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"pwc" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"There's all the context around it. More than more than make up for it. All right, this week's stories include a viral Star Wars movie trailer in the style of Wes Anderson created with generative AI tools may the fourth be with you. They knew Jeep Floyd text image model from stability AI and its text rendering prowess, a big funding round for coherent, a big generative AI investment from PWC, a chat GPT band by Samsung, Tencent rolls out deepfakes for the masses while TikTok heads down the generative AI avatar root, pi has come to life and it's not quite amazing yet while being chat, which is kind of amazing in a different way, is now generally available for any user that wants to try it out. I was also offered early alpha access to chat GPT plugins and I break down how they work and some of the benefits in glaring UX errors in a series of videos on voice YouTube channel and we discuss the implications today and one particular example of that in gain. There are a few more topics such as text to video, film creation, America's skewed view of AI and a whole lot more. As you know, we have some main stories, but we always cover a few more stories than we even talk about, so you can just be able to hear that way as you go through. My hope is that this is a great summary for you of the top stories and maybe just a little bit of nuance and spice around what they mean and different ways to think about them. And this week, we have a special guest. Jeremiah Yang is a widely followed industry analyst, many of you may know him. He's got a very big Twitter following, but more so, he's just a really sharp observer of the adoption of technology, particularly by large companies and large brands, particularly. So he shares some of what he's been trialing some of the gender of AI solutions he's been using early access to some, some others he's just been trying out was his takeaways and findings have been. He's also shared some conversations that he's had with some of the product and development teams about where they're headed with some of the generative AI solutions that we've seen in the market. So maybe just a little bit of insight there. You won't find anywhere else. And he has this perspective at how enterprises are reacting. So I think this is going to be great. And I know you're going to enjoy this. Jeremiah joined Eric Schwartz and me for what I would say is a really fun, fast and nuanced discussion. We hit some things in depth, but we go pretty fast through a lot of it as well. So I think you'll like the pacing as we go through the discussions today. Next up, more synthetic media creations more AI model advances, more corporate movement and generative AI adoption and more funding headed to the technology. It's more and more and more when it comes to generative AI. Welcome to the generative AI news rundown. Let's get started. All right, folks, I'm Brett concealer. We are here with gain the generative AI news weekly rundown. We do this every week at on Thursdays at 12 noon eastern and 9 a.m. Pacific, I have my trusty colleague, Eric Schwartz with me here, as usual, hey Eric, how are you? All right, so his first time on the stream, apparently. Eric, good job. And Jeremiah Yang, thanks so much for joining us today. Hey, thanks for having me, guys. Really excited about what we have today as per usual. Everything is blown up. We had like a really tightly set run of show for today and all the topics we're going to cover. And then all sorts of new things happen. So we're going to cover a lot of things first we're going to do a little bit of tribute to star wars and something that came out of the generator AI world this week. We're going to talk about big fundraising. We're going to talk about Bing. We're going to talk about chat GPT plugins. So I just we've been playing with that a lot. I can tell you a lot about how that works. We're going to talk about what some of the companies are doing in the space, PWC. Talk about TikTok. We're going to talk about deepfakes, all the stuff, right? And every week, it's all the stuff. But let's start out because today, we should say, maybe four. All right, folks. Wow. That is super fun. I love what people are doing with synthetic media. There's all sorts of rules trying to keep people from using synthetic media for IP licensing and all these things, but I love it when we have something like this. I think that was mostly made with mid journey. Actually, we have a journey 5.1 is out too already. We're not even going to talk about that today. But Jeremiah, what did you think of that? That was awesome. I knew it was like a Wes Anderson feel right away. And I love the wow. It was really well done. I mean, and I'm sure Star Wars is cool with that because they love fan films. So there's very few concerns there. But let's see what Wes Anderson has to say. What do you think, Eric? You've watched a few Star Wars pieces. Yeah, no, I mean, there's definitely a Disney has been litigious. So that's totally fine. Yeah, no, it's honestly very impressive. It's one of those things where it's not in the uncanny valley even though it's clear it's not a quote unquote official Star Wars thing, but the fact that that probably took a couple of years ago would have taken months probably happen in a day is itself kind of amazing..
