31 Burst results for "Pat Carroll"

"pat carroll" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"But then the sunsets and aerial turns back into a mermaid. So now it's ariel and eric and try versus ursula but Since aerial slowly turning into this little bug creature like thing trying gives ursula him instead of aerial like a trade and he turns into the thing and then erste gets hold of the trident and the crown and well area will have that she kind of attacks ursula. But eric is there to throw a harpoon at ursula and it hits her on the arm and now it's ursula versus eric and ariel and it's so cool because they are fighting and they're just doing everything they can save each other and it's beautiful and also one of the things i really love about. Low mermaid is. This is one of the first times when a disney princess has saved prince not once but like twice. It is kinda funny anyway. So they ended up defeating ursula by basically She gets this kebab. Guy ship that eric was piloting and then try and sees. How much area loves eric. So he turns aerial into a human and they have the beautiful wedding between ariel and eric. And that's how the movie ends now. This series is a prequel to that movie of all the original voice actors in it. It shows what area was like when she was younger before she even met eric. And it's really cute. i love the episodes. They're so adorable. Now according to the background information the low mermaid is an american animated television series produced by walt disney television mation based on the nineteen eighty nine disney film of the same name it features the adventures of aerial as a mermaid prior to the events of the film. See its prequel series. This series is the third disney television series spun off from a major animated film. Some of the voice actors of the film reprise their roles in the series among them jodi benson as aerial samuel e wright as the bass kenneth mars as king triton and pat carroll as ursula other voice actors include eden grows and bradley pierce as flounder and jeff bennett as prince era lewis. Murray premiered in the fall of nineteen ninety two on september eleventh with the animated prime time special called awale. A tale thin moved to the saturday mornings. This series originally appeared on cbs with an original run from nineteen ninety two to november twenty six thousand nine hundred ninety four..

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To go in the first Hindutva on K R L V Voice of the Golden Knights a packed house AT T Mobile Arena. Shea Theodore had a goal and an assist. Vegas takes Game one of their Stanley Cup semi final against one of the original six teams. The Montreal Canadians, 4 to 1 Marc Andre Fleury, making 28 saves in that game tonight, the Lightning will look to salvage some of their home ice advantage is they take on the New York Islanders in Game two in Tampa, New York took game one on a 21 win. On Sunday and before we leave the ice warmer. Louisville Panthers Assisting coach Gerard Gallant is now the head man in the Big Apple, The New York Rangers hiring the coach, according to reports, the 57 year old agreeing to a four year deal glance was the first head coach in the history. Ironically, the Vegas Golden Knights leading them to the Stanley Cup finals in the first season. Most recently he led team Canada to the gold at the double I H F World Championships. He replaces David Quinn had a chance to meet Gerard Gallant after I watched him with Red Wings all through high school. One of my favorite players met him while he was here in Louisville. And so did our own friend, Dr. Pat Carroll, who was the team dentist for the Louisville Panthers. He had a chance, and his boys had a chance to be stick Boys for the Louisville Panthers and meet Gerard Gallant. We're both in agreement. He is a class act all right. On the Major League Baseball sign of The Times in 2021 San Francisco Giant fans are going to need Peacock Network if they want to watch this weekend series against Philadelphia, Major League Baseball is experimenting with Peacock streaming service in the San Francisco and Philadelphia markets. Friday Saturday Sunday games from San Francisco will not be on the Giants usual TV channel, NBC Sports Bay Area The National Peacock Stream of the Games will feature the Giants announcer. Of course, the legendary John Miller and Mike Cook grow and the Phillies analyst John Crook and Jimmy Rowlands. Quickly taking a look around Major League Baseball last night in the National League Central. The Reds get that big win over the Milwaukee Brewers tended to They moved to second place in the N L. Central ST Louis beats Miami 42. Washington beat the Pittsburgh Pirates three to the Mets got over on the Cubs, 5 to 2. Elsewhere on the senior circuit. Colorado beat San Diego 32 to San Francisco Giants up and Arizona five to to Paul Miles L. A Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 321 quickly through the American League. The Indians beat the Orioles. It was the Red Sox over the Blue Jays. The Tigers Beat the Kansas City Royals. The Rays beat the South Siders. Oakland gets over on the L. A Angels and Seattle beats Minnesota That's look at sports.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"We got a note from Pat Carroll, the best of Cruise and Fitzgerald. He drove from March town road and I to 64 2 shepherds fill this morning as a place there and, ah little slush on Waterson around popular level. So then, like I said, there's various movie, right? Yeah, it's just Yeah, well, this this is just your on dry pavement. Then all of a sudden you can hit a glaze to spot There s so this is this is even ahead of what we're going to get tonight. So this isn't even this isn't even to the I guess. The The main main event, if you will. This is kind of precursor. And here's where we're at because I just pulled up one of the pavement sensors, the one downtown It's spaghetti Junction on 64. Is registering 33.9. So it's right at that wine where anything that hits is gonna freeze. 33.9 and will Well, it's I mean, it's right there. Freezing and you go out West board at the Snyder is a 33 degrees the water Senate, Taylor is reading 33.2. S o. That would that would be so that would explain what about now? The, uh in the East in Bridge to the point of bridges and overpasses is reading 31 a half that's that's where you start. Really? Really, to your point, Willy. Yeah, the big bridges and overpasses particularly there in the downtown area. Parts of 65 some issues there. Alright, Thanks. Will Scott walk halfway Thanks for the information. The bust in the chops was unnecessary and you need to know what uses that term gene slider. Look, you know where you're from. And it's Phil. I've lived here since 1969. So I'm allowed to be a part of the culture and feeling right in the back seat with my parents. And if you don't be quiet, I'm gonna stop this vehicle. You gotta get a slow ride like you never. All right, Bambi from.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Question for these guys. Okay? When the monorail opened Disneyland in 1959. It was dedicated by this man who was then the U. S. Vice President Jang it, Brandon. Yes, Brain. Who's Richard Nixon? Correct date yet. Okay. Pat Carroll, Carl Reiner. In that net, Fabray all won Emmys and 1957 for their work on this comics. Our Hill. You know who were the people again? Read it again. Oh, Pat Carroll, Carl Reiner and Nanette Fabray. They all went in me on this show. Mandy, what is the Dick Van Dyke Show? Nope. Brandon's minus two is six. Cesar. You've got it. It's Cesar. On this 1958 Christmas card. Elvis war, his army uniform. This man his manager was dressed up like Santa Mandy. Tom, you were incorrect. Yeah, Parker. Ah! And finally fate fully. Alexander Borden 1 1954 Tony as composer of this musical, even though he died in 18 87. Thanks for the worst category ever. Hey, fourth question. That is the point. Another one. You have to see something so it can't be that way. Have a horrible category. That only has four questions. I'm actually oddly okay with.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Club that's well, that's that's what's up for debate. Folks don't know. And if you read the guy who, in fact the official communication from Iceland on their Facebook pages, they're working with those that be Figure out what they can and can't do because that sting Yeah, because right indoor venues no more than 20 people allowed, right? On. I'm coming. I'm coming. How you guys are on the ice. Six people. Well, you just You have a bigger crowd, and I'm communicating with our good friend. Dr. Pat Carroll is also a hockey guy himself, and we were just kind of is funny just about 10 minutes ago. We're going back and forth about, um, as they're trying to figure out what's right and what's wrong, Because if you read the regulations, I mean the pretty cut and dry to most people, and and it says any endure. Events, athletic events. You know, I have to pull the exact Burbage so everybody's kind of in limbo. They were to a play northern Kentucky tonight. That game was canceled because Northern Kentucky has a covert case themselves. Um, and so they were going to try to practice so everybody's just kind of waiting on official word, But it is interesting that you know everybody else is pretty cut and dry. With the exception to your point of football, where the playoffs we're going to continue. Everything else has been pushed back. And how many times did we are you lose that were eligible to be in the playoffs, but because of code I don't know in total, right schools. Yeah, I don't know. I know Ballard's out for a creek is out. I don't know the other ones off the top of my head. That's a great question. That's great question to see and we'll see what happens as teams move on through. I do know that if you do advance through the playoffs and you have to drop out because of covert the team you defeated, then we'll move on to take your place. Okay. Provider interest, providing their covert ready. I mean, I think Commissioner Julie attacking. I want to tip my hat to him. By the way we talked about yesterday and boy, you know if there's anything that any any entity needs in 2020, that is leadership. And for commissioner attacking to come out and say, I'm not trying to win a popularity contest here. I know I'm going to have detractors, and he's any state steady. He he was steadfast again. Not everybody's gonna agree with it. That's the I had a leader like Helena first went in the Navy. I still remember Lieutenant Commander Williams and he was he still, I hold him in high regard and just a great example of leadership coming out of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Well, you know, there's a reason a lot of people don't want to get into politics because in politics at some point, you gotta vote and the vote on something you're gonna have controversy, no matter what, And it's interesting. The way we kind of cascade people, whether it's in politics, or what have you When really most people are probably pretty good persons, you know, and you have a lot of the same. Thinks that you want you want your family to succeed you want you know you You still love Grandma and Mom and dad and all these kinds of things, but we get off her rocker because of Things that we don't like about what's going on in our world right now and well, I think ah, lot of it is attributed to the frustration that this disease covered 19 has says, Put honest. And trying to adapt and trying to, you know, I Remember, Michelle Obama said she had a low grade depression. I think a lot of people have had that or or a leaf, low grade anxiety that sometimes gets blown. I know some people, right. I know some people close and close to me that there are times where they've almost cracked through this pandemic. And understandably so because in there so many what ifs where you just don't know, and we all have a certain fear of the unknown to some degree. And I think that's what's gotten a lot of people through this through this whole thing. I agree. It's coming up on a 20 year news radio 8 40 wh as Paul Miles has your headlines coming.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"It's time for our Walt Disneyworld Trivia Question of the week invite you test your. Knowledge Walt Disney world history or see how will you pay attention to the details. Sometimes what you see here remember smell if you think you know the answer, you can enter VR online form for a chance to win a dizzy pies package. Of course, before we get to this week's question, we're GONNA go back review last week's and select our winter. To last week, we were talking about Disney villains and specifically Ursula for a trick question and if you remember from the Little Mermaid Ursula transforms herself from C. which into a beautiful woman in order to fool the prince into marrying her and question last week was to tell me what was the name That she used. I thanks and congratulations all who entered got this one correct and knew that the answer is Vanessa. As you remember from the film once Ursula sees that Ariel and Prince Eric are starting to fall in love. She transforms herself into a beautiful young woman named Vanessa she basically hypnotizing Eric tricks him into marrying her and. You know how it all plays out there. Anyway. Actress Jodi Benson, who is the voice of aerial actually provided the voice of Vanessa who was absolutely beautiful human alter ego instead of Pat Carroll who was the Voice Ursula from? Anyway, all the correct entries randomly selected one. Once. Again, last week, you're playing for all of my digital products, which is my hundred and two ways to save money for not what Israel, book, as well as my seven virtual audio walking tours of magic kingdom were you and I walk through Magic Kingdom physically distanced, of course, six feet apart. But together, we walk through Magic Kingdom with the binomial three dimensional ambient sounds of the parks behind us. I take you land by land through all of the history details, secret stories, overlooked experiences really to help you enjoy and. Get a deeper appreciation of the parks and impress your friends when you take them back by the way, all these are available for just ten dollars. If you go to the WW shop at www dot com a Muslim to send you a wwe radio vinyl sticker and a magic pan cover not available in stores or online and a mystery prize from my Ebay. Collection. I am in the process of going through my personal collection of Disney Marvel and star wars items that been collecting really since the seventies and putting ten new items up each week on Ebay one dollar starting bid. No reserve auctions begin and end Sunday night at nine PM Eastern at www dot com slash ebay, and last week's winter randomly selected is. Jerry Palmisano. So Jerry congratulations you use the online form. So I had to shipping address I look at your prize pack attached away. If you play last week didn't win. That's okay because here's your next chance to enter in this week's Walt Disneyworld Trivia Challenge. So. Let's stick with voices but go back to the Disney theme parks and Disney Mgm Studios. Prior to becoming Disney's Hollywood. Studios had one of my favorite nighttime fireworks, spectacular displays called sorcery in the sky. and. I WanNa know who was the narrator of the sorcery in the sky fireworks display at dizzy Jim Studios. If it sounds familiar, I'm going to even give you a hint because if you've earned playing my daily dizzy, Trivia on my instagram stories, this is a question. I asked not too long ago and I hope you if you remember or you can go back on the instagram stories and still find it there. Again. I'm an INSTAGRAM DOT COM, slash lumine, Jello new multiple choice trivia, questions every single morning they're fun way test your knowledge hopefully learn something along the way. So but anyway, this week's Trivia question you have until Sunday July Twelfth at eleven fifty, nine PM Eastern to go to www dot com click on this week's podcast there you'll find the form again, you are going to play for the digital products, the books the. Sticker the magic band cover and another mystery prize from my personal ebay collection. So good luck. And have. Fun..

