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"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The world is listening. Several people are injured following a balcony collapse in Malibu. Authorities say a rented residential balcony collapsed onto a beach about 5 30 yesterday evening on West Pacific Coast Highway. Two victims were taken to hospitals with critical injuries for others were hospitalized with less serious injuries and five other people were treated at the scene. Collapses under investigation, KNBC reports the owner of the house is she rented the property to be used this weekend by up to six people, she says. Neighbors told her there were dozens of the house at the time of the balcony collapse. Comments by tech wizard Elon Musk deflates the value of a rising Cryptocurrency Reuters reports today. The value of does a coin has taken nearly a 30% drop in value overnight. The decreases being attributed to even musts comments while hosting Saturday night live last night when he said does your coin is Hustle, according to coin Geico dot com. As of the end of last month, does a coin was the world's fourth largest digital currency. That's the latest time Lisa Taylor and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. As we've been reporting the hackers who caused colonial pipeline to shut down the biggest U. S gasoline pipeline on Friday began their blitz against the company on Thursday, known as the Dark Side, We're hearing the intruders stole a large amount of data before locking computers with ransomware and demanding payment. It's the nation's largest gasoline, diesel and jet fuel system and a critical source of fuel supply for the Northeast. Elizabeth Newman is a cyber security analyst. That's really, really important that we heed these Warnings that these attacks are not going away. So it's imperative that if you were an owner, operator of critical infrastructure that you invest in your cyber security Two women and a four year old girl, believed to be innocent Bystanders were wounded in a shooting in Times Square yesterday, police say shots were fired just before five p.m. near 45th Street and Seventh Avenue. Four year old girl from Brooklyn was shot in the leg. A 23 year old tourist from Rhode Island was also shot in the leg, and the third victim is a 43 year old woman from New Jersey who was shot in the foot. Well business travel survive the pandemic. Peter Kern, vice chairman and CEO of Expedia, says there's nothing like the face to face experience. I've said all along, I think business travel will be back. I've done some interviews where I said as soon as the first salesman gets on a plane and goes and sells something that the one who stayed home didn't Gonna see everybody back zooming around the world, and I think that's basically true Current was interviewed on Bloomberg Technology. Expedia shares rose the most in three months on Friday after the online travel companies first quarter loss wasn't as severe is. Analysts had expected lots of earnings reports due in the week ahead, just a few to mention Mark Tyson Foods and Walt Disney. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. Broadcasting live.

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"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 2 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg Radio. Now a global news update. Five people are injured after getting shot at a mall in Florida Shooting happened yesterday afternoon at the Aven. Sure, um, all north of Miami. The five injured victims were hospitalized. The extent of their injuries isn't known. Police say two groups of people in the mall were arguing when shots were fired. Detectives have at least three suspects in custody for questioning. A Rhode Island woman is among the victims in yesterday's Times Square shooting, WJR and Providence says the shooting happened during an argument and injured a four year old girl who was shot in the leg. 23 year old tourist Wendy Magara net of Rhode Island was also shot in the leg. 43 year old was shot in the foot. Magara net, says she was waiting in line with family members to get into a toy store. When shots rang out. The shooter is still on the loose. The Wizards have more than just a win to celebrate. Joe Stern, with more history is made of the MBA as wizard's guard Russell Westbrook ties Oscar Robertson for most career triple doubles in Washington's one point overtime win against Indiana. The new in a conversation with with Oscar for a while, you know, just thank him because he set the stage He sacrificed a lot of things for what's work with 181 career triple doubles Chill stern reporting. Officials with NASA criticized China for a lack of planning with the return to Earth of a Chinese rocket early today, the Chinese government said the rocket came back down, with most components burning up in the atmosphere during reentry, the report says the remnant of the rocket landed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. S administrator, Bill Nelson said China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris. The group that awards the Golden Globes is facing increasing pressure to diversify Amazon studios is joining that Flix and saying they will not work with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association until a sincere and significant resolution of diversity issues is addressed. Groups are calling for changes to the demographics and ethics rules that were exposed in a Los Angeles Times story last February. There are currently no black members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I'm Lisa Taylor, one of the most critical pipelines in America is being shut down by a cyber attack. Chris Carajo with more colonial pipeline provides gas, diesel and other fuels to 45% of the East Coast. Company says it was hit by a ransomware attack Friday that forced it to shut down its 5000 mile pipeline. The pipeline goes from Texas to New Jersey with branches off it to other states. Along the way, millions of Americans are still waiting for their tax refunds as an iris backlog keeps growing. Taxpayer advocate service says the agency has 31 million returns that are waiting for manual processing. As the tax said line of May 17th approaches. That number has grown by two million since the last report by the group focused on taxpayers, writes some of those backlog returns or from 2019 and haven't been processed yet because of the pandemic. The Florida principal caught on camera paddling. A six year old will not be criminally charged. Jim Forbes has details. The incident happened at Central Elementary School. Rule on April 13th, the state attorney's office found the punishment did not cause quote. Great bodily harm. Prosecutor said the mother has a right to use corporal punishment to discipline their child. And said she consented to Melissa Carter hitting her child with the wooden paddle principal. Carter told police the child's mother asked her to spank her daughter after the girl damage a computer. However, the mom told police she was confused about the process. I'm Jim Forbes, the Los Angeles detective claims rising hip hop star pop smoke was murdered by a teenager who wanted his diamond studded Rolex. The LAPD detective testified Friday that the home intruders who stormed into the late rappers Airbnb rental in the Hollywood Hills last year sold his Rolex for $2000, The 15 year old shooter, allegedly told a cell mate and recording that he shot the rapper three times. There are four defendants in the pop smoke case, only one who is old enough to be identified. I'm Lisa Taylor and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. As we've been reporting the hackers who caused colonial pipeline to shut down the biggest U. S gasoline pipeline on Friday began their blitz against the company on Thursday. Known as the Dark side. We're hearing the intruders stole a large amount of data before locking computers with ransomware and demanding payment. It's the nation's largest gasoline, diesel and jet fuel system and a critical source of fuel supply for the Northeast. Elizabeth Newman is a cyber security analyst. That's really, really important that we heed these Warnings that these attacks are not going away. So it's imperative that if you were an owner, operator of critical infrastructure that you invest in your cyber security Two women and a four year old girl, believed to be innocent Bystanders were wounded in a shooting in Times Square yesterday, police say shots were fired just before five p.m. near 45th Street and Seventh Avenue. A four year old girl from Brooklyn was shot in the leg. A 23 year old tourist from Rhode Island was also shot in the leg, and the third victim is a 43 year old woman from New Jersey who was shot in the foot. Well business travel survive the pandemic. Peter Kern, vice chairman and CEO of Expedia, says there's nothing like the face to face experience. I've said all along, I think business travel will be back. I've done some interviews where I said as soon as the first salesman gets on a plane and goes and sells something that the one who stayed home didn't Gonna see everybody back zooming around the world, and I think that's basically true Current was interviewed on Bloomberg Technology. Expedia shares rose the most in three months on Friday after the online travel companies first quarter loss wasn't as severe is analysts had expected. Lots of earnings reports due in the week ahead. Just a few to mention Mark Tyson Foods and Walt Disney Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg..

