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"payless" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's on your radar. More big Pharma companies say they are coming up with Corona virus treatments. In fact, two big drugmakers say they've got a Corona virus antibody cocktail. They're coming out with U S company Regeneron says it's developing the treatment with Swiss company Roche Regeneron will sell it in the U. S. Roche will sell it elsewhere. The anybody cocktail could provide a treatment option for people already experiencing symptoms of covert 19 company say it also has the potential to prevent infection and people exposed to the virus. Mortgage applications fell last week, driven down by a rising interest rates and a drop in refi applications. The national average interest rate for a 30 year fixed rate mortgage jumped by seven basis points. However, it's still just at 3.13%. Sometimes there's life after the other shoe drops. Remember Payless ShoeSource? They're back without the ShoeSource, part of the name Payless plans open between 305 100 stores across North America over the next five years. The first will be in Miami, by the way that expression about when the other shoe drops comes from apartment living. When you would hear your upstairs neighbor, take off a shoe and drop it. The expression about the other shoe dropping means, you know, something inevitable is coming under Armour is releasing its first sport hit job for Muslim athletes. It features sweat wicking capabilities, Breathability fast drying time built in headphone access and a reflective logo the sport had job sells for $35. That's comparable to the price of aversion. Nike unveiled in 2017. Free bus ride to get kicked to the curb in the Big Apple. The empty says it's lost $31 million and.
Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award
"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length
Arkansas, Ben And District Manager discussed on Fred and Angi
"Hey thanks to a feel good story moms that's creeping up payless shoe stores might be getting ready to close for good but in Arkansas one family was using the bankruptcy as a way to pay it forward woman in Kerry journey again says that she took her kids to the mall back in may to buy them some shoes what our oldest daughter is a pair of dentures sneakers she told her mom about a boy in the class who love the Avengers and had the shoes that Ben had shoes that were too small for him so she asked her mom if you could buy them for her classmate as I was checking out I just said how much for the rest of the shoes in the store like all of them choose almost joking but I could see the clerk her face the we'll start to turn she finished checking me out she said can I have your number later that day she got a call from the district manager telling her that she could buy out the rest of the store it was already liquidation due to the bankruptcy so she ended up buying fifty a hundred pairs of shoes while and the family plans a throw back to school party to every child who comes you have a new pair of shoes for this school year I don't know how much that cost it doesn't say
"payless" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"And I sincerely appreciate it. All right. Guys, we're gonna jump into this quick episode on Shakespeare eleven questions that I'm going to read for you. And then you will go over the answers directly after that sound effect. So sit tight and see how many of these Bill Shakespeare questions, you can get right? Here we go. It's time for some Shakespeare trivia, and I know I could've started this by saying to be or not to be, but come on. It's a little hackneyed at this point, isn't it speaking Hackney's man, that was a fun restaurant. I used to show that the south side of Chicago and it just closed a couple months ago, I think in March, so quick late our IP to Hackney's in PayLess hills, Illinois. Here we go. With some Shakespeare trivia question one popular actress name in modern times did Shakespeare Mary when he was only eighteen question one popular actresses name in modern times. Who did Shakespeare Mary when he was only eighteen?.
Woman CEO to Succeed Best Buys Turnaround Star
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday, April twenty third, you know, these days, we're no strangers to reporting on the bankruptcies and closures of big old retail chains. Bad news about legacy companies like Sears, k mart PayLess and Circuit City can make it seem like it's impossible for brick and mortar stores to survive much less thrive. Well, in that context today story is pretty surprising. Electronics retailer best buy is doing better than ever. Thanks in part to CEO. Uber's Ulee best buy finance chief Corey berry will become CEO. A rare appointment for a woman in the fortune five hundred ranks at forty four years old berry will also be one of the youngest big company. Ceos Joe Lee will continue working at best buy his executive chairman and advisory role. When Julie took the reins in twenty twelve best buy was suffering looked as if it could be on its deathbed in. Two thousand thirteen it stock was in the dumps selling for about twenty dollars today after five years of steady growth best buy shares or at a record high over seventy dollars some analysts call the company's trajectory one of the greatest turnaround stories in recent business history. So the question is how exactly did show compete with Amazon and turn best buy around when Circuit City could not in twenty twelve best buy was suffering from so-called showrooming syndrome. That is you'd go there to try out a computer or a pair of headphones than to save money you'd buy on Amazon. So Joe Lee change the game. He matched prices to Amazon and improved service ahead of many retailers. He also allowed customers to order online and pick up at best buys thousand stores if best buy could do it why not Circuit City, which closed in two thousand nine that seems to be the rationale for circuit. City leaders who resurrected the business last year, primarily online radio shack to is attempting some operations but best buy strategy, which looks so common sense is hard to mimic, Circuit City and radio. Shacks still seem like has been with most consumers unaware they're actually open last year the motley fool compared the ailing electric spenders to best buy and didn't spare the snark they may be back from the dead the fool wrote. But that doesn't mean they scare anyone especially best buying. From wondering this business words daily, like our daily analysis share our show with a friend or colleague, why don't you cheer appreciated? I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. This of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa zero. IPO gets into the blood, sweat and tears of business growth. What it took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today, and what they learned in the process. The first episode is a candid conversation with venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen. He's incredibly articulate and to the point with his advice to entrepreneurs right now. I'm about halfway through episode two which is all about what to do when you get your big idea. I can't get enough of zeroed IPO find it wherever you get your podcast.