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H. S. I am Tony Cruz good morning to you with my dentist Dr Pat Carroll because today you could open for business good morning how are you good morning Tony what what day is it I'm Kitty this for a while it is Monday April twenty seventh yeah which is which is a interesting day because we have Dennis event so we can open today but I think to port they're going to get costs right quickly that just because we were told we were open doesn't mean we will all find in fact we're not gonna be open today we don't have what we need to do that because I think most innocent tale reverie Dennis untapped our primary concern right now is keeping our team and our patients say so we want to be sure that we got all the P. P. we need to open and not have to close tomorrow so let you know don't call your Dennis and think that the plot may be open today but don't assume they're going to be I guess that's the first thing in the have you been able to do any emergency service yeah we've been treating our patients American we were we were told to try to do everything we can to keep patients from having to go to the hospital you know from sections so we've actually been open these last two weeks the emergency patients that you know we might take two a day of course you know he says he thirty people a day so it's been a it's been a different world and it's going to be a different world I think that's what I call aren't talking about right now because in an effort to keep our you can say things are gonna change from the very first phone call till the patient walks out of the office me will happen is when you call and make your appointment you'll be asked the end of the call with Chris green questions you'll be asked to fill out your registration forms everything online so we can try to keep the interactions with the front team the front office at a minimum and then when you're called to confirm appointments could be SO saying call the screening question you know do you have a fever you have a cough and those kind of things and then you know like talk like a government saying when you come to the office you know what it's going to be in the waiting room you'll need to call us and let us know you're in the car your car's going to be a waiting room and tell them we'll text you and you know don't you've been here we've always been a real high touch pretty upbeat place and and we're gonna continue to be that way but the experience is going to be a little different you know used to come in the door Kerry which Monterey county I do and you know what now he's gonna have a mass conscious of the smile and the joy of the mask on it you know at the front door she's got a point to monitor for it and get your temperature so those are some real changes there and then you know we'll ask our patients to wear a mask when they come in hopefully can offer hoping they can bring their own so we don't it doesn't stretch R. P. P. more than it's ever going to be those kind I didn't check it out we're going to try to go a little less touch let's you know get things handled were you know either virtual credit card credit card numbers and those kind of things of that kind of experience is going to change in the just in the waiting room and then when you come back and actually start clinical procedures things can be a little bit different you know we're gonna ask everybody to get the hand sanitizer on their way back also if they need to hit the head of the restroom go and do that first because once we get you seated in the room we're going to want to try to keep the patients in the room there and you know your clinical team members comical different I just texted you picture of me and what was your response I am your father on but those are going to have a face shield mask the glasses maybe an extra layer of of but PP may get down or disposable gay on the penny pond the procedure we're going to be done you know our patients are gonna have to work not where will probably be using a little different half speed evacuation in the map to do more suctioning to try to minimize that aerosol and then in every room we're going to have help of filters to scrub the air and with those cats thanks a lot you know in essence we're really going to slow down we see less people would have to spend more time cleaning rooms and so for those reasons you know you know say you had for fillings and we said okay Tony gets back on Tuesday and then gets back next Friday so maybe we'll try to do more at one time so we can minimize the P. T. that issues for each patient because you know once were in the room which is **** stand room with it which is kind of scary because you know it was always good to get rid of it if we can and then you know with our team same thing when they come in the morning then hit him with a thermometer to be sure they haven't they don't have a fever ask them all the same questions anybody that's not feeling good gone so you know we want people to see that it will make it as safe as possible to come see us things going to change a little bit but you know I've been in this game a long time and things have changed a lot of them by yourself the last one more one more question that is yeah what you did to part that no elective surgeries and no invasive procedures does that mean no root canals and yet can you just get out he was laying on the water what what what are the no no actually right now what they told us as we can open during our normal things which are fillings and all those kind of things once we have the proper PP PP and to follow the protocols they put out in their directive yesterday so we can do whatever we want to do as long as we're doing it the way they tell us to do something with it great I really do think the directives are good I think they did a great job I think people are really not Dennis really gonna respond at all Sir right way such that Carol exceptional dentistry appreciate your time thank you Pat it's no problem I appreciate.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Forty WHAS good morning at six forty five until the cruise along with Dr Pat Carroll of exceptional dentistry he happens to be my discover still Dennis and sit tickets as well Dr good morning yes Sir Tony how you doing this morning I'm doing just great and you're already in your office was in Shepherdsville right now yeah mentorship was the location of that yes Sir how are you drop down getting yeah indeed let's talk a little bit about on how you and your staff in times like these I guess maybe all the time keep yourself safe as position and staff but also those people that you work at a special when you talk about teeth I mean you're talking about cemented the the things bacteria mold mildew and all these kind of things flying around and now with the the corona virus it could be the nineteen well what are your thoughts about this all right don't you just love that description make my job south of glamorous young builders thank you for being there but I have I guess the first thing I would say on this is that you know just like everybody when they start talking about this I think the situation is fluid you know is it a semi new virus but but we have no reason to believe it's not going to behave just as all the you know corona viruses for sars and things like that I think the first thing we want to do is reassure all our patients that this is something that dentistry has been on the forefront since about the time I got out of dental school when I got out of dental school that's right when the we first started working with HIV and and that then that will scare came and then you know we've got three stars and all the other different influenza hepatitis a and and really what it comes down to Tony is we treat everybody that walks in our office as if they have an infectious disease that's the way we've always protected our patients and ourselves basically you know we have to assume everybody's got something and so with that so we do everything we can to protect ourselves you know every all Dennis practices to.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is Tom or I'm with Carol Fishman Cohen the founder and CEO of I rewatch and we are talking about the challenges and solutions to re entering the workforce after taking a break from work Carol when we're in the last say when you're talking about ageism went about the questions that I mentioned at the top of the show about ice see you took a career break tell me about what why were you out of work I mean you know all the questions how should people are respond in a in a proactive and positive way to questions like that on that probably the most frequently asked question that we get after because I really want everyone is how do I talk about my career break in another year or someone from a key okay if at any about it and if you want to acknowledge that you took a career break you don't want to apologize and then you want to go on to why you're the best person for the job so you think Pat Carroll looks like here you two contender collaborate tell me about that day yes they took a career break to care for my children and now I can't wait to get back to work in fact interested in this particular position is because when I was working at Xerox we take our customer challenges let me tell you about one of them so you see what I'm I am if nothing that I took it I'm not apologizing I'm moving on to why I'm the best person for the job in mind too interested I have relevant experience now when I talk about that world experience even though it might have been years ago I'm talking about it like it just happened and the other thing that you have to remember is that this kind of an answerable choirs that you have an anecdote from each of your prior significant work and offer volunteer experiences and have to practice those like court ought to your dinner easy for you to come up with answers without even thinking about it now that's another way to help your confidence but the product is practicing again and in answering the question about being called a qualified you need to educate the interviewer and explain you you might think I'm qualified for the position but I intentionally started out because my priorities are I want to deliver excellent results to my employer and I want to manage my life outside of work and I know that if I take a good look at this level I can do about it now not every interviewer every employer will be convinced some girl walked by it but and more will be convinced than you think because they haven't really thought about it that way I need to explain that you know what my life exactly what makes sense for me right now so that's why I intentionally applied for the long haul this is Tom are you listen to the mentors radio show today were talking about getting back to work after a long break my guest is founder and CEO of hi re launch Carol Fishman caught as you talk and based on experience I've had with the group here hot that's in transition part of a group is helpful in making this is hard to do a let alone what what does I read watch do with regards to training and services the image we we are getting some of the tips now but I'm sure there many more things that you offer people that are in transition and trying to re enter yeah absolutely so it's hard with the box in the end I realized her career and we ended up writing back on the clear pack and that led to a co founding ideal so that was all based on what we call the seven three one six that it cannot be an athlete cannot two thousand seven and instead of writing a ten year anniversary edition to the box we're gonna take the book online and make a multi media version and update it at the same time and so we don't color road now so it's five pieces thirty staff are always improving it webcast and podcast and worksheets and all it takes to create guide the pixel all through the relaunch process so that's something that you can purchase outright if you come to one of our company is usually bundle included but that that your conference he so we have important events in my competence around the country we have tools to reset that you can pay for like right now we open up your free tools and resources on the I've bought stock com website you can look up and you get your blog post you can hi Kathy three two one I really want to be lectured whereby that kept me up over a hundred at the thirteenth on story can end by I am sad you don't returning to work after clear break and we think with crew coaches and employers and what we want all over the the lunch were talking but only about what they wish they knew so that's also a credible reports of people now if I were to go to a conference what would I expect to take home from that conference I would want to return to our coverage is our flagship event we are running twenty five times already and one more than four hundred programs improve patient or been part of to prevent a presentation from one fifty thousand people but this is our collection and what it is is a single payer clearly into strategy and the opportunity to meet and players that are interested in hiring the watcher many of them already have come through a formal returned to work program some of them don't have a program but you're simply interested the poor because they help high caliber and they want to have we want to get hired directly into full time all so you will experience a day of our job but it's not too narrow it tailored specifically to the like resumes from the locker thank you break on let me interviewing for the launcher how how we want to should handle them again profile tailored on the kickoff keynote and I talk about talk strategy turning to work after clear break and then we hear from employers and we hear from we launchers and you have the opportunity in the afternoon to have complications with these imports that are there and it's not a career fair it's not like you walk in the thirty three hundred votes we work with a curated much smaller group of companies I think you have had conversations with them now what if I were in an area and I don't have a company close by that has signed up for putting in a relaunch programmer interns return ship or whatever what what do I do I mean I got your conferences or anything else I can do locally to get started I see like at your podcasts anything else I mean you you do want to look for strategic volunteering like font your walls are lined with your career goals and I can tell you that idealist dot org your match dot org and catch fire dot org catch a fire don't work are great the shortage of volunteer won't on you might want to take a course or program that is odd because the way that your career goals and then if you are in a conversation with a small and medium size company or a large company that does not have a program you can Jack in internship like arrangement that help you keep in mind if that you know I understand that you might be hesitant to Grignon what about bringing the awning from her contract wall so you can test out of my the working range I know my work product before making a hiring decision that's great we're gonna capture some of the time for this segment put in the last segment and we're going to go to break and when we return we'll be with I guess mentor Carol Fishman calling the founder and CEO of I. relaunch which is helping stay at home moms dads that's an early right retirees of taking a break from work and are now trying to reenter the workforce like us on Facebook if mentors radio dot com you'll find.