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"peter kern" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From wondering i'm david brown and this business wars daily on this wednesday march twenty fourth cova. Vaccinations are heating up in. That means the travel industry is to last week. We brought you a story about how insurance companies are planning to profit off the forthcoming boom today. A story about the moves travel planning websites are making trip. Comparison site kayak announced recently. They're moving forward into a new space. And i mean literally a new space specifically fifty two room high-tech hotel in miami beach. The kayak miami beach is slated to open in april in partnership with hotel company. Life house but the question is why would travel company that till this point. His existed entirely online. Wanna make the move toward brick and mortar spaces. Well kayak is known for its price comparison technology but the company thinks it has more tech savviness to specifically to the hospitality. Business guests at the kayak will use kayaks apt to check in and out of the hotel. Connect with hotel staff and be notified of housekeeping and events according to business insider. If they're looking for things to do in miami beach guests can scan a qr code and access the digital guestbook full of suggestions reviews. The aim kayak says to deliver each guest quote ultra personalized stay unquote ceo. Steve hafner says he's looking at the property. As a design lab which kayak can use to develop software for independent properties that may not have access to hyatt and marriott level tech. It's been a brutal last year. For kayak has traveled skidded to a halt due to covid parent company booking holdings which also owns booking dot com and priceline laid off. Twenty five percent of its global workforce last summer. Cnbc reported and its fourth quarter. Numbers released last month showed that total revenue dropped fifty five percent in two thousand twenty. In november kayak sister company booking dot com discontinued its popular reservation and marketing platform booking sweet a move that left hoteliers scrambling to find suitable. Replacements kayak c. e. o. Hafner skiff that booking sweet quote didn't work out as well as they'd hoped but he says kayak is a smaller company then booking dot com with a different philosophy so hopes that kayak can seamlessly integrate into the hospitality. Industry are rather high hoffner said that they eventually want to offer their technology to independent tico tells for free. The miami beach hotel is justice start. Meanwhile major competitor is also dusting off a chaotic twenty. Twenty the expedia group which owns the likes of hotels. Dot com orbits and trovato revenue dropped fifty seven percent last year but ceo. Peter kern said rising vaccination were quote signs of hope unquote to keep that hope alive. The expedia group is responding to an expected surge in demand for cruises by rolling out a new suite of tech tools for cruise lines which it announced just last month. The company is also leaning into the success of short term rental company virgo which geekwire reported seeing higher revenue per room. Night than any other expedia company. So how'd you patch a big hole in a sunken travel industry. Well for travel planning sites. That's obviously the big question. And for kayak at least the answer isn't entirely some digital space but rather a nineteen thirty's art deco building in south florida from wondering this is business. Moore's daily on your host david brown written and produced by jessica. Your mosque edited by m a quarter our executive producer. Jenny lower beckmann and marshal. Louis related.

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"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pretty Gupta and Sonali Bostic. Are standing by pretty. Let's start with you one of the markets reacting to today, it's all about that tech out performance today You really saw that in a reaction to that 10 year yield. Even look at the chart behind me right from the top. U. S. And P 500, the green ones that NASDAQ out performance once again that really caught my eye. It's not just big Tak lifting the major averages. Emily, You're also singing in the semi Conductors Index once again a very broad bid for tech. Today, I do wanna flip up the boards and look at the NASDAQ 100 because, of course, we know that's an index has had a little bit of pain. But look at this on a 30 year time frame, And I'm bringing this to you because I want you to go look at it in comparison to the 1999 tech bubble. You're seeing further along that charge every good luck coming out last week and saying that this ratio the NASDAQ 100 relative to the S and P 500 is the ratio you want to watch. And this is, of course, a chart of just the former, But if you were to look at them on a comparison basis, you can see those same bubble levels being tested right now, so extremely important from a macro point of view. Also important from a macro point of view is just how electric vehicles are really reacting. Of course, that was the story of the fourth quarter of 2020. But now just look at the outperforms that you're seeing compared to the likes of Tesla, which was, of course, the original electric vehicle named entered the S and P 500. You can really see the out performance in the drive E t F that holds all of those electric vehicle makers. Relative to Tesla, which is just up 0.3% in the last few months. Shonali over to you. Pretty of course, you know, we saw those retail traders happy into Bitcoin over the weekend and Bitcoin really coming down today. Trading a little over $5600. You know, Deutsche Bank is now saying that retail traders individuals ages 25 to 34 maybe spending about 50% of their stimulus checks on retail trades. Do you do sell sea rises in Bitcoin miners and brokerages that includes riot Blockchain Marathon Digital Boyett Voyager Digital Galaxy Digital That's Mike Nova gratis firm. But you also have the reddit and mean stock Still riding up word today, send out growers of America expressed costs all of those still up on the day. We do expect more retail checks to hit. Later this week, So keep an eye on those retail trade. Emily All right, Shonali. Thanks so much. And of course, we are beating the drum towards the coin based direct listing, which were expecting in a couple of weeks. Meantime, now that the stimulus has passed, President Biden is turning his attention to tax reform as he's planning the first major tax hike since 1993 joining us now Bloomberg's Laura Davis and Laura tell us what we know. About Biden's plan. Bike plan there. It was really kind of a twofold process that they're looking at first. They want to roll back the trump tax cut very short lives back in 2017. The corporate rate came down and looking at pushing the corporate tax rate back up to around 28%. Came for upper income taxpayers. Those earning about $400,000 more kick that tax rate back up to about 40% there as well. After those have been reversed. There's more ambitious plans that they're looking at looking at things like capital gains rates so low your taxes on investment, increasing those significantly, particularly for people who make a million dollars or more looking at small business taxation, looking at the estate tax is that there's a lot of plans in the works. Nothing is set yet, but they're they're trying to figure out you know how this fits into his broader infrastructure plan and how much they need to pay for with these tax increases. This as we're heading into taxis and crunch time, Laura what's a sort of time line for something like this to actually come together and get you know both parties on side? Well, this will be definitely slower moving that we saw with the stimulus bill that just passed. This is going to take Ah, lot of time for Congress to get sorted out. You know if they're calling it an infrastructure bill, But there really were looking at infrastructure, energy policy, education policy. Health policy s. Oh, they're Democrats kind of sorting out what will be in this broader Bill Pelosi's and Humor has kind of instructed lawmakers to work with Republicans working the other side of the aisle. It's unclear yet if this will be a bipartisan bill, or this will be similar to the stimulus legislation that Democrats will ultimately decide to go it alone. So they're kind of in that initial stages right now. I expect that will see more details come out later in the spring, you know, maybe around may over the summer that the negotiations will intensify and White House and leaders in Congress are looking to pass something early fall around September time. Well, I wonder if there's something about the optics of this, you know, with the administration want the U. S and most Americans to be through the pandemic crisis. You know when they're when they're hiking taxes, at least when it comes to vaccinations and more people getting back to work. And this is kind of one of the things that still kind of being figured out. They, the White House and congressional leaders have said they won't make the taxes retroactive. They won't go back to the start of 2021, for example. But they could kick in and soon a 2022. So they're very closely watching where the economy is where consumer sentiment is, you know with taxes, you could always phase them in, so maybe only have like a slight increase in year one. Over a several year period. All of those things are still to be decided. But that's one thing that the more cautious members of the administration are a little bit concerned about of doing too much too soon on the tax run. All right. Bloomberg's Lord Davison on the tax beat for us. Thanks So much for that update. We're gonna talking a lot more about the stimulus plan, as well as President Biden's proposed tax plan with special guest throughout the week. Join us. All week. Long as we mark the one year anniversary of the U. S Shut down, we will be joined by Uber CEO Dark cause Rajshahi, the CEO of Expedia, Peter Kern, Melinda Gates, co chair of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation and CEO Pellet on John Foley just some of my guests on Bloomberg Technology this week. You don't wanna miss it. And speaking of one year since the pandemic. Next, I'll be speaking with Seattle's mayor Jenny Durkin, her insight on the critical decisions made early in the pandemic, how they paid off. Of course, you'll remember it.