"pwc" Discussed on Bet The Board
"As long as your team is playing, you pay more attention to the top 25 and kind of what's going on. So I think with Prague, he hasn't been paying that much attention this year. But we do an office pool. It's fun. Usually about we're almost up to 200 employees now and about half the employees participate in it. So it's a pretty big entertaining pool. I like it. We're going to have to follow up and see how you do on that. The good news is that it's got the one seat in the NIT. I saw that. Important tournament. Yes, a couple of the bigger brands declined the NIT. I did see that. Okay. Now on to some more important things here. I know we've talked about it in passing, wanted to chat about it because I know it's coming up in a couple of weeks. It's out in Vegas. It's the mint collective where you and PWC will be set up. That starts on the 30th. Correct. Thursday the 30th. Okay, beautiful. And just talk to us about some of the things that you guys are going to have going on there. You can submit graded cards for upcoming auctions, both weekly, premiere, can submit cards part of your grading services programs, I believe, Beckett, and who else are you guys with? Yeah, so we have drop off and submission capabilities like we do at every show. We have our authentication partners with MBA Mike baker authenticated. Beckett, CSG, and SGC. So those are the four authenticated partners there that you can drop off assets too. If you go online and check out our authentication tab that will show you the services that they offer and what the expense and the time it takes to get the stuff graded. So we're doing that vault drop offs as well. It's a really interesting show. For anyone that's ever been to what they call the industry summit, it's a more elevated industry summit in my opinion. There's some really good panels. People who are on this podcast, it's in Vegas, it's at the MGM. If
BDSwiss Chief People Officer in Cyprus Leaves after a Year
"8 p.m. Friday, February 24th, 2023. BD Swiss chief people officer in Cyprus, lease after a year. LTP GTA master roads the chief people officer at BD Swiss is leaving her cypress based role at the Utah ref cops dot finance magnates dot com's 4 o'clock class quarter's main term quote it quite 6 FAA 6 7 one four 7 F 7 B four D two three B one C 5 C zero D four zero 8 zero 76 one three quote target quote blank caught fork cell tagged and CFDs broker, the senior executive announced on Friday. Master rudis exit comes after over a year on the job. She noted that she will announce her new role soon LTP GT LTP GT who is the BD Swiss HR level masters joined the broker as head of HR in January 2022 she was promoted to chief people officer later in June the senior executive boasts of over 15 years of human resource. And talent experience in the financial industry and has worked with companies, such as primus and pricewaterhouse coopers, PWC Cyprus GTC served at. For over a year and half between June 2020 and December 2021 as the head of HR the role was also based in Cyprus. Before that she was the HR manager at Q 8 trade, a Forex and CFD dot finance magnates dot conference trading platform class quarters can dairy term quote if fate 5 8 zero zero B two CCF 5 four F 5 zero 98 T 7 8 zero D three two AFC 6 F 6 target quote trading platform tag provider. She held the position at the company between July 2019 and June 2020 dot LTP TLT PGT between January 2012. In June 2019, master had worked at AMDA in various roles, climbing to. Become the Europe, Middle East, and Africa talent acquisition project manager in. March 2017 at PWC Cyprus, she served as a senior associate, people and change dot LTP TLT PGT top staff leaves. Admiral's Australia LTP GTL TPG T meanwhile, on Friday. Thomas pantazzi, the head of country partnership at admiral's Australia, also announced that he was exiting his role at the Forex and CFD broker. Pantazis joined the Australian subsidiary as an account manager in February 2021 and became the head. Of country partnerships in January last year, dot LTP GT LTP GT there have been other. Executive moves at the ref cops dot finance magnates docked with target coop blank while rel caught follow copy D whistle tag in recent months. Mark cheres, one of the brokers marketing executives, whistle taffer dot finance magnates, dot com executive Assad whisper modest marks U.S. to marketing manager for Latin America target qua blank what will quote follow caught television last month tagged to marketing manager for Latin America. She raz, who joined the brokerage firm in December. 2021 brings over a decade of marketing, sales, and accounting experience to the. Roll LTP GT LTP GTB D Swiss also recently. Dot finance magnates dot com executive market Sanders under your joints was sent out by quote target coop Blanco rel quat follow quad hired HF markets Andreas Andrea tagged as its new chief. Commercial officer in Cyprus. Andrew brings over two decades of industry. Experience to the role. He previously worked for cyberspace brokerage firms such as iron FX and FX GM dot LTP GT LTP GT on the other hand. Admirals recently dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo Sadler Elise name is June Enrique and osmariel aspects of target coop Blanco rel quat follow quant, one more in all tag as its chief executive officer for Spain. Moriano, who brings a mix of academic and financial industry experience to the new role, was previously the brokers. Spain country manager LTP GT this article was written by Solomon oladipupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com
"pwc" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Proponents believe this is just the beginning that generative AI will reorient the way we work and engage with the world. Unlock creativity and scientific discoveries and allow humanity to achieve previously unimaginable feats, forecasters at PWC predict that AI could boost the global economy by over $15 trillion by 2030. This frenzy appeared to catch off guard even the tech companies that have invested billions of dollars in AI and has spurred an intense arms race in Silicon Valley. In a matter of weeks, Microsoft and alphabet owned Google have shifted their entire corporate
"pwc" Discussed on VUX World
"And I said, right, I said any chance you could bring some of your mirror to back. I said, I've got this assignment. I need to do it's due tomorrow at college, but I just need some audio. I need some people to record some dialog. So I heard my dad put this foreign device. Fancy few drinks from mine after this. And they were like, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Because can you need to record some stuff for his college working at the right? Anyway, they came around. There must have been about 5 of them in my bedroom. All smashed, you know what I mean? I'm drinking all night. I'm just giving them all a microphone. I'm saying read this line, read this line, read this line, and I code all together, the dialog of this cartoon, and based on all of these junk men, this is at 11 o'clock the night before it was June. It turned out it was actually really funny, and it was actually good, so it worked out all right, but if I had chat GPT back then, none of it would be as anxiety provoking as it was, you know what I mean? Yeah, yeah, no doubt. I mean, sounds like it went well though. Yeah, that's a great story. So tell me about noble and if I tell you about yourself first of all, you've got a lot of experience in this business. You've got a clean prior, noble now. Tell me a little bit about your journey in this sort of conversational AI and LP space. Yeah, so I mean, how I found my way in this space, you know, was sometimes I always say it's lucky, but also meant to be. You know, so I was a business major and I was working at PWC and doing consulting and one of the things that they were focusing on is really growing in innovation labs. So I was interested in that, you know, just something a little bit different than the classic consulting projects. And we started working with a lot of these enterprises. It was mainly on the financial services and we are talking with a lot of these conversational AI providers. So that's actually how I got introduced to clink and at the time, you know, there was a couple of my people that I went to college with that were over there.
