17 Burst results for "P. G."
"p. g." Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"What always lied to I see that I put on all time said she would marry guy feel one of my favorite show I'm ready when everybody is on the bigger fan of the idea everyone knows everyone knows you know whatever my life I have a lot of questions maybe maybe you'll understand in a minute when I'm playing for two killer song did to introduce this segment keep this P. G. you know because I want to hear I don't want to hear I talking about that so early in the morning there was a first for you this week that you that you decided to share with the class yes yeah I mean here and share with everybody this is the kind of stuff that gets talked about I miss everything but I don't I knew that I didn't even know so much about everybody in this room and they know stuff about me that we don't even need to know what was your first this week of all weeks in the middle of a quarantine because you're so smooth what was your first listen I got my first bikini Brazilian wax mmhm it was nice but it was so nice nice when it happens but when it's over the line I understand you did this with with six feet of social distancing which was amazing I.
"p. g." Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Minute phone call I just wish you got some you know burning questions or concerns are you can also email me at info at P. G. retirement dot com in the subject line just put ask Matt email it to info at P. G. retirement outcome then in the body ask a question a metal get back to you as quickly as he can so info at P. G. retirement dot com we're talking today about three things that you really should be doing it right now and if you've done these fantastic you're ahead of the game but most of us are Matt was talking about you know do you just have you you have a portfolio for retirement or actually of a plan for your retirement because most of us would have the tools right four oh one K.'s IRA's I have some life insurance maybe nobody here there got some real estate whatever it is we have different tools in our retirement tool belt but you actually have a written plan that's kind of what we're talking about today the importance of actually planning for these types of situations even though we've never seen anything like this before but certainly when you sit down with a financial planner the retirement planner like mad in the team of the paradigm group they're always gonna say well the markets can't continually go up we've been reaching out for the last several years that the markets will go down didn't see it happening this way and this sudden and all of that but that's certainly something if you have a written retirement plan your advisor is certainly putting that type of thing in there you're not caught unawares now the first thing you thought was really important matters the risk exposure review maybe just touch on that a little bit give us a highlight of that they will move on to number two yeah the it's so important that you understand risk not only just in what you invest in right meaning a stock or bond better risk exposure review meeting how are all your assets exposed to risk because again we're fighting health care risk that health crisis that turned into a economic crisis which is different than a financial crisis right where you have market crisis but now what's happening is because we shut down the economy it's unprecedented we don't know how long it's going to bounce back we know deep the unemployment is we don't understand the recessionary issues and some of the other things that are going to happen so what's going to happen is that all assets are at risk so you have to understand what do you have real estate what do you have bonds worthy of stocks with the a bit coin whether you have you know gold whether you have commodities whether you have whatever it may be there is that risk right and if you're a small business owner and all your assets were tied up in that business right and that business was going to be your retirement and that this whole economic crisis is now under you know is interrupted the value of that business and the income is going to drive C. so there's a tremendous amount of risk I'll give you another example we're gonna talk about in a second pensions pensions are gonna come under certain serious stress and they were ready stressed to be able to afford the payouts to people so if you have a pension and you already have one the likelihood of you having your pension cut is gone up so I'll talk about that a little bit later but market research Bowsher review is looking at your entire plan looking at your entire portfolio how much risk are we exposed to and what does it mean to me going forward that is such an important thing to do and it's just a phone call away it is so simple and again what I again what we offer everybody out there listening is the ability to have that twenty minute phone call just a complimentary consultation on the phone so we can have a open discussion about what you're concerned with what are you worried about you know what questions do you have and I think it's a great place to start yeah that number seven two zero nine three one sixty five sixty eight and if you're if you are a small business owner and this is certainly impacting you because it's impacting even become.
"p. g." Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"You Eric very well thanks for being on a show waiting by the phone tells about Jan who you met at work and about your dates and where you guys stand when I know everything pretty cool you know not have comfortable while work differently given her background eight and we did the whole dinner and a movie thanks and I thought it was going pretty well you know like it's all like to make an animal to room and Colin was saying the whole the whole making out okay so making it went so well that you went back to your house and you you guys made out naked make out yeah how far did that go with it like peace P. G. but how far does that go you know not quite fully I guess okay nice high quality sounds real sexy makeout session that move away we stand now what happened after that you know I want to do a third day and I texted a couple times a female they haven't heard anything back so we know what's going on okay hi Lester we come in we'll call this girl G. I and I I think you haven't seen her work either or now to us okay like whole dropping off the map on me I'm like learning why that happened we had fun bunch talent from local Jan you'll be on the phone I don't want you to say anything right of first we'll try to get some info for you but at some point definitely jumped in and hopefully we can straighten this whole thing out to get you guys going on another date and pay for it okay okay can you hang on for second I stay right here you've.