Payless, US And Canada discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Payless filed chapter eleven bankruptcy last month and is expected to begin closing. It's twenty five hundred stores across the US and Canada at the end of March all PayLess stores are set to close in
"payless" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is in mourning after some twenty u n workers died in Sunday's Ethiopian airline crash. I'm ABC's Megan Williams and Rome where the UN food organizations here in Rome are reeling at the news that staff members perished in Sunday's crash that killed a hundred and fifty seven many of the passengers were on route to the United Nations Environment to simply in Nairobi Kenya. Among the dead or those affiliated with the World Food. Program here in Rome, eight of the people killed in the crash are Italians young U N officials and humanitarian volunteers as well. As a world renowned archaeologists the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight plane crashed six minutes after leaving descibe Ethiopia on Sunday morning. Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome plane was headed to Nairobi Kenya. Meanwhile, investigators have recover the black boxes from the jet. They could yield very significant data vital to explaining why the jet fell from the sky, former F A A officials. Stephen Wallace says the evidence appears to be on the investigator side because the plane was relatively new late model airplane with. Absolutely top of the line flight, data recorders would record hundreds of parameters and voice cockpit voice recorder. So they have very good evidence. And we're also learning airlines around the world are now grounding their Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight aero airplane following yesterday's crash in Ethiopia NBC. Correspondent Tom Costello says this is a second crash of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight in less than a year and one question needs to be answered. Are there similarities between the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the crash of a lion air flight last year, the easy opium plane transmitting erotic vertical speed reading last October lion. Air flights six ten went down. In the Java sea just twelve minutes into flight, a preliminary must've Gatien found the onboard sensors may have fed bad data to the plane's computers indicating the plane was going to stall the computers that mistakenly porch the nose of the plane down to pick up speed. The pilot struggled to pull the nose up, not realizing. They were fighting a new automated anti-stalking system called 'em cast a Boeing never told pilots about but Bowie says, the lion air pilots should have known how to disengage the system and here in a US. Both southwestern American Airlines say they remain very confident in IMAX eight and won't be grounding them. Tesla is walking back its plan to close all of its stores is also going to raise its prices CBS. Jeff Gilbert has the latest from Detroit s lo which just cut prices on most of its models is now raising them in average of three percent. This is coming as Tesla's now decided not to close as many of its stores as a regionally plant. Tesla is Joe planning to move its sales process online. The price increase will not impact the thirty five thousand dollar based version of the model three by the way that base version of the model three from tesla cost thirty five thousand dollars. Everybody loves to pay less. If you happen to have a gift card from PayLess shoe store today. The last day to use them. After today. They won't be honored. Payless filed chapter eleven bankruptcy last month. It's expected to begin closing all of its twenty five hundred stores across the US and Canada at the end of this month. All PayLess stores are scheduled to close in may with online becoming the norm. In retail, some sites are now taking steps to make it much easier and more efficient to buy clothing while sitting in front of your computer, here's ABC's. Daria Albinger, one big drawback of buying clothing online. You can't try it on before you buy. It will Nelson websites are trying to make it easier to find the right fit. One of them is men's clothing website, tone, measured thousands of men, and we created something called the digital Taylor where we used an algorithm to look at how weight and a company's co founder Henry Stafford. Body is the same women's brand universal standard has a see it in your size feature and other websites or offering versions of virtual fitting room. Daria Albinger, ABC news. After a rather disappointing Christmas season retail sales were up in January figures out today from the Commerce Department show sales rose two tenths of one percent in January. That's a rather pleasant surprise for retail analysts who were expecting and predicting a tenth of a percentage point decline. Sales unexpectedly fell one point two percent in December and thousands of teachers in Texas are having a working vacation are working there. Now converging on the state house in Austin to call for lawmakers to boost funding for public schools Louis Malle farro with a Texas American federation of teachers says teachers complain go well beyond salary. He says districts need more tools in the toolbox toolbox has gotten really lean in the last few years as we've had to cut back on programs like reading intervention. Or even training for new people coming into the profession in best practices in teaching reading most Texas schools are on spring break this week..
Amazon plans to open dozens of grocery stores
"Can we start with Amazon, please? Because I I just I just. I just wonder what's going on with them. Why do they want to get into the clues to revive his news? It's more the brick and mortar business if you seen about Europe avenue in Boston. But in New York City, they have actual Abba, John retail bookstores have you seen those anywhere? Now, we don't have them here yet. I'd have them all over New York City kind of interesting and fun at coffee shops in them again in front place to hang out to and also great places for business meetings, anyway, Amazon plans to open dozens of grocery stores, according to the Wall Street Journal report that came out this morning, deciding various sources Wall Street Journal says Amazon is in talks to expand the company's grocery footprint beyond the whole foods market chain would take quiet. Yeah. Question two thousand seventeen seventy which will have separate branding from whole foods. Atlanta opened up in LA, Los Angeles, California. Of course, really at the end of two thousand nine hundred eighty Jane as well is also talking to open it up location to ten Francisco, California, Seattle, Chicago, DC and Philly. According to the Wall Street Journal report, I I love. Opening not closing because of Amazon. Well, I I'm still not sure I understand what they wanna do. But. I'm not I'm one of those customers that's not real thrilled that they took over whole foods. I find I find this subtlety major difference. Yeah. I find it it's subtle. But it's it's a big difference for me as someone who used to frequent wholefoods much more than I do today. And yet you find it interesting that that I love online sales. That majority of you know, a lot of stores are closing in this country. Just just the other day PayLess announce Bela choosing out that they're closing. That's right. Retailers and you have another story coming really to open up. You know, they're just looking to open up a brick and mortar stores fell interesting. Right. And you have another story coming up about more retailers closing. Yeah. I think it is. It's fascinating. It's fascinating. I just. Find. Have to tell you. I'm not an Amazon boycott person. I love getting my there's a particular coffee alternative called dandy lion blend tonight. I can't have caffeine or the beans. Right. And I love this product and the only place that I can really get it. That's fairly decent affordable prices Amazon, and I I'm a big fan of Amazon to it's just it's a lot of our brick and mortar stores in this country closing intolerable. It is it is. And I tried really hard at the beginning to find stores, and I still do I try really hard to go to a store before. I click on one click, but they do they still. Yeah. Yeah. I do but they make it so easy, Mark. I mean, I actually got a t shirt, it's not the right color. But I'm gonna keep it because it's real comfortable for thirteen dollars and change with free shipping. So I got a cute little t shirt for this spring and summer that you know, it's really adorable. I read a couple of reviews about it. And I purchased it thinking it was a color that we'd go with a little jacket. I have but bottom line is that. Yeah. I I like the convenience unlike. That it's my go-to. I have. Abbas grocery story. Do you guys? I know on Long Island New York, we have WalMart grocery stores that WalMart has these own supermarkets. And they've only opened up supermarkets. I only sell fruits and vegetables that kind of thing they have anything like that new. You know? Yeah. So I forgot it's called the WalMart market or whatever it is and the successful. And I'm assuming Amazon's gonna go after them and the rest of the business.