The Wild West Of Data Privacy
"12 p.m. Thursday, February 9th, 2023. The wild west of data privacy. In 2021, online payment fraud grew 14 from 17.5 billion to over 20 billion. At the same time, 46 of organizations surveyed by PWC reported experiencing fraud, corruption, or economic crimes in the last 24 months, with 70 of those coming viaduct and external attack or collusion. There are hundreds of different statistics that all mark the. The post the wild west of data privacy appeared first on crypto news dot net.
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Debate on independence in Scotland. It's going to be an almighty battle in the courts, Caroline. Yeah, it absolutely is, and it's that clash between Michigan and Nicola Sturgeon. He was up in Scotland only a few days ago, sort of being photographed and kind of making nice but there's often tension between the conservative prime minister and the leader of Scotland Nicholas Sergei. So yeah, very interesting. No doubt you'll be with us on our UK politics program at 12 noon to discuss a bit more of that. In the meantime, though, thank you so much to our UK correspondent Lizzie Byrd for being with us. Let's just update you on our top stories as Liang errands. Caroline good morning and thank you. China's evergrande says auditor PWC has resigned after disagreements over its 2021 financial statements, adding to pressure on the indebted developer, according to a regulatory filing evergrande says the two sides could not agree on a timetable and scope of work in a separate letter PWC says it didn't receive key information needed for its audit work. Now, US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen will hold her first face to face meeting with Chinese vice premier Lou her in Zürich tomorrow. Beijing says the talks are aimed at strengthening economic and financial policy coordination. The announcement follows a November meeting between president Joe Biden and Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G 20 in Bali. And the UK government has blocked transgender rights legislation passed by the Scottish parliament, setting up a major constitutional row, Westminster, says the law would have an adverse impact on UK wide equalities legislation now as Lizzie said earlier, it is the first time the UK has blocked any legislation passed by the Scottish parliament since it was formed in 1999. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm leann gorings, this is Bloomberg. Alex. Thanks, Leigh Anne. So we've got a huge amount coming up today. We're going to be talking about that China growth story, the GDP slowed to its second slowest rate since the 1970s also some stagnation in population growth were also going to be talking to qasim kutai for the CEO of novo holdings, a life sciences, investment
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get right now to our guest we have bob martz PWC chairman with me here in Singapore kicking things off and I know you have a panel later today as well, bob. Great to see you. When you look around the global landscape though and you were just telling me some of the travel you've done over the last few weeks or so. How worried are you that we're starting to see the impacts of a big downturn? You definitely are seeing them. It's a different level of acuteness, depending on what part of the world you may be. And if you're sitting in Europe that combination of the war inflation and energy pricing and or security of it and affordability of it is really problematic. You start to see in the U.S. a fading of consumer confidence and potentially some changes in terms of what the business community is doing. If you're here in Asia, you see a little bit of a concern because of that global economy, and obviously we've had the dependency, but for some, it's still full speed ahead. Yeah. We saw President Biden and she meet and this is their first face to face meeting since President Biden became the leader of the United States really trying to defuse these tensions here. But in your mind, what is the off ramp for these tensions? And I guess what does it mean for global business too? So first, the meeting yesterday was wanted and needed and everybody was looking for that signal. No matter what it may be in terms of where it goes because it allows them to pivot from there. Since it was at least neutral to slightly positive, it gave a cautious optimism to the business community that there may be hope and potentially change going forward. So what do we need to see now? We actually need to see the working teams actually talk about substance and come up with some changes in terms of how we are interacting with one another. But it is causing the business community to think about different scenarios that play out. Will it get worse? Will it get better? And I want maximum flexibility so I can pivot very quickly. Either to take advantage of opportunities or to minimize the downside risk as well. Yeah, and absolutely when we look at the accounting and auditing talks as well that are happening between the U.S. and China. Do you think there's going to be an agreement there? Let's be clear. The PCO wanted access to inspect what work was done by auditors in China. There was an agreement reach, which is great news because we've been debating this for years. You've got that agreement. They did the inspection process and they have concluded. We are still at stage one of a four stage process. They still need to assess the quality of the work. They need to conclude. And then you need to actually talk to one another to say, how do we continue to enhance the trust in the information. So investors can make the decisions that they want and have access to the right skills, opportunities, and or investment potential that might resist there. So we are at the Bloomberg new economy forum here in Singapore, 5 pillars of the new economy and one of them is sustainability, which I know is close to your heart and you're on a panel later today about that as well. You've also been at cop 27. How far behind are we in really trying to get to some of these sustainability targets? We are far behind. Let's call it what it is. A lot of commitments have been made over the last couple of years, but our own research shows that we've got to move 11 times faster than we have in the last two decades. That's a huge demand momentum and unfortunately we are not fulfilling the commitments that are being put forth. I would say the cop meeting last week was another inflection point, but it didn't capitalize and build on the momentum in scale and speed necessarily make it happen. So we've got a lot more work to do. The business community is clearly engaged now, which is great, and you're starting to see that both in terms of their commitments, turning into actions and results, and we're getting the capital into the right places to try to scale that up to try to find the technologies and the other innovations that will help quite a bit. But a lot more work needs to be done both by business and governments. What's PWC doing? PWC has made a commitment already in terms of where we want to go from our own net zero perspective. Our offices today are direct responsibilities for admissions. We've already transferred 97% of them into renewable energy sources in terms of the dependency. The biggest process scope three, it's one we're using other service providers, and we are relooking at those in terms of working with our business partners to say, what else can we do working with you, not by ourselves with you as part of the ecosystem to change that that goes to the hotels we stay in. The airlines that we use, the way we transport our people from place to place to place. And that's the work we have ongoing right now. What are some of the worst things we're doing? I was reading your LinkedIn post and I know you're talking about fast fashion, for example. Yeah, so if you look, the individual industry sectors are spending time doing three things. One, how do we actually enhance the sector itself? And become more sustainable. So the fashion industry is a great one where you talk about the use of cotton or cashmere or other aspects like that. But second, what else can they be doing with governments to say, what can we change in terms of the rules and regulations that speeds up