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"peter kern" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"One a year of our lord. Jesus christ james cameron. Oh damn i know jaycee hazo creative one since late. It is peter. Kern was a thirty four year old nursing home Living in ohio. Okay and a nine hundred eighty one. He bought a minor league california baseball team. Okay that's just you know the these. Have the baseball. Have a track record lot a lot of stuff going on swapping d- rock-throwing firetruck chasing. There can be a lot in a basement one invented. that's right. The san jose missions were bought for sixty five thousand dollars. The san jose missions as the name of the team. That is a clunky. I already have a note for the team for the. It's called the missions. Are they going to be like as christian baseball team. No no he just bought. The is preposterous okay. I don't like it. We're the missions. It's the journeys is terrible. Name terrible day. We're the maps with zehr francisco maps so the team signed a date very quickly signed a player development contract with the montreal. Expos of major league. Baseball montreal's a team that plays in the top biggest league the pros so they have them. Yeah so they're going to now be what's known as a forum team this means. They'll help to develop young astro player. So it's like kids are just starting out or guys that are working on stuff. Yeah people aren't ready for. The expos are now part of the missions offense right so they're no longer called. They're no longer called after. They're no longer called the missions. Now they're the san jose expos look better so i'll explain how this works for their so. There's major league. Baseball teams h. Each major league. Baseball team has a bunch of lower teams playing below it where they have players. They hope are going to turn into major league baseball players. And there's three levels there's aaa there's double a. and there's a aaa the best and the down at the very bottom. There are the teams scrappers. The new kids rob players. This is the level of the san jose expos. Okay.

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"Following from the comb over 24 7 News center, former President Barack Obama on the campaign trail for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Obama is in Philadelphia, warning young African American voters to resist cynicism about politics, arguing that voters cannot give up and that voting is cool and the right thing to do. And the markets once again in limbo as lawmakers and the Trump Administration try and reach a stimulus deal will have your full market report coming up, but still no deal from the White House and the House of Representatives, although we're told that negotiations so far have been positive. Purdue Pharma and the Justice Department reached an $8 billion settlement today, maybe sees Aaron Carter Ski has more. Purdue Pharma agreed to plead guilty to three felony charges that stem from its aggressive marketing of OxyContin and other painkillers blamed for aggravating the nation's opioid crisis. The wealthy Sackler family must pay $225 million but avoided criminal charges, at least for now. Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen called the settlement of positive development. Both the company and the shareholders. Are paying a very steep price for what occurred here. But several state attorneys general said the settlement failed to hold the Sackler is properly accountable for hundreds of thousands of opioid related deaths. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York, The U. S Department of Justice is anti trust action against Google is all positive, according to the chief executive of a local tech company, almost Corwin Hate, explains. Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Expedia says he is quote very pleased to see the federal government take action. Against Google. I think it's all positive. I hope it changes behavior at Google. The DOJ suit alleges. Google uses its size and ubiquity to engage in anticompetitive behavior. Speaking at the annual G choir summit, Expedia's Kern is not saying he believes Google has harmed his company. But he hopes the DOJ suit will help create a more level playing field. Which is all we want. We have no ax to grind against Google, except that we don't think the marketplaces equitable Google and a statement is calling the suit quote. Deeply flawed. Corwin Hey, Comeau news. We've all seen what appear to be personal cars plastered with business advertising. Some people are able.

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"Murrow Award, the best newscast North Carolina today, Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris, also campaigning in the swing state and commenting on tomorrow night's presidential debate, even with the rule change to mute microphones. At times, tomorrow's debate is still expected to be fiery. Paris being asked about how Biden will handle personal attacks from President Trump, particularly the dubious attacks on Biden son Hunter. Biden knows that what the American needs a year they needed here of a conversation about how we're going to put food on American table. You know, one of the things I love about Jo, but he doesn't take on or talk about other people's kids. She said that as she left North Carolina State, she says she invited need in order to win the election. Marco I Malard. ABC News Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker urging people to stay away from a popular town this year are no Halloween events and Salem this year. Boston also shift een schools to remote learning due to an uptick in Corona virus cases. Cases now surging in 31 states. Michelle Franzen ABC News Elmo News, 1000 FM. 97 7. Good Afternoon. Come on news time, 12 31. I'm Taylor Vance Ice with our top stories from the comb over 24 7 News center. Ah local tank executive is saying Finally, as the U. S Department of Justice takes action against Google Como's Corwin Haig has more reaction to the government's anti trust lawsuit. Google routinely engages in anticompetitive behavior, according to the DOJ suit, which says the search engine powerhouse uses its size and reach. To cut off business channels for other companies, very pleased to see the government finally taking some action. This is Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Travel Portal Expedia. He tells the geek wire summit. He welcomes any attempt to hold Google accountable and we think many of their practices have not been good for us and have disadvantaged us and others like us. Google in a statement calls the suit deeply flawed. Current expects them to put up a fight. Google is what Google is until it's something different, he says. If nothing else, maybe the suit will help create a fairer marketplace, which is all we want. Corwin Hey HQ CO. Moh news. Some people who live and work in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood want the city to do something about the drug use and crime in the area. Crime is up 39% in Georgetown. But this woman who lives there thinks it's actually gotten worse than that. 39% is an understatement of the increase because so many people here have become hopeless. They're not Even reporting the crime. They know there's no point because it's not being there's. There's no consequence to that. Neighbors say they see stolen goods sold from RVs around the clock. They say it's turned their neighborhood into a crime ring. And they say they need help from the city to turn their community around. I'd like to see it improve. I believe it can approve. We just need the city to enforce its laws to Georgetown. Merchantsassociation tells me that 50 of their members have reached out to council member Tammy Morales. We also reached out, but I did not hear back almost Cara cost in its reporting, Seattle voters could be asked to raise the cost of their car tabs again, Como's Carleen Johnson explains. For years, Seattle drivers have paid more for vehicle license fees after approving a measure in 2014 attack on $60 per renewal to pay for bus service and some other transportation projects. That was set to expire at the end of this year. And with the fate of $30 tabs up in the air until last week's strike down from the state Supreme Court, the city had opted not to ask voters to renew higher tabs on the November 3rd ballot Well during a budget meeting Tuesday, Councilman Andrew Lewis suggested they waste no time in figuring out the soonest they can possibly go back to voters to get that revenue like US T maybe also at the very least discussed. A potential path forward on what some of the strategies and going back to the voters might look like. Last week, the state Supreme Court ruled 9 76 covered too many subjects, and its title they ruled was unconstitutionally deceptive and misleading. Carleen Johnson Come on news news time 12 30..