North America, Payless And Kansas discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"PayLess shoes is closing all of its twenty five hundred North American stores by the end of may after filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy for the second time in two years retail operations outside of North America are not included in the bankruptcy. The Kansas based company was founded in nineteen fifty
"payless" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"There will be no more stores across the country. Yep. Payless places where you take your kids when they're little because they grow grow shoes, very fast. And you know, you grow up wearing PayLess shoes. But yeah, they actually filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy less than two years ago. And they're filing again. Now when you do that twice in such a short period of time, it's called chapter twenty two its peak PayLess. Sold about two hundred and fifty million pairs of shoes back in the nineties, but it's really been hurt by both online and discount retailers places like as opposed Amazon, but also brick and mortar stores like DSW TJ Maxx and marshalls another problem for PayLess is its location a lot of times, it's in malls. That are anchored by stores like Sears, which is badly hurting and pennies badly hurting PayLess is stuck in the middle. And you know, they've really been struggling to find its customer base. So, you know, by the end of March all the stores are going to be completely gone in about eighteen thousand people who work, Sherry, I saw some. I saw one of those images online sang in the store is going to business and such. And I thought that was just a a local store. I didn't realize that was a a national nationwide thing that was going on. Yeah. Exactly. It looks like they're about ten PayLess shoe stores in the Orlando area. And again, a lot of them. It's it's a location issue. You know, not only are they hurt by that. But by you know, discount shoes that are online. People are going to Kohl's. When they're buying a bunch of stuff with our Kohl's cash. They're buying shoes as well. They're going to WalMart. They're going to other places and PayLess just couldn't survive. It's tried. But you know, it says it's it's just not profitable. So everything will be gone by the end of March ABC, Sherry Preston. With the latest for us this morning at seven eleven now on Orlando's morning news. This is.
Payless liquidation sale began Sunday. Here's what you need to know
"Remaining PayLess shoe source stores in the US and Puerto Rico, according to the company the Topeka Kansas based chain closed hundreds of stores since it filed for bankruptcy protection about a year ago. It says it will also wind down its e commerce operations. All stores will remain open until at least the end of March. And the majority will remain open
"payless" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You can message us right there. Well, as you alluded to mom, there was another. Yeah. Not bankruptcy. But just they have done that back PayLess had declared bankruptcy awhile back, but they are closing all of their twenty one hundred stores in the United States and Puerto Rico. What is what was I don't know that this would have caught my attention. If not for the crazy stunt that PayLess pulled me weeks right in December talks about that. And it made huge headlines because it was so this was where PayLess opened a pop up shop called policy. Yeah. And invited a bunch of the influencers and had what we're actually PayLess shoes for twenty bucks. But asked the influencers, you know, to speculate what they thought they were worth and moat many of these Instagram. They said they would pay upwards of six hundred fifty dollars for these shoes, and we're going on and the whole idea was that PayLess was going to do an ad campaign with all of these fancy fashion people saying like, oh, I love this. I love this. And then. The whole thing right? Right. I found the most interesting. This was an article that I was reading in fast company, and they attributed it too fast fashion, dine off, and I thought that was interesting that they think this is just one more sign that there's a shift in consumer behavior because according to them, and they say people are moving away from poorly made inexpensive fashion items that for decades people have gone to h and forever twenty one and all of these clothes that they could wear a few times and then get rid of them and not worry about it. But according to fast company, they say the fast fashion brands are on a decline, and that PayLess would be one of those. I mean, this has been a discussion for a while now, and I don't know that the idea of affordable fashion is going away. But I think that it's got to have a really strong brand position. I just read another article I'm trying to think where did we have this on our schedule this week to talk about why Zara is doing so much better than H and M right now. No, we've where did I read that? I don't know it up. No, I. Tonight. I read it I read it. But it was just talking about like, I mean, all the things that's our does right and making it feel like a real fashion experience, and and really on trend and even ahead of the trend in creating creating an environment and H M kind of being a little more traditional in the way, they do things and it's just not connecting anymore. What they're saying is that consumers are kind of tired of this partially because it's environmentally unsound. And that brands some of the shoe brands like they give the example of all birds in Rossi's are high-quality. They're equal friendly. They're durable in those companies are really thriving right now. So I don't know I I hadn't really thought about that that that these companies are kind of losing favorites. I mean, I just think I mean, gosh PayLess, it's never been a fun experience. It's never been fun to walk in there. I don't remember the last time I was in a paler. I mean, there might actually have been things that you would want. But it's like they weren't doing anything to entice us to go there and that whole stunt. They pulled seems like well, maybe they're going to start doing that. Maybe they're going to show us like look at how things also like we have. I mean. I don't know DSW feels like a more powerful opportunity and has brand name shell that's a whole different. It's a whole. But I think people like that model better. I think the lake I know am I wrong. Tell me correct me. But I think people would rather think they're getting a good deal on brand name merchandise. They sort of know the value as opposed to something else. Hey, here's another thing. I mean target continues to do all of the fashion categories better. Target has some really cute shoes. And I I mean, there are some so many times where I in my office. See people wearing adorable little booties or something. And I ask them where they got it. And it's target. Yeah. So I think that you know, that's a factor too. I don't know. But anyway, yeah. Wasn't that whole advertising stunt that whole thing? Well, maybe. Didn't get the message from the other. So please remind yourselves in all tweeted out on on Monday. But our in our March issue, our branding columnists in this is in twincities business Aaron Keller his March column, which we're gonna push live early. Because of this news this week. Is about the stunt about the policy style. Really? He his take on it as a branding expert. Was it was dumb. I was so surprised because I'm like, oh my gosh. And we were talking about how funny and how ingenious and and it was kind of fun to see the influencers squirm and his take was why was it? What they're this wasn't doing anything to drive people to pay PayLess. It wasn't making it seem more appealing except. I thought the idea was that in a way did 'cause people are seeing that these are really cool shoes. And they look good. And yet, they really are inexpensive. Yes. I'm gonna heat. Exactly. And I'm not saying, this is one opinion of his opinion was that it kind of missed the Mark. And that he actually thought they did themselves in this service by focusing on this price discrepancy, which was so enormous people saying these shoes are worth six hundred and fifty dollars when they sell for twenty that it actually could have the reverse effect in may make people think like, well, how are they selling them this cheap? Who's actually making these shoes where are they coming? Well, and that that goes back to what what fast company saying exactly wanna do that. Exactly. And and we know that the trend is and especially among younger consumers, they care more and more about where things are made how they're made the whole mission of the company a company like PayLess is completely out of step with that for a short time at least didn't Christian Syria. No designed some shoes for PayLess. I'm almost sure he did. You might be right about them. Yeah. I usually that sounds right. Eight to two deaths to note this week one local and one not James Dayton, really lovely tribute to him in the Star Tribune. I mean, he did even more than I realized I mean, I didn't realize that he had worked for Frank Gehry. And some of the projects that he was involved in but locally he he died unexpectedly this week it just fifty three years old. But you know, he designed the bachelor farmer he designed restaurant, all my and Lynn hall in so many spaces in town. He even designed shoes at one point for. I think for Allen. Yes. Just a really a real talent. I he's also on the cover of the new issue of Minneapolis, Saint Paul's home in design magazine. Yeah. Yeah. So really sad news, and then nationally Lee Radziwill died yesterday on Kennedy's sister. Yeah. What do you know about Lee? Do you have? She was a lovely woman. She was very high society. She always to some extent, obviously lived in your sister shadow, but they would wear close very close. They used to go during the presidency. She went on all kinds of trips with her, and I've seen lots of pictures of that she was she was definitely a major part of New York society. Did you know that her first thing was actually Caroline? But she went by Lino was her middle. Name was eighty five years old. So anyway, a lovely tribute tribute article, and wow was she stylish personal. Yes. In women's wear daily. And we'll post that on the shopgirls page at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. We'll be back with more news in style. Right after this. Mytalk one zero seven one everything I love it. When a plan comes together entertainment. Hey,.