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The paper review on Bluebird daybreak Europe. The news you need to know from today's papers. Well, let's take a look at the stories making from pages here in the UK, the times, the eye, The Guardian, the mirror, or leads with the newly approved COVID vaccine in the UK, the phenomenal times reports on a new UK lender that's planning to issue 50 year fixed rate mortgages and the times reports on PWC abandoning its rule that graduates need a two 1° to apply Leon, let's start with that news of the COVID vaccine and the plans for here in the UK. Yes, indeed, so Steven, that was yesterday's announcement that this new boost of vaccination has been approved here in the UK and the times leads with this new Moderna jab that's happening and reports all over 50s are likely to be offered the vaccine as part of a booster campaign than naps due to begin really shortly, so within the next month, the newspaper says it equates to half of the population now been urged to have a fourth of vaccination. It reports a House chief see another round of COVID jabs as crucial to minimizing pressure on the NHS, of course, for coming into winter, and yesterday the UK became the first country to approve this vaccine that targets omicron strains of the variant. You also look in this FT story about mortgages. Good morning to you so the FT goes with the story on mortgages as house prices, you know, they reached a record last month. The new lender perenna has been granted a license by financial regulators to offer mortgages with believer or not, fixed rate of up to 50 years to help borrow his managed soaring inflation which we know is reached a 40 decade high here in the UK. Now the UK based lender is initially hoping to provide home loans at lock and rates for 30 years, but then we'll expand on that and unlike banks which should fund much of their mortgages lending through customer deposits perenna will issue covered bonds to pension funds and ensures for long-term financing. So a new switch there when it comes to mortgages. Yeah, interesting one. If you're someone who's looking at a mortgage, then you've got this story about PWC making changes to how they hire new graduates. Yeah, this is something that we like this morning, didn't we? Price, water, house, coopers, got a managed to get that out. It's making changes in becoming more inclusive, which is always good news. PWC has announced that it's scrapping its requirements for applicants to have a chief a two 1° or better in a bid to improve diversity and social inclusion in the workplace. It's rival Ernest and young drop their two one minimum all the way back in 2015. PWC says it's now is going to use an aptitude and behavioral testing to assess a candidate's potential, which I was like, is that like psychometric testing I need to have a look into that little bit better, but different forms of testing and this is the firm's efforts to improve diversity reflect a welcome shift across the sector. I think this is a really interesting move, isn't it? And I was reading that article and did you know Carol vaudin didn't achieve a two one in her degree and went on to have lots of success, so it was pointing out that some people, you know, aren't sort of school people, but are still extremely clever and could thrive in the workplace. But maybe if she had got a two one should have got onto the grad scheme at PWC and then wouldn't have happened. I mean, look, this is an interesting argument about deciding that surprisingly exams are not always the best measure of determining if you're good at a job or not. And I think a big graduate recruiter like PWC earns the young have already done
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President Biden is set to take part in a virtual G 7 meeting along with Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky tomorrow The White House says the group of 7 leaders will demonstrate western unity in the face of the Russian invasion they're expected to discuss possible new sanctions on Moscow the virtual meeting comes as Russia prepares to celebrate the May 9th holiday marking victory over Nazi Germany in World War II intelligence experts warn Russia could use the symbolic day to formally declare war on Ukraine The U.S. embassy in Moscow was warning Americans in Russia to avoid large public gatherings during that may 9th Russian victory day At least 26 people are dead after an explosion at a hotel in Havana Cuba on Friday the Cuban presidential office says rescue efforts are still ongoing but so far at least 80 are injured on Saturday at least one person was found in the rubble Officials say the explosion at hotel Saratoga appears to have happened after an accidental gas leak However authorities are still investigating I'm Chris And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom There's a new COVID forecast that up to 100 million Americans could become newly infected in the months ahead At least 37 states are already seeing an increase in hospital admissions in New York City transmission is up nearly 33% in ten days Mayor Eric Adams is now suggesting a return to mask and vaccine mandates is on the table If we switch to the next level then we would take those actions based on that but we're not there yet Federal labor officials are accusing Starbucks of unfair labor practices at its stores in Buffalo including retaliation against pro union employees The national labor relations board's buffalo regional director filed a complaint on Friday outlining a host of labor law violations and seeking reinstatement and back pay for the employees PWC LLP is making moves to retain workers amid a tight labor market We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini PWC says it will boost wages provide more assignment flexibility and offer more career training for its U.S. workforce And this means investing nearly two and a half $1 billion in a bid to keep staff at work amid a shortage in accountants and ongoing staff turnover And among the perks and benefits PWC professionals will be able to take 12 weeks of paid parental leave choose from a more streamlined menu of other benefits and enjoy two week long firm wide shutdowns in July and in December Community activists and lawmakers traveled to a rural courthouse in western New York yesterday to weigh in on the shape of the state's political district maps and to ask a judge for more opportunities for the public to be heard The state judge overseeing the redrawing of New York's congressional and state Senate districts scheduled just one public hearing on the matter before the maps are due to be finalized may 20th Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I may have to use The Rolling Stones to play behind me I'm Chris And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom There's a new COVID forecast that up to 100 million Americans could become newly infected in the months ahead At least 37 states are already seeing an increase in hospital admissions in New York City transmission is up nearly 33% in ten days Mayor Eric Adams is now suggesting a return to mask and vaccine mandates is on the table If we switch to the next level then we would take those actions based on that but we're not there yet Federal labor officials are accusing Starbucks of unfair labor practices at its stores in Buffalo including retaliation against pro union employees The national labor relations board's buffalo regional director filed a complaint on Friday outlining a host of labor law violations and seeking reinstatement and back pay for the