"p. g." Discussed on V103
"Today's R&B and throwbacks he's one of three coming up we're going to tell you where you can find testing on the south side if you think you might have the corona virus we'll keep you updated G. one oh three she G. yeah G. she because she wants to P. G. but she she she's got she's today's R&B and throwbacks V. went oh three it's Jane sparrow the Saturday morning break up club is coming up in just over an hour so we got all the best of old school and dusty's all your music and your memories to make you feel good on this Saturday.
"p. g." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A letter also what includes a link to a local C. P. G. companies that locals can actually support with online purchases there you go so everybody's kind of pulling together on this one let's squeeze together squeeze in a call here we got Jeff is in Round Rock good morning Jeff hi Jeff good morning gentlemen and thanks for taking my call great show as always thank you Todd earlier you mentioned something about not trusting China what they said about the zero corona viruses after what they've done already has basically ruined the American economy and so it seems to me that president trump two months ago that was his his best thing the stand on was how well the economy was doing was like a freight train that couldn't be stopped yeah and and now it's come to a standstill the other thing is is now that we put all these people out of business unemployment's going to go up which is another thing that he had to stand on them and so when it says citizens if we wanted to go down and voice our opinion in a group they've also eliminated our right to ship for free up peaceful assembly because we can't can't didn't groups more than ten I just I hear yeah listen I I I think the communist country China is a is it an incredible incredible threat to our national security absolutely they are not our friends at all they still intellectual property they have manipulated our our money over the years you know holding back information on this virus they are an incredible threat to our economy and many other economies on this on this planet they they are a threat to this global right now actually don't disagree about what I think we need to do is we need that to kind of get our heads together to keep our heads about ourselves we need to reopen these restaurants and these businesses need to get the economy back on its feet keep going and I did some research on the two thousand and nine H. ones and one blue of the swine flu and if you look at all the symptoms and number of people that have died it was a lot worse than it is now but the symptoms were exactly the same you could get that transferred through the air you can get it by touching hard surfaces and it's nothing like what it is now this well it worked let me push back let me push back a little bit on you on on that front Jeff because this virus is a respiratory virus it it affects people with asthma and respiratory issues that is no issue right there hello well so did the wind to swine flu but not as bad because here's the thing I don't know how many villagers the Austin area hospitals have but let's say that the local hospital has fifty ventilators and some old people show up and need a ventilator that means that means twenty elderly folks your mother your grandmother and your father they're gonna die gasping for air in the lobby that's that that's the greatest concern regardless of how this virus get here regardless of how you feel about who started it and who do who got here what we should do that is a major issue the fact that we don't have the supplies to treat the number of patients this time around the respirators is the issue we don't want to flood our hospitals with patients that we can't take care of that's what we all need to stay away from each other for a little while yep and I kind of agree with that one business owner that we heard earlier this morning talking about shutting everything down for three weeks and this is a Donald Trump supporter let me play this and get your reaction on the after the local news at the bottom of the hour Mr president my name is Rodney Steven and I just closed fifty health clubs in six states in the Midwest by your request and some governor mandates which has caused me to lay off four thousand employees that I love and spent twenty six years building I'm asking you to do one of two things please one close the country down so we can achieve your fifteen day timeline to beat this virus should it down it should down now there are major cities in activities going on right now in many places why or let us open and get back to work and open our businesses I'm so sorry to ask we just need to do one or the other if we're going to close down more later please do it now a slow bleed we more detrimental I would hate to be in your position thank you for all that you do all right there you go I'd love.