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"See in my sight here from our window at Coma Plaza, blue skies, some light puffy clouds and some very dark clouds that may contain some thunderstorms have had a few reports of power outages and we've gotten zapped here a little bit, too. It's 11 02. I'm Tom. Over the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center 489 new Covert 19 cases confirmed here in Washington. That pushes our state total of over 99,000 total infections. By comparison, the state of Oregon just recorded recording It's 40,000 virus case. 24 2 deaths in our state confirmed that brings the tally here to 2282. The streets around Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood will continue to be quiet for quite a bit longer. Now that Amazon has sold its corporate workers to keep working from home. Cuomo's Brian Calvert Widmore It's the news restaurants and stores in this part of downtown Seattle have been dreading foot. Traffic has already been down significantly since thousands of Amazon corporate workers were told to stay home. Now the company is extended W F H through the end of June, 2021. Amazon's largely blue collar warehouse employees have continued working at the company's facilities around the country and will continue to do so. That's prompting concerns about safety and stirring labor strife within the company. Employees in a New York warehouse filed another complaint this past week, saying virus safety protocols were overlooked during the company's busy Prime day, a company spokesperson said in an email. We have invested significant funds and resource is to keep those who choose to come to the office safe through physical distancing. Deep cleaning and temperature checks. Brian Calvert camo news. The US Department of Justice is anti trust action against Google is all positive, according to the chief executive of one local tech giant. Or for couples make. Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Expedia says he is quote very pleased to see the federal government take action against Google. I think it's all positive. I hope it changes behavior. Google. The DOJ suit alleges Google uses its size and ubiquity to engage in anticompetitive behavior. Speaking at the annual G Choir summit, Expedia's Kern is not saying he believes Google has harmed his company. But he hopes the DOJ suit will help create a more level playing field, which is all we want. We have no ax to grind against Google, except that we don't Think the marketplaces equitable Google and a statement is calling the suit quote. Deeply flawed. Corwin Hey, HQ, Momo News and coming up. I'm Frank Lindsay. I'll tell you why the CDC wants you to get that flu shot by Halloween. Check that traffic.

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"It only impacts the company's corporate office warehouse workers are exempt from that order. At this rate, the state of Washington will have its 100 1000th covert at 19 infection. By Friday yesterday, an additional 489 infections reported. That brings the current statewide total 99,150 local tech executives saying Finally, as the U. S Department of Justice takes action against Google almost carbon with more reaction to the government's anti trust lawsuit, Google routinely engages in anticompetitive behavior, according to the DOJ suit, which says the search engine powerhouse uses its size and reach. To cut off business channels for other companies, very pleased to see the government finally taking some action. This is Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Travel Portal Expedia. He tells the geek wire summit. He welcomes any attempt to hold Google accountable. We think many of their practices have not been good for us and have disadvantaged us and others like us. Google in a statement calls the suit deeply flawed. Current expects them to put up a fight. Google is what Google is until it's something different, he says. If nothing else, maybe the suit will help create a fairer marketplace, which is all we want. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh NEWS King Cat at King County Election headquarters in Renton. Yesterday they tested the vote sorting and counting machines comes Michelle Esteban. Talked with the election director were prepared and ready to go with overwhelming interest in voter tensions running high Just like in the 2016 presidential election, King County will have plainclothes officers at 73 ballot drop boxes on election night. Good idea. There are extremists out there it could potentially intimidate.

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"Homo News, 1000 FM, 97 7. Good morning, It's 8 31 in Seattle, with mostly cloudy skies and occasional glimpse at some sun and its 48 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time Manda Factor here. The top stories from the come over 24 7 News Center. We start with the latest numbers and another 489 cases of Kobe 19 have been confirmed here in Washington in the last 24 hours were closing in on the 100,000 mark, perhaps by the end of the week. Grocery workers are on the front line, just like medical workers and without their services from you couldn't feed your family was Brian Calvert has more on how the pandemics, making them rethink their career choice the last few months of his long career. Were the worst for a cashier. Ah, grocery Stocker or anybody at that level for especially in the grocery industry. It's just a really, really stressful time. Jerome start just retired as a checker at a Spokane for admire, he tells K R E M Use the wrath of having to wear a mass is being Taken out on the wrong people. They're just following the rules guarantee you. Some of them don't like wearing a mask. Look, he knows you're frustrated, but he's only doing his job, You know, Don't kill the messenger. His plea. Just keep all this in mind. The next time you go to the grocery store, it's hard enough pulling extra shifts to keep these stores open and it gets stressful. The moment you become confrontation, it's not taking away a freedom. You have choices to get groceries. Other ways. We have a pickup service that's easily done. You just sit in your car and we'll bring it to you and put it in. Brian Calvert Camo News Amazon has announced tens of thousands of its employees can continue working from home until next summer. While this may be good news for the company's worker's restaurants and stores in Seattle, south like Union neighborhood are already suffering from a lack of foot traffic generated by the giant company. I work from home policies now extended through June 30th of next year. It only impacts the company's corporate office warehouse workers are exempt. Local tech executive is reacting to the word from yesterday that the U. S. Justice Department is taking action against Google by saying the word Finally, Komal scored. One take has more reaction to the government's anti trust lawsuit. Google routinely engages in anticompetitive behavior, according to the DOJ suit, which says the search engine powerhouse uses its size and reach to cut off business channels for other companies. Very pleased to see the government finally taking some action. This is Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Travel Portal Expedia. He tells the geek wire summit. He welcomes any attempt to hold Google accountable. We think many of their practices have not been good for us and have disadvantaged us and others like us. Google in a statement calls the suit deeply flawed. Current expects them to put up a fight. Google is what Google is until it's something different, he says. If nothing else, maybe the suit will help create a fairer marketplace, which is all we want. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh News County is offering more details of plans to elevate to Rhodes. Your sultan to guard against future flooding. Charlie Green is designed manager for county public works Sickle of these projects at these locations is to raise the road.