employees PWC LLP is making moves to retain workers amid a tight labor market We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini PWC says it will boost wages provide more assignment flexibility and offer more career training for its U.S. workforce And this means investing nearly two and a half $1 billion in a bid to keep staff at work Amid a shortage in accountants and ongoing staff turnover And among the perks and benefits PWC professionals will be able to take 12 weeks of paid parental leave choose from a more streamlined menu of other benefits and enjoy two weeklong firm wide shutdowns in July and in December Community activists and lawmakers traveled to a rural courthouse in western New York yesterday to weigh in on the shape of the state's political district maps and to ask a judge for more opportunities for the public to be heard The state judge overseeing the redrawing of New York's congressional and state Senate districts scheduled just one public hearing on the matter before the maps are due to be finalized may 20th Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg businessweek Inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine Plus global business finance.
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom There's a new COVID forecast that up to 100 million Americans could become newly infected in the months ahead At least 37 states are already seeing an increase in hospital admissions in New York City transmission is up nearly 33% in ten days Mayor Eric Adams is now suggesting a return to mask and vaccine mandates is on the table If we switch to the next level then we would take those actions based on that but we're not there yet Federal labor officials are accusing Starbucks of unfair labor practices at its stores in Buffalo including retaliation against pro union employees The national labor relations boards buffalo regional director filed a complaint on Friday outlining a host of labor law violations and seeking reinstatement and back pay for the employees PWC LLP is making moves to retain workers amid a tight labor market We get more about that from Bloomberg as Denise Pellegrini PWC says it will boost wages provide more assignment flexibility and offer more career training for its U.S. workforce This means investing nearly two and a half $1 billion in a bid to keep staff at work amid a shortage in accountants and ongoing staff turnover And among the perks and benefits PWC professionals will be able to take 12 weeks of paid parental leave choose from a more streamlined menu of other benefits and enjoy two weeklong firm wide shutdowns in July and in December Community activists and lawmakers traveled to a rural courthouse in western New York yesterday to weigh in on the shape of the state's political district maps and to ask a judge for more opportunities for the public to be heard The state judge overseeing the redrawing of New York's congressional and state Senate districts scheduled just one public hearing on the matter before the maps are due to be finalized may 20th Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right Greg Jarrett very good stuff All right ESG Environmental social governance It is a big factor a growing factor in investors minds these days One of the challenges is incorporating ESG analysis into your security analysis is the data ain't that great And we bring in west bricker vice chair U.S. trust solutions co leader at PWC Wes thanks so much for joining us here Again you know when people do their financial analysis and they go to the FA page on the Bloomberg terminal there's lots of income statement balance sheets cash flow statements and stuff like that And we do have an ESG tab there where Bloomberg brings together a lot of ESG data for our users But a lot of folks are saying just generally speaking there's not enough good data to do ESG analysis What's going on there Well thank you very much for the opportunity to be with you Matt and Paul Here's what we see The SEC is focused on what's happening in the marketplace And investors are asking for more information more segmentation of important information about the risks I call them pre financial risks Whether it's carbon whether it's how my workforce is coming together and innovating and collaborating maybe that's how I'm providing access to customers or potential customers into my platform All of that comes together ahead of the financial effects and so as you look at the financial content the SEC just recently this week looked at the element of carbon and the climate and proposed new rules which require more information in the financial statements in the footnotes about the effect of climate on the financials so that investors can find more relevant information in order to conduct their analysis Kind of isn't this kind of a moving target in a sense Wes because last year in front of Congress all the Wall Street CEOs were land bastard for lending money to oil producers As if they were just unbelievable sinners just this close to breaking the law by supporting oil producers And now as the price of crude goes to one 40 everybody's like why aren't they producing more Even the Biden administration is like damn it we gave them 9000 leases They need to use them So you know all of a sudden it's like their national duty to be pulling more oil out of the ground how does that jibe with an ESG world that is at all static Sure It's a great question It's clear we need energy Any developed economy needs energy Needs a diversified set of energy sources What this proposal is about is how do you really assess the impact of something like climate which is also changing What's the impact on the financials And so the way the information is proposed to be presented here is you take something like a climate risk and then model it through the business that you're in the prospects that you have that performance over time and the milestones what would be the financial impact on a gross basis before you start offsetting or figuring in the management actions that might be relevant Maybe you'll buy carbon offsets Maybe you'll change a business process Maybe you'll alter a product mix All of that analysis today is provided in bits and pieces Some of it is sitting on corporate websites in a sustainability report Maybe some of it's in an investor survey on a bilateral basis between a company and their capital providers with the SEC is saying let's set a mandatory bar for all companies that enables the marketplace to see more consistent comparable and decision useful information to help investors really understand where companies are and the nature of risk that impact performance over time What do you think of the pushback that there is out there that some folks are saying the SEC is overreaching here they're trying to dictate climate policy what about that kind of pushback What's your sense There's really a robust dialog about a couple of big concepts The economy social policy That's traditionally Congress right That's an important place for Congress The SEC is focused on disclosure policy consistent with its mission which is getting good information into the markets to protect investors so that investors understand the nature of their investment the risks the opportunities of it Companies get the capital that they need in order to operate grow compete And in the middle we have fair and efficient markets So of course there is a continuum between the point where economic policy social policy hands off into business and the way they source capital and convey information through disclosures I'd expect that debate to continue but I guess what I would say is the SEC I think has very rightly been focused on the voluntary reporting of climate information They've been focused on concerns about greenwashing So a lack of confidence in that information They've put a proposal on the table that business industry groups should rightly reconsider and provide input And I think.