"p. g." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Morning at eleven OO six I just got to confirm P. G. Sittenfeld talking for the first time about the tonight and our thing where the city goes from here plus some interesting questions I'm sure about maybe loans I don't I have no information and if there's speculation and probably wishful thinking on the part of some people going on my P. G. government will find out as come on tomorrow morning at eleven oh six we have the new development tonight in our case of course is a car still not people can contain did did that they heard that it was reported stolen three weeks ago that's not what we're getting on the news a minute that could change to obviously because it's a fluid situation but the story heard is six days ago was reported stolen which would put it the day after she was arrested by the FBI and the question is do you think it was insurance fraud going Hey listen I got a card can't Florida got money at its center after you leave the keys in the car now my problem anymore or is it the more likely fact that the FBI agents who arresters simply just forgot about the car because they're so happy to get to my Denard the scofflaw that well settled red dot on my chest for from the FBI buildings right here together Hey look I got a red dot a measure what do they get the more likely scenario five one three seven four nine seven thousand I'm not saying you know FBI agents are people too they'll do what they want a very very serious people Hey a whole sense of a different set of camaraderie and pride within the agency they're not saying anybody but you know maybe I everyone has a bad day just we forgot it with after Kerr there than someone took it could happen it could happen Kroger is limiting the amount of sanitation cold and flu products that will be sold because of coronavirus fears because there's high demand in an effort to make sure that people are reporting into them they're going to be limiting the amount of sanitizers cold or flu products to five port analysis for online orders I don't know if it's clicklist it's certainly not in retail but again this is an indicator that this is an indicator that the this is what the future's going to some point I would think because of the scare that Kroger's going okay we're limiting the amount of hand sand and cold and fruit products you can buy a Kroger so you're going well we've had six deaths and there's probably more coming let's face it large in Washington state but largely all the people over a certain age all in a nursing home which is the one group that's compromised currently young people who generally are with the floor copper that they're not discriminate anyone over seventy is is is at risk for this I'm not saying that it's not going to certainly have an effect in America but I think the hype so far is absolute been off the charts it doesn't if you're going well why would they limit and and Cincinnati why would they limit the amount you can just I'll tell you why people like Willie so will the the other day I walk in the studio and he's on the phone and I it's it you know your honor is talking and I knew right away is talking his wife Patty and he is telling well done we get when your program gets out again like thirty twenty thirty cans of soup get some samples and get a get we'll get like ten Santana hand sanitizers and Kleenex the single what you're talking to a young family well it's not a penny the people judge and I a L. S. corona virus we want to make sure we got some some stock some supplies he is buying thirty cans of soup Campbell's I don't want progress so that's a tell you that's I tell you we got a lot of arson like no that's not not really what happened Franco American either spaghetti o's the French you fool so I said was what twenty thirty cans of soup are you hoarding Superman St corona virus man you gotta quit reading all at today you gotta quit watching those TV shows you with those new shows you watch man it all way to worry about this but this is why probably that Kroger has now stopped in limiting the amount of stuff you can buy because well it's the Willie factor because people will use the same guy who when Obama was president he was convinced largely because of the crazy people and show on a Sunday night show that that they were gonna ban bullets and of course member that was a are fifteens or they're gonna be in the book so he went in and now we bought an air fifty but he bought like three thirty thousand rounds of air fifteen ammo which he never shoots so he's got thirty cans of soup and thirty thousand rounds of air.
"p. g." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Know that everything is actually just the quantum field but let's talk about particles and forces today extra credit podcast right so this level that we face particles and they're connected by forces the for okay how the particles talk to each other and if my particles talking your particles then when you punch me in the face then that's why I feel it right now if you say when asked if it happens often I try to make this a concrete example for the list not abstract if I slowly caress your cheek it will I notice you made that and if not a one let's keep this P. G. imagine that you're building a particles of feel different forces than me then when we high five our hands would pass right through each other because we not pay attention to each other or track to repel or anything we would like to use going through each other because the particles that make a sub don't interact tried to all about interacting okay so the neutrino is one of these particles that doesn't speak the same language that our particles speak that's right the neutrino is neutral has no electric charge as one of the reasons it's called neutrino neutrinos Italian for little neutral particle and so it doesn't feel electro magnetism at all and not only does it not feel electro magnetism like the electron does feel it but it also doesn't feel the strong nuclear force that's the one that holds the quirks together in the nucleus and affects the proton and a neutron and so it doesn't feel the two strongest forces in the universe the strong nuclear force and electro magnetism generally just likes to avoid conflict it was kind of snobby mostly ignores everything nabi are shy I don't know you could see it both ways says the introvert standing up for the introverted particle aren't you that day yeah well let's get more into it let's take a quick break first dot com slash rules available now from I heart a new series presented by T..