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"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KOMO

"Have invested significant funds and resource is to keep those who choose to come to the office safe through physical distancing deep cleaning and temperature checks. Brian Calvert camo News Come on news time 5 33. The U. S Department of Justice is anti trust action against Google is all positive, according to the chief executive of one local tech giant from Cuomo's court, when hate. Peter Kern, chief executive of Seattle based Expedia says he is quote very pleased to see the federal government take action against Google. Think it's all positive. I hope it changes behavior. Google. The DOJ suit alleges Google uses its size and ubiquity to engage in anticompetitive behavior. Speaking at the annual G choir summit, Expedia's Kern is not saying he believes Google has harmed his company. But he hopes the DOJ suit will help create a more level playing field, which is all we want. We have no ax to grind against Google, except that we don't think the marketplaces equitable Google and a statement is calling the suit quote deeply flawed. Korwin. Hey, HQ. Momo News. We told you earlier this week, Snohomish County might spend millions of dollars to elevate some flood prone roadways in now, the public is waiting in during a virtual meeting. Some asked about flood mitigation projects, not on the agenda east of Ace that Creek. There's an area that also floods have you looked at that as faras improvement. Is there any plan for dredging the creeped out who allow water to flow through that better instead of flooding our land. The proposal calls for elevating parts of two roads near Sultan, where the sky Komische River tends to overflow. Snohomish County Public Works Department says a state grant could cover some of the $5 million cost homeowners time. 5 34 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force. Unless checking again with Keira Jordan. We still don't have any blood. Fucking problems that are being reported. We'll find our minor slowdown south on I five the offering to the Boeing.

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With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

Business Wars Daily

03:49 min | 1 year ago

With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

"How does a little holiday in the Scottish highlands sound lovely? Even during this lockdown plenty of people thought so and reserve properties for rent on the global travel website booking dot com in fact so many tourists continue to putter about the Scottish countryside that it alarmed the locals like rural residents all over they feared travelers might bring Kobe. Nineteen with them at overwhelmed. Small hospitals and so in Blackford. The areas presumably exasperated member of parliament asked booking dot com to quit offering reservations for the bucolic countryside. Finally last week the giant travel company complied. Now you can't get a reservation at a cottage in the Scottish highlands until may ninth or later at least not on booking dot com so reports the Scottish newspaper the National. So why am I telling you this? Little story well because it offers a small taste of the big problems facing the travel industry like so many other industries. Covert nineteen is upended everyone in the travel business from tiny. Bnb's to the largest players that's especially true of booking dot coms biggest rival expedia travel and its parent company. Expedia group in addition to owning. Its namesake reservation site. Expedia group owns other household. Names including travelocity ORBITZ HOTELS DOT COM B. R. B. O. And home away just to name a few the multibillion dollar travel conglomerate however is far less steady than it had appeared to be back in December it ousted. Ceo REPORTEDLY DUE TO DISAGREEMENTS WITH CHAIRMAN. Buried diller and the board over Corporate Strategy Diller who also runs entertainment giant. I A C took over day to day responsibilities along with board vice-chair Peter Kern in February prior to the couvert nineteen onslaught in the US. The company announced what it called disappointing twenty nineteen earnings. It announced plans to lay off three thousand people or about twelve percent of its workforce at the time diller called the company's Sclerotic in bloated sclerotic by the way means rigid or slow to change. Not exactly a compliment. He planned to streamline the business which he believed had become too large and complex by the end of February. The company had put plans in place to save three hundred to five hundred million expenses annually and then the virus which had already been wreaking havoc globally hit the US hard. The effect on the travel industry is beyond devastating the US Travel Association estimates losses of more than five hundred billion dollars in direct travel spending. That's nine times worse than the impact on the travel industry after nine eleven according to Forbes sadly the travel association predicts more than eight million. Us travel industry workers will have lost their jobs by the end of this month. And if the pandemic is devastating most businesses those with fragile foundations like expedia are scrambling to ensure they'll survive last week. Expedia received a promise of a rescue package to private equity firms Apollo global management and silverlake are buying a stake in the company for one point. Two billion dollars that alone however may not be enough to help it withstand the travel slump. So expedia is also borrowing another two billion dollars to give it more liquidity. The company says along with announcing the deal expedia also named Peter Kern as CEO observers say. Kern who has roots in private equity will be well suited to the moment meaning. He'll be comfortable cutting jobs and expenses. The big question of course is not just who will survive. But who will thrive after the pandemic crisis abates and investment in a travel business? Even at CEO prices could be seen as a positive sign. Long-term read Raymond a partner at Apollo Management said in a statement. Expedient is a world class company with an unparalleled collection of online travel brands. He added that the firm which will take a seat on expedience. Board looks forward to collaborating on expedia growth and innovation

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"peter kern" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"peter kern" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"What are you save forty three percent todd? I'm like wow. That's not bad. I was thinking I was Gonna be like ninety percent. You're exactly right. They made the point. Things were actually going well at the beginning of the quarter. Second Quarter is going to be much much worse than that. Yes I mean that company is in. May can't think of a maybe a tougher situation because in addition to this reorganization that they were going through right before this many people in the Seattle area now they also just spent massive amounts of money to take over this beautiful waterfront campus on the western part of Seattle and that alone is just this massive expense that they do not need on their books at this time. So you combine the reorganization the massive office expansion. Which you know. They spent several hundreds of millions of dollars on and the just the overall travel industry and they are. I would not want to be in their shoes right now. It's certainly turnaround story I think Barry Diller and Peter Kern can turn this thing around. I think they'll have a hell of a story to tell to your point John. One of the footnotes in the financial filings that I was looking at said that expedia will temporarily halt construction on most real estate projects including the company's headquarters and will consider quote further opportunities to differ other capital expenditures. That are not critical to our operations. I know they had additional expansion plans at the interbay campus. But I mean it had largely been retrofitted and I mean they. They have moved in there. I mean it's not like you know in. This is the weird thing about this and I know we're going to get into this where we have my my Richter scale on company. This the timing of this can hit companies in very different ways like if you just raised a big round of capital in December of venture backed startup. Like you're probably in okay shape but if if you raise that capital eighteen months ago and then now you're you're just going into your next funding cycle and you just took on a giant lease at some new office space. You're kind of screwed. Well speaking of Expedia they fall in an interesting place on this Richter scale. The scale that we've been talking about we're GONNA get into that coming up after the.