"pat carroll" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pat Carroll so who is it well we finally believe that we have the answer to the question that came in from actually one of our clients named rich shoes in the bay area it's laugh them sal now if you're wondering who is lessons sale lessons cell was a favorite at Playland at the beach adjacent to the cliff house it was an operation from nineteen twenty eight to nineteen seventy four was one of those arcade fans it was originally produced in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties laughing sal stood six feet ten inches high including the twelve inch pedestal made a paper mache consisting of seven layers of pressed card stock with coarse hair strengthen our members over steel coils and framed a record player was concealed in the pedestal it contained a stack of recordings of a woman laughing when the records were finished an attraction operator restocking restarted them so this was one old penny arcade device of laughing sal and lessons cell is our woman laughing for at least so the theory is I'm not sure anyone will ever really know so there it is no more of the laughter although you'll be hearing it from time to time when I say something that strikes my funny bone one thing that is no laughing matter the seven point one magnitude earthquake that hit southern California last week seismologists called it moderate they say a giant earthquake could be thirty times worse than the one that hit southern California and the only thing that upset me about the whole conversation was a headline in USA today which said quote earthquake experts trying to reassure California now the problem I have with that headline I don't think earthquake experts ought to be trying to reassure everybody what I think they ought to be doing is helping Californians prepare because the statistics are that less than twenty percent of homeowners in California have earthquake insurance so what gives we know that the earthquakes coming no we don't know when we don't know where we don't know how severe but everybody is pretty much in agreement that the big one is one day going to arrive when it occurs are you going to face economic devastation from the loss of your home and property earthquake insurance is a reasonable rational step and if you're going to say well golly Gee it's too expensive for me well then you ought to reconsider where you're living if you're going.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"No-shows cost the coach time and money and can cost a fence their freedom. Public defenders in court administrators are now using text reminders in more than a dozen states, including Virginia, California, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida and Washington messages are typically sent ten days one week in one day before scheduled hearing some texts also include customized messages, reminding people to seek time off from work arranged for childcare and figure out how they'll get to court. Rhonda roster reporting members of Mainz seaweed industry, say court could dramatically change the nature of the business in the state, which has been booming. The state's highest court ruled last month permission from coastal landowners is going to be needed in the future for harvesting rock. We'd it's a particularly popular kind of seaweed. News and analysis, townhall dot com. And are still of new technologies being put to the test. Finding floods. This year has rivers inundate towns and farm fields across the central US drone supercomputers and sonar that scans deep water or helping maintain flood control projects and predict exactly where rivers will lead their banks together. The tools or putting detailed information to use in real time, enabling emergency managers and people at risk to make decisions it can save lives and property and the cost of the technology is coming down, even as disaster recovery becomes more expensive. Rich Thomasson reporting today is somebody may the fifth and birthday for some famous people. It is including actress Pat Carroll ninety two years old today. NBC newsmen Brian Williams. Turns sixty rhythm and blues. Singer Hemed Yvonne is forty four today. Actor Henry Cavill, superman thirty six more on these stories at townhall dot com. Mm. Today on the town hall.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Much. I wouldn't know where to go. Anyway, I don't know the Boston area that Wells Fargo. Thank you, Stu. I used to do shows down the Kate. Oh, you did where? Alcohol distributors had me come down. Thursday and Friday and this had to be like fifteen years ago. Did it for two summers in a row, and we went all over the came inclusive of. The islands Martha's Vineyard untuckit. I didn't I didn't know get back. Then. If I ever went to again, get re situated to do the Cape. I'll make sure you know about it. Our urine. Mike Cape connection is. Oh, gosh. The actress. Oy. It's went out of my mind. You Pat her on a few nights. I mean a few times over the years. Older woman lifts down on the Cape house, Carol. That's yeah. See I have to know when people are talking about whom they're talking because they can't remember something they're bringing up. Do the memory of it. You won the prize on that one. I can see your face used to see her at the Cape playhouse. Yeah. That's right, Pat Carroll. All right. Thanks, a lot more than a great to hear here. You're going to be on more. Thank you. Ralph. Nichols ralph. Here comes Ryan Ryan. Good morning Morgan. How're you? I'm fine. How are you? I'm very good. Hey, congratulations on your new gig. That's awesome. Glad to hear it. For the question. I got off speed or to friend, Walter. I'm sorry to Walter. That'd be cockerel racing. Cockroach let me find that one to cross it off. And that's questions five and you and now qualified to win the BBC t shirt. Didn't they take forever to show up in the mail? Oh, I know. I've heard that's fine. I'll be patient. All right. Bye. Bye. Bye. Open lines. This never happens this early. So I'm gonna read a bunch. I've got news coming up. So this times out well. And bear with me. Ned Martin about Fred Lynn, and Jim rice, collectively? What did he call them? Archie Archie bunker. To his son-in-law,.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Headlines that we get a Pat Carroll in the newsroom. Thanks, Jason leaders of the house Senate panel working on a border security deal to avoid another government shutdown say they may be working through the weekend. But that progress is being made president. Trump has expressed pessimism about getting a deal with border funding included and is threatening to declare a national emergency house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked to respond to the president's doubts. At least think that whatever the president says about us. He's projecting his own unreleased. He's a projector. Democrats are calling for a green new deal intended to transform the US economy to combat climate change and create thousands of jobs in renewable energy, freshman, congresswoman, Alexandria, Cossio. Core tells ca calls the plan thoughtful, compassionate, and economically strategic. We're here to say that small incremental policy solutions are not enough. The plan sets a goal of shifting the nation to one hundred percent zero emission energy sources within ten years. Members of the Senate Judiciary committee have advanced the nomination of William bar for attorney general the full Senate could vote as soon as next week. Democrats in Virginia are waiting on the state's legislative black caucus to respond to the latest developments threatening to bring. Down the state's top three elected officials. The caucus has called on governor. Ralph Northam to resign over black facing K K KKK photos, but so far has been silent about sexual assault accusations against Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, the next official in line. Attorney general Mark herring has admitted wearing black face to a college party. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pat Carroll, excuse me. She's got our national and world. Thanks Jason Carroll. Democrats in congress revealed their new green deal today calling for a complete overhaul of the US economy with big changes to the country's energy, healthcare and education sectors over the next decade. New York congresswoman Alexandria, oh Cossio Cortez. Pushed back against concerns that focusing heavily on climate change could hurt Democrats in twenty twenty. I don't think that we lose elections by addressing climate change. I don't think we ever have. And I don't think we ever will the top democrat working out a border security deal to avoid another government shutdown says progress is being made but negotiations may go into the weekend. President Trump has nominated senior treasury official David Malpass to head the World Bank. Now pass has been sharply critical of China and has called for a shakeup of the global economic order. He spoke with Bloomberg today about his nomination, we talk with China. About ways that they can have policies that really work better for them that worked better for the rest of the world in terms of structural reforms because China's the world's second-biggest economy is very important in how the world grows and China has interact. So we're we have a good dialogue with them. I have a lot of respect for their senior finance people. So I'm looking forward to a good relationship between the World Bank could China David Malpass, he has portrayed the World Bank in the past as too big and inefficient New York City. Police are telling the Google traffic app ways to stop giving drivers a heads up about drunk driving checkpoints, the NYPD has asked Google to stop allowing users to post information about drunk.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right, Charlie. Thank you. Bloomberg government is reporting that the Pentagon and the VA may consider merging their healthcare programs, which would affect millions of military personnel and vets for more on the story. We're joined by rob Levinson. Bloomberg government senior defense analyst and Megan Howard veterans, a pair of veterans affairs reporter at Bloomberg government and Meghan. Why don't you start by telling us about this proposal? So what they're considering doing is they're looking at combining some aspects of their healthcare systems, specifically looking at physical structures clinics things like that. Currently they have. Two separate systems. So what they did was they put out of requests for information. And they're trying to solicit some feedback now about this idea, and they're kind of in a brainstorming session right now. Rob tell us about this from the viewpoint of the federal contracts that are involved with both agencies. Well, particularly on the DOD side, you know, DOD's healthcare programs called trae care. Full disclosure. I'm actually user of TRICARE retired military officer, and there are huge contracts. DOD actually contracts out a lot of that care to Humana. And couple of other companies, they have these massive multibillion dollar multi year contracts for most of the care. They do have clinics hospitals like Megan was talking about they do in house care, mostly for the active duty personnel. But a lot of the retirees and families they do that contract it out whereas VA does most of its care in its actual facilities. So Megan why do this? I think they're looking at it. As a cost saving measure, potentially. I've heard from some veterans advocates that is more efficient, or if it takes some of the burden off of the VA system, which has historically had some