"p. g." Discussed on WGN Radio
"Some no no I did I do remember this no no I know that I know that it can't be an R. rated songs movies P. G. thirteen yeah so that song is fine but now the rest of it it's a it is a good album I've listened to it I'm not a huge Lana del Rey fan I remember her disastrous debut on SNL all my god really like who is this check get her off right all full and then the following week who played here it out she came out on weekend update what I think was my to be Kristen Wiig but they came out just ripped her yeah but the most one of the most legendary disasters of musical performances well of course was Ashley Simpson all my god she got busted like lip sinking so funny and then she blamed the band at the end yeah the show yeah now that was a great moment in national history Jude law so that have she just started dancing like an idiot yeah just aren't like and then at the end she she blamed it on our band and then the next day when all that when all hell broke loose about it she claimed acid reflux do you remember that yeah was he should learn something from wing cone moving coin yeah you don't drink a little fire little fireball and fix your acid reflux when we all fall asleep where do we go Billy I wish in thank you next Arianna Grande was it something she said the Pete Davidson well is it she did a song called thank you dax innocent about P. David it's about all her boyfriend okay E. Davis and is referenced she gives them the thank you next and then it was a he turned around to make not married but dated Kate Hudson or something or some model what is it Kay was a Kate Hudson or was it Kate Beckinsale is Kate Beckinsale yeah how does a guy like Pete Davidson get somebody like Kate Beckinsale I don't know the guy's a goon I love them I love them too he's a good yeah I mean Arianna Grande to how does he do you how does he do that she's a beautiful young lady and he is just a goof because he's funny he is very funny and very funny his sense of humor goes a long way there really does it does I can speak I can speak for that as it is as I'm not is it not as a not very attractive man you know I've I I've made a lot of women laugh and I think they just go all right you're ugly but let's go all data good enough I did I did a few women that were way out of my league like seriously I need my friends would be like what are you doing with her no no no I'm sorry what is she doing with you is more accurate I'm like I don't know she's Major League you're still interpolation laughed she laughs and stuff that I say I guess that might be it I used to know her by her seven by little now as X. because I love you deluxe by Liz though and father of the bride by vampire weekend vampire weekend is nominated for album of the year this year yeah what what year is it I don't know how they will they release this album this year after the departure of their long time guitarist ha ha the instrumentalists ended did pretty well for them the they got a decent of critical acclaim how is relatively popular album I think the first one since twenty fourteen I want to say okay that's been in it's been in the works for a very long time I just think the titles layer is father of the bride one four two yeah or is it the original father of the bride that the remainder of Steve Martin okay so song of the year here's a song of the year because the so it goes to the song writers or songwriter all reason always remember us this way lady Gaga I don't know I don't I haven't heard that yes you have is it in star is it is stars one is get nominated this year yeah because they have a weird they have a weird schedule this is good I guess I just don't know the titles of these things they can on the line movie that's a great thing.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"Fast forward to january of 2017 they missed their number and they said that production issues started cropping up in late october but we didn't hear about an ad for two months so i mean there is a difference here between jobs and there are moscow or lease from performs and only get let's give ilan motzkin tests a lot of credit what they're trying to do is incredibly difficult jess ramp bob become a mass marta car company very few of ever been success almost none of them have been very few appalled up and he has he fundamentally changed the industry i mean he is yet the and all credit to him that all it is high blood it is making this the big autos are going into eve is and it is because of ilan mafia and i took my head to him that it's impressive bull all you have to look at this and say at what point does wall street expect you to deliver on your promises yeah and and hold you accountable to those problem promises a or forecasts and and people think of tesla as a start up and it's really not the been of businesses 2003 they've been public since 2010 and at a certain point you're a billion dollar enterprise and it's time to behave like and the biggest by mark cap automaker in the country that right that's right or it's close i mean they're going to the right up there with better wash at one point this year just in the real question which is you hinted at it at the very beginning charlie is at what point are these statements that are not quite accurate and at what point are they actually misleading idlib leslie blunt of eyes what you're talking about you at what point are they misleading shareholders are they at that point or how and if not how close are the point of thought experiment for you what if gm issued a production forecast.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"Shareholders are gonna have a big problem was the same these for for jobs and apple the something about the reality distortion fielders something ray of the term for like like musk is a reality distortion feel he comes in he says things in people believe them they think they're green and we will think tesla's this tremendous company and i'd i just like to run through a few of the factual issues that tesla's guidance has run into in recent years because there a little a number of alarming examples in july when tesla unveiled the model three ilan musk told reporters at a press conference that tesla's more than five hundred thousand reservations for the car um we looked at their balance sheet accounts because he customer deposits show up as a liability on the balance sheet and we didn't see how that made sense so we asked tesla about that didn't hear back for a few days and then on the conference called to discuss earnings yulon corrected the record said four hundred fifty five thousand reservations the earlier number had been just a guess they said they were going to build one hundred thousand to two hundred thousand model threes in the second half of this year but that was about a year ago uhhuh were at two hundred sixty so a little bit all a little bit all of it off a little bit audio um on october twenty six last year when tussle was trying to acquire when a shareholder approval to acquire sore city they reaffirmed fourthquarter delivery guidance.