Puerto Rico And US discussed on Doug Stephan's Good Day
"News Radio PayLess, shoe source will close all. All twenty one hundred stores in the US and Puerto Rico after its liquidation sale begins on Sunday, the company made the announcement Friday becoming the biggest closing by a single chain this year, a spokespersons says the stores will most likely remain open
Payless And US discussed on Dark Secret Place
"Payless shoe sources shutting down all twenty one hundred rating stores in the US. The chain. Says liquidation sales will start Sunday PayLess filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection in April twenty seventeen at that time it had over forty four hundred stores are more than thirty countries has about eighteen thousand
"payless" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Wall restraint PayLess day. I'm Barbara Kusak. Some top White House aides including Jared Kushner, caution President Trump against declaring a national emergency to build a border wall. The Wall Street Journal reports Kushner said in a recent meeting that such a declaration should not be used to try to win a messaging war against Democrats opposed to a wall. Meanwhile, correspondent Dana bash says, it's a bleak picture for federal workers who will not get their paychecks tomorrow who can't pay for groceries maybe starting tomorrow, maybe now or their mortgages, and maybe the recommendations on government websites for making your hobby a career and learning to do other tasks like carpentry aren't really realistic addressing the economic club of Washington. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell was asked about the impact on the economy of a prolonged government shutdown. We haven't extended shutdown than I do think that that would show up in the data free clearly. The former personal lawyer for President Trump Michael Cohen is agreed to testify before congress next month is correspondent Linda Kenyon reports. The chairman of the house oversight committee says Cohen who pleaded guilty to several crimes including tax fraud and a campaign finance violation will appear on February seventh chairman Elijah Cummings compares Coen's appearance to that of John dean in nineteen Seventy-three dean was president Richard Nixon's White House counsel, he testified before a Senate committee about the Watergate scandal. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Explains. Records of ocean warming between nineteen seventy-one in twenty ten underestimated how they're heating up by an average of forty percent. The new study in the journal science says that as the oceans grow warmer, they're also expanding and that's helping to fuel more intense hurricanes and other extreme weather events. Macy's shares dived eighteen percent after the retailer slashed its providence sales forecast following a lackluster holiday.
How Payless Tricked Influencers into Paying More
"Business wars daily is brought to you by the podcast the growth show each week. They explore inspiring stories that get to the heart of how people grow a business an idea or movement. Stay tuned at the end of this episode here a little more about this fascinating new show. Frahm wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Hey, how much would you pay for a pair of shoes? If you didn't know what they were worth. That's the question discount shoe brand PayLess wanted to answer. And so it conducted an experiment right out of the textbooks of behavioral economists, the company created a fake luxury popup store and called it policy. They built it in a former Armani store in Los Angeles. And stocked it with PayLess products from Stella does to embellish sneakers. It had to look, right? So they added soft lighting gold mannequins and gorgeous sales people, then PayLess created a grand opening and invited internet influencers, so called fashion easter's who profit from showing off designer where on social media on the day of the big party, a long line formed outside the store inside champagne snacks and lots of self fees. The shoes whose prices normally ranged from nineteen nine. Eighty nine to thirty nine ninety nine were either marked up or left without tags. Guests were asked to bid on the shoes with no price listed some fell so hard for the stunt that one woman paid six hundred forty dollars an eighteen hundred percent markup videos recorded guests, impressions of the fake designer shoes. They call them elegant stunning in obviously made with high quality materials the shopping environment. And the online ads are the farthest cry from PayLess his actual barebones strip mall stores and branding, which usually appeal to budget minded pragmatists. And so the Gotcha moments when PayLess employees admitted to the influencers that it was all a hoax elicited shock for PayLess. Those reactions caught on video where priceless and viral, by the way, PayLess refunded shoppers money and gave them each of free. Pair of shoes while listeners might be skeptical. The. Experiment has roots in social science behavioral scientists have evidence that both language and environment dramatically change. Our perceptions of value. We happily pay more for grass fed beef on handmade buns and served on China plates than we do for McDonald's hamburger PayLess proved that often it's the environment and the language that influences to pay more in this case. Hundreds more been a product is worth and the company which has been struggling also scored a crucial point for itself. If people can't tell the difference between PayLess is nineteen ninety nine shoes and designer wear. Why not save the money? Think about that. The next time you need a new pair of stilettos. From wondering this is business wars daily. Did you know you're an influence while you are. And we'd like you to share our podcast with your friends and colleagues posted a little something online send it tweet. Whatever you do. We certainly appreciate maybe it'll go viral. Thanks. I'm David Brown. Seed them on. You know, it's never been easier to start a business, but it's never been harder to grow that business. I want to tell you about a great new podcast, call the growth show, which is created by hub spot. They make free and paid tools that help you grow your business each week on the growth show. They explored the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business an idea or a movement. You'll learn about the challenges entrepreneurs space in starting a company and you'll hear about some of the most interesting topics in business like social media marketing, the future of bots and the rise of subscription services. They also have some amazing guests on their show like Allie Weiss of glossier and Joe dessino creator of Spartan race, the growth show is chock full of great stories. Amazing guests and helpful advice. Subscribe to the growth show today on Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen.