issues with access and wait times and stuff like that. If it's able to improve their healthcare services, why not? Rob what kind of problems structural et cetera. Do you see with this combination? Well, there's a few problems. First of all is making mentioned, there's there's this theory that maybe there's over capacity and one of the systems, and you could move patients between the two facilities. However, recent reporting on both of these systems doesn't indicate there's a whole lot of excess capacity. Then the other factor is sort of merging say like the IT systems, the billing systems, the appointment systems DOD an and the VA have been really struggling since one thousand nine hundred eight to merge, their electronic healthcare records, and they still billions of dollars in years away from doing that successfully. And some people think this is going to be trying to merge, these kinds of systems would be a really tough challenge era. How big are these contracts will kind of money are we talking about here, roughly, the DOD contracts that are every year? Or in the neighborhood of about four or five billion dollars a year for the and there's there's there's really two big ones that they do for the continental United States. And then they do something overseas. So, you know, pretty pretty huge contracts on the decide VA also recently is released. They're doing some contracts for outside care, and they think the total value of those expenditures could we've looked at that. And it could go up in even to twenty twenty billion dollars a year. Megan tell us about the time line here, what's happening next. And what's ahead? So it looks like they're gonna try to to an industry day in June or July try to get some more feedback from some of those stakeholders, and that seems like it's going to be the next immediate immediate step. After that. I wouldn't be surprised if some lawmakers started to provide some peop- for them unsolicited or not trying to let them know their thoughts on it. There's been a lot of concerns about the wellbeing of the. The internal VA healthcare system whether or not they're outsourcing too much of that community care. How are they doing with bacon sees things like that? So I think it's going to be something that advocates and lawmakers are going to have a lot of feedback for. Rob. What do you think the chances of this happening are, and I say that the skeptical because you know, stakeholders they do not like to to share. They didn't let not like to give up what they got. Yeah. I think as as Megan mentioned, congress has not really waiting into heavily this. This proposal did sort of come up back in two thousand seventeen and there was a very negative reaction from the hill that kind of subsided, I expect that there's going to be a lot of pushback from both the veterans advocacy groups, there's advocacy groups for military, personnel and military diary separate from the veterans groups. And then and then Capitol Hill, I think this is a long way. And and I would still say they're kind of long odds on this happening because of that potential pushback, but it remains to be seen. Rob is their internal opposition within the departments. You know, I don't know that there is internal opposition. As Megan said, I think some people think that it was certainly something worth exploring to see if they can save money. I haven't heard anything as yet of sort of internal opposition from either inside the VA or or inside DOD negative. We got about thirty seconds left. Just follow up on what rob said there to do with his analysis. I assume you do you guys worked on the story together. Yeah. I would say it remains to be seen. If those any pushback within the department, you know, there was a lot of infighting last year with then secretary David Schulkin over community, caring changes to the veterans health program. So there's nothing that is clear at this time about how people inside the department are feeling and it remains to be seen Robertson and Megan Howard, a tink coverage on this important issue and story. Thank you so much well coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power and law. Details on the Democrats new green deal. But first, let's go back to Pat Carroll for.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Flash politics, policy, power and law continues. All right, Greg. Thank you. We are. Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio yesterday, the president nominated David Malpass, a critic of the World Bank to run the World Bank for more on all of this. We're joined now by Andrew my ADA, a he is a Bloomberg news global economy reporter, he joins us from our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington DC and Andrew Bloomberg talked to David mouth pass this morning. What did he say about his plans? Yeah. It was interesting. He sounding more like he's going to be a renovator at the World Bank rather than a wrecking ball as some of his earlier comments suggested he said, he's a big believer in the World Bank's mission of reducing poverty around the world. He did say that under him the World Bank would cut lending to China. But he pointed out that this was already underway because reforms it agreed to. And he said that he and he said that he would like the Bank to sort of refocus on its core mission of lifting living standards around the world. So he did not sound like somebody who will be going in there kind of swinging sledgehammer around now slash and burn kinda guy. Okay. Well, let's just be clear to we said that the president nominated Malpass to run the World Bank. But this is not a Senate confirmed thing this is a he nominates him to the board of the World Bank. And then the board has to approve Malpass. Yeah. It's sort of a Byzantine process. But basically the way the works is the World Bank's executive board which represents the one hundred and eighty nine member countries run a search, and you know, any country gets nominate whoever they want the whittle it down to a shortlist and they're aiming to have a president in place by the spring meetings here wash. Just remind us how big is the World Bank. Now, how big is portfolio? It's pretty big. I mean, I think it employs around fifteen thousand people I might be off by by few hundred buddy committed nearly sixty four billion in loans last year. So it's certainly the biggest and most influential of the multilateral development banks, and again, they're giving loans to emerging markets and developing countries around the world are any countries. Criticizing malpass. You know, it's interesting. Nobody has come out. Nobody official government official has come out and said, look, we don't like this guy. You know, we don't think that he's supportive enough of international cooperation, some experts have said that, you know, the things he said in the past such as questioning globalism such as making some pretty blunt attacks on China should disqualify him. But we're not seeing any sort of concerted opposition to him. And you know, I think if if you're in a European capital right now, I mean who really has the time or the energy to have a fight with the with the Trump administration over this. The other factor is the IMF is traditionally headed by a European and the World Bank is traditionally headed by an American and if Europe somehow opposes Malpass, I think that they may be worth there. They would be giving up. There will be breaking that gentleman's agreement and the. Process. How long is the term of the World Bank president typically is five years, and there was some controversy because the previous Bank president split early. Yeah. That's right. So Jim Kim was nominated by President Obama in two thousand twelve as public health expert as former head of Dharma Dartmouth College. He came in. He shook things up actually quite a bit. He tried to kind of whittled down the size of the World Bank. And then he got reappointed I believe it was in two thousand sixteen or twenty seventeen for five years. So a lot of that actually created a lot of relief because I think a lot of people. Who are worried that the World Bank would have to be in this position of having somebody appointed by the Trump administration. They didn't have to worry about that. Because Kim was going to be there for five years. And then last month he abruptly said he would resign and join a firm in the private sector. Okay. So he put in a decent amount of time. He didn't you? One of the quick question on the funding for the World Bank. And and I believe the IMF it does take a congressional authorization to for the for the US contribution. And I forget how much that is the correct me if I'm wrong, but what I'm getting to is there are there any members of congress. Or the president who who are talking about cutting US funding to the World Bank or at the IMF. What you're absolutely right. I mean, congress has to approve US funding for both institutions the shareholders of the World Bank last year agreed to a thirteen billion dollar capital increase and a lot of times people kind of assume that the Bank already has that money that is not the case. And let me tell you. There are people inside the World Bank. Sweating right now about how to get that through congress. When to bring it forward to congress. I think that there still needs to be some work done internally there to figure out how they're going to sell that. But the president has an opposed that publicly yet he has not opposed that it's really interesting. I mean, he's attacked NATO. He's attacked the WTO. He has not directly attacked the World Bank, Ivanka Trump quite favorable to the World Bank. There's a fun there for women entrepreneurs that she actually champion. So it's interesting Donald Trump has not attacked the World Bank directly. You'll be watching it for us. Thank you, Andrew. My Bloomberg news global economy reporter, let's get back to Pat Carroll now for a check on the latest world and national headlines, Pat. Thanks, peter. The top democrat working on a border security deal to avoid another government shutdown says progress is being made but negotiations may go into the weekend. House appropriations chair Nita Lowey says lawmakers on a house Senate panel are acting in good faith, but may not be able to finish work by Friday. The Senate Judiciary committee is voting this hour William bars nomination for attorney general democratic whip. Dick Durbin says he's opposed because bar has not pledged to reveal the results of the Muller probe into Russia's interference in two thousand sixteen election. I believe the more inquiry. The investigation should be made available to the public and transparent. We should know at the end of the day. Whether they're finding some evidence that exonerates the president art reach a different conclusion. President Trump's choice to lead the world. Thank says the development lender should follow through on a commitment to lend less to China. David Malpass spoke to Bloomberg about his nomination. China is a is the world's second largest economy has ample resources in private sector markets. And so one of the things the world can help do is help China. Find a way that is not dependent on on multilateral organizations. One of our goals is to leave more resources for poorer countries that actually need the capital and can't get it. Elsewhere now pass has portrayed the World Bank has too big and inefficient democratic politicians are now waiting on the Virginia legislative black caucus to respond to the latest developments threatening to bring down the state's top three elected officials. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by.