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"peter kern" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"peter kern" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Hey you're alive. You're back living the life here in the basement shower in the PJ's days of equal everybody. Welcome to Geekwire. I'm geekwire editor. Todd Bishop I'm GEEKWIRE CO founder. John Cook. It's funny about five minutes before we started recording here. My neighbor decided that it was time nine in the morning to start mowing his lawn. So it's just part of life life in the pandemic right yeah. I'm sure there'll be a dog barking. A kid yelling or a vacuum going at some point on my end or it so we are coming to you from geekwire in Seattle from our respective homes where we get the report each day on. What's happening around us in Tech Science and Innovation? What happens here matters everywhere as we like to say. And every week on the show we get to talk about some of the biggest and most interesting stories. We've been covering coming up this week roaring back not so fast. Bill Gates offers a pragmatic. Take on life. After lockdown expedia group shakes up. Its business again and speaking of shaking things up we will offer our own Richter scale of sorts or maybe we can call it the cook scale since you came up with this John. But we'RE GONNA UNDERSTAND HOW. The pandemic is stirring some companies to greatness and shaking others to their core. How do you like that? Sounds great excited to hear this? Plus highlights from a Geekwire Webinar with two veteran technology and business leaders in the Seattle Area. Talking about pivoting a business during a pandemic and why the best way to do it. Well in the long run might be an approach. That wouldn't have seemed quite right before. So that's all coming up this week but John. I wanted to start with Bill Gates. He's kind of become the the voice of the pandemic in some ways or at least the voice of reason in the Pandemic Bill Gates and Dr Faucher. Up to folks that are probably at least in. My view are providing the most inciteful information as it relates to navigating this dangerous situation. This Week Bill Gates came out with a new blog post. It was about sixty three hundred words. I put it into Microsoft word to figure out exactly how long it was. It was as I would describe it. Starkly pragmatic it was certainly a contrast with some of the rhetoric. That's been coming out of the White House in terms of our prospects for returning quickly from the lockdowns and shelter in place orders that we've all been under for in many cases more than a month now John. I was actually on the phone quoting this to you this week because I think it does have implications for everybody. Bill Gates said they were very much going to be doing this. Gradually this is not going to be a boom. We're back in business moment when we get out of the lockdown and there are a couple of quotes. That really stuck out to me. He said picture restaurants that only seat people at every other table and airplanes where every middle seat is empty. Schools are open. But you can't fill a stadium with seventy thousand people. People are working some and spending some money but not as much as they were before the pandemic in short times or abnormal. But not as have normal during the first phase which we're in now and then lastly like big picture. He said if in the spring of two thousand twenty one people are going to public events like a game or concert in a stadium. It will be because we have a miraculous treatment that made people feel confident about going out again and he went on to explain that. That miracle is unlikely to happen. That it's probably going to take longer than a year for us to get back to any sense of normality. How are you feeling about this at this point John? And and do you take comfort in the pragmatism there or do you get frustrated with the amount of time that it's going to take on my feeling about. I'm not feeling good. Certainly but if you believe in science and rational thought and how you have to think about a crisis like this I think you can only put faith in weight behind. What experts have to say about where we're headed? I've also been listening to the daily podcast from the New York Times and have really enjoyed. They're listening to their science reporter. Who's been kind of on the mark on this from the very early stages of it and kind of echoing very much along the same lines of what Bill Gates has been saying the other thing. That's just scary about this from his reporting when you think about what you need need either need Mike wide-scale testing so everybody knows whether they've been exposed or not allowing you to go back in interact with society or you need a vaccine and vaccine as I have learned is very hopeful to even get that created within the next eighteen months the fastest vaccine ever created was the mumps vaccine created in about four years. So there is a scenario here were even eighteen. Months is extremely optimistic thinking and so that is where it gets pretty scary and pressing that this is not only a eighteen months problem Potentially afford a five year problem there certainly have been very many advances and technology in terms of potentially speeding up a vaccine that would combat cove in nineteen. But there's no guarantee either. It's it's completely unknown. So it's that's what gives me a lot of pauses. Just the uncertainty around all of it in that uncertainty was apparent in bill. Gates's blog post to your point. John he said it could be two years. It could be eighteen months. He actually cited the possibility of a potentially being as little as nine months but even if they did create a vaccine nine months at least from my understanding and my reading of the situation. It doesn't seem like we're putting in the manufacturing capacity to even get to the point that they could produce it at a wide enough scale that if you needed one or two shots of it that they could get six hundred million doses of it out just in this country alone. So it's you know I think there's GonNa be a supply chain bottleneck as it relates to even if the vaccine is created miraculously in a short period of time and based on what I've seen as it relates to how we've been able to roll out testing. I don't give a lot of. I don't have a lot of hope that we can quickly roll out vaccine across the country by the way. I've been listening to the daily as well as the New York Times podcast and the Science and health report that you referenced was Donald G McNeil Junior. He's been remarkable in his ability to predict not just predict but to get clear sense for what's ahead based on the science and I think that to me is one of the biggest takeaways here. Is that if ever? There was a time to to tune out the politics to look to people who are dealing with actual epidemiological data and experience. Now is it. And that's one of the reasons. Why when Bill Gates comes out with a sixty three hundred word memo? I'm diving into it and trying to understand it not only to report on it but to really get a sense for where we're headed. Yeah tied another thing. I don't know if you were falling the slack thread last night but I was on with. Taylor soper are managing editor. Because I finally got caught up to another plug I know. We've plugged the daily as a podcast. But you know I've been a huge fan of the PBS frontline documentary series for many years. Will this week. They're they're episode was on was called a tale of two Washington's and it was this contrast between Washington state and the reaction to Kobe. Nineteen and Washington. Dc At it is absolutely fascinating and pretty shocking and frankly it made me proud to be arrested in Washington State I think this has been a very complex and tough situation across the board and certainly things could have been done sooner or better but I have a newfound confidence in how governor is in sleep. Mark Durkan Can County Executive Dow. Constantine have at least stepped up to use science and facts to try to drive decision making here and I highly recommend it and it's worth a worth a watch by all of our listeners out there you know it's interesting. I had not caught up without at all. This is actually a story. I think Taylor and I were just supposed to the story on that. Perhaps it sounds like what you're saying. Is that the Seattle process has been replaced with some level of Seattle pragmatism. Is that fair? There's there's been decent coordination decent reaction to the situation. And you know also providence. Health comes off looking very good in terms of how they were prepared how they had pandemic plan in place There was a doctor at Providence. Who responded to the first patient coming in the precautions? They took and how they responded. Responded to that was just exemplary and Kind of a playbook on how you react to append situation or somebody coming in with with a virus such as this and so really interesting comments from doctors. Patty Murray than their PA other politicians pretty pretty interesting reporting. I can't wait to watch it. Sounds Great On the topic of looking back at things that were happening a few months ago and then putting them in the context of what we now know has happened since Expedia was another fascinating story. That we've been tracking. They're a couple a couple of these companies in the Seattle area. That I've been thinking about expedia and Boeing and you are both of these companies. Were already like extremely rocky? Crazy lay on Boeing because of the the seven three seven Max problems and expedient because it had this wild management shake-up what happened last fall or December in December. And so they were already messed up and then you throw on top of it. They're both travel related organizations and so I said to a friend the other day. There's a scenario. Here where Boeing and Expedia just don't exist current form anymore. Now I know Boeing of course is their duopoly with Airbus. So it's the the. Us Government Not GonNa let Boeing I mean they probably truly are too big to fail. But it's not gonNA potentially not gonNA look anything like the Belene of of all the same with expedia. Yeah the the important qualifier on what she said there at the beginning is in their current form. And I think that is a potential with Boeing. Although as you say you've got to have planes right and that to some extent is what Barry diller expedient chairman has been coming back to As a fallback in his discussions of where that company is going and to your point they ousted the CEO and the CFO in December and really kind of started to take this company in a different direction. Much more Leaner Direction Berry. Diller's the former paramount pictures chairman and a longtime media mogul instrumental in the Fox network. And he has been a key shareholder in Expedia for years and has basically been taking a lead role in running this company day to day since the ouster of Marco Stroman and their CFO last year the CEO Mark Orchestra. N- The EXPEDIA. Cfo Year. This past week. They announced that they've raised an additional three point. Two billion dollars in debt and equity. They've named one of their longtime board members. Peter Kern as their new CEO. They announced additional cutbacks and salary reductions. And they said that. They've seen their gross bookings. Now gross bookings are not revenue. But they're this. Broad measure of how much money is flowing through the expedia platform people book hotels and planes and you know other types of travel and that's fallen as much as forty three percent since the first quarter last year that also includes the first quarter that includes January February. Yes doesn't even include probably the real heartache. What are you save forty three percent todd? I'm like wow. That's not bad. I was thinking I was Gonna be like ninety percent. You're exactly right. They made the point. Things were actually going well at the beginning of the quarter..