"payless" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"So we talked about Starbucks the NFL filtering their WI fi to avoid people sitting in their facilities all day. Watching porn PayLess is also making news in kind of this retail PayLess, top fashion. Influencers a pretty big lesson about shoes by opening a fake store that sold main street shoes at Madison Avenue prices. This is pretty crazy. It was all over social media as kind of the the trick was revealed PayLess shoe source. I buy my shoes a lot. I'm not gonna lie. I'm not proud. They held a launch party in Los Angeles for a label called pay less. Sinise to sample merchandise at PayLess posted a video of what happened on Facebook VIP shoppers paid as much as six hundred and forty five dollars for shoes that cell from nineteen ninety nine to thirty nine ninety nine at PayLess, the store rang up three thousand dollars in business before PayLess actually came clean with the reveal. And they they revealed that they prayed shoppers they got their money back and they were allowed to keep the shoes. So it wasn't a bad deal for them. But the reactions are now going to be featured in a bunch of PayLess commercials. I think this is so funny because so many people frown or snarl at the idea of PayLess shoes Victorian care I've been buying PayLess shoes. Forever. And it's just I I like to have a lot of options I like to play with colors and have different looks. And so instead of paying a hundred dollars for a pair of shoes I can get two or three pairs from PayLess and have more choices. That's more important to me. You know, I I saw some of these videos and for these quote, unquote, influencers, you know, that they invited from from Instagram and Facebook and things like that. I couldn't believe that not a single one of them thought that there was something a little off about the quality. Because even if even if they're they're charging six hundred forty five dollars for a pair of heels. And okay, that's fine. Because those are designer prices which are ridiculous, but that's designer prices. But they'd have to be some sort of indication if you're really looking at a shoe, and you're really looking at the way it's made there has to be a difference between a nineteen ninety nine pair of shoes and a.
"payless" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Shit. Let's get. All right. I've heard plenty of stories over the years where fans people who like expensive wine do a blind taste tests. And it turns out that they love the fifteen dollar bottle of wine better than the two hundred dollar about a line. And it just shows us that we're snobs, and we are influenced by labels, and how much things cost. So there was a similar experiment that was recently done by PayLess shoe brand. I remember going there in like second grade to get shoes. Sorry, mom, I know they didn't fit and I lied to you because I liked them. And they were too tight. And I never wore them. So what they did. This was clever as PayLess opened up a fake pop up store, they called it policy. In Los Angeles. What they did was they invited a bunch of quote influencers. So probably people who have a certain number of followers on Instagram to come to this grand opening and they paid everybody a little bit. Because that's what happens you pay influencers money. They'll come and they'll do a bunch of social media about your product or your star. So what they did was. They stocked the store with just PayLess shoes. But all of these people thought that this was a new brand called. They took nineteen ninety nine sneakers and sold them for four hundred five hundred dollars. People went nuts. The store looked amazing day bought everything there were people who went for two nights, a total of three thousand dollars spent one person spent six hundred forty dollars for a pair of boots which was an eighteen hundred percent markup. Wow. And before they went they were like, given a bunch of materials about this and kind of hyped up about how cool this place was going to be. And then it was revealed that it was all fake, and they gave them all their money back in let them keep the shoes. But yeah, it was just another example. And you can think about even if you're someone who thinks that you would never fall for this. You do it somewhere else in your life? Like, I've realized even someone like I shop at the thrift stores much as I can I will sometimes Brian name brand when companies coming over because I think it will look better than generic even though I find it generic for myself like if I'm going to someone's house starving having a barbecue. And they asked me to bring ketchup or mustard. I would want to bring it to Nerik, but I would bring a brand new. Because I would think they would judge me. I was in Japan recently, of course, and I went into a shoe store and there were tennis shoes that were like eight hundred dollars. And so I was walking around in the people in there were super excited about these shoes. And I was kind of like, I mean, it's nice. I guess I guess they're going to cool. Would you buy one? I guess I don't get it. Like, I don't understand because there are sort of disprove distressed in like they had looked like shoe on the top is supposed to be artistic, and it was sort of a mash up low. That's like, I don't so take a shoe, and then you make it look worse. And then you throw some glitter on.
Niyanka Jopra Are Married
"Of itself. But if I can rain on their parade a little bit. It's not that the shoes look bad at PayLess. They look fine. It's that if you buy them then one day when you least expect it you'll be skipping across a puddle like Carrie Bradshaw season one when suddenly both of your high heels collapsed beneath your feet leaving you vulnerable ashamed and alone like Carrie Bradshaw season three did you ever fall asleep? Watching TBS and dream that you're the lead in five different romantic comedies. So did I and then our Anna 'Grande turned? It into the thank you next music video if you haven't seen it. Yes, you have the internet has already taken it in and metabolize it into thousands of memes that have passively entered your awareness. There was nothing. You could do your consciousness has been infiltrated by Ariana GRANDE day and her many many Whigs resistance is futile. Thank you next. Kid rock has been fired as the grand Marshall of the Nashville Christmas parade, but don't worry. I'm sure getting fired from Christmas parade wasn't item on kid rock's private bucket list right after make everyone scared you'll run for office or try to grow your hair, so long it comes to life. Specifically kid rock was fired for cursing about joy Behar on live TV now that the calamity is over the Nashville Christmas parade must go on. But instead of kid rock, the grand marshal will now be a pile of barbershop hair sweepings wearing aviator Sunglao. Asses. This just in the sunglass hair pile has now also been fired. Kid rock's replacement is now in upside down hat full of loose spaghetti smoking barbecued flavored vape juice, this parade is gonna be epic take care guys. I've Olympia Harewood, and I will catch you next time until then who recess journed the podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing fat gas. Best of all, it's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.