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"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pat carroll" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Back to let's go to Pat Carroll for the latest world and national headlines. Thanks, peter. Representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez today released a sweeping package of environmental measures, the green new deal envisions shifting away from fossil fuels and other sources of global warming causing emissions within ten years attorney general nominee William bar is up for a Senate committee vote this hour judiciary chair Lindsey Graham says it's time for a change at the top of the Justice department. I think we need a new attorney general or appreciate what mister Wicker's done. But I think the time has come for new leadership at the department. President Trump attended the annual national prayer breakfast today and thanked faith. Leaders for their help with combating human trafficking. We are fighting every day to stop the tragedy of human trafficking all along our southern border, New Mexico. Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham says she rejects the claim that there's a national security crisis. And is pulling most of her state's national guards troops from the border. Grisham has directed. New Mexico troops to help border counties that have asked for assistance with migrants and asylum-seekers. I am not going to participate, nor do I think it's appropriate in any fasten to use the national guard to attempt to militarize the border New York City police are telling a popular traffic app to stop giving drivers a heads up about drunk driving checkpoints Google's navigation app. Ways is known for providing real time user submitted reports about traffic conditions, but the NYPD has asked Google to stop allowing users to post information about drunk driving checkpoints saying, it's irresponsible. And it puts everyone on the road at risk. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty.