"pwc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our Bloomberg green segment this week catch it on quick take today This is Google This is a Bloomberg money minute Consumers are worried so our investors but a survey of companies CEOs finds optimism at a ten year high That despite so many challenges Be it supply chain people not in the office The questions around the consumer or other aspects like that they've demonstrated a degree of resiliency Bob maritz global chairman of PWC he says in their conversations with corporate leaders they've found a lot of engagement with customers The more engagement and trust amongst their customers the more confidence they have About all aspects of their business and prospects Marit says despite the ongoing pandemic many chief executives see some light at the end of the tunnel as they think about the rest of this year But they're not wearing rose colored glasses either as many admit the great resignation presents an ongoing staffing challenge and as inflation pressures are a real concern as they seek to eke out as much profit as they possibly can Steve podest Bloomberg radio President of the Jewish communal fund zoya reins and her husband Robert Friedman Jewish activists and philanthropists Talk about why they chose the Jewish communal fund for their charitable giving As very busy working parents we wanted to focus more on the charity part of it and wanted to focus more on our children and less on the administration The two communal funds is one of the oldest and largest donor advised funds But at the same time they are totally up to date and have state of the art systems for us to access and manage our contributions online The assets in our funds at the JCF grow tax free So we can generate more charitable dollars to support the charities that we care about most Let JCF minimize your taxes and maximize your.
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"Two of the people behind the project Detroit mayor Mike duggan and Stephen Ross chairman and founder of related companies But first like the rest of us corporations have been through a tumultuous time because of the pandemic and concerns over climate change and because of increased demands from governments for employees and from shareholders PWC has done an extensive study of these issues and come up with a whole new approach that it's rolling out to its clients to help them deal with the new world For his view on how CEOs should navigate this new world I spoke to PWC's U.S. chairman Tim Ryan What we did is we lost two years with studied where is the world going for the next ten years So not just in 22 but where's the world going And it's become very clear when we talk to our stakeholders investors clients people employees of our clients There are a number of things that concern about but it all boils down to trust and what's clear is that CEOs are trying to understand what their stakeholders think not just their customers usually important investors their employees the communities and what's become very clear is that building trust with those stakeholders is an incredible priority for CEOs And I'll just lay it out for you David What CEOs are seeing is more and more They're being challenged on their trustworthiness And that trusted you to take shape and MIT my fair share of taxes is my organization's diverse as it needs to be The working conditions at my organizations where they need to be in my paying a fair wage as data protected is information being used that's ethical We're using customer data the right way It all points to trust And so the question on the minds of CEOs not just for 22 but over the next ten years it's how do I earn the trust to my stakeholders So I can then win their confidence whether that means they work for me or they come to work at my organization or they buy for me or they invest in me And that area is what's crystal clear I would say that issue of trust has been out there forever but it's taken on a whole level of new set of priorities going forward Tim I daresay that there's no CEO of publicly traded company that wouldn't say absolutely That's a priority for me as I lead this company But how do you put some teeth in it Because it can be pretty mushy It can be something to just it's more marketing It's more saying it to your own shareholders to your employees and things like that How do you actually do something about trust Yeah it's a great question and as we study it when you look at information today some of the most important and trusted information that comes out of companies today it's their financial reporting day And that's not by accident David Financial reporting data that comes out of companies is trusted today because there's decades and decades of investment Decades of technology controls review the right types of people CPA CFAs charter accounts there's audit committees that is review and approval checks and balances and ultimately transparency When you look at some of the other areas that I mentioned they're less mature and they increase the importance and the way you put teeth around it is you move from your back foot of reacting when somebody challenges it to your front foot And I guess my question you were talking about the fact that we really put a lot of effort into our finance operations to make sure those are reliable they're transparent not maybe as much and the things like compliance and tax and data Give us a sense about the specific areas you think where the most progress can be made the quickest ESG and the environment is a major element that when we look at the stakeholders that make up our ecosystem you look at investors You look at communities that we all do business in If we look at our future employees and customers it is something that more and more people care about And so that's raising the bar on trust and what are companies doing about it and how are they earning trust And so that is an area we now see companies not only changing their reporting which they are going to see more and more transparency with their changing what they do And in doing so they can face off with their stakeholders and talk about ways they're changing their portfolio as a business is that they're in Ways where they're investing in innovation to drive cleaner carbon or eliminate carbon out of the environment And we're seeing more and more actions being taken And so that is one big element where companies over the next several years and decades are you trustworthy or are you not Are you doing your part to clean up the environment Are you applying to create a sustainable world And so a big area where we see it going forward is helping executives in companies and boards build those skills to stay ahead to make sure you're not only doing your part but then telling your story around what you're doing to make sure you drive the environment David one thing that I'll mention is we are so passionate about this and much in this There's a different skill set that executives need going forward It's not an indictment of the past It's a recognition of what people will need going forward We launched a trust leadership institute that started in November And that trust leadership institute is a commitment over the next three years to take 10,000 executives current and future C suite executives on how do you think about trust going forward and building trust as an asset It teaches ethical decision making trust and data trust inside but trust and supply chain and it has 9 tracks where we teach these skills and we do that with a number of their parties to help people build their skills of thinking about how do I engage with my staple this differently to build that trust Thanks to Tim Ryan of PWC coming up a new state of the art research and education center comes to downtown Detroit I talked to two of the people behind the project Detroit mayor Mike duggan and Stephen Ross chairman and.