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"On the luxury cars and before not not very successful they have a very high gross profit margin which the bulls will point to but this is really not an apples to apples comparison with other auto makers there's a lot of things in tesla's beckett subtracted out of tesla's gross margin that ford and gm would count as expenses and the proof is in the pudding tesla has never made a full year profits and the the losses get worse more cars them on a gap based on a guy for a stand yet count yes right rhett right and i guess the the big issue for test is also how much debt that have yes yes and talk about how that is an issue but investors from right well they're not paying attention to it and it's very true it's a big problem um they have about twenty billion in liabilities that number is going to be sent in to grow soon they just issued one and a half billion dollars in debt in august that bond is trading below par two months after and this is a whitehot junk bond market just like stocks and everything else so it's really not a good sign that the that bond is trading where it is um also the the balance sheet there is no sign that this is the end of their capital needs so they're going to need to borrow or issue more equity soon to keep the funding going and for now i mean wall street is still patient people still buy into the mystique of ilan musk's they buy into the belief that tesla is new and magical frankly um and they're willing to fund the money but um you know we've talked about this before the longer you are depending on the capital markets to fund your operate allows the it can be a very scary no every they can capital markets we've all seen can turn on a dime yes yes ahead of it closes and you need the money them.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"That comes about three days after tesla said that they built two hundred sixty of these model threes in the third quarter the forecast which tussle gave in august reaffirmed it was for 1500 so tesla missed its number by eighty percent less than eight weeks after they gave it be because they are actually doing these which is funny yellow when i first heard the tests building in my hand i thought oh what are they going for the the artisanal auto illitch automobile very now like are they trying to spin this says while we're making these by half but no the problem is they're making them by hand and they are not making him nearly as fast as i said they were going to on there and there parts of it are automated right it's out it's not that the building the entire car by and broad but what that does is it calls into question just how many of these they can build and also the ability to build them at a profit rights of ford gm toyota whose cars a rolling in off the assembly line you know one two three a minute tussles doing three a day and you it's that might not be a problem if you're a ferrari or weber guinea ride your catering to a very small ultrawealthy set and veto for tesla they you're there early products worth four that grew get like it's really not as big of a deal when you're trying to move into the mass market that's a much bigger approach and let the new cars posed to discipline too how how successful as trump trump are how successful as tussle been at turning a prophet.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"I heard on the streets came out on saturday crib did well done charlie thank you very much thanks for having me on every time i come on here guys the story gets a little more improbable and the stock price goes a little higher age i think it's actually funny are definitely tilting against a windmill under four now widely success you've been all over this story to be honest iq cuban you've been doubting know raising doubts about tessler because of how you know the b issues that they face and that the street seems to be ignoring yeah um and you don't some there's the plausibility issue with tesla of whether they can really rise up at for as the startup and dominate the electric car industry which some people believe is the future of automobiles um and then there's the philosophy of tesla where the management their aggressive goal setting we're gonna do the impossible in front of you it starts to cook clash a little bit with reality and what investors have a right to write to under american securities laws which are good faith public prognostications about what europe too and they're really seemed to come to a head on friday afternoon can you explain the tussle announcement for people might not cover or to a hand shoham to hand that is america thank you donald my fantastic colleague in san francisco tim higgins reported friday afternoon that tesla until at least very recently has been building key parts of the model three sedan by hand that is.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"Polite for a proxy fight it wasn't like in our konic fight where they were kind of gunning at each other but it's still been the most expensive fight in history at least sixty million dollars is the number has been thrown around um it's pretty wild but i think one thing to keep in mind obviously the result of today's vote is yet to be seen but i do think it says something that it's it was as close as it was in the end i mean the fact that roughly fifty percent of shareholders supported some sort of changed i think it it is sort of telling in a way those those will pelt said at the meeting essentially listen win or lose the board needs to needs to show some improvement and this i'll it reminded me a little bit of the dell when you know when they are times had bell private and that vote on that deal which was bound adelaide twice least this vote happened all right sara crust david thank you both very much and clinics guest when we come back we're not done yet folks when we come back we are going to shift gears i know used a little little auto little lingo there right right shifting gears okay i when we come back granada the mass you are listening and as bad one sorry you're listening to money beat from the wall street journal for more insights enable the wall street journal scale on any device with amazon alexa get all of our podcast as well as the latest news and market updates the wall street journal listen ambitiously welcome back to many beat and you know one of wall street's darlings this is no surprise is tesla the electric car company founded by elon musk that has a pre tremendous stock valuation uh pre tremendous following some pretty goodlooking car lal all say to and some rather are high goals that may be are too high charlie grant is heard on the street writer and he joins us to talk about truth catching up to tesla that was the title of his.