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Turkish lira rallies as new US tariffs loom

Evan Roberts

00:44 sec | 4 years ago

Turkish lira rallies as new US tariffs loom

"The Turkish lira is stronger today but the standoff between the US and Turkey still shows no sign. Of slowing Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El din reports from John bull, we heard from the spokesperson for, the White, House instead that they believe Turkey would do the right thing response we got early Wednesday was very clear from the Turkish government new tariffs imposed on American goods Additional hundred and twenty percent on cars fifteen percent on. Rice another. One, hundred and forty percent on, spirits of course. This all around the controversy of the American pastor was being, held here in Turkey Andrew Brunson the Turkish government also struck, down an appeal from the lawyer of Mr. Brunson and now, this, case goes to the appeals court has three days to, make a decision, on,

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FOX, Fox News and Disney discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

01:15 min | 4 years ago

FOX, Fox News and Disney discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"When it expires next month he says that information's been used. To go after law-abiding citizens global news twenty four hours. A day on air and tick tock on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in twenty, countries thanks Nathan now with our other, top stories Joel Schneider this update is brought to you by Ray Katina Jaguar see the newest SUV from, Jaguar test. Drive the all new two thousand eighteen e pace with special offers Ray Cotin Jaguar of Edison it's victory on the economy for President Trump GDP accelerated. To a four point one percent annual growth rate in the second quarter that's the fastest since. Twenty, fourteen the expansion is expected to cool still the president. Called it an economic turnaround of historic proportions. And he says today's numbers are sustainable twenty-first-century FOX and Walt Disney. Shareholders approved the. Sale of FOX's entertainment assets we get details from Bloomberg's Pat Carroll the company's, investors gave their blessings to the seventy one. Billion dollar transaction separate votes at the New York Hilton Midtown in Manhattan when, the deal was announced in December Disney said it would take, twelve to, eighteen months to close a timetable the company is sticking with upon completion a new FOX will emerge focused on broadcast TV sports and the. Fox News. Channel, Disney CEO Bob Igor now,.

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American Airlines cuts 2018 profit outlook on higher fuel costs

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:14 min | 4 years ago

American Airlines cuts 2018 profit outlook on higher fuel costs

"Baskin Robbins as well as the Donut chain posted quarterly profits that topped Wall. Street forecast does Dunkin donuts comparable store sales rose one point four percent even as Baskin Robbins saw decline of four tenths during the quarter it. Added sixty four new. Dunkin donuts locations in the US higher fuel costs weighed on American. Airlines in the second quarter but the carrier still. Beat Wall Street. Forecasts Bloomberg's John Tucker has the story American Airlines says second quarter profit plunged thirty four and a half, percent, at reducing, the forecast for year earnings the world's biggest airline expects to spend about two billion dollars more on fuel than it did last year CEO Doug Parker call the second. Quarter perhaps Americans Most, challenging since it's. December twenty thirteen merger with US Airways besides higher fuel Americans. Revenue is not growing as fast as its major competitors still earnings came, in four cents a share higher than the average analysts estimate, John, Tucker Bloomberg radio it has. Been a struggle lately but under armor maybe turning things. Around especially in North America in the latest quarter the Baltimore-based athletic, apparel maker, reported revenue. That beat, estimates as, North American sales grew for the first time in a year North. America accounts for about three quarters of Under Armour's overall sales but the company also saw twenty eight percent growth in its, international business Royal Dutch Shell will start at. Twenty, five billion dollars share buyback. Plan the announcement, came after the, Dutch energy company posted second quarter earnings that were a full billion dollars less. Than analysts estimates shell also reported that operating expenses rose and the trading results were lower we talked to shell CEO I think four point seven. Billion dollars I consider that a very solid results if. You decompose with a little bit look at integrated gas up with effect to compared to the same quarter last year are upstream business up. With affect a four capacity the same quarter last year Dunphy business more than thirty percent. Down that, is very much linked to a, very difficult refining, environment very difficult trading, environment ashville coming up a look at Mike, Pompeo's appearance before congress, I'm Pat Carroll this is Bloomberg listen as.

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San Diego, Nato and President discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:37 min | 4 years ago

San Diego, Nato and President discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

"Firm told investors the japanese conglomerate is trading at a steep discount to its net asset value tiger global which oversees about twenty two billion dollars was founded by chase coleman in two thousand one coleman formerly worked at jillian robertson's hedge fund tiger management j p morgan ceo is warning of catastrophic events bloomberg's gina cervetti has more newspaper reports that jamie dimon has warned italy's populist government against pulling out of the euro zone diamond said italy's exit would endanger the structure instability of the european monetary union is comments come as italy's coalition government made up of the lega nord in five star movement has repeatedly mentioned leaving italy is one of the three most crucial members in the project alongside france and germany separately diamond also commented on brexit saying its impact on growth could turn out to be tough for britain's and the world gina cervetti bloomberg radio us inflation at the wholesale level speed it up last month in the twelve months ending in june the producer price index rose three point four percent that's the most since two thousand eleven the higher cost of services was a big factor tomorrow the government comes out with consumer inflation numbers one gulf stayed beefs up its defense spending after being alienated bloomberg's ed corry has details got to be looking for a four billion dollar loan to buy fighter jets bloomberg is learned the government is working on a deal that will be backed by export credit agencies the country is boosting defense spending after being shunned by neighbors saudi arabia bahrain egypt and the united arab emirates the four severed diplomatic and economic ties in june of two thousand seventeen accusing the country of links to iran in funding terrorism last december ordered twenty four typhoon jets in a deal worth six and a half billion dollars the country also has orders pending for some seventy two aircraft from other manufacturers including boeing has denied allegations by the saudi led boycott ed corry bloomberg radio say goodbye to the ford fusion as you know it bloomberg has learned that ford is killing the slow selling sedan instead it will put the fusion name on a sport wagon it's developing to take on subaru's popular outback the fusion sedan will probably exit early next decade only the mustang pony car will remain in force us lineup coming up the latest out of brussels and president trump's nato meetings i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg time is running out only three northern white rhinos left in the world together we can turn things around you all support to the san diego zoo global wildlife conservancy helps support groundbreaking solutions like out frozen zoo which stores the.