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"Distrust because, you know, essentially what that means is, you know, your data and your application that you were running within your own data standards, and within your own organization. Now, you give them over to one of the cloud providers to have them, run them run those systems and hosts your data for you, obviously inherently their security issues and security concerns related to that. So, long story short, there was, you know, there was this, this gradual kind of trepidation towards moving everything, out of the cloud cover, change. Lot of that pretty substantially the way. The the market has changed is that is, uh, brought acquiescence in the market across various wage Issues that cloud is really the go-to-market operating model so to speak. Not just a technology model but a whole operating model for how industry will operate. So industry Industries will tend to focus on the core service is if you're a bank you would focus on your core banking services rather than building out a really expensive and debilitating organization to host your it and you know it would be considered it's more and more. I t is considered as a supporting function, obviously imperative to the operation of the business but it's better on by by the providers than being vertically built in in house. So what have you found to be the main payoffs from cloud? They have any payoffs from cloud. Like I said earlier, there's obviously the the stated and unstated benefit of cost reduction, you know, you know, a lot of organizations have spent hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars over the course of decades, to really build out. In-house it in terms of purchasing servers and wage infrastructure and operating the infrastructure which has to be extremely expensive. Um, now and you know, the added complexity is that is when they need to scale up or scale down, do you turn inflection demand function? It's not that easy because you've already gone through the capital expense of acquiring that infrastructure in in the cloud model, of course you, you pay for what you said then. You know, if you don't need it, then you just let it go and you're not paying for it. So, that's obviously a benefit. The other benefit is the ability to be able to reach customers birth. You know, therefore, you know, previously, you could agree to cross geography. So if you wanted to start up a business operation in a different country or region, especially with that entailed was setting up an order setting up some infrastructure in that particular region to be able to serve customers in that region. Now, the provision of cloud, all you have to do is go and position, whatever set of services that you want wage. Assuming that there was a clock provider in that region, which most richest to support and you can directly start serving customers in that region and obviously the third third major issue if it is to be able to serve customers on the edge meaning customers want contextual information and they want it real time. The ability to be able to provide contextual information. Same time very difficult. If you're hosting all of your infrastructure and I T and house from the ability to be able to deliver these services on the edge, meaning exactly where the customer is. Yep. Actually is a good added benefit in terms of service is consumption. Given that given a need for construction real-time data and Cloud really enables.
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"This is the green and I'm the publisher of Telecom reseller and today. And with Ali, Khan a PWC Holly. Thank you for joining me today, excited to be doing this podcast. I really love when we get to do a big broad view of what's happening in our market. And we're going to be reporting today and pwc's US clouds off business survey. Before we get into that. What does PWC do? What is PwC? So, PWC is a global management consulting firm across a number of different countries and we provide a number of different services in tax audit and advisory services and advisory Services focus on a business Consulting and Technology Consulting. Well we're going to be talking a little bit more about your company and just a second. But what was your big finding in the cloud survey that you took? Well, I mean, the, the there are a number of things, but I think the thing that came off came out, most significantly was the gap between the perceived value of cloud and realized value of cloud by the responses and the disconnect between the two took a bit deeper into that. What do we mean by this perceived value in the realized value? What's the difference between the two? Besides as well and mr. Cloud is obviously transforming. You know, the way we live the way, we use our phones, the way we shop, particularly post-cold, there has been. One of the biggest drivers will change. Having said that the market is strongly reflected towards getting onto Cloud. If they're not allowed, the deepening, their relationship on relationships on cloud. Having said that, they're obviously expectations tied to cloud enablement or Cloud transformation, part of companies, and essentially the Gap reveals, what perception of, uh, company Executives have been in relation to what the actual that I asked if it has been, uh, and and they're very many different reasons for that disconnect. But that is, that essentially the Gap that we're talking about, I want to understand better how how this Gap Works. Yep. Mean that the people that are buying cloud in adopting, it don't understand the full value of what they've purchased or.