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"There are people who lose out when a stock goes up right that if if as activists number one job is to get the stock up then you write that is going to cost people jobs probably it's gonna cost people benefits and other things um so they're there certainly is reason to be afraid there is also a there was a proctor and gamble campaign here to allege essentially the nelson felt is trying to break it up and trying to take the business out of cincinnati seattle development play correct both of which were um i wouldn't say i don't know sneaky i don't know i don't know if that's right where it but you know that that that's politicking as i know in and maybe not totally transparent by the way that this sound maybe you here in the background of this podcast i knew i hear it uh although drilling and everything rough fortyseven street in manhattan and they tore down the building next was no putting up a new one so i am now imagining we are going to hear construction on a lot of these podcasts for months and months and months full extra some thought little extras a little little taste in new york midtown new york as what we do we tear down buildings and put up new ones so that is what you're hearing back to the topic of hanbo can you believe as i glad on it was striking to me bob dave can you like take a step back and for the people who like you we sorted jumped into the middle of this but give a little bit of the background of this you know this this campaign and crimes involvement we png sure so um tryon.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"If you've ever vendor shareholder meeting sometimes that can kind of go off the rails pretty quickly did this one they had a bunch of retirees cincinnati has a huge base of pg shareholders settled i was gonna ask how does that impact also did like the voting i mean so the the early the early things we know about the vote which are are few and far between our our that so the big the big three vanguard state street in black rock the begin next funds are the biggest thrill shareholders vanguard voted for management is our understanding black rock in state street went for tryon which is a pretty pretty big swing though a couple actively managed funds at blackrock actually voted for management so blackrock split a little bit but that's a pretty small percent and then the other big block of shares it went to management is about seven and a half percent is owned by employees plans and those were a huge account for management which essentially shows there's still an issue for activists in which even if you can win wall street minds workers are still terrified of yeah and that's what keeps coming up in mrs seemed thing to happen to dupont on where the city of wilmington was like out an arms to stop nelson pelts from breaking up dupont in cincinnati the mayor came out in favour of proctor and gamble like the axios route palm there the the local press was all over this nelson pelts pflueger cincinnati right after labor day to start his campaign with the local press like instead of mentioned in what acting cable and adp to a degree right where when you take on very well resource companies they fight back yep yep or the other question to eat it is is it fair for the workers to be worried about activists because activists largely have in a well earned reputation for cost controls costcutting i mean and that means job losses means jobs that is that's absolutely true there in.
"p. g." Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat
"A situation we have gone on right now and how it is that actually take and what can people do in the meantime this is how they have i was just saying russians aircrafts wall street journal reporter so that is unclear essentially what has to happen is is so this vote was kind of bizarre and lots of ways partially there're rate there's this thing we've written about which is their forty percent of the shares are held by inviduals they're brokers and in retirees etc which is compared with average of twelve percent the s p five hundred that led to a apparently absurd amount of actual paper ballots instead of people phony manner voting online or on your smartphone making a now people actually sent in ballots which on in the year 2017 are still counted by hand which means everyone sort of says are you gonna vote mcgann they they really they're gonna k accounting's in they're they're really gonna go through this thing um check to make sure people you can vote multiple times but only your last vote count see you gotta make sure that kind of thing is done pelser said on cnbc already that there are there are ballots that we know weren't counted um so essentially it's super close the view as it's sort of how does he know that there's light defying that because they have their own team the gets access to the vote data you have to like you both the company and the dissident activists gets to see the data neca so they they have the same things that anything that maybe you can give a little color on what actually went down at the meeting think in ulan you think of their like proxy voting world it thanks artists dodgy and not that exciting that there are hundreds of people in the riot ryan like a standing ovation he had i'll go down yes so we have our our our png reporter sharon told is down there and cincinnati um but yeah there were like four hundred people is is the count for rapid meaning including a couple overflow rooms at one point but one point.