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Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

04:03 min | 4 years ago

Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft

"Us yeah based on building while list of retaliatory tariffs is after the us up twenty five percent deal and ten percents meeting aluminum candidates that about a month ago listen you know respond dollar per dollar us steel aluminum but also consumer good washing machines the motorboats they sort of put out there for consultation stayed we got the final lists no real surprises that is going to gain on july first days from now which is also today national holiday birthday for the country so countershock you're fat obviously or we're going to be following this a whole lot more as the show progresses bloomberg news ca canada economy and politics reporter josh wingrove be joining us later on in the program as we continue here to digest these newly announced retaliatory tariffs from canada thanks for coming on in the meantime in straight ahead here on bloomberg politics policy power law democrats take aim at dark money as the party looks for a midterm campaign pitch i we get the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump will soon be making remarks about the six month anniversary of his tax cuts and jobs act he's expected to applaud the measure for bringing bigger paychecks most americans authorities in annapolis maryland say the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newsroom wanted to kill as many people as he could police chief timothy altamaari just briefed reporters on the latest information in the case it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago and a bail hearing today the suspect jared rome ramos was ordered to remain in jail he appeared via video feed it took a marathon meeting that lasted into the wee hours of the morning but the european union has agreed to measures to stem the flow of migrants bloomberg's maria today oh is in brussels and spoke earlier on bloomberg television european leaders have agreed to create migrant control centers they don't want to camps but essentially put it as officials are gonna decide hookah qualify for his signing and those who did not her to be sent back to their countries and then a crucial point and the deal if a country that's a reference to actually feels of overwhelmed by the flow of migrants the other european nations are going to have to step in and distribute the migrant quota german chancellor angela merkel had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home well immigration will be the focus of more than six hundred rally scheduled across the us tomorrow organizers say their protests press protesting the separation of families global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll overstock shares surged eighteen percent earlier today the most since december last year the internet retailer says it's crypto currency unit t zero signed a letter of intent with hong kong based p e firm gs sr to buy one hundred sixty million dollars worth of tokens the company's ceo says it is also considering expanding warehouse and fulfillment centers across the us novartis is new ceo is making another big deal we get details from bloomberg's ed corry less than half way through his first year on the job vase narrow is planning a third major transaction to narrow the company's focus on developing cutting edge medicines swiss drugmaker said today it will spin off its alcon eye care unit while using proceeds from the thirteen million dollars sale of its stake to consumer health joint venture with glaxosmithkline to repurchase up to five billion dollars in shares neurotic says he's also looking outside the company to broaden its gene therapy program concentrating on cancer neuroscience and ophthalmology ed corry bloomberg radio.

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Comcast offers $65 billion to lure Fox from Disney bid

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Comcast offers $65 billion to lure Fox from Disney bid

"Mediterranean excursion the company's world cruise twenty twenty is one hundred forty day trip around the world a stay in the owner's suite cost two hundred forty thousand dollars a person disney is under the gun to respond to comcast sixty five billion dollar bid we get details from bloomberg's john tucker the ball is in disney's court after comcast's offer for twenty first century fox's entertainment assets the same holdings that disney had agreed to buy for about fifty two point four billion dollars at stake is a trove of media properties ranging from the simpsons to x men that are key to disney fending off the threat from net flicks and other streaming upstarts the question is whether disney can convince fox investors that it's still the most compelling partner comcast is offering thirty five dollars a share for the fox assets saying the bid represents a nineteen percent premium over the disney offer at its cash rather than the stock that disney is proposing john tucker bloomberg radio the trump administration's tariffs on aluminum imports could mean a forty million dollar hit to the bottom line for the largest american owned beer company bloomberg's patrice the kora has details that leaves miller coors with several options it may have to cut back on investments new hires and other costs or raise prices ceo gavin hattersley tells bloomberg quote i can't just go to the shareholders and say you're just going to have to accept my profits going to be forty million dollars less one of his least favourite options would be raising beer prices he says market share would be quote hammered by just a fifty cent increase on a twelve pack the tough decisions are also facing other domestic buyers of the light white metal used to make everything from cans to cars patrice sikora bloomberg radio new york state has filed suit against president trump over his charity the suit accuses the president and his three eldest children of misusing the nonprofit for improper political activity and selfdealing president trump says his foundation gave out more to charity than it took in and that he won't settle the case coming up oil companies are asking to throw out new york's climate change lawsuit i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg business leaders are increasingly demanding the.

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New York Times, Hostile Work Environment and Twitter discussed on

02:13 min | 4 years ago

New York Times, Hostile Work Environment and Twitter discussed on

"More all about this with bloomberg's nancy lyons in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington thanks amy president trump as you've been mentioning is hosting french president emmanuel macron at the white house today during a brief discussion with reporters a short while ago trump spoke about the possibility of reaching some sort of trade deal with china the treasury secretary steve mnuchin will be going to china in a few days to negotiate on trade i think china's very serious we're very serious we have no choice but to be very serious asks for trade with france trump said we do have a good relationship on that front at a hearing this morning in canada a judge order twenty five year old alec manasian detained on ten counts of first degree murder thirteen of attempted murder he is the man suspected of plowing van into pedestrians in north toronto yesterday he did not enter a plea to the charges but will return to court on may tenth closing arguments are being heard today in the sexual assault retrial of comedian bill cosby his wife camille is in the courtroom today cosby charged with drugging and molesting a woman back in two thousand and four he says the sex was consensual white house officials are cautioning republican lawmakers from defending epa chief scott pruitt white house press secretary sarah sanders says president trump has no concerns about pruitt's job performance but they are looking at quote other issues well the confirmation hearing for ronnie jackson to be the next va it's been postponed due to increasing concerns about his management abilities the new york times quoting congressional officials who say he oversaw a hostile work environment as the white house physician and allowed the over prescribing of drugs global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll coca cola's focused on healthier drinks is paying off first quarter sales and profit beat estimates both were helped by revamped versions of coke's diet brands and a growing portfolio of products that go beyond soda the world's largest coffee shop chain wants to drive sales with more drivers bloomberg's john tucker has more starbucks is.

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Gina Cervetti, Carl Icahn and Newell discussed on

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Gina Cervetti, Carl Icahn and Newell discussed on

"Gina cervetti bloomberg radio newell brands has reached an agreement to end a proxy fight with activist investor starboard value the maker of crock pots will add three directors one of them from a slate put forth by starboard meanwhile investor carl icahn will support the deal he won board representation at newell last month coming up a look at the republican congressional agenda leading up to midterm elections i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg asset ever wonder why weddings to so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that in economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that and much more.

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Chancellor, Twitter and Nancy Lyons discussed on

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Chancellor, Twitter and Nancy Lyons discussed on

"Nancy hey june on trade continues to be a priority for president trump it was front and center with his meetings this week with japanese prime minister obey it will certainly be discussed next week when the president of france and the chancellor of germany come to the white house bloomberg's irv chatman has more from washington the president has taken a series of measures to penalize china jeffrey rescue a former state department official now at the center for strategic and international studies points out that european leaders are prepared to collaborate enterprises have the same intellectual property concerns the same technology transfer concerns that the united states has had and as china's outward investment is now exceeding the inward investment the question of investment screening rises importance european visitors will also press president trump to make their exemption for stealing aluminum tariffs permanent less their parliament's demand retaliation in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says president trump has invited russian president vladimir putin to the us he also said that trump plans to meet again with putin in russia during an interview with the russian news agency released today laverov says the invitation was made during recent telephone conversations russia is one of the targets of a new lawsuit filed today by the democratic national committee the dnc alleges russia conspired with the trump campaign and wikileaks to damage hillary clinton's presidential campaign the lawsuit is seeking millions in damages and could force testimony from trump campaign staffers global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now whether other top stories i'm pat carroll the ceo of barclays will keep his job after an investigation by british regulators the probe focused on just dailies attempts to unmask a whistle blower regulators say staley should have to pay a fine but aren't saying he lacks the fitness needed to stay in his role barklay says it's board will recommend staley's re election next month shareholders meeting wells fargo was being fined a combined one billion dollars by two federal regulators for abuses tied to its mortgage auto lending.