"payless" Discussed on AP News
"People magazine reports he married Isreaeli singer and model Danielle pick in a small ceremony in Los Angeles on Wednesday. They met in two thousand nine and got engaged last year. It's Tarantino's first marriage. The wedding comes just days after Tarantino wrapped shooting on his next movie once upon a time in Hollywood, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, and Brad Pitt and is set for release next year. Payless shoe source has played a prank by opening a fake store that sold main street shoes that Madison Avenue prices, the company held a launch party in Los Angeles for the bogus label policy and invited fashion east is to sample the merchandise palest posted a video of what happened on Facebook. The VIP shoppers paid as much as. Six hundred forty five dollars for shoes that sell from around twenty to forty dollars at PayLess store ring up three thousand dollars before PayLess came clean with the reveal the prank shoppers got their money back and were allowed to keep the shoes. The reactions will be featured in a series of commercials. German. Authorities rated deutchebanks headquarters on Thursday about one hundred and seventy police officers investigators and prosecutors swooped on the banks offices in Frankfurt seizing electronic and paper records. The investigation emerged from an analysis of documents leaked from tex- havens in recent years, including the twenty sixteen Panama papers, Frankfurt prosecutor's, spokeswoman Nanya Neeson's said the investigations trying to figure out a Deutsche Bank was helping clients setup. So called offshore companies in tax havens, specifically the investigations focused on to Deutsche Bank employees the suspects both German citizens who are accused of failing to report suspicious transactions. Even though there was sufficient evidence to have been aware of it quake damage in Alaska. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute outgoing Alaska governor Bill Walker says it will take more than a week or two to fix all the road damage caused by today's seven point. Zero quake and its aftershocks Walker who leaves office Monday says members of governor elect Mike Dunleavy staff are already involved with the earthquake response. Anchorage mayor Ethan Berkowitz says the people of his city and Alaskans in general are self sufficient folks, understand that the emergency responders are being called on to respond to real emergencies. People are doing a good job taking care of themselves. And I think that that's a reflection of who we are at our best the quake has caused extensive damage to roads highways and bridges in the Anchorage area. There are no reports of deaths or serious injuries. A spokesman for South Korea's president moon. Jae in says, President Trump told moon in meeting today at the g twenty summit in Argentina..
"payless" Discussed on AP News
"For the bogus label policy and invited fashion east is to sample the merchandise PayLess posted a video of what happened on Facebook. The VIP shoppers paid as much as six hundred forty five dollars for shoes that sell from around twenty to forty dollars at PayLess the store ring up three thousand dollars before PayLess came clean with the reveal the prank shoppers got their money back and were allowed to keep the shoes. The reactions will be featured in a series of commercials. German. Authorities raided deutchebanks headquarters on Thursday about one hundred and seventy police officers investigators and prosecutors swooped on the banks offices in Frankford seizing electronic and paper records. The investigation emerged from an analysis of documents leaked from tex- havens in recent years, including the twenty sixteen Panama papers, Frankfurt prosecutor's, spokeswoman Niessen said the investigations trying to figure out a Deutsche Bank was helping clients setup. So called offshore companies in tax havens, specifically the investigations focused on to Deutsche Bank employees the suspects. Both German citizens are accused of failing to recall the suspicious transactions. Even though there was evidence to have been aware of it. Now that former Trump lawyer Michael Collins pleaded guilty to lying to congress about a Moscow real estate deal AP, Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Has a look at what lawmakers are saying about it. The GOP Senator Lindsey Graham, a Trump supporter has no idea what it means. In terms of the president in his campaign, saying the balls in special counsel, Bob Muller's court eventually..
Payless pranks VIPs, sells discount shoes at luxury prices
"Payless shoe source has played a prank by opening a fake store that sold main street shoes that Madison Avenue prices, they company held a launch party in Los Angeles for the bogus label policy and invited fashion easter's to sample the merchandise PayLess posted a video of what happened on Facebook. The VIP shoppers paid as much as six hundred forty five dollars for shoes that sell from around twenty to forty dollars at PayLess the store ring up three thousand dollars before PayLess came clean with the reveal the prank shoppers got their money back and we're allowed to keep the shoes. Their reactions will be featured in a series
"payless" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I'm still working my way through all of them. I finally watch the one with 'em nights Schlamm limiting dog or whatever his name is. You know, the guy who made the six cents the village the more recent one that I watched was called shit. I suck my memories. Awful it the one with the guy with ten multiple personalities or whatever it was pretty gnarly glass is coming in twenty nineteen. I believe which is. You know, that's the third technically in that whole. I guess saga signs was great the lady in the water. I watched part of it. I didn't know what the fuck was going on. I bailed. It was weird split is the one I was referring to with all the multiple I now anyway, I did not expect this interview to be interesting. Not not that. I didn't expect it to be interesting. I didn't expect it to be one of my favorites. I don't know anything about him night. I figured he's a real weirdo. Just based on like, the fact that all movies kind of stick to the same sort of thriller. Crazy miss mysterious vibes and shit. I love this guy. Like on this interview. He became one of my favorite people in Hollywood. He's very likable. He's a really funny, dude. He has an extremely addictive laugh everytime. He laughs I'm smiling. And he was like he just had the best attitude about everything, and he had all this. Great insight into being a creative person into being a producer somebody who's making movies. Somebody who's making any storyteller would benefit from listening to this m night interview. I thought he did a fantastic job explaining his creative process. He kinda even he gets into some of the things you wouldn't expect like he had a series of movies in a row that were critically panned and kind of flopped he discusses that he talks about why he thinks he got off track from where he normally is in what it is that he like his typical process to get a classic. He discusses the differences between like where he was at the age of twenty three. I think when he did six cents which is fucking insane that he had all that success that early on and how his careers progress since then it's a super. Interesting conversation. I highly recommend it. If you're trying to get software weekend that might be a another way to go watch 'em night's interview with the normal Donald. Anyway, gets off this week and make sure you do it. It's very important next segment. The great PayLess shoes scandal of two thousand eighteen so I came across the story yesterday. I can't remember if somebody sent it to me, or if I if I just discovered it out of my own genius, or whatever my my internet, browsing skills, but it's fucking crazy. And it's right up. My I'll it's right up the aisle of things we talk about on this show. And it's and I brought in two experts fill in will sup names. Rhyme Bill Fillon Wilshire, oh, oh my God. Yeah, patel. You fill was actually my my big brother in my fraternity at Texas State, which is hilarious fun. Fact, you're like half, my size know, that you were my big brother. Right. We nobody knows is. But we didn't even know each other until big brother night and then fill started hazing me. And I was like who is this man that smaller than the men? I'm used to yelling at me yelling at me. Now Bill I for the record. I did not Hayes who's more humorous hazing than it. Yeah. It was we had fun. We did. Well, you had fun. I had was actually miserable for me. But you had fun. I'm sure how did and then will was here yesterday. You know will from the Sunday scary podcast. And what else what do you do? I have to are you? What are anyway, let's get in his story. So PayLess shoes PayLess shoes, it's the shittiest shoe store in the world. It's the one where poor people go to buy their shoes. No disrespect to poor people. We all need shoes. But this is it's a it's a discount shoe store. They pulled off. What I have to thank is one of the best pranks of all time. So what they did PayLess shoe source is their full name. They pranked VIP shoppers. This is a story from CBS news. So it's real it's not from like dip, spit dot com, or whatever. They does they pranked VIP shoppers into paying markups of up to eighteen hundred percent for their bargain retailer shoes as part of a viral advertising campaign designed to shift consumers perceptions of the brand.