LeBron James Rookie Card Sells for Record $5.2 Million
"LeBron James rookie basketball card has just sold for $5.2 million. The card claims the throne for most expensive in basketball, and it ties the all time record for any card with the 1952 Topps Mickey Mental Baseball card. Jesse Craig, with PWC See Marketplace tells ESPN he thinks there are LeBron cards out there worth more than $10 million that
PwC's Chair: Business Leader's Role in America's Racial Reckoning
"Afternoon. I'm trying to think k. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post live or another installment in our series race in america. Business leaders are becoming more and more vocal on social and political issues and nothing exemplifies that better than the rising opposition to voter restrictions across the country just yesterday in a two page ad right smack in the middle of the washington. Post the new york times and the wall street journal. A who's who of corporate america philanthropy and hollywood declared quote. We stand for democracy. One of those signatories is with us. Today tim ryan. Us chair and senior partner of pw c. u. s. mr ryan. Welcome to washington. Post live and he's jonathan. Thanks it's great to be with you today. Thank you so on april. First you you said. We oppose any changes in election. Laws that result in suppressing law lawful votes especially given their historical use to suppress boats of color. That was april first. Why take such a stand the jonathan because it's important one of the things that business leaders need is. We need certainty. We need a strong democracy. We want people to work in our country invest in our country and we know that democracy is one of the biggest strengths that we have. It's important for us to during the weekend to make this economy strong at one of the things that make makes this economy. Strong is democracy wherever single person regardless where they come whether they're rich or poor with her black white. They had the ability to vote in our country. And if that's important that we need to speak out let people know about it
Tom Brady has perfect reaction to his rookie card selling for a record $1.32M
"Has paid a bundle for an autographed rookie card from an NFL M v. P. He brought it home for the Buccaneers. Super Bowl ended, the ball would be in the hands of Tom Brady. Rare Brady rookie card from 2000 has sold for a record $1.3 million. Price breaks the old mark for a football card by almost half a million and tops the recent 861,000 paid for a Patrick Mahomes card. The Brady memorabilia was purchased by longtime fan James Parker. It was sold on PWC. See MARKETPLACE.
Impact of the coronavirus on your workforce
"The global supply chain is now starting to be impacted the global supply chain logistics company PWC is estimating the total GDP dollar impact of covert nineteen will be five hundred and seventy billion dollars that's ten times greater than sars was global stocks down by an average of two point two as of this morning we are down two point nine currently at nine hundred nine hundred points lost on the Dow just
African football body CAF in disarray, audit reveals
"Hi Connie we're going to talk about the confederation of African football because an old it into the state to the continental governing body has revealed an organization in a state of disarray really both with regard to finances and government governance calf meets on Friday to discuss the order to along with plans for major reforms of the body and the continental game itself the BBC's piers Edwards has seen a copy of the old it prepared by the accounting firm PWC he told us first of all why the report was commissioned well the report came about fool two reasons firstly cast executive committee approved it early last year but the real reason it went head was because of the unprecedented decision to instill faith sector general from assume or as a general delegate for Africa that was in a bid to improve governance and calf and as I understand it was a condition of the general day to go well that's the old it would take place and it started just a few months after her appointment in August last year so that's why the report came about what does it say about the running of calf what is sure to paint a picture of an organization in Kelso council described as unreliable and untrustworthy lower ranking stuff labeled de motivated and who works in the general organizational structure of calf is also criticized effectively described as I'm fit for purpose now the executive committee which is a faithfully caps board is described as hindering progress since it was found to delay critical business decisions by any meeting four times a year and in terms of general organization the orders as the basic math is such as stuff attendance and holidays a not even registered on the subject of money is says it is incredibly hard to to order if cap for the very simple reason that most of the organizations that payments are made in cash and that includes is payroll to stuff for the old it raises more serious questions and in particular a questions the validity of at least twenty million dollars worth of payments which are said to either have a little supporting evidence unlike what will be deemed higher risk or of course both in the old it also reviews thirty five payments to the executive committee that was cast board effectively and found that none of those thirty five payments have the required documentation to clearly establish those payments legitimacy baby she's pairs had which has been looking at the order ten to the confederation of African football he told us what it has to say about calf president I'm at in particular well the auditors who price Waterhouse coopers want an investigation into what role president out among others had in the controversial decision to employ a little and gym equipment manufacturer in the southern from school to school still well they became a key supplier of schools where to calf now types who steals own is an old friend of Ahmad's attache and I'm AT has emphatically denied wrongdoing about this case in the past none the less some of the financial transactions between calf and tentacles still are described in the old it as being highly suspicious so that's the day tell the question now is what all calf going to do about this report will cancel executive committee is G. three very shortly on Friday and that's to address both the order and the recommendations of a joint FIFA calf tall schools which is cool for wholesale changes in the way cath is both structured and run and among these changes is the desire to effectively remove administrative power from the executive committee and to change how that committee that we knew were rations are determined which the order says is county being done by a committee members themselves well half of the knowledge that things happy mum badly saying they are now tackling historic problems that dates back in decades but with the executive committee members would address the recommendations remains to be seen that's a baby she's pace at which you can read more about the order timed cast response on the BBC sport website two other lines regarding the confederation of African football this morning the governing body has sealed an agreement with Egypt the country where it's always been based which gives it the same legal rights as other international non governmental organizes calf says the deal gives it quote immunities and privileges similar to those granted to international organizations and diplomatic missions and ahead of that meeting on Friday which as well as governments will discuss important footballing reforms African legend someone letter has made clear his opposition to the idea of moving the Africa Cup of nations to a full yearly cycle from every two years the shift has been talked up by FIFA boss John Infantino when would be warmly welcomed by European clubs who wouldn't lose that place because so often but that's okay who's close to both Infantino and trust president Ahmet told the French broadcast RFI that the move would not be in Africa's