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"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Expedia names Peter Kern CEO and it's raising about three point two billion dollars of new capital and union Pacific seas freight volume down twenty five percent this quarter and that's a Bloomberg business slash Tom Donnelly said thank you thank you very much turning our attention now to Washington DC and the debate over immigration the president Donald Trump signed a good executive order just yesterday to temporarily curb the issuing of new green cards for would be permanent residence in the United States and Tom with the labor market heading the way it is I imagine this is just the beginning I would suggest the professionals I speak to on this Sir absolutely stunned at the action they don't have a strong opinion about it you know the actual receipt an ex couple weeks but they are stunned by the actioner totally rejoins us with Eurasia group to cover the territory here John just very simply our immigration and the president's desire here over six zero sixty days how many American jobs will he protect in that time very few minutes I think this is not necessarily about protecting jobs immediately I think it is more about setting up a dynamic and setting up the immigration issue to create a contrast with Joe Biden for the election in the fall immigration basically shut down the country the pharmacy the the applications are not processing green cards there's a connection here for temporary workers they didn't cover the H. one B. program on this a lot this order doesn't do it only for sixty days so the end of the sixty days okay yeah they got a look at it again play we can extend that service worth fighting for so that's where we are sixty one days out what would you suggest happens I think that they're probably gonna extend this I think that the president if you look at the groups that typically a support integration restrictions making arm on the president's announcement but I think the president also has a business constituency think about folks who need these immigrant workers and rely on them especially agricultural sector but I can accept this is red meat for the clinical case you've got to think that they're going to find a way to make this last longer than sixty days after that John weaver I'm sorry we live in this every day they they accepted medical workers agricultural workers in radio presenters from I think it's just great how they did that I think the full transparency just so the audience does not this is a process I'm going through so I won't be offering a judgment on this particular policy just as an observation though John you can see how this is going to be a huge focal point ahead of twenty twenty little bit later this morning we'll have an extra four point five million dollar jobless claims four point five million jobless claims according to the estimate that would take us to near twenty five million in five weeks this is gonna be a big debate and I just want to jump from your perspective because you've got to read the political tea leaves this is how the president is setting himself up for November does he manage to bring the left with him to the left come in on this topic or to make a further the other white I think if you look at Joe Biden's immigration plan it's automatic programs in the region plan but even more let me think that you've got the possibility of I would love for you and if people workers that are here the possibility of more workers coming into the plan so I think that we're the Democratic Party is certainly far left the president trump but you're right this is a sensitive issue and the human Gration is gonna be politically charged so I think the president doesn't did did we understand this is an issue that affects his daughter and you know they're fighting over the same voters in a couple of key battleground state in November so too but but we're Democratic Party is not where president trump is that they're gonna have to oppose this we'll find some you know cater question sensible policies that would allow immigrants coming we're needing or something like that John I was struck as I was researching this issue last night I was struck by the push back the president trump is getting out within the further right parts of the Republican Party basically saying this doesn't go far enough by any stretch of the imagination but if it is going to be extended it would have to be increased at all of the exemptions render it basically toothless how moderate is this on some levels within the framework of the Republican range of president trump I mean the reality is that the greatest carer if you don't like immigration the best cure for too many immigrants your country is what draws people to this country so you're gonna see integration numbers dropped dramatically throughout the course this year at the job market collapses while moderate extremists opposed to living in it you know we we don't usually banned green card after people so I think it's a fairly extreme but it's not nearly as far as some of his kind of principle organized supporters want to see which is why I think they're going down the road yeah this all came together pretty fast over the course of forty eight hours you may see this expanded in consultations with business leaders and heavily affected groups and of course the trump campaign I certainly think it's so much easier Richard today on this important political issue just because of time SPC John I think we have to swing back to claims this is the number of the week it is the litmus paper if you will for where is this nation economically frankly it falls into the immigration debate is well claims accountable one thing they are but to Lisa's point it's been pretty difficult to understand whether accurately reflects the pain people coming through right now because of process issues I'm processing the recipe leaflet set out that that might be it has been slow down perhaps in California more size and for that reason the perhaps five six million a week is the absolute Max but doesn't capture the potential of how high these claims could god that's reason why I'm curious to see how much claims are going to meet expectations or exceed them as Bloomberg intelligence's expects because if we get that five and a half million claims number are we basically just looking at an uncountable flood of unemployment that's just hitting up against the processing restraints and and that to me is a really key question do do we all agree that the song hear from experts is thirty million is where we're heading isn't this a one off of my opinion on that but given the direction of travel we got three right now the short yourself to understand these very very difficult to gauge week to week whether this is just to give you a decent rate on that three million is the low estimate add to this claim sprint and most six million is the height that is a pretty large spread just think about that what we were doing on claims before all of this to in two thousand two hundred fifty dollar were up to eighteen thousand now now we're talking about three million spread between the law when the high estimate will send a ticket because the lack of understanding of what we're up against I mean if you think about a company like hertz rental cars it seemed fairly solvent earlier this year within the span of less than two months now looks like it's on the brink of bankruptcy if you look at bond prices images shows the reversal in fortunes how quickly how unexpected the model that in a big way correct don replied that he can always just run to get to me saying that there is a case where people are getting rejected then reapplying so potentially double counting coins as well to catch up with help later this week and some of the words me the claims number up.