What the Fall of Sears Means for Retail
"So Sears was struggling for a while, seven years of losses and even some of its closest competitors. As you mentioned, Macy's n. j. c. Penney what does the fall of Sears mean for their future? You know, we'll penny is very much up in the air. They are struggling. They just they just brought on a new CEO so we'll see how she does, but you know, they've. Cycled through several leaders who have not been able to turn that business around. They're not as weakest Sears. But you know if things don't improve for them, they could be not far behind in a few years and Macy's has struggled to, but they've made a lot of investments in their business and they, they seem to be turning a corner this year. We'll we'll see how that plays out with them. And in your piece, you also talk about companies that have been able to emerge from bankruptcy, although in different ways or smaller ways like PayLess shoe source. And on the other hand, we have companies like toys r. us that seem to be having a tougher time. What can you tell us about the prospects for a reemergence of Sears? You know, a lot of retailers go into bankruptcy thinking they can restructure only to find out that they, you know, it's a death knell for them, and Sears is obviously hoping it can come out smaller and more nimble, but but it raises questions if they do come out with just three hundred stores will have the scale and the buying power to really compete. I'm not really sure what their place in the. World will be when you have WalMart and target and Home Depot with hundreds and thousands of stores. And then you know a very, very scaled-down Sears what is their proposition? And of course, in addition to all those brick and mortar retailers that you mention, obviously the rise of e commerce and the continued dominance of Amazon CEO CEO Eddie Lampert. I think he really saw early on how ecommerce which change retailing and and his hope was that he could turn Sears fast enough to meet those changes. You know, he clearly was not able to do that, but you know, Amazon is a once in a generation company and they have put everybody else on the defensive trying to compete with them. So that continues to be a big challenge. And you mentioned the holiday season a little bit earlier. The Wall Street Journal has been reporting a lot on how the fall of Toys R Us and other big retailers changes the holiday shopping season. How about retailers like Sears? I mean, by the end of this year, we could potentially just have a couple hundred of them. Left. I mean, Sears still has a pretty dominant share in things like tools and appliances. So people are going to, you know, may not be as willing to buy their appliances at Sears because you know who knows about that warranty and we'll series be around in a year. So I think a lot of that market share is going to be up for grabs in apparel and some other areas. You know, I think Sears just looms much larger in the American magic nation than it does
"payless" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"She was an aunt to me. She didn't really vibe with the whole grandma situation. She usually young and funk. After self talk and you know, and she kept their youthful and stuff so, but she was my first client I ever styled. That is. Yeah, I was super tight with her and then we see your fashion icon as a kid to this day. Yeah, I'm obsessed with her. So she's kind of like a little. It's not okay, either Taylor? Yeah, Elizabeth Taylor. She was married five times. Six. Yeah. So we lost count. Yeah, but she was just like glamour. So I had like that whole sense of like style and stuff from her, and then she kind of pushed me into it and then, yeah, that's like been eleven years. I'm still doing it. I love it. You're very good designer who actually? Well, I like different ones for different reasons, but Alexander McQueen is like everything to me. I still love like the skull scarves here. If they're out of style, I want one. I just couldn't muster up three hundred dollars or whatever it is. A skulls curve will now I. Can. But like when I well now bridge, that's not what I'm piloting it, but by the way, that's not what I meant. But I meant like when I merely wanted it that was like there's no EMS spending that Madani on it, but I wanted it so bad. There's some cute. What is it a Scott? Why don't I know? I'm you low. You know this. I don't. I don't get fashions as logo. It's the skull thought it was a girl. What Alexander Alexander method of Sandra. This Mike confession. This is my confession, isn't it? No, I'm so excited to take your documentary shoes at PayLess. That's true. I shop at PayLess about, is that still PayLess as a place still killing it really? Is that more in Canada? Bogo I learned what Bogo meant. Literally it hasn't meaning buy one, get one. Free buy one, get one. It's not free. That'd be Bogo Bogo off. We just came up with the best thing ever come to our stuff. We'll give you a Bogo. PayLess gives you Bogo screw that noise we give you up. Lord of the rings care. Let me introduce to you. Bogus sounds like a hot German. Bogo von rumph. There. It is me. I'm dating both phone booth. Boga bond. Boo. My favorite was your face. I wish people could see the city like I did it. I did it. I went there. What were we saying? Grandma. Yeah, love my grandma. She got me into fashion. Yeah. Favorite designer. Okay. McLeans for it because he was like, if you haven't seen the movie, it just came out not too long couple of days. About it was excited about it? Yeah, his whole life..
"payless" Discussed on talkRADIO
"If women is happy to have a junior role and have a more flexible work life balance and that's completely fine that's her choice but i think as soon as we start stopping winning from being in the borders or i mean i know i'm sure there was sexism i'm sure there are women who big help i'm sure there's no poisoner i'm sure i'm not i'm not putting my head in the sand but i do want to give them the women who are a lot of women who've been in the financial world very high powered the amounts of them who have stepped back once they've had kids at this crucial gays and your mid thirties four when when this is when all the promotions with the big pay packets in the number of them who stepped back as of their own choice to have a better work life balance the that maybe the women are just making the right choices for them jim you're looking at me very very depressing no no i don't think there's a right and wrong answer to those because everybody's different every ocupation you say you you've got to compel light with light not different jobs is because of of sex individual people make life choices which are good for them but can distort the other thing is right and wrong in this weather is clearly unfaithfulness being operated by companies to actually unfairly deprives wages of people because of the sex or whatever that's clearly wrong rules to protect people against that so the rules needs to be applied then companies need to do better by accident somehow you've never managed to have a woman on the shortlist for top level job your company maybe doing something wrong with him we'll say maybe it's because you're actually missing out a lot of really good talent but i find is another story today on the various websites today is that the the gender pay gap is immediate for graduates are women graduates earning less than male graduates but again not comparing like with like four more men go into the highly paintings like engineering sides rates far more women going to the carry professors which payless and then the answers you're not comparing like with that ties in with gender moms you would prefer to work but this up they feel they call the.