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Trump Tightens Screws on Putin But Says He Wants to Get Along

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Trump Tightens Screws on Putin But Says He Wants to Get Along

"On the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons nancy thanks peter president trump did not just propose a summit meeting to putin when he called the russian leader last month he invited him to the white house this is according to a kremlin official the prospect of putin visiting washington is likely to sharpen divisions over relations with russia's especially in light of that alleged kremlin meddling in the us presidential elections russia though denies madeline china is looking to talk trade with us before their damaged relationship is beyond repair china has raised import duties on a three billion dollar list of us pork apples and other products in response to the us tariff hike on steel on aluminum the senior vice president of the us china business council aaron ns talked with bloomberg about the latest move by china the estimate of what the cost of tariffs are on chinese steel and aluminum that the administration is pursuing separately is equal to roughly three billion dollars thus the tariffs that china's putting on us products makes it an equal and opposite reaction beyond the action on the trump administration is preparing to propose a list of other chinese products to be targeted with tariffs jury selection under way today and bill cosby sexual assault retrial his last trial ended in a hung jury but the cultural landscape is changed with the metoo movement gaining traction the eighty year old comedian is charged with drugging and molesting woman at his suburban philadelphia home in two thousand and four and winnie mandela prominent antiapartheid activist and the ex wife of nelson mandela has died at the age of eightyone global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thank fancy now with our other top stories i'm joe schneider over the weekend tesla rushed to manufacture and deliver its model three sedan the electric car maker wants to bolster the numbers it's about to report to rattled investors still tesla probably came up short and shares were falling today they fell twenty two percent in march that was the worst month for tesla in more than seven years there's been a credit card breach at a department store giant bloomberg's pat carroll has the story a data security breach at canada's hudson's bay could have exposed more than five million credit and debit card accounts used at saks fifth avenue saks fifth and lord and taylor stores security firm gemini advisory reports.

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GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

01:20 min | 4 years ago

GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

"Day pat carroll bloombergradio glaxosmithkline has dropped out of the bidding for pfizer's consumer healthcare business bloomberg's patrice sikora and update visors advil and centrum are not as desirable as a us truck giant expected the company was left without a potential buyer for its consumer health unit today after uk drugmaker glaxosmithkline withdrew from bidding record ben keyser dropped out earlier this week the development has left pfizer with dwindling options to dispose of a business valued at as much as twenty billion dollars in an emailed statement visor says it's evaluating potential strategic physical turnips for the business which include a spin off a sale or other transaction or retaining the business patrice sikora bloombergradio goldman sachs a monday and blackrock have been chosen to manage about sixteen billion dollars in back taxes that apple will pay to ireland bringing recovery of the cash a step closer ireland's finance ministry said today over the coming weeks the national treasury management agency will be working with the preferred bidders to finalise contracts new home sales in the us fell for a third straight month singlefamily home sales decreased six tenths of a percent to an annual rate of six hundred eighteen thousand meanwhile inventory rose to the highest since two thousand nine that a sign that rising prices are deterring buyers coming up our proposal by the fcc commissioner to help.

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Thiam's earnings dip as Credit Suisse overhauls executive pay

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Thiam's earnings dip as Credit Suisse overhauls executive pay

"The ceo at credits we saw his paycheck shrink last year in the third year of a major restructuring the bank says t john received ten point two million dollars for twenty seventeen that's five percent less from a year before credit suisse says chums pay would return to levels in line with the bank's expected improvement may thanh diong ping a chinese food reviews and delivery giant backed by tencent is considering going public in hong kong initial public offering that's according to people familiar with the matter us companies are finding that the flow from the foreign money spigot is slowing we get the details from bloomberg's jeff bellinger foreigners showed signs of being net sellers of us investment grade corporate debt this week according to bank of america data and he's selling pressure comes after international investors bought just thirty eight billion dollars us investment grade corporate death in the fourth quarter according to you es the least since the beginning of two thousand sixteen when the corporate bond market was in freefall ubs as overseas money managers are a key pillar for the market having bought more than one point four trillion dollars of the security since two thousand thirteen jeff bellinger bloomberg radio activist investor paul singer has one around in his battle for influence at telecom italia with the chairman and six directors quitting the board the move gives vivendi's some time in its attempts to fend off singers elliott management in a contest that's likely to come to a head at a telecom italia shareholder meeting in may coming up oregon congressman greg walden on the cambridge analytical scandal i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg adopt us kids one eighty over one eleven and i had a stroke i couldn't speak i walk this is high blood pressure get back on your plan to lower your hp dot org brought to you by the american stroke association american medical association.

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GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

01:39 min | 4 years ago

GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

"Hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll it's a deal that would further up end the supermarket industry there's a report that target and kroger are discussing a possible merger according to fast company the talks began last summer about a partnership now the report says the companies are trying to decide if a merger is the best option but other media reports say there's no truth to the fast company story glaxosmithkline has dropped out of the bidding for pfizer's consumer healthcare business bloomberg's patrice sikora has an update pfizer's advil centrum are not as desire arable as a us drug giant expected the company was left without a potential buyer for its consumer health unit today after uk drugmaker glaxosmithkline withdrew from bidding record ben keyser dropped out earlier this week the development has left pfizer with dwindling options to dispose of a business valued at as much as twenty billion dollars in an emailed statement pfizer says it's evaluating potential strategical turnips for the business which include a spin off a sale or other transaction or retaining the business patrice sukur bloombergradio night head capital management the three billion dollar distressed debt hedge fund firm is said to be planning on raising its first drawdown fund we get details from bloomberg's steve potisk according to people with knowledge of the matter the new york based company which was founded a decade ago by eric cohen and tom wagner will begin fundraising and the second quarter of this year and aims to raise as much as seven hundred fifty million dollars the night head distressed opportunities fund will focus on global stressed and distressed credits head has told investors that it expects a variety of destroy rest situations to crop up within the next three years with trades that will be less.

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Florida governor signs gun-safety bill into law after school shooting

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Florida governor signs gun-safety bill into law after school shooting

"Administration hasn't really come up with a great plan on that so it's a huge gamble i daskalos the white house editor for bloomberg news watching all of the activity on the korean peninsula force coming up on bloomberg politics policy power in law we're going to have more on goldman sachs e l blanc finds decision to step down in that time line first let's get the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons in washington thanks amy while everyone is talking about it vice president mike pence says north korea's desire to meet to discuss denuclearization is evidence president trump's strategy to isolate the camera zhang is working and in a statement he says the north koreans are coming to the table even though the us is made no concessions senator marco rubio appeared on cbs this morning he says he believes kim john on is willing to meet with trump for one of two reasons number one kendra mona supremely confident that he now has leverage over the united states because he believes we believe but he can strike us or be he's under some level of pressure threatened says regime and he feels like he needs to show the elites in this country that he is any strong position and that he is willing to do things in good people hope that things are going to get better on another issue senator rubio says he believes today florida governor rick scott will sign a four hundred milliondollar school safety bill that includes new gun controls and a provision to allow some teachers in florida to be armed scott is against arming teachers he will be meeting today with families of the seventeen people were killed in the park land florida school shooting the governor has fifteen days to sign the measure veto it or let it become law without his signature a former trump campaign aide is testifying before a grand jury today in washington sam nunn berg had insisted in a series of series of define interviews monday that he intended to defy a subpoena issued by special counsel robert muller's office by the end of the day he said he would likely cooperate global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i mean line thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll this news update is brought to you by national realty developers of prime new york hoboken philadelphia and delray beach real estate up to.

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