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"peter kern" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"peter kern" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

"Wall Street Journal listeners. Come from all walks of life and business and no matter what type of business urine eighty P is here to help you achieve what you're working king for with. HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people learn more at design. Don ADP DOT COM. I'm Jr whalen and the newsroom of the Wall Street Journal in New York President. Trump said he planned to depart the NATO summit in the UK early after after a hot mic video emerged of a group of world leaders apparently making comments about trump with him present. The video captures world leaders. Chiding French President Emmanuel Annual Macron for being late macron had come from a meeting with trump who had held a lengthy press conference with reporters earlier in the day before he departs for Washington. Trump said he would meet with leaders of Denmark and Italy as well as with other NATO members about contributing to defense spending in Washington. Republicans and Democrats clashed at the Judiciary Committee. Committee's first impeachment hearing on Wednesday the committee. Here's from four law professors today to help determine whether the allegations that president trump asked Ukraine to initiate gate investigations that could benefit him politically constitute grounds for impeachment. EXPEDIA group CEO Mark Ochre strum and chief financial officer. Allan Pickerel have resigned after clashing with the company board over the online travel companies direction. Chairman Barry diller said the reorganization plan that expedia launched earlier. This year resulted in a loss of focus on current operations which he blamed for disappointing third quarter results and lackluster. near-term outlook diller vice chairman chairman. Peter Kern will manage day to day operations while the board determines the long-term leadership of the company. We wore details on these stories and other news of the day at Wsj.com and the W._S._J. APP..

"peter kern" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"peter kern" Discussed on Probably Science

"He was playing all that. Pretty good, right? So you could you really feel you hear the pig improve as a musician over the course of the album, but then by the by by July. He's gone. He's lost it. He's been another pay and he's doesn't work in any comfortable got into asset. He made a pig. Exactly. And by the end is just useless. So they. But if you like electronic, and you and you want to and then the Mitchell the remix of that is of dynamite because it's like hard court trance techno with the pig noises in it interesting if you like animal, by the way, just to plug it. One of my favorite albums have been listened to recently, it's called pod. Tune and it's the first wail and set Ian called collaboration album, and it's they asked they asked all these electron IKA art house Electronica sound designers to take WALE song wills wills. Well, singing, a nineteen our cycle. Well songs nineteen hours and they've recorded them and the cycle repeats and each pod has its own song can find each other. So you can the whales will know, even if it's from like like a hundred miles away, it's a similar it's from because they have the similar wail cycle. So these guys these nineteen our well cycles and wrote smelly Tronc around it. And it's Wales. Singing with with Uman's doing the back beats put awesome. I looked up one pig on pitchfork because I was curious what they have about eight point. Oh, yeah. Or Matthew Herbert's renowned? I went to see David Byrne to talk David Byrne wrote a book about sound which scientific actually you could put that Google that up because that's a really interesting idea. He did talk at at the Mayfair occurs on in London, and Matthew Herbert was him in Matthew Herbert and conversation. And I I think Peter Kern was the was the what do you call it judicata? What do you call it when Monterey moderator? There was a Q and A at people Cuban people are queuing is just rubbish right because there's really interesting really interesting conversation going on about about about sound music and sound then go kill question. The nineteen seventy heads. No read a book. It's already every book ever been written about them has the answer that question. I wanna listen to Matthew Herbert who's recorded pig. For a living. I six question of take the last five parts off, Mike. Yeah. They always do that thing where they just give mouth saying, they're not they just they they do a little Ted talk on what they know about the subject. And then they put a question Mark at the end. Yeah. So they can show the audience as they know about maybe even if you're lucky you got the question in the end, it's LA LA, Hugh, and as we've all sat through them. And yet after I left yesterday, we saw screening did they do, you know, what they only went to a couple of questions, and they were actually good they were reasonable. But but also that moderator is a good one like she's cannery hook questions of good and she's good at keeping control of the audience. But yeah, the L A. The the real stereotypical LA one is like so I find when I'm acting high, and then it just a three minute speech, and at the end of it, the moderate to go, so your and your question is, I know you agree. You should see when I do like my standing my my ups and the questions people ask like. Like. Could you just move? Kids stand at the back. Please. I hate amateur standards. It's a it's the can't deal with with their weight. Very well. Yes, you're going with this. Well, we talked about quite so you gotta have standards does going to go into. Okay, correction corrections and clarifications as well as questions and a buddy are Australian, buddy. Michael Smout messaged an episode three fourteen to episodes ago when we're talking about no uprise. I brought up the myth that Lim. Franklin was roped of a Nobel for the discovery of DNA. But it's often thought she should have been recipients while she was definitely a lot more attribution them given the time. She died in nineteen fifty eight four years before the Nobel was awarded in sixty two. And as you know today, not awarded off death. There's no posthumous Nobel prizes..

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"peter kern" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"peter kern" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Listen i wanna both of your argument and say you know i'm a garang fan but i don't like what he did um the reasoning of one game i believe is because the nfl knows the game that's coming up shortly against pittsburgh right but they also have monday night football is this i know the pittsburgh new england game is a bigger deal but monday night football was now is nothing generally to sneeze at it's not the same thing as steelers patriots but london a football still monday night football no ground cow skis there i again maybe on dead wrong but if gone caosc ski had had a history of doing this he wouldn't have been suspended only one game ari green curry don't warner ruin there uh recruit agree game lake cook were boss and until which i'm like oh yeah yeah yeah i'm yeah now he writes i re but so so the growing caskey suspension in your eyes is just an nfl basically pulling the plug in making sure it protects the product i i mean i do understand that i don't necessarily agree with it but i do understand it i do wonder if the nfl is in cahoots with all the tv partners and all the i may i mean they have to be to some degree there has to be some common sense hey you know what we've got this really big game coming up everybody is going to be talking about it we can't have one of our superstars out i'm not saying this is the sole reason robert yeah corker i have to warn the year where peter kern are already and.

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