2-year-old girl killed by falling mirror in Payless shoe store
"300 nine fbi director christopher ray is coming to boston he'll be the keynote speaker wednesday at the annual conference on cybersecurity at bc among other things he's expected to talk about what the feds are doing to stay ahead of cyber threats and the importance of private sector partners dartmouth police are appealing for help as they investigated deadly hit and run 33yearold stash of foul area of west port was struck and killed at about seven last night on state road investigators do not have a description of the vehicle which fled the scene anyone with information again asked to call dartmouth police a freak accident claimed the life of a child in a store in suburban atlanta georgia relative say the two year old girl was killed when a large mirror fell on top of her at the payless shoe store pulling through uh everybody so grieving and it's really heart we're all still in a pretty big state of shock the girl died at a hospital in the family believes the mirror wasn't secure when it fell in a statement payless is extending sympathies to the families saying it's devastated by what happened and are cooperating with investigators as florida lawmakers prepare to vote on a huge firearms bill the pressure is on to tackle gun violence on the federal level.
"payless" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Listen do you know how many guys right now that i can name that i'd dated because i met them in the workplace and then they later came out as gay it's two i'm not proud of that and it's not that i'm not proud of it that i'm just i'm embarrassed that like they didn't feel comfortable enough to turn me down for a date or not asked me out because they didn't feel comfortable enough to be out of the clause when you're saying they were aware that it was a pre existing thing and they knew they just felt bad or i'm sorry are you suggesting that i turn them is this i'm not say i'm asking i'm i'm just looking for tells of just zero caning getting this in your adnan or your ability your effect on people sexuality is at nine hundred i'm really not extend a metaphor delicious guy emma delightful firecracker and everybody has a good time but what i'm saying is these men were all they were gay they were gay nature's had not come out yet and i was there delightful good time beard at the those like a great album name like i wanted a it is camped out on that but i will say that workplaces are have you ever well you've been married like cinch or twelve so anyway it's more difficult for you when i was a middle school i broke up with a girl and i can know did things like it's not youths mean just need more time for sports blah blah blah and she was like i don't accept that and she'd like she just checkmated me and so we left and i we kept aim for like another week or two because i just i was like water would i didn't think this was an alternative half like i didn't i thought this was my choice and she's like no this is actually my choice and then she finally relented for her phenomenal woman respected i respected it i worked at a payless shoe source and one at that is one of the gentleman who later on the sexy places you worked out at one and sexy places ounce for sex ally listen you got nothing to do because you've already put the shoes back in the way they go in the bud rounded by the feet smell go on cardboard and fake leather is.
"payless" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"Free issues issue like buy one get one half off which is in curley misleading but it is a catchy phrase i didn't even know that about bogo i fog always meant buy one get one free to rip off payless lied payless slides union chapter pay less picked up it paved even less shoe outlet and i go there just like it though that cut the died code that uk dot u s by anytime you see lotta dotson entitles probably fake news next week we are going to be dark as far as the daily show we have a huge video coming up with illegal immigration that should be good in the following week we've already booked it up with some fantastic guests and we have some pretty big jihadi bond and maybe some ernie bang segments in the works so listen lived to go pretty soon here we've done three guess let me just be brutally honest with you okay this week i i'm i didn't want to be here right now i am tired and i'm i'm fed up with a lot of a lot of things particularly the news it's been a long time of taking time off the last couple of weeks have been have been pretty pretty tiring we've been denial ireland we do new york and they're just been some issues so i'm not going to lie to you there are sometimes ravenous i don't want to be i want to be doing this right now last week and i was so tired i was like an a physical but i couldn't move out borderline coma and i think i talk about this wherever i have very mild and sometimes i'll just get everything will get really source that was a component to and i get really tired but i did not want to get up and for the first time in months this last week and i slept passed nine o'clock.
"payless" Discussed on FT Alphachat
"Creation to sort of find the right use in the classic one there is the is the laser which was invented then it didn't find a use for many years later and until we should have had fiber optics uh and so we are at this point is to be kind of where we should be we have some firms that have been consistently highperformers they have been expanding which is an historical context what they should be they offer lower prices than anybody else they had been growing in terms of employment and i i guess i just don't see a problem at this point it is true that they are potential threats to low productivity companies low productivity and low pay companies and the rest of the economy but you know what that's a really good thing i can't imagine anything better than that think about what you just said i you've got these companies that pay more that charge less and that are expanding that's good and they're taking market share from companies that are less productive and payless what could be wrong with that yeah i wasn't even even talking so much about the market share as about the widening a difference between i guess the first and second place companies in what might be causing that i don't actually see wanting in between the first and second place companies what i see is a widening between the digital on the physical parts of the economy.
"payless" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Payless just filed chapter eleven PayLess chapter eleven PayLess shoe source. Yes, they are closing everything friends. They're really closing everything. Now that they're filing chapter eleven almost hold on. Let me get the stats. Oh, look at that. She reads you the tweet and doesn't click on the link because this is such new news. They aren't telling everything, but they're saying they're closing hundreds of underperforming stores and the United States and Puerto Rico. This isn't a huge surprise. We've talked about them a little bit in the past that they weren't doing. So well that they were deeply and debt, but they were trying to pull themselves out of this chapter eleven doesn't mean that they're gone for good forever. Amen. Adjust means that they have. It's a problem. They may. May be able to restructure. What do you think? Do you think this is completely over Lisa? I hope not because we're going to get uniform shoes for your kids where else do people get school shoes. Besides payless. What did you use to get because I didn't wear uniform? Did you get penny loafers or something like that? Actually, we went to this local shoe shop in town. They weren't loafers. They looked more like boat shoes. They were not flattering school. Uniforms are rarely flattering though, it's Jewish and really like I was in like seventh grade like how was I going to look. But yeah, I guess there are other look, I guess you can go to like stride, right or whatever and get comparable shoes. But at PayLess are so Ford -able and kids grow so fast, and it seems so practical so for that reason like selfishly for the school children of America. I hope that some PayLess stores remain. But I mean, they're going to have a smaller footprint, probably at least until they restructure Lisa. You might have identified a hole in the market. Is this something you want to go after making shoes for school children? Jeff innately, not your. Let's make about jobs. I'm less qualified for. I think being an astronaut and running shoe company or both of the bottom of the list for. I had to try come on. Thanks for getting the wheels turn them. But I think you need to like roll him in a different direction. Push the boss back as I know you are very flattering. But I don't know just to clarify..