you know to go back to the nc well the way oracle america will be rob another on likely syracuse run to the final four there's not on i can do about it they're that the league no evidence to to get there if you with the one in getting to me and you know what it was no it was no evidence last year and we got to the final four yeah the did that but they beat the better team but you that a better read that i would today they had a better read no agree last year there was there was not as much of a dislike it was a big also the other thing about last year last year the committee the because of the quality be a larger pool the committee take the team that something significant we negative about them that in are you there without a bit take good you had to fill a field they did not have that issue this year and jason.

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"oracle america" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"oracle america" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well it so i mean there right now and i had the semis fisher terry collins and i'm i just the next week but i get there but it can so i mean you decision i thought first base a little bit but but you know they were right him up for answers that level go this time it became you can try third thank you got no shots by now i don't get it first base you so but somehow favourite to find a way to put it under and it maybe get enough on it and i can't get enough on top and maybe he'll come around the intention right now but that that is very learning in actually you know mirth rookie stories but did margaret greg bird big story are greg bird at it great conversation with and i know it's not a met and but i'll be don't play mets a little bit i found funny about but it that way to story it's amazing out east beat become better because it injured yet shoulder and they were starter or set of course his story oh not yet cancer really sure you weren't inept break i i talk about that great he won't stint basically away the the game is in josh but just all eyes but he's a catcher corner i was basically created a whole culture of these great you watch catchers throughout the organization and that's why you at some really improvement among the yanks catcher so we don't spend kind of stuff i get them at the us bank and now look report for then a playoff hangover the the wool stacked the wolves high you know the long well a lot but long it but this so i have a good or the art bostick gotta stuff there and kevin always a pleasure center you got ta out the tear thought this of the oracle america's most beloved a man of many nicknames kevin current we always love having him on what's on tap coming up in the eight o'clock hour much more sports on people guard the on new york's does seven ten wwl hello i'm i can tell the inventor.

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